Open Electives offer you the opportunity to take up a subject well-tailored to your interests, but making the right choice is not always an easy decision. To help you know your options and decide what’s best for you, here is a list of all the Open Electives on offer for the fifth semester.
As most of the world is facing a lockdown, some people do not have access to most basic necessities.
We take a look at some initiatives taken by MAHE students and alumni, who are fighting against this consequence of the pandemic by organising fundraisers, providing food and sanitation to the needy, and much more.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology recently organised an international virtual Hackathon to tackle the major problems related to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Two teams with students hailing from Manipal Institute of Technology placed first in their respective tracks by building innovative solutions and tackling real-world problems effectively.
IOSD organised an interactive tech-talk session between the students and Miri Rodriguez, the global head of Internship at Microsoft. The students were briefed on the nuances of working in the corporate world and the various opportunities available to them at Microsoft. The importance of empathy in a workspace was also stressed upon by the speaker as she interacted with the audience.
Two professors from MAHE, Dr Krishnamurthy Bhat and Dr Anish Warrier, recently participated in a research expedition to the continent of Antarctica. The MIT Post got a chance to speak to the pair and learn about their journey, their research, and life at the South Pole.
On the late Sunday afternoon of 1 March, 2020, RedX in collaboration with the KMC Blood Bank organised their first blood donation drive. With the hopes of garnering people for a social cause, the club held their event prior to the college’s much awaited cultural festival—Revels.
One of the most important student bodies in MIT, the Student Council, is an example of indirect democracy in action. These elected individuals form the link between the student populace and the authorities. In this article, the members of the Council share their motivations for running for office and their goals for the coming year.
The MIT Sports Club conducted an Open Swimming Tournament for students of all years on 28th January. It saw participants putting on a tough fight, with almost all races concluding with close finishes.
On the occasion of India’s 71st Republic Day, Manipal had witnessed celebrations throughout the day. Starting early with a flag hoisting ceremony and march, and ending with an evening filled with music and dance, it was a lovely way to commemorate this landmark event.
Recently, The MIT Post had the privilege of interviewing two of the brightest minds on campus; Jithin Sunny and Akshatha Kamath. Victors at Stanford’s Health ++ Hackathon, they share their experience and advice for prospective participants in this interview.