Peermade's MBC College opens unique 'Secret Alley'

Malayalis came to know about the 'Secret Alley' through Vineeth Sreenivasan's 2022 film 'Hridayam'. Photo: Special Arrangement

Peermade: Mar Baselios Christian College of Engineering & Technology here opened its unique secret chamber where students note down on the walls their dreams and good moments shared on campus.

The 'Secret Alley' as it is known is opened only once in a year. Malayalis came to know about it through Vineeth Sreenivasan's 2022 film 'Hridayam'.

The 'Secret Alley' in Peermede's MBC College. Photo: Special Arrangement

“It is a unique experience! Students will get a chance to recall their nostalgic memories in this college after many years. Perhaps this is the first time that a college in Kerala is doing this," says College Director Prince Varghese.

Students who completed their studies in 2023 are the first ones to get a chance to utilise this opportunity. "Though we are leaving this campus, all our memories are going to stay here. 'Secret Alley' is going to be here forever," said Alex Issac, a student who graduated this year.

The 'Secret Alley' as it is known is opened only once in a year. Photo: Special Arrangement

Another B Tech graduate, Ann Treesa, said, “All our memories about this campus are written down on the walls of this alley. The college couldn't give us a better farewell gift.”

Dr V I George, principal; Prof Elias Janson, vice principal; and Fr John Samual, office manager, were also present at the time of the opening of the 'Secret Alley'.

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