A Visit to National Institute of Homoeopathy - My Almamater
Stepping foot onto the grounds of my alma mater, the National Institute of Homoeopathy (NIH), brought forth a wave of nostalgia that swept me back to the days when I embarked on my journey as a student. The transformation that NIH has undergone since then is nothing short of remarkable, a testament to the ablest and dynamic leadership of Dr.Subhas Singh sir
As I strolled through the campus, I marveled at the new academic building that stood tall and proud, symbolizing progress and growth. It was a sight to behold, a reflection of the institution's commitment to providing a conducive learning environment for its students. The addition of a basketball court and a handball court, along with the ongoing construction of a football ground, showcased NIH's dedication to nurturing both the minds and bodies of its students.
However, amidst the awe-inspiring developments, a tinge of melancholy washed over me as I gazed upon the now demolished boys' hostel building. It had once been the epicenter of countless memories, a place where friendships were forged and experiences were cherished. The hostel building, though now a part of the past, will forever hold a special place in the hearts of those who called it home. Its demolition signifies progress and the institution's commitment to providing even better accommodations for future generations of students. As the new hostel takes shape, I can only hope that it will continue to be a space that fosters growth, friendship, and the creation of lifelong memories for students who walk through its doors.
Though the physical structure may change, the essence of the hostel experience will remain ingrained in the fabric of NIH. The memories created within those walls will forever be cherished, and the camaraderie formed will continue to bind us together, no matter where life takes us. The hostel building, now a part of the institution's rich history, will forever be a symbol of the transformative power of education and the enduring spirit of the NIH community.
A wave of optimism swept over me as I witnessed the emergence of a new hospital, equipped with a state-of-the-art outpatient department (OPD) setup. The increased number of patients being attended highlighted NIH's growing reputation and the trust it had garnered in the field of homoeopathy. It was a source of pride to witness the institution's name shining even brighter, drawing attention for its exceptional healthcare services.
Amidst the blend of nostalgia and admiration, one thing became abundantly clear - my alma mater had truly grown bigger and better over the years. The amalgamation of modern facilities, a remarkable library, and a progressive academic atmosphere had breathed new life into NIH. As I bid farewell to the campus, I carried with me a deep sense of gratitude for the memories made, the education received, and the unwavering commitment of Dr.Subhas Singh sir and his leadership in propelling NIH to new heights.