Trusted with responsibilities

Installation programme

Trusted with responsibilities

Big dreams: The newly elected student council.

The college office-bearers, class prefects, Communique, Rotaract, management and NSS club members took the oath and promised to carry out their duties with responsibility and integrity.

There was also a special message for the year ahead — ‘To serve but not to be served’, in the well-organised installation ceremony.

The college bearers, who were all in white sari, were brimming with excitement as they were endowed with new duties and power.

They wore sashes and the badges were pinned by manager Shaila John Wesley.

Radhika S of BBM final year was chosen to be the President of the BWCO whereas
Sindhu K J was selected as the vice president.

As the college has banned election process on the campus, the candidates were hand-picked by the class teachers based on their organising ability and leadership qualities.

“This is my fifth year on campus and right from the day I joined, I have been serving the union in different possibilities. But this is the epitome of my journey as I have been elevated to the post of a president,” exclaimed Radhika, who aspires to be an entrepreneur after graduating from Stanford University and cherishes to leave back lots of values and discipline for her juniors.

“As this is a women’s college, I want to motivate the girls to take up a cause in their lives. Every woman should stand on her own and should be able to have an identity in the society,” she said.

The chief guest of the function, Reverend Father Adolf Washington, read out the services of commitment and lighted the candle.

To congratulate the new appointees of BWCO, there were representatives from Mount Carmel College, who wished for a very successful tenure for their counterparts.

 Priyanka S, who took over as the president of Communique Club, has her agenda ready for the year.

She will be taking necessary steps to turn the college newsletter ‘Voice of Baldwin’ into an A3 size colour publication.

“The bulletin covers each event that happens on campus and keeps the students abreast with college activities. My first preference would be to make the
magazine more colourful and interesting in appearance and content. I have many
other plans too which I would be discussing with my team-mates at the earliest,” she said.

Now the leaders are looking forward to the orientation programme arranged for them by the college to hone their leadership qualities.

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