You know you’re back in college when your day is jam packed from 8 AM to 11 PM and you have a dozen events to participate and attend. Aaina presented its very first program this semester with two back to back plays-‘Bali and Shambu’ and ‘The Outlaws’.
With cyber crimes on the rise, it is necessary to be aware of the ways to counter them. Based on this theme, ISTE conducted a two-day workshop on cyber security and ethical hacking to give students a better insight and understanding of the virtual world problems.
On July 1, India’s economy witnessed a huge change. MIT Manipal’s Economic Society, ESOM introduced students to this new world of GST. Read on to find out more about this talk.
Organised by two of Manipal’s student bodies – AIESEC and IAESTE, International Students’ Day bridged the gap between Manipal and the rest of the world. A day of fun-filled games and interactions with people from around the globe was all one could ask for on a rainy Sunday. Read on to find out more.
The Advanced Robotics Training workshop was organized by the Department of Mechatronics as part of the Diamond Jubilee celebrations. Mr. Yathiraju (ABB, Bangalore) was the trainer for all three days of the workshop. Mr. Suresh Mourya (ABB, Delhi) was the trainer for the two days dedicated to teaching conveyor tracking. Seven faculty members from the Department of Mechatronics Engineering attended the training session.
The pen may be mightier than the sword, but with whips and knives running rampant at MIT-DT’17, debate capped the pen from 12th to 14th August. With more than hundred outstation participants, MIT-DT’s second edition was quite a feather in the cap for LDQ.
Manipal University’s Independence Day celebrations honoured all the lives laid down to keep the tricolor flying high, as India’s 71st Independence Day, hosted by the International Centre for Applied Sciences, was celebrated, with citizens gathered to pay tribute to the motherland.
Visiting the land of Harry Potter and feeling spellbound without the wave of a wand is what makes Britain so special. Despite being one of the focal points of the Scientific Revolution, the journey through Britain was nothing but magical.
The presence of stem cells in virtually every multicellular organism suggests that these cells probably have a major role to play throughout the lifetime of the organism. The bench work of many years has reached the bedside in providing a tangible benefit to the patients.
An inter-collegiate women’s throwball tournament was organised for the staff of six engineering college.