Student Leader Interview - Vipul Chaudary, Management Education and Research Institute



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

Student responsibility occurs when students take an active role in their learning by recognizing they are accountable for their academic success.demonstrate academic integrity and honesty. Attend and participate in classes, labs, and seminars, prepared and on time. Complete the assigned work in a timely manner with attention to quality of work. Avoid making excuses for their behavior. Communicate in a careful and respectful manner with professors, peers, and other members of the college community.

2. How did you rise up to your position and how can a student aspiring the same, approach it?

Find a Mentor. Having a mentor to help you rise through the ranks in your career is an invaluable asset. Ask for More Responsibilities. The more you take responsibilities the trust you gain from other members. Students can get inspiration by seeing Start-ups, their work their hard work and the determination towards their work. Make Friends with VIPs, Solve Problems. Creatively Self-Promote. Last but not the least Keep Learning.

3. What have been some of your biggest challenges and learning from what you do?

Disorganization/feeling overwhelmed. Eating right and staying healthy. Failing to manage money. Failing to network, Homesickness. Not resolving relationship issues. Poor grades/not studying or reading enough. Poor sleep habits.

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

I am passionate about my work. I am ambitious and driven. I am highly organised. I’m a people person. I’m a natural leader. I am results oriented.

5. What's your message to encourage students to do internships and attend conferences?

 Internships are a great way to apply the knowledge from the classroom to real-world experience. Learning is one thing, but taking those skills into the workforce and applying them is a great way to explore different career paths and specializations that suit individual interests. Having an internship gives you experience in the career field you want to pursue. Not only does this give individuals an edge over other candidates when applying for jobs, it also prepares them for what to expect in their field and increases confidence in their work.


Interviewed by - Aman Gupta

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