Butwal, April 6, 2017: Nepalese Students’ Club (NSC), one of the country’s leading students’ club on Wednesday conducted a programme ‘Meet of Creative Minds’ at Apex School premises, Butwal. The programme sought to design new pathways for the club for the upcoming year 2074 BS, and gather various proposed projects from its members.
The event saw the presence of more than 100 students from different schools and colleges. Basically conducted to check the creativity level of students, the programme was designed by NSC Vice-President Sagar Aryal in an Eco-Friendly way. And, there was no use of flex, rather a banner was designed in a muslin cloth by the NSC Artist Panel itself. Furthermore, the programme was started by watering the plant by the chief guest, a new creative idea from NSC rather the tradition of lighting a candle.
Aryal formally triggered the session with his presentation and the participants started preparing the projects in a written way in the points: Project Name, Project Time, Project Budgeting, Project targeted students and Project Description. Then, each and every participant presented their projects on the stage with much enthusiasm, showing their talents in front of all. All the participants were handed over with rose plants from Oli & Associates, the hospitality sponsor for the programme.
The Students were keenly interested in various sessions conducted as part of the programme, and the event received good feedbacks from all the participants and guests. “Today, I am really impressed with the creativity of students from the club. They have really designed good and impressive projects for 2074 and we will be implementing those in the coming year,” shared the elated programme coordinator, Sagar Aryal.
The event also saw some cultural performances from the NSC Dance Panel and NSC Singing Panel.
The event had presence of Kishmat Pachhai, President of NSC, Nawaraj Gyawali, Managing Director of Oli &Associates, Min Prasad Sharma, Managing Director of Educon Learning Center, Resham Neupane, NSC Panel Advisor for Fashion and Modeling, Krishna Chauhan, President of Nepal Volunteering and Blood Donation Society, and Sabita Neupane, President of Butwal Coders Girls among others.
NSC also had recently launched ‘Women Warrior Project’, making girl students to write about the present-day society views towards women and their responsibilities in building the world a better place to live in.