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Monthly Archives: February 2017

Spellbound – Renowned Odissi Dancer Reela Hota Performs in MIT

A decorous staging of Bharathnatyam put on by children of the college faculty greeted the leisurely congregation and started the proceedings of the evening. A spectacular rendition of the Hindu legend of the “Dashavatar” followed. The evening of 17th February, 2017 saw, as a part of MIT’s Diamond Jubilee Celebration, Ms. Reela Hota’s infectious, evocative pirouette.

The Sessionals Playlist Vol. I [Even Sem ’17]

“Music is a higher revelation than all wisdom and philosophy. Music is the electrical soil in which the spirit lives, thinks and invents.” – Ludwig van Beethoven
Beethoven probably never had to curate a playlist for thousands of engineering students about to write exams. However, we at The MIT Post are back with our playlists for the sessionals, divided into Vocals and Instrumental, and curated with the intent to spur your studies on. So put on those earphones, and let your spirit think and excel.

A Talk with Titans

We got a chance to have a chat with titans of the industry and proud MIT alumni – Mr. Anant Talaulicar, Mr. Sachin Menon and Mr. Thomas Cherukara. Read on to find out about their views on a number of topics ranging from business to spirituality.

Praxis: Tech Week’17

IE- E&C and IE-Mechanical’s partnership debuted brilliantly as Praxis’17, the TechWeek organised by both these clubs, was a perfect blend of electronics and mechanics along with a wide array of events.

All ‘Maid’ Up – M.A.I.D Café by Manga and Anime Club

It was every anime aficionado and manga maven’s dream come true, when the Manga and Anime Club- in association with Burning Ice- presented Manipal’s first maid cafe. With Egg Factory’s apt food and decor, all that was required was a few Japanese Cherry Blossoms, laden with pink, to polish the otherwise fascinating set up.

A March under the Rainbow

Un-inhibited, and unrestrained, a parade under the scintillating colours of the rainbow. Manipal’s Ally March showed that this sleepy town still provides a safe space to embrace diversity.

The End Semester Playlist is back!Tune In