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Published : Monday, 12 September, 2016 05:10 PM
Symbiosis Institute of Business Management (SIBM) Bengaluru saw an evening where history was repeated all over again. An evening where alumni from all 7 batches came back to college to relive those precious memories which they painted the college walls with. It was the 6th edition of Samaagam, the Annual Alumni Meet, which was held this Saturday, 10th of September 2016.The theme for this year’s Samaagam was ‘Rewind,Relive’ and over 160 alumni took time out of their busy schedules to visit their Alma Mater – SIBM Bengaluru.
Samaagam saw a scintillating performance by members ofJzaa, The Dramatics Clubof SIBM Bengaluru, as they staged a play named ‘Jijivisha – A desire to live and relive’. Students and Alumni alike were enthralled by the group performance of Lethal Bhangra. The Music Club of SIBMB – Saaz delivered a sensational performance which surely took the alumni on a drive down the memory lane. From cultural activities to fun games, from dinner to DJ night, the alumni showed active participation and thoroughly enjoyed it all. All of that made them reminisce their time at SIBM Bengaluru.
This year’s Samaagam has carved a niche in the memories of all the Alumni and paved the way for many more such meetsto take place in the future. One feeling which clearly took over all the ex-students of SIBM Bengaluru was nostalgia, but furthermore, it gave them one more night to remember for the rest of their lives.
Samaagam2016 ended on a bittersweet note, where all the Alumni were delighted to meet their peers once again and found it harder to leave this time.
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