Cosmos Version 4.0 and Magnachrista were held on September 14 and 15, 2012. The two-day mega event encompassed both science exhibition and cultural extravaganza. Cosmos version 4.0 embraced two themes for the year 2012 International Year of Sustainable Energy for All and National Year of Mathematics. The former theme was designated by the United Nations General Assembly recognizing the importance of energy for sustainable development and the latter theme was selected to commemorate 125th birth anniversary of a mathematical genius, Srinivasa Ramanujan. This exhibition aimed to inspire and enable young minds to understand the crisis of energy conservation in the current global scenario as it served as a platform to showcase many innovations, as many as 175 in all, encompassing all the streams. Below are a few links that enumerates the abstracts of projects worked on by the students.
The representative body of the entire student community is the Student Council.An interface between the students and the administration, the Student Council comprises of one member, selected by the Class Teacher from the class, one member from each club/association, chosen by the Coordinator of Club/Association and Teacher Advisory Committee from the Quality Monitoring Group (QMG). The representative is invited to the discussion forum to share the feedback collected from their classmates in the meetings held once a term. Such feedback loops provide an opportunity for a continuous improvement of the system which paves way to turn the vision of our institution into reality.
Christ Junior College is one destination where dreams come true, a platform where every talent of a student attains maximum exposure. Besides discipline being a top priority, education and co-curricular activities play a very important role in the life of a Christite. My one year in CJC has been a mixture of feelings…from fun to tense. The teachers in CJC have always been a source of inspiration to every student and have never been sub-par in there interaction with the students. Life in CJC is so much fun with all the friends and a positive atmosphere. Life in CJC is also a continuous process of learning. In CJC we are not only prepared for the exams at the end of the academic year but also for the exam of life. Experience in Christ Junior College is much more than what words can express. Last but not the least, CJC is a perfect place for nurturing the future of our nation.
Shreyas S Nair | II PCMB
My two-year stint in the college is a memorable one as the friendly atmosphere and inspiring faculty helped me to blossom into what I am today. The college has taken every step to make sure that its students are academically inclined and competent to face the challenges. My participation in the activities of Prerana, the Language Association like the theatre workshops has made me evolve as an actor and shaped my personality. Every event conducted has been a platform to share and exchange amongst students. I am indebted to all my teachers, who have put in their efforts to bring the true Christite spirit in me!
Utkarsh A Shetty | II PCMB 'E'
At the outset, I was impressed by the campus. At CJC, I took part both in academics and extracurricular activities which I believe has moulded into what I am today. One of the unique features of the college that is close to my heart is the importance given to discipline. Another programme called Learning Management System (LMS) open to II PU students, was useful as it opened new window of learning beyond the syllabus. The zero waste programme brought out by Centre for Social Action (CSA) is a unique one that sensitized me about environmental issues. Overall, the conducive atmosphere for learnin and the guidance provided by the teachers has helped me to excel in my academics. It has also made me a better individual who can take up responsibilities.
Suveetha | II PCMB 'E'
On the first day of college, my mind was filled with anticipation and anxiety. But as days passed, teacher's friendly nature and their help removed my fear. The college campus and the library are the two main attractions. I got involved in Prerana, Eco club and Science Forum activities that brought the best in me. I am proud to be associated with this great Institution and being called a Christite! The college indeed has provided me a strong base to rely on.
Sneha N Reddy | I PCMB 'E'