The Dating Games: Freshers’ Night

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8 Responses

  1. Ashish Pai says:

    You have a flair for making these incidents look glamorous and larger-than-life. MICA seems to have a pretty vibrant student culture. Wish you the best, keep writing 🙂

  2. Manpreet Kaur Mann says:

    Hello, Ritu!
    I’m a MICA aspirant and I’ve been following MICA closely but this came as a surprise to me and the way you’ve written it makes it even better. Great writing! 🙂

    • Ritu Jhajharia says:

      Hello Manpreet,
      Thank you so much for reading and liking the blog. Hope your MICA preparations are going on very well.
      Keep reading.

      All the very best 🙂

  3. Akanksha says:

    Hey Ritu,
    I enjoy your writing so much. It ‘s great to know MICA so closely. I am not shortlisted for MICA ‘s GE/PI this year but your posts keep my hopes up.
    Thank you 🙂
    Keep up the good work!

    • Ritu Jhajharia says:

      Hi Akanksha,

      Thank you so much dear for writing. I’m glad that you didn’t lose hope and are already geared up to take it head on again. That’s the spirit. Keep it up girl and I’m sure you’ll make it for sure in future. Keep reading and writing. 🙂

  4. Ritwik Raje says:

    Leaving for MICA tonight for the batch of 18-20 and damn something crazy awaits me at the village of shela
    thanks for forewarning us.

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