PTSA Meeting - II BHMS

Date : 2016-09-10 - 2016-09-10

A Parent Teacher and Student Association (PTSA) meeting was conducted at Father Muller Homoeopathic Medical College on10/09/2016 for the 2nd BHMS, Students.
The Meeting began with a Prayer song and Lighting of the Lamp by the Dignitaries.
Dr Sheena Salin, H.O.D of Pathology and Microbiology Department welcomed the gathering and introduced the Resource person of the day Mrs. Elsie Tharien.
She spoke on the topic 'Challenges Faced' by the student's parents & teachers in molding the student into an efficient human being.

She emphasised the fact that each of us born on this earth is with a purpose and each of us have to discover the plan and purpose God has for us. She urged the parents to be in constant touch with the management and teachers and find out their whereabouts.

She stressed about the need to be self confident, motivated and to have a well integrated personality to the students.
She also emphasized the importance of communication between parents, students & teachers.


It was an informative & interactive session. This was followed by a session from the Vice principal who highlighted the events and academic activities of the college.
Following this there was a Principal's session where he highlighted the various activities that take place in the college. He also spoke about the MIS system followed in the college and urged the parents to follow up their wards performance regarding their marks and attendance regularly updated in the MIS.


 The session concluded by the Administrator's message. He mainly stressed on the discipline in the campus & in hostel. He cleared some of the queries put forth by the parents. He mentioned the crisis faced by the students in month of April & May, also explained to the parents regarding various measures taken to control the outbreak and provide safe drinking water to the students and staff.

The vote of thanks was proposed by Dr Deepa Pais, the Chief Mentor of 2nd BHMS
The post lunch session was for the Parents & students to meeting the HODs & concerned staff of the respective
 departments. There were about 90 parents, who attended the meeting.