A delegation of 20 students from Daffodil Polytechnic Institute embarked on a journey to India.

A team of 20 students from Daffodil Polytechnic Institute went on a 10-day trip to India, where they participated in the International Volunteer & Internship Program (IVIP) at Kalinga Institute of Social Sciences (KISS) in Bhubaneswar, Odisha.

The program, which is designed to provide students with global industry-academy experience, allowed the Daffodil Polytechnic students to learn about Indian culture and society, as well as to gain practical experience in their chosen fields of study.

The students participated in a variety of activities, including:

– Volunteering at local schools and community organizations
– Attending lectures and workshops on topics such as social justice, entrepreneurship, and sustainable development
– Conducting research on topics of interest to them

The students also had the opportunity to visit the KISS campus, which is home to a variety of academic and research facilities. They also visited other places of interest in Bhubaneswar, including the Lingaraj Temple, the Jagannath Temple, and the Khandagiri Caves.

The students said that the IVIP program was a valuable experience that helped them to grow as individuals and professionals. They expressed their gratitude to Daffodil Polytechnic Institute for providing them with the opportunity to participate in the program.

Key takeaways from the IVIP program:

– Daffodil Polytechnic students are eager to learn about other cultures and societies.
– They are capable of adapting to new environments and situations.
– They are committed to making a positive impact on the world.

The IVIP program is a valuable opportunity for students to gain global industry-academy experience. It helps students to develop their skills, knowledge, and understanding of the world around them.

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