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Saturday, November 30, 2019

To those whose classes just ended

Remember the blogposts I told you about on the last day: To those about to become ex students and Bye bye time again .

Remember, also, about the one-year deadline. Don't visit after years of non-communication and expect me to remember you. 

On the other hand, those who do want to keep in touch and make an effort to will always be welcome. Especially if they have things to talk about.

9 comments:

Unknown said...

Dear Sir,

I hope I am not shortlisted among the names of those whom you have already forgotten.This will certainly dishearten me a bit.I had probable reasons to believe that you will forget me too early and the most important reason,I feel,is that I did not interact with you much.As I am an introvert I do not comment often but I am certainly eager to keep in touch with you.Alike others,I also admit that time flies-it seemed as if I met you yesterday and the very next day I was bidding you goodbye.I had truely savoured every moment at your classes and had tried wholeheartedly not to miss even a single one.But I had missed two classes for unavoidable circumstances.

With regards,
Arunabha
(One of your most recent ex-students,
Batch 2,ICSE 2020)

Suvro Chatterjee said...

Dear Arunabha,

I know, though you didn't talk much. I shall be very glad indeed if you keep in touch. And I am hoping that a few others, who really liked those classes, would write in as you have done.

Best wishes,

Sir

Upama Dutta said...

Dear Sir,
At the beginning of your classes I used to think (and boast about it to my friends) that I would not miss you or the school ( the latter one being true), but now that your classes have come to an end I realise just how much of a fool I am. You were not just a teacher but a guide and you prepared me for everything that was and is about to come in my life. You knowingly or unknowingly taught me, step by step, how shall I deal with with all the obstacles in my life, after my mother, you are the second idol that I have in my life till now.

Suvro Chatterjee said...

Thank you, Upama. It was a pleasure. I hope whatever I said and did in class will continue to help and comfort and inspire in the years to come. Best wishes.

Sir

Aveek Mukherjee said...

Dear Sir,

So, it's been two years since our last class now. Though we have kept in touch on over emails and sporadic visits (The fault lies completely on my part. I have to admit shamelessly that I am growing lazier by the more. My last comment dates back to late May), life has been unusually mundane without the Tuesday-Saturday classes.

As we approach the end of the year, I wish you a very happy winter and an enjoyable vacation.

Hope to visit you soon.

Take care and best regards to you,

Aveek.

P.S: Heartiest wishes to Arunabha and Upama for the forthcoming examinations.

Ankit Sen said...

Dear Sir ,

I have spent 2 years with you but since I am an introvert I did not interacted much with you. Alike others , I also believe that time flies by like the glimpse of an eye - it seemed as if I met you yesterday and have to shed tears and say goodbye on the very next day.Though I missed few of your priceless classes due to some unpleasant situation ,I tried to grasp every moment of your class and inherited the knowledge which you distributed through your classes, your blog and through the videos in you tube. I took most of them as commandments of my life and tries to follow them in every aspect of my life.

After my mother, you are the second idol in my life. You are not only a teacher but also a saviour and a guide who have helped me to tackle through every obstacles confidently which had came and are going to come in my life.

THANK YOU sir for all your guidance and you efforts .I hope that I am not shortlisted among the names whom you have forgotten .

With regards,

Ankit Sen,
(most recent batch of ex-students)
Batch 4

Siddhartha Pal said...

Dear Sir, It feels so good to see our brothers and sisters are commenting here it reminded the four year earlier me who first came here to comment just after my last class ended on November 30th(Tuesday I still remembered the day also). For a while I have been reading most of our blog posts but somehow i didn't commented for a long diapause but after reading this I could not control my urge to comment. Every year you write something for the current ex- students i still recollect that post which you had written for the students who were about to be your ex on 2015 at that time I thought I have a lot of time to spend on your classes but as we know time flies and do here i,m rewinding the past moments which had happened in 2016.
Sir, i hope you are in good health.

Regards
Siddhartha

Unknown said...

Dear Sir,
I think you kept me in your reminder list. It was a great time with you,the classes were very much productive and I am truly glad to be able to present there.
As my mother had told you,I waited most eagerly for your classes. That might be the reason why I came so early on Mondays and Fridays for one year nine months. It is hard to belive that those days are over. I will always be glad to keep in touch with you.
With regards,
Somnath Chakraborty,
Batch 4,ICSE 2020.

Unknown said...

Dear Sir,
I think you kept me in your reminder list. It was a great time with you,the classes were very much productive and I am truly glad to be able to present there.
As my mother had told you,I waited most eagerly for your classes. That might be the reason why I came so early on Mondays and Fridays for one year nine months. It is hard to belive that those days are over. I will always be glad to keep in touch with you.
With regards,
Somnath Chakraborty,
Batch 4,ICSE 2020.