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Kshitiz August'12 Newsletter

Kshitiz August'12 Newsletter

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August 2012 Newsletter By Kshitiz
August 2012 Newsletter By Kshitiz

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“Not all those who wander are lost”, wrote J.R.R. Tolkien. What makes it evenmore apt is the fact that our lost and wandering souls, the PGP1s, are getting ahang of how things function at GIM. They’ve started feeling at home, have fig-ured out how the exams work, and are aware that Baga and Calangute are over 
rated. They’re two and half months wiser now!The days have flown by and Samriddhi too happened with more than usualnoise and fervor. We witnessed some of the most electrifying speeches, deliveredby the likes of Alyque Padamsee, Stephen Remidios and others. True to itstheme, ‘Samridhhi 2012
The Business of Innovation’, delivered what it hadpromised to. We were shown that innovation need not be restricted to technol-ogy alone. It has its strongholds in advertising, entrepreneurship, defence, andso many more areas!But what is it that made Samridhhi the grand success it was? The speakers?The events? Or the people behind it, sweating it out for months? The behind thescenes guys, people like you and us, left no stone unturned in ensuring that eve-rything went without a glitch. And that’s what has made all the difference.
 Just like Samriddhi, we too strive to raise our bar with every newsletter. Fortu-nately, we have a brilliant talent pool at GIM that enables us to do so. This edi-tion brings to you the flavours of August at our spiffing institute. We would liketo start off by introducing the newest members of our Kshitiz family. They’vetaken to the club like ducks to water. We’re six proud SCCs now. We know that they’ll help Kshitiz scale newer heights!Moving on to the articles, we have
Kshama Adka
, bringing forth the hues of hu-man emotions that we so often conceal, in her poem ‘Show Me Your Face.’
Vatsala Mishra
is disappointed with men for no longer being chivalrous. She dis-penses some golden advice which has so far eluded the menfolk, in her article‘What Women Want.’
From the Editor’s desk!
Trisha Chhabra
Pranil Palan
talk about the pretentiouscorporate life in their joint article ‘Responsibility BackHome.’
Prof Abhishek Ranga
talks exclusively to Kshitiz’ inour faculty interview segment 
GuruCool. And how can weever forget your favorite segment!
‘In Thing’
captures thelatest trends and happenings at GIM. In our new segment 
‘GIM Watches’
our reporters find out what are the most viewed TV series this term. ‘Samriddhi Core Committee
Unplugged’ brings to you the behind the scene brouhaha inan informal interview with
 Aaron Lobo
 Anand Madhav 
Chitrangada Banerjee
Ishmeet Singh Dang
. As we crib and complain about the college, our very own
Ruhi Ruperee
makes us realize that these are the very thingsthat we will actually miss once we leave. For the first timeever, we present to you ‘Alumni Speak’
A platform for theGIM alumni to talk about how’s life on the other side of a B
School. We also have something in store for the drama afi-cionados out there.
Priyanka Sabu
beautifully pens down her experience of ‘Act it Out’
a theatrical workshop that weconducted with the immense help of our In
house acting guru Dev Raj Singh.
Saptak Bose
gets philosophical with his soulful lines in‘Dream
Rahul Chandran
pens down equallytouching verses in his poem ‘Lost.’ Love cannot be held backand in
Rahul Garg’s
case it takes the form of a poignant song ‘Forever Yours.’We enjoyed every bit of putting this Newsletter together. Wehope you enjoy reading it. Keep Calm and Read On!
Team Kshitiz
Inside this issue:
Introducing JuniorKZs4Show me your face 6What Women Want 7Responsibility backhome8GuruCool 10In Thing 12GIM Watches 15
Core Committee-Unplugged16Alumni Speak 20Forever Yours 21Act it out 22Samriddhi High-lights23Dream-A Circus 24Lost 25

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