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Day was called HMT Safari...

Oct 24th, One of the great days for us unlike the investors who had a black day... A Yellow coloured bus getting prepared for one day hostelers(day skies like me), One day early risers(The hostel wale ppl), One day time Managers(girls of our batch) , well i m trying to theorize a superficial Industry visit to HMT, Pinjore, not so sophisticated Tractor manufacturer in India, but it is not a reason to avoid it, HMT is still a mark in Industry, there are fans and followers of this BRAND, after all it is HINDUSTAN MACHINE TOOLS... It was 0354HRS,Oct 24th, i got up and started getting ready for much awaited industrial trip( except strike , very few things occur in continuum, so ppl eagerly wait for trips like me...:))..

Bus was the USP of the trip, apart from the spl KUK logo on bus, ergonomical seats, Digital surround sound and very spl music system, the bus had a special feature, generally TATAs dont incorporate this feature in buses, as university is spl, the bus had a special feature called "Dhakka Start"... Yes.. it had this special feature.... and it ws well used too. everytime the bus stopped, the feature automatically got activated :-)...

It was a fun day, after an interactive session with the Public Relation officer, and a detailed plant visit of HMT, We went to Good Lookin Yadwinder Gardens..!! PRO at HMT gave a lecture worth listening, the best thing abt him was his style of conversation... Will be telling u itenery later:-D, the golden moments of the trip were with the friends, everyone had a glorious day and it was fun everywhere... Few ppl had a platinum day too...(like me....)

Apart from the trip, Some other unconventional things are...
Convention : we are at home again for seven days
Unconventional: No strike, due to Diwali

This was a glimpse of HMT safari, which had the ingredients of everything everyone desired....I enjoyed it a lot... it ws a treasured day..!!



M_U_K_U_N{U_V} said…
Sir ji maine Miss kia ise but mere pass alt. nahi tha meri 3 ppt. thi or aaj Sessional bhi tha thats why..
Agli baar main bhi chalunga agar aaplog le ke jaoge.. :)
Unknown said…
yaa.....the trip to HMT was awesome...the day will be always remembered as dis is the second trip of our college life....pure raste chickte-chilaate jaana....breakfast at Red Bishop...then HMT, den pinjore gardens.....den FR (the best place where we had gone and enjoyed the most bcz of diwali utsav was gng on dere)......sukhna lake (many enjoyed the oating ride).....well i hadn't take the boating ride....den the most special place for girls for shopping Sec-17....den dinner at Sagar ratna and den back 2 home.......what a great day....cheers to IMS...and 7th sem......

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