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That TT match.KEC..2nd YEAR

May 14, 2010 by Ritesh Bisht   Comments (10)

That TT match...

Table Tennis ,one of the most popular games in KEC....
1st year main dekhi table,dil se awaaz aayi Oh I C:-)!!

seekhne laga yeh naya game,na dekha din na dekhi raina...
raat bhar wo khelna apna kya kehna.....

Ek ladka ,Mr X tha doosri branch main...roz harata tha mujhe...
Bolta mujhse,try kar beta,ek din aa jayega meri tarah khelna tujhe...

Aaaya time apni year ki team ka TT trial dene ka...
Trial sirf dekhne gaya tha main, socha chupchap champ logo ko khelte hue dekhne ka...

Mr X bhi aaye the trial dene ke liye shaan se....
Pata chala jab unhe ki pehla match unka College Champ se hain,to lage pareshaan se...

Mr X bole,its not fair,mera no. 2 ya no. 3 kisi se bhi kara do main nahin darta...
Bola woh Magar pehle hi round main College Champ se match,yeh samajh nahin padta.....

College TT champ bola,to bhai kisko leke aau tere liye...
Sab logo ke match to pehle hi fixed hain ho chuke....

Mr X bola wo baitha hain Ritesh,iske saath karwa do mera match...(ha haha)
Maine socha main to sirf dekhna aaya tha,kaisa hain banda..aur yeh kaisa mera batch??

Gussa to bahut aaya,phir bhi pakda maine Racket....
Harne ke liye taiyaar tha main,khola bhi nahin apna Jacket....

Socha maine,jab mil raha hain chance ,kosish karo cash karne ki...
Bindas hoke khelo,kosish karo smash karne ki....

Match hua shuru, pata nahin kaise maine lead le liya..
Pehla set Jeet gaya main, mujhe khud bhi nahin pata maine kaise kiya??

Doosre set main uska chera Dara Sehma hua sa tha...
Aur mujhe laga yehi hain mauka ,knock out punch ka...

I removed my heavy Jacket,I knew he was nervous...
Kabhi jeeta nahin tha main usse,waqt ne badli thi Karwat...

Doosra set to maine Aaasani se jeet gaya tha....
Aaaj bhi yaad hain,ladko ne mere liye kitna halla machaya....

Haar shayad bardasht nahin hui use,
Raat ko wo mila mujhe.....

Bola mujhse "Best of Luck" agle match ke liye.. par ek baat main kahunga..
Agar kal ka match bhi tu jeet gaya to main tujhe ,Challenge karunga....

Main Muskuraya, bola maine,kal ke match ke baad baat karna...
Agla match main ek doosre TT player se haara,team main to nahi aaya,par wo Beechara...

Uska team main aane se jyada,mujhe harana Zaruri tha...
This is zero team spirit,khelna to tumhara yuhi tha...

Par thanks , main to KEC aake apna School Sports cricket bhi chod diya tha..Khelna chahte the aap humse kyu???
Tune to mujhe us din aake ek naya Sport diya...Aur aaj apne Project ke liye kabhi-2 Trophy le aata hoon..

Par mujhe jo bura laga wo baat aur thi,aapne TT khelna uske baad chod diya tha..
Par Jo bhi hua us din,aap hi the Zimmedaar humne to kuch bhi nahi SET kiya tha :-)))

Na jaane phir bhi ek baat,izazat hain to main kahun....
Brother if you are reading this,please play the game again.My message for you

 

Ritesh...

1ST YEAR ...COLOURS OF KEC Hostel...

May 10, 2010 by Ritesh Bisht   Comments (2)

1ST YEAR ...COLOURS OF KEC Hostel....(batch -2001-05)

Alag-2 rooms,alag -2 character hote the...
koi acha bolta,to kisi ki baat pe sab sote the...

kisi ka dil chota..kisi ka dil saaf suthra hota tha...
"Pantnagar nahin mila yaar" koi aisa dukhda rota tha....
koi kehta "IIT main jaana tha,kya-2 nahin socha tha..."

Dheere dheere wo sabka milna julna....
Choti choti baton main wo kabhi kabhi jhagadna....

wo char dewaaron main Qaid hoke rehna....
Ragging time,bahar nahin hota tha nikalna

aise main alag alag rooms main jaana...
kuch characters ko maine pehchana...

koi banda dancer,to koi singer hota tha...
koi banda to Bluffmaster hota,...

kuch logo ki maane to unke paas tha model looks....
Jab bhagwaan ne di hamein aankhen ,to kyu nahin jaate aap ruk...

koi bolta yaar,wo neeli ankhon wali batchmate meri fan hain...
Oops..ladki ko aapka naam bhi nahin pata,to aap itne kyu bechain hain?

Aur rang main bhang karne wo seniors ka aana...
Galti ek ki hoti,par unka dus ko bajana....

Aisa lagta maano aa gaye DAWUD ka GURGA....
Here only I came to know,What is technical MURGA...

I will remember those 15 slaps..that.i got...
I asked senior reason,wo bole "good looking ladko ko jyada padte hain shots...."
Wo unka marna aur wo haar kar mera rona...
Good looking hone ka bhi aisa Side Effect hona???
Aur mera char saal tak us senior se kuch bhi na bolna...

Aur fresher party ke bad.....
Sar utha ke Jiyo..na koyi fariyaad...

Wo daud ke gurge dost ban jaate the...
Zarurat padne par aap ,apne seniors ko apne paas paate the...
Kuch seniors door hi rahen,shayad hum main wo nahin kuch khaas paate the...


Ritesh ..ECE 2005

Save our youth!!!(a good one from livemint.com)

May 9, 2010 by Shashank Saini   Comments (2)

Doing what IT guys are best at... Copy and Paste from Cubiclenama by Sidin Vadukut...

While all of us are worrying about increments and petrol reimbursements, is anyone thinking about this?

“What are we as a society doing to help prepare our children for the many perils that await them in the workplace?”

And when I say our children, I mean your children. Because I do not have any children. (It is a question of priorities. Right now I need an iPad first. Besides, I am hopeful for a future where I can download well-behaved 10th-pass, IIT-coaching-ready adolescents from the Internet. That day is not far. Venture capitalists please expedite.)

I raise this issue with great concern because, earlier this week, a relative told me how one of her sons had been awarded a prize during his school annual day.

I immediately congratulated her. Annual day prizes, of any kind, are harbingers of future greatness in children. (I was “Potential Mr Thrissur 2002” in class VII. This prediction was spot on.)

“Oh thanks, but it is no big deal,” she said.

“Why not? Did he get it for 100% attendance? Even that is commendable...”

“The thing is everyone in his class got a prize...”

“Every single student??”

“Yes. Every child got an individual prize for something or the other.”

I was flabbergasted.

Back in the days when I went to school, the annual day prize process was a carefully created social construct. One of its primary motives was to humiliate the under-achievers into hard work and improvement. Or, indeed, to get them to transfer to another school where they could do no harm to our school’s 100% pass record.

My relative explained to me that many schools had started doing this, as they felt that rewarding only a few children would demotivate the others and drive them into depression. Her son had won a prize for most enthusiastic sharer of lunch box or some such token achievement.

This trend is going to destroy your children by the time they leave school, graduate from college, and finally make it to offices.

Having been subject to this constant appreciation and mollycoddling from a very young age, these children will walk into the cauldron of the modern office and melt into depressed little puddles of anguish. One performance appraisal and one grade of “Laughably Failed To Meet Expectations” later, their illusion of a fair life will come crashing down.

Alternatively, God forbid, the office might begin to replicate the school. Already I have just been informed that staff members of a Gurgaon call centre were recently taken to an off-site where everyone, all 50 or so, received an award.

This is madness. What will you do if you have 40 people in your team? What are you going to award the absolute worst of the lot?

“Most photogenic smile in warehouse department night-shift staff. (Second Quarter 2010).”

Change must begin now. Perhaps with this column. These are five ways in which you can prepare your children for the offices waiting for them in 2030:

1. Give them individual swipe cards and make them swipe it at the kitchen door each morning before breakfast. Latecomers go to school hungry. For an even better impact, don’t say anything for weeks, and then one day declare they were late on 17 days and refuse to feed them for that period.

2. All hot beverages served at home, such as Horlicks or Complan, must be dispensed through a machine. This machine must be kept in a hard-to-reach location. Maybe the neighbour’s balcony. Keep paper cups available only on some days. Randomly add and remove drinks, till one day you have nothing coming out except hot water. Print “Out Of Order” on a sheet of A4 size paper and stick it on the machine. Replace this sheet every week.

3. Promise your children very expensive gifts if they do well in school. For instance, a PS3 if they top in Social Studies. As they are going into the exam hall, show them big, full-colour photos of the PS3. When they come out of the exam looking thrilled, tell them that the Greek economy has tanked, this has ruined the markets, and give them a shuttlecock and a hug instead. (Older children can be taught frustration by giving this PS3 to a random, undeserving classmate.)

4. Teach your children how to use email and the Internet. Sign them up for fun newsletters and exciting games. Addiction is recommended. Then, one day, without warning, format their computers and delete all the data. Tell them an IT fellow from Gurgaon will repair the machine. Give the children his telephone number. This must be a fake number. But always give them hope.

5. Promise children extravagant pocket money. Much more than their classmates and housing colony friends. Let them even brag about it to others. Then when the time comes to pay, tell them that the original amount promised was a “Cost To Family” figure. Deduct rent of bedroom and cost of food and electricity before paying.

I hope parents will implement these steps right away. Let us all help build a realistic, prepared corporate India in the future. Love, Mr Thrissur 2002.

From the Pages of KEC .....

May 7, 2010 by Ritesh Bisht   Comments (3)

From the Pages of KEC ....2005.

Yeh to har KECian ki kahani hain...
>Kabhi tumhari to kabhi hamari Zubani hain....

Wo 1st year main third button hoke chalna...
>Kahin nazar na aa jaaye Seniors ke ,is baat se darna....

Aur agar aa jaate the nazar,to wo TIGHT SLAP.....
>Dil kehta apna,Is it bcaz of Generation GAP?

Freshers Party ke baad thodi Roshni khilti thi...
>Ab to Seniors se bhi apni Nazrein milti thi.....

Wo rang birange kapdo main jana college and that beautiful face...
>Aur Kuch sundar chehro ke peeche ladko ki race.....
>Aur uski wajah se bhai logo ke ladai ke case .....

Palke band nahin hoti thi raton ko,jab saara Jag so Jaata tha....
>Aur Tumhari Angel pe Senior ka dil bhi aa jaye,to mamla complicated ho jaata
tha...

Sintilla ke waqt sab active ho jaate the.....
>Ladai bhi hoti,sab reactive ho jaate the.....

Cricket ke Sixer aur Table Tennis ke Smash pad jaate the...
>Kabhi-2 yaaro,doosto ke bhi ,TT mix double partner choice Clash kar jaate
the......

Final semester ke waqt ek ajeeb sa Mahool hota tha....
>Koi Khush tha,to koi aane wali Judai ke Gum main rota tha...

Drama,action,tragedy,love,comedy sab kuch yahan hain....
>Aur aaj koi delhi,koi bangalore,koi US,Na jaane sab kahan hain?

Aaaj ka KEC alag hain,poori faculty,no ragging (as per info),uniform for all, Hairan hua main is naye ROOP se.....(New Improved...:-) )
Chahte hain KEC Seniors ,Khushiyo ka Saaya ho aap(Juniors) par,bache rahen DHOOP se...

Ritesh.....
ECE 2005