An Orientation Programme for first year students was organized by Students’ Affairs Committee Raa’na Liaquat Ali Khan Government College of Home Economics, on Monday, 22nd September 2016. The ceremony was held at the Rangoonwala Auditorium within the College premises. Two registration desks were set up outside the auditorium by the Students’ Committee where members of the Students’ Council facilitated new students in getting their contact information registered for future communication in case of need. Sections lists and class timetables were also displayed outside the auditorium and Students’ Council members guided the new comers in locating their names in the lists and helping them with understanding the timetables. Members of the Students’ Council also managed discipline inside and outside the auditorium during the ceremony. Ms Fahima Fatima, In Charge Students’ Affairs Committee along with her Co In-charge Ms Ghazala Naeem supervised the entire programme. Members of the Students’ Affairs Committee as well as College faculty members were also present during the programme. Amna Athar Jafri, student of BS VIII semester from Nutrition and Dietetics Department did comparing. The ceremony started at 9:00am with the recitation of verses from Holy Quran by Rubaisha Ejaz , Student of XII sec A.Ms Hina Kazi, Lecturer from Nutrition and Dietetics Department gave a brief presentation about the College and its rules and regulations. Dr Rubina Hakeem, Principal RLAK CHE, in her address, welcomed all the new entrants and highlighted the need for being punctual and regular. Furthermore, she highlighted Important rules of the college. The Principal’s address was followed by member s of different clubs of Student’s Council introducing their club; they emphasized the aims and objectives of their respective clubs. The programme ended with an expression of good wishes for the new entrants.
The ceremony in the auditorium was followed by a tour of the college campus. Members from different clubs guided groups of new students to various buildings and departments and showed them around classrooms, labs, and other facilities of the College.