Last days at DCE....

The last one month has been quite eventful, or quite sweet and sour i would say. There was farewell, hostel nite, scribble day, a nice get together with some of my batchmates, major project hassles, final year practicals, exams, farewell by Deptt and finally the last formalities that finally detached us from our DCE. And yes, how can i forget to mention the very unique and interesting "moustache and bindi day" that marked the beginning of all the excitement!! This is how it all began.....

18th April, 2011
We(only the ECE students) were supposed to celebrate "Moustache and Bindi Day", a very different and interesting idea by one of my classmates. All the boys were supposed to grow a moustache while the girls were supposed to wear bindis. For the girls, it wasn't much of a problem. We could easily carry the bindis in our bags and wear/remove them at appropriate times. However, for boys, it was a different case. They couldn't wear/remove their moustache(until and unless it was a fake one) but had to kind of live with it for the day. I was quite doubtful about seeing the guys' participation as apart from 3-4 people, none of them had ever grown a proper moustache. Surprisingly, most of them turned up with it!! Offcourse they looked quite funny. However, it was really nice to see how everybody came together to successfully implement a funny idea, girls with bindis and boys with moustache!! Cheers to ECE students!!

30th April, 2011
It was the combined farewell day. Dresscode: Saree for girls and indian/western formals for boys. It was an evening event and i was pretty excited about it. Seriously, the girls looked elegant and beautiful. Most of them carried their sarees with swagger. The boys weren't far behind. They looked smart and dapper in their formal suits. Once again all of my classmates and batchmates came together to make the event a memorable one. There were camera flashes all around as if no one wanted to leave a single moment uncaptured. Hostelers were given appropriate tags like "bandit queen", "copy cat", "meethi churi", etc. Dinner was organised by the juniors and the college authorities. The celebrations continued throughout the night....

To be Continued.....

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