Open Electives offer you the opportunity to take up a subject well-tailored to your interests, but making the right choice is not always an easy decision. To help you know your options and decide what’s best for you, here is a list of all the Open Electives on offer for the seventh semester.
Political landscapes of countries have been shaped by its people more than its leaders. It is the people who voice their opinion, ask the right questions to those in power, and ultimately run the nation. Read on to find out how dissent is a vital ingredient in the democratic cocktail of governance.
The pandemic has caught a lot of independent business owners off guard, with social distancing norms and lockdowns posing a major problem to their ability to attract customers to their stores. Many businesses in Manipal, have felt a lasting impact due to the giant student community leaving town and the residents having to stay at home. Read on to find out how they have coped during these trying months, and the multiple measures they have taken to ensure they can get their ventures back on track.
On 25th October 2020, the first edition of TEDxMAHE brought to us Countdown- the first edition of a global initiative to champion solutions to the climate crisis. Six global speakers from all walks of life come together to ensure a brighter future for the entire world.
The pandemic has halted financial growth across the globe. Economies—from the most prosperous ones to the ones growing the fastest—have found it challenging to satisfy the needs of their citizens. People across India have been reeling under the recent statistics released by the government that claimed a 23.9 per cent contraction of the GDP. This article busts the various myths surrounding this contraction and its relevance to India’s economic health.
Students from the third year mentored their juniors from second-year on how to handle the plethora of opportunities and troubles that they will encounter. The juniors were given tips to handle academic and non-academic activities simultaneously. Students across branches are looking forward to the resumption of classes in college along with being ready to plunge into newer opportunities and create new memories.
The Research Society, a new and upcoming club in Manipal, recently conducted a webinar for students interested in research. Upamanyu Ghose, an alumni at the institute, spoke to students about the significance of research and the inspirations that facilitated his dive into it.
As a pandemic brought the world to a grinding halt, a large number of students in Manipal were left stranded in hostels, or had hastily left their belongings behind. In these uncertain times, packaging and moving companies across Manipal have come as a boon, as they dole out their services of safely, securely and professionally, handling belongings right to the doorstep.
The sporting industry has been one of the worst affected due to the global pandemic, with a dip in viewership, a loss of investment and a lack of willingness by players to resume training. As fans remain apprehensive about the future of their favourite sports, players and managers prepare themselves for new safety regulations, along with the atmosphere of isolation that will surround games in the future.
Admit Kard organised a webinar on 11 July 2020 in an effort to address the concerns of the students who are seeking admissions to foreign universities. Mr Rachit Agarwal, the co-founder of Admit Kard, was the guest speaker at the event and took questions from the students. The event was well organised and gave the attendees a fair idea of the state of education abroad. Everyone who attended was given access to a mentorship programme free of cost by Admit Kard.