Institute Soapbox (Day 3): Cultural Affairs Secretary (Lit)

Day 3 of the institute soapbox saw the candidates for the positions of Speaker, SLC and Cultural Affairs Secretary (Lit and Arts) present to the student body their vision and mission for their respective positions next academic year. Akash Kumar and Surya Suresh put down a brief report of the soapbox for the post of Cultural Affairs Secretary (Arts) in this article.

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Institute Soapbox (Day 3): Cultural Affairs Secretary (Arts)

Day 3 of the institute soapbox saw the candidates for the positions of Speaker, SLC and Cultural Affairs Secretary (Lit and Arts) present to the student body their vision and mission for their respective positions next academic year. Akash Kumar and Surya Suresh put down a brief report of the soapbox for the post of Cultural Affairs Secretary (Arts) in this article.

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Manifesto Reviews 2015-16: Aditya U, Cultural Affairs Secretary (Arts)

Following a nail-biting election, Aditya U was elected as the Cultural Secretary (Arts) for the academic year of 2015-16. His manifesto is unlike the CulSec (Lit), in the manner that while most of Koushik’s points are easily quantifiable, Aditya has focused more on improving the quality of LitSoc and Saarang

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Election Matters : HAS, Sports Sec and CulSec (Arts) Soapboxes

In yet another article on the election soapboxes, we present summaries of the soapboxes of the following three unopposed candidates: Kishore KS, Sethu Madhavan and Gokulesh TG contesting for the posts of HAS, Sports Secretary and Cultural Affairs Secretary (Arts) respectively. The audience for each of these soapboxes was small, as expected. Nevertheless, please read through the article to know more about your candidates.

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Election Matters : Cul Sec (Literary) Soapbox

The debate between Shreyas Harish and Mehul Chaudhary, complete with the presence of a highly vocal and questioning crowd, showed the amount of competition this year for the post of Cultural Affairs Secretary (Literary). The first round of the debate was started off by Mehul, who presented his manifesto in brief, and answered questions that were raised through the online survey, followed by Shreyas in the same pattern.

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