TIP has a new item on the block- The Textile Institute Speaking Society. This new society was formed two weeks prior by the students of the current spring batch. The society’s main object is to relinquish leadership quality among the student body and build confidence. Continue reading
The eve of 21st February is something that definitely should to be talked about. Now having said that I should also mention that the evening was a long one; with a series of events that had me flabbergasted. Those who did attend: we can paste mutual smiles onour faces and toast ourselves for witnessing all that was: Awesome and all that was: Not So Awesome. Those who didn’t: my condolences on your loss.
As most would know that the event comprised of a Carnival for Basant and then the Concert and man, wasn’t it Zabardast?!
Putting it in a word it was: Pakistani.
I must say I’m overjoyed to post the following article as it is contributed by a first year student. And all I had to do was ask her once. Now how often does that happen? From a sarcasm point of view, its’s brilliant! Enjoy the work of Meera Moiz Khan of AMM – 1B.
It has been almost than 3 weeks since TIP inaugurated this new semester and-well- nothing monumental has happened here. Now let me be clear: when I say nothing “monumental” has happened it doesn’t mean that TIP did nothing in these starting weeks.
Next, there was this totally awesome guest speaker session which did left us entranced…
The last Sunday of January 2014 saw another batch of TIP enter and leave the gates for officially the last time.
Omer Jamil of TS-1 narrates his experiences of the day.
The fourteenth annual convocation ceremony was held on 26th January 2014. With that TIP has completed its 19 years of imparting professional knowledge. It was a day when 52 students graduated and rightfully earned their bachelors degrees. It was an honour for me to host this grand occasion alongside Insia Ali Baloch of TMM-1.
I, Shiza Rashid, the student of Textile Institute of Pakistan, on behalf of all the students of TDT-03, express my gratitude and appreciation for the people who arranged Block Print and Ralli Workshops and especially Dr. Zubair Bandukta, without whom these workshops couldn’t have been so successful!
These workshops were very beneficial for the students and helped us understanding things in detail. I believe, this would really help us in our professional lives.
I would like to appreciate your outstanding work again and we really look forward to you, arranging such workshops in future.
This past Friday, TIPians were given the distinct pleasure to witness yet another stage performance by the institute’s rising dramatics society. Aleesha Hussain of TMM-1 explains the happenings of the day, as well as the success story of the society so far… 22nd … Continue reading
From what had been a scarred and patchy semester, it seems that the TIP administration is trying its extreme best to make things from bad to worse for the current student body. Since the month of September, 3 students have been suspended for the entire semester on the grounds of ragging a first year student. They were from 2nd, 3rd and 4th year; all of the acclaimed seniors. And today, the 19th of November, a 4th student was accused of the same crime and asked to vacate the premises immediately.