Farewell to priceless moments

Farewell to priceless moments

Bidding Adieu

The outgoing second PUC students of Baldwin Women’s Methodist College were given a memorable farewell by the college.

Talented : The students of second PUC presenting a song.

The students remembered the moments spent on the campus and thanked the teachers who have helped them shape their academic career.

The event began with a prayer song by Shirly Rajkumar from the department of English. The college choir dedicated a special song to bid adieu to the students. The outgoing students too presented a thanksgiving song. Saji  Philip, a production engineer with a multi-national company who was the chief guest for the occasion, narrated many stories to the students and advised them to utilise the opportunities that come their way.

He also distributed prizes to meritorious students.

Romana Tazeen, an award-winning student from the Science section, recollected what she had learnt in the last two years. “I enjoyed a good rapport with all my lecturers. I joined this college with many dreams and I am leaving this place after a fulfilling experience,” said Romana. She also described the unique qualities of each of her teachers and imitated their style of teaching.

Shaila John Wesley, Manager and Lydia Samuel, Principal, Baldwin Women’s Methodist College wished students and distributed prizes. Mariam Alav Haneef from the Commerce section was all praises for the college and staff. “I will miss this college very much. I am carrying a lot of memories with me. Wherever I am, there will always be a place for this college in my heart. I am proud to be a part of this institution,” said Marium.

Nissi Thapa from the Arts section thanked the college for helping her emerge as an all-rounder. “I was not only being trained in academics but received excellent guidance in all my extra-curricular activities. The encouragement from my teacher and friends motivated me to show my skills in both academics and extra-curricular activities,” Nissi said.