A day to cherish all their lives

A day to cherish all  their lives

The farewell party organised by the students of Seshadripuram Institute of Management Studies for the outgoing batch was an interactive and fun-filled event. Unlike most farewells, which are formal, the students of this college involved the graduating tudents to make them feel special.

From games to cultural programmes, the session had all the ingredients for a feast. Raghuram, a student, informs that while the morning session was formal, the evening session had its light moments. The seniors undoubtedly had a great time at the function.

“During the morning session, there was a welcome address and lunch arranged for the seniors. This was followed by an array of cultural activities and different types of games involving the seniors. We put in a special effort to making the farewell a memorable one
for the seniors as this was their last day in college.

They were seen dancing and enjoying the programmes. We were glad that they had fun and hope that they remember us,” he says. This was not all, the first-year students and the graduating batch then went on a trip. “We went to the outskirts of the City. We sang and danced in the bus. It was a memorable trip,” adds Raghuram.

The final-year students were equally involved in the entire session. While some participated in the games, others took part in the cultural programme. “The farewell turned out to be a huge hit with the seniors. Some of them also presented a dance programme. We had organised a few games and the participation level in these games was very high. Almost all of them tried their hands in some of the games,” says Deepak Sharma, a student. The final-year students were touched by the efforts of their juniors.

   Nikhil, a student, informs that a special picture presentation was made for the
graduating batch. “We collated some pictures of their trips, cultural functions, industrial tours and made a nice presentation. It was very touching. Fun games like the bun-eating competition saw good participation from the juniors,” he notes. Clearly, the students also had a great time organising it.

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