Following are the 11 members of the Student Editorial Board headed by Ankita Das:


Ankita Das (aka Tania Das) completed her schooling from Jamshedpur (Carmel Junior College and DAV Public School, Bistupur) and is currently pursuing her Bachelor’s degree in Statistics with additional subjects including Mathematics and Economics from Banaras Hindu University (BHU Main Campus). She has worked as an intern with author, screenwriter and columnist Advaita Kala, and has worked on translation, article writing, research, editing and interviewing. She has won university level and national level poetry recitation contests, and is also working on her own YouTube channel on the same as a part of a passion project.


Airene Ganguly likes to describe herself as an ink addict, consuming stories and plots concerning both real and fictitious people and worlds. She is a vocal feminist and likes to use reason over adrenaline to prove a point. While her official education continues in the field of Political Science at Dyal Singh College, University of Delhi, her love for language and literature surpasses every other addiction (except for coffee). Her go to principle in life is the belief that it is way more important how you say something rather than what you say.


Pratham Singh is a B.A. LL.B. student at NUSRL, Ranchi. He is here to accelerate legal reform in India and help in the progression of law in the country. Aiming higher and higher everyday, he wants to be part of the growth of TAY and make it one of the finest in the world. A lover of thriller books, basketball and good music, he loves to spend time with his exceptional colleagues.


Nilanjana Saha, is a law student of NUSRL, Ranchi and is working as an reviewer in Truth and Youth. She is very passionate about writing and reading various genres. She believes that expressing ones true self whether spoken or written, plays a big role in one’s development of mind and soul. She is constantly working to improve her writing and researching skills, which she thinks is very important for a student in today’s world. Her inner bibliophile encouraged her to take up writing just recently and she feels she is improving exponentially.


Mukund Ranjan is a student at NUSRL, Ranchi. He has completed his secondary and higher secondary studies from Ramakrishna Mission Vidyapith, Deoghar. He is here to help not only himself but work together and grow. He believes in endorsing ideas in front of a larger audience because mind unusually connects in a group while one might not understand you. Being a highly focused individual, he prefers setting goals which seem unrealistic as they inspire him to put in his blood and sweat into whatever he does each day.


Saumya Raj has always been a literature enthusiast. She is also a book reviewer and is having her separate trail of readers, with varied interests in the field of law and arts. She joined our organisation with the aim of mutual learning and growth. Her novel research articles could be found on TAY. She is an active member of our Student Editorial Board and we are proud of her efforts.


Kaustubh Kumar completed his schooling from Kanpur and was among the top 100 district toppers in his 12th standard. He is a law student, currently pursuing B.A. LL.B. (H.) from NUSRL, Ranchi. He has interned with State Legal Services Authority, UT Chandigarh, where he was praised by the Member Secretary Sir for his research and writing skills. One of his articles have been published by the Legal Aid Society of NLUO.


Ashutosh Anand is at present pursuing BA.LL.B from National University of Study and Research in Law, Ranchi. He concluded his matriculation from Guru Nanak Higher Secondary School, Ranchi and intermediate from DAV Kapildev Public School, Ranchi. He has a keen interest in article writing and reviewing. He has interned with an NGO and the state legal services authority (JHALSA) where he learnt the rudiments of drafting and wrote a plentiful of articles for the organisation.


Rajat Tanwar completed his schooling from S.N.D Public School and currently Pursuing BA.LLB from National University of Study and Research in Law, Ranchi. He has recently interned with the Pratigya NGO and had volunteered an online National Lok Adalat for Vadodara District legal service authority. His latest article on Farm bills was published on Daily hunt. Being an avid reader of various genres has helped him cultivate a rich taste writing articles.