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Back from the loooong winter break. A mild cold day. We Friends were happy to meet each other after a long time. But yes, a bit sad too about leaving homes when you have had an awesome "vaila" time. And lets not forget the fear deep down in our hearts. The fear of PRAAF result... *shivers*

Imagine the feelings.We, the miserably Proff-result awaiting medical students, who were passing quietly through the stones and dust of the worn out physiology parking lot, met up some seniors who dropped a bombshell on us breaking the sudden news of Proff result "aur wo bhi zero point pay"

We jumped out of our skins, with eyes on stalk. But as we have had heard about pranks and all, so we tried convincing our hearts that lets not give a damn about it and chill.
But  "the feeling of heart being shifted to our mouths" wasn't going away..........

"Matlab kia? direct display of result on zero point? Nai yar paka prank hay! I bet prank he hay"
But our fears came true. The hottest question of "now-a-days" was answered today!!
"Yar ye result kb aye ga??""
No dreadful walk to Patialla but a direct hit of result on zero point. 
The situation of setting Myocardial Infarction to the students' hearts was, leveled today.

Untill yesterday, even speaking of the "Praaf result" among friends was considered a sinful act. Here you dare to ask about their feelings, and there they give you a horrible killer look.

And today the day had come.
And we felt like:

But istead we were like:

running towards zero point

The crowd at the zero point was terrible. Our feelings were even "terribler". Dude, no prank. rather, "SURPRISE"
The result was definitely a bolt from the blue. Sea of my class fellows roaming about in chaos. Some seemed happy, some shouting, even some of them crying.Those feelings, that situation is undefineable:
The curiosity
The tension

The whole memory of first year at K.E and the first horrible proff experience ran like a movie trailer through our minds. And now officially being promoted to 2nd year, ALHAMDULLILAH, we felt like ALLAH made our way out of all the thorny difficulties of the "Praaf period" 



  1. hahahaa its such a funny blog post ,
    shows hoq jolly a firstula getgets after getting passed :-p
    Well...ours was displayed in patiala and it was such a big day for many :)


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