Skip to main content

Caps, Gowns and Beyond - Urvisa Agarwal

Graduation day isn’t just an ending; it’s a promising new start. Armed with knowledge and skills, graduates step into careers or further studies, ready to contribute their expertise and make a positive impact on the world. The day of university graduation is an extraordinary milestone, symbolizing the shift from academic pursuits to the world of professional responsibilities.

It captures not only personal achievement but also the broader essence of the educational journey. The significance of university graduation day goes beyond personal accomplishments, reflecting the broader pursuit of knowledge and the societal progress that education enables. It serves as a celebration of individual triumph along with the collective quest for wisdom and lifelong learning.

The path leading to graduation day is a journey of dedication and perseverance. It begins with the excitement of stepping onto campus as a newcomer, full of curiosity and anticipation about the future. Over the years, students engage in various courses, research projects, and extracurricular activities that shape their intellectual perspectives and enhance their grasp of their field. The nights spent immersed in textbooks, conversations with friends, and collaborative projects become defining aspects of this journey.

Bonds formed during university days transform into lasting friendships that extend well beyond the university years. Through the challenges of academics and personal growth, each student’s story unfolds, culminating in the moment of graduation.

The experience of graduation day evokes a range of emotions. Joy and pride surge as graduates walk across the stage, receiving their diplomas that symbolize their intellectual progress. However, mingled with happiness is a touch of nostalgia as graduates bid farewell to their student journey. There’s a bittersweet feeling, like closing a book you never wanted to end.

One’s university graduation day is a pivotal moment marked by a mix of emotions, from happiness to nostalgia. It’s a time to honor the unwavering commitment, hard work, and personal growth. Graduates embark on their future endeavors enriched by the lessons they’ve learned, the memories they’ve created, and the promising opportunities that await them.

Comments

Popular posts from this blog

AMIDST THE SILENCE - Helan Maria Cyrill

In broad daylight, ‘midst Manipur’s streets so wide, Two women, young and old, in despair reside, Paraded naked, their dignity denied, Groped, molested, their faith set aside. Alone they stood, under countless eyes’ glare, Their hearts turned cold, burdened with the nightmare, Alone they cried, their voices filled the air, Seeking justice, they stood, a silent, solemn pair. Pain nestled deep within, they stood their ground, Grief welling up, they rose, courage they found, Hoping to be heard, voices in resound, But silence and inaction was all around. Hearts heavy, wounds revealed months later on, A nation stirred, conscience awakened, dawned upon, Yet, did they speak out, or remain withdrawn, As a land lay scarred, with stories left unsung. In the background, a land so vast, so wide, Scarred by flames, ashes and tears coincide, Tales untold, within its soil reside, Amidst widows in white, dreams set aside. Families broken, laughter fades away, Homes destroyed, tears flow day by day, Be

Breaking Barriers: LGBTQ+ and their Representation in Literature - Aaditya V.S

Within the vast tapestry of human experiences lies a mirror reflecting upon our collective journey: literature. Throughout history, literature has served as a powerful medium for expressing communities’ thoughts, amplifying their voices, and affecting societal change. From challenging untouchability practices through local newspaper columns to using the written word to support the struggle against racism faced by ‘The Blacks’ in the West, literature has long been an avenue for driving transformative shifts. In recent years, the LGBTQ+ community has emerged with resilience, courageously fighting for their rights and advocating for their choices in the public sphere. This movement has spurred a significant transformation in the realm of literary arts, previously dominated by narratives featuring heterosexual characters. “ The role of a writer is not to say what we all can say, but what we are unable to say. ” – Anaïs Nin In recent years, the field of literature has spread its wings in ac