Teachers and professors have for long tried to crack the answer to this question – How do we grasp the attention of our students? A professor, who goes by the name Kurian Sir, from Mar Athanasius College of Engineering found the answer.
As students, we’ve always hated studying for and writing exams, especially when it comes to engineering-related subjects. The amount of ‘supplis’ that students have to write each year is shocking. Firstly, it involves mugging up a lot of things that won’t be of use in your life. Secondly, you need to mug up chapters and chapters of content. Yes, I said content. But, this professor wanted his students to enjoy writing exams. So he designed the question paper as such that his students would think, laugh, and enjoy while answering them.
How did Kurian Sir do it? Well, Minnal Murali came to his rescue. We’re not joking! Read on.
For the Mechanics of Fluid exam paper, the professor used Minnal Murali references to create questions. One look at it and you’d wonder if this is actually a question paper or a prank. The Minnal Murali Mechanics of Fluid paper was so spot-on that his students were amazed by it.
What a brilliant way to garner the attention of people using pop culture references! Have a look at the question paper below:
Mar Athanasius College of Engineering, you did good. Or should we say Kurian sir, pwolichu tto!