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  • Golu .
    Mechanical Engineering
    Shubham Goyal
    Mechanical Engineering

    For the initial couple of semesters I always thought of you as an overenthusiastic kid trying to build his PR until the last couple of semesters when I realized how much you care for your hobbies; this deserves a lot of respect because I know I lost some of mine. Although we hadn’t had a perfect start to our friendship, but now even after a year of my graduation, I guess you are the only one whom I can shamelessly bother at any time of the day with all kinds of stuff. It was for your selfless nature that we’ve made so far, and to this point, I know I have a friend for life. We will make sure we implement our early retirement plan. Phew, it felt so weird writing all these stuff for you, but chal koi na, you deserved some of it :P Chal bye!

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    Mechanical Engineering
    Allen Bose
    Aerospace Engineering

    Aren’t you a perfect example of ‘good-boi’? I loved to hear about your boarding school stories and not-so-secret crush’s story. You were a difficult person to judge, but I believe you always had your priorities sorted - watching football and playing computer games topping the list :P I have always admired how you always struggled in understanding and speaking Hindi. I wish you a life with a lot of nonveg food (especially beef), a mallu girl of your dream and all the love and luck! Stay connected, always!

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    Mechanical Engineering
    Khidir Usama Abdul Karim
    Chemical Engineering

    Even if we meet/talk after a long interval, I feel the same warmth in our friendship. And these are the best kind of friendships. Although I hate your love for Anime, I always love to discuss TV shows and books with you. I love playing mind games with you because I know I have an upper hand - ‘emotional blackmail’ ;) and you somehow always get trapped into it. I love to tease you with my silly jokes, and will continue doing so! I will always find reasons to bother you every now and then, and I wish you do the same. Cheers to our everlasting journey of friendship ahead. Love you *fire emoji*

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    Mechanical Engineering
    Harshit Handa
    Chemical Engineering

    I still remember your CTM interview how you've shocked all of us. I always respected your dedication and the sense of belongingness you had for SARC. I am aware that you went through many hardships, but that’s the initial step towards the journey of an OC. With that comes a lot of memories, lifelong friendships, and whatnot. At the end of the tenure, everything seems worth it and you could never get over it. Please bachcho ko achi si treat dede fir Dubai jaakar tu to hum sabko bhul hi jayega :-( Love you loads kiddo, stay in touch. <3

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    Mechanical Engineering
    Aayushi Baheti
    Chemical Engineering

    How can any person be so candid as well as caring! I have always admired the way you manage to be childish and mature at the same time. We have millions of memories together - from gossiping to tear-shedding and ending up having Chinese food at 5Spice. I love how you share things with me and when it comes to it, transparently make me realize my mistakes. I know I can always count on you whenever I need strong emotional support. Thanks for being there with me and you know I am always here for you, as a friend, a mentor, and a partner in crime. Loads of love <3

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    Mechanical Engineering
    Aayush Sharma
    Chemical Engineering

    On top of my mind, the first thing which comes to my mind is a memory of my CTM year, and 5-6 of us sitting in front of H3 sharing all kinds of gossip. There started the first brick towards an effort to bring team HDA closer. And looking at you the very next year putting even more efforts in putting that together made me even more proud :D I have always believed in you and you never failed to prove yourself. Although we had some conflict of interests, but that’s what made me respect you that you’ve always viewed everything with a fresh perspective. I know that we’ll always be connected, no matter what <3

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    Mechanical Engineering
    Ayush Ankit Singh
    Chemical Engineering

    Pandaaaa, In addition to your sleeping talent (:P), I have never seen a person more hardworking than you. There were times when you put the whole team together, and I can never thank you enough for that. How can anyone not love you man! You are one of the most clean-hearted and selfless people I’ve ever met. I love to irritate you, and even the worst of your moods is better than the best behaviours of normal people. I would always love to explore ‘vegetarian’ food with you ;-) and I will make sure we never lose touch. Lovee youuu ;-*

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    Mechanical Engineering
    Sigireddi Yamuna Devi
    Civil Engineering

    Yammuuuuuuuu ;* I have been through all of your moods - The most memorable would be the first-time drunk and crying one! Your way of caring, bringing food for a hungover Golu; smiling innocently (really?) immediately after crying bring out the best person in you. We had some of the best gossips, late-night strolls, and hair straightening plus ASMP senti session in my room. Out of all other things, our midnight craving for waffles will always top the list. Stay the same jhalli and fun-loving person always.

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    Mechanical Engineering
    Abhilash Wankar
    Mechanical Engineering

    I still think of a scenario where I had not called you a couple of minutes before the cake-cutting. Had it been the case, I would have lost a jewel. Although with your not-so-vocal personality we do not have a hell lot of memories, your constant expression and limited dialogues are some of my favorites. Always keep in touch :)

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    Mechanical Engineering
    Mahale Chaitanya Rahul
    Mechanical Engineering

    Reminiscing our memories, hmm.. Where to begin? I have seen you change so much throughout the tenure, and we’ve been through all kinds of emotional drama :P You stopping by H2/158 between/after your classes, and us having all kinds of discussions, damn I miss those times. You always accused me of raising your EQ, but trust me, that always helps in bringing people closer; and I am the one person who suffered a lot due to your handing-emotions issues :P but it takes one to know one, right? I always loved to tease people, and thank you for giving me all those opportunities with your obsession over ‘red-long-pointed’ umbrella ;-) I can go on and on, but I’ll just end with this - my final year wouldn’t have been this memorable without you <3

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    Mechanical Engineering
    Mufaddal Bhanpurawala
    Mechanical Engineering

    Intarected less? Nah, maybe? I don’t know! You were the person always half/full asleep in the meetings and fidgeting the rest of the times when you were awake. But, I would never know how your mind always thought so differently. I remember all those discussion-cum-arguments we had 15 to 1 and how they concluded. It was one hell of an experience. I wish your brilliant mind all the success in the world. Keep in touch :)

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    Mechanical Engineering
    Gaurav Raj Singh
    Mechanical Engineering

    Hello, Mr. gym freak and Mr. ladies’ man! You remember the day of convocation when we went to Jugheads with one of our alumni? What a pathetic day it was man! And your career and love-life discussion in VMCC? And your love for Beer? And how can I forget the lap dance in H15 during summers :P You are probably the only person who tries to creep ME out and succeeded ;) Haha, wish you luck and stay connected, bro <3

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    Mechanical Engineering
    Kapil Shobhnani
    Mechanical Engineering

    Wo din bhi kya din the <3 After Nandu, with you I have the best memories of random midnight strolls and dinners at H2 canteen. You always used to say that I withheld you, but here’s something I want to share - Whenever I felt low, you made me happy; whenever I was angry at something, you happily heard my tantrums (you know about what); and whenever I had self-doubt, you made me trust myself. Although you were a cry baby, I myself was a child when it came to certain things. You somehow always knew what bothered me and how to make me feel better. Thank you for sticking with me and being there for me always <3

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    Mechanical Engineering
    Siddharth Mehta
    Metallurgical Engineering & Materials Science

    Hiyo, Nemo! Silent-killer or silent-carer? I think both! You kill people with your words and care for them through your actions. I know how you withstand people with patience and simultaneously planning their murders in your head. Jokes apart, you are one of the most talented and clean-hearted persons I’ve ever met. Somehow you know what you love doing, and you always take time out for those activities. I have literally learned a lot from you and had it not been for SARC, I would have lost a gem of a person. I still think I haven’t understood you completely, and we have a long way to go in our friendship. I promise to be your ‘rain’ whenever you feel low. I love you 3000.

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    Mechanical Engineering
    Naman Jain
    Chemical Engineering

    Summers… Ahem! Your way of expressing things, and trying to convince everyone with your logical (dumbass) thoughts, and just trying to stretch the duration of the meeting. I still remember the way you’ve handled reunions, finding time out and working for your intern; showed a high level of dedication as well as enthusiasm. You were always curious, not regarding your work, but regarding your behavior and what can you do differently. I have an advice for you - just be original and stay the same. I know you will the first one amongst us to get married, so I wish you find a girl soon (warna ghar wale to hain hi :P). Also, please teach me the talent of being 100% confident over even the vaguest things. Okay, i’m out of words, so bye! :P

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    Mechanical Engineering
    Harsh Vazirani
    Mechanical Engineering

    I always see you as a person with the most rational thought process. Your insti life was quite a roller coaster ride, and I feel proud as well as lucky to be a part of it. You always said that you won’t be missing insti after graduating, but see, the toughest journeys are sometimes the most memorable ones. Wishing you all the love and happiness, brother. I will always keep bothering you with my social outgoingness. Love you loads :P