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Tips to Manage Fest Season and Studies Together

Our favorite time of the year is here again!!

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Fest season is just around the corner, and the students are becoming busier day by day, making sure all the arrangements are proper and everything goes smoothly as planned. However, amidst all the extra curricular work, the focus diverts from studies and the students constantly struggle to cope up with the syllabus and assignments.

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Here are some tips to help you manage the fest season and studies together:

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1.  DO EXTRA CURRICULAR WORK IN FREE TIME OR AFTER CLASSES ARE OVER

This way your classes won’t be missed and you can devote your spare time for your duties for the fest. It is a win-win!

2. TAKE NOTES FROM YOUR FRIENDS

If you happen to miss some classes, contact your friends later so that you can be updated about what is going on in the lectures and this way you won’t even lack on the study material with. As they say, a friend in need is a friend indeed!

3. SET YOUR PRIORITIES

If you know you won’t get the time to study later owing to the hectic fest preparations, start studying in advance now so that you can avoid the trouble later.

Planning is the key!

4. KEEP IN TOUCH WITH YOUR CLASS REPRESENTATIVE

Be in constant touch with your CR to know about the important updates about  assignment submissions, deadlines, internal assessment schedule, etc if you are engaged in the work for a long time and tend to miss a lot of classes.

5. INFORM YOUR TEACHERS ABOUT YOUR SITUATION

Do let your teachers know beforehand about your assigned responsibilities and the situation at hand if you will be missing a lot of classes. Informing them after the damage has been done will do you no good.

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