Life @ AIM - K

Nimc Times Part - III Gurgaon Chapter

Venue: Avon Tandoors, Gurgaon Date: 24-3-06

MBA 4 - Saket Prabhakar, MCA 2 - Nishat Mohommad, MCA 4 - Akshay Chikara, Adarsh Brar, MBA 6 - Vijay Sheron, MCA 5 - Jaggi, Suyal, Kharbanda

The Moments:

If only you had come from Pune crying "Jab mein na…pune se aya than na…", knew about nostalgic legends that would create history or were you aware of his presence on Alumni days…Saket Prabhakar, someone grateful to start off with attendance for BBC sessions. Accompanied by Suyal and Kharbanda, who were receieved by the PCQuest future editor-in-c, Jaggi (Java). Fun thrilled, open aired, comesome 'cas that's something that builds up for the total show of it all….Soon came in Chiku (as we called him), the super lovely tuodda Brar and the life threatening Sheoran, for whom everything was less and screwing was the best. And did Sheoran came hugging to Saket Sir as he first did in TGIF, Priyas….And soon started off what you would all happen to believe, the HIGH spirits of our well being, Chiku~~Kharbanda PLC talks, Jaggi~~Sheoran crusades, "Kaise hai tu" re-iteration, and the evergreen fables of the same lovely place. And not late came the global impact, Nishu Sir (as they called him)
and the table started trembling soon enough for which giddiness and ecstasy had taken their tolls. Sheoran took the better off on the Raseele hooth and Jaggi backtracked about him not complaining to Chako….lol…'cas when it comes to "Ho payega boss" or "khel ja" will you be a position to define it correct…Picture these…

Sheoran was sitting with Nishat and Bhuppi in the evening, just when they started having Vodka and soon they saw the Warden coming right towards them…sand started staring at them…they said..Sheoran -->" maam aap aa gaye??" she said…" Khusboo to bahut achhi aa rahi hai"…Sheoran -->" maam pani hi pee rahen hain"…She said…" Mere naak to kuch aur hi bata rahi hai". Nishat said..."Mam aapki naak hai to thik hi bata rahi hogi" lol…they went and Warden stared and said ----" Fluffy Lets go"

And the famous "My Balls" episode. Vivek Talik(title so coz he was always found high), Khera and few others were smoking away to glory next to lockers. Chako came out of the mess entrance next to LH2 and that very moment the drag was passed to Malik, cacko saw him smoking and cried out loud "Bloody Disgusting my balls"…and saying "Do you think I'm a bastard" Malik, Khera and gang started laughing...chacko left without saying any other

Playing basketball at night 0200 hrs...after heavy drinking...the only thing was that the basketball was personal...and not of the college…and came wardy and told us not to shout so much...and play quietly...After that Sheoran asked for a pass from sethi...instead of giving a pass..he went solo and missed the basket..he went directly to sethi and shouted loud....f***** why didn’t u give me that pass..he said i never heard you ..or even saw u shouting…he said....don’t u know i don’t refuse to whatever maam says.. she said play he said that softly.. she told the chowkidaar to get the ball.., just then Brar told the chowkidar to piss off as that was a personal basketball...warden asked the chowkidar ..didn’t you hear me...what i just said...unki kyyon sun rahen ho...mein kya bol rahin tum ko samagh mein nahin aa raha…Brar said...mein tere ley loonga dada agar tune ball ko haath lagaya to…all laughing away to

And the common prank…when we used to have those official gathering with red carpet and those directions for different places...Sheoran and cafu always used to point that toilet direction next to CR2..towards Chako's

And as we left while taking caring of the HIGH spirited Jaggi, not to mention of his annotations, as he said using EJB and his U-turns on the way home, was I being directed by someone who was everytime trying to overpower…lol…and we being followed by Saket Sir and Brar…and then Brar had to eventually come and get hold of Jaggi in the rear…and as Jaggi called us to move towards Kiddherpore…lol…and as we reached Nishat Sir’s place…where Jaggi was finally put to rest by Nishat Sir kissing him goodnight…as he broke down to sleep well…oh hell of a time….!

And yes, as for Saket Sir...he’s yet to learn about such demo type nimcians
Super Lovely!
[with inputs by Sheoran]

The NIMC Times – Part 2

The NIMC Times – Part 2

Just past dawn the cellular jail…
the sun stands with its heavy red head…in a black stanchion of banyan trees…
A long day in green pastures where I too spent my days grazing…
Hosting and feasting on every green moment.
But as its eleven and the darkness calls…calls to one and others reply…
With whistles by one and others on the learn…
I walk away into the Panchuri's night,
Swinging the little tin bell of my name...

So much takes place in no span; and much of it comes to you from next door. Even walls had ears and this is how it spread, in a small world where small wonders cropped. So much to chatter and gossip about, even days were short and nights long. But once each day will give rise to thoughts that’ll deter you not to be a member of the forlorn and the dejected stand, FOSLA !

And like every year, Holi taking its own stake with its brown colour, after breakfast on BBC, and then with sludge and mud enjoying the pranks at the Hard Rock and sure you would recognize them all. And then swaying to Rang de Basanti with leaf petals around over C Block to catch them watching you with envy from the Cellular Jail. What a day of relishing the home made Bhaang that had its own tang and ingredients. The day when alumni turns up unexpected and when you get the better off having them in puddles of ash and whatnot! But always when you’ve got the Josh to mix colour in the bathroom tank at a place where the water supply never goes out on a day like this!

As juniors when you had the visible moustache up with cherry blossom and when you praised seniors on others say of the pudding in mess, of a good hairstyle and why not to propose! The Independence Day march pasts and the ones of archangels with bed sheets had their own charm. Regular sessions when it never rained and when it all started after the fresher’s day. Night inspections by Dogra and his GR guys, not to mention about duty officers from Bengal area putting up in the visitor’s room. And the fall-in behind S Block that unified us rest and got Chako, Dogra and Warden to arrive at half past two in the morning. Times when post supper strolls increased when nimc gave way to the infrequent power cuts and when eyes on the walls and the bats behind the crease, when junees reported as supermen and commandos, got screwed to screw up lizards, and when parties on patrols with buckets in hand twelve at night just to catch hold of hoping frogs that’ll cost them a delightful performa.

When bonfires spread uncontrolled and when NIMC had forest fires and could roll on to a barbeque at any place! Just in time to realize the log you’ve been resting upon could well be burning! Getting HIGH over your block’s high and the bathroom mischief that had its own fun. And when buddies had their own creativity in waking you up, when crackers went off from underneath your bed just to realize that you’re still down but fast in snooze! But once you were back from your leave did you realize of the fungus that had its own place of shades and smell. And that stink that came from the bathroom when anyone had been washing the clothes that got sponged to over three days! And when you made the best use of the water coolers to refrigerate the beer bottles! With time that reverts back to a time where loads of times were at your doorstep. And do just in time to make favours and get the job done, roaming around in and out just with a purpose of doing NOTHING! And only when you could stand on your feet and roll in your sleeves to pay the bill, were others shocked ‘cas hadn’t they perceived of the money that landed up in your account that very day! Not to mention when people maintained your accounts and when you redirected your credits to third parties.

Occasions when you could haul out out other block’s LAN cable just to realize the speed with so some awesome! Times when the PING was ready to acknowledge back and when pages got downloaded by Download Managers and the virus of MSM that spread like worms, when instant messaging worked like an offline service. But only to make the best use of the intranet that worked at full speeds and that gained momentum at nights. When projectors had their way to the rooms for movies to be screened on a larger aspect. The era of gaming that will go down in history as NIMC play station arenas, from Quake 3, Delta Force, NFS, the evergreen IGI and the recent talked about Counter Strike.

Talk of those exams that had their own charm. From the moment you chalked out your seating arrangement on the notice board and got to know of the venue by someone grateful to the time when you got cursed or got begged of helping someone by sitting next to you. And a glimpse of just how you could get the answers to your doorstep. Well, all you knew of having people sitting for you with loads in the library, or have them ready with an open google page in the Net Lab, and why not a quick ambush back to the block itself! Whatever suites you man, the corridor patrols were quite helpful anyways. There were times when the hon’ble external invigilator shared a quickie with the internal by pointing to someone’s chit that had fallen, or why not counter check the answers with someone sitting right diagonally opposite in the LH1, while someone got hold of a supplementary sheet not knowing who's it is? And when the question papers were exported out from the window pane and when answers reached the bathroom in no time that caught you getting there too often just to get back, heavily armed. Not to mention when someone called upon to the academic coordinator to get the invigilator changed altogether. ‘Total aatank’ in short.

But always you would realize the importance of the warden, who gave so much and always thought to grab you red-handed only if she succeeded in those tricky Hide-n-Seek. Not to mention of her sweet surprises (Mein aa gaye hun!)

From the freaky hours at the Hard Rock…To the correspondence ones at the Net Lab
In the silence of the Library…And the wee hours of the dining hall,
Still confused what to do…?
Do it in the Eden Gardens…’cas it’s a safe Spanish Harlem.
Bada Maza Aaya !!!

Happy Holi (Snaps of Holi 2005)

AIM Counter Strike Tournament - Final Results

Final Results

AIM Counter Strike Tournament

Death Row Won the battle by crushing Ghatak

Battle Score : 13 - 6

Frags = Killings Results are -

Death Row

  1. Suman Das [Hell Boy] = Frags - 28
  2. Bhaskar Kadia [Satan] = Frags - 23
  3. Abhishek mallik [Rage] = Frags - 20
  4. Baljinder Singh [Sher-e-Jhalandhar] = Frags - 18
  5. Nizamuddin Jhangir [Zeus] = Frags - 10
  6. Pinak [Lucifer] = Frags - 8


  1. Sandeep Mehla [Rajasthani Saand] = Frags - 21
  2. Harsh Pathak [Stealth] = Frags - 18
  3. Saptarishi Bhattacharya [P. Annihilator] = Frags - 12
  4. Mayank Yadav [Anaconda] = Frags - 9
  5. Anant Singh Chowdhary [Bhagat Singh] = Frags - 8
  6. Amit Trikha [Maut Ka Badshah] = Frags - 8

Man of the AIM Counter Strike Battle - Suman Das [Hell Boy]

AIM Battle Field - Counter Strike Tournament


Counter Strike Tournament

Today (12.03.2006) ....... AIM's arena (Programing Lab) has turned up into battle has filled with bullets, shells and bloods of Terrorists and Counter Terrorists......... everyone is armed with Magnum(sniper), Kreig, M4A1, SMG and kevlar and many more....... because for the 1st time in the history of AIM.... we are fighting with each other .

Six teams with six players in each are thirsty for oppenent's blood and they wanna kill at any cost coz if they don't then they will be killed........

There is do or die situation for each team.....

The battle scheduled to start at 11:00 AIM 12.03.2006 but due to smooth functioning of AIM's Lab comps and delayed for 2 hrs and started at 1:00 Pm........girl's has also formed their troop and they are ready to crush the rest of the five boys team...

Right now the battle is going on......

Every time two teams is facing each other..

the sides (terrorist and counter terorrist)..will be decided by a toss of coin.....

there will be 21 battle between two teams at same location......de_dust...which is unanimously chosen by all the team.......

there will be league, semifinal and final battle..

right now league battles are goin on....

lets see who will win the bloody.....battle....

for the preparation of this battle our Abacus club......who are Lords of The WAR (Moderator) for the very 1st time... they took sanction from BIG R (the registrar) and in our full knowledge...he astonishingly surprised everyone with green card......but...terrorists and Counter terrorists have to bring their own PC.....

Now lets see who will win this tournament.....

Six Teams are -

1. SaCreD MaTriX

2. Ghatak

3. Annhilator (Girl's Team)

4. Ballistic Platoon

5. Gladiator

6. Death Row

Battles are going on between -

1. SaCreD MaTriX Vs. Ghatak

2. Annhilator Vs. Death Row

3. SaCreD MaTriX Vs. Ballistic Platoon

4. Death Row Vs. Gladiator

5. Ballistic Platoon Vs. Ghatak

6. Annhilators Vs. Gladiator

Crux of Dristikon 2006

The Army Institute of Management, held it's annual discussion on the finance bill called Dristikon on the 7th of march 2006. The panel included some distinguished personalities from various fields namely Mr. Udayan Ray, Director (Finance), NICCO was the moderator spoke first thereafter Mr. Prodipto Banerjea, Exe. VP, Finance, ITC and Mr. Siddhartha Chatterjee, Capital Market Analyst.

Mr. Udyan Ray emphasized on the point that no matter how the budget is, one needs to work within it and go by it. He also said that the economy looked stronger, as a result of the strong rate. Other aspects like inflation, MAT, indirect taxes etc were also emphasized upon. he seemed pleased about the fact that the finance minister was more focused on implementing the budget.

Mr. Proditpto Banerjea claimed that there were not many surprises in the bill. He pointed out the fact that the government wants more FDI over FII. His main emphasis however, was on the tax to GDP ratio. He also spoke about the pillars namely agriculture, education, infrastructure and public health in context to Dr. Chidambarams budget. He concluded by saying that the finance minister has gambled with two aspects:

Firstly, he has assumed that there will continue to be a lot of money in the stock market.
Secondly, there will be growth in the agriculture sector this year as well.

The final speaker was Mr. Siddhartha Chatterjee who provided the discussion with much needed humor. He spoke mainly about the stock market and how it has affected the budget and vice versa. He saluted the budget giving examples of some companies whose share prices have ten-folded over the last 3 years like L&T, BEML etc.

He also spoke about the systematic investment plan or the SIP process. He concluded by saying just one emphatic statement - India is unstoppable.

All in all, it was an excellent discussion that helped students get an insight on the nations complex budget.

Dearest Alumni,

Here i have some good news for our alumni that we as a new council feel proud that we have made our first event successful. The whole event was a joint effort of us and some guidance form our faculty members.

All the three panelist which was mentioned by Anushree in earlier mail were the excellent speaker. Their speach was enlighting form i think so but it was bit boring because as usual most of them were just listening as it may remind ur AIM days probably.

You might not be intrested in the proceedings of the event but i m putting them for the as the essential part of the event which were as follows:

All the three panelist were welcomed by Director Sir, Dr. K. K. Choudhuri. Then every thing was hosted by Navjit Kaur, Secretary Student affiars. Thereafter Amit Rana gave a small presentation on The Budget (Finance Bill). Hence the discussion was started.

Mr. Udayan Ray, Director (Finance), NICCO was the moderator spoke first thereafter Mr. Prodipto Banerjea, Exe. VP, Finance, ITC and Mr. Siddhartha Chatterjee, Capital Market Analyst. All the three panelist said the folowing points common:
1. the Budget is moderate and have the mix reaction form the market.
2. the budget is for attracting the foreign FDI's and investors for the building up of infrastucture for the takeoff of economy.
3. As market is booming which means that the budget is in favour of the market.

Also they spoke on many topics like social security, taxes, Tax to GDP ratio, stocks, agriculture and widening of gap between poor and rich & many more.

Finally, do wish ur college's present council all the best and we hope to meet the standards set by our seniors last year and above all make our alumni proud.

Thanking You,
Anusree and Naveen
Alumni Coordinators

AIM Rockzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz


Hello everybody,

A lot of time has passed since we have posted anything to you all, do give us some time because the new council has just started off and we are learning the tricks of the trade.

The news is that the new council is organising the very first event for the college and that is DRISHTIKON-BUDGET DISCUSSION. It is a post budget discussion on the finance bill presented by our honourable Finance Minister, Mr.P.Chidambaram in the parliament.

The objective of this discussion is to interpret the budget and what impact it will have on the industrial sector, capital markets, insurance sector, employment and many more areas.

A panel discussion will take place with one moderator and three panelists who will give their views about the budget. This will be followed by an open house interaction with the students as well as the faculty members.

We have invited three noted executives from major corporate houses to analyse the budget. They include-

Mr.Prodipto Bannerjea,Executive VP,Finance,ITD ITC LTD

Mr.Ashok. K. Basu,VP,Head Retail Banking,UTI Bank

Mr.Sidharta Chatterjee,Capital Market Analyst&Consultant

We have also invited some of the major B-schools in Kolkata to come and take part actively in the event. They include IISWBM, ICFAI Kolkata, BE College Shibpur, Globsyn Business School to be named among the few.

Army Institute Of Management
Judges Court Road, Alipore

Date-7th March 2006

Do wish the new council all the best and we hope to meet the standards set by our seniors last year and above all make our alumni proud.

Thanking You,
Anusree and Naveen
Alumni Coordinators

AIM Rockzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz


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