A bewildering way with words and ideas brewed together with humour and cinematography in a virtual interview with Satish Ray under the Manipal Conclave in TechTatva’20.
With a stellar selection of speakers, the Manipal Conclave 2020 stretched across five days of Techtatva. From giants in the industrial sector to novices making headway in the digital world, this year’s line-up summoned a massive crowd.
A giant of the energy industry, a graduate of Harvard Business School, the President of Infrastructure, Defense, and Aerospace at Tata Sons—Banmali Agrawala has done it all. We at The Post were fortunate to get a short interview with Mr Banmali Agrawala as a part of The Manipal Conclave 2020, and this is what he had to say regarding technology, higher education, and the aerospace industry.
Starring in eminent Bollywood films and highly binge-watched web series, garnering millions of followers on Instagram—Ahsaas Channa has done it all at just 21-years-old. This charismatic and talented actress has captured hearts all over the country through her work on and off-screen. The MIT Post had a session with her during The Manipal Conclave 2020, and this is where the conversation led.
Tushar Khandker is a well-known personality when it comes to hockey in India. We, at the MIT Post, had the opportunity to interview him when he interacted with students on ‘Connect’, a video call session on Instagram Live by the Conclave Committee of MIT Tech Tatva.
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 Conclave category of TechTatva organised Humans of Tech Tatva on 5th October 2019. Over the course of ninety minutes, five speakers captivated the audience with their heart-warming and inspirational stories.
A star-studded lineup of speakers for the Manipal Conclave 2018 was revealed at the Student Plaza on Wednesday evening. Read more about the people who’ll be taking the stage in possibly the most exciting edition of the Conclave yet.
Assisted by an online community of 3D Printing enthusiasts and, at key moments, by his father, Rushil created ‘Glow’ – his first functioning 3D Printer – in his hostel room.
The Rural India Project, or TRIP, aims to bring about realisation and social awareness through a profound exploration of the media map of the country. Their storytellers give voice to the villagers by ensuring that their narratives get the traction they deserve.