Fashionable degree names at the back of their names.

Standard

Yes,

Really Shocked after seeing this scene.

       Yes as I have some work at Shastri Bhavan I went there on Tuesday morning.  Though it was a long queue I have to wait there till 10.30am.  At that time I started hearing some voices like “Nee enna rowdy ah, thirudan ah” meaning are you rogue? are you a robber.  I looked back and saw some officials of Shastri Bhavan is beating like anything.

What is the root cause?

    The guy was around 35+ of age and was trying to go to the second floor for making a payment for the passport and asked for some enquiry.  The officials said, you are not supposed to go the 2nd floor unless and until you hold the passport application in hand.  So he asked where can I make a payment and when can I get into to make payment.  The immediate response was you are not supposed to get into the floor anymore and after few minutes he sat near the steps and was trying to enter the second floor and the officials started yelling at him and they started kicking with their legs, hands, and even they started beating like anything and that guy was literally bleeding and even they have cancelled the passport for him.

Too bad of these guys, for making payment won’t they open a new counter at the Ground floor.  Don’t they have mercy on people?

One more thing I found in Government offices, the public will be standing in a queue starts from 8am and the officials will be coming damn late like 10 or 11am or even late is quite enough to come I think.  And the working hours for them will be from 10am to 1pm.  Thats all šŸ˜Æ .  Manam keta pozhapu.

-Charu

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2 responses »

  1. Hi Charuā€¦.

    Every one (from this generation) would agree with what you have saidā€¦ But you seem to think only from your perspectiveā€¦
    Jus turnaround and step into your parentā€™s shoes and look at the same situationā€¦

    Every single individual has not studied on his own, he needs support of their parents tooā€¦ So, why cant they jus show to their relatives that, they have grown their children up to the standard of getting a Degreeā€¦

    Moreover, the first question would be ā€œMaapilai / Ponnu enna Padichirukanga?ā€. Might be adding the Fashionable degree would provide the right answer to this.

    Note: One afternoon (in the office), out of curiosity, when I was searching for the word ā€œAmbal Nagarā€ (as I have posted a blog on it) in the blog world, I came across ur blog, Itā€™s quite interesting and relatable to lifeā€¦Keep bloggingā€¦

  2. I think you din’t read the book Rich dad Poor dad by Richard Kiyosaki. If you would have read that, you wouldn’t have posted the comment like this I suppose. Yes thats obvious that each and everyone should hold a degree for their marriage, but my question is, is the degree certificate going to help you in work or after marriage?

    If you take my case I have finished my B.com in the year 2007 and currently I am working as a programmer in a software company, don’t you think the degree certificates and other things as an absurd.

    Say for instance if you would have finished B.E. whatever you have studied in College are you using the same studies in the software technology.. Its entirely different.. whatever you study will never be the same when it comes to real time job or work. And I would like to conclude it as degrees are needed when you really really working as a specialised person like Doctors, Charactered Accountants, Auditors but not for this Software Engineers. I hope you can understand now what I am trying to mean?

    Charu

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