An Academic Awakening

It was not in our hands to judge what a person’s idea of being a human being was. It was the end of the third semester. Half …

My Historic Take-away

The limelight was claimed by people- all the dynamic people that have left their mark on the world. The class was about their personalities, their philosophies and …

SOCIETY BEFORE BOOKS

We knew that by the end of the week, we wouldn’t be the same people It was the first week of October, 2016. We had reached the …

Cinematic Nostalgia

Watching these films feels weirdly nostalgic for me. Nostalgic for the huge set-pieces and jazz scores in American Dramas, or the wonderfully gritty performances by actors from …

My First Day

When I entered the SCMC campus I was mesmerized by the infrastructure and ambience When I first found out that I had cleared all the selection rounds …

Vaividhya 2016

On the personal front, Vaividhya’s effect penetrated through various levels of my insecurities, restrictions and inhibitions Being an introvert has always held me back from grabbing opportunities …

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With the packaging design module, young creative minds get a chance to hone their artistic skills and give products a new face and a new identity.
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Meenketan Jha, Batch 2018 writes about how a guest lecture with Mr. Ramesh Menon has widened the horizons of the aspiring journalists of his batch:
Over the course of this semester, the Journalism batch is having several classes with Professor Ramesh Menon. A well-renowned journalist and a Ramnath Goenka Award winner, Ramesh Sir has been providing the Journalism batch with inputs on Specialized Reporting. Having travelled vastly, Sir has gathered a tremendous amount of experiences and information that he shares with aspiring Journalists. His unique experiences act as a fabulous source of inspiration for the batch.

Having taught Investigative Journalism on his last visit, he explained the importance of forming trust and interpersonal relationships. Giving insights to students as to how they can aspire to be journalists that can make a difference, his stories have made a large impact. Recounting his adventures and tireless effort to bring about the revelation of the Sarabhai Tax Evasion case, he described how imperative it is for journalists to keep on trying and not at all get discouraged.

Ramesh Sir’s passion towards his job is something that is absolutely mesmerizing. Having heard of the challenges that come with being a media professional, it is difficult to capitulate how he recounts all of his tales with such fond memories, taking each experience as an opportunity to learn from and not regret.
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Prakriti Arya, Batch 2019 summarizes the magical performance of the acclaimed Mohan Veena Player- Mr. Manish Pingle while Akhil Reddy, Batch 2019 captures the mesmerizing moments of the evening. ...

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Skimming through surface would always reflect in your work. The depth of detailing is what makes a story worthwhile! ...

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Topics that make people uncomfortable, sometimes need to be spoken about the most. Here is an SCMC production by Batch 2016 Journalism students talking about the problem of PCOS.
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