Manipal Institute of Technology, MAHE students emerged with flying colours at the just concluded Iim Bangalore Cultural fest, Unmaad. It was a hat-trick of wins for MIT at the fest, which was held from February 2 to 4, 2018. The students excelled in a number of literary and dramatics events to clinch the overall championship.
The MIT contingent comprised students from first year to the fourth. The performance this year was better than the previous years and what was encouraging was the fact that many first year students prevailed over more seasoned seniors from other colleges.
Aaina Dramatics of MIT managed to clinch the much coveted Curtain Call event, while also bagging the Best Direction and Best Actor awards. Members of MIT’s Literary, Debate and Quiz Club swept most of the literary events, with Amandeep Singh Kalsi claiming the ‘Best Literary Award’ in addition to his many accolades.
While MIT’s students also shone in the Hindi poetry event, Nishit Singh Chauhan and Vidushee also claimed the elusive titles of Unmaad and Unmaad respectively.