An oath of responsibility

An oath of responsibility

The investiture ceremony of the newly-elected student union of the Mount Carmel Pre-University College, for this academic year, was held recently.

 The ceremony was the grand finale to the election fortnight, where the
students were allowed to campaign for a week during which the campus wore a colourful look. 

The ceremony was a sombre affair and the chief guest for the occasion was Sonia Narang, DCP, Bangalore South.

The newly-elected members of the student union are: Chinmayi Muthyala as the president, Vriti Mehta as the vice-president, Namratha Chandrashekar as the  cultural secretary, Rashmitha Ratnakar as the assistant cultural secretary, Adreienne Isabel as the general secretary and Disha Bhagawat as the co-opted member.

The programme began on a solemn note with a prayer. This was followed by a formal oath-taking ceremony by the members of the union.

Addressing the students, Sonia Narang spoke about the many opportunities
available to the students, if they are willing to go an extra mile and shed prejudices and stereotypes. 

The student union members of the previous academic year raised a
toast to the newly-inducted union and impressed upon them the need to work in
tandem with the management.

The presentation of the agenda by the new union struck a good balance
between academics and extracurricular activities.

“We hope to work towards building friendly relations among all the Carmelites. We are looking forward to a fun-filled year,” said Chinmayi Muthyala.
Adreienne Isabel couldn’t contain her excitement when she said, “I am happy that my fellow Carmelites have so much faith in me. I will work towards upholding the name of the college and inspire my college mates to do the same.”  

 
The cultural events were a treat in themselves and were the most-awaited part of the ceremony.


A cultural ensemble by the Indian Dance Association,
Indian Music Association, Western Dance Association and the Western Music
Association had those in the audience hooting, whistling and cheering.

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