Dawinder Singh , Class: (+1-B Non-medical)

//Dawinder Singh , Class: (+1-B Non-medical)

The inspire camp organised by government of India was a great experience for me. I learnt a lot from there. The camp was organised in K.M.V (Jalandhar). The staff of K.M.V. was appreciable and they provided us all the thing we need. The teachers from different universities/ colleges taught us. Their lectures in auditorium were memorable; there was practicability behind every Lecture, so that we can easily under-stand. The lecture of G.S. Sodhi on forensic science was very interesting. Dr. Alex from Kerala also gives us a lot of knowledge. The research technology was very expensive in K.M.V. We came to know about different machines melted to research. Dr. Gopi Sharma told us how the machines work.  After lectures there were cultural activities for the students. There we got a chance to interact with new persons and we made many new friends. The five days passed away very fast. We feel very sad because we came to know that we can never attend the ‘inspire camp’ again in future. On the last day of camp there was carrier counselling for the students. We decide our aim in life and on the last day the principal of K.M.V. gave us very beautiful gift, certificate and their best wished for our future, looking forward for many such camps in life.

Dawinder Singh , Class: (+1-B Non-medical)