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Alumni Speak
Do not listen to anyone else, just follow your own heart and you will be there, someday. Miss Gunjan Menon, alumnus of  SCMC Batch 2014 first fell in love with wildlife at the age of 3. 24 years later, she is an independent natural history filmmaker and writer with multiple accolades to her name, including...
The Guest Lecture held on 20th August for the Second-Year students was conducted by Yash Agarwal, an alumnus of the college and Policy Consultant for Parliament members, founder of publicpolicyindia.com and much more. The session consisted of a discussion on the soft and hard skills required in the industry. Starting off with an introduction to...
The near future would see the batch of 2021 graduate and step into a world of new and unexpected challenges. Mr. Nandan Sharalaya, an alumni of SCMC and presently a staff of FTI consultancy stepped in as a guest lecturer for this session to give the students an idea as to what they can find...
What are the things you wish the ‘Student Life’ section on colleges’ websites told you before admission? How much of class time do you actually have to attend? Is there too much or little of discipline? Do you have enough theory and practical sessions? Do you meet the right peers? Is the hostel any good? Can you count...
From multiple projects and internships to subjects covering a vast expanse all the way to a gruelling schedule that prepared us to face any obstacles that come our way – I couldn’t have asked for better training. Before one knew it, from young students, we had transformed into mature professionals. Stepping into workplaces made us...
The word ‘media’ always reminded me of bridges. The most essential job of a bridge is to connect two separate regions. Centuries ago messengers would have to travel for months to carry messages from one part of the world to the other. Today that is possible with a tap on our mobile devices. All because...
ENRICHED was one word I could use to describe the feeling when I stepped out of SCMC on my last day. No one tells you how difficult doing everything by yourself is, what to watch out for, what the future in an office is going to be like, but SCMC did. The guidance, support and access...