This semester there had been a change in the duration of classes( previously it was 55 minutes and now it is 60 min) and so it is quite tedious. And I believe our lunch break and coffee breaks which are for 20 min and 15 min respectively are too short to refresh oneself. Assignments are usually last minute rushes however am amazed at my peers' works. There is always enough time to study before examinations so no need to worry if one have missed most of the classes or have plenty to mug up before the semester exam. Most of the well experienced senior teachers' classes are worth attending (even if it means waking up at 7.00 on a cold winter morning).However some of the guest lecturers are quite a bore and its better to sleep through the whole lecture. Miranda House has a lot to offer in the overall development of an individual.The groups and societies of the college provides a space for one to renew their passion in art,music,dance and so on. The campus does not lack its own share of festivities and in february we have the annual college fest "tempest" followed by the fests of each of the departments. The annual fest tempest is the much awaited fest in the whole of north campus. Usually it is a three day long affair and the final day is the day where we have the music concert flanked by well known artists of the country.Life at Miranda house is an experience worth taking.