Orientation Programme to encourage students to supplement their knowledge and to motivate them to continue their career in their respective areas. This first ilsor PU Orientation Programme was held in the month of June 2016 for the students tenti parents of Science and Commerce Batch. All fresh admitted students of Goodwill PU College along with their parents were invited to this inter programme. All necessary instructions had been given to the students.
The Day where the Freshers come and explore the campus , meet their faculty and peers, attend informative workshops, learn about exciting academic opportunities,
and get prepared for all the competitive examination.
We welcomed the students with flowers whereas their classrooms were also been decorated to welcome them. We conducted certain cultural activities for the newcomers, which were put up by senior as a welcome gesture. All the students were given a rose by the teachers as they entered college premises.
Our College celebrated 70th Independence Day with great patriotic fervor, zeal and zeast.The function began
with the unfurling of the National flag by the chief guest Sir Dr. Suresha.B in the Presence of Chairman,
Secretary & Principal. It was followed by the singing of the National Anthem. All the parents were invited to
the event. Students performed various activities.
Our PCMB Student Ms. Chaithra, the topper in SSLC was awarded Cash prize by Mr. Yoganandh during Independence Day celebration.
Girls were dressed in Sherwanis, Ghagharas, Lehngas and traditional sarees and the boys wore lungis, dhothis and even bejewelled turbans, like those worn by kings in ancient times. Jeans and T-shirts were not to be seen anywhere in the sprawling grounds. What could have been easily mistaken for a fancy dress ball was actually ‘Ethnic Day’ celebrations at the Goodwill PU College. The main message of the celebration was to respect the traditions and recognise the culture of the others. No body should look down at the tradition or the culture of others said coordinator of the programme.
The college had organized a colourful function on the occasion of Kannada Rajyotsava. Karnataka Flag was hosted, flowers were offered to the photo of Goddess Bhuvaneshwari Maatha. The students put a good performance to depict the rich culture and heritage of Karnataka. All the teachers and students took active part in the programme.
Rangolis are something each of us can easily relate to as they signify two important things – Colours. Rangoli Design Competition at Our Institute. Education and competition are two common elements of all human values. Any kind of competition plays an important role in academic achievement because it helps students to know their strengths and improve their performance.
In yoga, this purpose is called dharma and the point of yoga is actually the same as that of college when it comes to fulfilling your dharma: the practice gives you the tools to engage with the world with impact. College is intended to harness our tremendous potential to change the world. It encourages us to focus on what we want to learn, to broaden our horizons, and cultivate new understandings.
We conduct our college farewell, to bid send off to the students who are about to complete the courses. This marks the end of 2 golden years. We congratulate them for the successful completion of PUC, and wish them for the bright career ahead. The farewell program constitutes the mixed feelings of the students. The senior most students are captured in the waves of memories about their courses years, while the juniors engulf the bitter truth that their senior counterparts will no more share the campus with them, and congratulate and wish them for the successful completion of PUC.