A call of Awakening

Department of Logistics Management organised “A call of Awakening” awareness campaign on 8th March 2021, Monday with a purpose to eliminate the complete plastic waste dumped from sanitary napkins from our community as well as to make aware the community about the ill effects of waste accumulated as a part of menstrual periods.

It was conducted in Melano Hall from 2 pm to 4 pm. The programme started at 2 pm sharp. Ms. Elma George was the emcee of the campaign and it started with a prayer song. The programme was inaugurated by our Vice Principal Dr. Rosalind Gonzaga and Department HoD Ms. Neenu Jose welcomed the resource people and other guests gathered in the hall followed by the felicitation of IQAC Co-ordinator Dr. Nisha Tomji. The session is lectured by the resource person Ms. Renjini M R. She demonstrated how to use the cup and gave a session on the harms caused by the dumping of sanitary napkins all over the world. 

Around 70 teachers participated in the campaign and it was a very interactive session, many teachers shared their experience of using the cup. Ms. Roshni Alice Prem expressed the vote of thanks to the gathering and the campaign winded up at 4.15 pm. The same day 110 menstrual cups were distributed among teachers which gives a meaningful worth to the programme.

Program Coordinators:

  • Neenu Jose
  • Roshni Alice Prem

World Rivers Day – NADHI

Water is the first need for anyone. Since our lives depend entirely on water, it is our duty to think about water conservation and how we can contribute to it.

As a part of World Rivers Day 2020, the Department of B.Voc Logistics Management organized an all India inter-school and intercollegiate short video contest – NADHI. The main aim of the program was to inculcate awareness about the day among the young generation and to make them understand about the importance of conserving water for future generations. The contest was held from 21st to 25th September 2020. Total of 10 participants sent their entries for the competition. Mr. Rabin Balakrishnan was the judge for the contest. The results of the contest were announced on 27th September. First prize was secured by John Paul George of St Albert’s College, Ernakulam, second prize was shared among Mr Joel Pious of Bhavans Royal Institute of management, Thripunithura, and Ms. Ritika S of St Thomas Girls High School, Ernakulam, and third was secured by Mr. Ashik Antony of St Albert’s College, Ernakulam.

Apart from the competition , the Department of Logistics also created two social awareness videos one in English and another in Malayalam on conserving rivers and water bodies and a poster with the caption ‘Save Water’ and circulated in social media. The faculty coordinator of the event was Ms. Lakshmi G and student coordinators were Mr. Arun George and Ms Rosemary Antony.

Awareness Video English

Video link : https://www.facebook.com/logisticsalberts/videos/352669369320156

Awareness Video Malayalam

Video Link : https://www.facebook.com/logisticsalberts/videos/1311565429212747

Participants list with judgement criteria and marks obtained – Results:

Faculty Talent Hunt

Prof. Roshni Alice Prem, Assistant professor of Department of Logistics Management, St. Albert’s College Autonomous portrayed her cooking talents through the program, “Activity Series 2020”, named “Faculty Talent Hunt”, the first show which is an initiative of Women Empowerment Cell, St. Albert’s College (Autonomous), Kochi. It was conducted on 30th July 2020, Thursday from 2 PM to 3 PM through google meet. The activity was based on Home baking – Pizza Making cooking demo & Experience Sharing. About 30 faculty and students participated in the program.

The program was coordinated by Prof. Preethi Francis, Coordinator of Women Empowerment Cell, St. Albert’s College (Autonomous). The program started at 2 PM with a silent prayer and followed by a welcome speech by Dr. Rosalind Gonzaga, Vice Principal, St. Albert’s College (Autonomous). After the welcome Prof. Roshni Alice Prem started off with a cooking demo and then shared her experience in her cooking journey. After the experience sharing an open platform was given for interaction. The program came to an end by 3 PM with a vote of thanks by Prof. Preethi Francis, Coordinator of Women Empowerment Cell, St. Albert’s College (Autonomous)

Participants List :

  1. Dr. Rosaling Gonzaga
  2. Prof. Preethi Francis
  3. Roshni Alice Prem
  4. Dr. Nisha Thomji Varghese
  5. Jeema Jose
  6. Asha Jayprakash
  7. Pearl Antonnate Mendez
  8. Neetha Francis
  9. Neenu Jose
  10. Lakshmi G
  11. Elma George
  12. Roshni Vinod
  13. Nazreen Ashraf
  14. Steffi Rozario
  15. Daisy Roshan Ribera
  16. Dilna Daglas
  17. Neenu Kuruvila
  18. Aswathy K A
  19. Tia Mathew
  20. Greeshma
  21. Akhila
  22. Arya
  23. Amala
  24. Dr. Shiny C A
  25. Jincy
  26. Neeraja James
  27. Shobitha
  28. Ajitha
  29. Ketzia Salu
  30. Jaquilin Fernandez
  31. Amrutha


As part of the International Youth day, we conducted a national level competition “SCRAPEX” for the youth to show their creativity of wonders from waste materials. Ms. Priyanka Ojwani secured the first prize.

Women Equality Painting Competition

Department of B.Voc Logistics management of st alberts college conducted a intercollegiate painting competition “A LYF ON CANVAS” regarding women’s equality day on 26.8.2020 through online platform. Asst.Prof Roshni Alice Prem the Faculty of dept of Logistics (teacher coordinator) along with safida P.s , Amala joshna (student coordinators of sem 5) and salmath,bibitha (student coordinators of sem 3) coordinated the event . The theme for the competetion was women equality.

    7 Students from various colleges around Kerala participated in the event . Asst.Prof. Sajeev M Jos of Fitness Management and Asst.Prof. Abhinash John of space science judged the portraits .Neenumol P of SB college changanassery won the first prize and Elizabeth shimmy of st teresas college won the second .


Albertian Knowledge Summit 2020

Zero Plastics Summit

As part of Green Campus Policy, the Department of Logistics Management took the first step on 15th January 2020 to make the programme Albertian Knowledge Summit 2020 a complete plastic free event. The department organised their meet successfully on 15th January 2020 in Bernard Hall keeping in mind to make that day a Zero Plastic Element Meet as part of our department norms and policies.

We welcomed the guests by giving them the rose flower buds and honoured their presence on the meet by handing over the ceramic pots planted by indoor plants. No plastic bottles were distributed for drinking water among the resource people, instead we served the water in glasses and filled the empty glasses from the earthen jar to meet one of our objective Zero Plastic Element Meet.

The summit was a successful one where we achieved our aim and it was an eye opening programme for all of us where it marked the presence of all students and teachers from our department, 6 resource people who came for the summit and we reiterated our motto in the summit too.

In our department seminar conducted on 1st October 2019 on the topic Logistics and its future by Mr. Krishnan Subramaniam, we thought of making the event more eco-friendly and as a part of it, our department came up with a plan to inaugurate the seminar by watering an indoor plant instead of lightening the lamp with an aim to share a moral value among the attendees. The seminar was conducted for first year students of B. Voc Logistics Management in which the importance of making the environment eco-friendly was also narrated by the speaker and the department HoD.

Later in the honouring session we handed over an indoor plant placed in a ceramic pot to our guest speaker instead of the memento sharing the message that we are trying to eliminate the plastic products as part of our Department initiative to make the campus a Green campus. Though the programme was about logistics related subjects , it also enlightened the value of making our environment plastic free.