Posts by Kamana Rai

Getting to Know Mr. Fresher – Santandeep Singh

Then it so happened that I had a small talk with our new Mr. Fresher as well – Satandeep Singh, a Hotel Management student who won our hearts with his Bhangra dance at the Freshers’ Party. K: Congratulations, Satandeep! How is it like to win Mr. Fresher? S: It makes me happy because people could be proud of me for something. So for all of those who counted on me,

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Getting to Know Ms. Fresher – Pavani Bharadwaj

It’s been a few days since the Freshers’ Party was held, and I feel like it’s still lingering in our hearts. The masquerade-themed party of gold, black and red was a great success. Upon entering the hall, we were greeted by gorgeous masks and decorations all thanks to the SOAP and SOHSS faculty members and volunteers. Chairs were set up to allow a comfortable viewing of the event, and there

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Challenges of developing women entrepreneurs in modern India

We live in a man’s world. While difficult to accept, it is a stone-cold fact that puts women at a large disadvantage, especially when it comes to entrepreneurships and business which are traditionally seen as a male’s work. Even though the number of women entrepreneurs is steadily rising, there are still a lot of obstacles they have to go through. In addition to the typical challenges faced by women all

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I Want to Wish You a Merry Christmas!

‘Twas a recent December night at approximately 7.15pm, that the carolers started singing songs praising the day Jesus Christ was born. During the week before that, fifteen students from different schools gathered each day, practicing seven Christmas Carols to perform at Hyatt Regency. We were all pretty excited for the day! We would practice in the university with our mentors, Mrs. Shivani and Ms. Khushboo. Braving the cold weather, we

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My Views on Community Service

Take a look at our world; we have the poor and the rich. One might say it is fate that decides our status in life but I say it’s just a matter of opportunities. Underprivileged people rarely get opportunities to succeed in life. There are scholarships for the poor children in schools but what about those who barely have enough money to survive through the night, let alone go to

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