The Literary, Debate, and Quiz Club organised a Harry Potter Quiz calling Potterheads of all years to take part. With a variety of questions from all the different areas of Harry Potter lore, the quiz witnessed an intense quiz-off from the participants, each eager to prove that they were the bigger fan of the series.
“On one particular instance, he was blindfolded when taken to a historical site to ensure that he wouldn’t learn the route and return at a later date”. During the 70s and 80s, the heritage conservationist Vijaynath Shenoy set out on a journey to save our history and culture. In this article, we explore the Hastha Shilpa Heritage Village, the result of his vision, and get a glimpse of times gone by.
Twenty years ago, in the age of tests and ODIs, a need for a format of cricket which could be a crowd puller had arisen. In this article, we explore the creation of Stuart Robertson’s 20/20 vision for cricket, the T20 leagues and get an insight into how it changed the landscape of cricket forever.
In a low scoring affair, the Pirates chased down a total of 93 runs to emerge victorious in the third edition of MIT-Cricket League. Read the complete match report and scorecard of the tournament’s finale.
The Data Science Club held an interesting workshop on Image Recognition using deep learning. They explained the process of neural networks and how image classifiers work while studying Image Recognition, as it is a widely used introductory example in the field of Machine Learning.