“It always is harder to be left behind than to be the one to go…”
― Brock Thoene, Shiloh Autumn
It is the rule of nature that time never stops for anyone,It keeps on moving at a constant pace without any comparison or bestowing favor upon any of us It is always very difficult and sad to leave somebody , but something which is unavoidable,. No matter how much time you spend at a place you have to leave it sometimes for good, sometimes for bad, but departing always occur. We follow the get together ideas for the remembrance. We have to say farewell to the leavers and this is a very heavy task.
Keeping in view the objective of farewell party, IMS Law College organized a grand farewell party on June 4, 2015. The event was started with the lighting of the lamp by faculty members and inaugural address by Dr Niti Sinha (HOD, Law College) to outgoing students of batch (2010-2015) that they should learn ethics in their career which they chose and attachment with the college is necessary for maintaining togetherness. Dr D.J Pati (Dean, Journalism) addressed to the students with the message that “sincerity and hard work is key to success in professional life”.
Mr. Sandeep Garg also graced the occasion with good wishes to outgoing students. Senior students showed their gratitude towards college and shared their experience of spent 5 years in a college which was followed by ramp walk show of the seniors at the stage and talent round in the form of dance and other events .Harshit , Arun Nagar, Sristhi Agrawal , Divya Maliyan and Sauyma Singh gave wonderful dance performances.
Ansul was declared Mr. IMS Law College and Rama Singh was declared Ms. IMS Law College. After Dance and Dinner it ended in emotional atmosphere. The event was coordinated by Dr Niti Sinha (HOD, Law College), Govind Prasad Goyal , Neelam Seam, Sudhakaran , Anjum Hassan , , Neha Singh, Inderjeet Santoshi and Punam Bhagat (Law Faculty) and Sandhya Aswal (PS) with the support of students .(organizing team consisted Chhavi Yadav, Anmol Singh, Sauyma Singh, Sauyma Goel, Shivani, Manisha Singh, Sristhi Agrawal and Divya Maliyan and other students of B.A.,LL.B.)