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How a Typical Day Looks Like for a REVA Fresher

To be honest, a typical day of a REVA fresher is quite hectic and fun as the class starts from 8.30 in the morning and goes up to 4.30 in the evening including small breaks and lunch hours. The fresher students follow an “early to bed and early to rise” schedule, which helps them to keep their body and mind fit. In REVA University, a newcomer has to attend 7 classes per day and each period lasts for about 45 minutes to 1 hour. So, let us see how a typical day looks like for a REVA fresher.

Step 1: The newcomer has to wake up at 7 in the morning since the class starts from 8.30 AM. After waking up, they spend some time to freshen up and then breakfast. After completing the daily chores, they start on their way towards REVA University.

Step 2: First-year students have to pay attention to the class because the faculty members will impart knowledge on a new topic every day related to the curriculum. They have to take notes and learn a lot at REVA University’s interactive classrooms. The faculty members and students share knowledge as well as personal experiences with each other maintaining a happy and healthy ambience.

Step 3: After the 1st period is over, the students will get a small break of 10-15 minutes for refreshing their mind. Here, we believe that young minds should not be burdened with continuous lectures to avoid boredom. A small break rejuvenates the mind and body of the students and makes them prepared for the next class.

Step 4: After attending four classes, a fresher will get a lunch break. During this time, they can talk with their friends and have some nice food from REVA University’s Food Court or hostel mess. The lunch hours last up to 55 minutes, i.e. from 12.30 PM to 1.25 PM.

Step 5: After lunch hours, the students have to attend another 3 classes. Sometimes, the faculty members take the students out for a technical or industrial visit that enhances their practical as well as theoretical knowledge. A visit related to the curriculum renders amazing practical experience to the students, which is missing inside a classroom or a modern laboratory.

Step 6: Once the classes are over, it is time for the new students have to return to their respective hostels or their home. After reaching the hostel or home, they will freshen up and can do anything that they like. They might spare some time for hobbies or passion or they can simply indulge in their studies.

Self-studying is a great method to learn and memorise things. By doing so, a student can utilise their valuable time to boost the learning experience no matter whether they are studying their curriculum or a topic just for fun. With the help of self-study, a fresher will be able to go beyond basic learning experience than their class textbooks and faculty members can teach them. With the aid of self-study, a student can discover more about the topics and develop an interest in it.

We hope that the blog has shared everything about a fresher’s life and you got deeper insights into the life of a fresher at REVA University.  If you study intelligently and smartly, you can take part in all the social activities that take place at REVA University without hampering your studies.

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