Literary and Book Club

The Literary and Book Club aims at fostering a love for books and literature in students and promoting literary activities in our college. The activities include book discussions, interaction with authors, review writing competitions, literary quizzes, visits to book fairs and libraries, workshops etc.


Co-ordinator:  Ms. Aswathy Chandrabhanu (English)
Members:

    •  Dr. Harilekshmi. V.S (English)
    •  Ms. I. Radha (Librarian)
    •  Ms. Hima. S.S (English)
    •  Ms. Rekha. S (Malayalam)

    SN College for Women

    Activity List


    Sl. No.
    Date
    Programme
    Description
    1 8 March 2019 ACT IT- Skit Competition The Literary Club in association with the PG Department of English organized a Skit Competition- ACT IT. The students staged theatrical versions of literary works like Matsyagandhi, Under Fire and Night at the Museum. The students performances were highly appreciated. The team comprising of III BA English students who presented Matsyagandhi won the First Place. Ardra S who performed the lead role was selected as the Best Actress by the judges.
    2 7 March 2019 LiFe@19- Literary Fest The Literary and Book Club in association with the PG Department of English organized a Literary Fest- Life@19 to unearth the literary and creative skills of our students.
    3 7 March 2019 Staging a painting Contest As part of the Literary Fest organized by the Literary Club and the PG dept of English, Staging a Painting contest was organized wherein students recreated on stage the classical paintings of the bygone and contemporary artists.
    4 26 September 2018 Literary and Art Exhibition 2018 The PG Department of English in association with the Literary & Book Club and Media Club organized a Literary and Art Exhibition on 26 September 2018. The event also included competitive rounds like Literary quiz and Tableau.
    5 20 November 2017 Intercollegiate Elocution Competition The Literary and Book Club organized an Intercollegiate Elocution Competition in collaboration with the National Peace Movement on 20 November 2017 as a Preconference of the Fourth National Peace Convention.