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A too early Farewell!

[before entering the party... all are with same T-shirt... representing only one thing: IUT '06]

We came to IUT in January 2007. It's 2010. We are close to finish our ride in IUT. Hopefully our batch will graduate in 1st week of November this year. I seek everyone's prayer and help from Almighty for passing these final tough days. According to the tradition our Farewell has been given bit earlier because of Ramadan. Yah.. It's bit early. And I feel it's bit too early for me. Am I that old to take farewell from my university? I don't feel that way. It's like we came here few weeks ago... And now the farewell bells have already been rung.. It was our last ever big party at IUT. We are never going to rock the auditorium with some incredible bands... It feels bad sometimes. But hey! we are not out yet. :D We still have 3 months to go! :D

[they are the official and unofficial members of room# 507... the center for EEE'06]

I would like to thank 07 batch of IUT for organizing this huge program. The drama was awesome. The "Cosmic show" was fabulous! (Ahem!!) :P. The idea of creating "behind the scene" was very brave. Our internal bands performed very well. I would like to mention Oblique specially. They are getting better in every show! Radioactive was too good. They covered some of my favourite songs. And the Black was obviously great.

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  1. Congrats! You'll be too close to reality, soon! :)

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  2. Thanks. I expect to graduate in time but the word "reality" sounds bit clumsy to me at times.

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  3. You are tagged in my post Things About Me . Go and Check it out now! :)

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  4. Thanks a lot Mahmud. I guess you have already discovered yourself in my post!

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