Private university students learning how to say ‘Sohomot Bhai’
Just when the students of private universities were thinking they had studied enough courses to be a "corporate frontrunner", their universities introduced a new course, Introduction to Party-ing, to ensure that students could contribute to the holy politics of Chapasthan.
The course was added to their current curriculum so that their students wouldn't lag behind in saying "Sohomot Bhai", Chapasthan's most common phrase, which denotes blind agreement with a local or international influential.
"After conducting a survey, we found that 50 percent of our students fail to grab opportunities just because they aren't used to saying 'Sohomot Bhai'. However, we believe our new addition, Introduction to Party-ing, will help them say 'Sohomot Bhai' more and more and eventually contribute to the growth of GDP," Politicalauddin, the VC of Money Making University, clarified their new plan.
Other university clubs ran out of members and became useless as the wave of newcomers hit the political booth.
After universities introduced the new course, a group of students wasted no time in introducing their new committee. Other university clubs ran out of members and became useless as the wave of newcomers hit the political booth where registration was going on and a written manual was being handed out on how to say or write "Sohomot Bhai" properly.
"Look, you can never be a political idol unless you say and write 'Sohomot Bhai' properly," Pathokbhai, a political idol, said while recruiting new students for his political group.
While observing the current ambience of the universities, students were seen practising saying "Sohomot Bhai" loudly. A student said to another, "What should I write if I want to say the word in English?"
The student said, "Just say and write it in Bangla. Because, 'Sohomot Bhai' is more fascinating and appealing to political leaders than any other word."
"But, if I don't agree with the leader, what should I say?"
"You still need to say 'Sohomot Bhai'," the student replied.
"Great. Now put your helmet on."