Shreyansh Lodha, President of Software Club
Shreyansh Lodha is the president of Software Club. He is a genuinely optimistic person who strives to improve every day. He sat down for a conversation with DWIT News' Aakankshya Shrestha.
What are the three words your family or friends would use to describe you?
Lazy, soft-spoken, lucky.
What makes you happiest?
Achieving something that I could not yesterday.
What things do you not like to do?
Not to improve every day.
What was your upbringing like?
I guess I had a normal and genuine upbringing. There was nothing special but I loved how I grew up.
Who is your personal hero? Why?
My dad. He makes me see the best in people.
What’s the one thing people always misunderstand about you?
I study a lot. Maybe, yeah.[laughing] That’s definitely it; people always think that I study a lot.
What’s your greatest failure and how did you overcome it?
I do not like to label any event as a failure because after every event occurs, I learn something.
Do you consider yourself extrovert or introvert?
Somewhere in between. A bit leaning towards introvert, but not in either of the extremes.
Why did you choose your respective club? What motivates you to work hard for the club?
It was because I like programming. In addition, because I like interpersonal skills a lot and I have always wanted to work on developing my skills. Being a member of the club I can code and being the president makes me talk more and learn new things; that’s the thing that motivates me.
Club goals or club members? What comes first for you?
It is sort of an equilibrium. Club members and club goals should both be on the same page.
What kind of legacy do you want to leave?
Just improving every day is a great feat. If someone can achieve that, that’s the legacy I want to leave.