The word “alumnus” is derived from the Latin word “alere”, “to nourish”, and means “nursling” or “pupil”. “Alumni”, the plural form of “alumnus”, literally means “the nurtured ones”.
Our former students have in fact been ‘nurtured’ by ARIHANT, and for many of our faculties and staff, they are indeed our ‘children’, and we are always curious to find out where our alumni are and how they are faring.
Our alumni are the mirror of our institution. They form a fundamental link to the outside world. Alumni are incredibly important for the image and reputation of our Institute. Happy alumni are our best ambassadors, and a continuing asset to the reputation of our institute, through the experiences and successes they have in their careers and personal lives.
We would love to stay in contact with you, wherever you are, and hope that our activities and contacts with institutions will allow our paths to cross from time to time. Stay in touch!