What’s the funniest thing you discover in a school/class while studying? The ‘weird’ actions of friends? The strange topics in study we come across? The accent of teachers?? Well the furthest one i wrote shall be the closest answer…
This post isn’t racist or something like that, it’s about how some teachers have really funny way to teach which brings kind of a smile on the face of students, which is totally unintentional…
Let it be the South Indian ‘well thee eakshh mast bii jiro’ or the MP’s ‘dishh ij a cunjarviteve fanxen’ or the gayish ‘these guzers are sometimes, really annoying, hihihuhu’… I now share some of my teachers’ funny accents whom i’ve experienced till now and well, after reading this it must be clear why today people are capable of controlling their laughter in serious scenarios… So here it goes!
1. Our ‘Mach waali’: The Maths Teacher, 1st Semester ( Don’t know her name)
Well, our whole batch A-05, 1st year, DTU is familiar with this teacher. She is a great teacher when it comes to telling the students the concepts in a nice manner, but apart from concepts something else does make students grab their attention to this teacher.
‘N tendj tuu infeeneteeeeeee’……..
Well, this is the way she says ‘n tends to infinity’, and we just find it really hard to control our laughter. When she was teaching us a chapter on ‘sheequencej eand sheeriej’, we discovered new ways of how people can pronounce ‘raabej tesht’, ‘paajiteev tesht’ and ‘logaleethmeec tesht’.
And, as you know college students are more into ‘attendance’ than for the studies, most of our students hate this teacher because whenever it comes to attendance, the teacher shortlists it into ‘jo b ye queschan soalve krega m ooshi ko attendansh doongee’ (Whosoever solves this question gets the attendance), and when the students copy the answer from one another after some nerd solves it; huge, long, ANNOYING chants of ‘belliii guud’ surround the class.
2. Our Maths Teacher (Again!): 2nd Semester (Don’t now his name either)
We simply hate this teacher, he just won’t allow us a damn mass bunk! And also he’s just too boring, he can make people sleep faster than a hypnotist..!!! But yeah, something about him is such that it can keep a man awake, if he just focuses…
‘thish ish aaf eaa, thish ish aaf bee, aand thish ish aaf cee, ye gyaat kar lena’
Simply hilarious the way he says ‘ye gyaat kar lenge’ after whatever he wants us to remember, and his ‘bass voice’ just makes it more funny, as they say ‘it becomes funnier when you stare’ here it is ‘it becomes funnier when you focus’…
3. Our Electrical Teacher: Mr. DC Meena
And here is the confused man who can make you forget whatever you’ve learned about the subject in less than an hour… Students are so annoyed and irritated by this teacher that some actually wrote a ‘letter’ to him requesting him to speak in ‘pure Hindi’.
‘gsfznhfuhavniu DC current jnaihiars nhv circuit arunymiuaefhvi answer, OKAY?’
Even the nerdiest nerd ofthe college, the one with the most brilliant mind on the planet comes into his class and sit for just 3-4 minutes hearing the words that are coming outta his mouth, he himselves would admit not a damn thing exists that could cross his mind in the class, yeah for sure except the ‘okay’ he says in the end, and the confused state of mind which can’t do nothing but nodding to it accepts the defeat…
Okay Here’s a quick joke… If your batch wants a mass bunk for DC Meena’s class and he won’t allow it, what would you do??? Don’t know??? Place a CAPACITOR on the door… Because a capacitor blocks DC, hahaha… Okay that was lame… so moving on…
4. Our English Teacher (School): Seema Malhotra Ma’am
(Also in the same category, Our English teacher 1st Sem, purely coincidential, eh?)
Partial as hell, and teaches as if inspiring students to go to a hibernation and never ever come back again… But yeah her style is something so common in teachers (and snakes too!).
And about the 1st sem english teacher, she was atleast nice and polite to students ( i meant sssstudents’), ignoring the fact attendance in her class was a difficult job to get. Leaving the phonetics part english was perhaps an interesting subject, atleast easier than all others…
And about the 1st sem english teacher, she was atleast nice and polite to students ( i meant sssstudents’), leaving the phonetics part english was perhaps an interesting subject, atleast easier than all others…
‘you sssstupid sssswine, ssstop it!’
Well no comments on this one, ssssimply amazing fact that this is sssssooooo common among teachers…!!! And this also is enough to make you laugh for about the whole lecture if you keep thinking about random things related to ‘how in the blue hell is this accent alike to a snake i just saw in the National Zoo???’
5. Last but not the Least, Our ‘Desi Girl’: The Environmental Teacher, 2nd Semester
Environmental engineering is perhaps the easiest subject in all of the 1st eyar, simply because everything in it is something we have done before in our school time, rest is all cramming, child’s play for DCE students!
And about the teacher, well her way of teaching always brings a smile to all faces, because her style is pretty different from other female teachers. Simply because of the fact that her voice is simply what the rest of the world portrays when they think of an ‘Indian’ speaking english… Thousands of emphasises in a single sentence
‘toh ye ecosystem hai jisme plants jo hain woh producers aur animals comsumers, etc.’
Her voice just sounds like someone who’s like, totally restless, though tension free; and a ‘Desi Girl in the Bidesi Casteum’…
Well, that’s all folks! That’s all I’ve got, you may share your experiences too…