Wednesday, 22 November 2017

NATIONAL EDUCATION DAY CELEBRATION 


Michael Job Memorial College of Education for Women celebrated National Education Day on November 11 to commemorate the birth anniversary of Maulana Abul Kalam Azad.



Dr .G.Victoria Naomi, Professor in Special Education, Avinashilingam Institute for Home Science and Higher Education for Women was the Chief Guest of the event.  She addressed the students and shared insights the importance of education in an individual’s life. She mentioned that education is a magic wand that can help us meet any challenge. Education is necessary not only because it can get us jobs or status in society but is essential as it enables us to build a new world. It is magical because it helps us rediscover ourselves. She also shared statistics on India’s Global Ranking and insisted that technological advancements can make India a better competitor globally. She pointed out that teachers and students play a vital role in building up the future of our nation. Her words were indeed very informative and thought provoking.  The speech was followed by a Q & A session and therefore extremely interactive.

The student interaction session was followed by a Faculty interaction session, wherein various subjects were discussed upon and guidance sought. Dr .G.Victoria Naomi assured that she will guide and support MJC students and faculty in getting a chance for taking up Ph.D. in Education at Avanishilingam University.

Subsequently, competitions were held around Elocution, Dance, Debate, Poetry and Skit.

Tuesday, 21 November 2017

COLLEGE DAY AND FRESHERS’ DAY-2017 OF
MICHAEL JOB COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCE FOR WOMEN

Michael Job college of Arts and Science celebrated the College Day and Freshers’ Day at the MJC Campus on Sep 27. The Chief Guest at the event was Dr. R.Karpagam, Principal, Kathir College of Arts and Science, Coimbatore. 

After lighting the lamp ceremony, Dr. R.Karpagam gave a motivating speech which was much lauded by the students and MJC staff members and was considered as a high point of the event. 

In the event, students of the MJC Arts and Science College, who made our institution extremely proud by achieving University Ranks in 2017 were awarded. 

Subsequently, our meritorious teachers who have done outstanding work through out the year in mentoring and guiding the students were awarded.  

Honoring our Teachers
To make the event more engaging and fun-filled, a cultural program consisting of several dance, song and drama performances was conducted.

The stage decor is always the cornerstone of an event of this kind. This year,  the amazing stage design and decoration for this event was entirely done by our Sabina Hostel students. This made the event much more interesting and special. 



Renaissance - 2017  MJC Cultural Festival


Like every year before, this year, our cultural festival - Renaissance was conducted on October 14 at the MJC Campus. Students from 13 colleges participated in the event with full energy and enthusiasm.

Inaugural Function

Air commodore GSPN Chowdary was our Chief Guest and Mrs. India Earth 2016 - Mrs. Jaya Mahesh was the Guest of honour. The event was also attended by our special guests Dr. Lalita Chowdary and Mr. Krishna Kumar Payal.

Various competitions on Dance, Music, Elocution, Rangoli and Mehandi were held in which, many students from the participating colleges competed.
Group Dance Competition

The Michael Job Memorial Rolling Trophy was awarded to Nandha Arts and Science College, Erode 

Winning team - Nandha Arts and Science College, Erode

Saturday, 5 August 2017

Proud winners of Zonal level competitions

In the competitions conducted by Tamil Nadu Sports and Athletics Department, our children from MJC Higher Secondary School have won several competitions at the Zonal Level.  
  1. Junior (under 14) football - 1st prize
  2. Senior (under 17) football - 1st prize
  3. Super senior (under 19) football - 1st prize

Apart from winning the football matches, our children have bagged the following prizes:
  1. Gracy Kindo, (1500 Mts., U-17) – First Prize
  2. Alimika Mondal, High Jump (U-14) - Second Prize
  3. Celestin.L.N.Hing, Javelin (U-17) - Second Prize
  4. Gracy Kindo, 400 Mts. (U-17) - Second Prize
  5. Alisha Oraon, High Jump (U-17) - Second Prize
  6. Smriti Priya Digal, 100 Mts. (U-19) - Second Prize            
  7. Surabhi Digal, Javelin (U-19) - Third Prize                          
  8. Alisha Oraon, 400 Mts. (U-17) - Third Prize                        
  9. Esther Rani, 200 Mts. (U-19) - Third Prize                          
  10. Smriti Priya Digal, Triple jump (U-19) - Third Prize
  11. Smriti Priya Digal, Long Jump (U-19) - Third Prize                           
  12. Gracy Kindo, High Jump (U-17) - Third Prize                       
  13. Gracy Kindo, Triple Jump (U-17) -Third Prize                    
  14. Sukilyani Mendol, Discus Throw (U-14) - Third Prize                      
  15. Sukilyani Mendol, High Jump (U-14) -Third Prize                            
  16. 4x100 Mts. Relay, (U-17) -Third Prize





Tuesday, 28 March 2017

International Women's Day at MJC

Michael Job College of Arts & Science for Women (MJCAS) celebrated the International Women's day with support from volunteers of  The National Service Scheme (NSS) and Youth Red Cross (YRC) units of the college.

A special eye camp was conducted with support from Vasan Eye Care Hospital and Lions Club of Sulur where more than 400 students and staffs were examined and counseled free of charge.

The guest of honour were:

  • Dr.G.Mylsamy, Charter President, Nature Agricultural Scientist, 
  • Mr.V.Sasikumar, President of Lions Club, 
  • Mr.M.A.Hakheem, Secretary of Lions Club, 
  • Mrs. Jotty Kurian and Mr.Radhakrishnan, member of Lions Club,
  • Mr. Prakash, Manager, Vasan Eye Care Hospital, 
  • Mr.Babu.P.Varu , Trustee MJC
  • Dr. Lali Thomas, Principal, MJCAS and,
  • Mrs. S.R.Dhanalakshmi, Vice Principal, MJCAS 



Subsequently, poetry and debate sessions were held.  The subject of the debate was "“INDIA IN 2017 IS STILL A MAN’S WORLD...?” 





Saturday, 25 February 2017

Participation at the ‘Queen Coimbatore Event’ held at Nirmala College for Women, Coimbatore

On February 22, 20,   ‘Queen Coimbatore Event’ was held at Nirmala College for Women, Coimbatore. MJC was given an opportunity to put up a show on developing eco-friendly designs with recycled materials. This was a challenge for our girls to bring out their creativity and also give them opportunity for public appearances. 

26 school students from MJC participated in this. The costumes were created by a group of 12 of our young and  talented students using newspapers, flowers and leaves which made the performance extremely special. This was a great opportunity for our children and was very well appreciated by all.

Saturday, 28 January 2017

Winner in Poetry writing contest

Ms.Kaviya.R of II B.Sc (Zoology) has won the II prize of Rs.7,000/- in the Poetry writing  contest organised by the Tamil department of the Govt.Arts college, Coimbatore.