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I don’t know about you guys, but I had NO clue what Computer Engineering was about when I took admission.
My knowledge of hardware was restricted upto which cd-writer was the cheapest and that of software was whether the latest computer game has cheat codes or not. The only difference we could make out then was that instead of writing assignments about Trusses and Kirchoff’s Law, we were writing even lengthier ones about stacks and queues.
The most significant memory was the House Cup that was started by the earlier council.
It was an amazing event and really helped in building the inter branch-rivalry.
Most of our college placements took soon after third year and lot of people got into good companies.
The Final Year has been an altogether different engineering degree by itself.
We might not have sharpened our technical skills yet, but we definitely come up champions in time management.
I think we can safely claim that engineers are the absolute masters of handling stress and work overload.
The people who were unlucky earlier have got placed.The fundamentals that were taught to us then helped a lot for courses in the next year.The Third year got us firmly entrenched in the grind.But then I guess we have to make do with what we have, and I’m happy that I got a chance to speak to all my friends from college on this occasion I think that a farewell speech is probably the ONLY speech where students actually listen to the speaker (well I am hoping at least that is the case right now!
)Now that I have your undivided attention, let me share a few experiences I had during the past 4 years of my life in K. It was a scary feeling when all of us got in this college through the admission rounds at VJTI.Working on the BE Project, maintaining 75% attendance, completing journals, appearing for vivas, giving other competitive exams and the actual semester exam required the skill of a professional.