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My Journey aboard BCA -

BCA first year had truly been an enriching and wonderful experience of my life. After completing my first year at GGDSD College, when I look back, I realised what a mesmerizing part of my life it was. New place, New college, New teachers, New aura and as a result New me. 

Many students were already familiar to Chandigarh, but for a few like me, even the city was new. And I acclaim this college to have forced me to love this city. 

I got ample of chances to learn and implement my learning in my practical life. In the beginning of my joining days it seemed quite difficult to adopt myself but gradually I got accustomed to it. 

For me and my classmates BCA I year became a complete adventure in itself. This was the place , where we not only learned our syllabus lessons but much of our important real life lessons. All of us made friends with each other and not in much time we were all a single unit. We studied together, discussed together, played together, took part in a lot of activities together and most of all lived together with the same amount of excitement and alacrity. 

Our lecturers and professors (Mrs. Monika Sethi, Mr. Mehak Sharma, Mrs. Purva Trikha and Mrs. Shikha) well trained us for our future lives. They helped us in all aspects and were truly affectionate towards us. Their acuity was admirable and aspirational. Thanks to them, they made our first year in college much fluent and smoother. We abstracted their knowledge to the best. 

It was a great delight to be a part of the college elections, fests and competitions organised at our college. They enhanced our enthusiasm and encouraged us to take part in various activities. And I have walked this path with the gentle pace. This was the most beautiful and rejuvenating season of our life. 

I would like to express my wholehearted gratitude to all my friends and the whole faculty of GGDSD College. To abbreviate, it was an accolade to be part of this esteemed institution. 


Vedika
BCA-2
GGDSD-College 

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