Annual Day 2017
Annual Day 2017
St. John Technical Campus celebrated its Annual Day on 13th January 2017 with great enthusiasm.
Eminent personalities with diversified background graced us on this occasion. We had Rev. Fr. Reginald Tauro (Founder Director of Xavier’s Institute of Engineering) as the Chief Guest and Mrs. Saraswati Iyer (Managing Director of Gyan Foundation) as the Guest of Honour. Mr. Albert W. D’Souza (Chairman of Aldel Education Trust), Mrs. Elvina D’Souza (Secretary), Dr. S. Krishnamoorthy (Advisor), Mr. Thomas Lobo (Campus Director), Mrs. Elaine D’Souza Buthello (Treasurer), Mr. Aldridge D’Souza (Member), Dr. Satish Takalikar (Principal of St. John College of Engineering and Management), Dr. Savita Tauro (Principal of St. John Institute of Pharmacy and Research) and Dr. Anil Kumar Chaudhary (Principal of St. John College of Humanities and Sciences) were the dignitaries on the dais.
The Chairman welcomed the guests and addressed the students. The faculty & the students were motivated by the encouraging talk of the Chief Guest, Guest of Honour and Advisor. The university ranker and college toppers were felicitated by them in front of the huge crowd.
The Annual Day cultural presentation was based on various themes. It was a combination of songs, dances & skit related to the themes. St. John Junior College set the ball rolling on the theme “Road Accidents” that showed how today’s generation prefer speed and thrill at the cost of their lives. The theme “Apna Sapna Money Money” from St. John Institute of Pharmacy and Research portrayed the impact of demonetization on the common man in our country. The St. John College of Humanities and Sciences showcased the theme “Udaan” which gave a message that one can overcome difficulties / unhappiness in life and look for a better tomorrow. The St. John College of Engineering and Management performed on the theme “Filmania” which showed that entertainment is an integral part of or life. St. John Institute of Management and Research had the theme “Mumbai Diaries” which showcased the life in a metro and finally the theme “Drug Addiction” selected by St. John Polytechnic depicted how young generation get easily habituated to bad habits like drugs without realizing its harmful effect on them & their family.
The audience was truly engrossed throughout the function by the energetic and enchanting performances of the students.
The programme was ably compered by students Mr. Mithil Amin (MMS) & Ms. Sabiya Shaikh (SJCEM). The vote of thanks was given by student Ms. Vevona Fernandes (SJIPR).