25 years of excellence

25 years of excellence

Celebrations

Graceful: A dance recital.

The celebrations were presided over by S Vasanthakumar, Bishop, Karnataka Central Diocese and Chairman of the Board of Management.

The event started off with an opening prayer for the college and everyone present. The dignitaries S Vasanthakumar and Guest of Honour B G Koshy, CMD, B G Koshy Holdings Pvt. Ltd, were then introduced to the audience. They were joined on stage by the principals of the colleges.

Christy Joseph, trustee and member of board of management then read a passage from the Bible which was followed by a message to the college by S Vasanthakumar. The melodious choir comprising students from both colleges sang beautiful hymns at intervals.

The chairman then released the Cotton Chronicle, a book on the history and values of the institution. This was followed by speeches by two alumni members, Naureen Aziz and Lee Ann. The two women expressed their happiness about the occasion, their time at the institution, their teachers and the friends they made during the years they spent there.

Guest of Honour, B G Koshy then addressed the audience. He had a special message from the President of India who had sent her greetings to the chairman and the college.

The chairman then honoured the staff of the colleges. The head of departments, non-teaching staff, and the principal were felicitated on stage amidst the cheering audience. Next, a documentary on the college’s journey from the start to the present was shown by one of the professors.

Professor Shantha Solomon who has been with the college ever since the start said, “It has been a very rewarding experience, we started out small but now we have our own identity. The excellent students and the staff all make up this wonderful institution.”

 The main event of the day was the much-awaited cultural programme which comprised various cultural dances by the students. Students from different regional backgrounds wore vibrant costumes and performed brilliantly to the beats. The programme lasted 45 minutes and drove the audience wild. Alumni and present students joined the dancers on stage to show the college’s journey from the past to the present with hand-made banners.

The event ended off with the college song and a closing prayer. Priya, an alumnus of BCWCC said, “The event was spectacular, I feel so honoured to be back here and see my college do so well.”

Shweta, a student said, “I am loving my time in this college and I feel so great to be here to watch this event. It is the greatest time for us now.”

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