An aptitude is a component of a competency to do a certain kind of work at a certain level. Outstanding aptitude can be considered "talent". To inculcate this talent in the students, a session on Aptitude was facilitated by Professor Jigyasa Narang. The main aim of this entire session was to train their minds to be able to be more logical and reasonable.
This was continued by management games and activities like Sentence Formation and Back-to-Back drawing by S-16 Batch students, Arpita, Raju, and Ramakant. Sentence Formation helped the students to showcase their smartness and how logical they are. Students were given different random words and they had to form some meaningful sentences out of those words. The back-to-back drawing was a management game to check how well the students can communicate and understand the instructions of the other person. Two students sat back-to-back on two chairs with one person giving the instructions about what image the other person has to draw without naming it. The other person had to understand the instructions and draw the image accordingly.
The Goods and Services Tax (GST) is the biggest reform in India’s indirect tax structure since the economy began. This new reform has led to a huge change in the economy. To enlighten the students about the same, a session was facilitated by Ms. Soumya Tandon on “Impact of GST”. This session proved to be very knowledgeable for the students.
The day ended with a feedback session from the students to understand their learning and expectations out of the sessions.