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#GraduateStories: Embracing the Ashoka Experience: Insights and Advice from Neha Sheik

Neha Sheik is a part of the graduating batch of the Ashoka Scholars Programme this year

“As a graduating student who has spent the last four years of her life at Ashoka University, my advice to incoming undergraduates would be to participate in as many things as possible. I understand that university life can be very daunting and unpredictable; however, most of my cherished memories on campus and my closest friends are from group projects we did together or the clubs and societies I was a part of. Ashoka has a plethora of resources at its disposal, and I believe every incoming student should make the most of them.

While ensuring that you don’t overburden yourself, it is important to make the most of campus life. I would highly recommend incoming students sign up as cohort leaders, peer learning support counselors, YSP counselors, interns to student offices, members of clubs/societies, resident assistants, and volunteers for fests! I have always believed that the best way to combat your fears is to face them. If you are anxious about making friends, join group events; if public speaking is your worry, join a debating/MUN club on campus; if you are worried about navigating academics, join Ashoka’s academic societies! I think Ashoka can be such a great place for incoming students to both hone their skills and make great friends!

Your undergraduate years help define who you are as a person and I sincerely believe that Ashoka can have an extremely positive impact in that regard.

Help is available at every corner; you just need to seek it.”

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