What is writing? To me, it is what I do as a hobby, or choose as a career option in the future. I’m more of an informal writer so I have a free way of writing, I write according to what fits best with my thoughts. My first blog post was nothing but free writing, painting my thoughts on the sheet as if it was a canvas.
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“How was Egypt?”
A question I frequently encountered once I returned from the internship with AIESEC. Although various thoughts rushed into my mind, all I managed to utter was: “Amazing!”
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Service with pride. Lead with confidence. Inspire to impact.
These lines exactly fit in to describe what’s known as the Students’ Council of ILEAD. The Council is the elected body of student representatives who work in different departments, to facilitate the smooth functioning of the day to day activities of the institute. For ensuring effectiveness and efficiency, the council is divided into 11 departments, each guided by mentors in-charge with Heads and Assistant Heads appointed as per requirement.
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An Era of Distractions
Storage devices and communication devices have evolved and this evolution is an ongoing process that cannot be ignored. Be it telephones or television everything has been reduced to smart access in our fingertips. But with this, an era of distractions has dawned on us with false dreams and loose foundations which can be withstood only by the fittest, smartest and most focused.
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Friends are people with whom you cherish memories, and are always eager to make new ones with. If the serene beauty of a hill station is put into this mix, things just seem to leave one spellbound. It was one hell of an experience for me to be a part of the Educational Batch Trip, organized by ILEAD for BMS and BBA batches of 2015-18 to the queen of the hills, Darjeeling in the month of April.
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