Thou art light, fill me with thy light

Thou art Light, fill me with Thy Light

Auditorium- Thevenet Hall

The College has an aesthetically designed and air conditioned Auditorium with a seating capacity of around 600.The Auditorium is equipped with state-of-the-art infrastructure and has double floor seating, a generator for power back-up and two green rooms. It has excellent acoustics and a JBL sound system as well as a full stage lighting system with 60 lights. It is equipped with 25 hand fire extinguishers and has 6 exit points for use in case of emergency.

The Auditorium hosts a rich variety of cultural programmes every year e.g. the Freshers' Welcome, Convocation, PTSA meeting, Montage events, etc.

The auditorium also has an area that serves as a venue for indoor games like Judo, Badminton and Table Tennis.



6th February 2020 was a special day for the JMC family, with two significant events being held together in a beautiful ceremony.His Grace, Archbishop Anil Jose Couto, who was the Chief Guest for the occasion, releasedChronicling a journey: Beginnings, Mentors and Momentous Milestones, a Coffee Table Book commemorating the Golden Jubilee of the College.

While this was a moment to look back and celebrate JMC’s legacy, it also became an occasion to formalize, for times to come, and literally embed in stone, the name of Claudine Thevenet, the very fountainhead of JMC’s educational vision. The Multi- purpose Hall (MPH) of the college was formally named as the Thevenet Hall, and was blessed by Archbishop Anil Couto.Another special guest, Sr. Marina John, former Principal of JMC, also graced the occasion with her presence, along with Officiating Principal Sr. Rosily T.L and members of the Staff and students.

It was the perfect way to commemorate the Feast of Saint Claudine Thevenet which is celebrated on 3rd February each year. As the letters of her name in black stone were unveiled to the sound of the audience’s applause andthe singing of the hymn “there shall be showers of blessing”, it was as if the showers of blessing were coming from Saint Claudine Thevenet herself.