Student Leader Interview – Rizuta Shah from College of Vocational Studies

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1) Tell us more about your role & responsibilities at your college.

Being in the union of Vociferous vocationals, I have the responsibility of maintaining a cordial relations with the other societies whilst focussing on the upliftment of the vocational courses that we represent. I, with my team, continuously search for  new ideas as to put forth the parity between vocationals courses with the others. 

2) What's it like to juggle between a leadership role and normal college life? 

It is enthralling to be at a position during my college life. Somedays are so busy that we do not get time to meet other friends or even attend classes. But in the end, it's all worth it! 

3) Do you enjoy the kind of influence you hold at such a young age?

I would not say that I have much influence  but if managing studies and position simultaneously  is someone's thing, then I'm happy to have such influence.

4) Do you have a message for parents to allow their kids to do things besides academics?

I reckon that it is an imperative part of one's life to engage themselves in various activities with academics especially in the developing age. Some students have a good artistic side more than their capability of performing well in academics. So, I feel parents must support their children and encourage them to take part in what they like as  this will ensure a successful life for their children and a healthy relationship amongst them.

5) What did you do in your current role that makes you feel really proud of yourself?

I am really proud of the person I'm becoming with this position. Regardless of facing ample amount of difficulties while conducting the bi-annual fest i.e., Enthusia, my team and I managed to pull it off seamlessly. 

6)What's your message to encourage students to do internships and attend conferences?

Gaining practical knowledge is as important as having bookish knowledge. It gives you the confidence to deal with the impromptu situations and also teaches to conduct oneself in the working environment. 

We gain experience from the colleagues we work with during internships which helps a lot in our professional life.

Student Leader Interview – Rizuta Shah from College of Vocational Studies Student Leader Interview – Rizuta Shah from College of Vocational Studies Reviewed by EMN on January 21, 2020 Rating: 5

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