Wednesday, June 07, 2006

The clock is ticking

Firstly..it's too long since my last post..all those (yes..all of you two :)) who have been waiting for a post, here I present it. There are reasons though, for being away for such a long time.(5 days after the exams!). This is a period where I am still to figure out how to continue with my life. Last few months have not been those happy moments of the end of college life that I expected.(from which I learnt:Do NOT 'expect' anything!). And even in the last few days, I couldn't think of anything I would like to share with you. My brain has just gone blank. I sit down with a pen, and the poems which were overflowing once have disappeared into the air. Don't know why...

Of course, one of the reasons may be the vcn (yes my vacation is now compressed-bad joke no!!). Just 20 days and so much to do - sleep,sleep,sleep,stare,think on a non-topic,watch TV, watch the world cup from all camera angles,etc,etcetera,et al,and so on. Besides all this, I also thought of utilizing this vacation for some 'contructive' work, put my technical skills to use (as I mentioned in my earlier post, my project is still 'incomplete'), bring out some thought provoking ideas into my blog, some good verses, and spare some time for a self-appraisal exercise. Oh! Forgot to mention hanging out with friends(though I do that very rarely!!) and chit-chatting at relatives' place. I wanted to devote some time for my new-found interest in books(and surprisingly I have succeeded in starting one) and continue with my pursuit of following the happenings in the IT industry (specifically, the internet). To add to all this, my employer wants me to 'be acquainted with UNIX'(which I have worked with for only 2 months or so) before I join the training. Having realised earlier that I would 'fit in' well in the management environment (and also being disappointed with no calls for M.Tech!) and pledging to work full-fledged in the vacation towards that target, now I find even that option shoved for the next year.

With the result, I still am not able to sort the above list and am working on whichever I think of, at that instant.(And 'the instant' for this post came only today!)...Hope I complete atleast 75% of the above list in the coming days, so that I am more relaxed and satisfied (with myself) in Bhubaneswar(btw, I am off to Bhub on 22nd for my training)...The clock is ticking. . . . .

6 comments:

Barath.M said...

all the best for ur future da...hope u ll njoi in bhub...

Janani said...

All the Best...U feel for compresed vacation I am struggling with 2 long one.... Enjoy @ bhuvaneswar.

savita said...

hey... u got into tcs rite??? why is tcs giving you training in bhuvaneshwar???
you atleaast have 20 days to stare at nothing..
I dont even have that.. exams jus got over.. and i am back trying to solve apti papers.. thanks to the two days trip to matheran i am kinda relaxed.. but i am still cursing it coz its making me go for aother trip now itself...
and one more thing.

PLs give me tips for the placements.. tell me how to prepare for the aptis and the interviews..

savita said...

all the best for your future... enjoy your life.. I am trying hard to do that here...;)

Vishy said...

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Vishy said...

Acha btw...I also need info on WHAT to study for Aptis and especially the tech interviews...cant make head or tail of it...