The air of valentine’s week spread it’s magic on Inspiria Toastmasters Club on 9th February 2019. To celebrate the joy of love, the club organised a special session on Saturday. The plans on how to make it a perfect blend of entertainment as well as an educating session went on for weeks until the final day. Everything needed to be perfect and fun at the same time. This event was also a part of one of the goals of the pathways, completing which a member check marked on that objective. Therefore, it was an important event for the member as
INSIGNIA, the Management club of Inspiria organised an Inter-departmental debate competition named as "Clash of Minds" on 8th of february' 2019. Insignia firmly stands for inculcating and developing students to bring out the best in themselves in terms of participation in activities. A debate competition is an effective method to instill a 'thinking mind' among students to understand issues that may affect them in their lives. The event began around 2 pm where students from various departments and faculty members gathered as audience to cheer up the participants.There were a total of 10 participants, 2 from each department. The participants
Inspiria Theater Club performed “Mera Bharat Mahan” – Drama based on Indian Republic Day & Patriotism
inspiria Theater Club impressed the audience with yet another drama, "Mera Bharat Mahan" on the occasion of Republic Day. It was performed on 28th january, 2019 at the amphitheatre of the college. Starting from getting the concept to penning down the script to directing every expression of the act, the team stood against every challenge persistently. The act had 3 scenes. The first scene reflects, how youngsters these days have become ignorant to their own nation. The 2nd scene throws light on the achievement of india and it's people through a conversation between a mother and his son.
In today's context, writing methods have been drastically changed. People rarely worry about 'how to write fast' or regarding their handwriting. Gone are the days when people flaunted their penmanship through beautifully handwritten notes and letters. Today, the use of pen and paper seems non-existent due to the rise of digital notepads and screens, typing keyboards and the other modern writing devices. The practice of handwriting is dying amongst the students as they prefer the use of laptops, PCs, and mobile devices for writing and storing their notes and assigned tasks. With a nearly non-existent culture of handwriting practices, the
A topper's rank is the most coveted status when it comes to cracking the class 12 board exams. Students gearing up for the upcoming board exams must be quite concerned about 'how to score good marks in 12th board exam'. If you dream of securing the highest position in the board exam results, then you need to maintain a stable and regular study plan without any fail. All the students appearing for the class 12 board exams, read this blog that precisely talks about 'how to score 99% marks in 12th board exams'. 1. Set a positive mindset A