Patkai Christian College Autonomous (Autonomous), celebrated its 49th foundation day on August 28 at Bundrock Chapel Hall, PCC. A press release from PCC mass communication informed that, to mark the day, principal of the college Dr. Thepfüvilie Pierü and chaplain, Rev. Dr. Vichükho Ngukha, gifted a rooster and salt to the representatives of donor villages – Chümoukedima and Seithekima, under the Angami customary practise. The college has been following the practise of acknowledging and reaffirming the donation since its inception.
Speaking at the programme, member, BOT and treasurer Dr. Kevingulie Khro said that the day was to remember to those who have struggled to shape the college.
He recalled how the college was first started in a jungle five decades ago and established itself as one of the best and the finest college in the Northeast. On the occasion, Dr. Kevingulie also presented award to semester topper.
Principal Emeritus, PCC Rev. Dr. Tuisem Shishak, said the prayer of blessing and unveiled the Golden Jubilee logo, presented by Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science AG Samuel.
Highlights of the programme included special number by the students of Margaret Shishak School of Music, scripture reading from Old and New Testament by vice principal Patkai Higher Secondary School Thingri Sareo and president Evangelical Union, PCC Kenny Tep.