Till they meet again

Till they meet again

Farewell ceremony

A farewell party was arranged for the Surana Evening College and Surana Institute of Fashion Technology students, recently.

Colourful events like a fashion show was put up by the fashion technology students. The evening college students presented dances and games for the outgoing students. The event was one which brought together many memories. Lovely costumes designed by the students were showcased with lively music tracks and the audience was captivated. The students also displayed suitable jewellery that could be worn with the costumes. 

The students were really excited about the celebration and wanted to make the event special in their own way. This was the first batch of evening college students graduating and the students also came on stage to share their experiences. Meghana S, a BCom second-year student from the evening college, said, “We brought the programme together and it was fun. It was also a touching moment and a landmark event, since this was the first farewell ceremony held for the evening college students.” 

She added that she would miss the senior batch a lot. “We all used to hang out and bunk classes together, and we have a lot of memorable moments,” she said.Appreciating the programme that the juniors put together, Imran M, a third-year student with the evening college said, “I’m feeling low as college life is over and I will be stepping out into the real world. We, students, were like rough stones and we’ve been polished into gems, with the proper training by the college.” Imran also pointed out that the programme was remarkable and the hard work and efforts could be clearly seen.

All students were appreciative about the support that they got from their teachers and staff. The junior students of the college also gifted mementoes to each of their outgoing seniors. The students, who took part in the events, were also excited about the opportunity they received. Devika, a student of the fashion technology diploma course, said that it was thrilling to walk the ramp and it boosted her confidence. “I’m married and have two kids. When I joined the course, I got a chance to work on the garments and walk the ramp with them and it was a fulfilling experience,” she said. She wore an anarkali with a lehenga and said that she was well appreciated for her creation.

Deeksha Jain, another student, wore a ghaghra with a traditional coat. “We designed the garments ourselves and it was an exciting experience. It took us about a week to get ready for the show and it was a great platform to display one’s talent,” said Deeksha. She also said that now she can design her own clothes now and the course has upped her creativity a lot. “It was a memorable experience, since I made a lot of friends here. I’m nervous but I’m hopeful about the future,” she said.