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IIMC pay glowing tributes to KM Shrivastava

New Delhi, Aug 31 (UNI) IIMC Alumni Association has paid homage to their beloved teacher KM Shrivastava, who passed away on Friday following a cardiac arrest.
Prof. Shrivastava, 1976-77 Batch Alumni & Mentor of Regional Centers of IIMC, was associated with the institute for the past two and half decades.
Information & Broadcasting Secretary Bimal Julka, Former IIMC Director Stuti Kakkar, IIMC Director General Sunit Tandon, IIMC OSD Mr. Anurag Mishra, Senior Alumni, Suhas Borker, VK Cherian, Faculty Prof. Gita Bamezai, Prof. Jaishri Jethwaney, Prof. Hemant Joshi, Prof. Anand Pradhan, Prof. Shaswati Goswami, Prof. Mitaly Mohanty Ghosh, Prof. Rinku Pegu, Press Club President Mr. Rahul Jalali, Senior Journalist Mr. KG Suresh, students, alumni, staff and well wishers have mourned the demise of Prof Shrivastava.
Prof Shrivastava was cremated in Bhopal on Saturday.
The world of journalism and academics lost a very senior and an eminent personality. "The sudden demise of Prof. Shrivastava has left a void in the hearts of hundreds of people who were honored to have gotten to know him," IIMC Alumni Association said in a statement.
"We at IIMC Alumni Association pray for Prof. Shrivastava's soul to rest in peace. Our condolences are with his family. His presence will be deeply missed in IIMC and our lives. He might not be present physically but his overpowering thoughts, lessons and teachings will stay with us through his books and classroom memories," the Association said.
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