DATE: 03.02.2018 VENUE: COLLEGE CAMPUS
T.S. Narayanaswami College of Arts and Science, Navalur, organized its Graduation Day ceremony in the college premises on 3 February 2018 at the Elango Hall. Graduates who passed during the academic year 2015-2016 received their graduation certificates. Mr. D. Muruganandam, President (Operations), The India Cements Ltd., was the chief guest for the occasion.
The convocation started with Academic Procession at 10.35 A.M headed by the Principal Dr. R. Gayathri, followed by the Correspondent Mr. V. Balasubramanian, Vice Principal Mrs. K.T. Hema, HODs of different disciplines and the Chief Guest Mr. D. Muruganandam.
Thamizh Thai Vazhthu was played followed by the brief introduction of the college. Principal Dr. R. Gayathri gave the formal welcome address and also highlighted the academic achievements of college during the academic year 2016-2017 with a PowerPoint presentation. The guest was honoured with a memento. The convocation ceremony was formally opened by the Correspondent followed by the Chief Guest Address. In his graduation address, the Chief Guest congratulated the graduates and thanked the principal for her hardships and untiring efforts for the college. He discussed about success factors such as communication and uniqueness with two beautiful stories. He highlighted an important message for the graduates that the lack of communication always leads to issues and advised them to develop their good communication skills which is the key to success in life.
The HODs presented the graduates to get their Graduation degrees and the Chief Guest thereupon gave the degrees to 94 students from M.Com, B.Com General, B.Com ISM, B.Com CS, BBA, M.Sc. Bio Chemistry, B.Sc. Bio Chemistry, BCA and B.Sc. Computer Science.
After that, the Oath taking of the degree Recipients was conducted by the Correspondent Mr. V. Balasubramanian. Later the Graduation was dissolved by him. Vice Principal Mrs. K.T. Hema gave the Vote of Thanks. The ceremony ended at around 11.55 A.M with the playing of National Anthem.
The Academic Procession moved back in the reverse order.