Student's Life At CHA
There are other committees formed too, and include Event Management, Social Service, Cafeteria committee (where the students take on the entire responsibility of operations and managing the students cafeteria), Sales & Marketing and Sports & Cultural Events Committees. Representatives from all batches form part of these committees too, each of which formulates and implements action plans for various events in consultation with the management and faculty mentors.
This balance between academic, practical and personal development is designed to groom students into complete professionals, each with their own unique talents and abilities.
This system gives the students an opportunity to own their organisational skills and imbibe follow-up management techniques, diplomacy, empathy and patience; perseverance, time management and evolve a style of leadership of their own, And of course work on making their communication skills and abilities more effective.
They also learn the concept of “ownership”- to take responsibility for one’s actions. Socially too, they gain more confidence, apart from developing a habit of participation and belonging, and more importantly, values such as humility, compassion, honesty and integrity.
Students are also encouraged to interact as much as possible with each other.
Each month the students themselves nominate one student per batch to be their coordinator. The Committee of student coordinators
from different classes / batches thereafter liaises between themselves, the faculty and the companies / corporates. Meetings between
students, their committee and the Institute are held regularly, with an agenda covering academic matters, general operational problems
or points on social and welfare aspects, which the students in particular may wish to put forward to the Director and the senior faculty
members. This of course is over and above the one-to-one interaction between students and the faculty on an on – going basis.