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NEW ANGELS AND VAMPIRES ON CAMPUS: Symbiosis Centre for Management Studies in NOIDA's Sector 62 was at its vibrant best at the recently held freshers' party. It was an evening full of style and fun as freshers danced, sang, acted and walked the ramp. The theme of the evening was 'Angels and Vampires'.
SPARKLING EVENING: The evening started with teachers and the director of the institute welcoming of freshers. There was also a talent hunt, with titles like Mr and Miss Fresher, Spark of the Evening (Female and Male) up for grabs. The Miss Fresher 2017 title was given to Sanaa Sharma and Mr Fresher 2017 was given to Shantanu Joshi.
CONFIDENT FUCHCHAS: "Barely one month into college life, you can already see a lot of self-confidence in these kids. Also, it helps to have support from the second and the third year students. This also helps students feel welcomed in a new atmosphere," said Dr Shrirang Altekar, professor and director, Symbiosis Centre for Management Studies.
FRESHERS' CORNER: Rashi Aggarwal, a first year student, said, "I am finding the college atmosphere very good. The seniors are very helpful and cooperative." Raghav Mahajan, another fresher, seemed to have bigger problems. "Humari attendance kaise poori hogi? Because of 75% compulsory attendance, we won't have enough time to have fun! Our college starts at 9am and ends at 5pm, so it is too much. We have to maintain the attendance somehow." Another fresher, Komal Malhotra added, "Seniors are pretty good and there was no ragging here."