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The Investiture Ceremony organized by the Student Welfare Council of A. M. Jain College, Meenambakkam was held here at 3:30 p.m on 17.08.2016. The ceremony was honored by our beloved Secretary & Correspondent Sri. M. Sardarmull Chordia, Associate Secretary Sri. M . Shanthimull Nahar, Dean Dr. G. K. Francis, the Chief Guest of the day Dr. S. Armstrong, Professor and Head of English Department, Madras University. Dr. Armstrong, an eminent person in the English Literature is an acknowledged person in field of Canadian and Australian Literatures too. Dr. S. Armstrong, an eloquent motivational speaker is known for his famous books – The Voice of the Voiceless, Poems: On a Dying Art and Do You Know to Harvest Honey.

The Investiture ceremony, begins with the salutations to the Almighty, constituted the honoring of Office Bearers of the A.M. Jain College, Meenambakkam and the opening of 5 clubs and 17 Departmental Associations for the Academic Year 2016-2017. The Chief Guest of the Day, Dr. Armstrong presented the two SWC ChairpersonsS.Saravanan, M. Divya, two SWC SecretariesAnantha Raman, Janani and two SWC Assistant SecretariesVinay Veera Swamy and Malavika Sasidharan with their Sash and coroneted them with their titles. Dr. S. Armstrong further opened the 5 Clubs and 17 Departmental Associations by presenting the Club and Association members with their badges.

Dr. Armstrong, Chief Guest of the Day delivered the Keynote address for the ceremony. He enlightened an enthusiastic crowd on “How to integrate Technology and Classroom”. He kindled the interest of the students by giving examples of Auto Annathurai and Terry Fox and their efficient use of technology to achieve greater heights. He further guided the students on how to use the three forms of networking – Academic Networking, Professional Networking and Social Networking. He also insisted to the students the importance of reading books by mentioning Dr. Abdul Kalam’s love for various types of books. He also provided the students with online websites to read books for free of cost.