CHRIST JUNIOR COLLEGE, Bengaluru

Achievers

June 2017

All India 7th Rank for the Bachelor of Design Programme

Seemran Pookulangara , of II PPES (2015-2017) secured All India 7th Rank for the Bachelor of Design Programme conducted by NIFT. We are proud of her achievement, and our best wishes are with her.

March 2017

Ravindra Kalakshetra ‘Nenapinokuli’ – Poetry Festival

‘Language is a way of expression’. It is indeed a pride to showcase our language skills. One such stage was ‘Nenapinokuli’ which is the 50th celebration of Ravindra Kalakshetra’s establishment. It was organized by the Department of language and culture, Government of Karnataka. A variety of events were held in which our students took part.

‘Bayalu Kavyavachana’ where renowned poets presented their poems and discussions were taken up. A Mega event named ‘Vidyarthi Kavighoshti’ where budding poets from various parts of Karnataka presented their own poems. The students who took part were Thejas.K.V, Pooja.N, Hemanth, Kavya, Yashas Gowda and Arpitha.H B. They were specially appreciated for their work.

‘Samooha gayana’ was group singing where students from our college rendered songs so well that they were asked to sing once again. It was indeed a great opportunity of exposure and exploration. We were given a chance to meet and interact with great poets and authors of Kannada literature. In total, it was a great experience to put forth our talent.

State Level Seminar

Women empowerment is an essential for any society. One such stage was provided for students all over Karnataka to present a paper article on ‘Safety of Women’. One of our students Pooja.N from I CAMS K took part in this event and presented her paper-article titled ‘Insecurity of Women – Causes and Prevention’ in Kannada. It was a state level seminar organized by V.V.N Degree College under the initiative of IQAC (Internal Quality Assurance Cell) on 18th March 2017.

January 2017

district level Kannada Debate competition

V.S.Krishnaiyer P.U. College had organized district level Kannada Debate competition on January 06, 2017 to commemorate 94th Birth Anniversary of Sri. V.S.Krishnaiyer. Our students Thejas K.V. of 2 PCMB E and Pooja N. of 1 CAMS K took part in the competition and won second and third place respectively. The team also bagged the Rolling Trophy for the year 2017.

INSEF National Fair

Thejas K V and Sebastian Thomas of II PCMB E have made the entire college proud by winning at INSEF National Fair conducted by Science Society of India , held at K.G. Dholakiya School, Rajkot. Thejas K V guided by Ms. Rashmi R won Gold for the project “Bio ceiling-A novel approach” and will represent India in the international I-SWEEEP, USA.

Sebastian Thomas won silver for the project “Math is Interesting!!- Beauty of numbers in life aspects- A novel approach”. Congratulations to the team for their achievement

December 2016

Divisional level cultural competition

Karnataka PU board had conducted Divisional level cultural competition on December 14, 2016, in Davangere. Having placed in the district level cultural competition, Christites, participated in the next level.
Nayana. S. Jadhav of 2CAME L has made our college proud by winning 2nd place in the event MONO ACT and is selected for State Level Cultural Competition.

November 2016

District Level cultural competitions

The PU board of Karnataka conducted district-level cultural competitions on November 26, 2016. For I PU students it was conducted in NMKRV College at Jayanagar and for II PU students it was conducted in Vijaya College, Jayanagar. Christites participated in various events and bagged prizes. The list of winners is:
Nayana.S. Jadhav – First place- Mono-acting-II CAME L
Srujana Mohan- Second place-Pick and Speak- II PCMB D
Vishrutha- Third place-Essay writing-II CAMS K
Pooja.N- First place- Debate- I CAMS K
Karthikeyan- Second place- Mono-acting , Third place- Pick and Speak – I PCME I
Aishwarya- Bhavageethe - Third place- I PCMB A

Our students Nayana.S.Jadhav and Pooja have been selected for division level competition which will be held in Davanagere district on December 13, 2016. Congratulations to all the winners!

St CHAVARA Memorial cup 2016

CJC Basketball Boys team participated in the ST CHAVARA MEMORIAL CUP 2016 , Organized by Christ Junior College - Residential held on 16 November 2016 in Kengeri campus. The CJC team won the event. Congratulations!

INSEF SCIENCE FAIR (SCIENCE SOCIETY OF INDIA)

Sebastian Thomas of II PCMB E from Christ Junior College participated at the INSEF Science fair conducted by “Science Society of India (SSI)” at Vagdevi Vilas School, Bangalore held on 12th November 2016. His research work “Math is Interesting!! – Beauty of numbers in life aspects – A novel approach” won the Gold medal in Mathematics category among five mathematics projects. The work on “Limit of Extension Theorem” in the field of Analytical Number theory has also been credited in the fair. The project was self – guided.
He is also qualified for the INSEF National Fair which is likely to be held in Rajkot, in January 2017.

Magnasports 2016

Christ Junior College organized Magnasport 2016 on November 09, 2016. Our students made us proud once again by winning in most of the events.

Here are the results:
Throw ball (Girls & Boys) - Winners
Basket ball (Girls & Boys) - Winners
Volley ball (Girls) - Winners
Congratulations to all the teams

October 2016

District Level Athletic Meet

The students of Christ Junior College participated in the Pre-University District Level Athletic Meet , students achieved 4 gold medals, 13 silver medals and 6 bronze medals Totally 23 in District level athletic meet on 4& 5 November 2016 and 10 Athletes are selected for state level meet.

NCC National Games

Kudos to 2/9 Coy NCC cadets, who represented Karnataka and Goa NCC Directorate and won the Runners Up Trophy of the Basketball Event, in the 2016 NCC National Games, held at Delhi.

South Asian Aquatic Championship

Riddhi Bohra of 1 CAMS J took part in the recently held State level swimming meet for pre university students held in Hubbali on 28 October 2016. She got 3 golds in 50 meters breaststroke, 100 meters breaststroke and 200 meters breaststroke.

She also took part the recently concluded South Asian Aquatic Championship held in Colombo, Sri Lanka from October 19 to 23, 2016.
She achieved the following:
Gold in 50 meters breaststroke U-18
Gold in 4x100 medley relay U-18
Silver in 100 meters breaststroke U-18

Congratulations ! to Riddhi for this wonderful achievements.

MSFS Foundation Cup - 2016

Our college Basketball teams (both girls and boys) were declared winners at the MSFS Foundation Cup - 2016 conducted by St. Francis De Sales College, Electronic City, Bengaluru on 24 October 2016. Congratulations to both the team

September 2016

VISMAYA 2016

Our Students have won an overall trophy VISMAYA 2016-Intercollegiate Science Fest conducted by Jain College, Jayanagar on 23th and 24th September 2016.


Science Fest

SEBASTIAN THOMAS of II PCMB E secured first place in the “National Level Science Fest Competitions” at PES University , for Ideathon Challenge.

Congratulations to Sebastian Thomas for this wonderful achievement.

August 2016

DIMENSION

"Runners-Up in 'DIMENSION' -Math Fest held at Christ Junior College Residential and Christ PU College-Residential,Kengeri" on August 06, 2016

Congratulations to all !

July 2016

Winners at State Level Olympics Athletic Meet

The students of Christ Junior College participated in the State Level Olympics Athletic Meet, organised by Youngster Club held at Sri Kanteerava Stadium, Bangalore on 22 and 23 July, 2016. The results of the Athletic Meet are as follows.


S N Shrvan

High Jump
First Place

Alvin Xavier

Long Jump
Second Place

Tushar Patil
200 Meters
Second Place


Kevin Mathew, Jilson Varghese, Tushar Patil, Meldon D'Souza
4 x 400 m Relay
Third Place

Grace Elizabeth
Shotput
Third Place

Congratulations to all the winners

MATHTRIX 2016

Students of Second PU Science and Commerce represented CJC at the Mathematics Fest of NPS ,Indiranagar "MATHTRIX" .They secured First position in "Ground Zero" and "Step X".

Congratulations!

May 2016

TOP SCORERS IN II PUC PRE-UNIVERSITY EXAMINATIONS 2016

Stream
Name
Total Marks
Commerce
Diya George
592
Srishti S
591
Merlin George
590
Science
Sanjana S
592
Pallavi Madhukar
590
Gundam Satyabhama Reddy
588
Sushma Venugopal
587
Poojana Prasanna
587
Social Sciences
Tania Martha Thomas
580
Vidisha Mishra
570
Safoora Noor
565
Srishti M
565

Experiences of the top scorers of II PU Board examinations 2016

When I first entered Christ Junior College, the infrastructure was the thing I liked. It was amazing. It had classrooms which were spacious, and bright which actually helps in keeping one’s mind fresh during classes. The campus consists of many cafeterias, the bird’s park, football, basketball and cricket grounds which had many good places to hang out with my friends. The college gave equal importance to studies and extracurricular activities which is the best thing for the holistic development of a student. We got many opportunities to show our talents during XITE and to display our ideas during the COSMOS. The teaching methodology followed the teachers and helped us a lot. The lab facilities were great. The tests and exams conducted by the college were difficult when compared to boards but it helped me a lot in understanding the concept thoroughly. So this college is a major reason for me to score this well. I’m really glad to be a part of this amazing institution. Proud to be a Christite!

SANJANA S | PCME I
Science (592/600)

It all began when I first walked into the enormous campus of Christ Junior College. I was filled with excitement and was curious to know how to use up this oasis of tranquillity to my greatest advantage. I was also a little apprehensive about the new stream I had selected-Commerce. I used to always forgo many opportunities as they were never my priority. I started off as an academically oriented student. However I will never forget my first orientation with my class teacher, Mr Srinivas Rao who made me realise that everyone is not fortunate enough to get such good opportunities, and that I should never stop myself from anything. That changed my whole perspective. Christ Junior College gave me the best exposure I could get. Soon I found myself taking part in various activities organised by the SWO and Colossus, the commerce club and eventually grew as an individual. The teachers too were ever supportive. Even if I missed a few classes I knew that I could always rely on them, as they were ever ready to help us out. Gradually, I started taking part in more and more competitive events such as Model Business Summit, Product Launch, Inter-college dance competitions, which I had never even dreamt of. Credits for this go to our Principal and Vice-Principal who have always encouraged us to achieve greater heights. It helps one to build their confidence. I am also proud to have been a member of the SWO where we were taught how to manage the most difficult situations efficiently under the guidance of our SWO head, Ms Vidya Balakrishnan. All these achievements would have never been possible without the help and support of our teaching staff, which made sure that we concentrated on our academic preparations as well. The non-teaching staff always kept us in line. When I look back now, I realise that I am not the same girl I was two years ago and I am glad to leave my college as a happy student who is more confident and really thankful for everything that the college has done for her. Christ Junior College has truly kept up to its promise of holistic development.

DIYA GEORGE | CAMS K
Commerce (592/600)

Finally, the 2nd PU results were to be announced on 25th May. It was a long anxious wait for all of us. Waking up on 25th May, I was apprehensive and overwhelmed at the same time. The results were to be announced at 11 am. I couldn’t wait, I didn’t know what to expect. By the time I typed my register number and hit ‘submit’, my heart was pounding. On seeing a total of 591, I was extremely elated.

Speaking of being elated, I am so glad I joined Christ Junior College. It isn’t simply about the name. When I secured a good percentage in 10th standard, I was keen on joining CJC. I was not sure if I could handle the pressure that CJC supposedly put on its student because they always had high cut-offs and exam papers were of a very high standards. I decided to give it a go. How was my experience? Let me tell you something from my heart. The two years that I spent at CJC turned out to be the best two years of my life.

The focus was not on academics alone. We were involved in many extra-curricular activities and fests were an integral part of our college life. The personality grooming sessions we had has made me bold and outspoken and I am a confident individual who can face the world today.

I take this opportunity to thank all my teachers and the college management for their support and guidance without which this success would not have been possible.

I believe that hard work and consistent preparation was the key to my success. I urge all my junior Christites to believe in themselves and work hard. Success will be yours.

SRISHTI S | CAMS K
Commerce (591/600)

If you’d told me two years ago that I would be one of the toppers of Christ Junior College, I wouldn’t have believed you. This is now a reality due to a lot of hard work, and a lot of help. My journey in this college would be incomplete if I didn’t express my gratitude to those who’ve relentlessly been by my side. Like always, my family gave me the encouragement I needed. My ever-supporting teachers pushed me to reach my potential. I’m grateful to have had seniors who made me feel at home, and advised me when I was at cross-roads. Lastly, I thank my friends who cheered me up whenever the stress was getting on to me. I congratulate all my peers, and wish them the best of luck in their future endeavors. After all, junior college might be over, but we have the rest of our lives ahead of us.

PALLAVI MADHUKAR | PCME H
Science (590/600)

What I’ve really enjoyed about my two years at college was the student-friendly atmosphere that the college provided and the fact that I’ve made so many new friends. When I first came to Christ Junior College I didn’t know anybody at all and I was a bit worried that I would be on my own but I needn’t have been, most of the other students were in the same boat as me and I soon made some great friends on my course. The surroundings here at CJC are great!

Also I have personally never experienced a more compassionate and involved group of professors and students. The teachers at CJC are also some of the most caring and helpful professors out there. They are easy to get along with but at the same time, they push you to do the best you can on the course. The faculty was incredible! They spend countless hours outside their classes teaching and helping students.

The value education classes are something which I can never forget. I got answers to life’s biggest questions. Looking back at the years I spent here, I am so thankful that the Lord allowed me to get to Christ Junior College. Yes there are rules and while I did not always like them, I knew that they were for my benefit. I went into it with a philosophy that every rule that seemed weird or extreme was there because someone had done something foolish that required it.

want to thank my parents, principal, vice-principal, teaching and non-teaching staff making my stay at CJC the most wonderful experience of my life.CJC was the smartest decision I could have ever made in preparing for my future. Thank you CJC for caring enough to make sure I was prepared! We were a family!

MERLIN GEORGE | CAMS K
Commerce (590/600)

“Don’t be bitter, be better” is the first vibe I received as I completed my first month at Christ Junior College. Being one among new faces in a new environment is never easy, but Christ Junior College never made me feel that way. Well, the rest of it is history! Everything we did, every second spent at CJC helped me discover and improve my talents. Good teachers are the reason why students dream to do extra-ordinary things. Well, describing my teachers is something I wouldn’t be able to justify, but in one word, it would be BELIEF. Belief in pushing my boundaries and overcoming obstacles. ‘It is harder to build than to destroy. To build is to engage and change’. All the co-curricular we did enforce this idea. Even with all this support, individual contribution is of utmost importance.CJC helped me master this and also multitask to meet deadlines, ‘The tassel was worth the hassle’ MARCH ON CHRISTITES

POOJANA PRASANNA | PCME H
Science (587/600)

One of the most special and proud moments of my life was when my results! “Yes! I did it!” was what I told myself. This great achievement doesn’t belong just to me but the credit also goes to my parents who were awake with me throughout the night to just see me finish my work and who have never let my confidence go down at any stage, my teachers who have always pushed me through each and every hurdle and told me “I can do it and I will”. Not to forget my friends who have always encouraged me and advised me to take the right decision. Christ Junior College has provided me a wonderful platform to showcase my strengths and improve on my weaknesses. I thank the Principal and other faculty members who helped me through this journey and enabled to achieve my dream.

SUSHMA VENUGOPAL | PCMB D
Science (587/600)

When I joined Christ Junior College, I had lot of inhibitions. As I took part in the clubs and activities, I felt more in place. I fell in love with the sheer number of extra-curricular activities. The atmosphere became welcoming throughout my time here. The teachers were always interactive, open to our opinions. Learning was innovative, without pressurizing. I will truly miss CJC.

TANIA MARTHA THOMAS | PPES O
Social Sciences (580/600)

The last two years at Christ Junior College have brought out the best qualities in me in every way. The guidance by the faculty and the exposure provided by the many extra-curricular activities has been the highlights of my stint here. Apart from studies, I have learned several life skills which I am sure will help me in future. I believe Christ Junior College doesn’t just aim to make one a better student but helps them to become a better person.

VIDISHA MISHRA HEPP N
Sciences (570/600)

Studying in Christ Junior College was a dream come true. Christ was successful in completing its mission by ensuring the holistic development of each and every student. Everything about Christ is so special right from the beautiful campus to ever-supporting teachers and other staff. The various clubs and associations conducting number of competitions catering to interests of all the students and I don’t think any other college is working so actively towards bringing a change in the lives of the slum children. CSA of Christ is doing a commendable job in this regard. Waste segregation is practised in the entire campus and there is also a recycling unit in the campus. It has ensured my all round development and there is no place I would rather be.

SAFOORA NOOR | PPES O
Social Sciences (565/600)

Optimism is essential for achievement and it leads to true progress. A positive attitude and a conscious attempt to do my ever best was what stood me in good stead in these two years at CJC. Each one has their own way of making it to the threshold and so did I. No stringent pattern described my studies but I reuse lost focus. CJC has been a platform for nurturing my potentials and motivating me constantly in my endeavours towards holistic development. The constant encouragement and support to my teachers and a conducive home atmosphere added to my pursuit of excellence. CJC has been a home away from home for me and the two years I spent here will remain in my memory forever.

SRISHTI M | HEPP N
Social Sciences (565/600)

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