Friday, September 8, 2017

All work and no play
It is less than a month at Sathyabama and life tends to have picked up pace. Classes, notes, assignments and to top it all – the class test! Then was the shower of relief: the college was organizing a fest! Wow! After all, all work and no play, makes Jack a dull boy. So, “Work hard but party harder” is the new mantra. The buzz shifted from studies to “how we will dress-up for the event” to “how we plan to enjoy it”.

The D-Day arrived and we all were super-excited. It was time to showcase our best and how could girls be in a hurry when it comes to look the best! We reached late and the entire atmosphere was charged up. The famed actress Samantha Prabhu was here to spend the evening with us. Oh what an evening! Words are unable to convey the excitement and energy we witnessed there. Just memorable! Thank you Sathyabama for the great evening we students spent together. 

Monday, August 21, 2017

The journey begins

Have you ever seen small girls holding the hands of their mumma or papa and going to school for the first time? A few years ago, I was also standing on the gate of a school in a similar manner. The mere imagination of leaving those comforting and assuring hands was like a nightmare. It was like leaving the known and venturing into unknown.
As time passed and I moved on from class to class and friend to friend, my career aspirations also moved on from this profession to that. It was in high school that I finally made up my mind that I was meant to be an engineer. Why an engineer? Well, maybe it was an outcome of the scholastic evolution in the school!
“Evolution”, what an interesting word! This reminds me of the saying by famous philosopher Heraclitus – The only constant in life is change. This change caused the biological evolution that resulted in appearance of Homo-Sapiens on this planet. The early man changed from being a wanderer-gatherer-hunter to agricultural settlements. He learned to ignite a fire and use it for his benefit. He discovered the wheel and the world became faster. He found metals and all other activities were much easier now. This is how we gradually evolved as mankind.
Then the biggest turning point of the human civilization came – The industrial revolution! This was the time when scientific temperament was truly setting into the common people. Then was the era of the digital revolution, a revolution that made the world as we see it today.
So, nature is all about evolution. It’s all about exploring the hidden secrets of nature. It’s all about the quest to seek answers and solve problems. And that is what engineers do – solve problems! That’s what I want to do – solve problem! I am confident that my four years at Sathyabama will make me what I always longed to become. After all – Entry is not important, Exit is important!

Saturday, November 9, 2013

Letter regarding "Mars Mission" of India

My letter published in Prabhat Khabar , Jamshedpur edition on 8th November, 2013.

Saturday, October 12, 2013

Letter regarding the changing scenario of our country

My letter published in Dainik Jagran, Jamshedpur edition on 12th October, 2013.


Monday, September 16, 2013

Letter regarding engineers day

My letter published in Dainik Jagran, Jamshedpur edition on 16th September, 2013.

remembering vishvesaraiya on engineers day

Friday, August 16, 2013

Letter regarding situation after independence

My letter published in Prabhat Khabar , Jamshedpur edition on 15th August, 2013.

Sunday, August 4, 2013

Letter regarding separate Telangana state

My letter published in Dainik Jagran, Jamshedpur edition on 2nd August, 2013.

My letter published in Prabhat Khabar, Jamshedpur edition on 3rd August, 2013.