Iâ€™m going to Quack! Say what you want. Threaten as you like. Do what you please. But Iâ€™ll Quack! Talk behind my back. Plan a conspiracy or plot through pointless discussions Iâ€™ll Quack! or heâ€™ll Quack! or sheâ€™ll Quack! Someone or the other will definitely Quack!
The point being, that people will speak if they are trampled. What eludes me the most is why TIPians remain shut when they have a channel to express themselves.
There are times when our ignorance surprises me. I know that we as students are generally ignorant, but whatâ€™s worse is that we donâ€™t even realize things in spite of them being spelt out in an auditorium with over 350 students.
Let me try again. The constitution of the TISF. Ah the constitution which no one bothers to read. It so happens to state that the rules governing the TISF can not be changed without a vote from the general body, that is you and me. And here we are with the rules being changed for the third year in a row since Iâ€™ve been a part of TIP.
Only this time the rules have created some bit of unrest amongst the student body with clauses stating that anyone with a CGPA of less than 2.5 can not compete in the elections.
To be very honest I donâ€™t really care what the rules are. Iâ€™m generally apathetic towards the TISF, though I do try and give them sincere advice whenever required. I stopped voting in the elections two years ago after reading the constitution and seeing how the student body is happy with its elected bunch of jesters.
Anyhow, coming back to the rules; They would have been swallowed by our students as they have been over the past. But the point is that thatâ€™s not how itâ€™s supposed to be. Whatâ€™s laid down should be followed. Itâ€™s a simple matter of principle.