ADA Dramatics has always been dedicated to theatre and has enthralled all of Manipal by their acting onstage. The MIT Post had an opportunity to interview four of its members before the release of a unique venture of theirs, ADA’s first online production, ‘Daldal’.
Interning for the Jet Propulsion Laboratory at NASA and working on improving a rover being sent to Mars is a dream for any student who has dedicated his life to science. The Post had the chance to interview Siddarth Venkatraman, a fourth-year studying CSE at Manipal Institute of Technology, who got this incredible opportunity.
Indian women’s cricket has grown leaps and bounds in this decade. The MIT Post got to interview Mansi Joshi, a young fast bowler who represented India in multiple tournaments around the world.
Tushar Khandker is a well-known personality when it comes to hockey in India. We, at the MIT Post, had the opportunity to interview him when he interacted with students on ‘Connect’, a video call session on Instagram Live by the Conclave Committee of MIT Tech Tatva.
100 saree pact was a creative amalgamation of culture and identity for urban women, tied together using nine yards of fabric in 2015. We had a conversation with Ms. Anju Maudgl Kadam, one of the inspiring founders of the pact, and how it has positively affected women throughout the country.
The Manipal Conclave’20 launched its latest enterprise, Connect, which features talks by inspiring personalities. The MIT Post had the opportunity to interview Connect’s first speaker, Sumer Rajpurohit, who gave an insight into his YouTube channel, Last Minute Tuitions, and how it all fell into place.
The wounds that cannot be seen are as important as the ones that can and have to be tended to. With May being celebrated as mental health month, The MIT Post had the opportunity to interview Ms Archana Pillai, a student counsellor at the office of Student Affairs at MAHE.
Comedians Rahul Dua and Nishant Suri, of Comicstaan fame, featured on the Proshow lineup for Revels’20. We, at The MIT Post, had the opportunity to interview them. Read on to find out what transpired.
Two professors from MAHE, Dr Krishnamurthy Bhat and Dr Anish Warrier, recently participated in a research expedition to the continent of Antarctica. The MIT Post got a chance to speak to the pair and learn about their journey, their research, and life at the South Pole.
One of the most important student bodies in MIT, the Student Council, is an example of indirect democracy in action. These elected individuals form the link between the student populace and the authorities. In this article, the members of the Council share their motivations for running for office and their goals for the coming year.