Great show by freshers

Great show by freshers

Fun galore

Great show by freshers

The students of Maharani Lakshmi Ammani College for Women had a ball of a time as the entire college took part in the freshers’ day and the induction of the council members of the college.

 Along with the post holders, the captains of various sports teams were also announced for the current academic year.

The programme began with a traditional lamp lighting ceremony and the principal of the college formally inducted the post holders. Rekha G was selected as the president of the college union, V C Hemlata was selected as the vice president and Revathi was selected as the secretary of the college. 

“This is the 41st anniversary of the college and we want every student to live up to the ideal of the college, which is to live a brave and fearless life,” says Kumar Mahadevan, one of the board members of the college.

The formalities were completed in the first half of the programme and the second half was colourful, vibrant and energetic.

 The freshers had a whole array of programmes lined up for the audience — music, dance and to top it all, a fashion show. The ethnic round of the fashion show saw some beautiful anarkalis and gorgeous saris. The retro look donned by the students broke the monotony.

“We had a lot of fun. The juniors always put up a great show. We have been waiting for the freshers’ day for a long time and finally, the day has come. The best part is that today, we have all the liberty to have fun,” says Gayatri, a second-year student.

 The students were seen shaking a leg to the dance numbers being performed on stage. “Freshers’ day is always special. As a first-year student, I feel happy that we have been welcomed in such a grand manner. Many of my classmates are performing today and I am looking forward to that,” adds Yuvika, a first-year student.

The council members immediately went about with their duties, organising the programme and helping wherever required. The college authorities awarded many meritorious students and acknowledged the efforts of several staff members.

Shruta Kirti was awarded for scoring the second highest in MSc biochemistry and Saswati was awarded for achieving the fourth rank in biochemistry. Tejaswini, who scored the highest marks in auditing taxation, was also awarded. Geeta was given the meritorious award for scoring the third highest marks in physics.