A photo exhibition under the title, on the theme ‘Changing face of my city’ was organised by the department of Mass Communication of Patna Women’s College on Thursday in the college premises. The exhibition displayed 123 pictures clicked by the graduation final year students of the department.
The photographs beautifully arrayed the changes the city of Patna has been going through in recent times. The students beautifully captured the new developments of the city which included some of the new architectures, roads and bridges along with establishing the old monuments and infrastructures. Gangapath aka Marine Drive, JP Setu and the bank of Ganges were vividly shown through different pictures.
On the occasion, the Principal of the college, Dr. Sister M. Rashmi A.C. extended her wishes to the students and congratulated them for their efforts for making it a successful event. The exhibition was inaugurated by slashing of the ribbon by the head of the department, Roma and welcoming the guest of honour, senior photojournalist A.M. Faruqui who acknowledged the work of the students and gave them his feedback individually.
The exhibition has been organised every year since 2016. It was open for students and staff from all the departments of the college. The students were guided by Assistant Professor Prashant Ravi throughout the event. The department faculty members, Ajay Kumar Jha, Ankita, Aprajita Pathak and Gaurav Aranya were also present on the occassion.