Life at SLS-Noida - Page 7

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Ayushi Harsh, BA LL.B, Semester I, Division A (2011-16)

Life has no smooth road for any of us; and in the bracing atmosphere of a high aim the very roughness stimulates the climber to steadier steps, till the legend, over steep ways to the stars, fulfills itself. This is what life at Symbiosis Law School all about. When I first entered the campus, it felt as if a dream had come true. I felt proud of being a part of this prestigious university, but less I had known that being a law student is not that easy.


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Kathakali Bose, BA LL.B, Semester I, Division A (2011-16)

Friends, frolic, law and loads of compulsory attendances, this is SLS Noida- my second home. Be it our heavily loaded library, our ever loaded computer lab to our continuously buzzing canteen, they all proclaim it loud, being in this college is indeed a "big deal". The air within smells of sheer professionalism. Right from the very first day, the setting instills in us the skill and maturity to face the future world.


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Falguni Rambhasha, BBA LL.B, Semester I, Division A (2011-16)

This was my excitement level when I got to know that I am soon going to be a part of an esteemed College- Symbiosis Law School, Noida. Yes.. I was on Cloud 9... On the First day, when i was standing at the College Gate.. I was Awestruck by the exquisiteness and serenity of the campus, which was huge and which stood proudly Amidst the Blue sky, promising us of an astounding 5 years. As Soon as I entered.. I felt the warmness and vigor from the campus, I was as eager to be in the college..as my seniors were to welcome us.. Being the Second Batch we were in the Limelight..


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Aman Verma, BA LL.B, Semester I, Division E (2011-16)

1st July 2011 sowed a life in many intrigued, dormant argumentative Indians with the advent of the 2nd session at Symbiosis Law School, Noida. No sooner was the City Centre metro station bustling with early concocted students and business men, than were the societies’ supervisors at college. Orientations, preparation of CV’s, introductory lectures; time when we were developing a hang of the college, banged in the fresher’s party. A party that left us all befuddled, that displayed the talent of acclaimed bathroom singers to ballroom dancers, from anyone to everyone, it turned out to be a blast. But, somewhere something lacked which made everyone feel a little incomplete.

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Jayashree Parihaar, BA LL.B, Semester I, Division E (2011-16)

Well, to start with there couldn’t have been a more memorable and thrilling day. Before the ice breaking session aka the official fresher’s party- who would have thought that it would have turned out the way it did. Let’s rewind our minds and days a little bit to the time when the ice breaking session’s theme was given to us; “MISMATCH”. All my classmates befuddled to say the least after listening to this theme, most of us were very vocal with our suspicions about the event actually having ‘ragging’ undertones to it. As the seniors would have looked pretty in the traditional attire than us looking hideous in our mismatch!

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Mehak Huria, BBA LL.B, Semester I, Division B (2011-16)

A wise man once said: “The greatest journeys in life begin with the smallest steps”. My journey of lifetime began with a small step through the gates of Symbiosis Law School, Noida and it is that very short step that, I am sure, will prove to be the greatest and the wisest, as it leads me through the doors of an extra-ordinary institution in which my discovery of self-realization and self-development begins!! Today I am faced with the hard task of writing the most difficult speech I ever had to write.

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Swati Singh, BA LL.B, Semester I, Division E (2011-16)

Mismatch.., the theme for our ice breaking session made more sense to me once I entered the college and saw my batch mates in the attires they sported. It was strange how the theme which was a headache till yesterday became an adventure just in a moment. The official ragging turned out to be quite an experience but in the most positive of the senses. It was remarkable how our seniors thought of such a theme which would bring out how a group of such varying people who are otherwise so “mismatched” come together to form a unit and find belongingness in an institute.