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Jan 23, 2006

What happens when Electronics Teacher trys to Joke

Today in our communication class the teacher was trying to explain the dirac's delta function and i wud think he is got a bad sense of humor... here is a little excerpt, we gonna call him ET( meant to be electronics teacher and not Extra-Terrestrial.

ET:- The dirac delta function has a value 0 at t!=0 and infinity at t=0...

ET:- Now i cannot show you infinite line on a paper or blackboard...

ET:- To draw the line we need lots of paper and the college has no money for it...

ET:- Even if we had money to draw the line no one would be able to draw it...

ET:- Coz it wud cover the circumference of the earth...



....Class continues....



ET:- Now if i write on this side of the board the ppl on that side cant see it properly and if i

write
on the other u can see properly...

ET:- It is all the problem of population ...

ET:- There should not be more then 40 students in the class and here we have 70...

ET:- As the population of the country goes on atleast the CSE and ECE departments will have
more number of students...


...Class continues...


5 comments:

  1. "u have stopped to publish ur feeds that helps ppl knw ur blog is updated so.. i wont knw when u update it now..."
    I completely did not understand that comment. Kindly enlighten. What have I stopped? and as for when I update, I update whenever I feel like it.. Too careless to be regular.. :)

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  2. To draw the line we need lots of paper and the college has no money for it...

    lolz!! ur ET lecturer is funny

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  3. @archie...
    he sure is funny but his tone is monotonous...makes us sleepy:)

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  4. Ohh my goodness! what the fuck was that? It was so weard. Even here our fluid mechanics teacher is of such kind hes from MIT (U.S) he always cracks some crapy tech jokes!

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  5. thats nothing u shud listen to him explain about computer science he says we arent a branch of engineering at all,...
    neways i guess the teachers are the same everywhere

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