Comedians Rahul Dua and Nishant Suri, of Comicstaan fame, featured on the Proshow lineup for Revels’20. We, at The MIT Post, had the opportunity to interview them. Read on to find out what transpired.
This semester, MIT made the shift from printed manuals to soft copies. While this move led to an increase in workload for a few departments, it has resulted in some savings for most of the students. Read on to find out about about how this decision was made and the way it was implemented.
Chhaya Dabas is the founder of ‘Baatein’, a writing platform for poets and artists that has come a long way since its inception on Instagram. Also a cancer survivor, she talks about using writing as a form of self-expression, a distraction from pain, and as a reflection of her understanding of the world.
“While I was in the wheelchair, I realised that you can’t take even simple things, like running, for granted.” Sakshi Maheshwari, a final year KMC student, battled against all odds after she met with a serious road accident. In an interview with The MIT Post, she talks about her love for marathon running and the power of positive thinking.
The MIT Post recently got the chance to chat with Mrs Seemantini Khot, a social worker who has guided many communities to a brighter future. Through her knowledge and skills, she had helped people become self-sufficient by enabling them to make the most of the resources available to them.
The MIT Post had the opportunity to speak to Mr. Sandesh Bhandare, a freelance photographer and photojournalist who has contributed to various magazines and newspapers such as Hindustan Times, Outlook Traveller, and Heritage India. His work has been exhibited at major galleries in India and abroad. Read on for more.
An evening dedicated to saluting the spirits of those who enabled our country to be free, Jashn-e-Azadi was organized by Goonj in celebration of India’s 72nd Independence Day. Patriotism ran high as the audience gathered to witness talented poets, singers, and dancers pay tribute to the Motherland.
For millennia, natural selection has automatically been updating the human mind and body to adapt to the constant changes that the Earth has been undergoing. With the rise of genetic engineering, humans have found a way to make this process much quicker and easier. But what happens when humans take life into their own hands, literally?
With themed decorations and live music, the Manga and Anime Club offered a unique dining experience at Maid Café. With servers cosplaying as anime characters, the event presented an intriguing aspect of the Japanese Otaku Culture.
A stroll through the artists’ imagination, the exhibition organized by Artpod presented the crowd with masterpieces to feast their eyes upon. Excitement among the artists was rampant as they witnessed their work being appreciated and got the chance to express what art meant to them. With the successful run of their first exhibition, this student organization aims to garner all the aesthetes and bring some talented artwork into recognition.