A large number of alumni from the Geetanjali Institute of Technical Studies relived their memories of yesteryears and recalled their days in the institute in the Alumni Meet organized at the college campus. It was an evening of nostalgia, celebration, and exuberance among the alumni on visiting their alma mater.
More than 160 Alumni from across the nation attended the meet and gave their valuable feedback and suggestions for the betterment of the Institute and Alumni Association.
The chief dignitaries from the Geetanjali Group, Mrs. Kanika Agarwal, Director, graced the event with her presence.
The programme commenced with Registration at 4.00 pm followed by a campus visit for the Alumni. The ceremonial evening started with the lamp lighting ceremony and the performance of the college band. In the introductory speech, Dr. Vikas Misra, Director – GITS welcomed the Alumni by saying that GITS wanted them to feel a part of the college and nurture a bond that remains even after they leave the Institute. He spoke about the changes that have taken place and demonstrated the growth trajectory of GITS over the years. He also touched upon the various heights the former students of the institute have risen to ignite a sense of pride in the Alumni.
Dr. PK Jain, Director –MBA, said that the Alumni are the brand ambassadors of the institution and participating in Alumni meets is a way of connecting their successes with what the college has provided them. In the age of social networking, strong and positive relationships with their alumni can benefit everyone socially, academically and professionally.
The thrilling and electrifying celebration and interactive session by emcee RJ Ankit melded with music and dance performances made it a memorable evening for all. A few notable Alumni also shared their success stories with the audience.
The Vote of Thanks was delivered by Mr. Arvind Pemawat, Head- Alumni Relations.
After group photographs and a sumptuous dinner, the Alumni and hosts danced late into the night to the beats of DJ GTANSH and Pradhumn.