Saturday, October 25, 2008

It happens only @ SCMHRD!!

Your marks get reduced after you give your paper for re-evaluation. Not that it changes much: you just fail by a bigger margin…

You call up the faculty at regular intervals, preferably at odd hours (midnight or later) to get more information out of him about the paper…

You run to the exam hall at 7:15 a.m. for a 7 a.m. paper and you are not allowed to write it and you feel thankful because now you can curl up and catch two extra hours of sleep…

You are fined 1000 bucks for some old guest lecture you bunked and you are not allowed to sit for the paper until you pay up. You do a quick cost-benefit analysis, decide that writing a backlog will be much cheaper (250 bucks) and skip the exam…

Your marks in case of a group assignment are inversely proportional your contribution…

And finally, I am done with the much dreaded FSA paper…. It was a case study so we all screwed up! But thank god, it was a case study, otherwise I would have been the only one to screw up…

1 comment:

the Havisham Effect said...

u forgot to mention:
constant termination and suspension letters!
:)