Down the Memory Lane with Dilip Ginodia

Down the Memory Lane with Dilip Ginodia

“A college degree is not a sign of a finished product but an indication a person is prepared for life.” These lines by Edward A. Malloy basically summarize the journey of any student surviving in an engineering college and hence it does mine too. My journey in Birla Institute of Technology Mesra, Ranchi has been…

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Down the Memory Lane with Tanya Sahu

Down the Memory Lane with Tanya Sahu

“Sometimes I’ll start a sentence, and I don’t even know where it’s going. I just hope I find it along the way.” I suppose what Michael said really justifies coming to this college. My journey in BIT Mesra was complete of lessons, experiences, ups and downs, and I guess, in the end, it was all worth it. Coming to…

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Down the Memory Lane with Shamil Khan

Down the Memory Lane with Shamil Khan

First day at college, not the usual first day, the very first day, the day of the counseling, you enter the campus of the college where you will spend the next four precious years of your life. You get that mixed feeling which is 40% excitement, 20% fear, 10%confusion and remaining is a feeling of…

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Down the Memory Lane with Anu Sonal

Down the Memory Lane with Anu Sonal

“WE DIDN’T KNOW WE WERE MAKING MEMORIES,WE WERE JUST HAVING FUN’’ Its often said that the only thing that remains intact after graduating from college is the countless memories made worth cherishing for the life ahead. If I have to sum up my journey in the last four years in BIT Mesra campus, it would…

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Down the Memory Lane with Ayush Khedia

Down the Memory Lane with Ayush Khedia

We talk about the journey only when we reach the destination. Hence, this! After my final (and also the first) presentation of college life, I didn’t have the option to go to RR and celebrate with my friends, 4 years of doing nothing, and still getting a bachelor’s degree. Indeed the class of 2020 is…

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Down the Memory Lane with Rahul Thakur

Down the Memory Lane with Rahul Thakur

I always believe in living every moment and always try to keep my thoughts, words, and actions non-different to each other.Being in BIT, I have cherished the beautiful and young phase of life with Entrepreneurship, Dramatics, Adventurous life with NCC Cadets and Army Officers, T&P workload, and unmatched taste of Spirituality to manage all things with full efficiency. Only a…

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