Time Attack Shweta Gadepalli Ironically enough for an event titled ‘Time Attack’, the tournament started two hours late. However, even the rains couldn’t dampen the spirits of the excited participants. With raging fuel-powered cars, an excited crowd, and enthusiastic participants, the tournament was a great start
Medicine and Technology came together in Epsilon’s events as participants learned the workings of various medical appliances. With a strong participation, the students left having had a practical experience of rigging circuits and understanding and identifying the technologies used in medical science.
Participants at Chrysalis had the option to deduce a crime mystery, diagnose patients or even write the perfect end to life on Earth. Although each event under this category had science as a backbone, it was ensured that they had loads of fun aspects that students would look forward to taking part in.
LitStock’18 brought together all lovers of literature and quizzing under the same roof, as students battled it out to claim the top spot. MFQT, like in the previous instalments of Litstock, proved to be quite the crowd puller, bringing in a large number of quizzing enthusiasts while the rest of the literary festival also saw a good turnout, turning the fest into a success, as it has always been since its inception.
The Department of Biotechnology organised SymBiot 2018, a national symposium for biotechnology. With guest lectures by knowledgeable speakers, the event helped those interested learn about the advancements in and the scope in the field.
Research is widely considered as one of the most important criteria for an institute to be considered successful. MAHESRF is an active student body dedicated to promoting the spirit of research among students from all constituent colleges of MAHE. With their event ICHTR coming up, we give an insight into the workings of MAHESRF.
The Youth Parliament, hosted by Leaders of Tomorrow, saw students battle it out one law at a time. Participants fought against the clock and each other in Lok Sabha, the AIPPM committee, and the 2019 general election committee.
IEEE’s Tech Talk 2.0 tried to demystify the complex field of Artificial Intelligence. It featured talks by three students well-versed in the subject and proved to be very enlightening for the students.
Participants from all over Manipal had come to attend the peaceful ally march that was conducted by Article 19, the media-fest body of the School of Communication. It was encouraging to find the large crowd supportive of the LGBTQ community and responding enthusiastically to the march.
A retreat for all the space enthusiasts in MIT, Cosmic Con proved that astronomy is a lot more than just stargazing. Armed with their knowledge of the cosmos, the participants put up a fierce battle against each other. Read on to find out more about the events.