In each of the four legs, several questions abound, the answer to which will go a long way as policy statements for the future.
- For one year, the seniors were a major leverage for me. But now, they're gone. One incentive to come for meetings was to meet them: what level, of dedication am I willing to show now?
- What about juniors - to what extent am I ready to take on responsibility over them.
- In all the decisions, the guiding light will have to be the fact that Kshitij was my first window to light in Roorkee.
- Would I like to participate in quizzes or just stick to debates?
- In a non-graded semester, would I attend debates with such regularity?
- Given my not-so-nice timetable, what decision would I make on attending debates outside?
- Given the increased tension, where do I draw the line before I end my silence?
- What about projects in the department now?
- What about an internship in a group?
- Sanctions on certain individuals.
- Novels, newspapers and other literature: the time factor.
- Meeting new people and differentiating between friend and acquaintances.
- Planning for the future: GATE, IAS and Placements.