Having completed their entrance exams, students now face the task of securing admission to the college of their choice for the next four years. In this article, you will find the counselling and admission procedures for prospective students of MIT, Manipal.
In an age when no one is satisfied with life, stress is booming, and competition to succeed is debilitating, drug usage is at its peak. Students are the primary victims, and there is an urgent need to delve into the problem, recognise its nuances, and find long-term solutions to combat it.
Apprehensions and questions hound a potential fresher right before admission, counselling, and even before class. We try to answer some of the most frequently asked questions in this article.
The wounds that cannot be seen are as important as the ones that can and have to be tended to. With May being celebrated as mental health month, The MIT Post had the opportunity to interview Ms Archana Pillai, a student counsellor at the office of Student Affairs at MAHE.
The Psych Club recently conducted Let’s Talk, an event that brought people together to share their stories and listen to one another. The guest speaker was Dr Samir Praharaj, a professor of Psychiatry at KMC, who provided valuable inputs on mental illnesses and on the avenues that are available to those who want to seek help.
With the exam season done and dusted, hundreds of students are veering along a path that will lead them towards spending the next four years in Manipal. Listed below are the counselling and admission procedure, that prospective MITan’s will find useful.
Update: Candidates can attend the counselling at Hyderabad too this year.