Govt. T.Romana College observed a 2-day event as Cultural Day on October 17 & 18, 2018. The theme chosen for the event was ‘Aia upa zah’ (Respect for Elders). Students and members of the staff attended both days of the event in traditional and ethnic attires. The theme of the event was elaborated upon by teachers on the first day.
The main event held on October 18, 2018 at the College Campus consisted of a function, exhibition, outdoor and entertainment programmes. The Chief Guest at the function, Pu Zonunsanga Khiangte, MJA president congratulated the College on the organization of the event and commented on the College being a cultural hub with representation of different ethnic groups from both in and outside the State. The function also saw an address on the theme by the Keynote Speaker Pu L.Biakthianghlima, senior most faculty and special performances by student groups representing the Mara, Chakma and Assamese groups.
The second day also showcased an exhibition by the State Museum, Department of Art & Culture and by the College.
In addition to this, there were outdoor exhibits showcasing traditional games and dances. In the afternoon, an entertainment programme was conducted by students under the aegis of the Music Club which was followed by a feast in the College Campus.
The first-ever Cultural Day conducted by the College was a grand success with the celebration of traditions and inculcation of values.