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It's been a pleasure to interact with the students over the past few months. In an effort to further reach out to the students, I felt it was a good idea to use the college magazine as a platform to comment and address the achievements of the students and the happenings in campus. Further I will be more than happy to answer any questions or address any issues plaguing the student community.

As Techofes comes to an end, it would be unfair to say that it was anything less than a grand success. I appreciate the student volunteers and the core team for their extraordinary efforts in conducting an event of this scale and magnitude. It would also not suffice to say that Kurukshetra was a grand success too. Proving time and again that our students are not only talented in academics but have great organizational and management skills. However, with Techofes and Kurukshetra coming to an end, I ask all students to start attending classes regularly as I have received news that attendance is lagging in many departments.

With the placement season approaching an end, I would be lying if I said I was completely happy with the results. There are still many students who have difficulty in placement interviews and haven't been placed yet. I would encourage their peers to help them prepare for interviews and placement calls. Students from rural background and people who have a problem in communication may sometimes need more of a motivation than others. A lot of our alumni are interested in helping students prepare for their placements.

The Students Creativity and Innovation Lab was inaugurated last week. I urge the students to take complete advantage of this facility and make best use of it. The guests present at the inauguration promised any support that the students require.

It has also come to my knowledge that a few students are misusing technology like Facebook and Whatsapp. I request you to constructively use it for everybody's benefit.

I appreciate the efforts of the student groups like the NCC, NSS and YRC who have come forward to keep the campus clean. The consequences of their efforts are quite evident. This only goes to show that working hand in hand with the faculty can provide amazing results.