Dear all ,
Well begun is half done goes an old saying . The first two updates reminds me of this proverb .Thanks to Rajesh , Vilva, Kitta and all who have taken time from their busy schedules to plan and implement such a wonderful programme .
The output of the participants speaks highly of their enthusiasm, eagerness and involvement to make this effort a success . all groups have exhibited a high level of IQ in putting their thoughts on paper .
The programme has started and participation is in earnest but how we shall measure the success of the project . What shall be the KPI’s for this effort ? As measuring it after this batch passes out of college is 2-3 yes away i suggest we find a short term goal for them and see how they have improved.
Hi everyone ,
Back to Riyadh and was going thro the various posts and photos. What a day it turned out to be!! Was worth waiting 25 yrs for this day. It was a show of gratitude and great attitude -gratitude to the Almighty, our Almamater and Dr. Alagapa Chettiar and the “Pehele Aap “attitude by all our batch mates. No leaders as everyone lead or followed as needed for the occasion. The minuses complemented to form pluses, or as the Brits say, the odds evened out.. Thanks to all. Kandaswamy and Samudhra Kani have become OOR MATES and I think we can form a Trivandrum chapter now.
During my previous visits to the stage at Murugappa Hall, they used to provide a reserved table and chair ..it was missing this time !!!
God Bless all .
with 16 days to go and lots to do, just a small thought I want to share. Is it possible to invite our late classmates wife and set aside some funds on a monthly basis for their children’s education. Regards