Recently, The MIT Post had the privilege of interviewing two of the brightest minds on campus; Jithin Sunny and Akshatha Kamath. Victors at Stanford’s Health ++ Hackathon, they share their experience and advice for prospective participants in this interview.
Blindfolded Conversations, organised by the Psych Club, provided participants with an opportunity to indulge in intriguing conversations with strangers, without actually knowing what they looked like. The event, which was open to all MAHE students across town, made for some exciting interactions.
On 5th August 2019, Founder-CEO of Mu Sigma, Dhiraj Rajaram, addressed students and faculty of MIT, sharing his experience as an engineer-turned-entrepreneur. He imparted valuable advice about the highs and lows of entrepreneurship to students of the outgoing batch and shared a few tips on how to prepare oneself for the path towards setting up their own business.
A million different questions consume the minds of prospective freshers as they look to call this little town, their home for the next few years. This article aims to answer a few of those pegging questions by giving the oncoming students an insight into life as a fresher in Manipal.
Large populations of stray dogs is a pressing matter for civic authorities everywhere. We at The Post sit with Captain’s Animal Care Trust, one of Manipal’s leading dog welfare trusts and explore the problems that these animals pose and the measures employed to handle the situation.
On 28th March 2019, Aaina Dramatics entertained students from across Manipal with its performance of ‘Bhagua ki Prateeksha Me.’ With enough drama, suspense, and hilarity coupled with the brilliant acting all around, the play was a testament to the thronging talent in Manipal grounds.
The NCC Contingent of MIT hosted an exhibition on 15th January in celebration of National Army Day. It featured a variety of stalls displaying battle formations, engineering gadgets used on-field, and a few guns used by army soldiers as well. The exhibition attracted the eyes of many students and staff while giving them a small glimpse into the life of an Indian soldier.
What makes the self-proclaimed ‘God’s favourite band’ so different from every other punk-rock band ever? From sleeping on couches and floors to reviving a genre, inspiring a generation of fans and all the while redefining themselves through their music; Green Day has gone from being an overnight phenomenon to being synonymous with rock and roll.
The Psych Club recently conducted Let’s Talk, an event that brought people together to share their stories and listen to one another. The guest speaker was Dr Samir Praharaj, a professor of Psychiatry at KMC, who provided valuable inputs on mental illnesses and on the avenues that are available to those who want to seek help.