Hunt for Clues

The past two weeks at tip have been really happening with lots of events, incidents and gossips floating. Amidst the critical situation there was an exciting event that took place last Wednesday in the tisf slot. The “hunt for clues” or in other words a “trip to tip in 40 min”’.

Many people took part enthusiastically. The hunting map was displayed in the auditorium where everyone had to gather. By rule only 3 members had to be in a single group and go out on the 52 acre land but it was seen that out sources were also assisting the participants in not only finding the clues but clues were also handed over to them by the sources and the organizers. Practically it was difficult to get above 20 and 32 clues in just 15 minutes but this is tip. Anything can happens here. May be they had a magic carpet or an x-ray machine that they were able to detect those small chits in little time because the map does not allow one to be so fast if they are playing it honestly. The clues were hidden unequally. The faraway places had 2 or 4 and places near the campus had at least 7 clues. Telecommunication helped a lot of people in winning this hunt.

It sure was a different and innovative idea and it did work well. Usually in a hunt the smaller hints lead to the clues which eventually are conducive to the jackpot but here 2 different types of chits had to be hunted which had some points equal to them . People had fun in playing this and the stampede surprised some. The game could have been more interesting and challenging if the architect was utilized more effectively but this try wasn’t bad at all. They were still able to cover a huge part of the uni from sports room to the basket ball court, to hostel, Sir Gamini’s house to parking lot, amphitheatre, designing block the adda garden and many more. The game should have been more challenging.

A nice try by the organizers and TISF, more of such events should take place. Only one gala and a carnival per semester is not enough for students staying everyday at TIP until 4. Only one tisf slot which is taken up by the guest speakers most of the time is not enough for student activities, and a separate session should be arranged for them apart from the TISF slot.

6 Replies to “Hunt for Clues”

  1. Thanks a lot for writing about my event and am glad that people are concerned about the events happening in T.I.P. for your kind information I am only a “ORGANIZER” not “ORGANIZERS” and I am giving you open challenge to vindicate it that I or my team had been selling the clues. I am hiding clues for the last two weeks and later on I also checked all the clues. This is not the right attitude to taunt a person without having concrete evidence. See shumaila I love to have positive and vindicated criticism.
    Thanks again t.c

  2. how cum there are so many grammatical misrakes…there werent any when i had sent this to u furhan.

  3. yeh Chupakoooooooossss!!!!…lolhahahahahaha..
    it is *practically* possible dear if u sort out ur brains first n plan sumthin….we 3 were literally running out dere in sweat, whether its hostel, gamini’s house, entrance, garden, lake or half an hour we really nailed it at every place, wid a lil help from a thing called 6th sense ofcos ;)…u are ryt sumwhat coz in da end dere were ppl who combined awl of dere clues, even den dey were not able to put up a total against us..
    Instead u shud taunt dem, k despite of awl the fuss dey were not able to beat our total…!!
    Khair…winning or losing doesnt matter at da end….gud thing is tht we all had fun n the event was a success…credit goes to ali!!..
    cheers! 🙂

  4. there were people who did sell clues n ur team was helping out people in locating the cles …i dnt wann atke names…
    over all it was a goood effort

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