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NEWS & UPCOMING EVENTS

Grad Dinner 2024

On June 7th at 2 PM, the Students’ Union, Govt. Serchhip College hosted a Graduation Dinner for all outgoing students at the HD Rosanga Multipurpose Hall. This formal event saw students arriving in their best formal attire. The evening commenced with a photo session and continued with music and speeches. A special performance by Lalthangmawia from the Department of Mizo garnered tremendous applause. Attendees enjoyed a wonderful evening filled with a sense of nostalgia. The event concluded with vote of thanks by the Indoor Secretary, Students’ Unon. We extend our heartfelt wishes to all the students for resounding success in their future endeavors.

Finishing School 2024

Finishing School 2024 : A skill Development Workshop for Outgoing students for the academic session 2023-24,  was successfully  conducted during 23rd May 2024- 25th May 2024. This was a joint venture of the DHEW (District Hub For Empowerment of Women) , Serchhip, along with EKC & IQAC, Govt. Serchhip College. The event began with an inaugural function and continued with the different sessions scheduled for the first day. Throughout the workshop , students  enrolled in the courses offered based on their personal preference and requirement. All modules of the workshop proceeded smoothly without any significant issues. The workshop was concluded with a closing function on the third day. The success of the program was reflected in the marvellous feedback obtained from the attendees. 

Observance of International Day for Biological Diversity, 2024 at Government Serchhip College

On May 22, 2024, the Eco Club and the Department of Botany at Government Serchhip College celebrated the International Day for Biological Diversity by enhancing campus flora. Native orchids were collected and introduced into the Endemic and Threatened Plant Nursery for ex-situ propagation, with plans to reintroduce them to their natural habitats once their numbers increase. Additionally, endemic species Begonia lushiaensis and Arundinaria phar were moved from the greenhouse to the Mizo Indigenous Fruit Garden and the Demonstration Garden, respectively. Aromatic plant saplings were also added to the greenhouse. Students and teachers participated enthusiastically in these activities.

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