Raghunath Manohar, an engineer at MIT, is the sole inventor of a lens system that revolutionised the existing telescope technology and went on to become a military standard. His decades’ long journey is filled with stories of struggle, perseverance and eventually, success.
The NCC Contingent of MIT hosted an exhibition on 15th January in celebration of National Army Day. It featured a variety of stalls displaying battle formations, engineering gadgets used on-field, and a few guns used by army soldiers as well. The exhibition attracted the eyes of many students and staff while giving them a small glimpse into the life of an Indian soldier.
As we mark India’s 68th Republic Day, here’s an insight into the opportunities the Indian Armed Forces has to offer to the recently graduated engineer.
Serving in the Indian armed forces provides access to a certain lifestyle. But the Army itself serves a distinct purpose in contemporary society. Its existence has become essential to shaping civilizations that are free of conflict and hence driving the essence of humanity. Thus, the