The Pop corn debate (This blog was co-created by senior students Srushti, Jaskirat, Shravankumar together with Prof. Saravan) This week, Students of Globalization participated in a debate on the subject of economic development. The source of our debate was an old documentary with an example on the farmers of Punjab. There were multiple problems ailing their farming sector, chief among them being the unfair profit sharing method. A farmer asks:
Change occurs when someone begins with himself/herself. The Moral Re-Armament (MRA) Camp at Panchgani organized in the last week of November was certainly one of the best experiences I have had, of my time at SCIT.It was a chilled Monday morning when a group of SCIT students, started our journey of four days to Panchgani, not knowing what was in store for us. I personally felt excited as this was
And it begins. Something different happened just like we people can’t predict the thing covered under the gift wrapper while opening it. Yes, but we are much excited while opening the same. Actually, I didn’t know anything about MRA, which was wrapped in a wrapper of my mindset with no expectations. But when I opened the wrapper, I found a box with the same mindset but less attractive. To be
I was sipping into my daily morning hot coffee and grabbed the newspaper from my doorstep. The Economic Times reads a full front page ad on iPhone 6….saying launching on… bla bla bla. My mind slipped into a discussion I had with a colleague of mine yesterday about the big billion day and how that was a hype on this past long weekend. We have been witnessing the focus of
Journey Begins: MY FIRST DAY AT SCIT 3 rd June 2014, a day I keenly waited for my first day at ‘Symbiosis Center for Information Technology’ it took a lot of hard work. And as I shifted in hostel I kept staring out of the window, reliving all the memories which were once lost in the deep corners of my mind, all the events that led up to this day.