Institute of Management Technology, Ghaziabad celebrated the Delhi Chapter of the annual All India Alumni Meet at The Lalit Hotel on Saturday. Let's take a sneak peek at the event!
Institute of Management Technology, Ghaziabad celebrated the Delhi Chapter of the annual All India Alumni Meet at The Lalit Hotel on Saturday. The annual event saw more than 300 alumni from various batches interact and enjoy the evening.
The event was presided by Mr. Atish Chattopadhyay, Director, IMT Ghaziabad, who inaugurated the event and thanked the IMT Family with a welcome speech.
The event also saw the launch of the AIAM 2017 edition of the bi-annual alumni magazine- Sampark by Mr. Chattopadhyay, Mr. Debashis Das, Class of 1996 and President, IMT Alumni Association, as well as Ms. Kalpana Narain, Class of 1989. The theme for this edition was the evolution of IMT from its inception to the present day and filled with an interactive timeline and notable reminiscences from varied alumni, to bring out the nostalgia. Another important highlight of the event was the launch of the mobile application, for the alumni base. The application, the objective of which is to bring all alumni-related information to the fingertips of every IMT alumnus and alumna, is a new milestone in the digital journey of IMT.
Mr. Aditya Sen, Class of 2016, was felicitated with the IMTian4Life Award, for his contribution towards alumni connectivity in IMT Ghaziabad and the IMT Alumni Association. The students and stakeholders for the various teams of Alumni Relationship Committee were also thanked for their hard work and contributions for making the event successful.
The response to the event was extremely positive, as evidenced by many alumni, who met their friends after a long time and ruminated over their old days. Smiles and laughs were shared all around, as everyone came together, talked and danced with their friends, just like their days at IMT.
This success is bound to generate a great buzz in the 10,000+ IMT Family members across the globe. The alumni from other cities now eagerly wait for AIAMs in their respective cities, including Mumbai, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Chennai and Bengaluru, in the weeks to come.