On April 5 th ,2023 , Patna Women’s College, Autonomous, organized Oath-taking ceremony to for the
newly elected Student Council and felicitation ceremony for the outgoing student council 2022-23 .
The programme kick-started with the college anthem, shortly followed by the introductory session.
The outgoing Premier, Shambhavi Kashyap , delivered a tear-jerking speech, sharing her experiences
throughout the tenure of her student council, along with these she quoted, “ this place has become
a home away from home” . On behalf of the students, she thanked the principal, the vice principal,
teachers and non-teaching staff for their support throughout the session.
She also thanked the
Cultural Coordinator Ms. Samiksha Sinha who took over the program further by congratulating both
the new and old council members. In a symbolic ceremony, the old council members passed on their
badges to the new ones. Soon after, the outgoing council members were felicitated by Dr. Sister M.
Rashmi A.C., Principal, Patna Women’s College, who awarded them with the trophy, a bouquet of
flowers, a Gift, a momento, Certificates and a Sash each.
The principal gave the badges to the newly-elected council members. Soon after, the outgoing
Student Council passed their torches to the incoming ones by lighting their candles. Sister Rashmi
then administered the oath. After the oath-taking, the song sung by the new Student Council “Itni
Shakti Hame dena data”, instilled a feeling of hope in everyone. The new Premier, Somya Srivastava,
delivered a speech and promised to do her duties to the best of her abilities , and would efficiently
work as a team together, saying “ coming together is a beginning , staying together is a process and
working together is a success”. Sister Rashmi then addressed both the outgoing and the newly
elected council members and said ” embrace the values of Patna Women’s College and learn the
new virtues that the leadership will provide you with” , Sister ended her message by addressing the
parents of the new council members. Finally, the outgoing Vice Premier Nishtha Vatsa