CAS Profile-Nidhi Grover

Hello! I am Nidhi Grover. I’m a 17 year old student from Fountainhead school, Surat who happens to enjoy reading, keeping up obsessively with gymnastics and figure skating (and ranting to whoever will listen about it!), history, listening to music and art.

I would like to consider myself to have a knack for Biology and being good with research work.

One thing I would like to improve on even further is my fitness and getting involved actively in some sport like swimming or athletics, as it would be physically and socially very beneficial. I would also like to improve my communication skills and become a more empathetic and compassionate person.

I like to live by and one day hopefully fully adopt the principles of respect, celebrating uniqueness and individuality.

Some of the issues I feel most passionately about are improving the quality and accessibility of healthcare and education, recognising and learning from history, environmental preservation and animal welfare, I aim to take up or be actively involved in initiatives to aid these causes.

Somethings I would love to learn more about include everything to be with science and history as I like to seek answers continuously and it would be great to understand the natural world around us and history would help me understand the events happening around me today better.

One thing I would love to try extensively is baking and going on a food tour, which I hope I will be looking forward to in the future.

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service/ cas project. teaching rural children.

L2. Demonstrate that challenges have been undertaken, developing new skills Initially, it was difficult to get the kids to interact with. The first day was very tedious to work with them, they wouldn’t collaborate or co-operate. All of them were extremely hesitant to speak for the first few sessions. So I started to conduct indoor […]

Experience 8- Collecting and recycling used milk bags

For this CAS experience, I covered LO1, LO2, LO3, LO4, LO5, LO6, LO7 For this CAS experience, a few of us collaborated to reduce the presents of single-use plastic. We spread awareness about the dreadful consequences of throwing empty milk bags with normal household trash. We made posters and shared messages in our social media […]