In the early days of January 2005, our session began. The first day, went inside the college, happily! but no reception! no one to guide, went to the notice board to find out if there is any info, well found out some lecture hall 3 to be a place for us to sit!
Once seated there, we had orientation classes. They were to be for 1 month. Well, to be honest! we were shocked when we found out a person, who we considered in the admission test day, to be some peon! – he was the head of department! of one subject! and others were not very graceful too! all messed up and highly non professional attitude.
You know what were the first 1 month classes were about? its here:
- we were not taught any medical subjects for 1 month, or any intro to them , or not any proper intro to them
- we were taught that how bad we are
- how bad non-muslims are
- how nalaiq and a burdon on our parents we are that we didn’t got admission in goverment sector medical colleges and got admission in private one
- we were taught that we are now stuck in hell
- that if they see any girl without the head scarf, they will blow her head
- if any boy is seen without uniform, he will get in trouble
- if any boy and girl are seen talking to each other, ever, they will get failed in exams (and yes, they did fail them too , please note, that boys and girls study in same class rooms, same area, same labs, same library, etc)
- if anyone speaks in front of them on any issue, they will be in trouble
- student is always wrong
Anyway, this was not the end, the list is long, i just compiled a few of them. . .
The condition of the class rooms, AC don’t work, sound system and mic don’t work properly, laser pointers are out of cells and dim . . . always! the computer operator doesn’t even know how to restart the computer, etc.
Anyway, the first day, as i thought, that seniors will come, and rag us, and make us annoyed etc, wasn’t like that much. Although they did, but the ragging from the professors and the administration was more than that. . .
And to be honest, i hated the institute (sorry to say that though!) the very first day . . . and was so sad that why did i enter this medical college.