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Our classroom practices

Our classroom practices

“Learning different perspectives to a situation we discussed in class, with many students providing analogies was interesting. We also discussed a ted talk which gave me new perspectives to one idea.”
Shraavyaa S Thalur (Psychology | Measuring the Unmeasurable) Class of December 2023 

“….In the first week we mainly learned about the biology aspects, with a little bit of history involved, but in the second week, especially the lecture module, I understood how truly interconnected and interdependent the two disciplines were.”
Sitara Rishikesh (Biology | Our Past Through Biomolecules) Class of December 2023 

Deep dive into subjects

Deep dive into subjects

“….this course has broadened my horizons in so many ways. From learning how interconnected environment and IR are related, to changing world-views on drones and the dangers of the cyber realm, this course has motivated me to continue researching on different emerging facets of IR. As IR and Eco are my preferred streams, the horizons course has given me a very strong base in understanding the fundamentals for IR and how to connect it with other areas.”
– Lakshmi Niyati Narasimhan (International Relations | War, Peace, and Drones) Class of December 2023 

“We reviewed a couple of college essays and I got to learn more on how to use fluent language to communicate effectively from my peers. It helped me broaden my perspective as their constructive feedback helped me to improve on various aspects while developing my confidence as they were an understanding audience.”
– Saanvi Kiran (Writing & Communication | Crafting YOUR Story for Success) Class of December 2023

Staying ahead of the curve

Staying ahead of the curve

“The Horizons Course will definitely help me in my application. Applications to the UK and Ireland look for demonstrated interest in the subject of the degree applied for. I will be able to write about my experience in the Horizons course as one that deepened my interest in literature beyond the classroom (something the universities I’m applying to are looking for) and which developed the way in which I read literature, helped my close reading skills, allowed me to see the different themes of the play as working in conversation with each other rather than discreetly. I will write about this in my personal statement for Ireland and Uk, though the UCAS website is planning to replace the personal statement with questions- I can use it to answer a question about demonstrated interest in the subject (which will definitely come up in some form or the other).”
– Devyani Rao (Literature | The World of Romeo and Juliet) Class of December 2023 

Going beyond textbook

Going beyond textbook

“I learnt a lot of new PowerPoint skills, as well as made a new friend that i’ll keep in touch with!”
– Saina Singh (Psychology | Measuring the Unmeasurable) Class of December 2023 

“Surprisingly, I learned more Hindi! I have not written much Hindi since my 10th board exam in February, and I learned new phrases from some of my Hindi speaking peers. (We were re-imagining a play and adding some multilingual aspects to it).”
– Devyani Rao (Literature | The World of Romeo and Juliet) Class of December 2023

“We discussed from Professor Sharma about roof knocking, that really was interesting for me as well as my peers. My peers then shared what they knew about it and that really helped me understand the concept clearly .”
– Krisha Lamba (International Relations | War, Peace, and Drones) Class of December 2023 

 

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