Cultural Programs is one of the attractions in MES Kalladi College. Culture could be based on shared ethnicity, gender, customs, values, or even objects. Culture is our way of life. It includes our values, beliefs, customs, languages, and traditions… Our culture measures our quality of life, our vitality and the health of our society. Through our culture, we develop a sense of belonging, personal and cognitive growth and the ability to empathize and relate to each other. Our department and students give more priority and importance to improve these values and customs. These characteristics are that all cultures share are learned, shared, symbolic, integrated, and dynamic. Cultural inheritance is very important to transfer it. It refers to the storage and transmission of information by communication, imitation, teaching, and learning. It is transmitted by the brain rather than by genes. However, it does have a genetic basis; the genes involved determining the structure of the brain.
Women Development Cell conducts Mehendi Fest in every year as an encouragement to students who are good at Mehendi Designs.
Malayala Dinacharanam was celebrated by in the campus, with fervour on November 1 in every year in a colourful setting. A Malayali Manka and Kerala Sreeman competition was held. The formal function started with an enchanting Kerala Natanam and Kavitha Archna by the students depicting the symbolic essence of poems by famous Malayalam poets with a musical background. Honoured guests distribute prizes to the winners of the program. Certificates to the participant students of were also distributed and sweets were also distributed to everyone on the occasion.
Onam festival is not just a festival to cherish, but a moment to bring back past of prosperity and goodness. Chendamelam performance along with ‘ghoshayathra’, photo exhibition, other cultural programmes etc. Girl students make pookalam and other floral works in the campus. The traditional feast was served to students, staff and workers on the campus on the occasion. Students presents colourful cultural programmes at the end of the day.
Ramadan is the lunar month when Muslims from around the world celebrate the holy month with food and water fasts from predawn until sundown. They break their fasts, known as iftar, by eating dates and drinking water, the way the Prophet Muhammad used to break his fasts long ago. The end of Ramadan and the month of fasting is Eid al-Fitr, one of the greatest holidays for Muslims. Eid celebrations revive the lessons of mercy, compassion and social justice learned during the holy month of Ramadan. The first event was an iftar dinner, an activity of the Muslim Students.
The Christmas carousing took place in the college every year. On Christmas party day, a special gathering was conducted. The celebrations included a musical presentation from the college singing group and a tag on surprise fight up by Santa Claus.
Fresher’s Day CelebrationThis event is organized by Senior students to have good communication with the juniors and to welcome the juniors in their college. Juniors will have to perform and show their talents. At the end of the party, seniors will give the tag of Mr. Fresher and Mrs. Fresher to the best performer of the day. Juniors should take advantage of this event. They should show their talents and get good communication with their seniors because the seniors are the person who will only help you in the future mainly at the selection of carrier in the future.
Departmental Cultural Fest
In every year departmental wise Cultural Fest was held in the campus. The HOD of the department are the coordinators of the program. The cultural fest helps to showcase the talents of the students. A total of 13 events were organized with various themes for the students to participate in every year.
List of events:
- Pencil Sketching
- The Cover Page ( Musical Band )
- Clash of Council
- Air Crash
- Flash Mob
- ABCD – Anybody can dance ( Solo Dance )
- EBCD – Everybody can dance ( Group Dance )