Saturday, 31 August 2019

Students of Michael Job matriculation Higher Secondary School participated with much exuberance participated in a workshop to create Tote bags initiative by Pidilite

On August 25, 2019, students of Michael Job Matriculation Higher Secondary School participated in Tree Plantation initiative called as "Project Sulur Vanam- 2" organised by Lions Club and Sulur Panchayat. 106 Sabina Girls and 11 of our faculty members participated in the program.

Michael Job College of Arts & Science for Women participates in the 'Fit India Movement' launched by our Honorable Prime Minister Narendra Modi (29 - August - 2019)

English Learning program "STEP" for Under graduation students, sponsored by Global Giving. 

STEP, an English learning program was conducted for students pursuing the 2nd year of Graduation with Michael Job College of Arts and Science for Women. To select the right candidates for this program, an online assessment test was conducted. Out of the  159 students who appeared in the test, 84 students were selected for this program. 

All the students from this batch (except one student)  have completed their schooling in vernacular medium of Tamil. Moreover, these students belong to remote villages in the outskirts of Coimbatore and thus, their background gives them limited opportunities to communicate in English.

This learning program included 20 hrs Classroom Training & 40 hrs Online Training sessions over a period of 2 months (January to March' 2019). After the training program, a test was conducted and certificates were issued to the students. 

This initiative was extremely useful for the students and has served as a stepping stone in their English learning pathway. This program gave them the confidence that they can learn English and helped in dismissal of the psychological barriers they had in starting the learning process. We witnessed a great deal of excitement and enthusiasm amongst the students. Improvements in their Listening, Reading, Writing and Speaking was clearly evident. 

Appointment of internal MJC program coordinators to support external faculty also proved to be very helpful. Additional activities taken up by MJC coordinators encouraged the students to practice further. For Eg. the students practised to read aloud English articles and passages sourced from the internet and were also trained on using the Google English – Tamil Translator tool. 

We are thankful to Global Giving and FORD Foundation for implementing this program

Friday, 30 August 2019

MICHEAL & JOHN JOB CENTRE OF EDUCATION celebrates the 73rd Independence day

MJC celebrated Independence with great joy and love for the country. The ceremony commenced with the grand parade of students at 9:15 am in MJMHSS Assembly Platform where the vibrant crowd of Students,Staff, Mrs.Anitha ,Principal of MJMHSS, Mrs.TH.Nazeema, Principal of MJCAS,Correspondent cone Trustee of MJC Mr.Babu P Varu and the event's honorable Chief Guest Mr.R.R.Sridhar founder and Director of SHELTER NGO,Mrs.Padmini Sridhar,a Homeopathist and Women Entrepreneur and Mr.Rathan Babu ,a general surgeon.

Anushka Minj Head Girl of MJMHSS started the Special Morning Assembly where the students of MJMHSS performed with cheer. To Commemorate the sovereignty of our nation, Mr.R.R.Sridhar unfurled the tricolour flag and then the students sang Flag song and expressed their Joy for freedom. 

Mr.R.R.Sridhar,dedicated his opening note to Dr.P.P.Job who invited him for the John Job Auditorium inauguration . He expressed his gladness as God has blessed him with a chance to meet the children of MJC. He wished every student to move forward in the direction of their dreams. He departed from stage with the blessing note "Let all your dreams be fulfilled".

A cultural Program was held at the John Job Auditorium.

After several energetic dance performances and songs, the program got concluded with the National Anthem.

Rakhi for Indian Soldiers

Michael Job matriculation Higher Secondary School made Rakhi for Indian Soldiers ."Rakhi for Jawan" is an initiative by Pidilite. Partnering with Pidilite, students from Class I to Class XII of MJMHSS made 450 Rakhis for the Jawans who are protecting our country in the border

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