After the Phenomenal success of its predecessor How to Spot a Rizviite, presenting to you, Year II in Rizvi…
How to spot a SENIOR Rizviite?
> You can blindly expect him to work 9am-9pm, even on Sundays. That is a Rizviite’s ‘Product Differentiation’
> He suffers from Monday Morning Blues of a different kind
> Don’t expect him to be partying on holidays. His friends stopped asking him long ago!
> By now, he will have given up on Economic Times, Business Standard and all other technical papers
> He will call all nerds as HPLs
> Only a Rizviite will know what RKP stands for
> He thinks that anybody who missed out on those Legendary, Phenomenal lectures is a part of a Deprived Generation
> He still thinks that his junior year class, be it MMS-A, MMS-B, PG-A, or PG-B was the best class EVER!
> Her fascination with clicking photographs will have reduced considerably
> He will have atleast one of these talents:
– Making funny noises,
– Mimicking Profs,
– Singing or
– Banging tunes on the table
> He shall never name his child Kayyum
> Whenever you say “class”, you will hear a mysterious echo… “Klaaaaass”
> He will always be interested in knowing “Kaun hai Waha?”
> For him, Choco does not mean ‘short for Chocolate’
> He is no longer afraid of “The Den”
> He will always be “happy to help”
*applicable to junior girls only
> He thinks helping juniors with studies is his moral duty.
(In his heart he knows he doesn’t remember a thing!)
> If she is from Marketing, her expectations from bald men will have gone down
> An HR girl can be identified by her Stylish Looks & Bulky Books
(yes it is BOOKS, you dirty minds!)
> And lastly, if you see certain elusive, unknown faces along 6th floor, don’t get scared.
They are still seniors, but from Systems!