Time really files.
All of a sudden, it has been 5 weeks since i started my industrial orientation. I must say, my boss is really a very nice person; he will go around the office greeting people, "Hi, how are you ?" or just simple, "Good morning!" He demands high standard from us but this is not without allowance for mistakes. We are all humans after all, no one is perfect. So, whether somebody made a mistake, he will point out the mistake and try to solve it. Of course, there are times when he got slightly angry; this is very very very rare.
He respects his workers and of course, this earned my respect for him. I remembered when i first met him for the interview. He told me that by having me in the company is actually a service back to the society, for students like me to experience the real working environment. Indeed, the company can still carry on their operation without me and the rest can just heck care me. But they didn't.
The others offered help when i needed them, guidance was given to me now and then. I must say, i have learnt quite a bit from them. Except the part about going home later than 5.30pm.
I mentioned before, the office will be filled with people before 8.30am everyday. Other than me and the secretary, the rest will be working at their desk when i reached. And then, when it was time to knock off at 5.30pm, the secretary was the first to leave, followed by me. I wonder what time will they stay until to. Very no life leh...
I wonder if i will become like that in the near future. Haiz, one more year to graduate, i am looking forward to it but at the same time, i really hope that it will come slowly...
Now, as the new sem approaches, there are many things to ensure.
1. I didn't get my choices from the first round of fyp. But, i have re-send another 3 choices for Dr Chiew to process. Hopefully, i will be able to get what i want then.
2. My schedules for next sem have been settled, hopefully i can get what i want.
3. I still don't have a hall at this point of time. SAO is screwed up !!