Thew Time Table (above) is one that was mutilated several times, but also one that I had gotten used to. The THS-201 class happened just thrice, one of them because we insisted. The TMI-201/TCE-251 classes were a major bore since all I could do was sit and sleep. My favourite class was undoubtedly LHS-201 on Tuesday (Macroeconomics), while the one I hated the most was LCE-201, also on the same day.
Now, for the practicals. We had three this semester: P/2 CE-241 (the Hydraulics Lab), which was rather scary and left us in jitters the night before, mainly because of the instructor (who, luckily, didn't extend his strictness to grades); P/2 CE-251 (the Concrete Lab), which was like a dream come true and was undoubtedly the most hands-off lab I ever had; and PCE-201 (the CAG Lab), which was nothing more than a really bad joke, since neither the instructors nor the students they were supposed to be instructing knew how to use the software.
I'm thoroughly disappointed with my elective, ICY-01. Although it was not burdensome, it was not fun either and left me rather bored with hardly any uptick in my knowledge. That's why I opted for IMA-01 next semester.
Overall, this semester, the first after my branch change, was a huge change, although I'm not sure whether it was for better or worse. Nonetheless, it was change and one thing I can guarantee: I'm absolutely satisfied by the academics in CED.