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~ IEEE for life, life for IEEE ~

08 Jan

There is something in your life, some moment, some place, some people, some event, which change your life completely. IEEE is a society, and the IV to Goa, had an impact on my life. When I say it, I mean it! So if you are frustrated by a long working day and want to end it in an awesome way or if you are having a cuppa coffee early morning waiting for an awesome day to happen, or in the middle of the day having absolutely nothing to do, this post is apt! πŸ˜€

I have always quoted,

“There are two types of seniors, the ones whom you respect, and the others”

I have met only the former types in last four days. The IV to Goa was a last moment decision for me. I was not going, then I planned to go, then again I planned toΒ cancel, atlast I went for it. ( Thanks a lot to the one because of whom I came. No its not my gf, shes someone else I won’t name. Thanks a lot! )

4-1-2012

Slept after midnight! Got up at 3! (This is impossible when I have exams πŸ˜€ ) Took a shower. Got into 5:10 CST local. For the ones who are thinking why I got up at 3, even I donno! πŸ˜‰
Met Kotak, a friend whose stories and height share a common feature – endless πŸ˜‰ πŸ˜€ ( Will get back to him later Β in the post again, so save the excitement πŸ˜€ )
I met council at platform 17 and first thing I got was a sheet of 4 pages with all the details of members in it! Feels good to have a paper in hand and roam about instructing people πŸ˜‰
Got into Mumbai Madgaon Mandvi Express. The train is as exciting as the name is! πŸ˜›
Got to know our Chairperson isn’t coming for the IV. That was a bit depressing. (@Ashwin and @Paritosh We missed you! )
The journey started and all the jhol-jugaad for seats were done with people. πŸ˜€
Then there was this “knowing each other” session which was started (only council members) and we called it “Past-Present-Future”. A hot seat was arranged with the fixed positions of the members πŸ˜‰
I won a chikku πŸ˜›
Train was late, we reached by 8pm. Awesome food arrangements by @JP and @Tolani. Had food. How cool we were till we knew that the bus driver gave us a slip! πŸ˜€
We somehow managed to reach “Exotica” ( The hotel was as exciting as the name is! πŸ˜€ )
And the day ended on a good note.

5-1-2012

Another day started and we went for IV to Precision Electronics. It was good.

We then went to Colungute beach! Registrations and distribution started for water sports. We had a shack for us where we could comfortably sit.

Beach volleyball was awesome thing I did play there! It was always a dream.


The day was spent at the beach.
We came to hotel, had dinner and the later is not to be revealed πŸ˜‰ πŸ˜›

6-1-2012

This day started with the IV to Digisol, D Link. Got to see a lot of things. This visit was really awesome. Saw how the pcb stuff was made.


Went to the beach again. The same beach. People were allowed to go to Baga beach too!
Karan Gupta did take a ride on the speed boat from Baga to Colungute beach. He was instructed to drive straight. But then, he is Karan Gupta! πŸ˜› Went for right and left turns and god knows what! πŸ˜€ The boat threw him off and he ended up with a loss of spex πŸ˜€
All this was narrated to me by Vishesh Talreja. The doubt I asked was, “Whom did the instructor save first, boat or Karan?” to which he calmly replied “Boat 10 Lakh k around aata hai!” and I don’t need to emphasize further πŸ˜‰ πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€


We again played all sorts of games on the beach, which included, “saakhli” too πŸ˜€
Came back to the hotel. DJ was arranged. Lets not discuss more about it πŸ˜›


Had awesome dinner. Chinese, it was!!! (Seriously no one expected such awesome food throughout the journey!) Salute to Rohit Tolani and JP for the arrangements!
Had cake as dessert!


As per the rule, we don’t discuss about the things after dinner πŸ˜€ πŸ˜‰

7-1-2012 – The Day Which We Won’t Forget!

The day started off well, became awesome every moment, and ended with moist eyes!

We boarded the train from Thivim without any problem. The jhol-jugaad for seats started. Most of them succeeded in getting seats they wanted. But the two guys (who kept on throwing banana chilka’s on each other… @Ramya, remember πŸ˜‰ *hi5* ) did not adjust. Nevertheless, we belong to India where in locals on a seat of three there are already four people sitting and the fifth comes and says “thoda adjust karlo” πŸ˜› So we 10 people sat on the seat of 6. Mentioning this was important because Vishesh Talreja was one of the 10 ! πŸ˜›
Then started the Dus Kahaaniyaan!

Disclaimer:

This is purely non-fictional. The story may be based on souls living, and it is! πŸ˜› and anyΒ resemblanceΒ to any council member is purely intentional. I will not be responsible for any consequences πŸ˜›
PS: Read only if you are 18+ because the content herein is terribly coarse πŸ˜›

Chapter #1

A guy (born in 1992) started liking a gal in 8th standard. He proposed her and kissed her in 8th itself. He never knew what to do after kissing, then. He took her to his mama and the awesome conversation with mama took place *can’t stop laughing*
He got to know things about her and he left her. Again after 10th he started liking a girl, whom he loved from heart. But then the things did not gel up and he was (in Ramya’s language – shattered, broken and disintegrated ) Β all broken. He took up drinking and broke all the rules which are listed for good boy πŸ˜‰
Amidst all this a girl proposed him. He said a no to her. And now he is single.

Gyaan we got from him is:

1. When an auto is on a highway with leaves arranged at the backside, we don’t have to wait to help the auto because it is not that the auto is facing some problem, its something else! πŸ˜‰

2. When we take a girl home, we take her for “Masti”

3. Terrace are by far the most safest place for romance. You don’t even need leaves πŸ˜‰

Chapter #2

A guy (born in 1992), was liked by a girl from 8th standard. They used to chat on Y! Messenger. On birthday his birthday they got committed. And then they went on a break in the relationship in 10th (boards, you see! πŸ˜› πŸ˜‰ ) Resumed in 11th. Now they were technically built up and chatted on Gtalk! πŸ˜› As we know, time heals all the wounds, they again got together. Again, at the end of the year, there were some misunderstandings and they broke-off. Time *again* healed all the wounds and they got along in 12th this time the guy proposed her. CET was after 12th. Needless to mention the -break up- πŸ˜€
Again the girl proposed the guy in 13th. He said a no!
A gap of 3 long months. NoΒ correspondence at all..!
But, then he thought on 29th July at 11th hour of the night that she was the best friend he had. So he messaged her and they talked for about half an hour and he suddenly proposed her out of the blue! And she said a yes! And they lived happily ever after.
PS : No, they did not go on a break in 14th exams (someone might have told them, Second year easy hota hai πŸ˜‰ πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€ :P)

Gyaan we get from the story is:

1. Yahoo and Gtalk are awesome means for proposal, you don’t need any leaves or auto πŸ˜‰ πŸ˜€

2. Don’t go on breaks in the relationships during exams, coz even then we don’t study! πŸ˜‰

3. Don’t go on breaks because this guy is lucky, maybe you won’t be lucky enough to get the same girl back!

4. Just, don’t go on breaks πŸ˜›

Chapter #3

There was this girl (born in 1991), who was liked by a couple of guys since 7th standard (she is 91 born naa πŸ˜‰ get the link? πŸ˜› ) She had an option, because the two guys who liked her were best friends. ( Do dost ke beech ek ladki hi daraar daalti hai πŸ˜› I know that was lame, but that was better than the pj’s we cracked in last four days! πŸ˜› ) She chose none. Then in jr college she liked a guy but then nothing turned out between them.And then this cute girl is going around with a calm-guy she likes. They are super awesome together! And there are guys who still like her even after knowing she is committed and give her calls and all. Lucky girl, you see πŸ˜‰

Gyaan we get from the story is:

1. Ladki is haanikaarak for two good guy friends ki friendship.
PS: Its awesome for atleast one guy of the two πŸ˜€

2. Guys should form a union. For details, watch a famous speech from the movie Pyaar ka Punchnama. Must Watch it is! πŸ˜‰ πŸ˜€

3. Girls should not be trusted. ( Not trusted, by guys and gals both )

Chapter #4

There is this girl who has super good grades. She came to college and seniors from all the parts of the college came to see her in the break. She got to know that just yesterday πŸ˜› She got friends with a guy and that guy liked a girl. She used to help him suggesting how to propose that girl. And she was the one who actually wrote a letter for that guy to propose that girl. I know its confusing, read again! πŸ˜›
Later, during a college activity, he proposed her. And they got along. And now they are happy together. πŸ˜€
A small and cute story.
PS: This girl is very resourceful πŸ˜‰

Gyaan we get is:

1. There are two type of friends Girlfriends and Girl-friends. Girl-friends can be helpful to propose the one whom we want to make our Girlfriend. For details regarding this readΒ https://kk91.wordpress.com/2011/05/29/girl-friend-and-girlfriend/

2. Girls are resourceful. πŸ™‚ πŸ˜€

Chapter #5

There was a girl who was ekdum awesome. Lite!
No tension in life, lived ekdum mast! Fully energetic!
She fell in love with a guy. They went along for almost two months and then broke off. In other words, Dono ne lite le liya πŸ˜‰ πŸ˜€

Gyaan we get is :

1. Super-short relationships do exist! πŸ™‚

Chapter#6

There was this guy (born in 1992 ) who started liking a girl in 8th standard πŸ˜€ Again the relation 1992 and 8 th standard. He proposed a girl whom he liked. They went to school together. πŸ˜€ And came back together. One fine day, girl’s father caught them returning from school and the story ends. πŸ˜›

Gyaan we get is:

1. School jao but, alag alag πŸ˜€

Chapter #7

Related to one of the above chapters. They people who know, know. So lets get going with the rest…

Chapter #8

There was a girl who liked a guy elder to her. Quite elder I should say and they got along. And they are still along πŸ˜› πŸ˜€

Gyaan we get is:

1. All the stories don’t have a bad phase.

2. Not all the stories have actual gyaan for us πŸ˜› πŸ˜› πŸ˜€

Chapter #9

There was this guy, born in 1990 πŸ˜€ who loved a girl. He proposed her in person, unlike many others! He is an awesome guy. We all love him. He broke up with her recently.
PS: We have some pending wishes that he needs to fulfil πŸ˜€ πŸ˜‰

There is one more post left for the Dus Kahaaniyaan Script, so rest council members, go on, you can still make it πŸ˜‰

So the above, were a few things that happened on 7-1-2012.
A day well spent.

What we learnt apart from the industrial knowledge :

1. What happens in Goa, stays in Goa. πŸ˜› πŸ˜‰

2. Don’t wait for any auto to help it out, if it has leaves behind it πŸ˜‰ πŸ˜€

3. Each room has its own story. πŸ˜‰

4. If you’re going to sink your teeth into something, comeback with nothing less than a pound of flesh.( via fb) Β 

5. Life is as awesome as you want it to be. πŸ™‚

Gist of the IV, courtesy Abhishek Patil.

TO
All those who missed it

**FOOD**
There was little to complain about (even for the usual handful of critics found in a generally large group) in this department. With delicious vegetables everyday, accompanied by ROTIS on all days {:D}, salad, 2 types of rice with different dal preparations on each day, even asawari ma’am (the biggest critic of them all) appreciated the food. Non veg preparation was good. To top it all, there was ice cream and cakes (chocolate ecstasy and black forest) to end it..
The breakfast included bread-jam, cornflakes with milk, and 2 other dishes along with tea on each day. No chance of any complaints.

**LODGING**
With recently renovated rooms, excellent housekeeping service, and a honest hotel manager, it was a win-win situation all the way. Although a few members (4 of them i think) did complain about the SIZE (maybe they wanted to play cricket in the room :D)of the room, that was all about it..

**IEEE-VESIT junior council**
This has to start and end withΒ Rohit TolaniΒ andΒ Jitesh Punjabi. From welcoming us with properly allotted rooms and ensuring everything was just the way it should be, to slogging till the very end to live up to the expectations of everyone, these two did it all. The food, the lodging, the buses- all behind the scenes work was looked after primarily by these two with the help of others.
The pre-departure work done in selecting the hotel, arranging for transport etc was perfectly executed byΒ Vishesh Talreja,Β Jatin BantiaΒ and again, Rohit Tolani.
All on day coordination and execution was done byΒ Ramya Jayanthi,Β Fiona Britto,Uthara Gopalakrishnan,Β Mihir TalsaniaΒ and Vishesh. Facing no problems during these four days is proof enough of how brilliantly the 4 of them worked.

This successful IV would have been IMPOSSIBLE without all the people mentioned above.

**The coordinators**
With an able JC to guide and instruct them, the coords saw to it that every instruction dictated to them was passed on to the members without delay. A special mention ofSankalp Khot, our official photographer. πŸ™‚

**The escorting teachers**
The choice of teachers proved to be extremely helpful. We were given a lot of liberty, completely unexpected. πŸ˜€

The Water sports and DJ was the cherry on the cake.

Well thats all in a nutshell. The IV was full of exciting happenings and revelations which are better left out for later.. πŸ˜‰ The council had a blast!
I might have missed something, but its due to the weariness after these 4 days.. Therez a lot more which you ll definitely come to know by someway…

P.S.: I need not write about the industries, do I? πŸ˜€

All in all, IEEE is the best thing that has ever happened to me πŸ™‚
Cheers.

PS: I have shifted my blog to www.kunjkaria.com and this blog will be taken down, shortly. πŸ™‚

 
7 Comments

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7 responses to “~ IEEE for life, life for IEEE ~

  1. Gaurav keswani

    January 8, 2012 at 6:56 pm

    Chapter 4 and 5 is so easy to guess. πŸ˜‰ πŸ˜€

     
  2. uthara

    January 9, 2012 at 2:15 am

    i reli loved it..wel scripted…evtgs easy to gues…:)

     
  3. Monica Tolani

    January 9, 2012 at 9:01 am

    awesum!!!!!!!!!!!

     
  4. mihir

    January 9, 2012 at 12:32 pm

    nice 1 buddy… we ll neva eva forget d trip!!!

     
  5. Deepika Dixit

    January 9, 2012 at 2:03 pm

    mast hai boss!! πŸ˜‰ 1 chap i lyked d most!!

     
  6. mihir

    November 14, 2013 at 9:17 am

    went thru this 1 again…..relieved goa once again thru ur blog !!! thanx a lot man !! we all had a great time !! πŸ˜€

     
    • kunjkaria

      November 14, 2013 at 9:48 am

      Haha even I do that a lot of times. What lifetime memories! πŸ™‚

       

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