A whole tour of the campus along with a visit to the laboratories, both external and internal and gaining knowledge in many ways about water and its effects on human body.
It was a casual day of mine, 01/10/2020, I was having my usual morning jog around my neighborhood, and when I reached the RTO office near district sports academy, i casually asked my friend about the next building, as it looks well maintained and good looking building, at first I used to think it as a villa, but as my friend said it is the national institute of hydrology, it was some curiosity that made me and my friend to go inside and ask about the details of how to enter the building and what do we require in order to do so.
The watchman said we need to have a college pass, to enter into the campus and told us to come at 10:00 AM the same day and we went at 10:30 AM, only to know that the senior scientist was on leave that week, and hence our entry was denied, and we were told to come on the next Monday i.e. 05/10/2020.
Its Monday and we were walking as usual in the morning and at 9:15 AM, i suddenly remembered about the visit to NIH, and we went home to gather our passes and went to the campus by 11:00 AM, and the watchman was a different person this time and hence our story started from the beginning, and for the good thing the senior scientist, was present in the building, me and my friend Sandy, we both were very nervous as the fact was we were there with no practical work, or any important assignment, we were just curious about learning about the institute and its work for the mankind.
After the inspection we were called into the senior scientist office, it was a new experience meting the head of a department, we stepped in to his office. its a huge office, with a lot of paperwork all around the room, it is a miny library itself, and coming to the actual talking, me and my friend were very hesitant to say that we came with no actual purpose and just to see how everything works, he gave us a look of a detective, we remained silent.
After a ten second gap of silence, I was ready to speak, and before uttering a word there was a loud … … …
To be continued.
Author: Yuvaraj Rajarapu.