IAESTE organised its cultural meet, Abhivyakti, on 15th Jan 2018, at the Library Auditorium on campus. Several professors and heads of departments were felicitated by dignitaries for their passion for teaching and loyalty towards MIT and MAHE.
DL101’s LOLStars brought Biswa Kalyan Rath, one of India’s biggest names in comedy to Manipal. Performing to full houses at the Golden Jubilee Hall, Biswa and Sumaira Shaikh kept the audience in fits of laughter for the entirety of the show.
The Atharva committee in TAPMI conducted a marathon recently to support primary education. Read on about this evening dedicated to a worthy cause.
In yet another way, Manipal city has proven to be one of the finest centres of formal education. To carry this baton one notch higher, MIT has signed up with the leading AI giant – Nurture.AI to reproduce the AI Sundays workshops.
Recognizing a propensity for judgement based on physical appearance,’ Blindfolded Conversations’ organised by the Psych Club, tries to see how differently a ‘first conversation’ pans out if this visual element is removed.
Sunburn Campus, featuring DJ Shaan and Siana Catherine made for an exhilarating evening full of EDM and dance.
The 1967 batch of MIT returned to their college for a nostalgia-inducing walk down memory lane. Even as they celebrated the past, they looked to the future as well, with the inauguration of a new Hostel block and plans to take the institute to even greater glory.
14th January 2018 witnessed the entire college coming forth to celebrate the season’s first harvest festival- Pongal. With beautiful decorations, mouthwatering dishes, and mesmerizing cultural performances, this campus celebration ensured every student felt at home. Read on to find out more!
The Jazz Explorer Trio presented a brilliantly composed set list with a well thought out scheme so as to cater to the audience as well as to capture their attention throughout the show. The essence of jazz music was perfectly captured by the triads performance and was an enjoyable experience for all.
Udupi witnessed the creation of a Golden World Record for the largest congregation of people wearing the same badge as volunteers from 23 colleges gathered at the Malpe beach. Almost 5,000 people took part in the successful attempt as patriotism rose high with the singing of Vande Mataram.