Another event done with, the responsible members of the TISF can breathe a partial sigh of relief. If only the people at TIP were a bit more civilized a lot less food would have gone to waste and some of us would have felt that we are amongst a group of civil people in spite of being in the jungle.
The people arenâ€™t the only ones to blame though. What can one expect out of them if the last meal they had was lunch and then the cafeteria was closed from service till dinner at quarter past 10. Speaking of closed, for those who wanted to get some work done and skip the jumping around to loud music and howling sessions, the library and computer labs were, â€œsurprise!â€ Locked shut at four.
Unfortunately for those who had thought of utilizing some of their time on campus to get work done, the barbecued chicken wasnâ€™t the only thing cooking. From fiction to assumptions to recordings, from the new kids to those who were once students themselves, everyoneâ€™s known to be contributing. Hereâ€™s a suggestion that might leave some more time for the management to think constructively.
“Trim the bushes before such events and assign a guard with every student to try and ensure that students donâ€™t study where they arenâ€™t supposed to.”