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Yoga and Yapping at MMK!

Now all MMKites have a chance to connect to their spiritual sides. The College has started yoga and meditation sessions for all its students. The sessions will be held everyday after regular lectures. However there is a nominal charge of Rs.100 to enroll for the program. A big pat on the back to the authorities for focusing on the overall ...

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Elphinstone College,Mumbai

U know U R in Elphinstone College, Mumbai when:- – You see more labourers than students (the college is undergoing renovation at the moment.) – The library is more crowded than the canteen! – The peons expect you to call them ‘Sir’. – The DJ for all socials plays ghaati Marathi remixes and the loves it. – It is mandatory ...

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S K Somaiya College, Mumbai

U Know U R in S.K.Somaiya when: – U climb 5 floors only to be told that the lecture has been cancelled. – U reach college at 10AM only to be told the prof will arrive at 2PM. – U keep telling everybody that U R from K J Somaiya. – the classrooms are on the 5th floor and the ...

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VESIT, Mumbai

Also known as: Vivekananda Educational Society’s Institute Of Technology, Mumbai. Most just say VESIT and sometimes VE”SHIT” :-). A few also call it “Swami’s” (as in Swami Vivekananda). Location: It is inaccessible from both the Central and Western Railway lines. You have to take the Harbour line, get down at Chembur station, get into a autorickshaw. But the fare will ...

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B. V. Polytechnic, Mumbai

Mr I-Don’t-Care: He is the type of prof who doesn’t care whether you attend or bunk his lectures. You can enter the classroom anytime you like by giving him any silly excuse. Noise level in his lectures: From silence at the begining to more than 100 db at the end. Attendence: 0% – 100% depends on whether the students want ...

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Elphinstone college, Mumbai

Also known as: Elphi The Location: Opposite Jehangir Art Gallery The Campus: Not too big but large enough to accommodate all the students at the jam session during the socials. Half the ground floor and the first floor are the Maharashtra Archives. For some bizarre reason, the auditorium is referred to as the gymkhana. The Crowd: consists of all kinds ...

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Bhola’s Classes, Mumbai

Branch Manager He does nothing but sit in his A.C office all day. The only time he comes out is to yell. His hobbies include confiscating I-Cards and threatening the students. Tip: If he takes your I-Card, go to his office and start speaking to him in English real fast. He`ll give it back. Mr Kandhani Saphalta Ki Safari Always ...

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St. Andrew’s College, Mumbai

Location: Bandra (West), off Hill road… enjoy the traffic jam on your way over. Landmark: As long as college is on, you’ll see a bunch of rickshaws parked to the left of the road. A more permanent landmark would be that the road outside is always being dug up. Campus: Huge with a lot of bikes parked and a lot ...

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Thomas Bapista Junior College, Mumbai

Also known as: Thomas Baptista High School because of the strict rules one has to follow. The location: 4km from Vasai station at Papady How to get there: Come at your own risk! If you’re really brave you can get into a ST bus (they’re more crowded than a train during roush hour) and if you’re really lucky, you can ...

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KGCOE, Mumbai

Name: Konkan Gyanpeeth’s College of Engg but the students prefer to call it the King George College of Engg to hide their obvious embarassment of saying the real name. Location: No other collge in Maharashtra can claim to be between Matheran, Lonavala and Khandala (Karjat). The collge might look like a hill top resort when viewed from a train but ...

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