20 February,.Ripples, the news letter of the College, brought out by the second years of journalism students, was released by the Principal Rev. Dr. Fr Eugene Lobo.SJ in the journalism studio at 10:00 AM. Rev Fr Richard Rego the H.O.D, journalism, and Ms Suman Mendonca, the editor in chief, were present on this occasion.file:///C:/Documents%20and%20Settings/Administrator/Desktop/ripples2.html
After the months of hardwork, the first team finally came out with the issue. Ripples usually gives campus news, but this issue came out with a difference. It has a creative page and is an echo of the students’ talents and creative writing abilities. The Principal encouraged the students with his anecdotes and said that the Department of Journalism and its students must come out with better issues.
20 February. Gender Equity Seminar.
All the first year degree students were sensitized to gender equity issues by the resource person Mr. P V. Baiju of the Sree Sankaracharya University of Sanskrit, Tirur.
This seminar was a part of the Compulsory paper for the students of the first year B.A, BBM, and BSW. Mr. MP.P V.Baiju conducted a group discussion which mainly dealt on Gender Roles, Masculinity, and Feminity, Gender division of labour etc.
ITC Sports day
20th February, The annual sports day meet of St Aloysius industrial training centre was held on 20th February at the Gonzaga grounds. The sports meet began with march past. Mr. Raju Shenigar, Principal of St Aloysius Industrial Training Centre, chief guest Dr Ramachandra Rao, senior research associate of Mc Gill University, Canada, and Rev. Fr. Francis Serrao, Rector of St. Aloysius Institutions were present on this occasion.
As technical studies involve a lot of physical work, it is good to have sports activities such as these that build up strength both in mind and body and keeps one’s physique in an active mode was the message given Dr. Ramachandra Rao. The sports meet was then declared open by Sri Giridhar Salian, Principal of Govt ITI, Urwa, Mangalore.
20 Feb. ‘Anubav’ the womens forum of the College organized a cooking without fuel competition at the College auditorium. Eight teams participated with great enthusiasm. Nutritious beverages as well as food items were prepared by the young cooks and the programme was judged by Ms Qudsiya Begum of Hindi Dept, Ms Lidwin Lobo of BSW dept and Mr. Sureshnath of Dept of Botany.