A new pet cafe is set to open in Manipal, catering to the town’s pet owners and dog-lovers. Owners Chirag Shetty and Sujith Shetty expect the place to be open in August on the End Point Road.
Manipal expressed solidarity with the victims of rape in Kathua and Unnao with a candlelight vigil, joining in the widespread outrage in the country. Read on to know more about the proceedings.
Seeking to do away with the flood of cab share posts on Facebook groups, two MIT students founded Mighty Cabs, a cab sharing service, in Manipal. The success of this service could change the way Manipal books taxis. Read the story of the inception of this venture and its challenges.
Fourth years who were part of IE EnC came to share their placement stories with their juniors who had many questions about the process. They reassured their juniors of the outcomes of sitting for placements by talking about their own experiences. Valuable advice and pointers on how to prepare for placements were shared with the juniors.
Directed by a former MIT-ian for the NYU School of Journalism’s News and Documentary film festival, Athyunnath Eleti’s ‘Aishu Didi’ chronicles the story of Ms. Aishwarya Shetty, an MIT-alumnus as she struggles to bring the light of education into the lives of children in one of India’s most conservative localities.
IAESTE organized a two-day certified technical workshop on Computational Fluid Dynamics, Android App Development, and Printed Circuit Board Design, conducted by trained professionals. As IAESTE’s first ‘member benefit’ event it offered a lot to students in terms of the knowledge and skills that they gained from the workshops.
A stroll through the artists’ imagination, the exhibition organized by Artpod presented the crowd with masterpieces to feast their eyes upon. Excitement among the artists was rampant as they witnessed their work being appreciated and got the chance to express what art meant to them. With the successful run of their first exhibition, this student organization aims to garner all the aesthetes and bring some talented artwork into recognition.
Arguably the most successful event at Revel’18, Iridescent events, jam-packed with activities that had everyone participating impressed.
Anubhuti—another cultural category of Revels’18 offered a myriad of activities, exclusively in the Hindi language. With events like Tark Vitark, Abhivyakti, Irshaad, Antakshari, and Bujhovala— this category provided a platform for all those skilled at Hindi.
The Youth Speak Forum is a premise event organized by the student-run body, AIESEC. The event shall witness speakers from various spheres of life addressing important issues. Read on to find out more.