Open Electives offer you the opportunity to take up a subject well-tailored to your interests, but making the right choice is not always an easy decision. To help you know your options and decide what’s best for you, here is a list of all the Open Electives on offer for the fifth semester.
The wounds that cannot be seen are as important as the ones that can and have to be tended to. With May being celebrated as mental health month, The MIT Post had the opportunity to interview Ms Archana Pillai, a student counsellor at the office of Student Affairs at MAHE.
Super Cyclonic Storm Amphan recently wreaked havoc in the states of West Bengal and Odisha. Millions of people were displaced as the storm showed no mercy in destroying livelihoods and depleting natural resources. These states now have to navigate their way through a natural disaster while also reeling with the ill effects of the coronavirus pandemic.
Birds of a feather flocked together for another consultancy talk by The Consulting Club at Manipal. The event featured a remarkable webinar by MIT alumnus Rohit Chadha, who delivered a compelling presentation on management consulting.
Iran’s quest to develop new forms of weaponry has long plagued its ties with the West. The story of Iran’s nuclear ambitions sees secrecy, espionage, and crumbling relations come into play, giving birth to a toxic diplomacy that stands immune to even the largest of humanitarian crises.
The world of broadband communication will soon witness a revolution with the advent of a fast and inexpensive internet service provider, Starlink. Rural communities that aren’t currently privy to a speedy and reliable internet should look no further as their wishes will be fulfilled by a constellation in the sky.
The beautiful game, unfortunately, is no stranger to money matters, having seen its fair share of ugly scandals over recent years. With Manchester City being the latest to be in breach of financial regulations, it is important to understand the history of these frauds, including the organisations, clubs, officials, and players that enable it.
Milk and dairy products have become a mainstay in the diets of people across the world. However, the familiarity of dairy-based items curtains the physical and emotional trauma that the animals, which give us these products have to go through to put them on our table.
As most of the world is facing a lockdown, some people do not have access to most basic necessities.
We take a look at some initiatives taken by MAHE students and alumni, who are fighting against this consequence of the pandemic by organising fundraisers, providing food and sanitation to the needy, and much more.
Following three consecutive disasters that put Kerala’s disaster management model to the test, the coastal state now stands firm in its battle against the ongoing pandemic. The fine tuning of the model, coupled with a united front by the people of the state, continues to stand as an excellent example for the rest of the country to follow.