ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITY
Right from day one, our team had a policy of working together as a group for all the products. We divided the roles of each member according to his/her interest areas and capability.
My group had members having command in various fields and members who had specific interests as well. This made us a strong group since each one of us was sorted out on what each one’s objective were.
Dear Mr/ Miss Examiner,
Experience, as I’d hate to put it, after reading a few of my classmates’ minds, cannot be put down as under:
“IN PRINT, I learnt….that fonts are pretty…
“IN AUDIO…that there are new softwares…
I cannot believe it! How can you compartmentalize an experience! Sights and sounds packed with truths that are found…everything from the smile on that beautiful superstar “Shivam” of ours till the whole mess of working with people. It’s easier to work alone, I wont lie about that, but its also easier to dream than do. Some challenges are important to face, and I’m happy to say I have faced them. I’m glad things worked out and then they didn’t, and then I thought they wouldn’t, so then they didn’t, and when I figured out a way everything fell in place like nothing happened.
This course has made a professional out of me. I’m not sorry for every penny I’ve spent or every drop of sweat that its taken to get till here. I feel proud when huge ad agencies call and shout- “You wanna join?” I feel happy I’m here. To get it all done. To be sitting here again till 4 in the morning writing this out.
There are still, ofcourse, as any ill planned organisation would face- glitches. Of course there are prints not yet taken, this copy itself that I’m typing now, should probably be spiral binded, and I should be writing down something painfully serious about my experience. Unfortunately, I am painfully serious when it comes to my work. Just not writing about it maybe.