Saturday, November 7, 2009
sumthing called - MBA
This happens to be my first blog & to be honest ,i don't have a clue why i am writing this blog at the very first place.May be it has something to do with the change of seasons or may be not...& as i said earlier that i don't have a clue about why am writing this blog,so i am definitely n confidently blank about the content of the blog.
Who care's for a content...do you??? May be i can write a little about my life at b-school,i.e technically/practically/basically what i did for last one and a half years.
I did nothing!! i mean , i did sumthing...but nothing productive(if you don't count my contribution to the bottom line of the eateries n pubs nearby, college street or my honest contribution towards the bottom line of didi's ministry for buying the monthly tickets for commuting from barrackpore-2- sealdah)
Yes,i stay at Barrackpore..its also known n addressed as " gram" i.e village, by some of my buddies at the institute...hence technically am a "gaiyya"(don't miss the i) ,which means a villager.
Going to a top city institute or even thought of it was something special to me,feeling at that point of time was something really out n out,which can be only compared to 6 shots of vodka at one go. But very soon that feeling of 6 shots changed to 4,then to 2 & after a month or so it vanished.I was confused again, whether i should get pissed on others or with myself but later realized that the biggest learning of my tenure at b-school was to learn the term "COMPROMISE" & by the time i clear my finals ,i hope i will have complete command over it.
I guess my endocrine system learnt more than myself, it learnt how to harmonically sustain & survive with canteen's water-proof "kachori's" & weather proof "chicken lollypop".
day by day...week went....week by week ...months went...month by month ....year went......but my confused state of affairs maintained a status quo......
will update rest of the parts/learnings/gossips in installment :)....it's enough of "abol-tabol" for one single day