New Delhi: Those who were watered like saplings, today they have started giving shade. Maharaja Agrasen campus was today feeling the footsteps of its old students who were once watered here as saplings and today they have started giving fruits and shade in the form of a tree. Alumni of Maharaja Agrasen Institute of Management Studies(MAIMS) attended the 'Alumni Meet' 'Reminisce 2.0 today. Farewell was also given to the final year students on this occasion.
The function started with the lighting of the lamp by the guests.Addressing the students, Sh. Mohan Garg, Joint General Secretary,MATES gave a message to all to reach the top but should stay connected to their roots. Sh. Jagdish Mittal, Vice Chairman, MATES, in his address gave blessings and best wishes to the students for their future life and endeavours. Prof. (Dr.) Rajni Malhotra Dhingra, Director, MAIMS gave a heart warming welcome address.
Various cultural programs mesmorised the audience. Mr. and Ms. Farewell competition was organized for the final year students, in which the winners were selected on the basis of personal presentation and talent of the contestants. Deepali Channa and Himanshu Chaudhary of BA(JMC) were crowned Ms. Farewell and Mr. Farewell 2023.
Alumni were also honored on the occasion with mementos. All the students cherished the memorable moments of meeting their teachers and classmates. In the program Sh. Jagdish Mittal, Vice President, MATES, Sh. Mohan Garg, Joint General Secretary, MATES, Sh. Rajanish Gupta, Secretary, MATES, Sh. Atul Singhal marked their benign presence.