-BY Anshul Yadav
Team SoC had a wonderful session with students of VNIT Nagpur. The activities triggered the students to explore their creative core, overcome the fear of failure & break structured thought process – precursors for fluidity in thoughts and innovative outlook.
It was dealt in two parts. The first part required students to give a physical manifestation of what comes into their mind when they see the lyrics of three songs. The second half initiated a creative corner and required students to use pieces of paper in various shapes to create something. Rather than me explaining to you about the happenings, have a look at students’ feedback and conclude accordingly.
“It was a very good session. The whole thing of physical manifestation of popular songs was a unique concept and I think all of us are glad we could extract something from those songs because our heart is often painted with myriad pictures but we don’t get time or opportunities to put it on paper.”, says Ankush Rout, a boy you’ll never find not stressed about something.
“In this busy life schedule, bringing back the nostalgia was a bliss. More sessions like this, certainly yes!!”, are the words of the most enthusiastic girl, Apurva Govil.
Sreelakhsmi, a football enthusiast, says “It was a really nice session.Enjoyed it a lot.Something so cool,contrary to my expectations.I thought it would be a lecture kind of thing,but it turned out to be something more interesting.”
A person with whom you can chat all day, Aparajita says “The session made us do things in which we could express ourselves.Playing with paper and drawing after a long time gave us a break from this stressful exam time..We would like to have more such sessions.”
Reeha expresses,”It was really good to see that something new had happened after so long. It gave us a chance to review ourselves, what and how we perceive from what we read or just watch the things around us. A really great experience we had today.”
“It was really good to see that something new had happened after so long. It gave us a chance to review ourselves, what and how we perceive from what we read or just watch the things around us. A really great experience we had today. Thank you for the session sir. And yes we’ll like more of them to happen soon.” is the feedback given by the technical secretary, Rishabh Patil.
A lot more good feed backs like these are given by students. It’s pretty evident that the seminar was beyond awesome!