Indian Postal Department to become 0.000000002 Sigma Organization by 2135
An aspiring engineer Balaram Tudu, who managed to score 83rd rank in IIT (Indian Institute of Technology) JEE is yet to smell the classroom of the premier institution. Thanks to Indian Postal Department for their siestas, pass-the-buck tournaments and importantly stories for non-delivery that will make a few famous movie makers shy.
This malfunctioning Department should be shut for a few months and sent to work in Bombay Dubbawala’s team to learn the basics of timely delivery.
This year monsoon had ruined many roads in Bombay, the municipal commissioner Johnny Joseph, yet another interesting public servent, was brought directly under the media lenses and exposed to a set of serious questions that eventually made him commit a few immediate action plans. Till the D-Day, the media was right behind him to ensure at least some part of the jobs were done – I wondered who was paying the news channel crew and the cameraman’ salary!
Nevertheless, Media folks were playing Houdini and ensured a few promises by the government official were met. I hope, the same team takes a stance and drag the head-honcho of postal department by his collar, make him apologize in public for the mess-up and get him commit a workaround to handle Balaram’s plight.
I know a little about IIT Alumni and faculty, Balaram securing his seat is not an impossible situation, I hope he manages to get the desreved entry.
The sad part is, the blunder committed by the postal department will get dissolved in a few days and the idiots will continue their lives as though nothing had happened. A friend of mine had said, to work with a few government departments in India one should not tap their shoulders to get the attention, sledge-hammer is the only way out – It’s so damn appropriate.
I really hope IIT Alumni and faculty unite together and ensure Balaram gets into the Campus and attends classes for this semester.