My First Day at College

Continues for 1 more pages »
Read full document

My First Day at College

By | August 2010
Page 1 of 2
MY FIRST DAY AT COLLEGE

College life is a life of freedom. I remember my first day at college. I had looked forward to this day from my school days. Life at college meant for me a new life. I was no more a young boy but a young man. I had begun to think myself to be a gentleman with a sense of freedom.

When I entered my college for the first day, I looked around with a mixed feeling of perplexity and joy. The stately building with massive pillars made a deep impression on my mind. I was puzzled as I was not habituated to the ‘college-ways’ of things. The students in batches were moving up and down the corridors for their classes. The professors were coming smilingly and exchanging greetings with the students in a friendly manner.

The first item on the routine was a lecture on English. I joined my class in room No. 51. It was S.M.’s English class, S.M being the initials for the professor’s name. The professor came with the attendance register. After finishing roll-call he delivered a short lecture on college-life. What impressed me most was the fluency with which he spoke. He advised us to take the maximum advantage of college-life.

Consulting my day’s routine I found that the next period was an off-period. This gave me a chance to make a tour round the college premises. I noted with a sense of relief that I would no longer be confined to the same room for hours together as I used to be at school.

I went to College Common Room. It was a big hall with plenty of noise. There were provisions for table-tennis and carom boards. There were newspapers and periodicals. On the first day, I was of course a mere spectator. The senior students were there, playing games, reading newspapers or discussing things. Then I left for the library

The next place of attraction was the library. There were shelves containing books. The room full of students who were absorbed in reading or writing.

I went next to the laboratory...
Hide

Rate this document

What do you think about the quality of this document?

Share this document

Let your classmates know about this document and more at Studymode.com