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A Dream Come True

8th January 2007 to 2nd November 2010... It took us 4 years to accomplish what we wanted from IUT... A dream come true.

Here are some snaps from that very important day of my life... My convocation...

With my dad... Doesn't he look happy? :)

Taking the certificate from our VC Dr. M Imtiaz Hossain

I guess no one wants to miss this event after the convocation... I lost my hat twice while doing this... And also got them back twice... But none of them were the same hat ;)

Some unforgettable moments... Do you see any face without smile? I don't.

Do you see any difference between a doll and this little angel? She is one of my friend's niece... She came to congratulate her uncle and uncle's friends.. (us!!) :P

After the convocation dinner... The whole EEE'06

With my mom and dad... At my graduation party...

With my elder and younger brothers and mom




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Comments

  1. Congratulations on this wonderful accomplishment, Riyadh! The pictures are a joy to see, as is the smile on your face. And your family...my, what a beautiful group. Those shots together will be such treasures to you all your life.

    Much love,
    Aunt

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  2. Awesome pictures perfectly depicting a storyline! Congrats kiddo! :D

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  3. One more thing, you're looking very skinny in the first picture. Eat a lot! Be happy! :)

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  4. @Aunt: I feel that our happiness touched a soul somewhere far far away... You are here even if you are not in real... Thanks a lot Aunt. A lot Love. xoxo

    @Lopa Apu: Thanks a lot Apu... And yah... You are right! I have got to gain some weight! :P

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  5. congratulation!
    it is memory on all life

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  6. What at great accomplishment - Be proud! Why was your dad so happy - I laughed out loud. I am pretty sure that is exactly how I looked in my daughter's graduation pix.
    That was to funny.

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  7. It's a great feeling for me and my family. My parents are very proud of me :D. Thank you!

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  8. CONGRATS! This post reminds me my convocation at IUT... what a sweet memory!! Congratulation again!!

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  9. Thank you Maq Bhaiya. I was looking into your website. Finally getting IUTians in blog neighborhood.

    I making a quick search on you!

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