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Trinity Times, is a trimonthly private newsletter of the Trinity Campus, a private Engineering college located on the outskirts of Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh, India.

It is becoming popular on the college grounds and aims to be one of the common platforms for students to show their potential and resolve their problems. The Inaugural edition was launched on April 8, 2011 accompanied by a great event at the college auditorium. More than 2000 copies of the newsletter were distributed at the college campus on this day alone. The newsletter was exclusively made by the efforts of the students of the Editorial Board, which consisted of 9 members from all different sections and standards of the college. Chairman, Secretory, Director and all other dignitaries felicitated the editorial board for having done a successful launch of Trinity Times.

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