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
The best reward for an artist is recognition. This is exactly what the Music and Fine Arts (MAFIA) club in collaboration with Print and Publications (PnP) had in mind when they hosted “Tech Graffiti” on the 26th of September, 2015. The event was open to
The agenda of Blank 101’s event ‘Cipher 101’ was to cover the history of cryptography as well as how it works today. Trust Blank 101 to pick the most fascinating motifs and present them in an almost fun, coherent manner. Dive into the world of codes, algorithms and Enigma. Yes, Enigma from the movie Imitation Game.
I’m fairly sure that all of us have noticed (unless of course you live under a very large rock)that placement season is under-way. It is one of the most stressful times for seniors, when tensions run high and the slow, dreadful fear of rejection is
For all the adventure junkies in Manipal, Red-X in collaboration with Nisarg had conducted a two day event -Vertigo in the MIT campus. Through Zorbing, rappelling, zip lining and archery, Vertigo helped in bringing out the wild side of the students. Here is a detailed report of Day-1.
A quick recap of the Karaoke event organized by The Music and Fine Arts Club on the 24th of September, and Blitzkrieg’s gravity-defying dance performance that followed.
India is a country of many stories. Some thrive in the everyday life of the housewife, as a bead of sweat trickles down her face when she’s stirring the curry with her right hand and holding the baby in her left. Some lie stifled in
As I approached the buzzing room of NLH 203 at 5.40 pm on the 23rd of September, I couldn’t help but be baffled by the number of first years that had showed up for Leaders of Tomorrow’s (LoT) first event of the semester. (In contrast