In an age when no one is satisfied with life, stress is booming, and competition to succeed is debilitating, drug usage is at its peak. Students are the primary victims, and there is an urgent need to delve into the problem, recognise its nuances, and find long-term solutions to combat it.
The MIT Post’s latest endeavor is to create a database of the myriad clubs, student societies, and student projects present in Manipal. We plan to increase the awareness of every MITian about the activities going on inside and outside the campus. Here is a list of all the different student bodies, both official, non official and hobby clubs, that an MITian can be a part of. We hope that you find a club which is tailored to your skills and interests.
Students from the third year mentored their juniors from second-year on how to handle the plethora of opportunities and troubles that they will encounter. The juniors were given tips to handle academic and non-academic activities simultaneously. Students across branches are looking forward to the resumption of classes in college along with being ready to plunge into newer opportunities and create new memories.
The Research Society, a new and upcoming club in Manipal, recently conducted a webinar for students interested in research. Upamanyu Ghose, an alumni at the institute, spoke to students about the significance of research and the inspirations that facilitated his dive into it.
With the country gradually lifting lockdown, there is no knowing when students stranded in Manipal will be able to make their way home. Living away from family and friends for an indefinite amount of time has its pitfalls. However, MIT is doing all it can to ensure their students are well taken care of.
The Smart India Hackathon, one of the biggest in the world, was organised in MIT, Manipal on the 2nd and 3rd of March, 2019. It was a gruelling competitive coding event, which saw 24 teams from all over the country participate in the event in Manipal. The Hackathon encouraged students to work towards finding solutions to real-world problems that were presented by industry professionals.
The Youth Speak Forum is a premise event organized by the student-run body, AIESEC. The event shall witness speakers from various spheres of life addressing important issues. Read on to find out more.
14th January 2018 witnessed the entire college coming forth to celebrate the season’s first harvest festival- Pongal. With beautiful decorations, mouthwatering dishes, and mesmerizing cultural performances, this campus celebration ensured every student felt at home. Read on to find out more!
The article brings forth the very pertinent issue of student suicides- a problem that needs immediate attention and a definite solution. Read on to find out what actually goes on in a student’s mind when the going gets tough.
Not very long ago, the U.S. Senate approved a bill aimed at comprehensive immigration reforms, which needless to say, have not been very populist. With the task of curbing the continued influx of immigrants in mind, formulating complex policies has been the norm. Countries all across the globe