Some Theories and Laws discovered @ SRM University (2010-2014)

SRM_LogoSo As I studied engineering for four years at SRM University. I came across various laws and principle you know but why talk about that?  No, I am not talking about the traditional laws and theories; I am going to talk about theories that are discovered by the students in these four years based on their individual experiences. So here we go

1. Chug’s Law – The term is coined by Pushkar (as far as I know). This law states that

“If chug is pass…. then everyone is pass”

I don’t know how it came but it is believed that if anyone wants to know whether they are pass or not they first try to know whether chug is pass or not and if he is pass then there is nothing to be worry about.

2. Maheshwari Effect – Don’t know where it came from. I think its been realized So,Maheshwari Effect is –

“Every sentence must end with bey… No matter how small the sentence is”

For Example:

1) Kya chal raha hai bey.

2) hum to tabse yahin hai bey.

3) Chodo bey.

4) Abey bey.

Sometimes,this effect is also known as Kaushik Effect. This effect has so much influence that in 2nd year of college almost 80% of the students are under this effect knowingly or accidentally.

3. Rahul’s Principle – This one is established by me and a little technical to understand

“Every Discussion using Rahul as Environment Variables abruptly stops with a return string… Ab Thoda Padh Le

So no matter how crucial the discussion is going and how much we are willing to discuss or immersed in it, If it is with Rahul or in his surrounding the discussion ends in between, with this one sentence and we can’t do anything about this and anything means anything. Although he almost corrected this in his final years. 🙂

That’s all If you know more please let me know in the comment box. Do Like and share

PS: Don’t hunt me down for this. You know its true.

PS: Also Rahul is great at discussions and I had a lot with him. I miss those days


Top ten myths about introverts… :)

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Myth #1 – Introverts don’t like to talk.

This is not true. Introverts just don’t talk unless they have something to say. They hate small talk. Get an introvert talking about something they are interested in, and they won’t shut up for days.

Myth #2 – Introverts are shy.

Shyness has nothing to do with being an Introvert. Introverts are not necessarily afraid of people. What they need is a reason to interact. They don’t interact for the sake of interacting. If you want to talk to an Introvert, just start talking. Don’t worry about being polite.

Myth #3 – Introverts are rude.

Introverts often don’t see a reason for beating around the bush with social pleasantries. They want everyone to just be real and honest. Unfortunately, this is not acceptable in most settings, so Introverts can feel a lot of pressure to fit in, which they find exhausting.

Myth #4 – Introverts don’t like people.

On the contrary, Introverts intensely value the few friends they have. They can count their close friends on one hand. If you are lucky enough for an introvert to consider you a friend, you probably have a loyal ally for life. Once you have earned their respect as being a person of substance, you’re in.

Myth #5 – Introverts don’t like to go out in public.

Nonsense. Introverts just don’t like to go out in public FOR AS LONG. They also like to avoid the complications that are involved in public activities. They take in data and experiences very quickly, and as a result, don’t need to be there for long to “get it.” They’re ready to go home, recharge, and process it all. In fact, recharging is absolutely crucial for Introverts.

Myth #6 – Introverts always want to be alone.

Introverts are perfectly comfortable with their own thoughts. They think a lot. They daydream. They like to have problems to work on, puzzles to solve. But they can also get incredibly lonely if they don’t have anyone to share their discoveries with. They crave an authentic and sincere connection with ONE PERSON at a time.

Myth #7 – Introverts are weird.

Introverts are often individualists. They don’t follow the crowd. They’d prefer to be valued for their novel ways of living. They think for themselves and because of that, they often challenge the norm. They don’t make most decisions based on what is popular or trendy.

Myth #8 – Introverts are aloof nerds.

Introverts are people who primarily look inward, paying close attention to their thoughts and emotions. It’s not that they are incapable of paying attention to what is going on around them, it’s just that their inner world is much more stimulating and rewarding to them.

Myth #9 – Introverts don’t know how to relax and have fun.

Introverts typically relax at home or in nature, not in busy public places. Introverts are not thrill seekers and adrenaline junkies. If there is too much talking and noise going on, they shut down. Their brains are too sensitive to the neurotransmitter called Dopamine. Introverts and Extroverts have different dominant neuro-pathways. Just look it up.

Myth #10 – Introverts can fix themselves and become Extroverts.

Introverts cannot “fix themselves” and deserve respect for their natural temperament and contributions to the human race. In fact, one study (Silverman, 1986) showed that the percentage of Introverts increases with IQ.

This list was inspired by the book The Introvert Advantage: How to Thrive in an Extrovert World by Marti Laney.