Ahmedabad: In light of IIMs’ recent march towards diversity, TopCAT classes have announced that they would waive fee for their women and non-engineering students. The fee for male engineering students would be increased by 20%.
“Yes, we have decided to take this progressive step”, said a representative of TopCAT, “Majority of students in our batch are male engineers and they apply the same thought process to every question. Sometimes they also arrive at the same answer. It is disgusting”.
When asked that since questions are based on Math, shouldn’t it be right if all students arrive at the same correct answer; the representative declined to comment.
Male engineering students have responded with mixed feelings.
“I hope we have more girls in our batch now”, said Chulbul, a CAT aspirant from IIT Rampur (yes, even Rampur has an IIT now), “But i think a waiver for male non-engineering students is atrocious. When I am forking out an extra 20%, I expect to get a bang for my buck”, he added stressing the last few words.
His friend Babloo, who has abandoned his CAT aspirations for GRE, saw the issue as “circuitous with multifarious dimensions”
“I conceive we abscind the contention in its disjointed entities”, he said in a strange accent and proceeded to speak in a mixture of Greek and Latin.
Upon translation, we found that he favoured the division of women and non-engineering students on the basis of caste and provide a double waiver to those from the reserved category.
He had a mind to go on a fast-to-death for the same but decided to do so only if more than seven media houses are willing to cover him.
Competitors of TopCAT are aghast but many have decided to join the bandwagon.
“If TopCAT gets all the girls and non-engineering students, it will generate more IIM calls than us”, said a CATty representative, “so we have decided to follow suit”
Inspired by the happenings, aye-aye-PM has dared to think beyond the IIMs and announced that it will “extend grace marks to animals and birds applying to its institute”.
We promise to cover that as and when it happens.