A moment to cherish

A moment to cherish


A moment to cherish

Hats off: The graduating batch.

The students of Dayanand Sagar Institutions, Kumaraswamy Layout, celebrated their graduation day recently.

Titled ‘DSI Graduation Day 2010’, the event was a memorable one for the 2000 odd graduates from a dozen disciplines who passed out.

The graduating men were dressed in white shirts, dark trousers and matching ties while most girls came in saris. Having successfully crossed an important milestone in their lives, a sense of pride reflected on every student’s face.

With most of them having been employed in different companies across the country, the function provided them an opportunity to reunite with their college friends.

The students exchanged greetings and shared their experiences of working with their old buddies. They were eager to know about the happenings in their friends’ lives and how their careers were taking shape.

The function commenced with a march, where students wearing graduation gowns and caps and led by the Military Band, marched through the campus. Colourful balloons and several pigeons were released to mark the start of the event.

Sudhir Kant, COO of Avesthagen, was the chief guest for the function who also delivered the key note address. D Premachandra Sagar, Vice Chairman of DSI, gave away the graduation certificates and gold medals to the rank holders.

Each student was keen on getting his or her photo clicked while receiving the certificate on stage to treasure the great moment forever.

 “Those four wonderful years spent on this campus were unforgettable. I miss my college very much, especially the Computer Science Department, which is the best in the college. Today, I met my classmates once again, and it was so interesting to hear their experiences post their employment. I am so happy that I am speechless,” said Chandrika, one of the graduating students, who is now working with Infosys.

Nupoor, the topper from the Computer Science section, didn’t forget to thank her faculty members on the happiest day of her life.

“Though I came from Gujarat, I never felt away from home. My classmates were friendly and our teachers were extremely caring. It is because of them that I have reached this position,” felt Nupoor, who is now working in SAP Labs. 

The event filled the hearts of the graduating students with unparalleled happiness and left the parents, who witnessed their children receiving medals, in seventh heaven.

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