PeopleSpeak : MAD Wild-card Entry Part II

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Inspite of having to run around with their preparations for Dhwani’12 (the cultural fest of CET, whose social initiative partner was MAD), the CETians stormed into our MAD centres and helped organise activities for our children.

At one of our centres, Sacred Hearts, we held a career guidance session in nursing, taken by the principal of a nursing college in Trivandrum, Valsa ma’m. She is also the secretary of the TNAI Kerala chapter.

Surya, a 3rd year student from CET, who along with her college mates had come to our centre for this activity, shares her thoughts:

“The class by Valsa ma’m was very informative and inspiring for the students. They had an interactive session and most were able to clear their doubts. Even though I thought that not being a MAD volunteer would make it difficult to relate with the children, I ended up having a really good time with them; and definitely in for any MAD activity in coming days! I wish everyone good luck and may God bless all. It was truly a day gone MAD.”

While the CETians who went to Balabhavan-Balikabhavan had a wonderful time, when they got a chance to take the kids to their college, walk them around their computer lab, and have a professor of theirs give an insight into engineering.

 

Amritha Menon, a 1st year student who , says:

“When Anu chechi (a MAD volunteer) called in people for a MAD activity, I was very excited. The reason is mainly because I had already heard of MAD and its activities from one of my MAD friends. We were asked to teach some basics on computers. Since I’m a Computer Science student, I was happy to be doing something related to it. One of the girls, Soumya, was assigned to me, and together we had a nice time sharing and understanding our worlds. Truly a memorable day in my college life. ”

 

 

 

 

 

Beware! The MAD fever is all over the town; and the next one could be you!!

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