On the occasion of Sesquicentennial Jubilee of the Apostolic Carmel Congregation presence in India, ‘Agnosphere’- The Alumni Association of St Agnes PU College had organised a virtual celebration on Monday- November 30, 2020
The programme began with a visual prayer song dedicated to Mother Veronica- The foundress of the Apostolic Carmel Congregation. Sr Norine D’Souza AC, The Principal welcomed the viewers. Dr Sr Lydia AC, Joint Secretary of St Agnes Institutions in her address urged the alumnae to take a bold step of empowering a needy child to grow intellectually, academically, economically and spiritually- as a mark of celebration of sesquicentennial year.
The Alumni – Sameeksha, Yoshitha, Rachana(2015 Batch) and Shravya(2016 Batch) presented a dance drama depicting the education and growth of a girl child.
Mr Radhakrishna Rai, parent of Ananya (Alumni -2017 Batch), thanked the institution forimparting knowledge and wisdom to the girl children and helping them bloom into responsible individuals. Mrs LovinaAranha, Lecturer, Department of Commerce shared her vivid experiences at St Agnes Institutions both as a student as well as a teacher.
Sr Janet Sequeira, The Vice-Principal and Mrs Pramila D’Souza presented a power point presentation about the life of Mother Veronica, The foundress of The Apostolic Carmel, her contributions and the development of the Apostolic Carmel congregation.
On the occasion, SherolMenissa Lobo, student of II HEPP shared her experience as a student of this great institution. She thanked the college for providing umpteen opportunities for the holistic development of a student.
Sherlita and team (2019 Batch) rendered a joyous and mellifluous song celebrating 100 years of St Agnes Institutions.
Though the Alumni are miles apart- Agnosphere- the alumni association was successful in connecting all the Agnesians and putting up a wonderful virtual programme that was well appreciated by the Management and the viewers across the globe.
Caldrida Pearl Dsouza (2017 Batch) compered the programme as well as thanked everyone who worked hand in hand for the success of the programme.