St Aloysius College Celebrates Constitution Week

St Aloysius College(Autonomous), Mangaluru celebrated Constitution Week from January 22 to 25 on the eve of 68th Republic Day.

As a part of the celebration the Department of Constitution drafted the important aspect of the constitution of India like Making of Indian Constitution, Preamble of the Indian Constitution,  Fundamental Rights, Secular ethos and made arrangements to announce them in public address system daily during prayer time from 22 to 25 January 2018.

The Department of Political Science in association with the library of the college organized a book exhibition on Constitution. In the exhibition coins of various countries were also displayed which were brought from St Aloysius Museum.

On January 22, a workshop for Student Council members was organized from 2.40 p.m to 4.30 p.m. Mr Kiran M. Ms Asha Nayak and Prof Rajaram Tolpadi were the resource persons.  180 students participated in the workshop.

Humanities Association organized three different competitions on 22nd January 2018. The competitions included turn coat, pencil sketching and essay writing. This was a great way to get the students interested in Indian constitution. The students participated with great enthusiasm. It was amazing to see very creative and though provoking ideas of students being reflected in the competitions. There were around 30 students participated from the college.On January 23 at 3.40 p.m. Student Council organized Rewrite your Right competition, Poster making and group discussion.

Human Rights Cell conducted Quiz on “Indian Constitution and Politics” on 24 January 2018 in the  Xavier Auditorium.   Quiz prelims was  conducted on 23 January 2018. There were 20 teams and the best five teams were selected for the final quiz.

On January 25, at 2.40 guest talk  by Dr Rajaram Tolpadi, Professor,  Department of Political Science, Mangalore University, on the topic ‘The Philosophy of Indian Constitution and Contemporary Challenges’ was organized  for the staff members at LCRI. Rev Fr Dionysius Vaz, Rector was the President of the programme.