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What happened in NIT Jamshedpur

Our college, its professors and the students - none of them will ever change. There is this 2nd year guy called Sanket who had written a blog post about it. Looks like he developed chicken feet later on and pulled the post down. Nonetheless, being the geek I am, I retrieved it off Google cache and took a snapshot. Download it to read what had happened in NIT Jamshedpur that day.

Sanket's blog post [image, 17.4 MB]

Comments

shastha said…
The students will be moreorless same everywhere ... The College administration could have done a better job here ...
And I thought that all that violence and sine die crap would have stopped long back. It's really hard wrenching to see something even worse happening than what we went through. Phew! Some things never change and this story is an example of that! Really poor handling by the college administration as usual!
Unknown said…
Ye, I read it 2 days back..It seemed with the students winning laurels recently, the insti was on the rise but then this..sad..
Karma said…
I too read it few dayz back...somebody shared it on FB.But then I was scratching on the surface thinking it was our famous "panga" recapitulation,only to be realize later that it is an recent event...I am bit foggy on this..when this happened?
raj alakshendra said…
the next day aftr the incident (i was not knwing that time) some one asked me " r u a NIT passout"
i replied , ya ..
n thn he narrated the whole story in a state of shock ...

my reply to him was " nothing new to this , v r used to this"

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