March 14, 2017 - An Amazing Day With Wonderful Memories. - Things I Learned Today

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March 14, 2017 - An Amazing Day With Wonderful Memories.

An Amazing Day With Wonderful Memories.
Things I Learned On March 14, 2017:-
1.       Stress is not good for my health. (Lesson Credits: Partha)
2.       Read as much as you can, no matter from where you read. (Lesson Credits: harmandeep Sir)
3.       That awesome moment when you guide people to the right path. (A conversation with Hidayat and Prem)
4.       That hilarious moment when you create a humor in the class.
5.       A stress disappears, the moment you greet it with a smile. (P.S. I am feeling good)
6.       You can take your decisions only if you learn to prioritize.
7.       You can generate income only if you create a pool of activities which gives an earning capacity.
A Day Of OPR Presentation. 
Now, at 12:00p.m. I had to give a news presentation for 5 minutes. But within the presentation, many amazing moments occured. The scenario went like this:
"If you always do what you always did, you will always get what you always got", quoted by Mr. Henry Ford."
The moment I spoke this, all the students clapped.
I continued with my news presentation. During the same, I wanted to quote something about Mr. Barack Obama, by mentioning his name.
However, I spoke, "Mr. President Obama 'Ji' "

I realized that I just spoke the Hindi word 'Ji' but as the students took it in a more hilarious manner for the way it was spoken. So, Mam said, "What's the issue, he is just giving respect to him."
After the students became ready to listen, I continued with my presentation.
For comclusion I said, "I would rest my case with the quote given by Mr. Benjamin Franklin."
I witnessed a smile on many faces so I asked them, "Are you ready for the quote?"
"Yes", they replied in unison.
So here it goes...
"To succeed, jump as quickly at opportunities as you do at conclusions."

That's how I was able to give that presentation but it wasn't the end yet. I had to present a Case Study Solution in front of the same teacher in 4p.m.-5p.m. tutorial.

I did not read the case study along with my group mates and wasn't aware about the slide I was supposed to present even though I made parts of that presentation as it was edited later on.
The moment my turn came, I knew that I was not aware about all the issues but I knew the overview of the case study.
Everytime, I used to look at each point, I used to give hilarious/awkward/blank/confused expression but was still able to present each topic. Now, gradually students realized that I hadn't read the case and was making things up so their laughter became to emerge sue to my laughing face.
Now, to control my laughter, I started asking one of my friends from the audience, "What's the matter, why are you laughing?"
However, it was making them to laugh more.
"Rohit”, Mam spoke.
I tried to come to normal stage and finished my part of presentation in a calculated mockery, i.e. to give weird and crazy expressions only when Mam was looking at her laptop's screen.
After the end of lecture, I asked Mam for feedback, Mam said that everything was perfect but I must have control on my laughter.
That moment made me blush because Mam did not realize that I was not prepared with the topic but rather thought it was part of my nature like previous presentation.
Thank you for reading,

Rohit Sood.

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