Q. 1) 5 Interesting Facts About YOU:
1) Achievements / Skills / Knowledge (Academics & Extra-curricular):
2) What is your aim / philosophy of life?
3) What are your future plans after BMS?
4) What are your hobbies / likes?
5) Any dislikes?
1) I have had many achievements in life but this of getting selected as class representative (CR) in my very first year of BMS is my biggest achievement in life.
Skills: – I have a good controlling power and I can be good manager.
2) My aim in life is to travel the whole world and to open a restaurant .
3 ) My future plans are to find a good job after my graduation or else do MBA.
4) My hobbies are reading, travelling and cooking.
Q.2) 5 Fantastic Facts About Your BMS Life:
1) Positive / Negative things about your college?
2) Positive / Negative things about your BMS course?
3) How has BMS course helped you to develop your personality? / What did you learn from BMS?
1) My college (K.J. Somaiya College of Arts and Commerce) offers one “a beautiful and a huge campus with many trees and makes oneself close to the nature. College has around 4 canteens which serves some really mouth watering dishes. It also has a Maggie House. It has a duplex library on the third floor which offers almost all varieties of book and a separate library for the BMS, BBI and BMM section on the 4th floor. College’s huge campus sometime itself becomes a negative point.
2 ) BMS i.e Bachelor in Management Studies is one of the most interesting courses one can opt for. It overall develops your personality and grooms you in every way. Still now haven’t found any negativity.
3) BMS has helped develop many personality in many ways. I have become more confident, my public speaking skills have been improved. And after getting the opportunity of being a CR, I have learned controlling situations.
5) For every BMS student their presentations plays a very important part in their life and yes it played for mine too. The best memory I have is of my sem-2 in which I played an informal character and received a lot of appreciation for not only from my classmate but also from my faculty.
Q.3) What are the thoughts / advices / tips you would like to give to today’s youngsters?
Young people must learn to adapt and react to whatever obstacles or complications may arise. They should understand and then speak and respect elders.