The MIT Post’s latest endeavor is to create a database of the myriad clubs, student societies, and student projects present in Manipal. We plan to increase the awareness of every MITian about the activities going on inside and outside the campus. Here is a list of all the different student bodies, both official, non official and hobby clubs, that an MITian can be a part of. We hope that you find a club which is tailored to your skills and interests.
Sitting in the relative safety of home, with the COVID-19 pandemic raging around the world, life in Manipal seems like a dream away. Now, with online classes in full swing, I reminisce about the year and a half I spent there, where I stepped out of my hobbit-hole of comfort, to be swept off on an adventure.
One of the most important student bodies in MIT, the Student Council, is an example of indirect democracy in action. These elected individuals form the link between the student populace and the authorities. In this article, the members of the Council share their motivations for running for office and their goals for the coming year.
For most MITians, student clubs are a significant part of their lives in Manipal. However, making a decision about which clubs to join can bring about a lot of confusion in a fresher’s mind. In this article, we try to ease some of that confusion by answering a few frequently asked questions about student clubs at MIT.
With recruitment for various clubs and students projects set to take place over the next few days, it is crucial to make an informed decision while joining a club. On 10th September, Leaders of Tomorrow brought some of Manipal’s finest student bodies on one platform, to provide freshers with an overview of the clubs Manipal has to offer.
Arguably the most successful event at Revel’18, Iridescent events, jam-packed with activities that had everyone participating impressed.
Dance is a form of art that transcends languages and words, and invokes emotions in anyone who bears witness to it. Footloose outdid itself this Revels, hosting an immensely talented and enthusiastic crowd.
You know you’re back in college when your day is jam packed from 8 AM to 11 PM and you have a dozen events to participate and attend. Aaina presented its very first program this semester with two back to back plays-‘Bali and Shambu’ and ‘The Outlaws’.
With cyber crimes on the rise, it is necessary to be aware of the ways to counter them. Based on this theme, ISTE conducted a two-day workshop on cyber security and ethical hacking to give students a better insight and understanding of the virtual world problems.
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).