The MIT Post got an opportunity to speak to Aarti Tiwari, an extremely talented Pune based theatre artiste. She performed her solo play Mansha ki Shaadi as a part of the Cultural Evenings of m.i.l.a.p. 2019. She spoke about the relevance of theatre today and her desire to use theatre as a medium to raise questions about societal problems.
The whole process of applying for re-evaluation and makeup can be tedious and confusing. From logging into SLcM from time and again to bugging your CR about the procedures, this can suck the blood out of your life. However, do not worry chaps, for we have a solution. Read on to find out more.
From constructing rocket models with the help of lathes to building complex structures on CAD software, Mechanize tested its participants on an array of topics related to Automobile and Mechanical Engineering.
In the world of theatre, turning thoughts into words and staging them for everyone to see is no easy feat. Mahesh Dattani, an award-winning playwright and director, has established an immensely successful career doing this. The MIT Post had the chance to converse him during m.i.l.ap. 2019 and perceive his ideas on theatre and drama.
A number of trees in Manipal are being cut down to widen the roads on National Highway 169, due to which many resident birds have been dislocated. Manipal Birders’ Club, as well as the forest officials, undertook the initiative to provide a new home for these birds.
The MIT Post had a chance to sit down with Maithreyi Karnoor at m.i.l.a.p 2019 for a candid conversation about translation, fiction, and her passion for language.
Spectators were made privy to a unique blend of art and technology on the first evening of m.i.l.a.p 2019. Read on to learn more about artist Vinay Hegde’s VR-infused performance, Cosmic Splash.
Concluding their share of theatre for the year, AAINA recently hosted two plays in the short span of a week—’Chacha Chaubey Ke Chashme Se’, a street play depicting the social evils that plague our country, and ‘In The Name Of Blood’ a crime drama inspired by the Capones. The enthralling performances of the actors and brilliant scripts of both the plays thoroughly delighted the audience.
Cosmic Con got the astronomically curious participant ruminating over space and its quirkier details. From creating malevolent aliens to choosing the perfect travel itinerary, this category’s events had contestants compete with each other using equal parts knowledge and creativity.
Through events that do with all things electric and electronic, Alacrity got students recalling their engineering classes in creative and slightly less traumatic ways