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Monthly Archives: November 2020

TechTatva’20—The Manipal Conclave

With a stellar selection of speakers, the Manipal Conclave 2020 stretched across five days of Techtatva. From giants in the industrial sector to novices making headway in the digital world, this year’s line-up summoned a massive crowd.

Project Rakt—A Move to a Movement

Project Rakt is the brainchild of Devyani Mehta, a third-year student of Civil Engineering at MIT. Through this organisation, she aims to break the silence and stigma around menstruation, equip women and girls with the required sanitary supplies while promoting environment-friendly menstrual products.

TechTatva’20—Chrysalis

Biology enthusiasts will find themselves at home in this category as they apply their knowledge to solving puzzles, engaging in a war of words to establish ideas, and solving murders. This category will enthral you with its brainy challenges and push you to your limits.

TechTatva’20—Paper Presentation

With webinars held by top industry experts in various fields, the participants at Paper Presentation got a platform to present their ideas and hone their skills in research. Read on to find out what the event included.

TechTatva’20—Constructure

Constructure presents to you a plethora of options to explore civil engineering. A chance to build railways, understand the dynamics that go into managing a construction firm, create your own sustainable campus, compete with others on trivia and win big—don’t let this opportunity go waste!

TechTatva’20—Arcus

From quizzes on India’s geology to designing a building sustainably, participants at Arcus combined creativity and knowledge to make the event a smashing success.

TechTatva’20—Kraftwagen

Kraftwagen is the pit-stop for all Formula One and automobile enthusiasts. As opposed to its more physical conduction in previous years featuring hand-made robots taking on daring situations, this year saw a more thought-provoking approach in an online setting.

TechTatva’20—Mechanize

Mechanize was a great platform for designers and debate enthusiasts alike to showcase and upgrade their skills by thinking out of the box to solve the problems given. Read ahead to find out more about what events like Word War I, CAD it Up, and Mechathon had in store.