February 14th, 2019 The Department of Commerce was the hub of excitement, on the morning of February 14 – with the commencement of the 8th edition of Conscendo. Conscendo which means ‘to embark’ was a management fest organized by the Department of Commerce. It intended to expose the students to the integrity of the corporate... Continue Reading →

Pro.Verb: Day 3

Pro.Verb 2018 saw a participation of 28 teams from both sister colleges of MAHE and colleges from across the country. The Core Adjudicators present throughout the three days of the tournament came all the way from Delhi and Bangalore. The tournament is organised every year by Y.E.L.L, the Literary and Debating Club of SOC, in... Continue Reading →

An Open Letter to Freshmen

Dear Freshers, You’ve probably been dreaming of college all your life, and it’s finally here! You must be insanely excited, maybe a little scared, even apprehensive? I know it must feel so strange, to be leaving home and having to call your own shots now. You’ll miss your old school, your friends, all the memories... Continue Reading →

An Ode to Seniors

  While you embark on this gateway to life called college, much of you will be moulded by those around you: people you see everyday in class, the interactions with the SP anna, cleaning and shopkeeper annas. However, a focal point of college is the percolation of knowledge and experiences from juniors and seniors alike.... Continue Reading →

Be A Black Hole— Pack Light

Gone are the days where your parents are freely available at your disposal to tend to your everyday needs— where your mom lies about the time in order to wake you up and get you ready for school. Welcome to grade 13, welcome to college. You need to fend for yourself here. Or you know,... Continue Reading →

The Beginning of an End

He stood across the road, facing a dingy looking club with a disyllabic name, and wondered what memories would be made here. She walked in with two trolleys—one in each hand. One blue, one red (too bad, for cliché VIP trolleys), one trekking bag on her back, and one on the front. She was greeted... Continue Reading →

The Making of Invictus

The sceptic in 1953 would have looked at the barren fields of Manipal and expressed disappointment and helplessness over the future of a place which was in such an advanced state of decay. However, Dr. Tonse Madhava Ananth Pai was no sceptic. His prognostication of this desolate land has resulted in generations trickling down through... Continue Reading →


The MCODS chapter of Student Research Forum held its first annual scientific meet and inter-collegiate poster competition, SRF RISE 2016 on 19th October, commemorating a year of its inception. The event was held at TMA Pai Hall and had two segments. The morning session comprised of lectures by three esteemed guests. The afternoon session had... Continue Reading →

Tribute to the Oldies: Placement Edition

“CONGRATS to the 5 xyz company selects and expecting them to distribute sweets in their respective departments, for their success and take the blessings of all their faculty (teaching & non-teaching) who have helped them, achieve their dreams. MIT and MU wishes you all the very best for your bright future.”  The iconic post of... Continue Reading →

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