One of the most important student bodies in MIT, the Student Council, is an example of indirect democracy in action. These elected individuals form the link between the student populace and the authorities. In this article, the members of the Council share their motivations for running for office and their goals for the coming year.
ESoM held a workshop in collaboration with Samnidhy on February 7, 2020 with the intention of educating the audience on Industry and Market Analysis. The event touched upon all the basics and while the topics were quite dry, the end of the workshop saw participants wanting more.
The need of the hour in today’s younger generation is innovation. Utilizing their engineering prowess to application, several teams came up with thrifty and prolific ideas to help society.
Whether it’s company that you need during those caffeine-fueled sessional all-nighters, or a few mellow tunes to chill out to during your extended breaks—The MIT Post’s Sessionals Playlist has got you covered. So grab your headphones, and sit back and relax with our ambient Instrumental playlist, or get an extra boost of energy with the Vocal playlist as you burn the midnight oil.
Having a history of suppression, the LGBTQ+ community is no novice to the struggle for equality. Her Campus Manipal conducted an event to honour the community, bringing together members and allies, to show that indeed love always wins.
Tagore—the man responsible for bringing home the first Nobel prize, was a visionary who penned down his wide-ranging intellect and ideals in the form of poems and songs. In this article, we regard the various cultural, historical, and socio-economic contributions of his works that impact the nation, and the world of literature to this very day.
Blank 101 organised a well-structured workshop on public speaking where they untangled the intricacies that are involved in delivering a speech.
On 2nd February, PyData Manipal held a Developer Sprint to help people learn the basics of code development and maintainence. With informative talks from two robust personalities, followed by a session of working on open source projects of reputed organisations, this event proved fruitful for everyone involved.
The Career Development Centre recently organised ‘Written Word’, an engaging workshop by Ms Vidya Suresh on CV and SOP writing. The workshop tackled the daunting task of preparing a CV and SOP with refreshing humour and candour. Students left with renewed confidence, no longer afraid of facing a blank white screen.
The use of drones has evolved quickly over the past few years, and now, anyone can own and legally operate their very own vehicle. In this workshop, DRONAID helped students build their skill set to design and manoeuvre a drone.