New levels of academic excellence – Toughest Question Paper Ever!!!


Today the s6 compsci students had their OS paper and, man, what a laugh it was. The teacher was someone named Bookea. I am putting up it up here, to preserve to it for the benefit of future generations, so that they may know “that such a one as this ever in flesh and blood walked upon this earth”.

S6 Computer Seience Paper

a.Get the all events occur at process is  assigning to the CPU. Explain with queueing diagram.  # ??!!#%$#

2.Define formula about exponential average in SIF Algorithm.

3.When a new process arrives into the ready queue in SJF is preemptive and as well as in non preemptive. Give answer “precisely”.

4.When a new process arrives into the ready queue in priority scheduling is preemptive and as well as in non preemptive. Give “relevant” answers.

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Parse error!!!!!!!!

BraIn CrAsh!

……..recovering………. formatting and reinstalling English……….. success!

I just can’t even start to to think how such an incompetent person manages to stay on as a Lecturer at a National Institute of Technology which requires new applicants to hold a Ph.D to be even considered for the job. Anyway lets hope the that the EC department too gets hold of one of these… I am sure it would be more fun than anything that we have had till date.

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14 thoughts on “New levels of academic excellence – Toughest Question Paper Ever!!!

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  2. There is no big deal, if your English is wrong. You can best express yourself in your mother tongue. English today is filled with Latin and Greek words and their derivations. So add Indian ones too.

    Mistakes do occur. No one is perfect. You guys are damaging the reputation of NITC and CSE in particular. I dont care about mine, because I am only a spec in the universe.

    Is there anything more left to speak about the bloody Mallu accent English!!!

    Mallus pronounce for as four.
    Want more words – total, your koRikode, on,…

    And ECE students are in no position to comment on this. Interpretation is possible only if you know the subject. Better mind your own business.

  3. First of all let me appreciate the enormous effort you put in to make less than 5 mistakes per line.
    Nothing was mentioned there that was even mildly offensive of any accents.

    What is actually damaging to NITC’s reputation is your question paper which redefined the fundamentals of English grammar. Such a question paper was not expected from a college of such international acclaim. Next, the comment that you posted. It builds upon the redefined rules that you yourself have created, so I am not qualified enough to evaluate that. So no qualms there.

    “English today is filled with Latin and Greek words and their derivations. So add Indian ones too….”
    I shall be much obliged to you if you could explain what it means.

    An Advice
    Please dont get agitated, and do even more silly things than you have already done.

  4. Who has posted the third comment?
    There is a huge difference between the English used by Sreenu sir and the above one.

  5. please clarify as to whom you were referring to when you mentioned “you guys are damaging ….”.

    Its quite suprising that inspite of your qualifications you dont know the difference between grammar ,spelling and ACCENT (no wonder it was brought into question!!)

    And for your kind information KOZHIKODE is a
    MALLU word.. so it should be pronounced in a MALLU accent..how else should we pronounce it….WITH AN ENGLISH ACCENT ?

    I am having nightmares about what would happen if this virus spreads to other departments too!!!…so obviously it becomes MY BUSINESS too.

    “I AM ONLY A SPEC IN THE UNIVERSE”… did you mean computer specification by this ??

    And you are right, it is no big deal if your english is poor..But working with a limited english and pretending to know it in a job that demands good communication skills even when……
    are 2 different things.

    Kindly remember that India is a country already divided on the basis of many relevant and irrelevant issues..so please dont attempt to further divide it on the basis of our english ACCENTS (TELUGU/ MALLU etc).. it needs to be noted that the blog never commented .on the english accents of various people…

  6. briteesh rooled avar kandry meny ears. Thei distroyde avar kalchar. So ve distroyi theyer languvage lyke thees!
    So this is a patriotic work by him

  7. “You guys are damaging the reputation of NITC and CSE in particular.”

    Let the readers judge for themselves which is more damaging to the reputation of NITC- your question paper, or this blog…

    “And ECE students are in no position to comment on this. Interpretation is possible only if you know the subject. Better mind your own business.”

    Anyone with some common sense can understand that the questions are hard to decode! Well, I guess it’s hard to interpret even if you knew the subject…

  8. “And ECE students are in no position to comment on this. Interpretation is possible only if you know the subject. Better mind your own business.”

    I beg to differ….on the contrary i feel that “interpretation is possible only if” one is DRUNK
    that too up to the nose…

  9. good post sabupaul,
    i forgot to mention about this great faculty in my blogs, probably will dedicate some words for such a unique faculty…

    I really had some doubts about the third comment as it no where matches to the language of Mr. Bhukya. I got to know some students have given up a complaint also but as it was recruited by Director nothing was done. I enjoyed my days at NITC with efficient faculties, feel safe by not taking his courses.

  10. My guess is that the person who has posted the third comment is the one described by this blog…Hopefully I’m right on target.

    Mate do you even know why Greek and Latin words and roots are in the English language or what is the reason Indian words like curry and Shiva are in the English Dictionary?

    Now lets just leave the spelling and accent Nazism aside.(Side note:Spellchecker does wonders.)

    Your language is not very appropriate (Read:”bloody”) when you are addressing your own students and the section of people you were referring to.

    As far as the test paper is concerned, I could roll my head on the keyboard and yet make more sense….anytime even when I’m drunk “up to the nose”.

  11. Common people . . If u guys r talking about grammar it would descent and intelligent to atleast see u’r own grammatical mistakes before posting them . . . “did anyone passed ? ” . . . Funny people

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