MIT’s technical fest is back and bigger than ever! If there’s simply too much for you keep up with, you’re unwilling to leave the comfort of your room, or you just want a refreshing take on the happenings, The MIT Post is at your service. Stay tuned for live updates from TechTatva 2018.
And we’re back with our erratic coverage of The Manipal Conclave. To put it subtly, this event has been rather eventful. Besides the return of a seasoned stalwart to the Post’s liveblog, we also have Jatin Sarna, fondly known as Bunty from Sacred Games, taking the stage at The Conclave!
This is The MIT Post, from The Manipal Conclave. We are currently in an half-hour break and still recovering from a mysterious technical issue. We apologise for the lack of content.
It’s five by my Rolex, and we shall wrap it up for the day so that our friends at the Conclave can take over
This pizza’s been roasted well, just like me on our Liveblog.
How’d you know that I have nothing on my profile if you’ve never stalked me?
You shouldn’t have to worry about that since there’s nothing on your LinkedIn profile
Siddharth, we’ve heard of people stalking others on Facebook, Instagram, etc. Why do you stalk people on LinkedIn?
Our food fairy Godmother
If you cant beat ’em, join em (2)
With the sessionals coming up next week, I really wish that was me too.
I really wish that was you, Vignesh
Could someone get me a ‘strip’-per for my wire?
Improvise. Adapt. Overcome.
Just like our fallen brothers, who were dumped in the friend-zone
If only you would have known about this before missing your 8:00 am lab today
Ready for an 8 am class
They’re building something as fragile as my ego
Good, because if it wasn’t for my grades you wouldn’t have any jokes
Siddharth’s GPA falling this sem like..
“If you can’t beat ’em, join ’em”
-Siddhant Sharmeela, 2018
Wrong again, my test scores are less than that
Siddharth, do you know that the Sri Lankan rupee is worth only 43.5% of the Indian rupee? Just like your test scores.
Varun Dhawan, stay away
Me carrying my insecurities
Mukesh after a makeover.
Smack that, all on the floor
Smack that, gimme some more.
Smack that, ’till you get sore
Smack that, oh-oh-oh-oh-oh
Volunteers after receiving their food tokens
Turns out our puns aren’t the only corn-y thing about TT
This is how the gaming organisers control their volunteers.
Me trying to defuse the tension with humour
They see me fallin’
Grab your TT t-shirts and Reminisce Greatness for 200 bucks
With the break of dawn, the arena gets ‘Rob’-bed of its participants. Head over to the arena near FC at 6:30 to witness the clash of steel.
The Wish Wall is a part of the DaanUtsav Celebrations by MIT, the wishes have been collected from the Akshara Academy School Manipal. If you want to contribute you can either buy the particular wish or pay for the same at the desk.
Hello Siddharth. I hope you’re happy with our transition from the MIT Post to the MIT Roast.
Welcome back to our live blog. The theme for this year’s TechTatva is Reminiscing Greatness or as we at The MIT Post call it, yesterday’s roast of Vignesh.
It’s a wrap as these guys do not want me to Post anymore
Rain rain go away. Fuel RC wants to play.
You could print yourself a better brain so that you can come up with better insults
I am pretty sure you are hoping for a better education since you repeatedly fail to spell Siddhant
I’m pretty sure the Sri Lankan team are hoping that their matches will end due to the rain, Siddharth. They wouldn’t have to face the ignominy of a whitewash.
Play has stopped due to rain
At least someone’s enjoying the rain.
Cold comfort for those of us who wanted the cupcakes, but not the carbs
You should check this out, Siddharth. You could print yourself a better face.
But you’re not in the picture
Please don’t endorse the Redmi Note 5 Pro MI Dual Camera.
And you need a life 🙂
Forget attention, you need attendance
Well, my namesake is clearly getting more attention than i do :/
We did not come up with a what’s not list because it would just feature you
Catch the best of TechTatva with our daily newsletter. Find out what was hot, and what the first day of the fest was all about.
Look how far we’ve come from Hot Wheels.
IIT: Let’s train kids early on by telling corporations to open coaching centres.
MIT: Hold my beer.
Stay hydrated fam
“Take up engineering,” they said.
“Lots of employment opportunities,” they said.
How Afghanistan knocked Sri Lanka out of the Asia Cup.
Dangal 2.0: The Manipal Edition.
Loser buys the winner food.
Udupi resident Disha Hegde an alumnus of MIT, says seeing the fest makes her want to do BTech again. Head to the food stalls to get some of her homemade cupcakes.
Grab a copy of the newsletter from our kiosk outside NLH, turns out our friend Nitin doesn’t want any fake candids this TT
She matched with herself, and that pretty much sums up where I stand in the dating scene as well :’)
This event’s got just two participants; but who cares, “After all, it takes just two to tango.”
They’ve made WhatsApp forwards a real thing?
“I learned more about the world through this newsletter than GK class in 5th grade” – manya_sings, one of the few who successfully solved yesterday’s crossword and trivia.
The bot standing on my sessional marks, trying to get to the marks I wish for
The poor guy looks bamboozled. They said EEE was tough, sigh.
Is our newsletter helping you stay up in class? You’re welcome 🙂
…and they burp butterflies. PnP spreading art all over :’)
That’s a lot of people queueing up for paintball. Looks like they want to shoot their friends and watch them ‘dye’.
Welcome back to the second day of TechTatva’18. This year’s theme is Reminiscing Greatness or as we at The MIT Post call it yesterday’s liveblog.
So on that negative note, we shall wrap up for the day
Me chasing my dreams.
Me, taking my laundry back home
Too young for beer pong? Informals has got your back.
It’s not a bird, it’s not a plane…what is it, though?
Even the doggo can’t contain its excitement. Head over to the arena for Robowars!
Hopefully, the food will be a lot better this time.
Usher’s new single: Love in this Tent
Please, don’t eat me
Suitable for transporting humans ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)
The theme for this TechTatva is Reminiscing Greatness or as the Sri Lankan cricket team calls it, two years ago.
If you thought JEE was competitive, you should give our crossword a try
Escaping the Food Court be like
Modiji must be so proud of you, Vedant Seagull
The Post staff after working all night during TechTatva
Such Percy Jackson references Siddharth :’)
Fuel Swatch Bharat RC
Who pissed Zeus off?
Handy way to get some personal space on those crowded Mumbai locals
If you are hungry for some attention, solve the crossword puzzle in our newsletter and get a chance to get featured on our liveblog.
If you’re in the mood for something better than that guy, look into our newsletters for some 90’s nostalgia.
Welcome to TechTatva’18, we hope you guys have all the fun stuff planned out for the next four days
It is almost 2 am and the campus is still buzzing with activity –MIT is really gearing up for TechTatva’18.
Greetings from The Post Office!
Less than a day to go for TechTatva’18 and preparations are in full swing.
We’ve claimed the AB1 corridors as our unofficial work space until NLH doors reopen at 12 AM.
See you soon!