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.
SAE Manipal’s Jet Engine Workshop, held over two days, gave students a glimpse into the functioning of the powerful jet engines that drive large aircraft. The workshop featured a theoretical analysis session as well as a practical demonstration of the concepts discussed at the propulsion lab.
Learning how to do one’s taxes for the first time and understanding the working of financial institutions can be quite a task. ESoM’s talk on Banks and Taxes aimed to simplify these concepts for students and informed them about real-world economics.
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.
The Scio Foundation, Manipal, spread awareness about misconceptions related to menstruation and encouraged students to opt for healthier practices at Revels’19. Their Su-Khoon campaign kept the participants engaged with an exciting scavenger hunt and a discussion about an important matter which frequently gets shushed down and should instead be talked about openly.
Ganesh Nayak, an Assistant Professor at the Department of Electronics & Instrumentation, shares his journey of self-discovery in his newly released book that highlights his bicycle ride into the Himalayas, tracing roads not taken and his ascent out of addiction.
The Scio Foundation organised a talk on sustainable menstruation by Nishant Bangera, founder of Muse Foundation and A Period of Sharing. The talk focused on health issues related to the menstruation and promotion of sustainable and safe solutions for the same. The informative and interactive talk served the purpose of creating awareness about an issue which is often not discussed openly.
The Smart India Hackathon, one of the biggest in the world, was organised in MIT, Manipal on the 2nd and 3rd of March, 2019. It was a gruelling competitive coding event, which saw 24 teams from all over the country participate in the event in Manipal. The Hackathon encouraged students to work towards finding solutions to real-world problems that were presented by industry professionals.
AIESEC organised World Café to provide a platform to students across all MAHE college to have an open discussion on some of the problems we face today. The event witnessed talks by faculty members and students, singing performances, and an award-winning act by ADA Dramatics.
Mr. MAHE was the perfect amalgamation of fitness and bodybuilding and witnessed participants from several colleges affiliated under MAHE flexing their muscles and showing off their posture to claim the top prize.