Young and bubbly, these vivacious engineers-to-be, from Andhra University, in Visakhapatnam, have loads of gossip to share with us.
The good life
Chaarsani is jamming to ‘Mechanical Sundariye’ by A.R Rahman and finding college life definitely worthwhile.
What College means
“A platform for reinventing myself. If there was no college I wouldn’t get a chance to meet and understand different mindsets.”
Favourite College Time-pass
“Playing ludo with my friends.”
The Creative College-goer
Ayesha really appreciates creativity and is an ardent beach lover who says she will miss college once she leaves it.
Change in college
“I would like to introduce some extracurricular activities and make them compulsory.”
“My best friend Srilekha!”
Views on ragging
“Ragging is alright, but the limits shouldn’t be crossed. A little bit of ragging is actually fun.”
“I bunk the boring classes but not so often, because we all know, our enemy – the attendance, is ready to attack us.”
Geeta, who is an enthusiast in sports as well as in the library feels open-minded about different mindsets of people.
Most Embarrassing Moment
“When our entire gang bunked the college on the occasion of my friend’s birthday and the maths teacher sent all of us out of the classroom.”
“Chit-chatting with friends and discussing about Korean dramas.”
Keerthi, poised for college life. is a familiar face in the college and is on good terms with all lecturers.
Best thing about college
“It being an all-girls college.”
Favourite food in college canteen
“The onion samosa in ‘Andhra university Canteen’.”
“Once I leave college, I would definitely miss my time hanging out with friends on a regular basis and interactions with seniors and faculty.”