This post comes a little late, but then, better late than never 🙂 Four years at CEG have flown by and I am finally an engineer! 😛 It has been a memorable time, and I’d give anything to have one more year there! [ Which is really ironic considering the number of times I have wished during college, Ah! Eppoda mudiyum entha kodumai! ]
|From Last of College Days|
CEG provided the entire range of experiences – classes, treats, fights, our famous industrial visits, treats, contests, outings, papers, the entire final year project saga, kurukshetra, treats and… more treats! So what was the greatest thing in CEG?
Infrastructure? ( You should visit our hostels! )
Great teaching? ( Barring a handful of teachers, no way! )
Quality of courses? ( Nothing extra-ordinary, and a lot of un-necessary courses )
No, above all these, the best thing about CEG was the people I met there – you cannot find a more motivated, intelligent, fun loving bunch of people anywhere else! The atmosphere at CEG was tremendous – everyone was off doing something, so you got into that spirit too. And the most important thing I learnt at CEG: Brains and talent matter very little – it is attitude and enthusiasm that counts. I have seen people with the most amazing potential go to waste in college, and quite ordinary people do great things with their attitude and enthu.
CEG seems to be set for more laurels with our juniors bustling about doing various things. Adieu CEG! May your flag fly high forever!