Sameer Sanjay Ganu
Algebra and geometry upgraded to Maths - 'Applied'
Portion (syllabus) became vast, many times multiplied
Pace of teaching increased towards the end of Sem
Literally dragged and completed till the P.L.
It taught us to manage time and handle tensions
Effectively teaching us the maths 'operations'
'Division' of labour we learnt while solving assignments
'Multliplication' of knowledge through photocopying of 'notes'
'Addition' of noise led to chaos in classrooms
The calculation of balance of our cell phones taught us 'subtraction'
Having learnt so much, we love our Maths 'applied' in our lives
So we should keep moving on dude for thats the way an 'engineer' survives
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