Ghandhi Jayanti – The student council of SJPUC arranged Gandhi Jayanti celebration commemorated his values. The celebration stressed on the importance of working as Indians for a “Swach Bharath” . The Principal of SJPUC honoured Mahatma Gandhiji by placing the flower bouquet.
Sports – SJPUC
SJPUC Basketball and Volleyball tournaments organized at the taluk level by the Pri-University Board and won the championship.
Our basketball team won the final against St.Joseph`s Indian Comp. P U College which was held on 15th September 2014.
The Volleyball team won against CMR P U College at Hasnath P U College on 10th September 2014.
The Management, Principal, Vice-Principal, Staffs and students wish to congratulate the winning teams and Sports Director Mr.Anoop.
CLUB AND ASSOCIATIONS ACTIVITIES
The 31 clubs and associations of SJPUC under the able leadership of organizing committee had various events held during 2 hour session on 12th September 2014. Students enthusiastically participated in activities ranging from group dance, group singing, Mad ads, quizzes, debates, collage, movie review, painting to name a few. The campus was abuzz with excitement and healthy competitive spirit.
Genesis a cultural fest with the theme “Ambassador of Peace “ was organized by the AICUF unit of our college. The event drew participants from about 14 colleges on 6th September 2014, exhibiting their talents and knowledge they had about Christianity and the scriptures. Thus, the youth geared to inspire the passion for Christ and evangelism in the city.
The festival was inaugurated and declared open by the chief guests Mr.Peter.Anil Rego, Managing director, Brilliant printers, Reverend Father. Anthony Joseph S J, Rector of St. Joseph’s institutions, Reverend Father. Francis Noronha S J, principal and vice Principal Mr. C.R. Rajendra. The speeches of the dignitaries on the stage inspired each and everyone present there. Soon after the inaugural ceremony, the events began. There were about 10 events comprising of art, literature and stage events.
At the end of the day it was St.Joseph’s college of Commerce who walked away with the over-all trophy. The show was no doubt a grand success. The hard work of the core team, volunteers and the encouragement of the principal and the support of the staff paid off.
Teacher’s day Celebration
Teacher’s Day was celebrated with great fervor in the campus of SJPUC. The enthusiastic Student Council and the office bearers of various associations organized a ‘Week of appreciation’ wherein debate, poster and collage making competition were organized by various clubs to commemorate this day. Special programmes like group singing and drama were performed on Teacher’s day with REV FR FRANCIS NOROHNA SJ our Principal and Mr.C.R.RAJENDRA our Vice Principal honouring the occasion. The teacher’s were given a handmade card as a token of love. Ronak, the president of student’s council in his speech thanked the efforts of the teacher’s community to make a student’s life enriching. Mr.Dinesh of the department of biology gave an inspiring speech on how a teacher ignites the mind of a student towards learning.
“The root of education is bitter but the fruit is sweet”
Dear Parents kindly visit the college on 2nd or 3rd of every month, to know more about your
son’s performance. Your concern, support and encouragement is necessary for them to do well
in academics. Kindly meet the welfare officers, class teachers, subject teachers and appreciate
the for all that they do for your sons future.
Continue to co-operate with us.
May God bless us.
Independence Day was celebrated on August 15th, 2014, at the basketball court.
On this sunny morning students enthusiastically gathered to demonstrate their patriotic spirit.
The Indian tricolor was hoisted by our principal Rev. Fr. Francis Noronha, SJ, who was led by the
Vice-Principal, Mr. C. R. Rajendra and Governor, Dr. Christopher Hoskins.
The National Anthem echoed in the atmosphere. The Principal on his speech encouraged the students that we must try to dissolve our differences and live together as one nation.
Ronak Chabaria, the student Council President in the speech highlighted the greatness of our nation and urged his fellow Josophites to respect the uniqueness of this nation.
The facilitations of the distinction holders for the year 2013-14 was held on the 1st August 2014 in the L-Hall with 323 students securing distinction the college campus was abuzz with a spirit of joy and happiness. Dr.Mahantesh R Charantimath, Senior Interventional Cardiologist, Our chief Guest, Rev. Fr. Anthony Joseph SJ, Our Rector Guest of Honour , Rev. Fr. Francis Norohna SJ, and Our Vice-Principal Mr.C.R.Rajendra graced the occasion.
The Program began with an invocation song sung by Mrs. Asha and Mrs. Saranya followed by the lighting of the lamp by the dignitaries.
Rev. Fr. Francis in his welcome address congratulated the achievers for their outstanding performance and urged them to continue with the Jesuit Concept of ‘Magis’ in striving for the excellence. Dr. Mahantesh in his inspiring speech highlighted on how young India should strive to give back their the best to the country. Fr. Rector in his speech brought out that simplicity as a way of life can make a person successful. He congratulated the success of our students.
A dance performance entertained the audience and this was followed by the prize distribution ceremony.
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