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Let the Mind Games Begin—Cerebro

Ever wondered why Batman turned out the way he did? Well, if you ever dared to think so, Cerebro was where you needed to be.The psychology based interactive session tried to make sense of how our mind perceives the world and how our emotions are the resultant of a few chemical reactions.

Castle of Ideas—The Youth Speak Forum

25th March 2018 witnessed six speakers from different spheres of life addressing Manipal about various important issues. AIESEC’s Youth Speak Forum was all about knowledge, inspiration, and ideas. Read on to discover more about this interactive session.

Toasting to the Future—Toastmasters International

With a goal to create informed and educated leaders for tomorrow, the Toastmasters started their MAHE division with huge hopes. At the end of their fourth meeting, it is safe to say that the future seems to be in good hands; the session touched upon various leadership and public speaking topics that touched a chord with the attendees.

Painting with happy hearts: AIESEC’S Balakalakar

AIESEC recently conducted their event, ‘Balakalakar’, which was aimed at creating everlasting memories in the lives of a few orphans who didn’t have the opportunity to celebrate Holi, the festival of colours and joy. Everlasting memories were created in their hearts who, along with the volunteers, had one of the best days of their lives.

Technology Meets Medicine — Disruptive Healthcare Workshop

An overwhelming amount of knowledge poured into a small KMC hall over two enthusiastic and refreshingly informative days at Dronaid’s Disruptive Healthcare Workshop. From studying logistic regression algorithms and applying to real-life revolutionary medical predictions of breast cancer or heart disease, the Deep Learning and AI workshop was the right advance in strengthening the bond between anatomy and technology, all in an inquisitive zeal to make healthcare one of humanity’s strongest assets in the coming future.

Up and Away—Tarang’18

The sixth edition of the annual kite flying festival, Tarang, saw innumerable people reliving their childhood memories flying kites at End Point. The event, which also served as a social awareness campaign, had people from all walks of life come together to celebrate the joy of living and giving.

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