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“Life is a race; if you don’t run fast, you’ll be like a broken Anda…”
The lines above may come up with a rib-tickling sense but it has a profound meaning to deliver. We were told earlier to grab admission in one of the best collegefor graduation. Similarly, we would be told to hold a seat in any of the elite college for Post-graduation. For sure, we have to clutch a respectable job (because our job will give respect to our parents in society) and logically we have to buy a 4BHK flat too.Damn-to-abyss, how far do we have to run? We are running since we got kicked out from the school. There are no laps, no claps, no glucose and not even Cheer girls.
Ask yourself, why I am running?
It’s because everyone is running.
Ask again, why Everyone is running?
It’s because each “I am” is running.
It’s a race going on.
Be a part of the race anyhow or You’ll get apart from the race for others to run faster.
Now I can connect the dots. Now I understood why everyone is in so much urgency at Rajeev chowk Metro Station. Stand for one minute on that station and you will observe that every Tom, Dick, and Harry is running. It’s a race to get inside the metro before YOU. And these races get worse when people start overtaking you while riding back to home or waiting in a queue.
Life after boards is truly full of chaos, appropriately titled as “A PERFECTLY IMPERFECT LABYRINTH” by one of my colleagues DishaVirk. But there is one solution to all the problems. Give Fire to your missile of Dreams and you will land up somewhere on a utopian planet that you haven’t even dream of. Don’t get trapped in cobwebs. Don’t be a doctor because your father wants you to be a doctor. Just bleed red in your field of interest and then all the colours will be yours. Life is just for once, live it for countless times to get your paisa vasool dude…: D
Well, coming on the part, we are here answering some of the frequent FAQs which are usually asked by students.
1. Which engineering college is best except IITs?
India Today, leading magazine come up with top 100 colleges every year based on the infrastructure, teaching facility, and environment and accommodation for students. That ranking has been approved by many and has a stand in itself. Still, some of the best colleges except IITs are
b) Delhi Technological University.
c) Vellore Institute of Technology.
d) International Institute of Information Technology, Hyderabad.
e) RV College of Engineering, Bangalore.
f) College of Engineering, Pune.
2. What are the changes in admission to Delhi University this year?
Delhi University is going through its worst phase of instability and unpredictability. Due to the hell furore took birth last year because of 100% cut off, DU is trying the best possible way to keep the cut-off relatively lower. Though the final changes in admission will be published at last time only but still we would like to mention the glances and rumours (may not be), which are as follows
a) Restriction on filling “Number of colleges” in centralised form.
b) Online Admission Process in Delhi University from 2012
c) The committee also suggested that the whole process of students migrating from one college to another after completion of Ist year should be stopped.
d) Besides, the trend showcases that many students block multiple seats in various colleges and cancel the admission after the last date. Due to which, many deserving students stay in a dilemma for a long time and sometimes also loose upon a prospective seat at a college of their choice. In an attempt to resolve this issue, the committee has suggested increasing the cancellation fee before the last date to Rs 1000/- and has suggested a ‘no refund’ in case the last date has passed.
e) Till now, once the DU declare its cut-off list for admission, it gave a four-day time to take admission, but from now onwards there will only be two days allocated for students to get admissions based on the cut-off lists. After an interval of one day the next cut-off will be announced.
3. Course or college?
If you are trapped in the maelstrom for the priority between course and college, my word is COURSE. One cannot hold the prestige of college for lifetime but the knowledge from the course you studied will be with you, lifelong. The course will help you in career also but the college name will only shine on the degree certificate.
I know the competition is tough; there is a fight for 30 seats between lakhs of students. But today, there is a fight in every career and everyone is fighting their own battle. So there is no way to be gloomy. Tighten your shoe lace and run faster, otherwise you’ll be like a Broken Anda.