Diving into a world of ideas an innovations, Paper Presentation provided a platform for students all over to showcase their research. With a whopping outstation participation of 48 teams, Paper Presentation succeeded in aggregating a multitude of research proposals.
Medicine and Technology came together in Epsilon’s events as participants learned the workings of various medical appliances. With a strong participation, the students left having had a practical experience of rigging circuits and understanding and identifying the technologies used in medical science.
Airborne took its participants on a joy ride as they learned to build blimps, hovercraft, and drones. With its wide variety of events, this category had something in store for every aeronautics enthusiast looking to learn something new.
A nerd’s paradise, with a plethora of quizzes and treasure hunts—Acumen appealed to all the brainiacs of Manipal.
MIT conducted it’s first ever national level flying competition, Skyrush during TechTatva’18. It was the perfect competition for aero-enthusiasts all around the country to showcase their skills in making aircraft and piloting them.
With its assortment of quizzes, Questionable Intelligence was a know-it-all’s paradise. So if you are a quizzing buff, this is the category for you.
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