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.
Through events that do with all things electric and electronic, Alacrity got students recalling their engineering classes in creative and slightly less traumatic ways
IAESTE organized a two-day certified technical workshop on Computational Fluid Dynamics, Android App Development, and Printed Circuit Board Design, conducted by trained professionals. As IAESTE’s first ‘member benefit’ event it offered a lot to students in terms of the knowledge and skills that they gained from the workshops.
This week, we collaborated with Hashtag by IE CSE on an interview with Mehul Gupta as he elaborates on the Google Summer of Code program and its iterative selection process.
MIT is one of those colleges where every individual finds himself, and the catalyst to this self-discovery has to be the vast plethora of clubs that the institute boasts. The 50-odd clubs, teams and organizations are student-run, and cater to almost every possible interest. Clubs