It is somewhat sad to see the upcoming batches at TIP getting smaller and smaller each year. And it probably hurts even more when some of the freshies leave a few months after joining.
Aleena Ali Iqbal of TDT-1 explains how she feels about it.
Its really hard to actually write some thing and also it not being anonymous is gonna be hard ! But yeah, its really sad to say we first years when started were a large group but slowly and slowly we’re actually decreasing in number. Today we were given the news that one our own fellow TIPian is leaving us an it was sorta her last day ! 🙁 Guys it is really hard saying good byes! We’re already SO less in number and the absence is obviously gonna be there! I say growing close to one another is actually quite dangerous ! :p we grow close and then were hit by the BOMB that they’re leaving ! And then u expect us to be ohkay with it. What is this ..I mean what is this ! Indian accent ! * :p
Second set of hourlies are around the corner and TIPians still wait for something exciting to happen in TIP. Some Texperts might find it hard to believe, but there is still no TISF therefore still no student representatives to be held accountable as we sit and see November pass by the way we saw the previous two months.
The early morning breeze gives signs of the weather changing so its only a matter of time till the few sports activities that take place right now to cease as well. And please, its NOT because people have become serious about studies. That change is not at all imminent.
Its simply the attitude of students. No one is willing to step forth and take up responsibility. I’m sure these lines might spark revolt in some readers who’re currently at TIP but rather than turning over a new leaf and standing up, they would simply vow to not take part in any activities that might take place in the near future thinking, “iski ye kehnay ki himmat kaisay hui. ab koi event ho kar to dikhai TIP mein!”… *sigh*
Please people, please do something for your university. Ok fine, if you hate this university because some previous senior told you to hate it don’t do it for the university rather, do it for yourself. Playing cards and ludo is a good past time but university life is supposed to a lot more creative, entertaining and a means to make students mature. Or else, my concept of university life is flawed.