Zindagi Badalni Haito Uski Zimmedari Uthao

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Salina Marandi, GWDD, 2nd SEM, ARENA ANIMATION, PARK STREET

Hello everyone, I am Salina Marandi, a student of Arena Animation, Park Street. It’s been two months since I started a new journey as a student of GWDD (Graphics, Web Design & Development) 2nd Sem. And I am writing my first blog to share my experience till now with you all.

In July 2017, I became the part of Arena Animation, Park Street. I joined GWDD course with a firm motive to make my dreams come true, to be independent. The 1st semester classes were very fine and I was happy to receive the classes given to us. Our faculty taught us the software with proper guidance and solved our queries with care and patience. But now I have realized that just by attending classes, learning the software tools, being a self-centered person will not be enough to achieve what I ever wanted to.

And this realization came when a new chapter was unfoldedin my life. One fine day on 2nd June 2018, I came to my 1stSemester class, after few minutes our faculty told us,

“Time to go to 3rd floor, Pinocchio Lab”.

All of a sudden we started preparing ourselves for the introductory meeting, wearing ID card, turning mobile to silent mode, wishing each other good luck. As we all knew, we will be meeting the famous person known for discipline and regularity in Arena Animation, Park Street ,  Somnath Sir.

My first introduction with Sir was very “ darise hmisi” .And why not?Meeting the ‘SINGHAM’ of Arena Animation, Park Street for the first time.Additionally heard so many-rumors about him. I was as meek as a lamb. But towards the end of the meeting I was confirmed that to be a part of this lab and to achieve success, hard work and proper planning is very essential.

Our three days orientation taken by our mentor was genuinely an enlightening experience. I built self-confidence within me. Those days were the self-evaluation days, very much needed before proceeding in this course.Again giving me a realization that it’s I who can build my future and destroy my future too.

Our seniors have always been an inspiration to us with their team unity, confidence and straightforwardness towards their dream job.

The after class group discussion with the seniors and with my team members have turned out to be a fruitful one. Spending quality time with my team members, learning team coordination, helping each other in need was never a part of me but now it holds a great importance in my life.

The last two months have honestly brought a lot of change in me. It has taught me to be patience with my work, proper planning, time management, research, carry positive attitude everywhere and to be happy with the work that we do. I remember our mentor stated in one of the orientation days that,

“Aaj se 8 mahino baad tum apne aapko dekhkar yakin nahi kar paoge ki tum pehle kyathe or ab kya ho.”

I belief this whole statement, when there is a change in me within 2 months, then I am ready for more changes in me in the upcoming 6 months.

My life in Pinocchio Lab is going well and it will go well too. As the negative blockage from my mind and heart is slowly fading away. My dreams are visible now. And my motive has been inspired and motivated again to take real actions.

Thank you everyone, that’s all I have to write. And soon I will be back again in my next blog with interesting and exciting topics. Till then be positive and spread positivity  Goodbye!

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GWDD Safar Hai Suhana

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Arindam Bhowmick, 2nd Sem, GWDD, Arena Animation, Park Street

Hello readers! I am back with my another piece of experience  in GWDD PLUS  journey in Arena Animation, Park Street. Hopefully it will put an impact on all of you  and help to learn from my mistakes. If you haven’t checked my experience on internship, then check out the link below: –

https://arenaps.wordpress.com/2018/06/09/koi-bhi-dhandha-chota-nahi-hota-dhandhe-se-bada-koi-dharam-nahi-hota/

Only 1 month left to complete this course. Now I feel lucky to choose this course to achieve my dream job as Graphics and Web Designer. GWDD taught me so many lessons which really helped me a lot to overcome challenges which might have been impossible for me to manage. Working as a Design Intern I really like doing graphics design but it’s not easy enough to manage web programming classes at the same time. At first I only stayed within the class timings (TTS 11-1pm only ), but now it takes an entire day in the class. The important thing is researching and updating myself with the latest trends (Graphics & Web Designing  2018 onwards) so that I can compete with current competition I have to face in the market. I tell you, web programming is not easy as a subject. For this I must be focused and passionate to learn these languages in more details .Day by day, I am sacrificing to do everything to achieve my target.

My mentor  Singham Sir( Somnath Chakraborty) is really motivating me through this challenging time I am dealing with everyday. At evening, when I reach home, I work on my Internship till midnight or sometimes longer. After that I do my research work on web, complete assignments and projects in the course. In spite of all these I also participate in competitions like Creative Minds, GWDD monthly activities and seminars.

Check Our last activity on APS FIFA MANIA in the link below: –

( https://www.facebook.com/groups/727106617412875/permalink/1621699851286876/  )

Check out our last Seminar on GRAPHICS AND WEB DESIGNING in the link below: –

( https://www.facebook.com/groups/727106617412875/permalink/1610809839042544/ )

I got all the inspirations from my seniors/alumni’s, from their efforts, hard work and success stories which are motivating for me. All my alumni are well settled and succeeded to achieve their dream jobs. Whenever I get frustrated and feel weak, I always think about them, their struggles. If they could, why can’t I?

With this internship I am getting an idea what I will face in the job and thus helping me to have good communication skills, planning, organized work and maintaining the deadline. It’s never easy at first but I never like to give up.

At times I really feel very over-pressured handling both together. Sometimes I do lose my temper and become frustrated. But one thing never came in my mind, i.e. to quit. The experience that I am getting here, the struggles that I have to do and extra load that I am taking will pay off in the near future, I can feel it. I can feel the changes in me and improvement in my skills. GWDD PLUS  is not just a course but a full training session where I got trained to broaden my thoughts, to come out of the well, to think out of the box, to see the world and live like how I want to live, different from the crowd, deviated from the rat race. The ethics and moral are now in my veins, which will never leave me. And thus, as life moves on I will move on with all these valuable riches.

I know I have to take risks. If I win I will be happy, if I lose I will be wise.

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Kargil Shaheedo Ko Salam

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Arindam Bhowmick, GWDD (2nd Sem), Arena Animation, Park Street.

Hello readers, I am back with another blog sharing experience of our monthly activity which is conducted every month by GWDD (2nd) Sem Students of Arena Animation, Park Street. Like every month we make plan and execute. So, we decided to dedicate this monthly activity to our “Shaheed Jawans” of Kargil War (Operation Vijay), lest we forget. The infamous Kargil war was fought about 19 years ago. Since 1999, Kargil Vijay Diwas is celebrated on 26th July. Our activity occurred on 20th July remembering sacrifices made by our Indian Army Worriers.

“Kargil Vijay Diwas remind us of India’s military prowess”

We started our monthly activity like every activity we do, but this was an honorable tribute to salute our national heroes. Our team was very much energized to proceed this activity. We were all set for work and started our work as we planned. In the meantime, we took chai-break (Morning energy drink) which was very much needed to keep up our good work within our work. To keep our environment patriotic, we were listening to patriotic songs while working in our own.

“Our flag does not fly because the wind moves it, it flies with the last breath of each solider who died protecting it.”

We felt very much energized in presence of our MAHAGURU (Sir Ramesh Ruia).  He really appreciated our theme of this monthly activity. He shared stories of battles in Kargil war. And also, his experience of Kargil war Memorial visit in Dras, in the foothills of the Tololing Hill. It was really informative and sorrow moment of martyrs of Kargil war.

“Either I will come back after hoisting the tricolors or I will come back wrapped in it, but I will come back for sure.”

-Capt. Vikram Batra

We are really secured and sleeping well for the sacrifice made by our soldiers. We should pay tribute to our soldiers. If we are patriotic we shouldn’t feel proud by having the facilities from our country we should be proud to give and do for our country. A life of solider is not that they leave their mother to serve its like they join another mother to serve (BHARAT MATA). I am really touched by this activity we did, it’s really proud moment in Arena Animation, Park Street to tribute to our soldiers.

“Service Before Self” – Indian Army

Our team worked really hard and gave their tribute through this activity to Our National Heroes. Our final work was executed well as planned. We really felt proud by the tricolours which really showed the dedication and importance to our work.

Get a glimpse of our activity here.

This Activity is really made me learn so many things which I learnt in one day lesson of a year. Most important this work was impossible with out team work, dedication, team coordination, passion. This was an oxygen for after whole month of works. I am really Proud to be an Indian to pay tribute to our heroes of nation.

“Nothing is possible without unity and integrity.”

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Aaj Ki Shaam, Shaheedon Ke Naam

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Sumaiya Rahman, GWDD (2nd Sem), Arena Animation, Park Street

A monthly activity conducted by the students of GWDD (2nd Sem), Arena Animation, Park Street is no more a secret to the world. Every month we decide a theme, plan a layout and execute it on the final day with team work, team co-ordination and hard work. But the last activity (i.e. on 20th July, 2018) compelled me to pen down my experience. Before proceeding any further I would like to mention the theme first, it was on “Kargil Vijay Diwas” which is celebrated on 26th July.

The day holds a beautiful story of bravery, sacrifice and patriotism behind it. Not many of us know the significance and thus mostly it is neglected. Our whole team decided to dedicate our last activity to the martyrs of Kargil war.

The morning was no different from others. Everything happened as decided and we were set to work. It was after our first picture got posted in the Facebook, inviting everyone to join us that we got to know that MAHAGURU (Ramesh Ruia Sir) would like to join us to share some wonderful stories. Who doesn’t like to listen to stories! The spark of excitement was clearly visible on everyone’s faces and all were again energized. When sir arrived we all waited curiously to explore what’s lying ahead. And let me tell you, those few moments that he spent with us were enough to make us speechless, numb and feel ashamed of us. In a situation where we often complain about that costly dress we couldn’t buy or the pair of shoes that were not on sale or may be the meal which wasn’t tasty, there are humans working hard 24X7 to keep us inside the safety bubble, to protect us from foreign attacks and maintain peace in their home, their motherland. They give their lives everyday, staying isolated from the rest of the world so that we can see the morning sun rays or enjoy with our friends and families. And every morning, when we take our lives, our protection for granted we never think that all these are a favor on us by some selfless son or daughter of our country. The stories from Kargil War shook us from inside. The difficulties that we couldn’t even imagine were faced and conquered by our Indian Army.

It took me a while to come back to the activity from those bravery tales of our soldiers. But that brought a major change in my outlook, in my work on that day. Suddenly, I wasn’t working because I had to. I was working because from my heart I wanted to pay them the homage and dedicate all our hard work, our special day to them. Like other activities, problems did arrive. But where different souls were working with the same sacred intention, problems hurdles and obstacles had to be defeated.

The work seemed to be less but turned out to be a big unexpected bundle. Once again, due to this miscalculation we crossed the deadline. But at the end, when everyone looked at the board, the final output of the whole day, the tri color of Indian Flag, a jolt of patriotism, a smile of satisfaction reflected on our faces.

This activity left an impression deep on the soul. It taught us more than anything we have faced in Pinocchio Lab (our class room) till now. Along with making the bond stronger between the team members, it also made the bond stronger with our “MAA”, our motherland. And now, I feel proud to say that “I am a GWDDian, I am an Indian”.

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Ye Dil Mange More

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Hello readers! I am Shebi Maurya from GWDD, 2nd sem of Arena Animation, Park Street, writing my second blog to share my exciting experience with you all on GWDD July month activity. So far we have done a lot of activities, but this month’s was very special to us.

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Every month I wait for our monthly activity. This is not just an activity; this is a kind of refreshment which is needed after a full month of hectic schedule and work pressure. We start planning our activity a week before the activity date. All these monthly activities stand more special to me since it gives me an opportunity to show my love and passion for painting.

All these monthly activities are theme-based; we decide a theme and plan our activity accordingly. Our July month theme was on “Kargil Vijay Diwas”. A small effort to give homage to the brave soldiers who has sacrificed their life in the “Kargil War”. Kargil Vijay Diwas is celebrated on 26th July every year in honor of  the Kargil War heroes. We started our work at sharp 9:00 AM with full enthusiasm. All of us were contributing in crafts and painting according to our capabilities. Our activity is not only about crafts and painting, it is also learning how to work in a team and complete your work within deadline.

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                     “If we ate in peace, then thanks a soldier”.

We all were busy with our work and suddenly our Mahaguru Mr. Ramesh Ruia Sir came and asked us whether we know the whole story of Kargil War. He shared his experience of visiting Kargil and the real story of Kargil War. He told us the importance of this day. We all were touched by the story, that how our brave soldiers with their determined efforts recaptured all the Indian posts that had been occupied by the enemy. He told us about late Captain Vikram Batra who fought and was martyred on July 7 , 1999 in combat with enemy. No one can ever forget, ‘ye dil maange more.’ This is what late Captain Vikram Batra said to his commander at the base during the Kargil War. He appreciated our initiatives for doing activity on Kargil Vijay Diwas.

After these we all were back to our work and tried to finish  50 % of our work before lunch time. I was busy with the painting  & others with crafts, captions etc. Then when clock struck 2:00 PM, we had lunch break. This is the best part of our activity because we do lunch together including Somnath Chakraborty Sir and Sayani Mukherjee Mam. After completing our lunch we were again back to our work, but this time with little pressure because time was passing and a lot of work was still pending.

We all were doing our respective works and some how manage to complete our work by 5:30 PM. Then we went down and installed our work. After installation a group picture was taken and like this we completed our activity on a good note.

If someone asks me what will I miss most about my GWDD course? I will definitely say monthly activity.

I’ll either come back after raising the Tricolour or wrapped in it”.

                                                                                     – Captain Vikram Batra

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Shaheedon Ko APS Ka Salaam

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A warm greeting and NAMASTE to all. I, Diksha Singh, GWDD (2nd Sem) student have been sharing my experiences through blogs.This time I en marked an experience like no-other, and was really touched so thought of sharing it with you all through this digital medium.Hope you all will like it too, so ” Is alag experience ko janne k liye, mere sath bane rahe”.If you missed my first blog check in the link below:

https://arenaps.wordpress.com/2018/07/06/bimari-se-dar-nai-lagta-sahab-gwdd-class-miss-karne-se-lagta-hai/

The quality of life is determined by activities, and our beliefs are the invisible ingredients in all our activities. For a GWDDIAN monthly activities is a medication which we need to take once in a month, so that we can carry out with our upcoming work load, and refresh our mind.

This time we chose a different topic to work on- “KARGIL VIJAY DIWAS” Kargil Vijay Diwas, celebrated on July 26, commemorates India’s victory and honors the war heroes .On this day in 1999, the Indian Army successfully took control of posts at a treacherous high altitude and glaciated terrain across the Himalayas in the Ladakh region of Jammu and Kashmir, after fighting for 60 days.

More than 500 soldiers from Indian Armed Forces sacrificed their lives during the war. Well, this was in brief about the Kargil Vijay Diwas.

Now let us see how my GWDD family executed the activity. As before all of us gathered in our Pinocchio lab by 9:10 AM, and we started unwrapping our props and bags. All of us already had a planning sheet with us according to which we all were supposed to proceed. I was handling the craft part, and was coordinating members for the same. My team mates were busy with their respective works. After working for an hour, we got our “chai-break”. All of us had chai and samosa. After a revival of 20 minutes, we got back to our work. After a few minutes, our alumni Shah Alam bhaia joined us, and this was a really great surprise .After few minutes, when all of us were busy with our respective works MAHAGURU , Mr. Ramesh Kumar Ruia Sir came inside our room, and shared the reason why we celebrate Kargil Vijay Diwas. After hearing the story, we were emotionally moved and again got back to our work. The clock struck 14:00 PM, and it was our lunch time finally. We completed our lunch together and resumed our works again. We were left with lots of work, and hours passed like seconds.

We still managed to complete our activity by 5:35 PM. It was one of the best works we ever did.

All of us went down for its final installation. After installation a group picture was taken. For all of us this activity was a “zara sa hatt ke” type. It was a dedication to all those brave INDIAN JAWANS, who sacrificed their life for our nation.Patriotism is our conviction that this country is superior to all other countries because we are born in it. So, this activity was a small tribute to all those gallant soldiers,who sacrificed there life for us, for our nation, from Arena Animation, Park Street, GWDD students. At the end I would just like to say that- “Let Us Together Commence a Journey of Peace, Harmony, and Progress”.

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Sab Ki Waatt Laga Dali..

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Sumaiya Rahman, GWDD 2nd Sem, Arena Animation, Park Street.

Greetings to every eye on the screen! I, Sumaiya Rahman, GWDD (2nd Sem) student have been sharing my experiences through blogs for a long time now. Whether it be a seminar or journey so far, whether it be an event or self-improvement, I have been sharing every ounce of it in these blank spaces of the screen (I would have said blank pages if it was not digital).

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This time I behold an experience like no-other, gems more valuable than Kohinoor, ethics and morals which make us fit for industry (Get a glimpse here). Pinocchio Lab (our classroom) has a unique way to transfer these into us. And that unique way is called “Seminar & Workshop” (Click here to experience another such a seminar). Why am I calling it a unique way? You’ll soon find out if you stick with me till the end.

Saturdays are always special with some event going on. Similarly, last Saturday (relative to the time when I am typing this) i.e. 14th July, 2018 I witnessed a seminar and workshop most “hatke” (different) from others. The day started with photo shoot and I discovered my hidden talent and hidden affection for camera. When the clock struck 11AM, we all settled down in respective places and waited for Singham (Somnath Sir) to start with the presentation. Before starting anything he gave us a small hint of what is lying ahead along with keeping a bundle of suspense wrapped in white papers on the table, clearly visible to all. What a man!!!! Were we supposed to concentrate on his speech? Or the bundle ? But I tell you, as the seminar proceeded and he started speaking, every word seemed to be a capsule, a remedy for what lacks in us.

The first half went smoothly when we were on the comfortable seat and sir stood there, speaking endlessly. And then after a short time, suddenly the chairs turned to a hot seat and the ambience became heavier than ever.

In the trial interview that occurred we all realized how much more effort we still need to put. Some questions we could answer and some we couldn’t. But most importantly we understood the mental state we have to go through before an interview. Each minute passed by like an hour when we were waiting for our turn. Even though the interview was over, tension stayed back, probably waiting for the results. It was like a mock test in which we scored 40% but got to learn 200%.

The air became lighter when MAHAGURU ( Mr.Ramesh Ruia Sir ) entered and took a session. Suddenly the room was filled with positive vibes and a smile spread on each of our faces. He shared his experiences as an interview candidate and then as a recruiter as well, which gave us a broader idea of the whole system. Well, that didn’t last long. It was then time for unfolding the bundle of suspense kept on the table. When curiosity was at it’s peak we finally opened the papers and found team names with members and tasks written on it. We all sighed and went back to machines to execute the work. Suddenly, the known computers were strangers to us and we felt like we are sitting in another place we’ve never visited before. (Enjoy The Video Here)

The whole day took us one step closer to the job I believe. It was a part of our preparations and I’ll say the most important one, without which we would never be “Job Ready”. One by one, all the sessions left a long lasting impact on our minds. It taught us to be prepared for the unexpected, to handle the pulse when everything around you is going wrong. Technically we can still reach the benchmark. But it’ll be of no use if we cannot execute on the final day, i.e. the interview day. And thus, to prepare your mind not to get knock out under such tension is a big thing that we still need to learn. As said by our dear sir, now we know,

“Hope for the best. But, be prepared for the worst”.

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