Hues 12: Day 6

Rangoli The halls of CBS never looked as colourful as they did during the rangoli event. Every colour and shade graced the halls as the students created designs and scenes heavily influenced by the Indian culture. Participants had 60 minutes to create a rangoli design using freehand in a 4 by 4 (foot) square without... Continue Reading →

Hues 12: Day four

English Debate At 9 AM, participants gathered at CBS to debate on the topic 'Uniform Civil Code should be implemented in India at the earliest'. The competition was judged by Dr.Karthik(Department of Prosthodontics) and Dr.Arun (Department of Orthodontics). Teams of two participated in the competition, with each speaker getting 5 minutes to put across their... Continue Reading →

Good Pharmacy Practice education conference 2019: Day one

MAHE Association of Pharmacy Students(MAPS) under Manipal College of Pharmaceutical Sciences hosted the first ever Good Pharmacy Practice education conference from 2nd-5th March in India. This was hosted under the banner of the International Pharmaceutical Student Federation(IPSF). At present, MAPS is the only member representing India. The aim of this conference is to implement and... Continue Reading →

GPPed 2019: In conversation with the IPSF-APRO Chairperson, Choi YoonJung

MAHE Association of Pharmacy Students (MAPS) under Manipal College of Pharmaceutical Sciences hosted the first ever Good Pharmacy Practice education conference from 2nd-5th March. This was hosted under the banner of the International Pharmaceutical Student Federation(IPSF). At present, MAPS is the only member representing India. Here we are in conversation with the Chairperson of IPSF Asia-Pacific... Continue Reading →

Life advice from strangers

The train started to slow down, the agonizing sound of the wheels grinding against the tracks seemed to reflect my internal agony. The train had reached Anakapalle, stopping there for only a few minutes before it would resume its journey towards my destination. The station lay barren, with only a few people occupying the small... Continue Reading →

Kidathon – kidstarting daan utsav

The Sunday sun rose casting tiny shadows of little people clad in their sports gear and red caps; the glow on their face putting the sun to shame and the clatter silencing the morning lark’s pride. DaanUtsav is a festival celebrated all across the nation from 2nd to 8th October to spread the message about... Continue Reading →

Pind Punjabi: Conspiring A Paratha Phenomenon

 Living in a cosmopolitan town with all its messes and canteens, hundreds of kilometres away from home becomes surprisingly monotonous. And with the advent of the wicked exam season, life just feels like a cumbersome curse. But the knight in the shining armour or rather the knights who help Manipalites live through these difficult times... Continue Reading →

Festival Of Ideas

The Editorial Board of KMC organized Festival of Ideas from August 30th to September 2nd. Festival of Ideas was centered around the idea that art, music, literature and theatre play a paramount part in defining who we are. With a myriad of colorful craft papers and more than eager hands, the TMA Pai Hall 2... Continue Reading →

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