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Meals on Wheels: The Red Food Truck Speaks

“Well, we never had any intention of serving vegetarian food in the first place. We’ve included it in the menu only because one of my best friend’s girlfriend is a vegetarian” says Umesh Chandran, the man in the driver’s seat of Square Ruth – the Food Truck we all saw selling mouth-watering edibles during TechTatva’17.

Sharing The Spotlight

‘Spotlight’ by Aaina provided the Manipal audience with an array of short plays, each with a different story and perspective. With four plays in Hindi and four in English, the event kept the audience captivated from beginning to end. Read on to find out more.

The Overview Effect

Scientific facts were addressed, facts were discussed and history was relived. However, most importantly, an awareness of just how united we are as a planetary society, how national and racial divisions don’t matter was sub-consciously created in all of us.

TechTatva’17 — Kraftwagen

Crash Course Athulya Mohandas Menon A new initiative by Kraftwagen, Crash Course was an exciting event that tested a student’s knowledge of mechanical stress development and management. The event aimed to find the most aerodynamically and structurally robust chassis design for an automobile which could

TechTatva’17 — Mechanize

Hover Rover Anisha Das Hover Rover’s didn’t come short of making its mark despite it’s debut in Tech Tatva this year. Based on prototypes, the event required the participants to construct a model hovercraft which would smoothly glide over both land and water. The first

TechTatva’17 — Cryptoss

Final Frontier Sanjana Srivastava Final Frontier, an offline coding event, witnessed an assembly of coding enthusiasts packed into NLH with charging wires strewn across the room and laptop screens eagerly waiting. Held over two well thought-out rounds with tactical programming questions and a fictional theme,

EcoAvenue: Bringing Out the Inner Penny Pitcher

ESOM has certainly set a benchmark by inviting two entrepreneurs who have accomplished accolades and aren’t even in their 30s. While Abhilekh Tripathy educated the audience by speaking about his own experiences, MIT alumni Kartik Mandaville brought a much needed technical aspect to the forum.