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.
The Consulting Club at Manipal conducted its first event, Case on Point, on 12th March. The event uniquely catered to students interested in the financial and business sector by teaching the art of case studying, required to pursue this field.
A flagship event, The MIT DT was a national level debate competition conducted that garnered widespread participation. With participants divided into adjudicators and speakers, the contest culminated in a battle of wit and savvy.
In December 2019, when news arrived from Wuhan about a deathly new strain of coronavirus, hardly anyone could have predicted the worldwide pandemic that was on the horizon. As the nation comes to a halt and health care workers battle this disease from the front lines, the migrant workers and farmers have their own struggle underway.
Kalakriti was a category that offered art enthusiasts a chance to showcase their talents through several different platforms. With attempts to challenge participants across different skill levels, the eight events held under the category saw artists delve into a variety of art forms.
IOSD organised an interactive tech-talk session between the students and Miri Rodriguez, the global head of Internship at Microsoft. The students were briefed on the nuances of working in the corporate world and the various opportunities available to them at Microsoft. The importance of empathy in a workspace was also stressed upon by the speaker as she interacted with the audience.
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.
Lensation, organised by the Photography Club Manipal, offered photography enthusiasts a chance to showcase their talents through varying platforms. With attempts to challenge participants, the three events held under the category saw photographers take different angles all while portraying their best works.
Crescendo allowed the music aficionados of Manipal to show their rhythmic caliber on stage. As the audiences were engulfed in vibrant yet soulful music, the participants held nothing back to win the competitions. From Acapellas to Rap Battles, Crescendo allured to every member of the music community.
The Human Library showcased a plethora of people from various walks of life akin to books, sharing their stories. As the speakers covered topics ranging from mental health and loss to discovering oneself, it helped attendees expand their own worldview and gain novel perspectives.