POOMAALAI FRIENDS FOR EVER! 75 teens from different parts of southern-most end of Tamilnadu; joined in the garland of 77 batch; till united with the same bond of friendship which has no end - as the garland is round!! We were temporarily distracted and seperated by domestic and professional commitments. Again glued to the life-line thread of the garland by our MILLENNIUM G2G. Hats-off to the organisers for paving the foundation for spreding the fragrance of our friendship through subsequent Get2Gethers. We organised a meet exclusively for batchmates which was the first of its type in medicos history, also made so many eye-brows raised in surprise. Again we are going to turn the pages of our history by organising the forth-coming meet to honour our Professors and teachers. In addition it is our 30th year celebration of joining M.B.,B.S. Yours ever, Thanu.
NB : Photo Taken from Dr.Dhanuezhil Nancy's Orkut and Text from http://in.groups.yahoo.com/group/nellaimedicos77/
Dr.Abdulkader Kulam, an alumnus from the first batch of our college writes in
Dear Dr. Bruno:
I have done my best @ home scanning these precious photos.
Please let your readers know that these photos are “40+ years old” and withstood the ravage of time. In fact 1965 photo looks better than the 1967.
We started our First MBBS in St. Xavier’s College thus we missed girls in our 1965 photo, they studied in Sara Tucker College. From 1966 onwards we became co-educated at our current location and appeared together ever since.
Please acknowledge my name in your web pages under these photos because my living classmates and faculties may wonder who in the world preserved all these photos. They will certainly travel through their memory lanes if they come across your pages.
My name was K.M. Abdulkader, wears a bow tie 3rd from left, second row from top in 1965 photo. I am at 6th from the left, second row from the top in 1967 photo.
I will leave some history in your web pages what was our days like then once you publish these photos. I may send these two attachments separately in case of any difficulty.