On October 2, 2010 the Seminary celebrated the Cultural Day... a bit differently from the previous years. Rather than just an event to showcase the skills and talents at random, the focus of this year was on the presentation of the culture of Andhra Pradesh. Nearly 63 Brothers participated in this event which lasted for the whole morning. Ranging from singing, dancing and mimicry, the Brothers came up with creative means of portraying the rich cultural heritage of Andhra Pradesh. Fr Joseph Anithottam (Parish Priest of Kondadaba), Srs Clara and Prasanna (Sisters from the nearest and latest convent) and Mr Praveen (the Music master) were the judges invited to evaluate the performances of the students.
Some of the events were organised as a group while most were left for individual participation. Each of the growth group came up with a dance and a fancy dress show presenting some scenario of our state. For the individual competition, there was the harmonium, tabala, congo, kanjira, guitar, dance and mimicry. The speech competition too was well participated with very many highlighting certain significant and lesser known facts of Andhra Pradesh.
The whole programme was well planned, coordinated and organised by the Speed and Speed group.