Today was the second day of enrolment at our University. I stayed at the lecture room for around 9 hours just to wait bfor news regarding the class we petitioned for yesterday.
You see, there are probably around a hundred fifty of us in the batch taking roughly the same subjects (except for those who had to repeat). But the department decided to open only 6 of this important class, each can accommodate up to 18 students only. That's why we had to petition.
Around noon was the time they decided to announce that there'll be no results until tomorrow. Sure, that's understandable due to the high number of students signing petitions. But couldn't that have been avoided? What was the course demand survey for?
The students blame the inefficiency of the department while the faculty blames it back to the students because some didn't answer the survey. But what is to blame here, really? I dunno, the lack of teachers perhaps? Classrooms? Budget? You decide.
It's hard to write something bad about something you're supposed to be proud of. This is the department of electrical and electronics engineering! We're supposed to be able to deal with these simple matters. This may sound better than what happened to college of law yesterday, but at least they get to graduate on time.
3 blog comments below
Sorry for the double post. How do I delete this?
lightwate on Thu Jun 07, 2012 5:35 pm
You can't delete it. What you could do is to edit the contents of the OP and the topic line and make something different with it. To delete it Bondings would have to go right into the codes and stuff, making it a bit arduous. If you change the topic and content of this OP, I'll change the content of my comment too.
deanhills on Thu Jun 07, 2012 5:45 pm
Ahh I see. I'll edit the contents on my next blog post then. Thanks!
lightwate on Sun Jun 10, 2012 9:36 am