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The Student Cabinet Inaugural for the academic year 2024-25 at St Agnes PU College

Published On : 28 Jun 2024   |  Reported By : media release


"Leadership is the capacity to translate vision into reality." This essence of leadership was beautifully encapsulated during the Student Cabinet Inaugural for the academic year 2024-25 at St Agnes PU College on Thursday, 27th June, 2024. The event, held with great enthusiasm and meticulous planning, was honoured by the presence of the Chief Guest, Sr Dr Maria Roopa AC, Superior and Joint Secretary of St Agnes Institutions.

The event commenced with a serene prayer song by Jaladhi and her group, creating a solemn and reflective atmosphere that set the tone for the proceedings. Payal J extended a warm welcome to the august gathering. Adding a vibrant touch to the event, Riya and her group performed a captivating welcome dance, embodying the spirit of joy and celebration.

The theme for the inaugural, 'Gemstones,' was a beautiful metaphor for the unique brilliance and individuality of each student leader. Each cabinet member represented a different gemstone, symbolizing their distinct qualities, while the Class Representatives were named in the VIBGYOR order, reflecting the diversity and unity within the student body. This theme was further highlighted by a stunning PowerPoint presentation that illustrated the significance of each gemstone as the representatives took the stage.

Sr Dr Maria Roopa, the guest of honour congratulated the newly elected student council 2024-25 and inspired them to take initiatives in bringing about transformation and laurels to themselves and the college. In her message, she motivated them to get inspired and grow into inspirational leaders. Emphasising on the importance of continuous upgradation of oneself in this era of innovation she urged the Agnesians to work hand in hand upholding the values of service and compassion in continuing the rich legacy of the institution.

Maithri Rao eloquently introduced the Class Representatives for the academic year. Following this, Hiba Irfan introduced the Student Cabinet members, each introduction met with applause and appreciation from the audience.

The newly elected cabinet members are:

Student President – Rochelle Joan Madtha
Student Vice President – Manvitha R K
Science Secretary - Vibha V Bhatnagar
Commerce Secretary - Ananya R N
Arts Secretary - Areej Lulu Ara
Cultural Secretary – Sanjana Vinod Shenoy
Sports Secretary – Diksha D Karkera
Student Magazine Editor – Ruth Aroza

A significant moment in the ceremony was the administration of the oath by the Vice Principal, Sr Janet Sequeira. This solemn act reinforced the commitment of the new leaders to uphold the values and responsibilities entrusted to them. This was followed by the distribution of badges to the cabinets, Class Representatives, and Assistant Class Representatives, symbolizing their commitment and responsibilities.

The event was witnessed by the members of the PTA executive committee, parents of the student cabinet, teaching and support staff, and students. The Department of Chemistry, under the leadership of the convenor of the event Mrs Venitia Rasquinha, meticulously organized the elections and the inaugural ceremony.

As the ceremony drew to a close, Saanvi S Ullal delivered the Vote of Thanks. The event was systematically compered by Sharon Patrao.







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