St. Thomas College , Bhilai , under the aegis of Kalapratibha competition 2016-2017, organizing cultural and literary events. From 07-09-2016 till 10-09-2016. The events scheduled are as follows.

07-09-2016 –   Classical Vocal (solo), Light Vocal (solo), Group Song , Rangoli.

08-09-2016 –   Debate . Extempore, Essay Writing, On the Spot Painting.

09-09-2016 –   Classical Dance (solo), Group Dance (folk/Tribal )

10-09-2016 –   Classical Instrument (solo), Poster Making, Cartoon Making, Skit.

Kala-Pratibha Competition begins at St. Thomas College.

The Cultural and Literary events held under the aegis of Kala-Pratibha competition was inaugurated at St. Thomas College in a grand manner. The Chief Guest for the occasion was eminent Classical Dancer Dr. Richa Jogendra Thakur, Prof. Govt. W.W.P.P Girls College Durg. The auspicious occasion began by lighting the traditional lamp. Speaking on the occasion, Dr. Richa said that such events provide ample opportunity for the students to excel in their area of interest. V. Rev. Fr. George Mathew Ramban, in his presidential address mentioned that St. Thomas College has grown from strength to strength and has earned the coveted position in academics as well as in Co-Curricular and extra-Curricular activities . Principal Dr. M.G. Roymon welcomed the gathering. In his speech he explained the motto of “Kala-pratibha” competition and briefed the students about the various activities held under the aegis of “KalaPratibha “. Addressing the gathering the cultural Co-ordinator Dr. Jayasree Balasubramanian said that ‘Kala –Pratibha is more focused towards ‘talent Search’. The various cultural and literary events are held under Kala- Pratibha which helps to promote the hidden talents of the students in a recreational manner. She also emphasized that the college is committed to give maximum opportunity to the students to showcase their talents and thereby develop an attitude of healthy competition.
The Kala Pratibha competition was commenced with music competition which was divided in three parts: Classical Vocal (solo), Light Vocal (solo), and Group song followed by Rangoli Competition. Dr. Chanda Verma, Dept of Chemistry, Dr. Aparna Ghosh, Asst Prof Dept of Economics and Ms. Snigdha