Dear Fellow Tipians

Abdul Saboor’s introductory email as this year’s TISF President.

Dear Fellow Tipians,

It is again the time to start the great campus life. These days the TISF is working to plan and arrange different things to make your next year at campus as enjoyable as possible.

Orientation for Freshers

We are also planning for an effective & fun orientation day at TIP on 1st September 2003. For the event TISF needs Volunteers, which will work with TISF for various planned things on the orientation day (for example campus tour, etc). All students who are interested can register through email. All Volunteers who will perform their jobs efficiently will automatically become Event Managers for TISF.

TISF will properly acknowledge the services of all volunteers.

Societies & Clubs

In the first meeting of the TISF, we have decided to launch various societies & Clubs to make TISF open for students so that students can participate in things in which they otherwise not have the chance to enjoy. TISF will fully support these societies and will help them in physical and financial resources. Students interested in registering their society must do so before the orientation day (1st September, 2003) as TISF will make stall arrangements for the registered societies on the orientation day. There will be more than 150 freshers coming on the orientation day, so there is a great chance for you to make your society a success. Some of the proposed societies are:

  • Art & Design Society
  • Dramatics Society
  • Literature & Poetic Society
  • Movies Club
  • Textile Science Society
  • Textile Management society
  • Hostel Students’ Society
  • Music Society
  • Islamic Society
  • Sports Societies (e.g Chess Club)
  • Adventure Club
  • Computer & Internet Club

You can register for any of the above – registration of any new Society requires has some pre-requisites. Interested students can contact for more information.

TISF members will be available at main campus from Monday 25th August 2003. Students who are interested in any of the above things can meet TISF at campus. If you have any plan or idea for orientation day or any activity please feel free to discuss it with us.

Lets make our TIP colorful like this email.

Yours sincerely,

Abdul Saboor
President TISF 2003-04
abdsaboor@yahoo.com

Forward this message to as many TIPIANS as possible.

5 Replies to “Dear Fellow Tipians”

  1. it nothig but a waitage of time in reading and writting things for u TISF. the worst that could you manage TISF, u showed that stuff on Valentien’s function. i agree that it happens some time that thing go reverse, but plz mis-mangment have no explantion. Indesent songs, made things worst, atleast respect for girls if do not feel respect for ur selves.
    WAH KHANA to us din aisa that dil cha raha tha keh bus, Khataee jaooooo, (Gobi) tasteless, but diliciously served by joniors. thanx to all.
    atleast we think times before we come to TIP in any function. TISF, you disappointed us….(coments on BEHALF OF TEXPERTS.)

  2. hello TIPIANS,,,, WETEX, wet processing technologists have raised up there hands for TIPIANS.
    i feel we can use this opportunity for better results. we do a WETEX, commity. as a representative i have suggested that we will put one question every week on notice board realted to textile research, at the end of semester the one who will give us most right answers, he will be awarded CASH award, and more we may offer him membership.
    i need response if it sounds gud, e-mail me on my account.
    Questions will be related to every field of textiles.

  3. thsi weekly publication could be something other than fun. we could try and make this paper as weekly magazine of may be just 3-5 pages, and we could than surely alocate 1 page for bullshit and rest for information freshman and 2nd yrs students look for , like seminars innovation sites or something that shows its frm sum mature ppl
    Regards
    Atif Rahman
    1999-2003

  4. We’ve been trying to do just that, but require interested and dedicated students to turn Quack into a more formal and informative magazine.

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