its funnnnnnnnnnnnnn to b in a college were every thing is done by students u get chance to learn a lot of things
thats true Saumya.. all of us ahve got so much exposure and so many opportunities to explore..
hope the trend continues..
That was very well described its been nine months here and didn't realize how time flew now all of us will be off for interns a new experience and the first step to the corporate world very excited would be a great learning has been all possible because of our college which gives us ample opportunities to prove ourselves and touch heights...
It's been a few months in ISB&M; and life here is way different. Be it academics, the campus or the hostel, we have a different world altogether.
The best part of ISB&M; is “Strict in rules but liberal in thoughts”.
It provides you with ample opportunities to showcase your talent. Also being a student driven college it provides you a platform where you can hone your skills. It caters to the choices of everyone with eight different cells actively working for the benefit of all.
Corporate Relations Cell
Professional Development Cell
Life style Development Cell
The Dandiya night and the Diwali celebrations hosted by LSD cell or the NPL(Nande Premier League) hosted by sports cell and the movie showcased in the auditorium by Tech cell united all to bring a feeling of oneness. It's like a small family out here, a house away from house.
Be it the Forza Event which took place in the month of July where students got an opportunity to perform and they made every sole creature present in the auditorium dumbstruck with their performances.
It's just been 20 days that the third trimester has begun and we have already been loaded with power point presentations and assignments and with the events like Crescendo and Runbhoomi lined up we as a team have engrossed so much into it that our friends have started calling us “Busy Bees”…..its really a fun to work together.
As everyday is a new learning, a new innovation, a new day.
I hope I was able to share a glimpse of how life is at ISB&M;…