St Thomas College Commemoration Day–Report The 67th Commemoration Day of the college was celebrated on 25 June 2019, in all grandeur and dignity as befitted the auspicious occasion. The order of worship conducted by the students of the MTSA led by Prof. Jeethu Rachel Mathew, and the melodious renditions of the college choir led by Dr Tom Thomas lent solemnity and beauty to the event. Dr Mathew P. John, the Principal of the college, welcomed the esteemed assembly comprising of students and staff, former staff, stakeholders and well-wishers of the college. His Grace the Most Rev. Dr Joseph Mar Thoma Metropolitan, Manager of the college, addressing the gathering, highlighted on the importance of traditional courses of study. Delivering the Commemoration Day message, Shri. P. B. Nooh, IAS, District Collector, Pathanamthitta, reminded the audience of their mission of social commitment and the vision of the college to be torch bearers for posterity. Academicians who acquired the degree of PhD—Dr Shinimol A.K. in Zoology, Dr Tom Thomas in English, and Dr NithinVenugopal in Commerce, and students who had qualified the NET/JRF—Ms Athira Suresh (English) and Ms Swetha Thomas (Commerce), were honoured at the meeting. The occasion proved to be opportune also for the celebration of the imminent birthday of His Grace, the Manager of the college, and cake was distributed to all. Felicitations were rendered by Prof. Issac Abraham, Treasurer of the college, Shri. Benny Puthenparampil, Vice President of the PTA, Dr George K. Alex, Head in charge of the Department of History and Political Science, and Shri. Philip Mammen, Representative of the Alumni Association. Prof. Elizabeth John, Head of the Department of English, and Convener of the meeting, thanked the audience for their graceful participation which contributed immensely to the success of the programme. She also thanked Prof. Thomas Mathew, Prof. Susan George, Prof. Ninu Thomas, Dr Susan Mathew, Dr Saramma Varghese, Dr Lathakumari P.C., Dr Sneha George Pachayil, Dr Tom Thomas and Dr JasyThomas who steered the programme successfully all through to its finale. The function closed with prayer by Rev. Varghese Philip, local Manager of the college, and the benediction.