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N. Mittal’s Dorm Room-Based Workspace in Bombay

The workspaces we see in Circuit Cellar are fascinating. The engineers who open up their rooms, garages, and cellar’s normally have a lot of equipment and sufficient access to components and facilities. But what about an Indian university student’s workspace? Wisse Hettinga recently visited with Nishant Mittal, a student at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT Bombay). Mittal discussed his small workspace space in his dorm room, as well as his plans for the future.


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N. Mittal’s Dorm Room-Based Workspace in Bombay

by Circuit Cellar Staff time to read: <1 min