They Thought ‘No Home Like CDAC’ (a short poem)

‘They Thought ‘No Home Like CDAC!’
(a short poem)

‘No home like CDAC’, they thought
When group of ex-CDACians recently met
Often when you leave a company
It is almost ‘forgotten’ for so many

Not so with CDAC organization
It’s people always in jubilation
Whether you are in or out
You always think I am not out

The friendship continues
The interaction continues
And there’s is a special ex’s group
Where you can ‘talk’ with the group

Two decades and more gone
That is the case with me
And yet people of CDAC are all fun
And that is what makes life itself fun

Seventy odd members left CDAC
And they still feel they are a ‘pack’
Lest they forget other’s faces
They come together at select places

That was what we saw in Bangalore
Members wanting to get together
There they talked and dined as a group
And felt happy about reminiscences

Many old and young guys are still one
Remembering those days still as fun
What a culture has CDAC built
So that the CDAC group is not split!

And thus was born a group
‘Once upon a time at CDAC’
Which is on right track
Making everyone turn back
To those days they spent together
Building a ‘super team’ together

Do you say CDAC only built PARAM
Haven’t they also built ‘Param Purush?
Who always feel happy and fresh
With each year dawning afresh
And, sure these memories will linger
In all of them for any time to come longer

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About cvsubramaniam

Former Director, Department of Electronics & Informatiin Technology, Government of India.. Authored Book on Human Resource Management. Published 80 plus articles on HR, Management, S&T, general topics.
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