Student Leader Interview - Ritesh Bharti from Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies


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


We play a leadership role in managing day to day activities of the class. We bridge the gap between college authorities and students. Being a leader elected by a democratic process, each and every opinion of the class is considered before executing any task. We are a part of the student council as well and hence workout with the college administration. We put forward students problems and solution as well to the college administration and figure out the best possible outcome for the student fraternity.



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


Not as such juggling. It's upon the person's perspective how he/she takes up the responsibility being rendered to them. In fact, one grows, learns and enjoys both kinds of life in it.



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


It's a responsibility delegated to us. Rather than saying enjoyment, I would say it as a commitment to serve my people, my Juniors and enlightening a path to be followed later. It's like making a conducive environment to study and directing focus on core and important issues so that the whole college fraternity grow. It's the quality of our alumni and current students, due to which we have outgrown faster in 30 years much better than other old colleges.



4)Do you have a message for parents to allow their kids to do things besides academics?
Giving a message to parents, I would like to say that let your children dream and find out the best for them. Be a guiding light for them. Refrain from pressuring them to choose a career of your choice. I would like to quote myself an example, my parents let me migrate from science (PCM) in 12th, after which I should have gone for engineering, but I decided to pursue Management at SSCBS and they heartily agreed to it. And I am happy about my decision of pursuing a Bachelors in Management Studies at SSCBS.


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


Setting myself apart from my other class Peeps and taking up a leadership role which has let me grow better as a person. The thing which makes me feel happy about my role is that I was able to synergies on my role and leveraged it to make a better scholastic environment at SSCBS.


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


Internships are a gateway to learning and adding new soft & hard skills. As a student, one should undertake a few Internship of their interested fields/sector to understand the right career to choose after. I have done Internships at Triedge, Local head Office of SBI, Aayom Welfare Society, Msg.ai and the latest one at NITI Aayog. You can count on my experience to go for Internship this summer to learn, to outgrow.  Internships not only provide better learning in terms of corporate exposure, knowledge but also let you earn as many Internship comes along with lucrative stipend as well.


Regarding conferences, I would like to say that one should attend quality conferences happening in their college or at nearby locations. Lots of conferences keep happening especially in Delhi. Speakers at the conference are achievers in their respective field and you can get to learn a lot from their experience and work which you might take a longer period to learn by yourself. So why waste your time when you can get a lot to learn within a few hours.

All the best!!! Keep learning.

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