The MIT Post’s latest endeavor is to create a database of the myriad clubs, student societies and student projects present in Manipal. We plan to increase the awareness of every MITian about the activities going on inside and outside the campus. Here is a list of all the different student bodies, both official, non official and hobby clubs, that an MITian can be a part of. We hope that you find a club which is tailored to your skills and interests.
Your home away from home, these buildings would probably relate the best stories if they could. Choosing the right hostel in the first year can go a long way in shaping your college life.
Here’s to not going gentle into that good night. Presenting to you a prudently picked mix of music, spanning centuries and genres, to help ease your way through this semester’s final struggle. So, get that coffee boiling, put on those headphones, and groove in.
Whether you’re solving the last set of sample papers, going through your notes, or even calculating the hours left versus chapters remaining, the right piece of music is sure to soothe you through your endeavours. When you hit the books and the books hit back, tune into our calming study playlist.
Touching upon everything from Manipal to Mars, and all that lies in between, the second edition of Manipal-o-pedia had the audience captivated.
Microlite 2.0 was a compelling success to its predecessor, engaging the audience with upcoming technology.
The annual tech week of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) and the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), Providentia’17 was organised from 27th March to 31st March. The tech week also had a Technathon spanning over several days, which put every participant’s tech mileage to the test.
Nuclear war-heads, fall of governments, and more than one assassination, Leaders of Tomorrow’s flagship event, Summit Manipal was three days of intense debate. With five committees catering to over a hundred participants, here’s what happened at its tenth edition.
Think of robotics and the symbol of Arduino is the first thing that pops into one’s mind. Ranging from microprocessors to CNC machines, Arduino boards seem to be taking over an increasingly large number of fields. However, a lot of us do not have more than a very basic idea about Arduino. It was with the aim of educating budding engineers about this all-important circuit board that MIT’s official robotics student project, RoboManipal, hosted Arduino Day on the 1st of April.
Clubs IE Civil and Akshay Urja teamed up to offer MIT some brainy challenges one last time this semester, through their week long technical fest, Technovation. Read on to find out more about this festival, a celebration of logic, creation, and design.