MIT’s Internal Hackathon for Smart India Hackathon was conducted on 12th March 2022 and provided students with an opportunity to emerge with innovative solutions for real world problems. An exciting 12-hour hackathon, it was held to choose the top teams from the institute for the national round. Read on to know more about what transpired at the event.
Codentine 3.0, a national-level online coding challenge was organised by ACM’s Manipal Chapter on 12th January 2022, to promote the spirit of competitive programming among students. The contest was conducted on HackerRank and saw fierce competition between the participants with cash prizes awarded to the winners.
Mechatron was a quiz-based category which was the perfect platform for amateur designers and coders to hone and showcase their skills. Read ahead for what events like Fuze, Chakravyuh 2.0 and Ardothon had in store.
Hertz was a new category introduced this year. It brought with it a multitude of unique events ranging from competitive programming to retro gaming. Read on to know more.
Cryptoss is the ideal playground for experienced coders and coding enthusiasts alike to show off their set of skills and hone their knowledge through intense competitions.
This year, Robotrek shifted away from the usual brawn of robots to focus more on the brain of things. Participants ventured through codes and simulations to reach their ideal scenario. Read on to find out more.
With events dedicated to coding and an online ‘Capture the Flag’, Cached debuted with a bang. Participants were tested on their problem solving skills, both in the real and virtual worlds.
On 2nd February, PyData Manipal held a Developer Sprint to help people learn the basics of code development and maintainence. With informative talks from two robust personalities, followed by a session of working on open source projects of reputed organisations, this event proved fruitful for everyone involved.
A coding oriented category, cultural and gaming aspects were incorporated into the technical events. This category saw great success amongst the participants and its events Cyber Hawk, Battleship, Online Coding, and Age of Coders were well received.
On 5th August 2019, Founder-CEO of Mu Sigma, Dhiraj Rajaram, addressed students and faculty of MIT, sharing his experience as an engineer-turned-entrepreneur. He imparted valuable advice about the highs and lows of entrepreneurship to students of the outgoing batch and shared a few tips on how to prepare oneself for the path towards setting up their own business.