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Monthly Archives: April 2018

Hitching a Ride—The Story of Mighty Cabs

Seeking to do away with the flood of cab share posts on Facebook groups, two MIT students founded Mighty Cabs, a cab sharing service, in Manipal. The success of this service could change the way Manipal books taxis. Read the story of the inception of this venture and its challenges.

MITFL Final—From Kickoff to Full-time

People flocked to the MIT Football ground on the evening of 8th April to watch the first ever final of the MITFL, MIT’s official football league. With the defending champions Zeta Bolts facing off against the table-toppers Omega Vikings, the match promised to be electrifying.

The End Semester Playlist [Even Sem’18]

Another semester draws to a close and for one last time, we bring you our carefully-curated playlists. This time around, our Study playlist guides your wandering mind while the Unwind playlist is here to help you de-stress and relax—all the more reason to look forward to study breaks.

Misconceptions Made Clear—IE EnC Placement Talk ’18

Fourth years who were part of IE EnC came to share their placement stories with their juniors who had many questions about the process. They reassured their juniors of the outcomes of sitting for placements by talking about their own experiences. Valuable advice and pointers on how to prepare for placements were shared with the juniors.

Maid Café—An Anime Experience

With themed decorations and live music, the Manga and Anime Club offered a unique dining experience at Maid Café. With servers cosplaying as anime characters, the event presented an intriguing aspect of the Japanese Otaku Culture.

Taj Mahal Ka Tender – Satire at its Best

If Mughal king Shah Jahan got hold of a DeLorean and lived in the 21st century, would Taj Mahal ever be built? Would it make the seven wonders of the world? Aaina encapsulated these thoughts in a meticulously produced play, Taj Mahal Ka Tender, focussing on the socio-economic issue of widespread corruption in India.

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