The Apostolic Carmel Educational Society runs several educational institutions and St Agnes PU College is one among them. Historically, it is the first Catholic Women’s College established in South India and the second in the country. The college has students from all communities and denominations. The college is a pioneer in the education of young women and has been at the forefront of a cultural and social renaissance with regard to the rights and roles of women. This has its source and origin in the philosophy and teaching of its founder Mother Aloysia who started St Agnes College in 1920.
“The greatest leader is not necessarily the one who does the greatest things but gets the people to do the greatest things”.
The Student Cabinet of St Agnes PU College for the academic year 2023-24 was formally inaugurated in the college Auditorium on Friday, 30th June 2023 at 2.30 pm. The ceremony began with a prayer song followed by a welcome dance. Sr Dr Maria Roopa AC, Superior and Joint Secretary of St Agnes Institutions was the chief guest on the occasion. During her address, sister congratulated the newly elected members. She advised them to be responsible in their duties and strive to reach greater heights with their leadership and decision making skills, communication and team work.
The oath of the office for the Student Council, the class representatives and their assistants was administered by Sr Norine D’Souza AC, the Principal of the college. This solemn ceremony was witnessed by the members of the PTA and the parents of the cabinet members. The Vice principal Sr Janet Sequeira AC and all the staff members were also present for the occasion.
The newly elected cabinet members are
Prival DSouza - Student President
Kadeeja Noha - Student Vice President
Ieva Aysha - Science Secretary
Susan Neeliyara - Commerce secretary
Hanaa Mariyam - Arts secretary
Gowthami - Cultural Secretary
Ananya Ashokan - Sports Secretary
Zuha Mariyam - Student Editor
The programme was compered by Sweetina Mariya. Sampoorna welcomed the gathering and Sharon Rego proposed the vote of thanks.
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