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Rajat-Gupta

Rajat Gupta

Q1. Did you encounter a dilemma in choosing between a technical and a non-technical profile? How did you resolve it? 

Ans:- I was sure that I wanted to be in a tech job since first year.

 

Q2. After choosing your profile, how did you prepare for the Placement Season? Any advice you would like to impart to your juniors? (Any setbacks, pitfalls or tricks you learnt.)

Ans:- As tech was my calling , I started exploring various opportunities in my sophomore year, also I tried to strengthen fundamentals and keep my concepts clear. Worked in the college societies to gain practical exposure, but that also gave me a lot to learn. I believe the more you do, the more you learn. So my advice would be that one should first explore to find an area which interests him/her and then build a skill set accordingly.

There will be hurdles initially but be determined and it will all end up well.

 

Q3. Please tell us something about your placement procedure at Amadeus. What is the procedure that is followed for short listing the students at Amadeus?

Ans:- The procedure at Amadeus was simple.

The screening round had an aptitude test consisting of questions on logical reasoning and data interpretation , This basically tested our speed and numerical accuracy. The shortlisted students went through 3 interview rounds - 2 technical and 1HR.

 

Q4. How did your interviews/GDs go? Any anecdote you would like to share with us.

Ans:- The first tech interview had questions from Data Structures ,DBMS and Algorithms.

The interviewer also grilled me on my resume (so please mention only what you really know ).

The second tech round was focussed primarily on Operating System Concepts and a bit of system architecture (As I had it on my resume).

The HR had usual questions on why Amadeus and whether I had any issues in relocating.

 

Q5.1. According to you, what’s the role of academics and percentage in getting a good placement? You can also mention any projects you did.

Ans:- Academics does indeed play an important role, Our curriculum though a bit old , encompasses some pretty important topics such as Data Structures, Algorithms, Operating System, Computer Architecture etc.

As far as percentage is concerned it is there as an initial cut off , having 70% is recommended as this would make you eligible for almost all companies.

However beyond the initial shortlist its your merit that will take you through.

 

 

Q5.2. Would you like to give any advice on how to approach Teachers/Professors for

performing projects under them? (Please answer this question if you have done any projects, else you can ignore this.)

Ans:- Teachers in our college really appreciate projects undertaken by students, In case you have an idea of your own, find out which faculty member has that domain in his/her research interests and approach him/her . You may want to read up a bit if the domain is new to you.

If instead you are interested in a particular domain , read up a bit on it and approach the concerned faculty .

 

Q6. Did you do intern anywhere else before sitting for Amadeus? How was your experience there?

Ans:- I interned at Refiral as a PHP/JS developer. The place provided me exposure to Start Up culture and helped me gain insights in professional software development.

 

Q7.Did you join any College Society or Club? Do you feel that they make any impact over one's Overall Personality and Skill set?

Ans:- I am an active member of several societies such as CSI,NSITOnline and also Aagaaz.

Joining societies does impact one's personality and skill set. You get to meet and learn from so many amazing people, develop team spirit and a few leadership skills as well.

 

Q8. What are your future plans? (Higher Studies or start up or anything else under the sun).

Ans:- I believe in giving the best at present, So Let's see what life has in store :)

 

Q9.What areas would you suggest a beginner to start with for getting acquainted with

programming?

Ans:- In my opinion one should first get a grip on basic blocks by learning a simple language such as C. Once that is done, build up your data structures and Algorithms in small steps.

Practice is the key here :- Code every little exercise on your laptop /PC

 

Q10.What initiated the passion for coding in you? Were you into Programming during your School Life as well?

Ans:-As a child  I was intrigued on how a computer can do so varied tasks, When I got to exploring CS , I was amazed by how simple Concepts can be used to solve complex problems and this is what got me into coding. Although I had CS at +2 , I hadn't really programmed much until college.

 

Q11.What importance does competitive coding and development carry in regards with

placement?

Ans:- Both are important in their own right. While competitive coding develops your speed, accuracy and Algorithm Design skills, Development exposes you to Architecture and System Design side as well .

 

Q12. Would you like to mention some online resources that helped you during your preparation?

Ans:- Codechef and Topcoder tutorials, g4g ,nptel and MIT Ocw contain good study materials and lectures on CS. Also coursera has some great courses to offer as well.

 

Q13. There must have been times when you felt demotivated. How did you cheer yourself up during those times?

Ans:- I believe that you dont get what you want but get what you need. So whenever i didnt get through i knew something better awaited me.

Q14. What is one thing about college that you are going to miss the most?

Ans:- The atmosphere ! The culture here is just so Amazing , it really grooms you as a person.

Q15. Getting a job in such a reputed company would you like to reminisce the incredible moment with us.

Ans:- I was elated when my name was announced,(Finally no more formals :p)

Pulkit-Aggarwal

Pulkit Aggarwal

Q1. Did you encounter a dilemma in choosing between a technical and a non-technical profile? How did you resolve it?  

Ans) No, I was always sure to choose the technical profile.

 

Q2. After choosing your profile, how did you prepare for the Placement Season? Any advice you would like to impart to your juniors? (Any setbacks, pitfalls or tricks you learnt.)

Ans) For technical profile, geeksforgeeks is your bible. I will suggest students to be thorough with each and every topic listed on geeksforgeeks as it has been seen that many of the times same questions are asked in the interviews. In interviews, questions are mostly from Algorithm, data structure, OS,DBMS , OOPS and networking. So I would recommend the students to be thorough with each of these subjects. Also I would recommend students to regularly practice on various online judges as they helps a lot in improving problem solving skills.  Performing well on online judges gives good impression to the interviewer as it shows your interest in programming apart from programming in your curriculum. One piece of advice that I would like to give is to never lose hope during placement season. Start preparation early as companies will be visiting on every day basis. So there won’t be any time during the placement season.

 

Q3. Please tell us something about your placement procedure at Informatica. What is the Procedure that is followed for short listing the students at Informatica?

Ans) Informatica had 7 rounds of interviews which comprised of 2 online tests , 4 technical face to face interviews followed by HR. First online round was a mcq round which consisted of 4 sections. This round was followed by another online test which consisted of OOPS debugging and 3 simple algorithm question. The technical interviews consisted questions from data structures, algorithm, OOPS, OS, system design, DBMS. I would recommend students to be prepared with projects written on the resume as they will be discussed in the interviews and questions based on them will be asked.

 

Q4. How did your interviews/GDs go? Any anecdote you would like to share with us.

Ans) Interviews went fine. I would recommend students to be confident during the interviews and start telling their solution from brute force and try improving their solution from it. It shows the interviewer that you have actually understood the problem and have not mugged the most optimized solution.

 

Q5.1. According to you, what’s the role of academics and percentage in getting a good placement? You can also mention any projects you did.

Ans) Academic is important just for clearing cutoffs. Apart from that only your technical knowledge will help you clear the interviews. So I will recommend to keep the percentage above 70. Students should try to score good in 1st and 2nd semesters as courses are easy early on. Doing this will take the pressure off you to maintain a decent percentage and you can work on projects or can do competitive programming which will actually help you in the interviews.

 

Q5.2. Would you like to give any advice on how to approach Teachers/Professors for performing projects under them? (Please answer this question if you have done any projects, else you can ignore this.)

Ans) Students should firstly explore their research interest before approaching professors. It shows that the student is motivated to work. Many professors will tell you to come later but you should keep bugging them.

 

Q6. Did you do intern anywhere else before sitting for Informatica? How was your experience there?

Ans) No I didn’t intern anywhere.

 

Q7.Did you join any College Society or Club? Do you feel that they make any impact over one's Overall Personality and Skill set?

Ans) I am a web team member of NSITonline. Joining a society helps you to network with your seniors and juniors. I feel there is very limited senior junior interaction in NSIT. So societies are a great way to network with other people and learn from their experiences.

 

Q8. What are your future plans? (Higher Studies or start up or anything else under the sun.)

Ans) I am not currently sure. Let’s see how things turn out.

 

Q9.What areas would you suggest a beginner to start with for getting acquainted with programming?

Ans) I would recommend students to start with Let us C by Yashwant Kanetkar. It will help them to get familiar with basic concepts of C. During this phase, students should also start solving problems on codechef starting from the most solved problem. One thing a beginner should do is implement everything. Many a times student have decent problem solving skills but perform poorly when it comes to implementation. So student should work on this skill from the beginning.

 

Q10.What initiated the passion for coding in you? Were you into Programming during your School Life as well?

Ans) I had C++ as a part of my curriculum in school. Computers always interested me. So getting into programming was an obvious choice for me.

 

Q11.What importance does competitive coding and development carry in regards with placement?

Ans) I think competitive programming is very important. It helps you develop problem solving skills which is very important for career growth as a programmer.  Companies mainly asks data structure & Algorithm problems. So by doing competitive programming you develop the required skills.

 

Q12. Would you like to mention some online resources that helped you during your preparation?

 Ans) Geeksforgeeks,leetcode, interviewbit, careercup, codechef

 

Q13. There must have been times when you felt demotivated. How did you cheer yourself up during those times?

Ans) The hunger to excel is my motivation. There had been lot of ups and down in college but hunger allowed me to carry on.

Q14. What is one thing about college that you are going to miss the most?
Ans)  One thing I miss the most is the free time one gets in NSIT. You can do whatever you want as the academic pressure is less. So you can just chill out whole day in canteen or just work your way to the get to the top.

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Ikshu Bhalla

Ikshu Bhalla 

1. Please tell us something about your placement procedure at Google.

I applied off campus for the position of software engineering intern at Google India in the third year of my college. I had a couple of telephonic interviews after which received the internship offer. I interned at their Bangalore office for the months of June-July and at the end of internship, I had pre placement interviews. The feedback from the interviews and the feedback given by the mentor and a team member about the internship performance is taken into account, following which I landed with the offer.

2. What is the Procedure that is followed for short listing the students?

For internship: I’m not quite sure if any shortlisting took place before the interviews were done. Following interviews, result is based on the interview feedbacks alone as far as I know.

For full time: The process I went through wasn’t the same as the on-campus process. All the interns were given a chance to give pre placement interviews. Though, for on-campus process, this year there was an online coding round.

3. Do you have any incident in mind that you'd like to share with us that happened during one of the Interviews/GDs?

I was once pretty anxious before one of my interviews and the interviewer could gauge that pretty easily. He was then very friendly with me all through, quite helping. I could do a questions I couldn’t have thought of doing probably outside the interview time. So in general, I learnt that thinking of interviewer as just another person discussing questions with you can make your interview go great.

4. How did you prepare for the Placement Season? What advice would you like to give to your juniors regarding the placement season?

Since I was interning (which was quite important as internship feedback mattered in getting the full time offer), I didn’t really have a lot of time to prepare for the placements. I only had the time to brush up the essentials required for any placement interviews/written rounds. I mostly relied on whatever I had done till before my internship began and honestly, I felt that I was underprepared for the placement season not knowing much about concepts of OS, DBMS etc.

So, one piece of advice that I can give to my juniors is to be geared up for placements beforehand if they’re interning as those not interning will have those 2 months of extra time to prepare. They should do as much as they can before their internship.

5. What is the role of Academics in getting a good placement?

Given the kind of subjects we study at NSIT(talking about COE specifically), only the concepts learned in few subjects like Data structures, OS, DMBS may eventually be of any help for placements. Rest of it has to be done on our own (MOOCs/competitive programming etc.). As far as the marks go, anything above 70-75% should do.

6. What all internships and projects you did in your 4 years at NSIT? How did you get them?

I did just one intern at Google. I didn’t do any projects apart from minor class projects (which don’t count I think).

7. Would you like to give any advice on how to approach Teachers/Professors for performing projects under them?

Shooting vague, generic mails to several professors at a time is a big NO. One should have some idea(s) in mind and approach suitable professor with a personalized mail. Sending mails like “Please take me for a project under you” doesn’t help. Sending out mail asking for a meeting with them to discuss your ideas, meeting them and then asking for their guidance (working under them) might just be a better idea.

8. Are you planning to do higher studies in near future? Did you take CAT/GMAT exam last year?

Yes, I am planning to do so after a couple of years of work experience.

No I haven’t taken any exams yet.

9. Would you like to give any piece of advice to your juniors to tackle a tricky situation? Would you like to share any such Personal Experience where the Interviewer caught you Off Guard? 

Be vocal. Being vocal in interviews can greatly affect your chances. It expresses your confidence. Thinking out loud, rather than being quiet and keeping all your thoughts in your mind helps. If you are thinking off track, interviewer can quickly correct you saving the precious interview time you’d spend thinking wrong all by yourself. She/He will encourage your thoughts if you are doing it right. It’s a win-win. Specifically in tricky situations, being calm, penning down your thoughts to draw conclusions, interacting with the interviewer may help.

In one my internship interviews, I was asked a design question (keeping in mind OS concepts like race, deadlock etc.), for which I had zero preparation and expectation at that time. I told my interviewer about my limitations with those subjects, discussed my ideas with him and in the end came out fairly well out of the deadlock (pun intended :P ).

10. What areas would you suggest a beginner to start with for getting acquainted with programming?

For a beginner, developing a good hand at coding is the first step. From personal experience, I would suggest starting with competitive programming on one or several online judges. One can also do courses like Design and Analysis of Algorithms by Tim Roughgarden on coursera.

11. What initiated the passion for coding in you? Were You into Programming during your School Life as well?

Several of my seniors getting places at great companies was a good driving force to make me test my hands at competitive programming. Once I tried it, I found it very addictive and absorbing. From there on I continued it for quite some time.

No, I wasn’t into programming remotely in school.

12. Have You ever been considered a Nerd by your Friends because of your interest in Programming? What kept you going for all these years?

Haha, my friends would be able to answer that better, but I don’t think they do.

Competitive programming is fascinating enough to keep one going on with it for a long time. I was passionate about it, and wanted to rank good. Also, trying to match up to the competition from all over India was a great driving force.

13. How did the class environment helped in shaping what you are today? Were you distracted by the fact that many Juniors idolized you?

That’s definitely an overstatement and I disagree with it strongly. I think my juniors are much smarter :P

One good thing about NSIT is peers. Everyone in class is brilliant. The environment is very competitive and keeps one on the toes to do better.

14. What helped you sail through the hurdles and crack one of the finest Tech firm recruiting at NSIT?

It’s never one thing that helps one do good. Constantly working passionately, trying to achieve something different and worthy helped me all through. I always kept in mind that it is not just about working hard, it’s about working smart. Effort must be put in at the right place otherwise it’s futile.

15. Did you join any College Society or Club? Do you feel that they make any impact over one's Overall Personality and Skill set?

I was associated with Debating Society for a short period of time. Joining societies helps only if one works full time and with dedication. It might help make one more vocal and confident.

16. How would you rate the interaction between seniors and juniors in NSIT?

Pretty bad. The only interaction seems to be through facebook messages and stuff. The fault lies on part of both seniors and juniors. No one takes much effort so nothing happens. That is surely something that needs big improvement as guidance given by seniors will help in places we'd expect the least(helped me for sure).

17. Is there anything that you would like to change about NSIT?

A lot can change here. I don’t think it’ll be even possible/ worth it to write it here.

18. Would you like to share any Memorable experience that You had in your College Life?

The time spent with friends, in and out of college, is the best time. I think it’ll be injustice to pen down only one as memorable.

Jigya Yadav

1. Please tell us something about the placement procedure at Microsoft. What is the Procedure that is followed for short listing the students?

I did not sit for the placement process, since I got a PPO after my internship. Based on your work during the internship, your manager recommends you for a Pre- Placement Interview. There are 2-3 interviews, where the interviewer normally asks about the work you did during your internship. There are a couple of technical questions. Based majorly on these interviews and partly on your performance during the internship, a PPO is  offered.

2. Do you have any incident in mind that You'd like to share with us that happened during one of the Interviews/GDs? (Any incidence where the Interviewer might have caught you Off Guard)
There is no such major incident that comes to mind. However, I did get a piece of advice from the interviewer after one of my pre placement interviews. I was very prompt in answering 1-2 of the coding questions, since I had already seen them before. He advised me to still think about the question even if I knew it, and to not directly delve into the code. Also, be honest if the interviewer asks you if you have seen the question.

3. Did you prepare for the Placement season as well? What advice would you like to give to your juniors regarding the placement season?
I got a PPO so didn’t have to go through the placement season. Before my PPIs, I only had time to try and solve a few questions. I would suggest everyone to target a PPO.

4. What is the role of Academics in getting a good placement? Is there a benchmark for Students aiming for High Profile Companies like Microsoft?
Microsoft has a strict 70% cut-off, except that I don’t feel interviewers judge you on your percentage. However, subjects like Database, Operating Systems, Compilers etc. should be studied seriously, since they help you in your internship and placements.
 
5. What all internships and projects you did in your 4 years at NSIT? How did you get them?
I only did the internship at Microsoft. I got it through the internship process on campus.

6. Would you like to giveany advice on how to approach Teachers/Professors for performing projects under them?
I think you can just go and talk to them. But do have a proposal in your mind or at least a field you are interested in.

7. Were you faced with the dilemma of choosing between Tech Profile or Non - Tech Profile? How did you overcome that?
No, I knew I wanted to choose the Tech Profile.

8. Are you planning to do higher studies in near future? Did you take CAT/GMAT exam last year?
Yes. I am not sure about pursuing a MBA or a MS in Computer sciences. No, I did not take CAT/GMAT.

9.Are You into coding? What initiated the passion for coding in you? Were You into Programming during your School Life as well?
I did not have Computer Science in school. I started coding mainly after the Introduction to Programming Course in the second semester. Then I started with solving problems on Online Judges like Codechef, Spoj etc.

10. What areas would you suggest a beginner to start with for getting acquainted with programming?
I think you can start with a couple of online courses such as Stanford CS106A, Algorithms and Data Structures courses on Coursera etc.

11. How did the class environment helped in shaping what you are today?
The class environment helps because of the interactions you have with your peers. It is what makes college fun and helps you learn

12. Did you join any College Society or Club? Do you feel that they make any impact over one's Overall Personality and Skill set?
I didn’t join any except attending a few FES sessions and joining Rotaract. However, I did not work a lot for either. They do improve interaction, I think.
 
13.How would you rate the interaction between seniors and juniors in NSIT?
I had enough interaction. Most people are helpful and ready to answer all your queries. Though I believe we NSITians are not too social.

14. Is there anything that you would like to change about NSIT?
Standardized Grading(CGPA)
Credit based classes with options
Good Canteens

Kunal Ahuja

Kunal Ahuja, placed at Bain Capability Center shares his experience with Krishan Singh.

 

Please tell us about your placement procedure at Bain Capability Center. (Short listing procedure, GDs, Interviews)

 

The BCC has a rather extensive recruitment procedure. Everything is done by marking you at every step according to criterion followed by Bain all over the world. There is no general “This person feels right for the job approach”; the process is extremely metric. The first step is the company presentation which probably as important as any other stage of the process. This is followed by a resume and cover letter based short listing. Next is a written case study/general business sense testing round. This is not an elimination stage and is followed by 2 stages of interviews. The first stage involves 2 rounds of guess estimates, both of which have an HR component as well. Each of these 2 interviews is roughly of 30 minutes. After elimination at this stage, based on the written test and the 2 guess estimate interviews, there is a short list for the final stage – the case study round. This interview is roughly of 40 minutes and also has an HR component. Even after this if the recruiters are unsure of your candidature; they could take more rounds which could have guess estimates or case studies.

 

 

What helped you sail through the hurdles and crack one of the finest non-tech firm recruiting at NSIT.

 

The two most important things that I feel helped me clear the process were – my composure and my approach to the whole process. I never got overwhelmed by the situation and looked to clear every step one by one. At each stage I wasn’t thinking of cracking the firm eventually, instead I focused on the interview I was stepping into and nothing else. Looking at what others are doing during the process can be highly intimidating and will more often than not throw you off track. My approach was fairly simple – not getting into the BCC would not be the end of the world. I never took the process as seriously as many others did. This helped me stay calm and give it my best shot.

What helped me crack the process might not work for everyone else, so for the benefit of all those reading this, please don’t blindly follow those who have cracked the firm and instead use your head even while taking advice.

 

How did you prepared for the placement season? What advice would you give to your juniors regarding the placement season?

 

I think preparation for any “non-technical” company begins from the first year itself. Because there are no specific things that one can be asked in such interviews, what matters is how one has groomed oneself all through college life and built his/her skills and persona to crack the interview. I started thinking of my interviews as early as my second year and started preparing answers to HR/general questions I knew I was going to be asked. It was while thinking of these answers that actually helped me sometimes to take decisions on what to do and what not to do during college. This also helped me identify some things that were lacking in my skill set and led to pursue initiatives that helped me build the same eventually. As long as one takes informed decisions in college and strives to build a story around oneself, sitting down and literally preparing is going to be the easiest stage of the process. My preparation before the recruitment season per se began 3 days before the final interview day. During these 3 days, I read the ‘Vault’s Guide’, ‘Case in Point’ and ‘Ace your Case’, I practiced a few guestimates with friends and prepared answers for all questions that an interviewer could have looking at my resume.

 

 What's the role of academics in getting a good placement?

 

It is ironical that a lot of non-technical firms pay much heed to your academic performance in a technical college. While it is true that strong academics alone will never be the reason for cracking one of the better non-technical firms, they will certainly change the approach of your interviewer. In case you have a weaker academic record the interviewer will always be on the lookout for reasons to reject you and will take the slightest mistake seriously. Also, having a good percentage will certainly help you over the entire placement season because even if you fail to crack a firm that doesn’t take academics seriously, you can always try for the ones that do. This will help you stay calm and prevent you from worrying about being not placed till the end.

 

What all internships and projects you did in your 4 years at NSIT? How did you get them?

 

I pursued two internships, one each in the technical and the non-technical domains. The first one was a technical one at a renowned university overseas. I got the opportunity to go for the same by applying online and getting in touch with students/researchers already studying there. The second one was in the Advisory department of a professional services firm. This one was through “contacts”.
A lot of NSITians always complain about not having contacts and how that is going to be the reason they will not do well competing with their peers. Although a good brand on the CV helps, what you do during an intern is what really matters. It isn’t just about getting a PPO or a recommendation. What you genuinely learn during the stint and how you sell it as a part of your story is what really matters. So instead of waiting for the best intern out there to somehow happen, go for a tier 2 company, perform well and incorporate it well in your story.

 

Did you ever think of sticking to your branch and apply for core instrumentation companies?

 

Certainly, I wasn’t one of the several NSITians who lay foot in the campus of a technical college and the first thing they said was Placement ho jaaye bas. Neither was I one of those who wish to go for a “non- tech” job only because studying for the exams in college feels like hell on earth. My decision was a well informed and well thought of one. Apart from the technical intern overseas, I also underwent training at a core ICE establishment. Thanks to these 2 stints, I better understood why I didn’t want to continue in the engineering domain and switch to the consulting industry instead. I will not give you my reasons, but will leave it upto you to find your own and find one that truly makes sense to you.

Never go for a non-technical job thinking it is easier than one in the engineering domain. It is certainly not a joy ride and those who go for one thinking it is, will be in for a rude shock.

 

Are you planning to do higher studies in near future? Did you take CAT/GMAT exam last year?

 

The market scenario today demands one to pursue higher studies for both – the value addition in terms of the skill set and for the sake of a stamp. This is true certainly for those in the non-technical space but not so much for those who pursue a job in the tech space. But don’t follow the herd mentality and go for an MBA, make sure you have completely thought it through and are in a position to make an informed decision.

No I did not take the CAT.

 

Do you feel that your responsibilities and achievements associated with the DebSoc NSIT somehow helped in shaping what you are today?

 

I think my experience with each and everything I have done has played a part in shaping me as a person. Be it working for fests, going for competitions or involvement in societies. Each experience good or bad will teach you something and contribute to your shaping your path ahead. Rather than criticizing how societies function and how some people don’t do as much as you think you can instead, notice what they are learning even by failing and appreciate the initiative.

The Debsoc was established to serve as a forum for peers in NSIT who have interest in debating. Activities under the banner of the Debsoc significantly improved my organizational and inter-personal skills. It introduced me to bunch of highly talented and motivated people who have been a great source of learning and eventually ended up as great friends.

 

What has been your most fun-filled moment in the past 4 years? 

 

That is the toughest of all the 10 questions in here. Picking one moment is pretty much impossible. Experiences during NSIT MUN, sitting at the erstwhile Nesci, night outs after the fest, travelling with friends, the birthday midnights in the hostel - each of them have a special place. It is these moments that made the past 4 years worth so much more than just time in college to get a degree.

 

 

 

Would you like to give any piece of advice to your juniors?

 

I think each one is best to decide what is best for him/her and decide what they wish to take away from these 4 years. All I can say is that don’t let placements or getting marks be the reason driving everything you do. Go ahead and try stuff that you have never done, initiatives that you might fail at or anything else that will teach you at least something. It is a good thing to be ambitious but it is way more important to enjoy your time on campus. Don’t be scared of the future, all of us will do well in life but what we learn inside and outside class will never come again and how we choose to live these years will determine our lives till the end. While all of us enjoy our time on campus, we must learn to coexist in a way that doesn’t shame our campus, friends or family. Many of you would like to boast about the college you study in. Make sure you are a contributor to the pride of your college and not just one preying onto the laurels earned by others through sincere hard work and effort.

 

 

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