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Tuesday, September 4, 2007

Good Morning ITBHU

Old saying ...

Early to bed and early to rise, Makes man Healthy wealthy wise.

I can make only thing sure that, it does not fit to ITians at any time of their stay here in IT-BHU. All of us try to attend the classes but mostly fall short of their plan execution. If every student would start following the same routine of sleeping ,waking up and getting refreshed then our institute would fall short of bathrooms.

It sounds amazing but a true scene of our hostel capacity versus bathrooms provided. Some of us (mostly GMATs) are there sneaking early in the morning air. Most of students (No idea about She-males and females of institute) wake up nearly between 7:05 and & 7:45 AM. Hence they adjust in coming years according to the wake up schedule of each other (Team Work).

Mostly problems faced is in 1st year when every body is hurrying to attend the classes in starting months. Adaption according to the need became the mantra of the ITBHUians in coming years. In 2nd and 3rd year everybody knows the time to kick ass of others for compelling him to attend classes. Problem of attendance is big threat if you are in Mechanical Engineering otherwise not a great deal..

Then comes the age of wisdom and renunciation.
Here is the arrival of 4th year. Last year is bench marked with low attendance and relax mood of 90% of batch. Few stubborn GMATs still maintain their body clock ticking in the same old fashion way. Now, most guys will not stand up at time if there is no call of nature (short or long), such is theirs devotion to sleeping princess of morning dreams..

But chill guys,wake up from your dreams(dry or wet)...These days are limited so just enjoy it!!!
One thing you will surely learn at ITBHU is "how to make your body clock adjustable to cope with each demand and challenges."

1 comment:

  1. 'Dreams -dry or wet'.. man i m used to the wet ones and poor dhobi bears all the brunt ;)
    neways it was a gud post.

    Though the template can be made a little simpler to increase the readability of the blog.

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