TechTatva’s latest edition of ‘Cheminova’ brilliantly succeeded in sparking one’s curiosity in chemistry, harnessing the versatility of chemicals to highlight what chemical engineering is capable of.
This TechTatva saw the birth of Chrysalis – a category that solely focused on the field of Biotechnology and its many applications.
For all the budding engineers waiting to solve the next Enigma Code, Turing was the category to watch out for as it catered to every coder’s delight.
‘Energia’ put the spotlight on electronic circuits while simultaneously building intrigue for green technology, and sustainable, responsible engineering.
Airborne the category of TechTatva’16 for all the aviation geeks on campus. The events ranged from building a rocket launcher to sailplane-like gliders and flapping wing ornithopters.
If you are the kind of person who uses brains to beat brawn. If you prefer an evening in the library to one in MARENA, and if you want to be the very best-like no one ever was, then Acumen is the category for you.
You could be a seasoned coder in C++ or one of the other known languages, and then you would have to go ahead and forget it all for Decepticode. This event took the participants back to the basics by giving them the documentation of an
Flight of Fantasy definitely wasn’t one of your average everyday events: you weren’t allowed to walk in without any prior knowledge about aviation, because this event was just not that simple. A four day workshop was conducted before TechTatva which taught the participants all they
The favourite week of the odd semester is here. The college has been gearing up for this for the past couple of weeks, and so have we. With TechTatva15′ in the backdrop, The MIT Post is immensely proud to present to you our inaugural Podcast. TechTatva has