As a duly recognized Engineering fraternity with an initiative for service, the Beta Epsilon Fraternity organizes several events throughout the year.
MSK, also known as “Maskipaps”, is an anything goes variety show during the engineering week. The name is a contraction of the phrase “Maski-papaano”. Over the years, the event became a fashion show which eventually evolved into a performance art competition that portrays an issue. The first Maskipaps was staged in 1978 during the term of MEB Robbie Fabian BE '75. Originally, only organizations from the College of Engineering participated in Maskipaps. The organizations presented a variety of rehearsed and unrehearsed entertainment numbers. As the event became more popular, organizations outside the College also started contributing presentations. A student survey in the 80’s revealed that the event became the second most-awaited annual event in the University, with the first being the Lantern Parade.