Campus calling: How our CJs hone their skills and make use of free time
This week we take a look at how students plan to hone their skills, take up new hobbies, do social work, and engage in activities they missed because of boards.DU admissions 2016 Updated: Jun 11, 2016 19:10 IST
Holidays are often a time of fun and boredom. As students prepare themselves for the long break, our Campus journalists (CJs) plan to make the most of this downtime.
Last week we showed you how the CJs are dealing with the stress of admissions and registrations. This week we take a look at how they plan to hone their skills, take up new hobbies, do social work, and engage in activities they missed because of boards.
Some have thrust themselves into internships, while others work from home or are blogging and catching up on their favourite novels. There also a few who have taken up online courses, while other are doing some volunteering work.
Pick up a new instrument, learn a new language, or wipe the dust off those novels that were ignored over the last two years. There could be no better time to work on your personality before college.
Get out of the ‘lazy mode’ and start working on yourself. This is not the usual, slow summer, but one that can add feathers to your cap or leave with regrets. So make the most of!
Join us on this journey as we make this summer the best and most productive of our lives.
You can follow our CJs on Snapchat: noor.1598, Shivamp1998,saragrover1997, Ankita Raina, akashmanofsky, bhligu1998
Or follow them on Twitter : @htcampusjourno1
Watch video 1: Our campus journalists are making a debut on the web, tracking their journey on Snapchat and a first-of-its-kind weekly show at Hindustan Times.
First Published: Jun 11, 2016 18:39 IST