As we mark India’s 68th Republic Day, here’s an insight into the opportunities the Indian Armed Forces has to offer to the recently graduated engineer.
Formula Manipal’s brand new FMX6 2.0 – a beast of a vehicle, leads them into the battlefield of Formula Bharat, the widely acclaimed Formula racing competition unlike any other. The MIT Post had the opportunity to talk to them before the competition to be held at Coimbatore.
The best and sharpest quizzers from Manipal racked their brains at a well-organised quiz on Science, Technology, and Business, the first collaboration between The Official Literary, Debate and Quiz club of Manipal (L.D.Q) and Indian Society of Technical Education, Manipal (I.S.T.E).
MIT’s semi-professional cricket league, MITCL, ticked all the boxes in their inaugural edition as they managed to pull off a near perfect debut. From players to the organising committee and faculty advisors, the entire team can boast of a feat which shall be tough to emulate.
Dr. Shashi Tharoor visited Manipal Institute of Technology for the inauguration ceremony of INK Makers’ Teenovators, an innovation challenge for students from secondary schools across the country that MIT hosted.
How does Google Translate help us overcome language barriers on a daily basis? By creating a secret internal language that humans cannot interpret. Hashtag by IECSE tells us more about neural machines and how they’re employed in language translations.
India sends the second largest number of students for higher education in the US every year. But with Donald J Trump as President, what do MIT students stand to lose (or gain)?
Alumni of the Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering of MIT, Manipal, visited the campus for an interactive session with students.
As a part of the Diamond Jubilee celebrations, the Department of Chemistry organised a three day residential camp for ninth grade students of Government schools called ‘The Salters’ Chemistry Camp’
The 1987-91 batch of MIT returned to a transformed Manipal after twenty-five years and re-lived their experiences from their days spent here.