As most of the world is facing a lockdown, some people do not have access to most basic necessities.
We take a look at some initiatives taken by MAHE students and alumni, who are fighting against this consequence of the pandemic by organising fundraisers, providing food and sanitation to the needy, and much more.
TechTatva’19 witnessed several inspirational and entertaining speakers during The Manipal Conclave. This event that took place over the course three days featured personalities ranging from entrepreneurs and social activists to comedians and musicians.
The 3rd Global Manipal Alumni Convention offered graduates of MAHE a chance to revisit Manipal and relive their college days. While the alumni explored Manipal, they found the town transformed more than a little—although it still remained a place that could be called home.
Aishwarya Shetty decided to veer off the beaten path when she became a teacher after completing her engineering degree. An MIT alumnus, she taught in an orthodox Muslim neighbourhood as a Teach For India Fellow. In an interview with The Post, she shared her thoughts on her experience as a teacher and some of the issues plaguing the Indian education sector.
The 1967 batch of MIT returned to their college for a nostalgia-inducing walk down memory lane. Even as they celebrated the past, they looked to the future as well, with the inauguration of a new Hostel block and plans to take the institute to even greater glory.
Dr. Rajeev Suri, President and CEO of Nokia, visited his alma mater on the 19th and 20th of November, 2016. During his visit, we had the opportunity to catch up with Dr. Suri and know more about his life experiences as well as his commitment to life-long learning. Read the interview here.