To all those who know me, you’ll be glad we are acquainted. As I’m contesting for the post of Secretary, people are going to talk about me, good and bad, and say this and that. You’ll be glad because you can say, “Oh, I know that guy”. For those who do not know me, nothing to fret about, let me introduce myself. I’m Roydon D’souza, student of St. Aloysius College, II BCA ‘A’ batch.
“Wars and elections are both too big and too small to matter in the long run. The daily work – that goes on, it adds up.” says Barbara Kingsolver. I am a strong believer of this, changing little things that matter everyday, make a whole world of difference.
My plan for you (My perspective, your future)
I don’t want to sound like Barack Obama but I intend to do what he wants to do, bring in the right kind of change. Harmony between students and management through absolute democracy by building a platform for face to face interactions is my outlook.
Online Grievance/ Complaint Box
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Postal criticism Box
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Help me mould your future with my ideas. Vote for me and be the change.
Unlike phony politicians with big promises and small beliefs, I have the required competence and qualification.
Note down the qualification and achievements:
Well, well I want to tell you I am a leader of caliber. I am open minded, helpful, down to earth, experienced in my role (class representative 2 consecutive years), believe in equality and innovative methods. To mention a few of my achievements, I’m the co- editor of suratkalchurch.com, state vice president- AICUF, a creator of many social, community and corporate networks, and desktop applications. I have been the proud winner of district level IT quiz, won prizes in animation, programming. I have attended various seminars and workshops and leadership camps.
To sum it up I want to say, vote for me and look forward to change in the right perspective. To quote Ralph Waldo “Those who stay away from the election think that one vote will do no good: ‘Tis but one step more to think one vote will do no harm.”
So please be there to cast your vote for me.