Students have so many assumptions about college societies. How to join college societies? How to crack an interview for college societies? How to choose this according to your interest? What is the effect of college societies? Did college society’s affect our Academics? etc.
This Article clears all your doubts related to college society. So if you are planning to join college or you are in college, just read the whole article.
Just imagine you are going to college regularly and coming back home after attending classes. Now just tell me what is the difference between college and school, if a student is just going to college for classes? The motive behind college is to give exposure and make students dependent. The concept behind the College society is to Aware and Awaken students through society, assigning them different tasks, organize meetings and encourage students to participate in different competitions organized by different colleges and universities.
Yes, Approximately every college has different college Societies. The way they work, fund, motive, and competitions they organize can be different. But in the end, every institution and college has a society.
Before joining any type of society, first, ask yourself. Did your interest and society match? For example: If you love writing and you don’t like to speak, you should go to a creative writing society. But with the interest of creative writing if you are going to be a part of Debating society then you don’t enjoy it. Society turns into a burden and boring for you. Just choose society as per your interest and future plans.
Becoming a part of any society is not easy or a piece of paper. Every society has its own criteria and limit of members, as per this Societies organize auditions. Firstly you have to fill the form in which they ask questions like, what is your weakness? What is your power? What is your weakness? Due to the pandemic, currently, society creates google form, students firstly fill google Forms. After that, the shortlisted candidate ask for an interview and then the final list of selected candidates came.
Lots of assumptions are spread among the students and their parents that the students who join the societies are not able to focus on their studies. But it’s not true. The entire society works as a team. In which everyone just has to contribute. So society work can not affect studies at all.
There are not any criteria or minimum, a maximum number of society students can join. It’s totally up to the student how hardworking and effort they can put into society.
There is not one benefit of society that we can mention in this article. Societies affect us overall. Help us to get developed in all aspects. Give us the power to get developed. Gave us knowledge of formal works. Help us to know good people around us. Enhance our skills. Apart from this, it’s totally up to students and the society in which they are working.
So, this article is written to tell you all the aspects of college societies. Society has so many positive aspects, it’s totally up to you how many positive effects you can adapt.
Listen up students, working a 9-5 can be quite a slap in the face when you’re fresh out of university. There’s no time for mid-morning coffees with your housemates or spontaneous trips into town for some shopping in-between lectures. I didn’t want to have to mention this either but the reality of working is also…..no more long holidays….. I know, I’m as gutted as you but, this is all the more reason to seize your Uni years with both hands!
It’s unlikely you’ll go on a crazy and fun-packed sports tour to Portugal again, or attend weekly French-speaking wine nights when you’re working for the man full time. I can’t think when you’ll next dress up like pencils or animals for sports socials, or have the opportunity to spend time on becoming fluent in sign language. Societies are cheap fun too! When else will you get half-price mixology classes than when in cocktail society? When will you have the opportunity to sail around the coast of England in fully provided boats and gear for less than a restaurant food bill? I’m telling you, now is the time to spend what little money we students have wisely. Make memories before you become too busy to do so.
By: Geetu Katyal