The wounds that cannot be seen are as important as the ones that can and have to be tended to. With May being celebrated as mental health month, The MIT Post had the opportunity to interview Ms Archana Pillai, a student counsellor at the office of Student Affairs at MAHE.
Super Cyclonic Storm Amphan recently wreaked havoc in the states of West Bengal and Odisha. Millions of people were displaced as the storm showed no mercy in destroying livelihoods and depleting natural resources. These states now have to navigate their way through a natural disaster while also reeling with the ill effects of the coronavirus pandemic.
College placement is one of the most important factors to be considered when choosing a college. MIT students, at the end of their college term, have the chance to take up jobs in many major companies and can also expect to receive the help needed to be ready for it. Here is a comprehensive piece about where MIT stands in this matter.
Birds of a feather flocked together for another consultancy talk by The Consulting Club at Manipal. The event featured a remarkable webinar by MIT alumnus Rohit Chadha, who delivered a compelling presentation on management consulting.
Iran’s quest to develop new forms of weaponry has long plagued its ties with the West. The story of Iran’s nuclear ambitions sees secrecy, espionage, and crumbling relations come into play, giving birth to a toxic diplomacy that stands immune to even the largest of humanitarian crises.