Student board for GMP 2008-09

24 06 2008

We formed the ‘Student welfare board’ for our GMP 2008-09 class today. This board includes different committees for administrative issues, external linkages (media, internet, industry), extra curricular activities, and a dedicated finances group. Some of these committees were chosen by a consensus and others (where we could be manage a consensus), a democratic process was followed.

Later during the day, I came across an interesting comment, “With democracy, there is always an unstated assumption that the popularity of a person is directly proportional to the public perception of dedication for the particular task.” ๐Ÿ™‚ … As a counter argument, I would say, the electorate (class of 2008-09) is responsible enough to choose the right people for the right places!

After all the drama and emotional vote appeals, the committees are all ready and over flowing with enthusiasm and zeal. I hope that the elected members stay focussed on their identified tasks and work together for the benefit of GMP community as a whole. Moreover, the committees have a mandate to ensure that participation of the whole class and members will act as facilitators.

Reminds me of a famous TV show anchor, “Together we can, and we will make a difference!”… Aptly defines the spirit of GMP batch today. ๐Ÿ™‚

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25 06 2008
Sairam

โ€œTogether we can, and we will make a difference!โ€ wasn’t that Suhaib Ilyasi for India’s most wanted… ๐Ÿ™‚

26 06 2008
targetoflife

Lock kar diya jaye?
…??…??…
Aur yeh Sahi jawaab!

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