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St. Pious X Degree and PG College for Women celebrated Fresher’s Day and Investiture Ceremony on 15th July, 2017 at its premises at Nacharam, Hyderabad.
Reverend Correspondent - Sr. V. Japamala Showrillu, Principal along with Mrs. Annie Sunil, Head Department of English graced the occasion.
The Student Council was constituted with the formal Investiture ceremony.
In the fresher’s party & Investiture Ceremony, a plethora of cultural events were displayed by the seniors. The new comers thoroughly enjoyed the party.
St. Pius X Feast, Institutional Day was celebrated on 19th and 21st August, 2017. Institution offers tribute to St. Pius X on 21st August every year. On 19th Aug, the program started with narration of significance of Pope Saint Pius X Feast followed by honoring the Patron Saint with floral tribute and lighting of candles by management, students, teaching and non-teaching staff.
The programme continued with the presentation of skit titled “Self-Realization and Hard work”, display of short film “Virtue and Vice” and message by the Chief Guest Father John.
On 21st Aug, the program commenced with offering of floral tribute, lighting the candles to St. Pius and Chief Guest message.
The Other attractions of the program where the depiction of life of Pius, Song by college band, Group dance competition and Prize Distribution. Both days program ended with pleading to the Saint to bestow shower of blessing and distribution of refreshments.
Independence Day was celebrated with great enthusiasm and respect at St.Pious College on the occasion of 71st Independence Day on 15th August, 2017.
The Principal welcomed the gathering and Prof. Parthasarathy, the Chief Guest of the occasion hoisted the Flag and all in unison sang the National Anthem and expressed the joy of freedom. The chief guest delivered a message appealing the women in bringing up the youth for a better Nation Building.
The Department of Computer Science and Sports committee conducted various competitions like Essay Writing, Elocution, Solo Singing and Group Singing on the occasion of Independence Day.
Students actively participated in various cultural programmes like group dance Solo & group singing on few patriotic songs. Further the Chief Guest and other dignitaries on the dais gave away the prizes for the winners of the competitions held on this occasion.
The Programme concluded up with the Vote of thanks by Student Council President Miss. Catherine, III B.A and distribution of sweets.
The Staff and Students of St. Pious celebrated Bathukamma (State Festival of Telangana) on 21st Sept, 2017 to promote unity, love and sisterhood. On this occasion the students actively participated in Rangoli competitions held in Campus.
The students were dressed in different traditions and involved in floral decoration gathering and arranging brightly colored flowers into beautiful color stack. The faculty and students joined hands in celebrations, playing and dancing around the Bathukamma and singing songs of Bathukamma showcasing our Culture and Tradition in Campus.
Farewell party was organised on 17th February 2018 by the Department Of Microbiology hosted by Mrs Nazia Begum in the college campus where the students of degree first and second years bid farewell to the outgoing students with great enthusiasm and nostalgia. The function started with the God's blessing. Floral greetings were given to Sr B Velangini, the Principal and Sr. Japamala Showrillu, the Secretary and Correspondent. Lamp lighting ceremony was done by the dignitaries on the dias, Student council president Ms. Catherine Chelsei and student council General Secretary Ms. Bhavya and the passing of light was done to the students by their respective Department Heads. The oath was taken by all the final year students headed by the student council president. Principal gave a brief speech to give her best wishes for batch graduating from the college and also inspired the students for the future challenges.
The program started with the welcome dance followed by the proficiency awards and prize distribution to the prize winners, for the competitions held during Resonance. Proficiency awards were given to the meritorious students of all the semesters who excelled in academic career ,the awards consisted of a memento and certificate of excellence.
Best outgoing student of the year was given to Miss Catherine Chelsie III B.A MPML for the year 2017-2018.
The cultural event was hosted by second year students. The First and second year students entertained the outgoing students with Dances The Miss pious competition saw the graduating students exhibiting their flair in three rounds consisting of ramp walk , introduction round ,question round . Miss Cindrella Massey III B.Com (Reg) was crowned as Miss Pious , Miss Catherine Chelsie III B.A MPML as first runner up and Miss Srujana Deepika III B.Sc MBC as Second Runner Up.
The staff representative Mrs Annie Sunil addressed the students and wished them for their future endeavours. Final year students also shared their experience and memories during their stay at the college and expressed their mixed emotions.
The program was concluded with the showers of blessings
The International women’s Day is celebrated every year on 8th March to honor women who achieved greater horizons of success through their will power and determination in all the fields chosen, accelerating the gender parity. The International Women’s Day was celebrated at St Pious X Degree and PG college for women with the Theme “LA BELLE FETE-In Celebration of Womanhood” on March 8th,, 2018 .The Guest of Honour was Dr. Kalpagam Polasa , Former Director NIN. The program began at 1:00 PM in the auditorium. Miss V.Rani Padmini Faculty gave a welcome note, followed by prayer session by Mrs. Afreen. Ms C.Vanisree HOD, Department of Biochemistry gave the Significance of the Day and urged that this women’s day should be a reminder of the discrimination and inequality against women and how one should fulfill their responsibilities in safeguarding the integrity, sanctity and glory of the womanhood
Mrs Sandhya Maithreyi , Faculty Department of Biochemistry Introduced the Guest of Honour Dr. Kalpagam Polasa to the gathering. Dr Kalpagama mam gave her valuable message on women Empowerment and the Goals of the present day woman, her health and socio economic requirements.
Sr Japamala secretary and correspondent, extended her warm wishes and addressed the gathering about the Gender equality and how at St.Pious college the value based education caters to the holistic development of women.She also motivated students about the significance of the education in creating an identity for a woman. The prizes were awarded to the winners of the Painting Competition that was held on 3rd March on the theme “Be Bold For Change” and the Caption contest held on 5th and 6th March on the Theme “ I am Proud to be a Woman…….”.
The formal session thus came to an end and the Cultural programmes begun.
The cultural session was hosted by Ms.Kathyayani and Ms. Niharika of II M.SC Biochemistry.The events of Clutural Session included Dance by M.Sic I & II year Chemistry and I year Biochemistry and Physics students. Skit by I M.Sc Biocheimistry Students on the theme “I Can and I Will”, A Short film titled “MOM” was by II.MSc Biochemistry Students depicting the role of a mother as the multi tasker and with the message on never underestimate a mother Swarna of I M.Sc Microbiology and Sneha ravali of I M.Sc Biochemistry praised women through songs. A special AV was played as a tribute to the most dedicated and loving staff of St.Pious X Degree and PG College. The Program ended with vote of thanks by Ms.D.Akhila of II M.Sc Biochemistry followed by showers of Blessing by Dr. Grace mam HOD ,PET AND Dr. Annie Sunil HOD , English.
St.Pious X Degree and PG College for Women celebrated National Science Day on 28th February 2018. About 25 schools were invited.
All the Science departments of the College displayed working models on theme Science and technology for sustainable future.Departments also demonstrated simple science experiments to inculcate scientific temper among high school students, who are the future generation of the country.