Thursday, November 29, 2007

More Answers, Too Many Questions

WEEK 26 DAY 4


Sri Chaitanya IIT Academy, SR Nagar, Hyderabad, Nov. 29: Mrs. Jhansi took aim at JIIT1 (ISB) today for their performance in the just-concluded IIT Unit Test 7. This time, the results were exceptionally bad, with most of the classing not having qualified in Chemistry Track-2 (Organic Chemistry). She seemed to have taken an exceptionally tough stance, due to the fact that the coordinator has been continuously grilling her on the issue, Mr. Nandagopal told the disturbed students.

The requisite key changes were made in a new fashion: instead of adding bonus marks, questions were deleted and the maximum mark was reduced by over ten marks. However, this led to a fall in the marks of many students and a gain in some. The final ranks in JIIT1 are as follows:
  1. Divya Ravi
  2. B Abhiroop
  3. Mohit Agarwal
  4. Sushobhan Sen
Very few students has scored above 50 in Chemistry Track-1, while the lowest in Track-2 was a measly 9 of 70, Mrs. Jhansi commented. However, no deletions to the class were made.

She lamented on the fact that parents were against students staying back from 5:00 PM to 6:00 Pm, which in her opinion, is some magic key to success!

Voluntary Retirement
Nikhila and Naushiba of JIIT1 have asked the VP to transfer them to JIIT2. This is the first case this year of voluntarily dropping to another section.

Language Exam Held
As the IPE 2008 exams come closer, the college conducted a Second Language Exam today. The Instant Poll rated it as moderately easy.

Corrigendum
Deepak, formerly of JIIT1 and now in JIIT2, has told OTFS that he was not moved to JIIT2 due to bad marks (as we had earlier reported) but because of the deadlock over disciplined between him and Mr. Giribabu. The lecturer had demanded that either Deepak be removed or he be removed, Deepak told us. OTFS regrets the misinformation.

Allowed!
Mrs. Jhansi gave seven students from Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan's Public school, Jubilee Hills to attend the annual school Sports Day on Dec. 1, as long as they attended the morning's classes. A consortium led by Sushobhan and followed by Deepak, Abhidarshan, Sujith, Divya Ravi, Prerna and Divya Deepankar made the official request.

Interestingly, she seemed to be fully aware of the event (although she wrongly termed it as Annual Day), and permission was granted in less than one minute, perhaps even setting a new record! This is attributed to her friendship with a (former) teacher of the school, whom this blog would not like to name.

Chinmaya Vidyalaya will be hosting its Sports Day on Dec. 15 and the students of the school have taken cognizance of the fact that they too would be required to take permission from the VP. (OTFS)

OTFS will bring you an exclusive review of the 2007-08 Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan's Public School [Vidyashram] Sports Day on Dec. 1!

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