Govt Bikram College organized ‘HOME COMING-2022’ for its alumnus
Kanwar Inder Singh/ royalpatiala.in
The Annual Alumni Meet ‘HOME COMING-2022’ was organized by Bikram Alumni Global Association Regd. (BAGA) at Govt. Bikram College of Commerce, Patiala under the guidance of College Principal Prof. (Dr.) Kusum Lata on 10th Dec, 2022. The event is to reconnect with the Alumni and celebrate their success and various achievements. It was an incredible ‘HOME COMING’ for Alumni coming from India and Abroad.
The program started with the Lamp Lighting ceremony by the governing body of Bikram Alumni Global Association followed by college Dhuni. President Mohinder Singh Mann (Retd. DGP) in his presidential address thanked the College Alumni Association for inviting the Alumni who get a chance to meet their old friends and relive their college days.
The College Principal welcomed the all the dignitaries and felt obliged to introduce our Alumnus Ray Gupta, an Alumnus of the college of batch 1971-74, presently President and CEO of SUNRAY Group of Hotels, Ontario. She thanked him for the becoming a part of this program by joining it live from Toronto (Canada). He has always been a helping hand to this college. She also thanked C.A. Rajiv Goyal (Vice President BAGA), Naresh Gupta and C.A. Anil Arora (Finance Secretary BAGA), Prof. Ram Kumar coordinated the program with a live link that telecasted the program live.
Govt Bikram College organized ‘HOME COMING-2022’ for its alumnus . General Secretary, Dr. Vaneeta Rani presented the College Annual Report. There were cultural performances by students. The meet saw the Alumni retracing their memory by taking a stroll around the campus. The Alumni Members introduced themselves and shared their journey of hard work and success.
The meet ‘HOME COMING-2022’ was made a success by presence of eminent dignitaries Harbans Lal (Patron), Dr. R.K. Sharma (Patron, Ex. Principal), Dr. Neelamjeet Kaur Deol (Retd. Principal) and Umesh Ghai (Legal Advisor). The program ended with smile and togetherness and showed that such meets were not only assemblage of old students but a wonderful coming together of people from different walks of life to reminisce the great memories that they spend with their friends in good old days. The program was attended by about 150 guests and all the members of teaching and non-teaching staff.