As a fresher, the prospect of college often sounds alluring with its ideals of passion and the promise of freedom. However, with busy schedules and tiring classes, it can very quickly start feeling overwhelming. Looking back on the first year of college, you realize just how much you’ve grown to love this place you now call home.
Beginning with awkward introductions among classmates and ending with an overwhelming nostalgia towards friends in the hostel— the first year goes by in the blink of an eye. Amidst all the experiences that one goes through, a few instances stand out in the time spent in this small town. It’s these moments that creep their way into our hearts and well up our eyes by the time we say goodbye for the much-needed summer break.
At The Post, we know that the anticipatory glee before coming to college can result in a state of panic laced excitement. We also know that MIT can offer you the best years of your life. So, to help rein in the panic that comes with leaving home, here’s everything you need to know about MIT.
With the exam season done and dusted, hundreds of students are veering along a path that will lead them towards spending the next four years in Manipal. Listed below are the counselling and admission procedure, that prospective MITan’s will find useful.
Update: Candidates can attend the counselling at Hyderabad too this year.
The first year spent in a hostel is a special one for everybody. It’s where you begin to learn how to tackle the challenges of life, and if you’re lucky enough, you get to do so with a bunch of friends at your side. Nida talks about her first year in Manipal and the many experiences it left her with.
The MIT Manipal experience is like a breath of fresh air in your life. From the basketball court in KC to the football and cricket grounds, from the activities in bustling KC, the heart of MIT, to a quiet evening on the lush green slopes near the hostels – Manipal promises a new experience everyday. Here you can exploit every bit of freedom you get to do what you love (but be back before 9:30 pm).
Ten years down the line, college is something that will make you look back and reminisce. And although there aren’t enough words to describe the liberty that Manipal offers us, here’s a microscopic glimpse into what it meant for some of us.
We are not the same person today that we were a year ago. So what has changed in this student of MIT at the end of his first year? Read on to find out.
A statistical break-down of club-related activities on Campus.
‘The Manipal Experience’ in all its glory, as told by a first year, for all first years. College life, with new-found freedom, is exhilarating, and a little information on things to do and places to see in and around campus ensures that the average freshman need not go in blindly.