St.Teresas college Conducted Short Film Exhibition Based on Mother Tongue day– 60 Thikanja Malayalam & Ezhuthachan.
International mother language day is a worldwide annual day held on 21 February. This was held to promote cultural diversity awareness of linguistic and to promote multilingualism. This was first announced by UNESCO on November 17th. The international mother language day was formally recognized by the United Nations General Assembly with the adoption of UN resolution 56/262 multilingualism in 2002. Mother Language day is part of a broader initiative to perform the protection and preservation of all languages used by the people of the world.