Holiday List 2020
*Depends on visibility of moon, the exact date will be declared at that time.
Balancing Study Pressure & Campus Life
ITS believes in a balanced student life where study load is relieved with fun, sports & holidays
Taking breaks improves productivity
You might think that working / studying late and not taking time off means you will get more work done, but research has actually found that when working longer hours, students/faculty aren’t as creative and find it hard to maintain the same intensity level in their work. So by working yourself too hard, it could actually be detrimental to the quality of your study.
You’ll be healthier
If you don’t take the time off to relax and unwind, you are putting yourself at risk of becoming stressed. Stress can have negative implications for your health, such as high blood pressure, heart disease and depression. So it’s important to look after yourself, as well as your workload!
Quality time with loved ones
College Study-Life balance is important
If a good study-life balance is not met in your college / university, it’s likely that you will start to build negative feelings towards your college, and it could also take it’s toll on your health. In order to be happy at studies and maintain the drive to gain at the best of your ability, it’s important for you to be able to balance work study time your personal life, so that you are not deprived of doing things you enjoy outside of work and are living a healthy lifestyle.