By Waqas Bin Azhar, TMM4
I would like to start with the time, time just before TIP, when I was searching for some of good business schools in news paper, publications etc, then I found TIP ad in the Jung newspaper and thought to apply for it and fortunately cleared the test and interview. Since I had no information about TIP therefore I asked to some of people in textiles, they told to go for it, fortunately I did not find any chance to ask some of out of textile business people, any way I got admission in TIP and was very happy as I found very good environment in fact I was very much happy to see the top class and really quality faculty. But as the time passes, instead of increase in the happiness, the level of frustrations increases. You must be thinking that if I’ve been suffering from this stage then why I wrote this article so late??
The reason is, this frustration is now being overflowed and compelled me to put up my thoughts on Quack… I will be discussing those issues which need attention. These issues are related to the concern of existing student body.
• Ittefaq had happened to me when I went to TIP library to get the Human resource book ( 28 students are taking this course in this semester), but there are only 2 books in the library, amazing thing was that, out of 2, one was kept as a reference copy, which could not be issued. So this implied: one book for 28 students; amazing na.. I hope this should not be the case for other books.
• Let’s talk about well equipped computer lab…28 computers for 280 students, the important thing is, out of 28 PC’s, I thinks two or three are placed for the sake of quantity.
Aur pata nai kia kia issues hein jo abi disclose nai kar raha… this article is meant only for making you think about these issues, moreover I don’t want to criticize the system but I want to draw some attention from the management side to ponder over these issues to make TIP a healthier and a institute of very important field… so that at least existing student body tou demotivate na ho… in fact, if we will be satisfied so we can be a good source of ”word of mouth” (FREE and EFFECTIVE MARKETING tool for TIP). So that out of textile people would come to know about TIP and it’s graduates, I have many examples about the awareness of TIP. For instance: I found a comment of Sir. Khurram Nasir on Facebook, which is given below:
I think this example is enough for illustration. Moreover, in the recent speech of our respectable president, he talked about making new TIP city campus and bringing new courses etc, I respect his notions but these issues are time consuming, are not they? Instead of working on these time consuming issues, management should ponder over “inside of the box” concept instead of “out of the box”, to satisfy the needs and wants of present market (student body), so that we can persuade our friends and cousins or else to join… warna “aesa karogy tou kon aega”
So please bring the life back at TIP…