Month: October 2020
Trick-or-treating is a traditional Halloween custom for children and adults in some countries. Children in costumes travel from house to house, asking for treats with the phrase “Trick or treat”. The “treat” is usually some form of candy or sometimes money. The “trick” refers to a threat, usually idle, to perform mischief on the homeowner(s) or their property if no treat is given. In this ongoing pandemic, Halloween is indeed going to be different than usual, but be happy and enjoy well.
“Eat, drink and be scary.”Read More
- Wear your Halloween costume and video call your friends and relatives and give them a surprise and enjoy with them.
- Decorate your home with homemade Halloween decorations and take your time beautifying your house and also carve pumpkins in different shapes and use them for decorations.
- Host virtual events for Halloween that will enlighten everyone’s mood giving them a unique and special experience.
- Decide a menu that you and others will enjoy on Halloween.
- What remains for this celebration is gifts, right? Pack some gifts and send them to others, this will make your Halloween an unforgettable one!
“Ghosts and goblins spook galore,
Scary witches at your door,
Wishing you a haunting night
FRESHER’S GUIDE: THE MOST IMPORTANT DOS AND DON’TS OF UNIVERSITY :- University life is indeed full of fun and surprises and this is a period of life when people enjoy their life at most, not only do they discover their personality at the same time they also get to know their areas of interest by participating in various co-curricular activities. University life begins with the well-known fresher’s week.Read More
Freshers’ week or welcome week is a week-long event for first-year university students. It is held for at least a week, although some universities stretch it to two, before commencement of the lectures. Fresher’s week includes a series of activities in order to familiarize the freshers to their university campus and courses and to their seniors whom they can befriend once they enter the university. After the induction program comes the fresher’s party wherein the seniors throw a party for the freshers and they also set a theme according to which the freshers dress up and prepare themselves.
Here is a list of some dos and don’ts which can make you utilize the best as a fresher:
Get involved in the activities organized in the university and sign in for the clubs organized by the university students, this will help you discover your hidden talents.
Try to make more new friends including both from your batch as well as the seniors also, this will help you adjust more to the environment.
Maintain your safety as university life also can sometime become hectic due to undue peer pressure that can lead to depression in severe cases. Safety is especially important for those who reside in hostels.
Organize yourself well as it is very important to manage your routine to keep space for your studies as well as the activities in which you will be participating.
Do exercise to relieve stress or you can go for a walk.
Don’t feel pressured to do anything you don’t want to do, or you are unable to do as everyone has their own capabilities.
Avoid wearing clothes that are too revealing. Wear comfortable clothes to make yourself light.
Don’t skip meals as you will require energy and nourishment for your busy schedule.
Avoid hesitating to ask something if you don’t know and participate actively in lectures and discussion.
Don’t compare yourselves to others and don’t put unnecessary extra pressure on yourself.