Saturday, March 26, 2011


Finally, someone has done it! My class-mate finally asked my Professor- “Where do you get this lot of energy from? It seems like there’s no end”. And he says- “It’s from inside. When you are passionate about anything, the things around don’t matter. It’s where the source becomes Infinity and that’s what drives you”.
Sir says, “If you think you have achieved your goal, you are an Idiot” and I agree to this one without doubt. He says:”The goal can never be achieved because if you achieve it, you become stagnant and it just stops everything- passion, energy and the ability to work”. He says, “Goal can never be achieved because it is dynamic but Satisfaction has to be achieved.” May be it always has to be this way: you set the goal, launch an arrow, achieve it, and then... You make a new goal, and a new journey begins with the same zest, but with the happiness of climbing the stairs that lead to the goal. Well, this is what’s called the perfect match of optimism, energy and contentment.
For this I know some people might say, “Satisfaction means it’s the end of Innovation”. To that, my Professor has to say, “Innovation and satisfaction are two different systems . Don’t try to merge them. ” And since he likes DSP, he says, “The aim in life is to maintain the properties of the system. Just remember when you enter the system, be sure that its properties remain the same, when you leave the system. That would make sure the equilibrium maintains itself.”
On Success and failure, he says: “Success and failure are situational. And for the true success, all we need is Trust in God and Faith in Ourselves and combination would always work out.” My Professor has always taught me to do it the right way, and the right results would come by themselves.
To all those who ever wanted to meet someone with overflowing zest, unmatched stability , perfect knowledge and extraordinary teaching skills, here’s from me, an invitation to the IGIT campus, the person you always find smiling even when he’s not well, it’s Him. My Prof. and a person I am proud to call My Mentor.

Sunday, March 20, 2011


The Colours of Joy, the Colours of Belief,
The Colours of faith, the Colours of Relief,
The Colours of goodness, the Colours of success,
The Colours of courage, the Colours of finesse,
The Colours of hopes, the Colours of quest
The Colours of happiness, the Colours of zest
And in all those Colours,
For making us see, how deep they were,
In all those rainbows,
For making us feel, how important they were,
In the myriads of spectrum different and diverse,
Whether the times were better or worse,
For making us smile and rise again,
For making us cross life’s toughest lane,
For making us know the value of this life holy,
From your students, Professor—HAPPY HOLI!!

Thursday, March 17, 2011


Not to loose ourselves in the myriads of success and failures, but to find that right blissful contended path for ourselves; not to die down in the waves of bad times, but to endure; not to give up ever, but to smile and face whatever comes up next; and in all times, good or bad, to be the HUMAN that God wanted us to be, this is my Professor’s philosophy of life! And I guess, this is what is required for a good happy life.
My professor says, life is all about the right karmas, they are going to come to you over the circumference of life sometime, and to keep them right, just remember three things- “DO so that the system does not collapse because of your Karmas, DO so that the nature doesn’t get hurt ever, and DO such that you do not take anyone else’s piece of pie that’s not correctly yours”. He says, life is not about money, may be it’s more about us, about the kind of people we are for ourselves, about not hurting anyone in life, about being happy and more importantly making others around us happy because my Prof.  says life is just a probability function, and we just have to obtain the right PDF. He says , do your work and let the outcomes be! And that’s a wonderful solution to life’s biggest worries.
Well, Professor, every-time we have spoken to you, we have learned something, the SOMETHING that’s going to be with us forever. Thanks for giving us the keys to life’s most sternly locked gates!