The MIT Post was in conversation with Nikhil Kumar, a third-year MIT student who is the President of the Manipal Chapter of Enactus and Pratiksha Das, the PR Head, as they explained Enactus’s aim to foster entrepreneurial ideas that have profound social impacts and contribute to the community in a meaningful way.
The Manipal Hackathon was an enthralling competition as teams tried their best to develop solutions for real-world problems. The theme for this year was ‘Limitless Mind—Learn, Lead, and Live without barriers.’ Read on to know more.
The MIT Post recently got the chance to chat with Mrs Seemantini Khot, a social worker who has guided many communities to a brighter future. Through her knowledge and skills, she had helped people become self-sufficient by enabling them to make the most of the resources available to them.
Ek Sangharsh conducted a drawing competition for the students of a nearby government primary school. Aside from being a noble cause, it was an enjoyable event that allowed the volunteers and the students to let loose for a while and just have fun.
AIESEC opens their Local Volunteering project through which they wish to bring about changes around Manipal through volunteering opportunities. Through their latest venture, a Clean-Up Drive, a collective effort had let them clean up a place as big as the RC Grounds within two hours. Their program is open to everyone who wishes to chance Manipal for the better.
“Imagine all the people, sharing all the world,” were the words John Lennon used to urge the world to embrace differences in race and religion, and to live together in harmony and peace. He lived and died in the hope that someday, everybody would share his ideas