NIRMALA COLLEGE FOR WOMEN
AUTONOMOUS INSTITUTION AFFILIATED TO BHARATHIAR UNIVERSITY
ACCREDITED WITH 'A' GRADE BY NAAC IN THE 3rd CYCLE WITH CGPA 3.62
ACCORDED STAR STATUS BY DEPARTMENT OF BIO TECHNOLOGY, GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
SUPPORTED BY DBT FIST AT ZERO LEVEL
RED FIELDS, COIMBATORE - 641 018, TAMIL NADU, INDIA
The Catechism and Moral Instruction Committee aims to lead students in the righteous path and make their life a meaningful one. This committee categorises students into Catechism and Moral Instruction classes to enrich their knowledge about their religion and the values of life. The sole purpose of CMI Committee is to help students to lead a disciplined spiritual life in the midst of a challenging world. The catechism students from the Christian background learn about the significance of God, His sacrifices for the world and the need for the protection of all life forms. Through His teachings, students imbibe good values and know about the precious life God has given them. Students of Moral Instruction classes are taught the importance of moral values pertaining to life and to discriminate the right from wrong. To widen the spectrum of beneficiaries of this noble mission, the committee conducts varied programs on different levels even for students of other schools and colleges across. This year the following activities and programmes were conducted.
(i) Rev.Fr.R.D.E.Jerome, Secretary, Bishop Ambrose College, Coimbatore, addressed the second and third year UG and all PG students on the topic “Love Yourself”
(ii) Rev.Fr.Kirubakaran, Principal, St.Michael’s Matriculation School, Coimbatore, addressed the first year UG students on “Doing Our Best”
(iii) Mr.Sam from Scripture Union , Coimbatore addressed the third year Computer Science students on the “Spirit of Acceptance”
The CMI committee strives hard to plan and execute various activities for the spiritual growth of the students. With the blessings of the Lord Almighty the committee will bring forth various programmes during the forth coming year for the betterment of the student community.