Academic Learning, 17th Feb, 2015
Our student body comprises of individuals from over 60 countries. What can be better than a group discussion rich with varied perspectives and worldviews from all over the world? On a particular day of the week, students might sit in the library lawn and talk about human rights and the role of the UN in preserving world peace. They critically present their views on the pros and cons of the UN. During such a discussion, they express and listen, and walk away with new thoughts and ideas only to come back with a deeper understanding to discuss some more. The diversity of our campus adds much value and fun to these group discussions that enhance learning in many different ways.