Saturday, 27 June 2015

MJC welcomes our Alumni Roja Jasmine back as our Faculty member

I am Roja Jasmine. I came to Michael job centre after my father was brutally murdered in 2003. It was very difficult for my family to continue in life after the death of my father. What complicated our hardship was that our family was also in debt as we had borrowed significant funds for my father’s treatment. Our financial and emotional condition was in disarray and none of our relatives were willing to help due to the fear that they might incur the wrath of those who had murdered my father.We were totally alienated.

Our local pastor was helping us spiritually and knew that we were in dire straits. It was at this time that he told us about MJC and spoke to Dr. Job about me. I consider myself very fortunate that Dr.Job welcomed me with open arms. I started my journey at MJC when I was in 5th grade. In the ensuing years, I finished my 12th grade and then moved to the Michael Job Memorial College of Arts and Science for undergraduate study. After I graduated with a degree in B.A (English Literature), I went on to study B. Ed at the Michael Job College of Education. I have currently been absorbed as a faculty in Michael Job Matriculation Higher Secondary School. At the same time, I hope to continue my studies and acquire a Master’s in English Literature.

MJC has changed my life and I am very grateful for the opportunity to give something back to my alma mater as I groom the children studying at the campus. This job has also allowed me to become independent financially and support my family. Most importantly, the environment at Michael Job Centre has taught to live life in a better way. I hope that my life will be a lamp that spreads the light of education to the poor and needy. Greatly inspired by my mentor, Dr. Job, I want to follow in his footsteps and become an aid to the deprived section of society.

MJC welcomes Roja Jasmine back as a faculty member. She epitomizes the long held dream of Dr. Job of creating a sustainable system of life and resources for MJC.

Sunday, 21 June 2015


Live the life of your present.
Because everything behind you is dark and gone.
And never will it come back.
Your past remains your past forever.
Never try to peep in through those windows,
Windows to your unknown future.
Cause jumping in through those windows
Will give discomfort; try walking in through the door.
The key to your door,
Lies somewhere around you, just like a puzzle.
Solve your quest and there you go.
Sometimes jumping in through the window
Can give you a lot more pleasure
And can prove to be an easier way.
But don’t get tempted
It can be something which hurts,
And you would regret your wrong choice.
Live your life to the horizon
Imagine your dream and fight for it.
Fight, you were born for it.
Love your life and love yourself
Because when you’re forlorn, your soul is what you’ll have.

-          by Aileen Joseph, Class 12, MJC

Saturday, 13 June 2015

World Environmental Day Celebration at MJC

World Environment Day (WED) is celebrated every year on 5th June 2015 to raise global awareness to take positive environmental action to protect nature and the planet Earth. It is an initiative by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP). The theme for 2015 was 'Seven Billion Dreams; One Planet; Consume with Care'.

This year, MJC celebrate WED to spread awareness about this theme among our students. Towards this we organised a number of activities for our students. The day began with two brief speeches by Ms. Esther Rani of 10th grade and Ms. Devika Sharma of 12th grade during the morning assembly. Both the speeches were really eloquent and succeeded in expressing their views on the safeguarding of the environment.

Later during the day, a drawing contest and a quiz were held for the students of the Michael Job. Higher. Secondary School. The drawing contest was conducted in the chapel for the students of Grade  I - VI. 80 students, 20 from each house participated in this competition. The first prize was bagged by Alisha Oraon (Blue House) from the 6th grade. She was followed by Gail (Green House) from 6th grade and Sibina Nayak (Yellow House) from the 5th grade.

A Quiz was held in the school block for the students from grade 7th to 12th. The quiz had two rounds –the preliminary round (written format) and the finals (oral) with 16 students, 4 from each house, Team red won the first prize. The team members were K.Yazhini     (Grade - X), Ching Thian - Gill (Grade - IX), Anjana Mahalik (Grade - X) and Celesti (Grade VIII). The second and third prizes were awarded to the green and yellow houses respectively.

The whole programs were informative and enjoyable for the whole student community.

Report filed by Ailene Joseph

Sunday, 7 June 2015

MJC Higher Secondary Results - 100% Succes

We are excited that in the Class 12 (higher secondary) board examination  all the students of the MJC Class of 15 cleared the threshold.

Join us in congratulating the staff and students for this outstanding performance .

Meet our toppers

Friday, 5 June 2015

MJC – KIKANI School Football match organized by Rotary Club of Coimbatore

We at MJC strive to excel both in studies and in extracurricular activities. So when we got an opportunity to play a friendly match of football with the students of Shree Baladevdas  Kikani Higher Secondary School we were excited. Kikani School is a very reputed school in Coimbatore encourages and supports its students in a wide variety of sports and games. Thus it was a privilege for us to have a friendly match with them at their grounds.

Rtn Krishna Kumar Payal and Rtn Shafiq from Rotary Club of Coimbatore which is the sponsor club of Rotaract and Interact Club of MJC were instrumental in organising this match.  Mr Payal and Mr Shafiq along with few other Rotarians attended the function to cheer our team. They also arranged for sumptuous snacks for us after the game and gifted us three footballs,

The match was held on 30th April 2015 at the Kikani Grounds at 4 pm. Our delegation to Kikani included the full MJC team of 26 girls from grades 8 to 12, our staff Mr. Shyam Trinath, Mrs.Poonam and a few other students from MJC to cheer our players.

The captain of MJC team was Lalitha Lama of class 10, a forward player. The Kikani team for us was a formidable competition and they played really well. Our team on the other hand fought really hard.  Neither team scored any goals during the regular time. So the game had to be decided by penalty shootouts. In this we managed to excel and our team scored eight goals. The opponent team could score only six goals as our goalkeeper did a fabulous job and we emerged victorious. The penalty goals were made by Anne Joseph, Carola(Sanu Khatun), Celesti, Joan, Jill, Lalitha and Spring(Snuti Priya).  

The match ended at 5:00 p.m. We were treated with lovely refreshments on our way back. We were back at MJC at 7:30 p.m. 

Over all, it was a great experience for all us. We are thankful to the Kikani School, and Rotary Club of Coimbatore for this opportunity and we pray to God that we would get more such opportunities.

Prepared by: Aileen Joseph (Class XII)

Wednesday, 27 May 2015

Share the Pride with Smritti

I, Smritti Lama Tamang of grade ten tried and succeeded in proving that there are wonders living at the MJC. 

I belong to an economically poor family from West Bengal. I joined the centre in 2012 in order to receive education. My father works as a driver and my mother is a housewife. I also have two siblings. The total income of my family was meagre and could not satisfy the costs of my higher education. 

My father came to know that Michael Job Centre provided education and accommodation to underprivileged girls and thus decided to send me to MJC for my studies. For me, life before MJC was quite tough. On coming here, I was astonished by seeing the size of the work going on here at the centre. I saw the school and found it unique as students from various states of India were studying here. I found my future in safe hands as I saw two colleges-The Michael Job College of Arts and Science for Women and the Michael Job Memorial College of Education, B.Ed. & M.Ed. ready for my higher education. 

The hostel is spacious and full of loving girls living together. I feel that my new home is a beautiful place and I love to stay here. I am extremely grateful to my family and the institution for the constant support given to the students for their studies. I consider myself very lucky to be one among the girls. 

I always wanted to do something in return as to show my gratitude. I did so by scoring 94% in her class 10th Board exams with two perfect scores (Centum) in subjects of science, 100/100 and social science, 100/100. I aspire to become a chef in future and am ready to work even harder for that. 

I have shown to everyone that the unvarying support given by the world to Michael Job Centre is not going in vain. I want to fulfil the dream of Uncle Dr. P.P. Job, Founder and become a great lady who grew in MJC with the best of values.

Friday, 22 May 2015

MJC High School Board (Class 10) Outstanding Performance in 2015

MJC high school has girls have once again demonstrated their resolve and grit in their high school board examinations. 

The topper Madhangi S scored 97.2% who was closely followed by Praveena B with 97% . Smithi Lama Tamang came third with 94.2%

Smriti Tamang got 100% in both Science and Social Science.

Madhangi, Smirti, Suvati & Praveena have 100% marks for Science

20% of the the total batch of 42, scored more than 90% and 40 scored more than 80% 

This result is matter of pride for the whole MJC family.