Patna Women’s College Alumni Association
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The Legacy of the Alumni
Dr. (Mrs.) Kalawati Tripathi, was born in 1923. She was University Professor and Head, Dept. of Hindi, Patna Women’s College, Patna University. She joined Patna Women’s College as lecturer in 1948. She was elected and nominated member of Patna University Senate for three years. She was also Member of the Governing Body, Patna Women’s College; Member of the Governing Body, Bankipore Girls High School, Patna and member- Bihar Legislative Council (Nominated) 1984-1990. She breathed her last in 2009.
Dr. Indira Verma was born on 24th July 1935 at Motihari. She passed her matriculation in 1951 and was married to Shri Bhisma Prasad, an engineer. She came to Patna after her marriage and concentrated on her studies. She did the Intermediate and Graduation from Patna Women’s College. She got first class in B.A. Hons. She passed her M.A. from Patna University in First Position. After completing her studies she was selected by the BPSC for the post of lecturer. She joined Patna Women’s College as a teacher in 1957. Dr. Sister Lucile A.C. was the Principal at the time of her joining. She got a chance to learn a lot from her experiences. During her teaching career she was also involved in extracurricular activities of the College. She played active role in organizing sports, cultural activities, conducting examination, etc. She regarded Dr. Sister Liceria A.C. as her friend, philosopher and guide. She worked under her guidance. Till today she is maintaining her close association with her. At present she is leading a quiet and peaceful retired life. Her daughters are settled in US. She is very fond of Dr. Ameeta Jaiswal, Head, Dept. of Philosophy. She has maintained her close association with her till today.
Shama Talat, was born in 1st January, 1943.She Passed 10thin 1958 first division; I.A. inArts in 1960 second division; Bachelor of Artsin 1962 second class in Urdu; Master of Arts in 1965 second class in Economics.She had been in Patna Women’s College hostel for four years from 1958 to 1962. Sister Lucile A.C. was the Principal at that time and she was her beloved professor of Economics. She liked this subject that is why she changed her line and did her M.A. in Economics.
Dr. Alpana Sen Gupta was born in 1953. Professor& Head (Retd), P.G. Centre of Psychology, College of Commerce, Arts & Science (COCAS), PPU. HerGraduation is from Patna Women’s College, Psychology Honors.Session: 1971- 1973, M.A. & PhD (Patna University, Ten years P.G. teaching and Research experience as a Research Associate (1983- 1988, 1992 – 1996) at Dept. of Psychology, Patna University, She feels very proud being alumni of Patna Women’s College. She admits that she has learned discipline, dedication for work, honesty to serve the needy and downtrodden from the college. Cultural heritage of this college is unique. Today, what she is she owes to this college, teachers and parents. Remembrance of the golden days of student life at Patna Women’s College makes her smile.
Mrs. Sudha Bhatt (Virlley) was born on 11th October 1938 in Patna. She did her schooling from Mount Carmel School, Patna and did graduation from Patna Women’s College in 1961 under Principal Mother Theodosia A.C. She completed her B.Ed. In 1961-1962 from B.Ed. College, Patna with Hindi Literature as her subject. She got married and came to Jamshedpur. She joined St. Joseph Welfare Centre, Golmuri (Bishop House) 1971 under Principal Fr. Joseph Currie and parish priest Fr. CR Prabhu who was in charge of JYOTI club in St. Joseph Welfare Centre under Fr. Currie. She took Stitching and tailoring classes for poor women in Bishop House. She joined Loyola High School, Jamshedpur as a Hindi teacher on 14th January 1972 under Principal Fr. McGauly. She was in charge of Hindi drama and skit that was performed during Parent Teachers’ Meeting. She also trained students for Hindi elocution. She retired in 2000 with one year of extension under Fr. Pius Fernandes.
Justice Gyan Sudha Mishra Years in College and Course Pre-University- 1965, B.A Part –I: 1965-1966, B.A (Hons) Political Science: 1966-1968. (Honors classes were held in Patna College in those days.). Former Judge of Patna & Rajasthan, High Court. She was the first Woman Chief Justice of the Jharkhand High Court at Ranchi. She became the fourth Woman Judge of the Supreme Court of India , New Delhi and the only Lady Judge from Bihar and Jharkhand so far, to have been appointed as a judge of the Supreme Court of India New Delhi. Currently functioning as Arbitrator in National and International Commercial Arbitrations
“SAHAS Award Ceremony”
Alumni Association, Patna Women’s College (PWCAA)
Date : 08.03.2022
Christmas Milan with Rickshaw Pullers and Transgender Friends
Date : 22.12.2021
ALUMNI MEET 2021.
Date : 21.12.2021
The Alumni Association of Patna Women’s College organized Preamble reading and Quiz Competition in different Government schools to celebrate Constitution day
“Bihar Prithvi Diwas”
Patna Women’s College Alumni Association (PWCAA)
Dated: 9th August 2021
Rainbow Festival Week
Celebration with Alumni Association
Patna Women’s College
Date: 29th July 2021
“World Rain Day”: Rainbow Festival Friendship Week was celebrated by Tarumitra in collaboration with Alumni Association of Patna Women’s College and Allure N Lissome. Dr. Sister M. Rashmi A.C., Principal, Patna Women’s College, Dr Ameeta Jaiswal, Dr. Taposhi Mukherjee, Dr. Sister Stuti A.C.
Dr. Ragini Ranjan, Dr. Sister Jincy A.C., Dr. Kumkum Rani, Ms. Samiksha Sinha, Ms. Chandni Sinha, Mr. Alok John and Patna Women’s College Cabinet members were present during the occasion. Plantation of bamboo and insulin plants were done by students to mark this occasion
World Environment Week, 2021
A series of online program and webinars were conducted by Tarumitra from 1st June to 5th June 2021. It saw the representation from all across India and the globe as well. Activities ranged from best out of waste, cooking without fire, seed collection, use old clothes to make bags and masks, cardboard making for shelves and book holders, bird feeders, using leftover food to make compost and other innovative ideas.
In the evening, on 4th June and 5th June 2021, two International Webinars were hosted. The theme was according to the United Nation Protocol “Ecosystem Restoration”. Around 500 participants participated from all over including Mr. Tripurari Sharan, Chief Secretary, Government of Bihar, Dr. Ashok Ghosh, Chairman, BSPCB, Dr. Father Robert Athickal, Founder of Tarumitra, Father Tony Pendanath, Director of Tarumitra and students, teachers & participants from all over.
Ms. Devopriya Dutta, Alumni and Member of Governing Body of Alumni Association of Patna Women’s College organized the following events.
“Jal Jiwan Hariyali Mission” Human Chain Drive organized by Dept. of Environment, Forest & Climate Change in Collaboration with Tarumitra on 19th January 2020.
“Breast Cancer Awareness” in collaboration with Gulmohar Maitri in Pink Parade on 4th February, 2020
“Breast Cancer Awareness” Programme was organized in Patna Women’s College by the Alumni Association in collaboration with the doctors of AIIMS, Patna. 5th February, 2020
International Forest Day and Sparrow Day on 20th and 21st March 2020 in Tarumitra with students and community members for conservation of biodiversity and natural resources
Workshop on Organic Farming, Kitchen garden, Terrace garden, Composting & Translocation of trees for Non-Teaching staff of St. Xavier’s College on 17th June 2020
Plantation Drive in Kankarbagh Colony, Patna on 26th June 2020
Felicitation of Tarumitra India by Shri Tarkishore Prasad, Hon’ble Deputy Chief Minister of Bihar in Samman Samaroh of “Jal Jeewan Hariyali Mission” organized by Department of Environment Forest & Climate Change, Govt. of India held in July – August 2020.
Virtual Meeting organized by CEED for “Civil Society Consultant for Climate Change Public Manifesto” on 22.07.2020
Dr. Priyanka, Assistant Professor, Department of History and Ms. Neha, Assistant Professor Department of Geography, alumnae of Patna Women’s College organized “An Awareness Programme on Environmental Conservation” at Kanya Madhya Vidyalay (Rajbhawan Campus) on 07.12.2020. The topic of the event was “Environment Conservation (painting and Speech Competition)”. Around 50 students participated in this event.
The students of the school took pledge for the environmental conservation. They were made aware of water conservation, plantation, waste management. Harmful impact of the use of plastic was also discussed with the students.
Ms. Devopriya Dutta, Alumni and Member of Governing Body of Alumni Association of Patna Women’s College contributed her services in Transgender Free Health Check-up Camp organized by Netram Eye Foundation, Delhi on 23.12.2020.
Patna Women’s College Alumni Association organised an Awareness Programme on COVID Vaccine trial at AIIMS, Patna in collaboration with the doctors in-charge of it. About 30 students and some alumni teachers attended the programme on 24.12.2020
Christmas Milan with rickshaw pullers and Transgender friends
The Alumni Association of patna Women’s college celebrated diwali with children of the slum studying at the PWC literacy centre run by ICWA and distributed sweets and diya to them
Greetings to all!
It gives me immense pleasure to inform you all that Patna Women’s College Alumni Association (PWCAA) will now be a registered association. At present we are running a Yoga and Meditation Centre at Patna Women’s College. The facility of which will be available for all the Life members on second and fourth Saturday of every month in the Carmel Hall from 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m.
Regular activities related to the environment is being conducted by one of our active Alumni Ms. Devopriya Dutta, Social Activist & Environmentalist. I wish more alumni should come with such activities as well as outreach programs.
A Gentle Reminder…
1. Those who have not yet registered for Life Time membership. Kindly do so by paying a sum of Rs. 5000/-. The bank details for the payment is mentioned below:
Account Name – Patna Women’s College (Alumni Fund)
Account No. – 85970100002308
Bank Name – Bank of Baroda
Bank Branch – Patna Women’s College
IFSC Code – BARB0VJPAWC
MICR Code – 800012048
2. Offline mode of Registration:
- Through Cheque or Cash
- The cheque or cash can be submitted to the Department of Philosophy, Patna Women’s College. The cheque or cash will will be deposited in the bank and the receipt will be handed over to you.
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Dr. Ameeta Jaiswal
Patna Women’s College Alumni Association (PWCAA)
“Christmas Milan” with Transgender Friends and Rickshaw Pullers
organized by Alumni Association of Patna Women’s College on 23rd December, 2020
Patna Women’s College is a premier institution, whose hallmark has always been Quality and Excellence. The Alumni Association of Patna Women’s College organized a short programme to celebrate “Christmas Milan” with Transgender Friends and Rickshaw Pullers on 23rd December 2020. It was celebrated with about 150 transgender friends at 10:30 a.m. in the basketball court of the college, followed by the programme with about 150 Rickshaw pullers that began at 11:30 a.m. Only Carol Song was performed by the sisters of Patna Women’s College. No games and cultural programmes were held due to Covid’19 Pandemic.
The programme was compered by Dr. Amrita Chowdhury, IQAC Coordinator, Patna Women’s College and Dr. Aprajita Krishna, Head, of Physics Department.
Dr. Sister M. Rashmi A.C., Principal, Patna Women’s College gave the Christmas message to the transgender friends and rickshaw pullers and distributed gifts to them.
The members of the Alumni Association of Patna Women’s College were also present and they too distributed food packets and gifts to the Transgender Friends and Rickshaw pullers.
Alumni Meet 2019
Patna Women’s College a premier institution, whose hallmark has always been Quality and Excellence organized an ‘Alumni Meet’ on 21.12.2019 at 4:30 p.m. in the Open Air Stage.Around 150 alumni attended the meet.
Dr. Sister M. Rashmi A.C., Principal, Patna Women’s College welcomed the alumni, recollecting the memories of bygone days and cherishing the achievements of the alumni of Patna Women’s College. She expressed her good wishes toall the alumni present on the occasion and appreciated the efforts of Patna Women’s College Alumni Association in conducting the programmes.
Dr. Sister M. Rashmi A.C
Principal, Patna Women’s College
A PowerPoint Presentation was presented by Dr. Ameeta Jaiswal, President, Alumni Association, Patna Women’s College, along with her team by Ms. Sushmita Chakraborty, Vice President, Alumni Association, Ms. Manisha Prasad, Head, Dept. of Computer Science, and Ms Renu, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Computer Science highlighting the achievements of the College since 2015. Recalling the motto of College she briefly depicted the journey of progress covered by College.
Dr. Ameeta Jaiswal
President, Alumni Association
A video prepared by Survi Sinha, presently Head, Deptt. of English, DPS,Gurgaon, highlighted the variousactivities conducted by Delhi Chapter was also shown.
Ms. Samiksha & Group
Ms. Samiksha, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Sociology together with Dr. Shaija Sinha, Dr. Shefali Roy and Dr. Majula Shushila performed an entertaining dance.
Ms. Dr. Sister M. Liceria A.C., Former Principal(1978–1997), Patna Women’s College addressed the alumni. She gave a motivating speech and invited alumni of the College to help and support the social causes taken up by the College. She concluded her speech with her greetings for the upcoming year and her blessings.
Ms. Dr. Sister M. Liceria A.C
Patna Women’s College
There were two rounds of Games and prizes for the Alumni. Sharing of Experience was conducted by RJ Shruti, Prof. Maya Shankar (Deptt. of History),Dr. Runno Ravi and Ms. Deepika (Deptt. of English); R. J. Shruti (Deptt. of BMC),Ms. Nita Sahay shared their experiences.
R. J. ShrutiDr. Runno Ravi
Dr. Shurbhra Dwivedi,President, Jamshedpur Chapter Alumni Association gave a PowerPointpresentation of the activities being conducted by the alumni at Jamshedpur.
Dr. Shurbhra Dwivedi
President, Jamshedpur Chapter
A dance performance on College Life wasenacted by the Cabinet Members (2019-2020) of the College.
College Cabinet Members (2019-2020)
Music and Selfie Corner and Bonfire were also arranged for the entertainment of the Alumni. They were given gifts as souveniers..
The programme ended up with a grand dinner.
Alumni Meet 2019
Patna Women’s College founded in 1940 has entered the 75th year of its existence with a history of academic excellence, committed service and holistic development. The college is celebrating its Platinum Jubilee year 2014 – 15.
The college will be having a Grand Alumni Homecoming Celebration on 24th May, 2015. We feel privileged to invite you to attend the celebration and meet your old friends, classmates and teachers, to reminisce memorable experiences and to share stories of success with us. You are our valued ambassadors, and we would want your continued association with Patna Women’s College.
Registration Fee: Rs. 1000/-
Alumni Program 5.00 p.m. – 7.00 p.m (followed by dinner).
Venue: Open Air Stage
Three easy steps for Alumni Registration:
Step 1: Fill the Alumni Registration Form
Step 2: Online Payment Details / Payment can also be done at the College Counter
Step 3: Send your Payment Acknowledgement at the following
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Payment can also be done at the College Registration Counter.
Registration (College Counter): Date – 15th April – 15th May
(all working days) Time – 1.00 p.m. – 4.00 p.m.
Lifetime Membership Fee – 5000/-
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