RAMAKRISHNA

SHASHAN K
March 10, 2020
RAJGOPALAN
March 10, 2020

RAMAKRISHNA

RAMAKRISHNA

60 plus students from IBMR-IBS Bangalore got a great opportunity to visit Singapore from 25th November to 29th November 2018. We all were excited to visit a new country, learn many things and also attended management sessions in 2 great universities. Our group visited many places, had city tour etc and learnt so many principles of life. I personally had a wonderful experience during this tour to Singapore. From the moment I landed in Singapore’s Changi international airport. I was awe-struck and was greatly impressed, maybe it was the fact that the place was so clean, orderly and efficient. And to my luck the airport was decorated for the upcoming festival Christmas, which made me feel joyful and happy. When I exited the airport and entered Singapore, we were led to a bus by our tour guide. I liked the big buildings and the convenient transportation, it was very different from India. I was also interested in the old houses, which told me lot about the heroic history of Singapore. I was told that if there wasn’t history then there wouldn’t be a future. There are beautiful works of art like the Esplanade opera house, marina bay sands and Merlion, which are regarded as symbols of modern and peace-loving country. In Singapore the most attractive things for me were the sight seeing and culture. Its s an island country, so the culture is related to the sea in every aspect of life. We spent a whole day at Sentosa island, playing, enjoying the rides etc. the most enjoyed one was the cable car ride, somehow my fear of heights was forgotten while busy having a good sight of the country at the top angle. What caught my attention was the aquarium at Sentosa island, having so many varieties of fishes, it was literally a treat to my eyes. Speaking about our visit to 2 different universities, i.e., Singapore institute of management where a session on creative leadership to drive change held by prof. Francis Tan, learnt a lot of things and many lessons of life. The other one is James cook university, we had a good campus tour too. I would like to extend my gratitude towards our principal\director Dr. Venkatesh Arakeri and Ms. Ambika Venkatesh and our prof. Dr Ravichandra reddy for accompanying us throughout the journey, also our trip organiser Mr. Basavaraj for having a great trip planned and organised as per the plan.
AIMS IBS - Bangalore
2020-03-10T11:44:28+00:00
60 plus students from IBMR-IBS Bangalore got a great opportunity to visit Singapore from 25th November to 29th November 2018. We all were excited to visit a new country, learn many things and also attended management sessions in 2 great universities. Our group visited many places, had city tour etc and learnt so many principles of life. I personally had a wonderful experience during this tour to Singapore. From the moment I landed in Singapore’s Changi international airport. I was awe-struck and was greatly impressed, maybe it was the fact that the place was so clean, orderly and efficient. And to my luck the airport was decorated for the upcoming festival Christmas, which made me feel joyful and happy. When I exited the airport and entered Singapore, we were led to a bus by our tour guide. I liked the big buildings and the convenient transportation, it was very different from India. I was also interested in the old houses, which told me lot about the heroic history of Singapore. I was told that if there wasn’t history then there wouldn’t be a future. There are beautiful works of art like the Esplanade opera house, marina bay sands and Merlion, which are regarded as symbols of modern and peace-loving country. In Singapore the most attractive things for me were the sight seeing and culture. Its s an island country, so the culture is related to the sea in every aspect of life. We spent a whole day at Sentosa island, playing, enjoying the rides etc. the most enjoyed one was the cable car ride, somehow my fear of heights was forgotten while busy having a good sight of the country at the top angle. What caught my attention was the aquarium at Sentosa island, having so many varieties of fishes,...
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