With electric vehicles becoming an increasingly popular means to control carbon dioxide emissions, India needs to be well-equipped to handle the EV market. This article looks back on cases of both successful and disastrous implementations of EVs as well as the prospects of the electric vehicle industry in India.
Manipal joined the country’s protest against the CAA and NRC bills on 17th December 2019. The protest took place near the Manipal DC office and witnessed a large gathering of people. Residents of Mangaluru also continue to fight against the rulings with major protests across the city. Read to find out more on these incidents.
The MIT Post recently got the opportunity to speak with Anushruti RK, a Mumbai based food blogger at m.i.l.a.p 2019. In this interview, she shares her thought on the principles behind ayurvedic and sattvic food cooking, and the world of food blogging.
With students in traditional attire and the halls of the Quadrangle echoing with the sound of festivities, Onam was celebrated in MIT with a lot of enthusiasm. The Onam Committee ensured that the students experienced every cultural aspect of the festival, from the delicious payasam to the competitive tug of war, to the fullest.
A recent performance hosted by the Cultural Coordination Committee brought the unique dance form of Ottan Thullal to audiences in Manipal. A mythological story, combined with elements of humour and the vibrant expressions of the artists, made for an evening of excellent music, arts and dance.
The international student community of Manipal came together on 9th August to celebrate Kairos—MAHE’s International Day. Students from all over the world shared their beliefs, traditions, and food with each other in this extravaganza of culture.
North America and Eurasia faced a brutal winter due to the Polar Vortex, with parts of the US experiencing temperatures colder than Antarctica. Here’s a look at the Polar Vortex and its widespread effect on the Northern countries and India.
In this age of the internet, learning and understanding cybersecurity is a quintessential skill. To aid students in this path, MIST organised its annual tech weekend—Backs\ash from 28th to 31st March 2019. With four events—WEB-SEC, Smoked, Cryptohunt, and CTF, the weekend proved to be a great learning experience for the attendees and organisers alike.
The Literary, Debate and Quiz club of MIT hosted a book reading event to discuss, and analyse various authors, novels, and ideas. The initiative was well received by the reader-writer community of Manipal, who continuously exchanged ideas all through the event.
Revels’19 hosted the popular recurring category, Gaming, which was enjoyed by participants and spectators alike. DOT7, Rainbow Six Seige and PubG mobile among others, were played during the event as competitive spirit and the desire to win ran high.