|I was a rowdy says P Chidambaram|
|August 30, 2010 11.30 AM|
“My friends and I were a rowdy bunch from the MCC High School ready to enter college for our Pre-University Course (PUC),” said the Home Minister and former Loyolite P. Chidambaram while delivering the inaugural address at the Loyola World Alumni Congress at the Loyola College in Chennai.
Loyola was on his priority list because the train ride to the Madras Christian College at Tambaram was too long, admitted Union Home Minister P Chidambaram.
“Though the school headmaster said he had given us recommendations
to enter MCC, we were reluctant because of the long journey.” Admission
in to the college proved simple after he met the then principal
Fr Lawrence Sundaram, “No queues, no rush, no questions; he just
took one look at me and admitted me. I regret having been here for
only nine months” said P. Chidambaram.
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