24rd Graduation Day

Subbalakshmi Lakshmipathy College of Science and R. L. Institute of Management Studies, Madurai, organized the 24rd Graduation Day on August 5, 2023. The celebrations started with the academic procession, in which the dignitaries were welcomed with the accompaniment of music to the college auditorium. Dr. R. Lakshmipathy, the Honorable President, commenced the ceremony with an invocation and declared the opening of the ceremony, followed by the administration of the pledge. Dr. R. Sujatha, Principal, delivered the welcome address and introduced the chief guest.

Mr. P. Charles Godwin, HR Leader, Zoho Corporation Private Limited, Chennai delivered the Graduation Day Address. In his speech, he shared his inspirations that served as a driving force in his life. He emphasized that students should move in the right direction with clear vision, purpose, and passion to succeed in their lives. He insisted that students should follow their passions and put forth a lot of effort to succeed in life. He highlighted that the sky is the limit for them if their dreams are clear. He also instilled in the students that it was their duty to contribute to the development of our community.

Every head of the department called out the names of the graduates of their respective departments who were awarded the degree certificates by the guest of honor. Totally, 433 candidates from various departments received their graduation certificates.

Dr. R. Lakshmipathy, President of the college, insisted students to keep learning every day and update themselves by developing their technical and communication skills. He emphasized the point insisted on by the chief guest: a dream doesn’t become a reality automatically; it takes sweat, determination, and hard work. The ceremony closed with the national anthem.

The event was expertly handled by Dr. S. Priya, Dean Academics and Mrs. R. Suganthi Hepzibha, IQAC Co-ordinator.

Dr. L. Ramasubbu, Secretary; Dr. R. Sujatha, Principal; Dr. K. Lakshmi, Controller of Examinations; Head of Departments; Faculty Members; Non-Teaching Staff; and Parents participated with joy in the convocation ceremony, and all the graduates went back in absolute glee.


On 14th September, 2021, a Guest Lecture on “The International Day of Sign Languages” was organized by the Department of English. The UN General Assembly has proclaimed 23 September as the International Day of Sign Languages in order to raise awareness of the importance of sign language in the full realization of the human rights of people who are deaf, the department of Languages due to the Internal test conducted the session earlier.

During the session Mrs.R.Suganthi Hepzibha shared about the Sign languages which are fully fledged natural languages, structurally distinct from the spoken languages. She also insisted that there is also an international sign language, which is used by deaf people in international meetings and informally when travelling and socializing. It is considered a pidgin form of sign language that is not as complex as natural sign languages and has a limited lexicon.

The theme for 2021 International Day of Sign languages is “We Sign for Human Rights”, which aims to show how both deaf and hearing impaired people worldwide can unite to advocate for the recognition of the right to use sign languages in all areas was reiterated to the students.

According to the World Federation of the Deaf, there are approximately 72 million deaf people worldwide. More than 80% of them live in developing countries. Collectively, they use more than 300 different sign languages. Totally 42 III year Animation students attended the session and got benefitted about the Sign Languages.