St. Pious X Degree & PG College for Women celebrated its 23rd Annual Day on 25th Jan, 2017. The invited guests were:
- Chief Guest: Rev. Mother. Rose Linda Vazhapally, Superior General and President of the Governing body of Catechist Sisters of St.Ann
- Guest of Honour: Prof K. Kalidas, Principal, St. Pious X MBA College
- Vice Principal
- Guest: S. Parthasarthi, Professor, St.Pious MBA College
The programme started at 9.30am with a welcome note followed by a welcome dance, Natyanjali, performed in the classical Bharatanatyam style. This was followed by prayer. After inviting the dignitaries onto the dais, Principal, presented the college report for the academic year 2016-17 highlighting the achievements of the college which continued with an Audio Visual Presentation of the college activities.
After the presentation, the Chief Guest, Rev. Mother. Rose Linda addressed the gathering. She firstly congratulated the Principal & Vice Principal for the assortment of activities in the college. She further appreciated the staff for their commitment and students for they involvement in conducting various activities in the college. She later conveyed to the students in a special way on the virtues of an integrated personally and reminded them of the social responsibilities.
Intelligence, capabilities and talents of students are the real asset of college. Prize giving ceremonies are all about acknowledging and celebrating there achievements. All the Students were awarded for their outstanding performances in various spheres. The Prizes were given in following categories
- University Toppers
- General Proficiency awards
- Special Prizes
- Subject Proficiency awards
- Library awards
- Sports awards
- Resonance Awards
- Felicitation of volunteers for Community service
The day was made more colourful with cultural programmes after the prize distribution. The cultural program began with the group dance which bagged university prize. All the events in the cultural programme were performed gracefully with lots of energy. The cultural events ended with a patriotic dance.
The annual day celebrations came to an end with National Anthem, making the day more memorable in the history of the college.