CHRIST JUNIOR COLLEGE, Bengaluru

Achievers

January 2016

Real Valladolid football club

Ashuthosh M Pawar of II PCMB E participated in the trials at the Real Valladolid football club, Spain for 15 days from January 12-27, 2016. He has been selected by the club and will be playing for the same post II PU examination. Congratulations to Ashuthosh!

Winners at State-Level Competitions

Our students participated in the State-level Literary and Cultural competitions held at Sri Adichunchanagiri Independent PU College, Shivamogga, organized by the Department of Pre University Education, Karnataka on January 09, 2016. The participants won two prizes, a shield, certificates and cash award. The participants and the events are as follows:

Name Class
Event
Position
Sebastian Thomas
I PCMB E
Science Lecture
I
Nayana S Jadhav
I CAME L
Monoacting
III

Congratulations to the Winners!

Bangalore Regional Brain Bee-2016

Our college students, Anandi and Rumaisa Hussain have bagged first rank and fifth rank respectively in the Bangalore Regional Brain Bee Competition - 2016. Brain Bee is a quiz competition on Neuroscience for I PU students. This contest is conducted at the regional level and subsequently at national level in participating countries and finally at the international level.

Anandi, who secured first rank, will appear for the 9thIndian National Brain Bee Championship likely to be held in Kolkata, in April 2016. Congratulations to both the Christites!

Moment of pride!

Greeshma Reddy of I PCMB A is one of the five recipients (at the National Level) of the Infosys Foundation – ISCA Travel Award from Nobel Laureate, Prof John B Gurdon, University of Cambridge, England for her science essay at 103rd Indian Science Congress Conference held at Mysore from January 03-07, 2016. Congratulations!

December 2015

50th Annual Inter Collegiate Contest in speaking on Science subjects

The Bangalore Science Forum, National College, Basavanagudi, Bangalore organized the 50th Annual Inter Collegiate Contest in speaking on Science subjects for Pre University students from November 16 – 19, 2015. Once again, our students have made us proud by securing A grade in most of the subjects and the Rolling Shield. Congratulations to all the winners!

Name
Subject
Grade

Naveen Balaji U S

Physics
A
Sebastian Thomas
Chemistry
A
Rhythm Girdhar
Mathematics
A
Disha Dixon
Biology
A
Diya Krishna Kumar
Computer Science
A
Ashitha Raj
Electronics
B
Lakshmi Karlekar
Psychology
A

Divisional Level Literary & Cultural Competitions

Department of Pre University Education, Karnataka conducted Divisional Level Literary and Cultural Competitions on December 29, 2015 at Basaveshwara College, Bidadi. Students who won at the District level participated in the above events. The following Christites made us proud:

Name Class
Event
Place

Nayana S Jadhav

I CAME L
Monoacting
II
Sebastian Thomas
I PCMB E
Science Lecture
I
Bindumani
II CAMS J
Monoacting
I

District Level Literary and Cultural Competitions

Department of PUE, Bengaluru South conducted ‘District Level Literary and Cultural Competitions’ on 01-12-2015, at NMKRV College and Vijaya College. Our students took part in various competitions and the won prizes in the following events:

Name Class
Event
Place

Nayana S Jadhav

I CAME L
Monoacting
I
Thejas K.V.
I PCMB E
General Quiz
I
Bhumika V. Raju
I HESP M
English Science Lecture
I
Sebastian Thomas
I PCMB E
English Science Lecture
I
Sumant Kumar
II PCMB C
English Science Lecture
I
Bindumani
II CAMS J
Monoacting
II

November 2015

Magnasport 2015

Christ Junior College organized Magnasport 2015 on November 05 and 06. Our students made us proud once again by winning in most of the events.

Here are the results:
Throw ball (Girls) - Winners
Throw ball (Boys) - Winners
Foot ball (Boys) - Winners
Volley ball (Girls) - Winners
Volley ball (Boys) - Runners
Basket ball (Girls) - Winners
Basket ball (Boys) - Winners

Congratulations to all the teams

Resurgence 2015

51 Christite , 10 events and 1 championship . That’s the story behind CJC’s victory at Resurgence.

Resurgence is Commerce and Economic fest organized by Bishop Cottons Boys School held on 28th October 2015. The fest consisted of a variety of events each covering a different aspect of commerce and economics. There were events like Fallout (Corporate Law Competition) ; Impex ( Import and Export competition ) ; Area 51 ( Real Life version of Monopoly ) etc.

We faced tough competition from the likes of Frank Anthony Public School, Delhi Public School, National Public School, Bishop Cotton Girl’s School, SJPUC etc. These events were intense and tiring but at the same time a great learning experience.

Resurgence was a place where we had a remarkable time. We met new people, learnt, competed and finally came back with the Overall Trophy!

The following are the events in which Christites participated:
Fallout – 1st Place
Shark Tank (Product Launch) – 1st and 2nd Place
Find X (Treasure Hunt) – 1st Place
Meltdown (Crisis Management) – 2nd Place
Best Manager – 2nd Place
Third Degree (B-Quiz) – 1st and 3rd Place
Resurgent Times – 2nd Place

Congratulations to all the participants!

October 2015

Pre University District-level Sports Competition

Christ Junior College participated in the Pre University District-level Sports Competition held at Loyala College, Bannerghatta Road, Bengaluru. The event was held on September 29 and 30, 2015. The Basketball and Throwball (both boys and girls’) teams and Volleyball (girls) team were declared winners. Football (boys) team and Table tennis (both boys and girls’) team were declared runners. The athletic team comprising of both boys and girls’ won a total of 32 medals. Congratulations to the CJC sports teams.

Music event

Prerana team participated in Keerthane and Bhavageethe competitions (Music event) organized by Vijaya Junior College, Bengaluru on September 30 and October 01, 2015 and won the best college trophy. The keerthane event comprised of Sowmya S of II PPES O and Karuna Kirtivasan of I HEPP N, while the bhavageethe event comprised of the following members: Sowmya S of II PPES O, Karuna Kirtivasan of I HEPP N and Srujana of I PCMB D. Congratulations to the teams for this achievement.

State-Level Debate

Prerana team members participated in the State-level Debate competition conducted by National College, Basavanagudi, Bengalurur on October 03, 2015. Nikhil P Nadalike of II PCME I and Thejas of I PCMB F bagged third and twelfth place respectively in the competition. Congratulations to both the achievers.

Overall Champions

CJC’s Colossus Team won the overall championship at SPHOORTI 2015 held at Jain College, JC Road, Bengaluru. The team participated in Business Quiz, Product Launch and Best Manager events and secured first place in all.
Congratulations to the Colossus team members.The teams comprised of the following members:

Business Quiz – First Place

Name Class
Ramith Gopinath
II CAME L
Kanishk Kothari
II CAME L
Vishaal Phadke
II CAME L

Product Launch - First Place

Name Class
Anusha TV
II CAMS J
Paul John
II CAMS K
Pradham Kanduri
II CAMS K
Tania
I CAMS K
Prarthana P
I CAMS J

Best Manager - First Place

Name Class
Rakshith Chhajed
II CAME L

September 2015

Winners at Music Event

Members of Prerana participated in the Music Event conducted by National College, Jayanagar, Bengaluru held on September 14 and 15, 2015. Amit V Nayak of II CAMS K secured first prize in the instrumental event (Mandolin), while Sowmya and team from II PPES O secured third prize in singing patriotic song. Congratulations for this achievement.

Winners at QUIZEETA

Ramith Gopinath of II CAME L and Suhas G Pai of II PCME I secured first place in QUIZEETA, the second edition of the Annual Quiz conducted by Garden City College, Bengaluru on September 12, 2015. Over a 100 teams from 20 colleges across the city participated in this quiz that was conducted by the eminent Quiz Master, Mr. Vinay Mudaliar and team. Congratulations to both the participants!

Kyokushin-Kan Bare Knuckle Karate Tournament

Prannay K R of I PCMB F participated in the Second Malaysia Open Kyokushin-Kan Bare Knuckle Karate Tournament (incorporating Dato' Khoo Chai Kaa Championship Cup 2015), Youth Male Division C held on September 12-13, 2015 at BREM Hall, Kepong, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. He was awarded Certificate for being the second runner up in the tournament. Congratulations!

Winners at RBI Quiz

Suhas G Pai of II PCME H and Ramith Gopinath of II CAME L participated in the Bangalore round of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Quiz conducted by the Reserve Bank of India on September 03, 2015 held at Shikshakara Sadana, Bengaluru and secured first place in the quiz. Congratulations to both the team members!

Kannada Debate

Prerana, The Language Association
Nikil P Nandalike of II PCME I and Thejas K V of II PCMB E, members of Prerana, the Language Association participated in Kannada Debate conducted by Bright-way Pre University College, Bengaluru on September 03, 2015. The team won the Rolling Trophy in the event. Congratulations!

Winners at the Bangalore South District Level Throwball Tournament


Our college Throwball teams (both girls and boys) were declared winners at the Bangalore South District Level Throwball Tournament, held on September 03, 2015, organized by our college. Congratulations to both the teams.


August 2015

Outstanding Large Delegation at Harvard Model United Nations India 2015 1300+ delegates, 100+ schools and teams from more than 14 countries including US

Christ Junior College MUN team was declared as the Outstanding Large Delegation at the fifth session of Harvard Model United Nation India held in Hyderabad from 13-16 August 2015. Our team won eight awards four Outstanding Delegate and four Honorable Mentions. Nikita N Divekar (II HEPP), Shreema Upadhayaya (II HEPP), Alisha Deshmukh (II PCMB D) and Rohan Mayya (I PCMB C) won Outstanding Delegate award at Council of Advisors to the Habsburg Emperor 1740, Disarmament and International Security Committee, Press Corps and Special Summit of the United Nations Development Programme respectively. Nyla Saldanha, Tania Martha Thomas, Abhijit Sachidananda Murthy and Spoorthi Anur won Honorable Mention award at Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Committee, Inter-American Development Bank, Disarmament and International Security Committee and United Nations Commission on Human Rights, 2001 respectively. It is indeed remarkable that eight of the eighteen people in the delegation won awards; others too put up a praiseworthy performance that was recognized by fellow delegates in their respective committees. The fifth session of Harvard Model United Nations India was attended by more than 1300 delegates from more than hundred schools from fourteen countries. It was a truly international experience.

Congratulations to Throw ball Girls' team

CJC Throw ball, Girls' team participated in the GAT Inter college Tournament organized and conducted by Global Academy of Technology, Rajarajeshwari Nagar on August 17, 2015. The team was declared Winners at the tournament. Congratulations!


Congratulations to Volley ball Girls' team

Christ Junior College Volley ball Girls' team participated in the District Level Tournament, Bangalore South conducted by Silicon City PU College, K R Puram on August 07, 2015.
The team was declared winners in the tournament. Congratulations to the team members.
Christ Junior College Volley ball Girls' team participated in the Inter College PU State Level Tournament (Nisarga Cup) held on August 08, 2015. This event was jointly organized by Bangalore Spikers' Volley ball Club and Independent Sports Club. CJC team secured third place in the tournament. Congratulations to the team.


July 2015

Congratulations to the Colossus team for winning the overall trophy at NPS Indiranagar Commerce Fest, Innowaves-2015.

Congratulations to the Colossus team for winning the overall trophy at NPS Indiranagar Commerce Fest, Innowaves-2015. Our team participated in all the events which consisted of Best Manager, Product Launch, Crisis Management, Quiz and Mock Stock. The Product Launch team and the Quiz team placed second in their respective events. The Product Launch team consisted of Rakshith Chajjed (II CAME L), Aniz Abbas (II CAMS K), Anusha (II CAMS J),Sonal (II CAMS J) and Nirmal Bhansali (II CAME L). The Quiz team consisted of Vishal and Kanishk of II CAME L. The team was awarded the overall trophy because of the overall good performance of the team.


JUNE 2015

Representing India at Association Level (Yoga Federation of India)

Nidhi Srivatsa is a yoga enthusiast and has been practicing the art for the last eight years. She recently represented Karnataka at the International yoga day (June 21, 2015) conducted by the Government of India and Mysuru Dasara Yogasana Championship organised by the Government of Karnataka.

Her further achievements include:

(Organised by the Government of Karnataka India)
1.Schools and Colleges Yogasana Championship - I Place
2. District Level Yogasana Championship - I Place
3. State Level Yogasana Championship - IV Place
4. Selected For National Level Yogasana Championship

(Organised by the Association - Yoga Federation of India)
1. International Level Yogasana Championship - III Place
2.Nisarga Yoga Kendra - under 20 - I Place (under 20)
3.Vivekananda Yoga Kendra - II Place (under 17)

Congratulations to Nidhi Srivastava

May 2015

The Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition 2015

Alisha Deshmukh of II PCMB D won the Silver Award (the senior category) in The Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition 2015, conducted by The Royal Commonwealth Society and sponsored by Cambridge University Press. The Royal Commonwealth Society received over 13,000 entries from over 600 schools in 49 Commonwealth countries and territories. The event took place in May and theme for the year was: A Young Commonwealth. Congratulations to Alisha!

Alisha Deshmukh of II PCMB D successfully completed a one month internship with the prestigious Times of India newspaper, with brilliant performance. She interned in the month of April-May and worked as a reporter as well as an editor. It is incredible that she received several bylines in the Times of India Main edition and also worked under their special campaign on lakes. It is noteworthy that she is the youngest intern that The Times of India has ever had. Alisha was also the intern reporter for two major lead crime stories which were given a lot of coverage. Congratulations to Alisha!

Experiences of the top scorers of II PU Board examinations 2015

I'm feeling very happy and delighted scoring 586 out of 600 in my II PUC board exam, and I'm on cloud nine admiring my marks, and also, I and my parents feel very proud saying to the whole world that I've secured such wonderful marks in my board! Securing these marks was definitely was not a cup of cake, but only sheer determination and confidence within me, which was imbibed by my parents and teachers brought me to this wonderful total of 586, and all my teachers have helped met to secure these marks. And this is the result of my hard work and constant support of my parents and teachers. Christ Junior College is indeed a place of knowledge. I'm a proud Christite! Rushab

Ritesh Kothari
Commerce Stream (586/600)

Getting admission in Christ Junior College was like a dream come true for me. The exposure and opportunities offered at CJC were immense. My teachers have helped me and guided me through every step. They have encouraged me to aim for the best. I am forever grateful to them. CJC has helped me learn lessons in performing to the best of my abilities. It has helped me in my holistic development and I'm very grateful for this. I would also like to thank my parents who have constantly supported me in every endeavour. CJC has instilled in me the spirit of excellence and service....a spirit every Christite carries within him/her.....a spirit that remains though we may change with time. And today I'm a proud CHRISTITE ready to MARCH ON....... Thank you CJC.

N Sameeksha Rai
Science Stream (587/600)

Christ Junior College, an abode of learning, the dream of each and every student to study and I am glad that I got an opportunity to study here which I will cherish my whole life. Christ has helped me to explore myself and become a better person as it provides a perfect balance between curricular and extracurricular activities. I would like to thank my parents and teachers who were equal to light in the darkness and showed me the path and always motivated me to do my best. The healthy competition between my friends has also helped me a lot. The grace of God has always been on me and having faith in God and perseverance has only helped me to be where I am now. I am very happy as I am going to continue my further studies here. Once a Christite, always a Christite.

Payal Jhawar
Commerce Stream (591/600)

It's a proud moment for me. It is a result of extreme but consistent hard work. I literally burnt the midnight's oil every day since November because I had to prepare for both the PU board and entrance exams. I would like to thank our college for its facilities. We had access to the library for any information at any time. I would like to thank all the teachers who made all the concepts clear as much as possible. I would like to thank my teachers who were available at any time of the day to help me. I would like to thank my class teacher, Ms Preethi for her constant encouragement and support. I would like to thank my family and friends for being a constant support. My parents have been my pillars of support without whom this would have been just a dream. They were with me throughout this academic journey. I dedicate this success to them.

Kiruthika T
Science Stream (588/600)

Firstly, I am extremely thankful for the support I received from my subject teachers. As for the preparation for the exams go, I believe that a strategic plan will give you better results and save time. Solving the model papers proved a great deal of help for my preparation. Frequent reading of books and writing in general also helped and that goes without saying! I still remember my first day in CJC, it was all scary and overwhelming, but then came the good part- the knowledgeable and brilliant teachers, amazing friends and all the fests and activities. There is so much this place has taught me and so much that I have learnt in these two years. And one important thing among that is to grab the opportunity and make the most of it. I can say without doubt that I have grown as a person and studying at CJC has only brought me closer to my dreams of joining the IFS some day! Couldn't be more lucky to be presented with such great exposure and opportunities in these 2 years at CJC. Thank you teachers, friends and family for my memorable and successful time at CJC and an even better end to it!

Gayathri N
Social Sciences Stream (559/600)

Chesterton once said and I quote "happiness is the highest form of thought and that gratitude is happiness doubled by wonder" I am happy about what I have achieved; no feeling is greater than a reward for hard work. I would also like to thank God for his abundant blessings and my family's love and support. I also thank all my teachers who had taught me these two years, and especially my class teacher Tobin who always supported and guided me in my studies. I am spellbound by the marks I have secured after the ongoing efforts of combing through those thick books. Lastly, I believe the road to success is always under construction.

Keerthana K
Science Stream (584/600)

I GAVE MY BEST AND SO SAID GOODBYE TO REGRETS! Estee Lauder once quoted, “I never dreamed about Success. I worked for it.” Well, it implied similarly in my life too. I believe that HARD WORK AND DETERMINATION is the only key to success. I used to be an average student in my class till my mid-terms. Fortunately, there came a time when I wanted to stop regretting my efforts that I put in my exams rather wanted to give my best. I started concentrating in all my regular classes and jotted down every single point that my teacher used to explain. My job for the day was not yet done; I used to make my own notes which helped me to analyse the concepts further. I cultivated a habit of pursuing very logical technique known as “Mind Mapping”. This technique helped me to link the concepts. As days passed by, I increased my study hours to 4 hours a day. I used to utilize all my leisure time that I got, for practicing the ways to write my answers. In the meantime, I used to meet all my subject teachers in after class hours and used to clarify all my doubts. I was also engaged in combined studies with my best friend, which made studying easier and a joyful cognizant. 12th Grade was not just about studying for me, but also getting equally involved in the extra-circular activities which helped me to maintain a balance. As the days of my final exams were approaching, I paid more attention to my studies. By the time it was February (one month before the board exams), studies had become my innate passion. And I used study each subject passionately rather than thinking of it as a burden. My study hours had increased to 10 hours a day. The most important thing that I always used remember to achieve good marks is to have a calm mind and not having an anxious feeling before entering the exam hall. Lastly, I would sincerely like to thank all my teachers from the bottom of my heart for their unconditional support and guidance and without whom I wouldn’t have achieved such great marks. I would also like to extend my gratitude to my college for providing me with all the pre-eminent facilities which helped me to become a holistic individual.

Chaitra S
Social Sciences (560/600)

II PUC Annual Examinations – 2015

Subjects Appeared Passed Failed
Percentage
Social Sciences
253
249
4
98.42%
Commerce
263
261
2
99.24%
Science
747
720
27
96.38%
Total
1263
1230
33
97.39%

 
No of Students
Percentage
Distinction 529 43.00
I Class 623 50.65
II Class 63 5.12
III Class 15 1.21
Failed 33 2.61
Total Passed 1230 97.39
Total Appeared 1263  

TOP SCORERS IN II PUC PRE-UNIVERSITY EXAMINATIONS 2015

Science

Examination No. Name Total Marks
459233 Kiruthika T 588
459463 Sameeksha Rai 587
459214
Keerthana K 584

Commerce

Examination No. Name Total Marks
459567 Payal Jhawar 591
459798 Rushab Ritesh Kothari 586
460207 Vasavi L S 585

Social Sciences

Examination No.
Name Total Marks
460230
Vibha Bhat
572
459119
Jarin Joseph
560
458892
Chaitra S
560
459518 Nirupama Rajan 560
458837 Avneet Kaur 559
458677 Aishwarya Anand Chakravarthi 559
459459 Gayathri N 559

SUBJECT WISE PASS PERCENTAGE

SUBJECT
APPEARED
PASSED
FAILED
PERCENTAGE
KANNADA
546 546 - 100
ENGLISH
1263 1263 - 100
HINDI
329 329 - 100
SANSKRIT
70 70 - 96.83
FRENCH
308 303 5 98.38
HISTORY
158 158 - 100
ECONOMICS
336 336 - 100
BUSINESS STUDIES
263 263 - 100
SOCIOLOGY
168 168 - 100
POL SCIENCE
253 251 2 99.21
ACCOUNTANCY
263 263 - 100
STATISTICS
180 179 1 99.44
PSYCHOLOGY
180 180 - 100
PHYSICS
747 730 17 97.72
CHEMISTRY
747 738 9 98.80
MATHEMATICS
747 736 11 98.53
BIOLOGY
575 573 2 99.65
ELECTRONICS
172 172 - 100
BASIC MATHEMATICS
263 261 2 99.24

Congratulations to all staff members and students for this wonderful achievement as against state average of 60.54%.

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