This year, the theme for TechTatva remained ‘frugal innovation’ or ‘jugaad’, a term possibly every Indian is familiar with. Frugal innovation is basically bending the rules to find an innovative fix to a problem. This definitely was kept in mind while the planning of the
The Technical Paper Presentation Competition is one of the featured events of TechTatva, where participants present research papers and are evaluated by an esteemed panel of judges.
With the number of heart related illnesses perpetually on the rise, it has become vital to find ways to tackle them. ‘Mediwear’ was about building wearable technology in this field.
Swades is a two-round event intended to spread awareness regarding the energy crisis plaguing the world and promote the employment of renewable sources of energy by making it an integral part of our daily activities.
How something appears is always a matter of perspective.
A quick look at ‘Elucidate’, an event that witnessed massive participation and baffling questions.
The MIT Central Library saw an unprecedented increase in the student population. No, the sessionals were not rescheduled to an earlier date, nor did a core company decide to call in all students for a presentation. Something else was brewing in the Library Auditorium. The
I see technology as a means to empower and as a tool that bridges the distance between hope and opportunity. Narendra Modi, Prime Minister of India From the 2nd to the 4th of October, Microsoft organized a Digital India themed Hackathon at NLH and the
The favourite week of the odd semester is here. The college has been gearing up for this for the past couple of weeks, and so have we. With TechTatva15′ in the backdrop, The MIT Post is immensely proud to present to you our inaugural Podcast. TechTatva has
Serving in the Indian armed forces provides access to a certain lifestyle. But the Army itself serves a distinct purpose in contemporary society. Its existence has become essential to shaping civilizations that are free of conflict and hence driving the essence of humanity. Thus, the