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13th February is marked as World Radio Day, in recognition of the importance of Radio as part of humanity’s history. On this day, the Pune Chapter of the Broadcast Engineering Society, in association with the Akashvani Pune Parivar, had organized a Virtual Open House. Students from all over India were invited to express their thoughts...
“It’s usually very easy to look back and allow the dots to join themselves and make a story out of it.” In conversation with Raina De, an SCMC alumna, we learned about her business and her journey since graduating from college in 2017. With a specialization in Public Relations, Raina pursued her Masters in Marketing...
“Knowledge is power and credible sources help us take effective decisions quickly” In an era when the lack of understanding of new policies pushes our country to protests and disruptions, SCMC Alumni Yash Agarwal and Swati Singh from Batch 2019 introduced the world to ‘Public Policy India’. A knowledge platform completely dedicated to the cause...
The millennials and the Gen Zs are a funny bunch. With our penchant for exploring new beliefs and exposing ourselves to global ideas, we are perhaps the first generation which is normalizing and destigmatizing a lot of things. One such important issue is mental health and wellness. We have become acutely aware of mental health...
Aamir Khan, a household name throughout India, an actor known for versatility and moreover for a kind heart. Be it PK, Satyamev Jayate, or Dhoom 3, he never fails to deliver to the audience. We at Symbiosis International University were extremely fortunate to have an artist of such caliber address us and converse with us...
The line “lamha lamha kisi jaadu ka fasana hoga”, written by Jan Nisar Akhtar, is how Javed Akhtar was originally named Jaadu. True to his name, his words hold magic, and his delivery leaves you in awe. On the 18 th of October, we at Symbiosis Literature Festival had the opportunity to listen to the latest recipient of...
“Journalists must never become the story, they are the storytellers and they must always remember it.” When he uttered these words, we were evoked and reminded of exactly what we aspire. On 18th October 2020, the first day of Symbiosis Literature Fest, SIU students had the privilege to listen to the Padma Shri awardee and a journalist beyond brilliance, Mr....
“Jab mann ka ho toh acha, na ho toh zyada acha. Kyuki fir voh upar wale ke man ka ho raha hai” These were the words used to kickstart the Valedictory ceremony of ‘Symbiosis literary fest 2020.’ We were all graced by the virtual presence of legendry film actor and a national icon, “Sri. Amitabh Bachchan.” Mr....
The second day of the Symbiosis Lit Fest saw an engaging Panel Discussion highlighting the revival of  interest in Indian history and its popularity by three distinguished veterans of the subject. The discussion was started off by Dr. Radhika Seshan, historian and visiting faculty at Symbiosis, who posed the question “Why should history be made popular?” to...
Prioritizing our work over leisure is the new norm of our hustle culture. However, 2019 Padma Shri recipient and Minister of External Affairs, India, Mr. S. Jaishankar would disagree. After a heartwarming anecdote shared by our honorable Chancellor Dr. S. B. Mujumdar about the genesis of Symbiosis as a platform for dialogue between foreign and Indian students. We also...
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