Every beginning has an end and every end is a new beginning the same aspect applies to my college life too. College life is one of the best days of every individual’s life. I have written several articles on crime, politics, law and many other issues and have gained vital experience in journalism. I am also a college student pursuing my Third year of Bachelor of Mass Media. Soon I will complete my graduation but I will always cherish the memories of my college days.
Soon I will cease to be a college student hence I want to share memories which I spent with my class mates. I am a student of Thakur College of Science and Commerce and want to thank my professor. Whatever I am today is due to their efforts and blessings.
I recollect the first day of my college. While entering in the classroom I noticed too many new faces which frightened me as most of the students knew each other and I was yet to get introduced to them. After completing three years I know each and every student of the BMM course. I am sure that most of the students might have had the same experience when they entered the class for the first time.
During my college days, we bonded with senior and juniors students and it is difficult to bid adieu to them. How I can forget the time spent in class—the lectures, the exams and study groups. The separation has not been easy for me.
I and my classmates laughed, we cried, leaped have fallen down. We have felt the thrill of victory and the agony of defeat and now it’s coming to an end. Time needs to stand still so that I can continue having fun in my class. I had enjoyed every moment of my college days.
When I was in my first year my seniors used to ask us to organize a farewell for them. I began wondering why should I offer a farewell to my seniors whom I don’t know? Juniors too might be having the same opinion. However, our class used to start working for giving seniors a good farewell.
Even my juniors too had planned something unique for our farewell. Juniors adopted a unique strategy to invite us which really impressed me. The strength of TYBMM is more than 100 students. Juniors personally invited every student by mentioning their name in the greeting cards which is a rare incident in the history of the BMM department. I am grateful to my juniors for coming up with an innovative idea.
A farewell is organized for us on 22nd February. It will be an emotional day for us because we have spent three years in college together. All of sudden we have to bid adieu to everyone which will be an emotional moment for all of us. The whistle has blown, the game is over, it’s time to go home. I would like to dedicate this article to my classmates and my professor. I will miss my friends and the good moments spent with them.