#BeingFinalYearStudent, I have put my heart out to unknot what it takes me to be Bachelor.
3rd January 2009, might have been just another day for millions but for me it was not another day. The day that sets apart a milestone in my life, for my career, with thousands of around almost striving for the same.
An 18 year old lean, tilt not-so-cool guy almost busted with the fact that “he can’t excel” and only achievement he thought he could manage to get was a birth certificate & death certificate for surviving a life. An individual as a lost wanderer who presumes every other way would lead towards success. For him, it was not a “winning formula” but a “sucking parasite” that has created aspirations to get his hands dirty over various daydreams of life.
Nevertheless, life moves on and there came another chapter of life. After being attacked like an old torn football that was kicked from every other university’s aptitude and interview cycle, there came a turning point and a place where repairing was done in the name of “we deal in healing ruptured souls, if you pay our premium price.” Yes To Whom It May Concern, this is story of every other student who enjoys bachelor life for fantastic four years.
Those days when I was roaming with a “freshie” tag, I didn’t know what being in university is all about; what it takes to be striving harder to get decent grades; what assignments, seminars, projects, faculties, events, societies, GPA, quizzes, and so on is all about. It was like same shit different day. But I ponder it with delight like a fresh flower. In those happy & beautiful moments it was a blessing. Who had imagined such an unusual experience brings out a rebellious “saada-haq-aethey-rakh” wala character in me. Some things happen for our own good. 🙂
What I found early in my graduation days was that according to seniors, we’re too young for love, too old for fun, too smart to play dumb and too immature for grown up conversations and too dumb to act like a puppet. Sadly, there’s no way out.
If you by now believe that I have been into any activist or rebellious groups in my campus, I must acclaim that this piece of writing where I put my heart out is the only the first instance when I have voiced my opinion out of circumscribed boundary walls of not so friendly education system on much of false happenings.
Before all the stated arguments go into astray, I havetried with my petty intelligence, an innocent approach to speak out things that took me and wish others too to do BBA – Bachelors in Benchmarking Around. Take it as fun part, sarcastic move or something to learn about before attempting to stake your four years of life. This one is for everyone who wants something from life and somehow thinks that BBA would provide that thing.
#1 |Accept it, you’ve stake your 1,460 days|
#2 |Be the Change, Bring the Change or Ask for Change|
#3 |Make a trip; Classrooms to Peerooms|
#4 |Avoid bags/books/bucks, Keep bundles of A4s|
#5 |“NO PRINTERS” Put a reply note: Looser I’ve one!|
#6 |Shout Out, if you witness a weird diamond-eyed black cat near main notice board.|
#7 |Buy a smart phone for Seminar/Fri Time/Detention Reminder|
#8 |Have 3 Certificates; BIRTH DEATH & EVENTS Certificates|*RESPECT*
#9 |In friends with “Car wala dost” Must hai!|
#10 |C for Canopy, X for Xerox, R for RAS, S for Seminar, C for COMPULSION hai|
#TING |Bro, you’re undisputed BACHELOR if you reading this.|
P.S : Read it once, float it among friends & to whom it may concern.
This is an initiative for my publication launching soon #Y.O.R.O – You.Only.Read.Once