“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.
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
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
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,
Major Chandrakant Nair talks about the army and quizzing in India – in conversation with The MIT Post.
Make It Easy Kritika Batra As daunting as it might be to get through the maze of terminals and series of security checks at the airport, it does not compare to the amount of work and meticulous planning that goes into designing the place. Airborne
Be it the quizzes or the light-hearted literary Techathlon, Questionable Intelligence tested the ability to think and deduce, as one of the non-technical categories of Tech Tatva.
Vedanth 7.0 showcased a beautiful blend of pure engineering, coupled with a splash of talent that emerged from all fields, including music, art, design, and many more.
Relive the event that was sure to knock your gloves off!
Articulating ideas, demonstrating viewpoints and creating prototypes, Paper Presentation incorporated all stages of innovation. It not only gave the students an opportunity to express their creativity and innovation, it also gave them a taste of what the corporate world has in store and of how expression is just as important as ideation.
Sandip Roy talks family and sexuality in India – in conversation with The MIT Post.