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Wednesday, November 25, 2009

First sign of maddness!

I had my final practical last week, and I was forced to believe Chetan Bhagat and Durjoy Datta had a tint of truth when they wrote their novels.

One of my practical final was of Microprocessor. We were group of four who were simultaneously called for viva-voce. I was sitting beside a 9.7 pointer who intermittently went into hysteria of definitions and explanations before the sitting. I was asked the first question,”what is microprocessor?” the question in itself was not difficult but I was expecting something better. I replied,’ err…microprocessor…is a processing unit which accepts input and gives us output. It can perform various logical and mathematical operations like addition, subtraction, multiplication etc…”

The invigilator asked X, the 9.7 pointer, “Would you like to add something?”

“Sure, sir” She took a long breath and fired away an answer similar to a volcano emanating from the mouth of Hungarian Horntail in Harry Potter. She fired in a single breath, “A microprocessor is a multipurpose, programmable, clock driven, register based electronic device that reads binary instructions from a storage device called memory accepts binary data as input and processes data according to those instructions and provides result as output.”

I was just on the verge of taking out my cell and calling the ambulance fearing she was going to have an attack of hypoxia.

My practical are finally over and I have my semesters coming from 2nd December, and I am planning to start the herculean task of studying as soon as I complete this blog. However, believe me it is pretty difficult to study especially when 1)you are surrounded by snow clad mountains who shriek whenever you pick up a course book-“dumb ass it is a crime not to sleep in this weather!”, and 2)when you are in love.

Unfortunately I have both these conditions applicable to me and my latest love is legendary. “Legendary” at its height! [Even Barny Stenson would have gasped after hearing it!] For one her name is Ananya Swaminathan (though I still have problems pronouncing her name properly. I am looking forward to Tamil classes these holidays) and two she is an imaginary girl who surfaced in the fourth book of Chetan Bhagat “two states”.

P.S. 1:-- I don’t need a psychologist or a psychiatrist; and ha in case you know the real person on whom Ananya is based please let me know! At least I can do something about my love problem!(I still have my fingers crossed for my papers and am open for help from the fellows going to sit around me in the semester papers.)

P.S. 2:-X is a real person of my class. I had kept in lieu of X her real name for a few hours, however tending to her objections i had to change it to X.[if you can read between the lines, i am afraid of litigation she might file against me. so better keep bay!]

28 comments:

prashslash said...

Ahhh ! The magic of great authors ... Sometimes you so wish some of the characters were real :D... in your case , you might find such a person. but mine has no comparisons .. Falling in love with Arwen of LOTR has its after effects... [Nothing to do with Liv Tyler, I swear !]

manish kumaouni said...

ajay everything is okay till date; but u plz dont talk abt ananya , okay! she is all mine.. warna khun kharaba ho jayega :)

Suvi said...

well well well!... "it is a crime not to sleep in tis weather!".. and yu are in love!!.. again?????.. ananya huh??.. so yur in love for te third tym!... aaoh aaoh!.. no no forth tym (add tat gal to te list whom yu proposed to in 4th standard!).. haha!..
well on a second note i wud like to suggest all 9.77's to carry an inhaler next tym tey appear for a viva!.. maybe an asthama attack cud be avoided!.. v cant stop dem from studying for sure.. :( :(

sp.ajay said...

@prashlash:-she is an elf and you are a mortal human.

@manish:-there is a difference between kanika and her; i willpropose her the day i see her...

@survi:-i have stopped keeping tracks of the minor love i fall in. this time it is big!!!
i will make sure i gift u an inhaler for sure!

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Suvi said...

spell it correctly "SUVI"

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sp.ajay said...

@anonymous someone:- thanks for ur support, however it seems she is not taking it in a jocular sense...

sorry for deleting ur comment....

sp.ajay said...

hey my dear college readers please dont go personal regarding the microlab incident;

comment on me as much as u like;)

yougal deep said...

so now u hv 1 more funny chapter for ur pages....
I think u r goin to be the next famous author with "how to .... "....coz u r heading with d ideas of the bhagat & datta.

Anonymous said...

ConTRov3rS!es !..

Beparwah Faqir said...

Nice Yaara... Well, for Ananya I would like to quote a line by Baba Bulleh Shah: Gumm Apne Aap ch Ho Jaa tooN, Ohnu Labhna Te Khud Kho Ja tooN... Hope you'll find the eternal entity soon...

sp.ajay said...

@yougaldeep:- i seriously hope i have half of my book ready by the time i leave this college...

thanks for passing by and commenting;

@beparwah fakir:- thanks Nikhil for passing by and commenting; and i m sure Ananya is not going to take a toll on me...

sp.ajay said...

PLEASE ANONYMOUS COMMENTORS WRITE YOUR NAMES WHEN YOU COMMENT...

Escapist said...

Quite into kind of blog...very interesting......


Jollieess:-)


P.s:- Thnkx for dropping in my blog..

Shruthi said...

I fell madly in love with Rhett Butler when i was a teenager and then Aragorn. Well life is so unfair, such amazing men are found only in books.. bah!
Glad you found Ananya among the new lot. Wish I could say the same for Krish. Just can’t get myself to like him. On second thoughts he is funny.

Shraddha@theselfloveproject said...

interesting...i need to check this out...i am kinda out of loup!!

thanks for visiting..following you via google friend connect...let me know if you want to network more.

nivedithasperceptions said...

LOL! Good one! :D
Vivas and their horrors! I enjoyed reading your post and incidentally I'd posted on viva a couple of months ago.
http://nivedithasperceptions.wordpress.com/2008/12/14/viva-experiences/
You might enjoy better if you're a kannadiga. :)

sp.ajay said...

@escapist:-thank u mam..

@shruthi:-i am a better match for her;

@shraddha:-thank u...

@nivedithasperceptions:- well Ananya is Tamilian, i am looking forward to Tamil;
enjoyed ur blog

from my heart said...

Its high time when humor is laughed at rather than making spirited tones of offences against it..well written ajay..looking forward to more from you in future..

Suvi said...

ajay m waiting for te nxt post!.. dun make me wait till 9th plzz!

sp.ajay said...

@from my heart:- well said Shashank, a person without humour surely misses a lot from life; thanks shashank for commenting...

@suvi:-it cannot be helped; cannot post before 9th sorry...

Ashwathy said...

lovely weather and being in love is a deadly combo :-)
good luck for ur exams... u'll need it!

sp.ajay said...

@ashwathy:-thank u; i seriously need wishes...

The Machinist's Wife said...

Ajay, you have the most interesting blog and for your 20 years, in a foreign (to us in Australia) country, your command of the English language is excellent! Your parents must be so proud. I have to dash out, but will be back to read more of your posts. Thankyou for visiting and commenting on my blog. All the very best to you, Ajay, and your sense of humour is to be admired...

Anonymous said...

Your blog keeps getting better and better! Your older articles are not as good as newer ones you have a lot more creativity and originality now keep it up!

Anonymous said...

Cool article as for me. I'd like to read more concerning this matter. Thank you for sharing this information.

sp.ajay said...

@anonymous: please let me know who are you; or at least give me your mail id...plzz

it is like talking to a wall...