Mechatron had robotic enthusiasts covered during the four days of TechTatva’19. Robopong, Operation Shutout and KickOff saw a surge in adrenaline levels as contestants competed in robotic versions of popular games, while Chakravyuh challenged competitors through an interesting twist in a technical quiz.
On 26th October, fans of anime flocked to NLH 203 to attend The Anime Quiz, one of the most popular events hosted by the Manga and Anime Club. Although participants pondered over an array of challenging questions, they were kept entertained throughout the event.
The Literary, Debate, and Quiz Club organised a Harry Potter Quiz calling Potterheads of all years to take part. With a variety of questions from all the different areas of Harry Potter lore, the quiz witnessed an intense quiz-off from the participants, each eager to prove that they were the bigger fan of the series.
The Manga and Anime Club’s Quiz brought all the anime aficionados of MIT together for an ultimate showdown. With an array of challenging questions and entertaining rounds, the event had participants at the edge of their seats the whole time.
The Business Quiz organised by ESoM brought together students who like to invest their time in understanding banking, finance and economics. The quiz proved to be an eye-opener as participants raced against the clock to crack the mysteries behind the bear and bull markets.
A nerd’s paradise, with a plethora of quizzes and treasure hunts—Acumen appealed to all the brainiacs of Manipal.
With riddles, quips, and quizzes, the Literary, Debate, and Quiz (LDQ) club of MIT recently hosted Lingquiztics’18. The event garnered attention from quiz-masters hailing from Manipal, Goa, and Kochi, for a weekend celebrating the literary arts in all its glory.
The literary aficionados enjoyed themselves thoroughly in Litstock—a freshers fest organised by the Official Literary, Debate, and Quiz Club of Manipal.
Major Chandrakant Nair talks about the army and quizzing in India – in conversation with The MIT Post.
Be it the quizzes or the light-hearted literary Techathlon, Questionable Intelligence tested the ability to think and deduce, as one of the non-technical categories of Tech Tatva.