The students of Manipal, led by the NCC Cadets, paid a fitting tribute to the brave souls fighting for our country on the occasion of Army Day at a military demonstration and five-kilometre run organised by the Manipal Runners’ Club.
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.
The third annual, International day of Yoga was celebrated all across the world on the 21st of June. Manipal was no different, seeing about 200 participants flocking to the MIT Food Court despite the rains.
June 21st. A day which holds special significance because it is said to be the ‘longest day of the year.’ On this day, last year the first ever International Day of Yoga was celebrated. The success and the support of people from all over the world encouraged this year’s celebration to be even bigger. Manipal University staying true to it’s mantra of being a ‘holistic learning environment’ celebrated this day on a grand scale at the MIT Campus, Manipal.
The NCC Night Camp was a welcomed escape from the mundane routine of classes and assignments. As the cadre met for the last time this year, it was an event that all its participants would cherish forever.
On what rests the hope of the Republic? One country, one language, one flag Alexander Henry Although untrue in its entirety, especially for a country as diverse as India, this is something worth thinking over, that even with more than a century of torturous history, the