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The farewell party "Ruksati-2k24" hoisted at YCET
5/17/2024 9:44:41 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, May 17: The farewell party "Ruksati-2k24" for the Batch of 2020-24 at Yogananda College of Engineering and Technology (YCET) was a vibrant and memorable event, marking the end of the academic journey for the 8th semester students. The hall was beautifully decorated, creating a festive and colorful atmosphere that set the tone for the celebrations.
The event was filled with various engaging activities and highlighted the cherished memories of the students' four years at YCET. One of the most touching moments was a video presentation that compiled memorable moments and experiences from the students' time at the college. This video served as a nostalgic reminder of their journey and the bonds they formed along the way.
The farewell bash included a series of fun events such as Pictionary, musical chairs, and tongue twisters, which brought laughter and excitement to the attendees. The winners of these fun activities were honored by the event coordinators, Er. Shivam Sharma and Rohit Gupta, adding a competitive yet joyful spirit to the occasion.
A significant highlight of "Ruksati-2k24" was the Ms. YCET and Mr. YCET contest. This competition allowed the outgoing students to showcase their talents, poise, and confidence as they walked the ramp, participated in a talent show, and faced a Q&A round. M/s Parmeet Kour and Priyanshu Sharma were crowned Ms. and Mr. YCET respectively, and were felicitated by Er. Vidhi S. Singh Jamwal (Chairman, JGEI) and Er. Renu Bangroo (Managing Director, JGEI).
The event also included a formal segment where the students were presented with mementos by distinguished guests and faculty members. These included Er. Vidhi S. Singh Jamwal, Er. Renu Bangroo, Er. Dinesh Gupta (Dean Academics, YCET), Er. B.R. Verma (Chief Coordinator, YCET), and the respective Heads of Departments. This gesture was a token of appreciation and a reminder of their time at YCET.
Following the formalities, faculty members from all departments took the podium to share their best wishes for the students' future endeavors, assuring them of continued support throughout their lives. Their heartfelt messages added an emotional touch to the farewell, emphasizing the strong bond between the students and their teachers.
The evening concluded with a feast and a DJ session, where students danced to their favorite songs, making the day even more memorable. The farewell party was organized by YCET faculty members and expertly carried out by the junior batch students, ensuring a smooth and enjoyable event for all attendees.
The faculty members organized a lot of entertaining events. Among them, Er. Ankita Singh and Er. Anikait Gupta organized the tongue twister; Er. Inderdeep Sing and Mr. Rohit Gupta organized the musical chair; and Er. Shivam Sharma organized the Pictionary. Mr. & Miss YCET was the day's centerpiece expertly orchestrated by Er. Rajnish Magotra and Er. Vasundra Wazir. Er. Manjula Sharma handled overall coordination for the event
Jamwal Group of Educational Institutions (JGEI), under the leadership of Chairman Er. Vidhi S. Singh Jamwal, Vice-Chairman Sh. Shiv Dev Singh Jamwal, Managing Director Er. Renu Bangroo, Director Dr. Mukesh Kumar Rana, Dean Academics Er. Dinesh Gupta, and Chief Coordinator Er. B.R. Verma, extended their best wishes to the students for their future endeavors. The farewell party "Ruksati-2k24" was a testament to the strong community spirit at YCET and the enduring relationships formed during the students' time at the College.
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