Ready to face the challenges

Ready to face the challenges

Warm Welcome

Ready to face the challenges

Over 300 to 400 students attended the APS PU College orientation programme.After a two-month vacation, most of the PUC colleges in the City started their academic year by welcoming a new set of students.

APS PU College conducted an orientation programme for around 300 to 400 students to make them aware of all the challenges that they would be facing as students.

The students, along with their parents, gathered at the college to begin a new chapter of their lives after spending their vacation in their hometowns. Padmaja, who wanted to become a chartered accountant, chose SEBA stream to fulfill her dreams. She said she is very happy to join the college and wear new clothes.

“I chose this college because my father studied in this college and there are lot of memories associated with it,” she said. Once the students had gathered, the APS management started the orientation programme with a march past by the NCC students.

This was followed by a recital of the classical song Dekhi Dehi Sharade by the students from the music department of the college.

The dignitaries then lighted the lamp to mark a new beginning. Swami Harsha Nanda, president of Ramakrishna Matt, and A P Acharya, Secretary, APS PU College were the chief guests for the function.

Sachin Ramanand, who also wanted to be a chartered accountant, said that school days were the best days of one’s life and that he would be missing his school friends. “The reason I got my son admitted here is because it is a very good college. The students are taught and coached very well. I just hope that he does well and bring a good name to the college and to us,” said Sachin’s mother Prabhamani.

College principal H K Shobha started her speech by describing it is an important phase of a student’s life. She said that one has to attend classes regularly to understand the subjects and get good marks in the exams.

Divya, a first year SCBA student, was very nervous but was looking forward to the classes. She said she had chosen this stream as she was interested in studying statistics. “I had a nice vacation at my native village in Mysore. I want to pursue higher education in MBA and get a good job”, she said.

Her elder brother Darshan, studying in BES College, Jayanagar came to support her. “I want her to study well and I wish her the very best,’’ he said.

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