When the ISC Forum got excited…..IndiaStudyChannel completed its journey of 12 years in this web world and celebrated its 13th birthday on 1st July i.e., yesterday. I was more excited. The reason was more simple and the announcement of this - A thread a day contest where the participant has to post a thread of his choice daily for 15 days from 1st to 15th by accepting the challenge. For me, it is like a sporting event mood for an organizer who is tensed about the arrangement, the number of invitees and participants, and how things would go.
True, I am the most Favourite and vibrant section of the ISC where members would actively participate in the discussions, raise their queries, get their problems resolved and express their resentments and dissents about the happenings around and in ISC as well. Yes, I am a genuine platform for them to be their voice. There would be heated arguments, a sarcastic and jovial atmosphere too resembling the proceedings in a parliament and at the end of the day things would be normal and all are friends. I am proud to say that I would be the symbol of India's social fabric – 'Unity in diversity' as all the members from different regions of this country would peep in and participate or just glance what is happening in the Forum. Everyone was worried about my fate when the WM stated that ISC is going to be converted into a complete dedicated Educational portal and wanted to continue my existence even after that too, of course, that is the power and my strength, at the outset everyone's love and affection towards me!
Coming back to the exciting story of mine. I was eagerly looking to the respondents in announcement thread where there were 20 challengers posting 20 different shades of threads on the first day. Happy that the game kick-started well with 20 participants including four Editors. This game is on for another 14 days and a little disappointed about some regular contestants missing in participation. So, you can have 20 good threads every day for another two weeks and don't think I am cherishing my past glory.
Because I am always 'glorious' and the 'vibrant' ISC Forum!