Thursday, 20 September 2018

September 5, is when we are all obliged to pay our reverence to our former president, a great scholar and teacher Dr. Radhakrishnan. On this day, Michael Job Matriculation Higher Secondary School too paid homage to Dr. Radhakrishnan in the morning assembly. 

The higher secondary students shared a lot of information about him and explained why we celebrate his birthday as Teachers day. Following the informative speech, school students presented gifts to all their teachers and the support staff. The teachers were escorted into the auditorium by MJC band troop. The faculty of  Michael Job Arts & Science College too joined us in the celebration. The day had colorful presentations on the stage. The students gave solo & group dances. A skit too was enacted on the stage by Class X students.

A cultural program was conducted after which, lunch was organised. 
Post lunch, there were competitions for school teachers on Rangoli, Flameless Cooking and Cat walk. The teachers were divided in teams and each team participated with zest. The winning teams of the competitions were given cash prizes.  

Independence Day celebration 2018

Our 72nd independence day was celebrated this year in the company of our guests from 'Mission to the Blind ‘, Coimbatore. The team was headed by the Founder Ms. Jaya Gunaseelan. The function started with student’s parade at 7.10 AM; after which they assembled for Flag hoisting. The students presented speeches on the significance of the day in Hindi, English and Tamil.

Ms. Jaya Gunaseelan hoisted the national Flag and gave an inspiring speech on Life and liberty. She began her speech with a message from the Bible and concluded with a meaningful thought. The students sung patriotic songs and the sweets were distributed. 

The sweet distribution session was followed by a Programme called "Mission for the Blind. The team had four visually challenged people and four people with normal eye sight. Out of all Ms. Rani and Mr. Ramesh (visually challenged) presented their musical skills and Ms. Rani explained how they are able to a life with the disability and insisted that the society should not be sympathetic but instead give opportunities to enable them live a good life. 

They inculcated immense positivity amongst our students by their speech. Ms. Jaya Gunaseelan explained children about the skill training their centre is giving to the visually challenged and how such work gives meaning to their lives too.  

The program was concluded with a Vote of Thanks rendered by Ms Anitha, Principal MJC School.  After the function the guests, students, staff and the parents were served breakfast.

State level seminar on "Recent Trends in Information Technology" SSRTIT '

The Computer Science department organized a state-level seminar on August 30th, 2018 at Michael Job College of Arts and Science for Women, Sulur. 

104 participants including Research Scholars, Staff and students from various colleges participated in the seminar. The seminar began with invocation at 10 A.M. The dignitaries lit the kuthuvilaku. Ms. Stabny Monika, student of II B.Sc. (CS), welcomed the gathering. The dignitaries were honoured with a memento. 

Ms. Martina, student of II B.Sc. (CS), introduced the Chief guest Dr. D.F.X. Christopher, Director (Administration) School of Computer Studies, RVS College, Sulur. Dr. Christopher delivered an informational speech about recent trends in technology and spoke about Internet of Things, Cloud Computing, Data Mining etc.,

Papers were presented by the various participants till 2 PM. Subsequently, the participants were given their certificates. 

The Seminar was concluded with a Vote of thanks to the delegates, sponsors, participants and organizers of the event.

Pink Day Celebration by Michael Job Memorial high school

Colors make our life vibrant. Colors infuse joy and happiness amongst children. To rejoice the goodness of life and bring happiness to the hearts of our children, the kindergarten section of MJMHSS celebrated the Pink Day. 

On this day, children clad in pink dresses walked into the school looking like beautiful butterflies. The teachers added more color to the ambience by dressing up in pink color too. The classrooms were decorated gorgeously with balloons and colorful stings of paper. 

The smiling faces of the children is a testimony to their being at the “pink of their joy”. 
Children played fun games and participated in interesting activities where, “Pink” was the theme. At the end of the day, children were given gifts wrapped with pink chart papers. 

Guest Lecture on "Introduction to Python Programming Language"

A guest lecture on “Introduction to Python programming language” was conducted on 5th July, 2018 at the Michael Job College of Arts and Science for Women for the students of B.Sc. (CS), BCA and M.Sc. (IT). Under the guidance of Dr. Lali, the training was organised by Ms. N. Easwari, HOD, Department of Computer Science. 

Ms. Stabny Monika, student of II-B.Sc (CS), welcomed the guests and introduced the speaker. The speaker was Mr. Satish Vishwanathan, Tech- Head, Evolett Technologies, Coimbatore, who has more than 28 years of experience in working on large and impactful projects in the IT domain. Mr. Ravindran, from Evolett Technologies gave a brief introduction about the company and its service offerings. 

To begin with, the various Programming languages and their advantages were discussed. Mr. Vishwanathan emphasized that, in addition to learning the academic curriculum, students should attempt to learn the latest programing languages which are trending in the IT industry. He suggested that Google Trends is a great website to follow to keep abreast with the latest trends on programming languages.

Subsequently, Mr. Vishwanathan shared information on the Python Programming Language and its scope. He described the difference between Python and other Programming Languages. He also explained the students on how to get started with Python and install it, define functions, library files available etc. 

The session was extremely interesting for the students and they got an opportunity to hear and learn from an industry stalwart. The session was concluded by thanking the dignitaries and honoring them with a Memento. 

Awareness Rally for “Save the Girl Child” on July 1, 2018

Alike every year, this year also Michael & John Job Centre for Education Conducted as Awareness Rally for “Save the Girl Child” on 01.07.2018 in Sulur. The rally started at 10:00 AM and completed at 12:00 PM

The rally was attended by the MJC trustees and a few delegates both, from India and abroad. About 300 students of MJC participated in the rally. 

Dr. Mary Job, Chairperson of MJC Educational Institutions flaged off the rally.

Ms. Anitha, Principal MJC School delivered a speech on “Empowering the Girl Child through Education” to the assembly of students before the rally began.

Celebration of the 12th graduation Day of Michael and John Job Educational Institutions on 30. 6. 2018

The 12th Graduation day of the MJC Educational Institutions was conducted in the campus amidst a galaxy of dignitaries on the dais. The dignitaries entered the auditorium after the Academic Procession. Mr. Shantanu Sinha, IPS, NIA Eastern Sector Head, was the Chief Guest. 

The Graduation Day celebrations started with the Invocation; after which, Dr.Lali Thomas, welcomed the participants. 

Subsequently, Dr. Mary Job, Chairperson of MJC Educational Institutions addressed the gathering and spoke about the goal of the institution. 

Mr. Shantanu Sinha, IPS, NIA Eastern Sector Head delivered an inspirational speech at the convocation address.

The Gold Medalists and University rank holders were felicitated and degrees were distributed to the graduates and to the students of the Michael Job matriculation higher secondary school.

The function was concluded with the National Anthem. 

Mrs. S.R.Dhanalakshmi organized the celebration program and Ms. Roja Jasmine was the Master of Ceremony. 

MJC’s Participation in the Ek Step Foundation’s initiative

The lack of access to learning opportunities is a complex and multidimensional problem. It impacts the lives of millions of children on a daily basis. In response, Nandan Nilekani, Rohini Nilekani and Shankar Maruwada co-founded EkStep, a not-for-profit initiative to gather partners on a universal, collaborative platform to reimagine learning opportunities for every child. To know more about this initiative, visit

MJC has associated with Ekstep to support the cause because it is orchestrates with its own Vision and Mission. To kick start this initiative, experts from EkStep visited our campus to train a select team of faculty and students on how to use the platform to create content. It is a pleasure that an MJC alumni, Rebecca has joined EkStep as an employee and is also facilitating the process. 

Certificates were distributed to the participating team of students and teachers by Mr. T. Koshy, Head of MJC Educational Institutions and Ms. Rebecca