Student Leader Interview - Shireen J Malviya, Indo Soviet Friendship College



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

ISF College Of Pharmacy has always been great at academics and its primary focus has always been to make students the best at their departments also to be number one at cultural programs too. Therefore being a cultural head at such early age brings lot of responsibilities so to maintain that bar for the college.

 I always try to match with recent trend and also tend to merge them with the old ways so that our past remains the part of our present . To maintain this role there are lot of things that has to be managed properly for example to plan the specific events , select the students for the exact role , design the costumes ,get the props ready .

 This becomes super easy when you have supporting seniors and teachers at your college . Out teachers are always available for us and guide us for in every situations .

2.What is it like to juggle between a leadership role and normal college life?

Initially it feels as if its impossible to cope up but slowly as you get used to it, you find a way to manage everything. Its just the mater of time .

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

Yes. Though it gets hard sometimes but to get to know and learn things at such early age is kind of like a blessing, to be appreciated by the college feels awesome . When people enjoy your hard work and praise you for that ,it feel as if you have achieved something and I feel overwhelmed .

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

We are in 2020 now, today more than academics we focus on the passions and abilities of a student not all kids are born to study some still want to do something besides academics and its okay to let their kids to achieve what they want . Academics are not everything now. Your attitude towards responsibilities and your self confidence counts the most these days . I think participating in such cultural programs provides the kids to know their abilities and to know besides academics what else they can do and also it helps to boost your confidence to face the whole society.

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

More than proud I feel more blessed to be able to be a part of this .


Interviewed by- Aman Gupta

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