Tuesday, September 28, 2004

I am tired

The UB class yesterday has really impressed me and right after the class I was doing all those activities which I m not supposed to do , I was serching the conflict in my mind but I donot know whether there was any !!!!!!!!!!!!

was there really I conflict I can't say but at this moment I m really suffering. I donot know if the conflict is with deep subconscious mind............ or with the very upper layer, I know I have to submitt QT assignment,WAC assignment, SERE case study, QT case study , there are many stuff related to Qt I don't remember. Then MANAC oh my god !!! I have just played with it and now the ratios are gonna paly hide n seek with me..........

the conflict is there n I m tired too but I donot have sleep in my eyes nor in mind and yes I m thinking of not sleeping at all ????????? I do not wanna sleep.

Oh my God is this a new Theory (no sleep though tired ) OH !!!!!!!! ya I have donnit I knew ONE day I will give new theory n I may get a biggggggg award.......foreign tourrrrrrrrr ........honorary degreeeeeeeeeeeees............oh

I must get down now i have to study alot!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Ya before ending, for every girl who is reading this ............

[src(3:00pm 27-09-04)]

Saturday, September 25, 2004

Saturday shining!!!

we've presently learnt how to present a presentation when the teacher is present physically, mentally and spritually...noting wat u say in the present and making sure to present u with wat u presently are and what u can become ....

Tuesday, September 21, 2004

100 Days @ IIFM

Today is my 100th day at IIFM
Really a milestone
It seems that just yesterday I joined here…….,How worried I was, making up my mind , whether to join or not, then the orientation & intro phase(Norming stage).
How the first term passed….those heavy QT I classes…Exceeeelent UB I classes….Surveys….BBA…BC…..LC Ka BC & many more such things.
& now reached in second term.seems that 21 months will pass like that & one day I will be leaving with a good job.

Monday, September 20, 2004


Yes after all those close and frustating defeats we won in cricket.It was really a good moment to spend.Anyway the past
week was really fantastic. Cheers to IIFM and we are really fortunate to meet our alumni in a very short span.The alumni convention on 18th was really a success as quoted by CSR Sir.
I would like to take this opportunity to appeal all of those
to come forward and make an allround batch i.e. cut above the

Sunday, September 19, 2004

Great Weekend

The marvellous alumni convention is hot now around the campuss n the cricket match..........(well done pfm 2006) there should be no match for them all titles r for us.
coming back I suppose we are lucky to have this convention at very initial stages of our stay to the campuss(our seniors got that after an year).I think this was really a great experience seeing some of our kins n suppose every one is benefitted.
At thispoint I would like to extend thanx to MUKUL n Co.
some studies now I m happy man as abhishek choudhary is here to coomlete the manac work n unhappy bcz I could not find a single book for Qt n Sere n ll the topics
this happens only in India.Plz some of u return the books if dates r over

Saturday, September 18, 2004

Aisa hamare sath hi kyu???

Again defeat... itna kareeb aakar itne door ho gaye.. what's going on.. i don't know pehle football mai then in Quiz / Antakshari .. now in volleyball when will we win and the seniors lose.. Anyway we tried our best the week is spending like anything. Every thing including studies going like rocket and my position is really becoming very dangerous. jo bhi faculty aata hai bas mujhe hi khade kar dete hai...but one thing i would be disappointed is that the active guys would be seen in every type of activity and those lazy or dull would only be found in beds.Any way lekin bahut enjoy kar rahe hai...

Friday, September 17, 2004

Second Term,First Week

This was only first week of second term & i was not able to write even a single post here.Not even abt my exams,which were as per my expectations and preparations(Acc. to Dr CVRS i improved in QT ;-).
I dont know how time slipped.and i dont know what i did this week.

Though there was a good news.I won three prizes in competitions held in Hindi Fortnight.

& in bad news ... Lost vollyboll with seniors(snatched defeat from the jaws of victory.)

Anyway.. tomorrow we r goin to have Alumni Convention.Our first Major function at IIFM.Hope alumnis turn up in good number.My roomie Mukul is Alumni Coordinator & he has worked like anything this week.
Bechara... hasnt been able to take his afternoon siesta since many days.

Expecting a good weekend......

Sunday, September 05, 2004

Dil Ka Dard

I don’t know what I m going to write in exams tomorrow.
It is the Big Brother QT(Which means to me QuiT),Containing hell lot of syllabus(Almost full book).& as I m used to selective study I have selected my parameters, Null hypothesis being ..I will pass & assuming that it will be accepted by Dr.CVRS. But I don’t know which test to apply :-(.
Regarding remaining subjects the condition is same and I will have to burn much oil this week.
And today we r going to celebrate Teachers Day in evening. Hope they give us their blessings to do well in exams….
So friend All the best for the coming Week…..& think of next weekend.

Thursday, September 02, 2004

Its Interesting

The Princess of Amen-Ra lived in 1050 B.C. When she died, she was laid in an ornate wooden coffin and buried deep in a vault at Luxor,on the banks of the Nile.In the 1880s, four rich young Englishmen visiting the excavations atLuxor were invited to buy an exquisitely fashioned mummy casecontaining the remains of the Princess of Amen-Ra. They drew lots.The man who won paid several thousand pounds and had the coffintaken to his hotel. A few hours later, he was seen walking outtowards the desert. He never returned.
The next day, one of the remaining three men was shot by an Egyptianservant accidentally. His arm was so severely wounded it had to beamputated. The third man in the foursome found on his return homethat the bank holding his entire savings had failed. The fourth mansuffered a severe illness, lost his job and was reduced to sellingmatches in the street.Nevertheless, the coffin reached England (causing other misfortunesalong the way), where it was bought by a London businessman. Afterthree of his family members had been injured in a road accident andhis house damaged by fire, the businessman donated it to the British Museum. As the coffin was being unloaded from a wagon in the museumcourtyard, the wagon suddenly went into reverse and trapped a passer-by. Then as the casket was being lifted up the stairs by twoworkmen, one fell and broke his leg. The other, apparently inperfect health, died unaccountably two days later.Once the Princess was installed in the Egyptian Room, trouble reallystarted. Museum's night watchmen frequently heard frantic hammeringand sobbing from the coffin. Other exhibits in the room were also often hurled about at night. One watchman died on duty; causing theother watchmen wanting to quit. Cleaners refused to go near the Princess, too. When a visitor derisively flicked a dust cloth at theface painted on the coffin, his child died of measles soonafterwards.Finally,the authorities had the mummy carried down to the basement,figuring it could not do any harm down there, while leaving the lidof the coffin on display. (The lid of the coffin (Exhibit No. 22542)is still there!) Within a week, one of the helpers was seriouslyill, and the supervisor of the move was found dead on his desk.
By now, the papers had heard of it. A journalist photographer took apicture of the mummy case and when he developed it, the painting onthe coffin was of a horrifying, human face. The photographer was said to have gone home then, locked his bedroom door and shothimself. Soon afterwards, the museum sold the mummy to a privatecollector. After continual misfortune (and deaths), the ownerbanished it to the attic. A well-known authority on the occult, Madame Helena Blavatsky, visited the premises. Upon entry, she wassized with a shivering fit and searched the house for the sourceof "an evil influence of incredible intensity". She finally came to the attic and found the mummy case. "Can you exorcise this evilspirit?" asked the owner. "There is no such thing as exorcism. Evilremains evil forever. Nothing can be done about it. I implore you to get rid of this evil as soon as possible." But no British museum would take the mummy; the fact that almost 20 people had met withmisfortune, disaster or death from handling the casket, in barely 10years, was now well known.Eventually, a hardheaded American archaeologist (who dismissed thehappenings as quirks of circumstance), paid a handsome price for the mummy and arranged for its removal to New York. In April of 1912,the new owner escorted its treasure aboard a sparkling, new WhiteStar liner about to make its maiden voyage to New York.Because the reputation of the mummy was well known, the owner, who was a chess player named William T. Stead, was afraid that his cargo would not be loaded. Therefore, he secretly arranged for the mummyto be hidden under the body of a new Renault automobile, which wasbeing transported to America on the ship. Stead did not reveal thetruth about his cargo to the other passengers until the night beforethe next disaster.On the night of April 14, amid scenes of unprecedented horror, the Princess of Amen-Ra accompanied 1,500 passengers to their deaths atthe bottom of the Atlantic.
The name of the ship was Titanic.