The MIT Post got an opportunity to speak to Aarti Tiwari, an extremely talented Pune based theatre artiste. She performed her solo play Mansha ki Shaadi as a part of the Cultural Evenings of m.i.l.a.p. 2019. She spoke about the relevance of theatre today and her desire to use theatre as a medium to raise questions about societal problems.
The Conclave category of TechTatva organised Humans of Tech Tatva on 5th October 2019. Over the course of ninety minutes, five speakers captivated the audience with their heart-warming and inspirational stories.
Most people are unsure of how to invest in stocks, and to the untrained, stocks can almost seem like gambling. On 23rd September, ESOM shared some insights on how the stock market works and how to benefit from it at their event, Stock Meets.
When passed down over generations, what starts out as a figment of one’s imagination turns into a bedtime story for another. Mankind has spun tales of many a legendary creature, ranging from dragons to werewolves. On 23rd August 2019, Blank 101 delved into all things mystical and supernatural, and explored their peculiar origins.
To commemorate Mahatma Gandhi’s 150th birth year anniversary, and promote the Eat Right India movement, cycling enthusiasts in Manipal came together as they cycled on a route totalling over seven kilometres. The event also highlighted the importance of implementing these eco-friendly alternatives in our lives.
iOS Dev 101, organised by Apple Developers Group helped students comprehend the basics of iOS app development and served as an introductory class on Apple’s ‘Swift’ and its functioning. ADG plans on inspiring more students to take up app development for iOS and used this event as a gateway to iOS app development.
In 2011, the Lady Blunt violin was sold for a record sum of 15.9 million dollars. The instrument owes this high valuation to its maker, Antonio Stradivari. whose violins command hefty price tags courtesy their distinguished sound that is yet to be fully understood.
Artpod’s Art Café gave students the perfect opportunity to unleash their inner Picassos by letting them go all out with their artistic inclinations. Ambient music by Chords and Co. set the mood as students painted to their heart’s content at Hadiqa.
The Business Quiz organised by ESoM brought together students who like to invest their time in understanding banking, finance and economics. The quiz proved to be an eye-opener as participants raced against the clock to crack the mysteries behind the bear and bull markets.
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.