Debates has been the strongest avenue of the Literary Society of Textile Institute of Pakistan. After the huge success of Declamation ’10 a team of debaters from literary society participated in D-bate, a TV show on AAJ TV. Haneeya Maryam (President literary Society) along with three other members, Tauseef Haider, Areeba Akhtar and Mohsin Butt participated in the show.Two students, one for the motion and another against the motion, participated in each show along with a celebrity guest speaker. The two celebrity speaker in the first shoot were Shaheen Salahuddin, speaking for the motion ‘Pakistan k kharab image k zimaedar humare siyasi leader hain’, with me :), she is Director News and current affairs at Indus TV and also host for ‘Khuli Baat’ on Indus TV and another speaker, a very renown political personality and also Speaker Sindh assembly, Mr. Nisar Ahmed Khuhro with Areeba Akhtar. Continue reading “AAJ ka Mozu hai…”
There are certain experiences in life which you can never forget and my stay at Textile Institute of Pakistan was one of them. As I recall my memory, I can still remember my first day at TIP which was 28th August 2006 and now I have been through my last day at TIP as well which was 26th May 2010. A journey of four years. Four years of learning. Four years of exciting experiences. Four years of being with my friends. Four years of all the great incidents and event of which we were a part of. Four years of studies. Four years of this nostalgic campus. These four years are not just memorable, these years have made me a real person. A more mature and open person. Yes, I can feel the change in my self. I was a kid and Textile Institute of Pakistan has grown me up. I was nowhere and TIP gave me the direction. I openly confess here that I really appreciate and love this place which we all know with the name of TIP.
I would like to briefly cover each and every thing which will always keep reminding me about my association with TIP and which a part of this great learning environment is. Continue reading “I love you TIP…..!!”
On 5th may, 2010, an art competition was held at Textile Institute of Pakistan. It was organized by literary society. It took place at tip’s design lobby. The location was neatly bejeweled with exquisite paintings and sketches. The time period for the competition was 45 minutes. All the participants were provided with papers, pencils, erasers and boards. Three different themes were given 1) who am I? 2) Tsunami and 3) Hum say hai zamana sara and participants had to choose one of them and make an artwork related to it. Continue reading “ARTE CHALLENGE 2010 AT TIP”
By Amna Rida, TDT1B
Freedom without walls at Textile Institute of Pakistan uncovers intelligence and unleashes the students speaking skills. Like all other good educational institutions, our institute also gives due importance to elocution. The inter-collegiate orators all over from Karachi were invited for the contest. This year “All Karachi Inter-Collegiate Bilingual Declamation Contest” was organized by TIP Literary Society at TIP Bin Qasim Campus on 3rd march 2010.
It was a fine morning and the spirit and fervor of the participants was at its peak. Though the Organizing Committee, headed by Rameez Ahmed Khan, seemed enthusiastic to put their heart and soul to this grand show and the arrangements made were more or less of a small event, but the students were as anxious as anything.
Literary Society in collaboration with Publications committee welcomes you all to a creative/story writing competition in which 3-4 topics will be displayed at the time of event and participants will be given a good one hour to write anything about the topic. Those who do not want to display their names may use their student ids. Event is open for all the currently enrolled students, faculty and staff of TIP and is aimed to provide a platform for new writers to present their skills. Prizes will be given to first, second and third positions and best writings will be included in the upcoming ‘Talking Textures’ (TIP’s annual student magazine).
Date: 4th November 09 in TISF slot
Venue: Lecture Theatre, TIP
Continue reading “Literal Latte”
15th April 2009 was witnessed as a day when TISF slot turned into an entertaining session. “Josh Sahab kay Mehmaan” was a joint project of Literary society and Drama society. The whole project and idea was proposed and headed by Syed Qamar Zaidi where the costumes were arranged by members from dramatics society. Original theme was that “Josh Maleeh Abadi” (renowned Urdu poet) invites various prominent poets of their times including Mirza Ghalib, Allama Iqbal, Bahadur Shah Zafar and Zia-ul-Haq Qasmi in an informal gathering. All of these characters were performed by students of TIP except that of Josh which was performed by Qamar Zaidi.
The first episode of the project started with the entrance of “Josh Sahab” (who was the mezbaan) followed by the entries of Zia-ul-Haq Qasmi, Allama Iqbal, Ghalib and Bahadur Shah Zafar. Casual gathering started when all of the poets started chatting; not in normal sentences but in poetic verses. The verses selected were actually parodies of the respective poets written by Sarfraz Shahid, Zia-ul-Haq Qasmi and Qamar Zaidi himself. The most entertaining part of the session was when Mirza Ghalib started putting taunts on his fellow poets where Zia-ul-Haq Qasmi followed him. Continue reading “Josh Sahab kay Mehmaan-A Review”