Grades for first assignment – Srishti course elective – The lyrical
1.Shyamli Panda – A- – for exhibiting a good understanding of the varied resources at hand that can help one in writing powerful poetry like imagery, sound, line length, syllable count, punctuation, rhyme, vocabulary, echoes etc.
2.Roshan Ali – B+ For a genuine first attempt at writing poetry with a capital P in the course of which a few memorable lines, rhymes, sounds and images have floated up.
3. Ashwin Bhaskaran – B For writing a poem that is more like the literary lyric.
4. Roanna Rahman - B
For beginning to exhibit an understanding of the nature of the rhythmic, rhyming lyric – that it is song-like and simple and harmoniously beautiful.
5.Vaibhav Raghunandan – B For writing a poem that reminds one of the fact that much of Indian poetry is wittily didactic and argumentative.
6. Aashim Raj – B-
7.Pratapaditya Deb – B-
For raising the old issue of whether poetry can be metaphysical and still enchant, bringing in a typically Indian bent of mind of looking at the definition of what is poetic , a poem etc. thereby.
8.Prerna Gupta – C+ - For writing a surprisingly compact lyric.
9.Aditi Goenka – C+ - For writing a poem that in its dwelling on the self is typically Indian and is noticeable for its title and frequent syntactic inversion of the I.
10.Samia Singh – C For writing a beautiful last line which contains an unforgettable image in her attempt to pen a modern love lyric.