Each volume of Pulse consists of a dedicated Editorial Panel who work on the editorial vision of the journal, shortlisting and editing the content for the volume, and ensuring the core ideas of the theme come through! 
This first volume’s Editorial Panel consists of four lovely and extremely talented college students - get to know them below!

Anjali Melinda Varghese

Anjali is a Communications Studies student at Mount Carmel College. A lover of poems, films and letters— she wants to write and continue experimenting with various forms. She believes in the need to remain curious, kind and passionate about stories. When not reading or making delightfully strange films with her peers, you can find her creeping on bugs, drinking chai or making weird clay creatures. 

Aryan Gulati

Meet Aryan, a content enthusiast who thrives on juggling multiple projects at once. Whether crafting words that resonate deeply, creating art that reflects intricate human experiences, or engaging in endless discussions about favorite books, they're here for it all.
Jane Caryn Thomas
Jane is a student majoring in Journalism, Psychology, and English at CHRIST (Deemed to be University). She is a tea-addicted writer who loves the art of storytelling in all its different forms. When she doesn’t have her nose in a book, Jane is watching movies, baking, or playing her guitar.

Nandini Chakravorty

Nandini is a student of Communications Studies at Mount Carmel College. She is an aspiring filmmaker and writer. In her natural state, you would find her crying to some really sad and sappy film, or having a heart to heart with cats. With a perpetually growing reading list, she loves listening to and telling stories. Her notes app is just a bunch of poetry saved for different occasions, and half-attempts of her own. 

We would love to have you on board for our next Editorial Panel - keep an eye out for the Panel Application for Pulse Vol. II here.

MAP, Bengaluru

MAP’s mission is to democratise art, making it as fun and relatable to everyone as possible! We hope to change the perception of museums and art by making our museum a melting pot of ideas, stories and cultural exchange.

Crafted as part of the MAP’s youth engagement initiatives, Pulse serves as a platform for young voices. An independent space for young adults to share their creative work and practice.