A Government Aided Recognised Minority Educational Institution | Medium of instruction is English | Established & Run by Milli Educational Organisation | Estd: 1992
Affiliated to the University of Calcutta

Student's Week

2024 started on a pretty high note for the students of Milli Al-Ameen College (For Girls). A Government-aided Minority Institute, and affiliated to the Calcutta University, this college celebrated the Students' Week with great pomp and zeal.
2nd January was earmarked for poster making competition. Students from all disciplines assembled with their art supplies and painted their thoughts out in vibrant hues. From social crisis to cyber crimes, from wars to weather calamities - the topics were eclectic and elaborately illustrated.

On 3rd January, an awareness programme cum help desk was set up for SVMCM, Aikyashree, and Post-metric scholarship. Both the teaching and the non-teaching staff took great initiative in imparting awareness and in clarifying doubts regarding these government schemes. The students seemed largely benefited.

A singing competition took place on 4th January. Students were equally eager for this and thoroughly enjoyed as they themselves participated or cheered for the other participants.

Students bustled to the auditorium on the 5th January, as they all geared up for the Food and Mehendi competition. 26 students participated in the food competition while around 20 students participated in the Mehendi competition. Not only did they exhibit their culinary finesse, but also showcased great artistry with intricate Mehendi patterns.

6th January was allocated for a Creative Writing competition. Three relevant topics were given - 1. Climate Emergency 2. A Peaceful World in Contemporary Times and 3. Creative Story Writing. 28 students participated and they beautifully expressed themselves in English, Urdu, or Bengali.

A quiz competition and recitation competition was reserved for the last day. On 8th January, students queued to the auditorium in groups to participate. From history to politics, from science to literature, from entertainment to current affairs - the students came equipped with knowledge from diverse fields.

Overall, an entire week of celebration dedicated solely to the students was successful in every sense of the term. Not only did tey put in great enthusiasm and effort, they also learnt a lot of things. They learnt that in their aspiration and endeavour to excel equally in academics and beyond - they have support from the college as well as government schemes.