Jan 13 (6 days ago)
Here is a brief about CEG 1964 BATCH
....The 1964 batch of College of Engineering, Guindy celebrated the
fiftieth year of their entering CEG on January 24 and 25, 2009. About 75 class mates along
with their spouse and children attended the celebrations. The class had a strength of
240 at the time of graduation. The 1964 batch was the first batch of five year integrated course.
The celebration extended over two days. They spent the first day at a
beach house at Kalpakkam. The function was held on the second day at Alumni Centre. They have
contacted a large number of their teachers and there were a large number of them
present at the function on January 25, 2009. A souvenir was released on the second day
with photographs of class mates, “then and now”.
Prof. Panchanathan, the octogenarian Professor of Soil Mechanics was
the Chief Guest at the felicitation function on January 25, 2009. He complimented the
Alumni for their active involvement in a number of programmes organized bt CEG Alumni Association such as Career Guidance, Endowment Lectures and Scholarships to meritorious students.
A number of senior faculty members who taught the 1964 batch also spoke.
Prof. Jayaprakash Narayan, President of CEG Alumni Association,
College of Engineering, Guindy stressed the need to enhance the image of the Alumni
Association. He requested the 1964 batch students to contribute liberally to Building Fund.
Hence 1964 batch are planning to contribute substantial amount out of their contribution
for additional facilities at Alumni Center.
The class mates assembled after lunch break. The programme of self
introduction by each class mate present evinced a lot of interest. This was followed by a dance
programme. The programme concluded prior to Tea break.
The participants received a memento before they bid farewell. The
group photo taken prior to commencement of morning session was ready by the time they dispersed.
(Modified from the report by M.J.Damodaran, 1964 batch)
Another two years to complete 50 years of Graduation date
To share memories of the past Happy Days