An eye in the outfield unlocked
XYZ, February 10: They say the grass is always greener on the other side, but after almost two years, a prolonged closure, when our college reopened and we dropped our feet on the college playground, it seemed that the entire field is of the same deep-green all up to the corners. The initiative to reopen the offline educational gates has begotten many a good chance for us to start all over again.
With a list full of guidelines on what to do and what not, were we welcomed to college. By the grace of God, there was no restriction on playing on the ground. The ground had completely changed itself during the isolation period, from an average of half an inch of grass to about an average of one and a half feet in height. The ground, here and there, is down in the mud and needs treatment to be back to the square.