In a city of coaching centers known to train India’s finest collegiate minds, an earnest but unexceptional student and his friends navigate campus life.
Should one keep pursuing an existing decent-enough product or should one bear the additional cost to pursue the best quality possible. And what if a complete overhaul is required to enforce the change?
JEE results send Kota into celebration mode and give Vaibhav, Meena and Uday glimpses into their own futures, but the occasion comes with sad truths.
Every process faces initial glitches. But are these just teething issues or systemic problems. Will the gears align, Will the process streamline?
Jeetu searches for staff for his institute, making some reluctant choices along the way. Filled with self-doubt, Vartika evades practice tests at Aimers.
With their new classes off to a bleak start, Vaibhav and his peers question the value of the IIT dream and seek inspiration from a trusted source.
There may be several paths to manufacture a product. But are the processes followed utilizing the resources optimally? Is the path followed that of least resistance?
When a bout of jaundice slows Vaibhav down in his studying, Jeetu insists he calls his only hope to get well quickly: his mother.
Raw material enters the factory but what will he come out as - finished product or a disposable waste.
Struggling with Physics, Vaibhav attempts to bend the rules to attend Jeetu’s classes. Meena frets that teenage hormones will get the best of him.
Factories are often shut to allow for ‘Lubrication and Maintenance’. Is this mere vanity or a ‘necessary evil’.