Kohinoor Of MGM's CoET



The Kohinoor happens to be among the most valuable diamonds in the world, and hence, to be awarded the title Kohinoor of MGM gives me immense happiness. I would like to thank my college for considering me as the best candidate to be awarded with the title KOHINOOR this year. This feeling cannot be expressed in words. It is a very precious and unforgettable moment. I hope that this is not my last award in life and that it marks the initiation of a brighter future. Most importantly I would like to thank my parents; they stood with me in my crucial time and helped me through. I would also like to thank our principal sir, technical and non-technical staff members who guided me and made me capable to stand as a candidate in this competitive phase of life.

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HIMANSHU KUMAR

2015-16



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Barkha Mishra

2014-15

Getting Kohinoor award is a very precious and unforgettable moment of my life.... I dedicate my award to my parents for supporting me always... I want to thank Principal Sir, Vamshi Krishna Sir and all my MGM teachers... I want to thanks my friends as well Kohinoor is a much awaited award which is given to a student who is all rounder... And I am very happy that I have got this award My college made me... Who I am today ..... And I am proud to be a part of MGM Noida



“If a child is to keep alive his inborn sense of wonder, he needs the companionship of at least one adult who can share it, rediscovering with him the joy, excitement and mystery of the world we live in.”
To our faculties: Thank you for making learning our passion. Twenty years from now, it will not be the grade you gave us that mattered, but the lessons you taught us through the textbooks, the discussions, and the office hours.Eloquently stated and simply put, you all are wonderful. I ask that you teach with passion and share your passion with your students. Although doctors heal, lawyers represent, contractors build, and bankers invest, you help instill in us the hunger for knowledge, the passion to learn, and help ignite the flame to set ablaze our dreams. If it were not for the teachers in our lives, you would not sit or, in my case, stand before you today. I am very grateful to have been given the opportunity to immerse myself in all aspects of college life, because of wonderful scholarships such as ‘KOHINOOR’. I take great pride in all that I do here at MGM and for the direction my experience has provided me.
The platform where I am standing is due to my Parents. The story can’t be ended without mentioning a heart full thanks to my friends who helped me in this journey. I enjoyed a lot in my college in these 4 memorable years since I had great and nice people around me. I want to impart message to my juniors that “Hard labor always bears good results”. So if I can do it then you can do it too.

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Anshu Singh

2013-14



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Vrinda Garg

2012-13

The Mountain of Light' or Koh-i-Noor is a diamond that was mined at Kollur Mine, in the present state of Andhra Pradesh in India. It was originally 793 carats when uncut.[2] Once the largest known diamond, it is now a 105.6 metric carat diamond, weighing 21.6 grammes in its most recent cut state. In 1852, Albert the Prince Consort ordered it cut down from 186 carats. The diamond was originally owned by the Kakatiya dynasty, which had installed it in a temple of a Hindu goddess as her eye.[3] The diamond was later confiscated from its original owners by various invaders.[4] Today the diamond is a part of the British Crown Jewels.[5]



The Mountain of Light' or Koh-i-Noor is a diamond that was mined at Kollur Mine, in the present state of Andhra Pradesh in India. It was originally 793 carats when uncut.[2] Once the largest known diamond, it is now a 105.6 metric carat diamond, weighing 21.6 grammes in its most recent cut state. In 1852, Albert the Prince Consort ordered it cut down from 186 carats. The diamond was originally owned by the Kakatiya dynasty, which had installed it in a temple of a Hindu goddess as her eye.[3] The diamond was later confiscated from its original owners by various invaders.[4] Today the diamond is a part of the British Crown Jewels.[5]

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Rahul Chauhan

2011-12



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Akshat Tiwari

2010-11

The Mountain of Light' or Koh-i-Noor is a diamond that was mined at Kollur Mine, in the present state of Andhra Pradesh in India. It was originally 793 carats when uncut.[2] Once the largest known diamond, it is now a 105.6 metric carat diamond, weighing 21.6 grammes in its most recent cut state. In 1852, Albert the Prince Consort ordered it cut down from 186 carats. The diamond was originally owned by the Kakatiya dynasty, which had installed it in a temple of a Hindu goddess as her eye.[3] The diamond was later confiscated from its original owners by various invaders.[4] Today the diamond is a part of the British Crown Jewels.[5]



The memory of getting one of the prestigious award "KOHINOOR OF MGM" for the batch (2006-2010) is still fresh in my mind. It was a sweet surprise for me, I was not expecting it at all, but when my name was announced I was speechless & overwhelmed. What I am today is just because of my college, my teachers and my friends who have showed faith on me. I feel proud to get one of the most important award that every student of MGMCoet wish for, during their four years with the college. I can't ask for a better farewell gift than this that college has given me. It is one of my prized possession that I'll cherish Lifelong.. Cheers !!

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Richa Sharma

2009-10



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Deepti Gulati

2008-09

Recieving the "KOHINOOR" award by any student of MGM is a dream come true. It was an honour that I was awarded with this trophy in 2009. I wish to thank my parents for their unconditional support and all my teachers whose dedication towards this noble profession is admirable. I feel if you have the determination,focus,belief in yourself and the right guidance you can succeed in any field.



It was a tremendous honor for me to receive the 'Kohinoor of MGM -2008' award and join the past recipients whom I had long admired and respected. I felt overwhelmed and extremely excited to hear my name for it;it was the best feeling ever. I realized it was possible to achieve anything if attempted with full determination and hard work. A big thanks to all my teachers for considering me worthwhile for this prestigious recognition. Receiving it has been one of the most proud moments of my life!

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Mamta Dutt

2007-08



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Aditya Dohroo

2006-07

The Mountain of Light' or Koh-i-Noor is a diamond that was mined at Kollur Mine, in the present state of Andhra Pradesh in India. It was originally 793 carats when uncut.[2] Once the largest known diamond, it is now a 105.6 metric carat diamond, weighing 21.6 grammes in its most recent cut state. In 1852, Albert the Prince Consort ordered it cut down from 186 carats. The diamond was originally owned by the Kakatiya dynasty, which had installed it in a temple of a Hindu goddess as her eye.[3] The diamond was later confiscated from its original owners by various invaders.[4] Today the diamond is a part of the British Crown Jewels.[5]



I am honoured that I was selected as the Kohinoor for the year 2006. It really feels special when all students look upto you for inspiration and I will be glad if I made even a single positive change to any of them. The one thing I would say to all students is to remain focused towards your goals and nothing is impossible. - Anant Goel, Infosys Technologies, BP, London.

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Anant Goel

2005-06



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Sameer Bhatt

2004-05

The Mountain of Light' or Koh-i-Noor is a diamond that was mined at Kollur Mine, in the present state of Andhra Pradesh in India. It was originally 793 carats when uncut.[2] Once the largest known diamond, it is now a 105.6 metric carat diamond, weighing 21.6 grammes in its most recent cut state. In 1852, Albert the Prince Consort ordered it cut down from 186 carats. The diamond was originally owned by the Kakatiya dynasty, which had installed it in a temple of a Hindu goddess as her eye.[3] The diamond was later confiscated from its original owners by various invaders.[4] Today the diamond is a part of the British Crown Jewels.[5]



The Mountain of Light' or Koh-i-Noor is a diamond that was mined at Kollur Mine, in the present state of Andhra Pradesh in India. It was originally 793 carats when uncut.[2] Once the largest known diamond, it is now a 105.6 metric carat diamond, weighing 21.6 grammes in its most recent cut state. In 1852, Albert the Prince Consort ordered it cut down from 186 carats. The diamond was originally owned by the Kakatiya dynasty, which had installed it in a temple of a Hindu goddess as her eye.[3] The diamond was later confiscated from its original owners by various invaders.[4] Today the diamond is a part of the British Crown Jewels.[5]

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Shreyansh Jain

2003-04