World Population Day
National Service Scheme unit no:105, Kristu Jyoti College of Management and Technology, Changanacherry in association with IQAC organized an essay writing competition as part of World population day on Tuesday, July 11, 2023 from 12.00 pm onwards at New examination hall for all students of college.
The primary objective of this competition was to raise awareness and encourage thoughtful discourse on the global issue of population growth. By engaging students in the art of essay writing, the event aimed to foster critical thinking and articulate expression among the participants. The mode of language was Malayalam. Students from various academic disciplines participated enthusiastically in the competition. The competition saw the active participation of 26 students. The subject of the essay revolved around "Challenges and Consequences Encountered by Migrating Youths”. Jobin Jose, who is in Semester V, B.Sc. Geology program, undertook the volunteering for the program. The program was concluded by 1.15 pm. Stephaniya John, an Assistant Professor in Geology, assumed the role of the judge for the essay writing competition, leading to the selection of two winners. Abhay P Aneesh, who is enrolled in Semester 2 of the MCA program, has earned the second position. Lastly, securing the third position is Akhin Sabu, a student in Semester 3 of the B.Sc. Geology program.
Hiroshima: The Man Made Disaster
National Service Scheme, Unit No. 105 in association with the Internal Quality Assurance Cell commemorated Hiroshima Day on 07th August 2023. A poster designing competition was conducted as part of the day observation on the topic Hiroshima: The Man Made Disaster. The competition was conducted in the Examination Hall from 11: 15 am – 12:45 pm. wherein there were representatives from all classes from all the departments of the college. The students designed the posters based on the given theme and the best three posters were given prizes. The first prize was awarded to Parvathy P. S. of BCA S1B1, second prize to Akshai Jojan of B. Com CA2 S5 and the third prize was received by Amala Hormis of B. Com CA1 S3. The posters designed by the students were displayed in the college portico on 08th August 2023. The outcome of the programme was to create an awareness among the students on Hiroshima Day and the after effects of the atomic bomb which was dropped in Hiroshima.
Blood Donation Camp
National Service Scheme unit no:105, Kristu Jyoti College of Management and Technology, Changanacherry in association with IQAC and St. Thomas Hospital, Chethipuzha organized a Blood Donation Camp on Thursday, August 10, 2023 from 9.30 am onwards at room no. 504, Old examination hall for all students of college. The programme witnessed an enthusiastic response from the students of various disciplines, who actively participated in the event. The majority of the participants found the information provided during the inaugural session highly relevant. They appreciated the comprehensive approach that covered diverse career paths suitable for different academic backgrounds.
The career guidance programme successfully achieved its objectives and had a positive impact on the participating students. Some notable outcomes and impacts of the event include:
- Increased Awareness: The programme enabled students to gain a deeper understanding of the diverse career opportunities available to them based on their academic background and interests.
- Community Engagement : They foster a sense of community engagement and volunteerism among students and participants
- Lifesaving impact : The donated blood can directly impact the lives of patients in need
Independence day Celebration
The National Service Scheme at Kristu Jyoti College of Management and Technology celebrated Independence day on 15th August 2023, from 10 am to 1 pm. The event was organized with the aim of instilling a sense of patriotism and social responsibility among our students.The programme officially started with NSS prayer by volunteers. Followed by the welcome speech of volunteer Aswathy Ajith. The celebration was officially inaugurated by Fr. Joshy Cheeramkuzhy CMI. After the inaugural address the principal hoisted the flag followed by the singing of the national anthem. Ward member Sophie Lalichen felicitated the function. The function was officially concluded by the vote of thanks of Nss staff coordinator Stephaniya John.
To commemorate this historic day, NSS volunteers organized various activities such as Independence day rally and cleanliness drive. Students rally were began after the flag hoisting event from college campus to chethipuzha Kadavu. As part of cleanliness drive volunteers removed the garbages and greened the chethipuzha Kadavu and Vidyanikethan compound surrounding areas, highlighting the importance of Swachh Bharat Abhiyan. The programme was concluded by 1.00 pm after the refreshments