The third edition of one of the largest competitions hosted here, The Manipal- Debate Tournament, more popularly known as MIT-DT gave participants a platform to voice their opinions. The event drew a large crowd and witnessed several spirited arguments celebrating the right to free speech.
Anubhuti—another cultural category of Revels’18 offered a myriad of activities, exclusively in the Hindi language. With events like Tark Vitark, Abhivyakti, Irshaad, Antakshari, and Bujhovala— this category provided a platform for all those skilled at Hindi.
With voices raised in passionate argument, the rhythmic banging of tables, quizzical raises of the eyebrow – the four days of the Manipal Freshers’ Debate Tournament saw the classrooms of AB 5 abuzz with animated discussion. The tournament was held from 11th to 14th January
The literary aficionados enjoyed themselves thoroughly in Litstock—a freshers fest organised by the Official Literary, Debate, and Quiz Club of Manipal.
The pen may be mightier than the sword, but with whips and knives running rampant at MIT-DT’17, debate capped the pen from 12th to 14th August. With more than hundred outstation participants, MIT-DT’s second edition was quite a feather in the cap for LDQ.
Manipal Youth Parliament’s Joint Cabinet Meeting, organised by Leaders of Tomorrow, paved the way for future leaders and diplomats by giving them a taste of how dynamic Indo-Pak Joint Sessions really are.
Ever wonder what actually goes on behind the decision-making during a war? Read on and see what actually goes on in the minds of people on whose shoulders rests the duty of protecting the lives of an entire nation.
The Joint Crisis Committee of the Indian Research and Analysis Wing (RAW), organised by Leaders of Tomorrow, started off on the back foot. However, after the first few warm up discussions and instructional breaks the meeting began to show progress.
The Moot Court made its debut in this year’s edition of the Youth Parliament by Leaders of Tomorrow. The theme of the Moot court was the 2002 Gujarat Riots: The People versus The State.
What do you get when you bring grammar Nazis, budding poets, and quiz-masters together? Something a lot like Litstock’16