Agnes Fresh Face tests knowledge and wit; Rashika of B.Com wins the crown

After five grueling rounds, where students was tested for knowledge, common sense, wit and ability to tackle stressful situations, Rashika a student of Ist B.Com was crowned ‘Miss Agnes Fresh Face’ on July 25.

Electrifying performances mark St Agnes PU College Introduction day

The introduction day of St Agnes PU College held on July 20 was filled with energy and enthusiasm. The programme which began invoking God’s blessings took off with a variety of performances. Students danced to the tunes of Bollywood numbers as well as Ed Sheeran’s famous track “shape of you”. An interesting mock reality show... Continue Reading →

Dance competition by SPIC MACAY portrays India’s diverse culture on one stage

From Punjab’s Bhangra to Maharashtra’s Lavani, India’s unique culture came alive on one stage. Saturday afternoon in St Agnes College was energetic and colourful! Thanks to the ‘Innovative Indian dance competition’ organised by SPIC MACAY in the College Auditorium. Click to read.

Lively performances mark the formal initiation of Ist year students

The Introduction day programme for Ist year students of St Agnes College, emphasized the importance of education. The programme held in the College auditorium on Tuesday, was organised by the Ist year students and marked their formal initiation in the College. Click to read.

Creative performances by IIIrd year students highlight importance of girl child in society

To create awareness on the importance of girl child in the society as well as make one understand the importance of respecting life, a skit competition was conducted for IIIrd year students of St Agnes College on Tuesday. Click to read.

An emotional blend marks Introduction day of IIIrd year Agnesians

The Introduction day of IIIrd year BA was a blend of emotions. The programme held at the College auditorium on Thursday was themed ‘Navarasa’ (9 emotions) and the students creatively put up a show. Click to read.

If you have a period, say it loud

With an aim to shatter the stereotypes related to menstruation, St Aloysius College Department of Journalism in association with The Red Cycle, organised an awareness programme ‘Breaking the bloody taboo’ for students of St Agnes College in the campus on Wednesday. Click to read.

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