I reached the campus of
. It took me some
fifteen minutes to reach there. This time I felt nervous. My feet seemed not to
have touched the ground. The large building, though I saw it before, appeared
new to me. Dhaka Commerce
The building, its majestic structure, and the large campus occupied a new place in my mind. I found myself in a new world. I saw some boys in front of a board. I went there and saw our class routine. I took the routine.
The bell rang. It was 10 a.m. According to routine I entered a room numbered four. It was very spacious. Some students were already seated there. I sat down on the second bench of the second row.
After a few moments a smart gentleman entered. We all stood up and honoured him. He with a happy smile told us to be seated. He was the professor of English.
When we sat down, he called over the role. He advised us to be punctual and regular, to be obedient to teachers, to be sympathetic and to be friendly with our classmates. The bell duly rang. The teacher left the class.
We went out. The second period was off-period. So I with one of my new classmates walked round the different blocks of the college building.
I went to the student’s common room. I saw there some students playing at table tennis, some at carom board, some sitting on the chairs and reading newspapers.
Then I went to the college library. The library was furnished with many shelves full of books. The bell rang. I entered the classroom. It was our accounting class. The class was also interesting to me.
The class being over, I left the college. I returned home with a joyous mind. I concluded that liberty or freedom must not be misused at all. Thus my first day at college ended happily.