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16th,20-22 December, 2021


St. Pious X Degree & PG College for Women commenced its Annual Literary and Cultural Fest –Resonance-2021-22 on 16/12/21 at 11.00 am in the college auditorium which is organized by Cultural Committee of the college under the Coordinator ship of Mrs.D.Sangeeta Faculty Dept of Commerce. The event was inaugurated by correspondent Rev. Sr.Aphonsa & Principal Rev.Sr.Velangini. Dr.Annie Sunil, Dean-Students Affair & Dr. Sushma Patrick, Principal St. Pious X MBA College for Women extended their greetings & Best Wishes for Success of the Fest. The main objective of organising Reonance –Literary &cultural fest is to bring out innovative talents of the students.these competitions help students to know about various activities and competitions are being organized under the categories of Literary, Theatre Arts, Fine Arts, Dance & Music. During this three days of Resonace competitions students can exhibit and showcase their talents by participating in various competitions. After principal Rev.sis.Velangini declared the Resonance 2021 “Open”,the Event started with Group singing in the auditorium.


Overall 16 competitions were conducted under various categories and 550 students participated in the various competitions.The competitions were: Groupsinging, Pot painting, Mehandi, Jewellery Making, Vegetable or fruit carving, Extempore, JAM, Story telling, Cooking, Mime, Saree Draping, Rangoli, Drama, Hairstyling, Solo Dance and Group Dance.

15-23rd December, 2021


To celebrate the spirit of Christmas various competitions were organised for the students of all the streams from 15th to 23rd December 2021 by the Department of Chemistry & Social Science along with Prayer committee.

On 15th December, Greeting card making competition was organised by the Department of Chemistry in the MBA & UG library at 11:00 am. Students made beautiful handmade cards using natural source like leaves, different hand prints & paper cut-outs. A huge participation of 109 students made the event lively and highly enjoyable by their creative skills which were highly appreciated by the judges.


  • On 16th December, Star making competition was organised by the Department of Social Science. In this 27 groups (4 in each) giving a total 108 students participated & prepared beautiful stars showing their creative skills.
  • On 22nd December, Carol singing competition was organised by the Prayer Committee .Total 15 groups from various streams of undergraduate and postgraduate courses participated.
  • On 23rd December, a Live Crib competition was organised by the Prayer committee as Christmas celebration is never complete without a Christmas Crib. Overall 42 students from 8 different teams took part in live crib competition.
  • On the same day there was Christmas celebration for Students started with the blessings of the God in the auditorium followed by Carol singing, Nativity scene which was highly appreciated by the Chief Guest, Rev Jacquline Poornima. Rev sister B. Velangini ,Principal of the college wished everyone a Merry Christmas and gave message to the students to improve & give their in every aspects of life. Chief Guest of the event, Rev.Jacquline Poornima also addressed the gathering with her beautiful words. Dr. Annie Sunil, Dean Student affairs & Academics, Dr.Sushma, Principal MBA College,All the Heads of the Departments of various streams also wished merry Christmas to Everyone. Secret Santa distributed chocolates to the students which made the event lively & full of joy. Winners of all the competitions held as a part of Christmas Celebration were encouraged and appreciated by the distribution of prizes.



Dept of Social Sciences and English organised farewell for B.A students on 26thAugust, 2021. Department of Physics conducted Farewell to III UG Physical Sciences students on 12th August, 2021. I M.S.C Biochemistry students organised a farewell party for their seniors 2019-2021 batch on 17th August,2021 in the Auditorium. Department of Business Management bid farewell (Hasta La Vista) to the first outgoing batch (BBA 2018-21) on 7th August, 2021. Apart from different cultural events, Ms. Piousian (BBA) competition was held. Ms. Nethi Aishwarya, Ms. Vishwaja and Ms. Nimra Noorain were the winner and runners up.

5TH September, 2021


Department of Mathematics and Statistics organized Teachers’ Day celebrations on the Birth anniversary of Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan on 6th September 2021 in the college auditorium.


Principal Rev. Sr. Velangini Kumari and Mrs. K. Malathi Devi, Head, Dept. of Social Sciences were invited as guests for the event. On this occasion several fun games were conducted for the faculty. Two dance performances and short film by the faculty were presented.

21st August, 2021


On 21-8-2021, the Feast of our Patron St.Pious X was celebrated on a virtual platform connecting hundreds of students and faculty online. The celebration started with prayers led by Dr. Grace Beena Paul, HoD, Dept. of Zoology and choir added melodious hymns†praising the virtues of Patron Saint.† Mother Lynda, former Superior General of CSA, Sr Japamala, Superior General of CSA, Sr Velangini, Principal and heads of all the departments honored the Patron Saint. Sr Velangini delivered a beautiful message on the life of St.Pious†X and the example which he set for the next generations to follow. Sister thanked patron saint for his eternal blessings on the Institution.


The organizing departments Physics, Zoology and Genetics of the celebration conducted the following competitions.
1. Know your Patron saint (online quiz) for first year students
2. Solo dance on the theme family values (second years)
3. The virtues of St.Pious (third years).
The audience of the virtual platform applauded the participants.
The programme ended with showers of blessings

26th March, 2021


On 26th March 2021, the family of St. Pious X College celebrated the completion of 25years of Religious Consecration in the Service of the Lord by Principal, Sr. B. Velangini Kumari. The faculty, administration and support staff admired and applauded the achievements of dearest Sister, during the 25years of her religious and exemplary life with love and affection.


The Eucharistic celebration continued with felicitation adding to the festive atmosphere. Sister expressed her gratefulness to God for His undivided love, thanked the Catechist Sisters of St.Ann’s Congregation and all the members of St. Pious X family who supported her to reach the 25thJubilee milestone year. The festive atmosphere continued with photo session followed by grand lunch.

8th March, 2021

Women’s Day

The Department of Computer Science and Chemistry had jointly celebrated International Women’s Day on 8th March, 2021. The celebration started with motivational messages by Sr. Japamala, Correspondent and Sr. Velangini, Principal. Guest speaker on this special occasion was Ms. G. Angela David, Psychological Counselor at Sahayam Psychological Counseling Centre, Osmania University. Hyderabad. With her strong personality and positive approach towards life, Ms. Angela filled the students with positivism and strength to face the life struggles without underestimating themselves. With this thought a Panel discussion was arranged and coordinated by Mrs. K.V.M. Udaya Lakshmi, Head, department of Computer Science and the theme for the panel discussion was “Women in Corporate World - Challenges and Solutions” .


The panelists for the discussion were JVL Bharati ,Advocate, Sandhya Sooram, Advocate, D. Sujatha Cecilia, Director, ATM, Dr. Mala Das Sharma, Head, Department of Chemistry, Vaishnavi Akula, Student Council President, III BA EPP student and Kavya Subramanian, Student Council member, I MBA. Department of Computer Science also released an E-Magazine on this special occasion. A ballet was performed by the students of first year UG on theme ‘Women in Leadership: Achieving an equal future in a Covid-19 world’. A Talent Show was also conducted by the first year students. The College Management appreciated and motivated the faculty for their research contribution in the form of incentives. Altogether 34 faculty received the incentives. Degree final year and first year students of all streams along with faculty participated in the celebration.

21st- 28th February, 2021

National Science Day

On 21st- 28th Feb, 2021 all the Science departments came together and organized various activities on the theme "Innovate and Renovate India" to celebrate the National Science Day with the students:

  • Biochemistry: Organized a Painting Competition
  • Zoology and Genetics: Organized a Collage Competition 15 Students have participated.

  • Physics: Conducted online open competition on "My Innovation Dream Gadget-2050”from 21st-27th February, 2021 for all school and college students and organized a webinar on "Need of Innovation for Athmanirbar Bharat" in association with VIBHA, an NGO.
  • Microbiology: On 22nd February 2021 Celebrated National Science Day by organizing online Power point presentation for School and College students on the theme Innovations of 21st Century. 6 teams registered and mailed their Powerpoint presentations and the winners of the competition were awarded with certificates:
  • I PRIZE: Self Driving Cars: V. Bhavyatha –Class 8, St.Pious X High School, Ramnagar, Hyderabad
    II Prize: Innovations In The Field Of Medicine (3D printed organs):M. shirleymerlyn and K. preetha, IMGC, St.Pious X Degree and PG College, Hyderabad
  • Botany & Biotechnology: Organized E-poster competition on “Technology that aids in Agriculture.” 7 students from various schools and colleges participated in the competition.
  • First prize was bagged by Humera Fathima I MZC of St. Pious X College,
    Second prize was bagged by Catherine Theresa of St. Pious School,Ramnagar,
    Third prize bagged by Tanneru Sadvika I BCMC of St. Pious X College.
  • Chemistry: Organized an ‘e- workshop on Virtual Labs’ on 27th February, 2021 to celebrate National Science Day
  • Department of Statistics organized Online QUIZ COMPETITION on 28th Feb, 2021 on the occasion of “National Science Day” .Theme for National Science Day 2021 is “Future of STI: Impact on Education, Skills and Work”.

25th January, 2021


Dept. of Commerce conducted Poster/Collage making & Essay Writing competitions on 25 January, 2021 on the occasion of 72nd Republic Day of India. Around 200 students participated Dept of Political Science and Public Administration on 26th January 2021Conducted online Competitions on Caricature and cooking for all the students online. Dept of Political Science and Public Administration on 26th January 2021 conducted online Competitions on Caricature and cooking for all the students online.

23rd December, 2020


The Departments of BBA, Statistics and English organized Christmas Celebrations for the staff on 23 December 2020. It was indeed a memorable occasion that started with a special prayer, followed by Carol singing, Choreo and mesmerising message befitting the occasion by Father, Laurdu Marreddy, Rector, St. John’s Regional Seminary, the Guest of honor for the event. Christmas greetings and New Year wishes were extended by Correspondent Sr. Japamala and Principal Sr.Velangini. The staff and management exchanged gifts and best wishes.


5th September, 2020

Teacher's Day 2020

The students of B. A, B.SC and B. COM organized Teachers’ Day Celebration on 5th September at 1pm on Google Platform. The program started with a welcome note followed by prayer, welcome dances and reflections by the students. Several activities were conducted for the staff making it a memorable one.

21st August, 2020

St. Pious Feast Report 2020

Department of Botany and Biotechnology has organized St. Pious Feast on 21st August 2020 which is celebrated as Institution day and broadcast on you tube. In connection to this celebration various competitions were organized like- 1) PADYA SRUJANA - Poetry / Micro-Tale Writing (Theme: Campus happy hours) 2) NRUTHYANJALI - Dance Pass On / Dance Collage (Group dance, video limit 4-5 min, ). 3) ANULIPTHA CHITHRAM PRAESHANAM - Snap and Share (Dress up in a particular Style / Culture with Innovative Tagline and Caption Description) 4) GAANA SPHARDHA - Singing Competition (Theme: Love, Compassionate, Care & Happiness) 5) SRUJANA, CHITHRA - Sketching / Painting (Theme: Happiness & Peace)


The response to these competitions were very encouraging, in spite of COVID-19 pandemic about 200 students have virtuallyparticipatedin these competition. Award certificate for winners and participation certificates for participants were given. The Feast was celebrated with prayer song, Scripture reading, Welcome dance, Life of St. Pious and his virtues, solo song, Solo dance,Group dance, Tits and Bits of Life, video clipping of prize winners and vote of thanks.

15th August, 2020

Independence Day

Each year, educational institutions across India mark Independence Day with much fervour. However, this year, the celebrations have moved to the online space due to the COVID-19 pandemic. To ensure that the spirit of patriotism lives on, St.Pious X Degree and PG College for Women, shifted their Independence Day celebrations online. Department of Commerce which was incharge of conducting this program planned a week-long celebration starting August 10th to August 15th, 2020. Chitrakar- An Art Competition, Ek Safar Ki Kahaani, Chitron Ki Zubaani–A Content Writing Competition, AAlap – A Solo Singing Competition, Nachvea- A Solo Dance Competition and Trivia on Reminiscing Independent India- A Quiz Competition, were organised as intercollegiate competitions, in advance inviting participation from both Faculty and students. These events saw a very good response of over 500 entries from various colleges who had to submit photographs and videos online. The names of the winners were announced during the I-Day celebrations.


Independence Day celebrations on 15th August, 2020 was conducted on virtual platform considering the safety measures demanded by the present situation. The day started with prayer invoking God’s blessings on all. The flag was hoisted by Rev.Sr.Velangini, Principal at the college premises. The same was recorded and shown to the students. Col.Ramanuj Singh retired from Indian Army, presently serving as commanding Officer of Telangana Girls NCC, was the Chief Guest who gave the I-Day message. Correspondent Rev.Sr.Japamala and Principal Rev.Sr.Velangini extended their greetings to all. Mrs.G.Naga Laxmi spoke on the significance of the I-Day. Student speeches, songs and dances were a part of the celebration. A brief presentation on the significance of various Indian symbols and emblems was done by Mrs.MadhaviLatha. Mrs.JyothiSree rendered a sweet patriotic song suiting the occasion. The entire program was anchored by Mrs.MariaPAvithra. The program ended by vote of thanks give by Mrs.D.Geetha. The entire event held in the virtual space was shown live on You Tube channel.

30th june, 2020

Online Farewell to the Batch of 2017-2020

Farewell to the Batch of 2017-2020 was organised online on 30th June 2020. First part of the program was streamed online at 2pm to 4pm. Second part was conducted stream wise on Google Meet platform from 4pm tp 5.30 pm, where all the outgoing batch students were invited along with respective department faculty by the class representatives of 1st and 2nd year degree students. It was a memorable event in the history of the college. Amid the pandemic lockdown situation when the students and the entire country was uncertain about the reopening of educational institutions, it was the idea of the dynamic and thought provoking mind of the principal to hold a virtual graduation farewell programme towards the end of the month June. Class representatives and students of juniors with the support of the faculty of department of computer science meticulously planned and successfully bid a virtual farewell live on YouTube. The program began with a welcome invitation to all the dignitaries and the batch of 2017-20 by Mrs. Maria Pavithra from the department of Commerce. Reverence to God was offered through Prayer with song, “Greate is Thy Faithness…” followed by Scripture readings from Bible, Bhagwat Geetha and Quran by the junior students and Prayer symbolising the college motto: truth, light and life for the outgoing students was offered by the faculty Mrs. Sowmya Sree. The Correspondent, Sr. Japamala , in her address, advised the students to “ Look to the Past with Gratitude, Live the Present with Passion and Embrace the Future with Hope”. It is time to thank God for who designed their lives and parents, who took care of them and gave them education. She reminded them not to forget but to carry the vision of the college imparted and instilled by the management and lecturers in the students with holistic education and to be socially committed, responsible and competent individuals.


The Principal, Sr. Velangini, in her address, congratulated all the final year students for completing their three year graduation program at St. Pious X Degree & PG College for Women. She coined their focus on future carrier. In the journey of three years of their study, college has strived its best in providing from classroom teaching like guest lectures, seminars, workshops, field trips, carrier guidance programs, skill enhancement, certificate and diploma courses, to placement activities. The college invited various companies too. Before the lockdown IKS, Genpact, Franklyn Templeton, State Street Corporation, Hinduja Global Solutions, Sutherland Global Services, Amazon, Cap Gemini, Cognizant Synchrony Financials, Delloit, Infosys, Karvy and Tech Mahindra have conducted placement drive in the campus. 329 students are given offer letters this year. A good platform was provided to the students to expose to many opportunities globally with international conferences and international tours, research culture through paper presentations and many more. She expressed that there is no limit to the opportunities around and wished all those who are aspiring for higher education. Due to this present prevailing situation the students need to be extra talented and competent to grab the opportunity. She reminded them to keep the values they acquired at St. Pious. She expressed that we are missing all the colourful butterflies. She compared ourselves as smart phone in our hands. It requires adequate and regular charging to function properly. Undercharging and overcharging results in malfunctioning. In the same way we need to charge ourselves with enough food, rest and exercise during this covid pandemic time. Due to the constant advancement in the technology we are upgrading our devices with improved features for effective functioning. Similarly, we need to upgrade ourselves with the technology to be at par with the changing world. We must learn new skills, new techniques and proficiencies which will enhance our performance in our professional endeavours and to have an edge over others. Another feature of mobile phone is being a multi-roll wonder. Today our mobile phones help us to communicate, send messages, emails, socialise, listen to music, watch videos, take images, navigate and gather information simultaneously with just a touch on screen. It is a multi-roll wonder. It is the same scenario in our lives, we play multiple roles in our family, at work place and in social circles. Within the realm of these various roles we have to strike perfect balance and pay justice to all of them. Since all of the students are blessed with enormous potential like smart phones she wished all them to be a multi-roll wonders in their lives. We need to shut down our smart phone now and then and restart it. In the same way when we are tired mentally or physically we need to sit on a seat of silence, leave the wondering minds by minimising the traffic of thoughts and providing it in the right direction. Let the cosmic energy and the divine peace descend on all in silence. Another feature of smart phone is forwarding the messages. Forwarding positive messages energises in and around. Deleting unwanted stuff from our minds and move a head towards the future goal. Next 5 awards announcements were made by the Principal for the Categories, Miss Sai Likitha of III BCom (Reg) was awarded the best NCC Cadet 2017-20 Miss Roshni was awarded the best NSS Volunteer of the year 2017-20 Miss P. Deevi Varshitha of III PPML was awarded the best SPORTS Person of the year 2017-20 Miss. G. Victoria Rani was awarded the best PEARL Coordinator of the year 2017-20 Miss. P. Dharani of III MGC was awarded the best OUTGOING Student of the year 2017-20 After the Award Announcement, The Senior Faculty, Dr. Annie Sunil, Campus Coordinator, Mrs. K. Malathi Devi, HOD of Economics, Dr. Padmalatha, HOD of Biotechnology, Dr. Mala Das Sharma, HOD of Chemistry, Mrs. Naga Lakshmi, HOD of Commerce, expressed their greetings and wishes to the students. During Student Reflections, Miss Sela Debarma, President of the Student Council members one behalf of the outgoing batch students expressed her deep heartfelt reflections on their three year journey. Followed by the student council members of the 1st and 2nd year degree students, Miss Vaishnavi and others, on behalf of Juniors have expressed their greetings and wishes to all their seniors. Next part of the program was cultural program presented by the juniors, even in this lockdown difficulties the students have creatively and innovatively made use of the technology to entertain the seniors. Before the end of the program Memories of Outgoing students in and out of Campus activities was compiled in a nutshell and presented as a video. Miss Vaishnavi, Vice President of Student Council, Proposed Vote of thanks and the program came to an end by playing the song, Showers of Blessings.

8th March, 2020

International Women's Day

The theme for this year’s Women’s Day is EachForEqual, draws attention to the difference individuals can make."An equal world is an enabled world" - and every one of us can do our bit to bring about gender equality. This is an occasion for all of us to pause and reflect on ourselves, to appreciate how much has been done and what more needs to be done in the field of gender equality. The Department of Microbiology St. Pious X Degree & PG College for Women, Nacharam, took an initiative to acknowledge the significance of social, economic, cultural and political accomplishment of women by celebrating the International Womens Day 2020 on7 th March.


The Following programmes were organized by Department of Microbiology as part of the Womens Day celebrations.
  • Promotion of Women entrepreneurs by organizing stalls in the college premises. 30 women entrepreneurs exhibited their products like textiles, accessories, biodegradable products, foodetc. The response to the exhibition was tremendous.
  • Panel Discussion on the topic “ Everchanging Role, Lifestyle and challenges of a Modern Women”.The Eminent Panelists incuded, Dr. Vidya Sravanthi- a top notch entrepreneur, and founder director of, Reqelford International School, Mrs Kiran Dembla, Celebrity Fitness expert, disc jockey ,Mountaineer ,Tedx speaker and photographer., Dr. MangaiNivaskumar, Founder of Avra life Sciences and an Alumni of our college,Mrs Honey Jain Guha –Designer and Owner at Design Cottage, Hyderabad, MrsSesikiranNarayana,an upcoming Movie Director and Daughter of Popular comedian M.S Narayana.,and Ms. Subiya student Council Member St. Pious College. The panelists raised several key points on the Topic, and discussed several issues related to Problems of modern day women
  • A Collage Competition on the Topic “Women and Society” was organized for the students. 15 Teams participated in the competition
  • A power point presentation competiton on the theme “ A legendary Woman of Importance”. 12 teams participated in the competition.

28th Feb, 2020

National Science Day

National science day is celebrated in India on February 28th every year. The day is celebrated to commemorate the discovery of the Raman Effect by the great Indian physicist Sir C.V. Raman on February 28, 1928. He was awarded the Nobel prize in Physics in 1930 for the same. The theme of the National Science Day for this year is ‘Women in Science’. National Science Day was celebrated at St. Pious X Degree and PG College for women this year with the aim of creating scientific awareness and sensitizing the young minds towards science and research. The programme started with a prayer session followed by welcoming of our prestigious chief guests Dr. Mahtab S. Bamji Retd. Scientist from NIN, Prof. B. N. Reddy, Retd. Professor from Osmania University and Dr. Srinivasa Rao, General Secretary of Jana Vignana Vedika, accompanied by Sr. Velangini our Principal and Campus Coordinator Mrs.Annie Sunil. Prof. B. N. Reddy who enlightened us with the importance of science in today’s generation and the coming future. He also indicated that India has played major roles in science. He also reviewed on the latest Mangalyan project. He also encouraged all the students to be passionate about what they do in the immense field of science. Dr. Srinivasa Rao, highlighted on how students give importance to other fields like cricket and movies but do not know the importance of the latest developments in science.


Dr. Mahtab S. Bamji gave a power point presentation on the problems that women face in the field of science and in education. She also illuminated students with various statistics on subject-wise mean achievement score of students of national level. She emphasized that women contributed significantly to the economic well-being of the family and women take on the burden of homemaking, work outside home and fighting male chauvinism. She has shown a report by an article from Times of India, ‘A Wide Gulf’ which had information about the percentage of women in science faculty of various institution and universities and that women make up only 8% of ISRO’s Scientific and technical staff makeup of women. She then elaborated on the recommendations, policies and programmes to overcome these problems such as Inclusion of women in selection committees, mandatory inclusion of women speakers in conferences, encouragement of girl students to study science etc. A PPT presentation was given by the students about 45 famous women scientists who have contributed and excelled in their fields . . Science is often considered as a male- dominant field. In fact, according to United Nations Data, less than 30% of scientific researchers worldwide are women. But despite challenges of gender discrimination and lack of recognition in the scientific community, countless inspiring women in these fields have made historic contributions to science and helped advance understanding of the world around us. The programme was concluded with vote of thanks and culminated with a photo shoot along with the chief guests and faculty from science departments. The event was attended by 179 students accompanied by 12 faculty members from 7 different schools of Hyderabad.
  • Sandeepam Vidhyalayam School (19)
  • Wesley Co education High School (4)
  • Sanghi Vidhyanikethan School (52)
  • Vidhya Bharti High School (50)
  • St. Ann’s High School (14)
  • Dominic Savio Model School (39)
  • Johnson Grammar High School (1)
All departments of Life sciences- Microbiology, Biochemistry, Botany, Biotechnology, Zoology, Genetics and Physical Sciences – Maths, statistics, physics, chemistry, computer science have enlightened the students by demonstrating vivid and educative experiments like blood grouping, analysis of bio molecules, enzyme assays. They were also briefed about the instruments like microscopes, Incubators, Fermentors etc. Students had some fun learning experience by watching the specimens on display and also the microscopic slides of Bacteria, Fungi and Algae, some illuminating experiments based on Dispersion, Piezoelectric effect, Laser beam etc. and also posters related to applications of Math and Statistics in real life.

27th-30th January, 2020


An intra collegiate competition series comprising of academic, cultural and sports titled, ‘Ecstasy-Resonance 2020’ had been hosted by Department of Chemistry, St. Pious X Degree & PG College for Women from 27th January to 30th January, 2020.The motto of Ecstacy – Resonance 2020 is to provide a platform to the students to showcase their talents and to encourage them to explore themselves by participating in various competitions. The response from the students towards all the events was overwhelming. Altogether 21 competitions and 6 sports events had been conducted by 14 departments. A total of 1560 students from undergraduate and post graduate courses of different discipline participated with full enthusiasm in the various competitions. The Inaugural session was held on 27th January at 9:30 am. The session started with the Prayer followed by lightening of lamp by the dignitaries. Dr. Mala Das Sharma, Head dept of chemistry welcomed the gathering with brief introduction of the program. Mrs. Annie Sunil, Campus coordinator presented the significance of the Resonance. Rev Sister Japamala, correspondent of the college enlightened the gathering with her encouraging message. Rev Sister velangini, Principal, motivated the students to take part in the various competitions through her inaugural speech. The opening of Ecstacy Resonance 2020 was declared by the Correspondent Rev Sister Japamala and Principal, Rev sister velangini in presence of other dignitaries and student council members. The inaugural session was concluded by the vote of thanks delivered by Dr. Snehalatha.


Day 1, 27th Jan 2020 In the post inaugural session, the competition started with Academic Tambola organised by the Dept of Chemistry in the auditorium at 10:00 am. A huge participation of 197 students made the event lively and highly enjoyable. At 10:45am, Department of English conducted calligraphy competition, where 71 participants took part in the competition. Bouquet making competition organised by department of Zoology and Genetics and JAM conducted by department of Chemistry were held parallely in different venues. The number of participants was 19 and 37 respectively. Post lunch session commenced at 1:30pm. Department of Library organized LIBLOT Competition .A huge response of 100 participants contested for this competition. Pot Designing competition was the last event of day 1 organised by Dept of Mathematics in which 23 students participated. With active cooperation of faculty and students of various departments, the competitions scheduled for day 1 was successfully organised. In the sports category Basket ball and volley ball competitions were organised by Physical education Department in which 48 students participated in each of the competition. On the same day carom competition was also organised in which 65 students participated. Day 2 i.e 28th Jan,2020 An innovative competition ‘Film Documentary was organised by Department of Computer science as an opening event at 9:30AM. 18 students participated and showed their creativity. Two parallel competitions, Mehndi with a theme ‘Contemporary Arabic ‘ and Poetry writing were organised by the Dept of Mathematics and Department of English at 10:45 am. The innovation and creativity of the students observed in these two competitions deserves appreciation and admiration. Total number of participants for mehndi competition was 116. Poetry recitation competition in the language of participant’s choice was organised by Dept of MBA. Number of contestants was 11 for Sanskrit, 8 in Hindi and 7 in Telugu poetry recitation. At 11:55, Department of Biochemistry organized vegetable and fruit carving competition in which 26 participants took part and showed their creativity and presentation skills. Department of Microbiology had organised Hairstyle competition on the theme ‘Party style ‘in which a total of 48 students participated and exhibited their talent. In a grand way Department of Physics organised colourful Rangoli competition on the theme ‘Festivals of India’ at 2:30 PM. Options were open for dot design rangoli and design rangoli. Number of participants was 79 for dot design and 27 for design rangoli. With this day 2 competitions was concluded. In the sports four different events, Tennikoit, Atheletics (100mts), Long Jump and short put were organised by Department of Physical Education where number of participants was 64, 80, 25 and 76 respectively. A great enthusiasm and focus were noticed in all the participants

Day 3 i.e 29th Jan 2020 The day started with two simultaneous competitions, Sudoku organised by Dept of Statistics and Tatto making competition on the theme of ‘Save Environment ‘was organised by the Dept of Botany and Bio- technology. A very good response of 120 participants in Sudoku and 21 in Tatto making was observed. The photography skill was showcased by 21 students in photography competition organised by Dept of Mass communications and Psychology. The number of participants was 21. At 11:55am, singing competition was organised by dept of Social sciences with 19 participant in solo singing and 5 groups in group singing where each group was comprised of a minimum of six students. We were happy to see that 64 girls participated in cookery competition organised by the department of Botany and Biotechnology with the zeal of cooking and prepared delicious dishes. The last competition of the day was Nail Art organised by the Dept of Genetics and Zoology .16 students participated and showcased their artistic talent in the competition.
Day 4 i.e 30th jan 2020 On this 4th day the program started with Stand up comedy competition and Fashion show in parallel session organised by Department of Genetics and Department of Commerce respectively. The number of participants for stand up comedy and fashion show was 6 and 44 respectively. The most exciting dance competition on the theme ‘Brides of India’ was organised by department of II Languages. A total of 111 participants including solo and group dance contested for the competition. A flash mob was also arranged for recreation and enjoyment. Here With this we successfully completed all the competitions of ecstasy resonance 2020 and overall it was a grand success. Now in the valedictory session, list of the winners will be announced and prizes will be given to them by our respected correspondent and Principal.

23rd January, 2020

National Voter's Day

In collaboration with GHMC, the Department of Political Science organised Essay Writing and Elocution Competitions for B.A students on account of 10 th National Voters Day with an objective to increase enrolment of Voters, and awareness of their ethical voting rights in order to make universal franchise a complete reality and enhance the quality of Indian democracy.


The topic for Elocution and Essay writing were “How to reduce role of money in elections.”

21st December, 2019

Christmas Day Celebrations

On 21st December 2019, the family of St.Pious celebrated Christmas . The department of physics is the incharge department for the celebrations. The celebrations started with special prayer followed by skit with a message and nativity scene. The Christmas message was given by the chief guest Br.Jhon Kallereckar, Montford Diocese . Christmas greetings and new year wishes were extended by Correspondent Sr.Japamala and Principal Sr.Velangini to the staff and students.


The staff and management exchanged gifts and best wishes. Department of Physics organised competitions for students in Carol singing , crumbling and icing the cake from 18th-20th, December 2019.

20th December, 2019

National Mathematics Day

The Department of Mathematics celebrated the ‘National Mathematics Day’ on 20th Dec. 2019 in the conference Hall at 2:00 pm, on the birth anniversary of Sri Srinivasa Ramanujan, the famous Mathematician.


On this occasion, Ms. Vinaika of 3rd Bsc (MSCS) presented a paper on ‘APPLICATIONS OF MATHEMATICS IN VARIOUS FIELDS’, where she gave the importance of Mathematics in day to day life.

6th & 7th December, 2019

Two International Conferences

An international conference was organized as IQAC initiative on 6th and 7th December, 2019 by the Departments of Physical and Life Sciences on “Innovations and Applications in Basic Sciences for Sustainable Development 2019” in collaboration with IMRF Institute of Higher Education and Research, India. The second international conference was organized also as an IQAC initiative on “Impact of Digitization on Language, Business and Social Sciences, 2019” by the Departments of Languages, Commerce, Business Administration and Social Sciences on 6th and 7th December, 2019. The motto of the conferences was to reflect the pioneering state of research in Science, Commerce & Business, Arts and Social Sciences. The response towards both the conferences was overwhelming. 180 academicians and research scholars from different International and National - Academic and Research Institutions participated in the conferences. In addition to them, 288 students also attended the conferences. 16 experts of national and international reputation, from different disciplines in India and abroad, delivered lead talks. 35 sponsors utilized the platform to promote their respective organizations and extended their wholehearted support in organizing the conferences.


The Chief Guest Dr. S. Venugopala Chary, Special representative of Telangana state, Guest of Honour Prof.V.Venkata Ramana, Vice Chairman, TSCHE, Special Guest Dr. Sr. U. Nirmala, Provincial Superior, CSA, Hyderabad Province graced the inaugural session. Dr. D B Ratnakar, Director (Academics) IMRF Institute of Higher Education & Research Vijayawada, India was the Main Convenor. The keynote address was delivered by Prof. Dr. G. Kuppuram, Visiting professor, Department of Human Evolutionary Biology and Applied Archaeology, School of Sciences, Turkana University, Lodwar, Kenya. Separate seminar proceedings with ISBN number were released for both the conferences in the inaugural session.

20th and 21st August, 2019

Institutional Day Celebrations

The Piousians celebrated the feast of ST.PIOUS X as the Institution Day named after him on 20th & 21st August, 2019. His life is the source of inspiration to us and his noble qualities are a ray of light and hope to enlighten our lives. Correspondent Rev. Sr. Japamala, Principal Rev. Sr. Velangini, Campus Coordinator Dr. Annie Sunil graced the day with their presence. To make everyone understand the life of great person, significance of St. Pious X Feast was given by Mrs. Monoshri Mitra, HOD English. This was followed by a prayer session.


The dignitaries honored the Patron Saint with candles and floral offerings. The Dignitaries & Student representatives lit the lamp to invoke celestial blessings. As a mark of respect candles were offered to the patron saint by HODs and Senior Faculty members Dr. Vindhyavasini, Mrs. Uma Maheshwari, Mrs. Malathy, Dr. Mala Das Sharma, Dr. Komala, Mrs. Nagalakshmi, Dr. Padmalatha, Dr. Grace Beena Paul, Dr. Sreedevi, Mrs. Vanisree, Mrs. Latha, Dr. Sushma, Mrs. Monoshri Mitra, Mrs. Udayalakshmi, Mrs. Gayathri, Mrs. Anitha, Mrs. Mubeen, Mrs. Sunitha, Dr. Bhavani, Mrs. Siddiqua, Mr. Suresh and Mrs. Rajeshwari. The patron saint was offered a floral tribute by class representatives.

As a part of cultural activities, a dance choreography named ‘Story’ was performed by Sarah (III BCom CS A) and group. A play “Everyman” was also enacted by students on the theme of Virtues of life like truth, good deeds, knowledge, friendship, riches and worldly pleasures and more. The audience enjoyed the play and appreciated the performers. A short film was played showing the life history and principles of St. Pious X. Group song and group dance competition was conducted and a rolling shield was given to the winning team.
After the cultural activities the Correspondent Rev. Sr. Japamala and Principal Rev. Sr. Velangini addressed the gathering and gave their message. Mrs. Manjusha Nitturkar delivered the Vote of Thanks. The day ended with Showers of Blessings song.

12th &13th August, 2019

National Librarians’ Day - 2019

The National Librarians’ Day is observed on 12 August every year to commemorate the birth anniversary of Padmashri Dr S. R. Ranganathan (1892-1972), who is considered as father of library science in India. Dr. Ranganathan dedicated his entire life to library profession in India leaving a rich legacy. On 127th birth anniversary of Dr. S. R. Ranganathan. On this occasion the Department of Library and Information Science conducted series of activities to the St pious students..


05-08-2019-Book Exhibition

The Book Exhibition - 2019, was inaugurated by Rev.Sr.Velangini , principal. Staff of Students of St pious college visited the exhibition with great interest. The Library staff exhibited the in-house collection to create an awareness and interest among the users regarding the availability of books in their interest.

05-08-2019-Loud Reading

A Story weaving competition was conducted for the students on 5th August,2019. The topic was”e-Learning”. Total eleven students were participated and write nice stories on that topic.

05-08-2019-Story Weaving

The Loud Reading competition was conducted for the students to test their reading capacity. More than 150 students participated in this competition and they enjoyed a lot.

06-08-2019-Gameskill Competition

Gameskill competition was conducted to the St Pious students. It is an interesting group activity based on library system, resources and services. The main objective of this competition is to familiarize available library resources and services to the students. Total 120 Students (30 Groups) participated from all the stream.


13-08- 2019 -Librarians Day Celebration.The Library of St Pious X Degree & PG College for Women, Nacharam, Hyderabad celebrated National Librarian’s Day on 13 August 2019. The occasion was graced in the presence of Rev.Sr Japamala , Correspondant, Rev.Sr.Velangini, Principal, Dr.Annie Sunil, Campus Coordinator, Library Committee , Students with library staff of the College. The programme began with the traditional lightening of the lamps with floral tribute to Dr. S. R. Ranganathan, father of library science in India. All staff of the Library and students paid homage and tribute to illustrious Guru Dr. S.R Ranganathan. Rev.Sr Japamala, Correspondent, Rev.Sr.Velangini , Principal appreciated the participants of the competitions and awarded the prizes to the winners .



“Ben Venuto Amigos 2k19” on 9 August was organised to welcome the Batch of 2019. The purpose of the Freshers Party was to make every new student feel connected as an integral part of the Pious family and be ready to take on the challenges of the year ahead. The fresher’s day was filled with excitement, joy, music, enthusiasm, laughter and happiness. The dress code for the fresher’s day was “dress your best” As a trend of the institute, the party with the auspicious lamp lighting ceremony and prayers. The occasion was graced by the presence of Correspondant, Principal, Campus Coordinator and HoD of Mathematics. Followed by the welcome speech by K.Sridevi, and the freshers were formally welcomed into the Pious Family.


The event started with the welcome Dance, performed by the second year students followed by significance of the day and the prayer session.
Investiture Ceremony as the custom of the St Pious Family the Students from various groups were selected as council members and were felicitated for their various roles in the college.


After the investiture ceremony the correspondent addressed the gathering then followed by the principal speech. The Miss Fresher competition started with the screening the students with a 'ramp walk' out of which 90 students were selected for the first round by the judges.The second round of Miss Fresher’s was conducted with 40 contestants,where they showcase their hidden talent, like dancing, singing and poetry with in a minute . After the second round, 15 participants were selected for the next round. And the final round of Miss Fresher competition was question –answer round, conducted with 15 participants. The jury asked some mind twisting questions and some of them were able to tackle them very well, Based on the answers given, 3 participants were selected. The final result of Miss Fresher competition was announced by the principal. The MISS PIOUS was bagged by Ms Amritha Bhattacharya (B.COM(CS-A))
The first runnerup was bagged by Ms Wajiha Kamal (BBA)
The second runnerup was bagged by Ms Meenal (B.COM(General)
The program culminated with a cultural performance by the students. The cultural events were presented to communicate to students and other audience as a token of welcoming the freshers. The program concluded with a vote of thanks. All the freshers including the senior’s rocked the program and departed with showers of blessings.



Though Miles may lie between us
We are never apart,
For friendship doesn’t count miles
It’s, measured by the heart

2019 bade a grand farewell Ciao Bello 2019 to the batch of 2016-19 on 30th April. The program kicked off with well-wishing notes to the outgoing batch from the management lecturers and Student Council Vice President, followed by a beautiful welcome dance by Grishmi & team. The occasion was graced by Sr. Velangini, Principal St. Pious X College, Sr. Lourdmary, Procreator Cathechist Sister of St. Ann’s and Dr. Annie Sunil, Campus Co-ordinator.

The significance of farewell is to give a grand exit to the parting students of our institution with great hopes and lots of luck. With the blessings of lord we lit the lamp of success and passed the candles among all final year students for a prayer and oath ceremony.

The Principal, praised and appreciated the outgoing batch for their contribution and participation throughout their term in college. She stated that Pious has always been a cradle of culture and aspirations to the young minds and its wings will always be safeguarding the dignities conferred the students all throughout their life. Once a Piousian will always be a Piousian.


The party was rocking with vibrant activities and contests like Ramp Walks for Miss Pious, Icebreakers sessions and dance performances. Miss Pious was crowned to , the first runner up….. , second runner up…. , and other title holders Miss Princess, Miss Gorgeous Attire, Miss Confident, Miss Charming Smile were Adelina, Tina Fernandez , Lyah Simran….,and … respectively. The Pious ground was energized once again with rainbow of mixed emotions and ever youthful smiles. The reflections of the past were shared by the students of various departments and lecturers. The program ended with a profound vote of thanks and departed with showers of blessings.




February 23, 2019 was a memorable day in the annals of St Pious X Degree and PG College of Women. The day marked the completion of 25 successful years of the college’s pursuit in serving the society. Established in the year 1993 by the congregation of Catechist Sisters of St Ann’s with the vision of empowering women through value-based education.
Guard of Honor
The students of NCC wing presented a guard of honor to the eminent guests of the event on their arrival. They belong to the ranks of Senior under officer, Junior under officer, Sergeant and Cadets.
Guests of the event were

  • President, Rev Sr. Rose Linda, Superior General of Catechist Sisters of St Ann’s
  • Chief Guest, Sri Navin Mittal, Commissioner of Collegiate and Technical Education, Telangana
  • Guest of Honor, Prof S. Ramachandram, Vice Chancellor, Osmania University, Hyderabad.
Special Guests:
  • Rev Sr. U. Nirmala, Provincial Superior, Catechist Sisters of St Ann’s (CSA) Hyderabad Province and Former Principal.
  • Rev Sr. K. Sundari, Provincial Superior, CSA, Guntur Province.
  • Rev Sr. Eliza Gopu, Former Superior General, CSA.
  • Rev Sr. Regina Singa Reddy, Former Superior General, CSA and Founder Principal of St Pious X Degree and PG College for Women.

  • Correspondent, Rev Sr. Japamala V
  • Principal St Pious X Degree and PG College for Women Sr. Velangini Kumari B
  • Principal St Pious MBA college Prof. K. Kalidas
The celebrations began invoking God’s blessings by college choir singing HIS faithfulness throughout the past 25 years of college’s journey and HIS unchanging love and compassions in tough and good times. This was followed by reading the Holy Scriptures. A choreography depicting the virtues of patron St Pious X whose motto was to “Restore all things to Christ” was presented by students with an intent to integrate these values into college culture so that students can imbibe the values of Mercy, Love, Generosity, Faith, Humility, Simplicity, Fortitude, Intelligence, Confidence and Peace. A welcome dance was performed on a song specially composed for the occasion that narrates the work and effort of Catechist Sisters of St Ann’s, a congregation founded by Rev Fr Silvio Pasquali and other pioneers like President Rose Linda,Visionary Eliza Gopu, Founder Principal Regina Singa Reddy, Dr. U. Nirmala, Sr.Manikayam, Rev SrVelangini and Sr faculty who were from the inception of college.
Welcome address by Principal
Rev Sr. Velangini thanked and welcomed the distinguished guests and pioneers in the field of education in Hyderabad, followed by acknowledging the contribution and support of management representatives of CSA, various stakeholders like parents, alumni, students and faculty of the college and welcomed heads of other institutions and sponsors.
Message by chief guest
Sri Navin Mittal appreciated the college for securing an A+ grade in the Reaccreditation cycle of NAAC assessment with a high score of 3.38. Sir appreciated the efforts of the college in sustaining and growing for the past 25 years. He also congratulated the excellent work and concerted effort of management and staff in building careers and empowering lives of thousands of women thus contributing in reforming the society. Sir thanked the management for volunteering to mentor government colleges in improving their quality standards so as to meet the requirements and also guiding them in the process of NAAC assessment. He commented in doing so the college is striving and setting examples of selfless service in society.
Felicitation of former principals
The college felicitated the former principals of St Pious X Degree and PG College for Women for their commendable service and congratulated them for their contribution in various timelines in achieving this milestone.
  • Rev. Sr. Regina Singareddy, Founder Principal of the College and Former Superior General, Catechist sisters of St Anns.
  • Dr. Rev. Sr. U. Nirmala, Provincial Superior, Hyderabad Province of Catechist sisters of St Anns
  • Rev.Sr. G.Manikyam, Principal, St. Pious X Junior College, Ramnagar, Hyderabad

Felicitation of Retired staff in Faculty category
  • Dr. Veena Rishi, Former Head, Department of Botany (1985 to 2015)
  • Mrs. K. Rajasree, Former Head, Department of Political Science (1988 to 2015)
  • Mrs. R. Shailaja, Former Head, Department of Commerce (1986 to 2015)
  • Dr. R. Rajyalakshmi, Former Head, Department of Hindi (1996 to 2016)
  • Mrs. S. Lalitha Devi, Former Head, Department of Sanskrit (1988 to 2017)
  • Mrs. N. Rajeshwari, Former Head, Department of Physics (1986 to 2012)
  • Dr. G. J. Grace, Former Head, Department of Physical Education (2011 to 2017)
  • Mrs. Ratnabai, Senior Office Assistant (1999 to 2017)
The college felicitated staff for working with St Pious X Degree and PG college and with other St Pious institutions.
Souvenir Release
The college souvenir was released by Chief Guest Mr. Nain Mittal Commissioner of Collegiate and Technical education. The souvenir expresses the panoramic view of the institution right from its inception, its growth and milestones. The souvenir “The silver sands” of St pious X Degree and PG College for Women in its totality is a vivid representation of texture of times of institution featuring the activities of departments, achievements of teachers, students and various articles written by students and faculty
Presenting of Sketches to dignitaries
Ms Divya Beulah from 1st MZC identified as an aspiring entrepreneur by college management was encouraged for her exceptional sketching skill. She was encouraged to exhibit her art to the dignitaries by presenting a sketch of their portraits.
Message by President: Rev. Sr. Rose Linda Vazhapilly
At the outset Sr. Rose Linda conveyed her wishes to the gathering on the occasion of the Silver jubilee celebrations of the college. She congratulated the Principal, staff, students, parents and stakeholders on this memorable day of 25 years in the field of education. She appreciated the college for empowering the students with valuable and all-round development. She thanked Former superior general and visionary Eliza Gopu who had a vision of providing higher education for rural women. She deeply thanked and appreciated the former Principal, Sr. Regina for laying strong foundation and being instrumental in leading the college to excellence. She stated that excellence is seldom the result of chance but often the result of vision, planning and commitment. She thanked Dr Sr Nirmala for building the college excellently and introducing the college to NAAC assessment and securing a “A” grade initially. She acknowledged the companionship of Rev Sr Manikyam the then Vice Prinicpal and Senior faculty during the first cycle. She stated that incredible and harmonious blend of talent and goodness is the essence of the college. She even appreciated the present principal Sr Velangini, Correspondent Rev Sr Japamala and Former Principal Dr Sr Nirmala’s strenuous efforts in securing A+ grade in second cycle. She called out students and said that they should raise their scales high and aim to achieve it.
Message by Rev. Sr. Regina Singa Reddy, Former Superior General & Founder Principal of the College:
Sister congratulated the Management Staff and Students of St. Pious X Degree & PG College for Women on the occasion of Silver Jubilee celebrations. She expressed her delight to be a part of college’s Silver Jubilee celebration for which she was First and former Principal. She expressed that it is always a proud moment in the life of any education institution to celebrate such milestone. Sister congratulated the college for its reputation as an outstanding college for imparting value-based education. Sister reminisced the period between 1993 and 2018 and felt a deep sense of satisfaction for having achieved a lot more than what was initially envisioned. She extends her warmest wishes to all members of the College.
Message by Rev. Dr. Sr. U. Nirmala, Provincial Superior, Catechist Sisters of St Ann’s (CSA) Hyderabad Province and Former Principal of college
Sister expressed her joy of college completing 25 years of journey. She reinstated that key to success is to explore oneself with various opportunities provided and participate without inhibitions. She expressed her dream is to see that the college earn great achievements and titles not just in National level platforms but reach beyond to international platforms. She said that when every person works as a contributor, a synergized effect is created that will thrust the talents and performance to greater heights enabling college to scale new heights. She thanked the management for opportunities given to serve the institution for years. She congratulated the management staff alumni and students for reaccreditation of A+ grade.
A video documentary report was presented to the audience that gave a glimpse about the inception of the college and the pioneers who established it. The report also gave insights into the advancements of infrastructure facilities, the functioning of statutory committees and IQAC cell, the list of courses and programs offered, the growing strength of the college, the Linkages MOU and collaborations with the various industries and premier institutions that play a vital role in college environment, the institution of Research and innovation and Entrepreneurial Development cell and achievements in Cultural and Sports activities, the conductance of Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR), NCC, Pious Empowerment and Reachout Program for Learning (PEARL) and NSS camps, Placement records and major Institutional accomplishments
Cultural Fiesta
The program culminated with a scintillating cultural performance by the students. The thematic cultural events were presented to communicate to students and other audience certain messages on social issues, positive thinking and patriotism through skits, mimes and dance forms. The themes include Nature conservation, Unity in Diversity, Positive emotions like Joy, Optimism and contentment and a tribute to soldiers who were martyred at Pulwama attack. The celebrations concluded with vote of thanks by Cultural Secretary Aishwarya Sebastein followed by Showers of Blessings.



A jubilee is the celebration of the anniversary of a special event, Silver jubilee is a celebration held to mark a 25th anniversary. It has a special significance in the life of any institution as it signifies a coming of age and maturity. The glorious 25 years of St. Pious X Degree & PG College for Women! As a part of the celebration PIOUS ESCADA, RESONANCE 2019 intra-collegiate and inter-collegiate competitions were organized at St. Pious X Degree & PG College for Women from 31st January, 1st February, 7th February and 8th February 2019.

I, Mrs Pritha Ghosh, Co-ordinator, Cultural Committee am here to deliver the report of the PIOUS ESCADA, RESONANCE 2019 Intercollegiate Competitions. Ms. Pritha Ghosh and Ms. Rajeetha Mondal from Department of Microbiology hosted the inaugural session. Secretary and Correspondent Rev. Sr. Japamala Showrillu, Principal Sr. B. Velangini, St. Pious X Degree & PG College for Women and Prof. Kalidas, MBA Principal, St. Pious X Degree & PG College for Women and Annie Sunil, Campus Coordinator graced the occasion...

The day started with a short Prayer invoking God’s blessings for the successful conduct of the event. The College choir rendered prayer song for the occasion followed by the lighting of the lamp. Principal Sr. B. Velangini, while addressing the gathering shared valuable quotes with her words of encouragement. She asked the participants to take part in various events and exhibit their talents to the fullest. Rev. Sr. Japamala Showrillu, Secretary and Correspondent St. Pious X Degree & PG College for Women officially announced PIOUS ESCADA, RESONANCE 2019 open by ribbon cutting.

The PIOUS ESCADA, RESONANCE 2019 was organized under two broad categories

  • Intracollegiate Competitions
  • Intercollegiate Competitions- Intellectual Ripple Cultural Euphoria

The PIOUS ESCADA, RESONANCE 2019 Intra-collegiate Competitions saw the participation of students competing in various events under different categories, which took place on 31st January, 1st February, 7th February and 8th February 2019.


Under the Intracollegiate, all together 15 competitions were held i.e Rangoli , Pencil Sketch, Face Painting, Nail Art, Cookery, T Shirt Hacks, Soap Carving, Mehendi, jewellery making Hair Styling, Selfie Queen Ethnic Show off, Act to Impact, Music Ensemble & Natya Tarang with maximum entries in Rangoli with 91 groups. Total of 630 students show casted their talents. In the morning session, 13 competitions like Periodismo, Academic tambola, Declamation, Chikathon, Quareka, Entrain, Justamente, Hodge Podge, Math Bingo, Stat Rhyme, prasnika, lib lot were organized under Intellectual Ripple Event. Total of 365 students show casted their talents, with maximum entries in Lib lot with 44 teams. All together students from 12 different colleges i.e LFDC, Aurora Degree College, St. Ann’s Degree College Mallapur, Kasturba Gandhi Degree & PG College for Women, Omega Degree College, VNR Degree College , Sreyas Institute of Technology & Engineering, Bhavans Vivekananda, Badruka College of Arts & Commerce, Rishi Degree College Aneesh College of Commerce, CVSR College of Engineering participated in various competitions.


In the noon the most awaited and the highlight of the day, The Cultural Euphoria began with students participating in competitions & came up with some energetic performances. 4 competitions being Ethnic Show off, Act to Impact, Music Ensemble & Natya Tarang were organized. Total of 201 students show casted their talents, with maximum entries in Group Dance with 86 participants. The valedictory session was hosted by Mrs Nazia Begum. Mrs Pritha Ghosh, Co-ordinator, Cultural Committee delivering the report of PIOUS ESCADA, RESONANCE 2019 Intercollegiate Competitions followed by announcement of the winners for competitions by Secretary and Correspondent Rev. Sr. Japamala Showrillu, Principal Sr. B. Velangini, St. Pious X Degree & PG College for Women and and Annie Sunil, Campus Coordinator. 1200 students participated in various competitions held from 31st January, 1st February, 7th February and 8th February 2019. PIOUS ESCADA, RESONANCE 2019 Intercollegiate Competitions came to an end with vote of thanks by Cultural Secretary Aishwarya sebastein and showers of blessings.

24th Jan, 2019

National Girl Child Day - 2019

Department of Computer Science has organized National Girl Child Day celebrations on 24th Jan, 2019. As part of it the department had conducted 3 competitions named

  • "My HandOut to Beti Padao"
  • It is a selfie competition with students involving in a hand out to any underprivileged girl she helped with.

  • The second competition is named "Beti bachao"
  • It is a video and poster advertisement competition and ‘Painting Competition’ on the theme "No Girl No Life".

    The Department has also conducted self defence training programme named

  • "Bold and Brave"
  • by Master Ajay Kumar who is from Yodha Combat Martial Arts.

I,II and III prizes were given to students for the competitions.



The Departments of Life Sciences - Genetics, Zoology and Botany and Biotechnology organized the Christmas Celebrations on 22nd December 2018. The entire College Community on this festive event gathered together to celebrate the Joyous occasion of the birth of Jesus Christ.

The faculty participated in Welcome dance, followed by carol singing stream wise B.A, B.COM , B.SC and MBA, Non-teaching Faculty and Sisters . Faculty presented the Christmas play “Christ Born Today” with much excitement and fervor. The Correspondent Rev. Sr. Japamala and the Principal Rev. Sr. Velangini shared their greetings.


The Principal emphasized the significance of Christmas, the reason for the season is Christ who took the form of a Human-being, left His heavenly abode & came down to give us Eternal life. It was a day of festive atmosphere, the Management presented beautiful gifts to the teaching, Non-teaching and administrative staff. For the very first time faculty too exchanged gifts it was a moment of excitement. Christmas gifts, which is symbolic of the presentation of the gifts by the wise Men, Gold, Frankincense and Myrrh to the Baby Jesus.

The Management and the Faculty cut the Christmas Cake, the highlight that brought the Family of St.Pious together for a time of Celebration, Festive spirit and warm Greetings. The principal and the correspondent appreciated the organizers and the entire teaching fraternity for their efforts in making the celebrations grand success without the students as they were busy with their Semester Examinations.

28TH JULY, 2018

Freshers Party & Investiture Ceremony

On 28th July 2018 Fresher party and Investiture ceremony was celebrated in the college campus. Department of Physics was given the incharge of organizing the programme. The Correspondent Rev Sr.Japmala and Principal Rev Sr.Velangini attended this event. Addressing the students Sister Japmala, the College Correspondent encouraged the students with her inspiring speech saying ‘Past is experience, present is experiment and future is your expectation, may the Lord bring upon the divine spark to all of us for a successful life’.

Department of English conducted the investiture ceremony.The elected Council members were sworn in during the investiture ceremony.Fresher’s party was organized by the Second and Third years to give a warm welcome to the newcomers.

It was accompanied with many vibrant events and programs like ramp walk, traditional, fusion, and western dances, and dazzling decoration. ‘Miss fresher’ competition was held and three winners were selected from a total 150 participants.The show was stolen by, Anne Keziah (MPML, 1st year) was named Miss. Freshers, with second and third runner up Manisha Sharon and Sowmya Sharma of 1st Year, MPML, respectively.

Fresher’s Day prepared the foundation for the junior to interact with seniors on a single platform and it also helped to allay fears among the fresher’s and develop a friendly environment in and around the campus.

19th and 21st August, 2017

Institutional Day Celebrations

Celebrating the feast of our Patron St. Pious X, commemorating his life , on the special occasion of institution day , brought immense blessing to all the members of the college and added color to the joy of celebration.
The Program was hosted by the Dept. of Computer Science, Dept. of Languages which began with a welcome address inviting the distinguished guests Rev. Sr. Dr. U. Nirmala, Provincial Superior of Catechist Sisters of St. Ann, Hyderabad Province, Rev. Sr. Velangini, Principal of the college, Rev. Sr. Japamala, Correspondent of the college, Mr. Kalidas, Principal of the MBA college on to the dais. They were welcomed with floral greetings by student council members. Mrs. K. Sandhya Sree, Head Dept. of Comp. Sci presented the significance of the day. This continued with a prayer session and welcome dance. This included a prayer song ” My Jesus My Saviour”, readings from the holy scriptures "The Holy Bible", "The Holy Bhagavad Geetha" and "The Holy Quran", followed by a prayer dance by college choir team.
The Patron St. Pius X was honored with a garland by Chief Guest Rev. Sr. Dr. U. Nirmala , Principal Rev.Sr.Velangini and the Correspondent Rev. Sr. Japamala. To grace the occasion "Lighting of the Lamp" is conducted by the family of St. Pious X including the Chief Guest Rev. Sr. Dr. U. Nirmala , Principal Rev.Sr.Velangini and the Correspondent Rev. Sr. Japamala, MBA Principal Mr. Kalidas, all the heads of the department, class representatives of final years. Later the students of St. Pious performed a skit depicting the Virtues of St. Pius X which ended with the college anthem "St.Pious we love to sing of you" by the college choir.


The profile of the chief guest was presented by Mrs. K. Sandhya Sree, Head Dept. of Comp. Sci. This followed with the message by the Chief Guest Rev.Dr.Sr. U. Nirmala. Principal, Rev. Sr. Velangini, Rev. Sr. Japamala, Correspondent who depicted the journey of St. Pius X starting from a boy who had a desire to become a priest to serve God till he became a Pope. Her message which depicted the virtues of St. Pius X like Simplicity, Generosity, Humility, Fortitude, Service and Love inspired the students to mould them into better individuals.

Later on "A Group Dance Competition" was organised with themes like: Save girl child and save environment. Teams from different streams of both UG and PG had participated. Haritha – classical dancer ,Mrs. Lalitha Devi head department of Sanskrit were judges for the occasion. Ravali and team from MBA stood as Winners and Swarna and team from PG stood as Runners of the competition respectively. The Principal honored the teams with the rolling shields. The Student Council Vice President, Ms. Selah Debarmah proposed Vote of Thanks for the occasion. The program came to an end with the song by the college choir "Showers of Blessings".

15TH AUGUST, 2018

Independence Day Celebrations

The Department of Business Management has organized several competitions on 13th August -2018 on the occasion of 72nd Independence Day on the theme Patriotism to instill the sense of freedom in right sense.

Various competitions like Elocution on theme- Freedom in true sense, Essay writing on the topic – “Is Independent India Dependent”, Group dance, and Group singing on the theme patriotism were conducted


The day of Independence -15th August-2018 has started with March past by the students of NCC followed by hoisting and saluting the National Flag. The chief guest for the day was Prof.K.Kalidas, Principal, St. Pious MBA College. Sir, spoke about the significance of freedom in line with patriotism and sense of responsibility and accountability to become able citizens and help in building the nation.

The dignitaries on the dais awarded the prize winners of the various competitions held on 13th August-2018. The celebrations further followed by cultural events li Group dance and group singing which were performed by the winners of the competitions held on 13th August.The celebrations concluded by vote of thanks by Mrs.C.Latha , Head department of MBA.


21st SEPTEMBER, 2017

State Festival Celebrations

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.


17th FERBRUARY, 2018


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

10th MARCH, 2018

Women’s Day celebration

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.


28th FEB, 2018

National Science Day Celebrations 2018

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.