Other Departmental Activities

Expert Lecture on “International Business Opportunities for Certified Management Accountants”
Department of Professional Accounting and Finance organized an expert lecture on “International Business Opportunities for Certified Management Accountants” on 25th August 2021 through Zoom, virtual platform. Mr. Nitish Kashyap, CMA, US and Founder of Manartha Solutions Private Limited addressed the virtual gathering of students.

Mr. Nitish Kashyap addressed the students about various career opportunities available for students after completing CMA. The speaker also stated the difference between financial accountants and management accountants. Mr. Nitish also highlighted the role and responsibilities of a CFO in an organization and enlightened the students about the career opportunities available for CMA as entrepreneurs’ .The speaker underlined the importance of freelancing and internships in enhancing the experience and making good industry networking. He laid emphasis on market research through TAM, SAM, SOM and Pestle analysis. The session also gave insights on the need for a meticulous preparation for CMA exams.


"Manavataavadam” a young Humanitarian program “You are the Change”
The Department of Professional Accounting and Finance, Kristu Jayanti College (Autonomous) organised “Manavataavadam” a young Humanitarian program “You are the Change” on the occasion of “World Humanitarian Day” 19th August 2021.

The event was attended by the students of 2nd year B.com and the faculty members. The event started with the moment of silent prayer, and Mr Ricky and Ms Pratyusha welcomed the gathering and our special guest Ms Nicole Furtado, a covid warrior who gave Covid 19 victims a dignified farewell with her cousin Tina Cherian at Bengaluru’s Indian Christian Cemetery and an introduction to World Humanitarian Day.

Ms Nicole Furtado, BSW, Final year student of St. Joseph College (Autonomous), Bengaluru had addressed the gathering about her experiences of how with the help of her cousin spent time in volunteering and handled Covid burials in the Cemetery. She expressed that she and other volunteers had a natural fear of cremation and cemetery still motivated each other to keep their spirits high. She also said that they were even unable to console the people who lost their family members and at times there was no space in the cemetery to bury the bodies as mortality rate was high. During the session she even showed a picture where the coffin would be showing when the land was dug just beside it.. She also shared the hurdles and hardships of burying bodies, which should be first sanitized, then they carried on shoulder and lowered the body in burial and need of changing their PPE kits after cremating every two bodies. Sometimes they had to collect the body from the hospital then to cemetery and to burial.

Further she shared simple things that we all can do to protect the environment by Planting trees, saving water and electricity, to be aware and stand up for environment movements. She also shared her views about sustainable living and showed the participants some of her daily use items like coffee cup, toothbrush, comb, and straws, notebooks which were either made of plant by-products or recycled materials. She made students aware about how the situation is around us and how we can be a part and be a change in solving the differences by always helping the people in need. She even quoted a quote by Mahatma Gandhi “Be the change you wish to see in the world”. And students were given a chance to share their experiences and ask their questions. Many students shared their heat touching experiences of Covid.

It was an illuminating session concluded by the closing remarks of Prof. Vijay Kumar, HOD of Commerce and Management, and by Dr. Annie Stephen, Co-Ordinator of Professional Accounting and Finance. Lastly session was concluded by Ms Pratyusha by giving vote of Thanks.


World Photography Day 2021 - Pandemic Through the Lens
August 19 is celebrated as World Photography Day, a day to pay keep the history of photography alive and create a positive trail for the future. We all know that France was a pioneer country in the world of photography, which gave the world, the first photographic processes. It was in the year 1839 that Louis Daguerre invented the daguerreotype, a photographic process at a time when the world could never have anticipated that a moment could be captured permanently through a photograph. In 1826, Niepce captured the earliest known permanent photograph known as “View from the Window at Le Gras” using a process called heliography. As early as 1839, American Robert Cornelius clicked a selfie. Cornelius set his camera up, took the image by removing the lens cap and then running into frame. On the back, he wrote “The first light picture ever taken 1839”.

The first digital photograph was taken in 1957; almost 20 years before Kodak’s engineer invented the first digital camera. In 1861, the first colour photograph appeared on the scene by Thomas Sutton.

From them on, we have been capturing beautiful instances and visuals as long lasting memories. Then the old photography themes were shelved entirely to make way for sophistication, filters, effects and 3D visualization treats. On August 19, 2010 World Photo Day hosted its first global online gallery in which almost 270 photographers shared their pictures and people from over 100 countries visited the website. This marked the first official, globally reaching World Photo Day.

In commemorating this wonderful day, the department of Professional Accounting and Finance announces the Photography contest for its students. Let us all celebrate this wonderful day. Happy World Photography Day!


Orientation on CA Foundation Course
The professional courses such as CA/CS have been one of the most sought after career options for students, specifically in the Finance domain. On one hand, these professional courses are considered to be the most prestigious courses and on the other hand, the professional courses aren’t a cake walk either. There has been a tectonic shift in what the corporates and recruiters are looking for and hence a pressing need for our students to realize and align themselves with the paradigm shift was found to be the need of the hour.

It becomes imperative therefore to orient the students about the course and the way forward. The department of Professional Accounting and Finance conducted an orientation program for the students highlighting the future prospects of the course and the importance of the course in building competence and growth.


Uday Bharat 2021
Kristu Jayanti College, Bengaluru, in line with the vision cast in the New Education Policy, aims to plant a patriotic fervor within every student. The main focus of the college has always been to grow young and dynamic leaders to play the role of change-makers in their society.

The Department of Professional Accounting and Finance under the able leadership of the coordinator Dr Annie Stephen conducted a patriotic and cultural event for the students on the occasion of India’s 75th Independence Day. The event was named Uday Bharat 2021 with the theme Revival, Resurgence, and Resilience. The programme was conducted online with the vision to revive the patriotic zeal within each student, look forward to the resurgence of the great Indian society and build a resilient generation amidst the various challenges. The whole programme conducted with the tagline “Azadi Ka Amruth Mahotsav,” in line with the inspiration from the Ministry of Culture, Government of India.

Uday Bharat 2021 was held for four days from 10th, 11th, 12th and 14th August with 6 different events, such as Just a Minute, Declamation, Poster Making, Solo song, Solo Dance and Quiz. The event was held under the guidance of Dr Gokilavani, Prof. Litty, Prof Nirmala and Dr. Madhavi. The student coordinators Theertha Manoj, Joel P Kuruvilla and several sub-student coordinators handled each event and ensured a smooth conduct of the events. The Valedictory Ceremony of Uday Bharat 2021 was held on 14th August from 3:30 - 4:15 pm via Zoom. The programme witnessed the presence of the Dean of Commerce and Management. Dr Aloysius Edward, the Head of the Department Prof. Vijay Kumar, the Coordinator Dr Annie Stephen and the faculties and students of the department.

The Dean of Commerce in his concluding remarks shared three key takeaways -
1. Work on fulfilling our parents' aspirations.
2. Uphold the strong moral values – work ethics, sincerity.
3. Have a self-civic sense- be proud of our country, diversity and culture.
These three points will help us to be part of our nation‘s progress and will help to achieve Prime Minister‘s vision of a 5 trillion economy. The M.C for the event was Prof. Litty Mariyam Kunju. The Dean Dr Aloysious Edward addressed the gathering and spoke to the students about responsibility to the nation and society. The winners of each event were announced during the valedictory ceremony by Prof. Nirmala.


Jai Hind 2021
Dept. of Commerce, Kristu Jayanti College (Autonomous) in association with Bengaluru North University (BNU), and Karnataka State Higher Education Council (KSHEC); Organizes Jai Hind 2021 (A patriotism breeding programme); In tune with 'Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav'; with the theme Green India Clean India, to enhance the spirit of patriotism among the students. Jai Hind Programme was initiated in the year 2012. Jai Hind Programme is scheduled from 12 August to 17 August 2021, which will cover various events like Digital Poster Making, Painting, Video Making, Solo Singing, Quiz, Deshabhakti Bhaashan (Patriotism Speech), Photography & Online creative writing, on the selected theme 'Green India Clean India', 'Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav', 'Atmanirbhar Bharat (Self-reliance India)', 'Independence', 'Incredible India', 'Unity in Diversity', and Communal Harmony'. This year all the events will be conducted through a virtual platform.

On 14 August, Kristu Jayanti College (Autonomous) celebrated pre-Independence Day on the campus. The Kristu Jayanti Music Academic performed Vande Mataram, Ethnic Fashion show by the faculty members from the Department of Commerce, followed by the National Anthem sang by Kristu Jayanti Family.

Fr. Dr Augustine George, Principal, stated the spirit of the college is back and said we need to cherish and practise the ideals and values of the great freedom fighters and rejoice in Unity and Diversity.

"This event aimed to bring out national integration, patriotism, love, and unity. Though we may come from different communities, society or cultures, we celebrate as united India," opined Vijaykumar R, Head, Department of Commerce.

The event tried to enhance the spirit of patriotism among the students and to remind them of the value of the freedom that we relish because of the courage, sacrifices, and dedication laid down by our ancestors and leaders of the country. "Jai Hind is the exposition of the unique diversity and heritage of our nation that invokes patriotic sentiments in the hearts of the people". On 15 August 2021, the college hosted the National Flag at 7.45 AM., in collaboration with the NCC, NSS, CSA, KCDC units of the college.

Jai Hind 2021 is coordinated and led by a team of faculty members, comprising of Prof Surjit Singha, Prof Preethi SGJ, Prof. Thanuja K.A, Prof. Ponny Thomas, Prof. Ashwitha, Prof. Aneesha .K.Shaji, Dr C.H. Raja Kamal, Prof. Ajith P Mathews, Prof. K. Rajath; under the guidance and support from Prof. Vijayakumar R (HoD), Dr Aloysius Edward J (Dean), Rev. Dr Augustine George (Principal).

Faculty from the Department of Commerce, Kristu Jayanti College (Autonomous), participated in the ethnic fashion show representing various parts of India's diverse culture, language, and representation.

Assam: Surjit Singha
UP: Arti Singh, Madhumathi .T.K, Vijayakumar R
Punjab: Jaspreet kaur, Retheesh P.T.
Maharashtra: Bharti Ranade, G Arockia Stalin
Goa: Amritha Ashok, Glady Agnes. L, Manoj Prabhakar M

Rajasthan: Reenu Mohan, Biju M
Telangana: CH. Madhavi Latha, Cherian Thomas
Andhra Pradesh: C. Nagadeepa, C.H. Raja Kamal
Karnataka: Nirmala, J Poornima, Shashi Kumar M
Tamil Nadu: Gokilavani, S Raji, Chandrakhanthan. J , C. Dhanapal
Kerala: Litty Mariyam Kunju , Anu Kuriakose, K. Rajath


Skill Development Lecture on Capital Markets in India
Date: 8 May 2021
Department of Commerce (UG), The Investor's Club organized a session in association with BSE - IPF on Capital Markets in India, under the Investor Education Program (IEP) on 8th May 2021, Saturday for BCom Professional students. The resource person for this session was Mr N. Mohan Kumar, Co-Partner of Ashirvad Financial Services, Lotus Knowlwealth Pvt. Ltd.,

He first spoke about savings and investing and discussed capital appreciation with some examples. In addition to this, the students were provided with an understanding of mutual funds and types of investment schemes. Students were informed about financial products in the capital markets, which increased their understanding. Additionally, he included dos and don'ts for financial planning, followed by market investments. The programme's closing ended with a dynamic question and answer period, followed by an in-depth conversation with the students. During the session, the resource person answered all concerns about Capital Markets in India. The session was very informative and insightful. The event was coordinated by Prof. K Kiran Kumar, Department of Commerce, Kristu Jayanti College (Autonomous).


Skill Development Webinar on Investing in Stock Markets
Date: 7 & 8 May 2021
Department of Commerce (UG), Investor’s Club, organized a session on Investing in Stock Market on 7th May 2021. The resource person for the session was Mr Venkata Harsha, Founder and Managing director of Shine Projects, Hyderabad.

This session gave the students a basic view of how the stock market functions. It helped the students gain an understanding of how the stock market works in a real-life scenario. The session concluded with an interactive Q & A from the students. Mr Venkata Harsha clarified all questions regarding the session and other basic queries regarding investing in shares and Stock Market. The session was very informative and insightful. The event was coordinated by Prof. K Kiran Kumar, Department of Commerce, Kristu Jayanti College (Autonomous).


Skill Development Session on Community Engagement
Department of Commerce (UG), Social Outreach Programme, had organized skill development session on Community Engagement for second-year BCom students. The speaker for the session was Dr Jonas Richard A, Head, Dept. of Social Work, Kristu Jayanti College (Autonomous). He motivated and Enlighted on the importance of community engagement during the pandemic period. In the session, he spoke about principles of community organization, the skill to organize community, facilitation skills, and he highlighted about helping each other during challenging situations. The session awakens the students to have concern for the poor, respect what they have and share their surplus resources with the needy. Finally, the session was ended with doubts raised by the students and answers given by the resource person. The event was coordinated by Prof K Kiran Kumar, Dept. of Commerce, Kristu Jayanti College (Autonomous).


Skill Development Workshop on Measuring Risk and Return: How and Why?
Date: 29 March 2021
The Department of Commerce, Kristu Jayanti College (Autonomous), organized a ‘Skill Development Workshop on Measuring Risk and Return: How and Why?’ for IV Semester CBCS - Basics of Investment Management Class on 29 March 2021. Resource person Prof. K Kiran Kumar started with the basics of risks and return, types of return, expected return, average return, probability, safety and guarantee return. Numerical sums related to the topic, such as standard deviation and its usage to measure risk, calculation and measurement of risk was demonstrated and explained how to analyze it. Prof. Surjit Singha coordinated the event under the able guidance of HoD Prof. Vijayakumar R and Dean Dr Aloysius Edward J. The session was ended with a vote of thanks by Prof. Surjit Singha. Students found it very useful, and they understood the concept of risk and return and how to calculate it.


Skill Development Orientation on Prospects of ACCA Programme
Date: 10 March 2021
Department of Commerce organized skill Development Orientation on Prospects of ACCA Programme, Kristu Jayanti College (Autonomous), on 10 March 2021for the 1st Semester B.Com ACCA students. The resource person, Ms Vasumathi R Shetty, focused on the prospects of ACCA and how to plan and prepare for the exams. This session was informative since the resource person explained various aspects while entering into the ACCA course. The session was interactive and helped the students understand more about the course, exams, and staying focused on clearing all the exams.


Social Outreach Programme: Facemask and Hand sanitizer Distribution
During October and November 2020, Department of Commerce, Kristu Jayanti College (Autonomous) organized Social Outreach Program for the third semester BCom students. SoP aims to identify the essential requirements during the present pandemic to reach the neighbourhood community. Outreach programs intend to sensitize the Jayantians to become aware of the realities of life, show concern for fellow humans, respect others, and support the needy with the available resources. The programme carried out by the students and few like-minded volunteers during the days of lockdown. The fund was contributed generously by concerned volunteers to meet the expenses.

Hand sanitizer and face masks were distributed among workers, shopkeepers, delivery executives, security personnel. Few of the students had purchased the facemask, and others had stitched the facemask by themselves and distributed to people in and around their house with appropriate precaution. Apart from these, essentials were also distributed among the needy whenever the need was noticed.


ACCA Orientation
Department of Commerce, (Centre for Professional Studies), Kristu Jayanti College (Autonomous), had organized an Orientation session for 1st Year BCom (ACCA) students, on 28 November 2020. The session was organized to provide an insight into the ACCA programme and its integration with the BCom syllabus.

Ms Fathima, Academic Co-ordinator, ISDC; and CA Annie Stephen, Coordinator (Professional Studies), was the resource person for the day.

The session began with an introduction to ACCA course and information related to exempted papers and compulsory papers, the various link for the registration of ACCA course and necessary documents for registration and upload of documents, queries related to study material, preparation for ACCA exam, were discussed in the session.

The support available to the students with respect to study materials and preparation for exams, the process to achieve the milestones, membership was discussed. The session was interactive and provided substantial motivation to the students to gear up for taking up the course; the programme was ended with Q & A session.


Alumni Interaction With ACCA Students –The Route To ACCA Examination
Department of Commerce, Kristu Jayanti College (Autonomous), had organised an alumni interaction with ACCA students on 12 November 2020, for 1st semester BCom ACCA students, and 118 students has benifitted from the programme. Ms Sneha Siby was the resource person for the day. The alumni interaction was focused and created to provide a platform for the first year ACCA students to clarify their doubts concerning the ACCA course and to make them understand the essential things to be noted while appearing for ACCA examinations. The session was informative and explained in detail about various aspects that need to be noticed while entering into the ACCA course, various steps to be followed while preparing for ACCA examinations. Further it was suggested that students should be flexible enough to adapt to changing conditions and technological innovations. The session had helped the students to focus on their goals and it was concluded with an interactive session of Q & A.


A Talk on Gandhian Ideology
Classes Attended & Number of beneficiaries: 836, III Semester B.Com. (A, B, C, D, E, F, T, P1, P2, P3, P4, ACCA), and PG (CBCS – Women in Indian Society)
Objective: To impart Gandhian Ideology among young minds.
Name and details of the resource person: Dr Kaveri Swami, Dept. of Political Science, Kristu Jayanti College (Autonomous)
Organised by: Dept. of Commerce, Kristu Jayanti College (Autonomous)
To commemorate the 151st Birth Anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, Department of Commerce, Kristu Jayanti College (Autonomous) had organised ‘A Talk on Gandhian Ideology’

Resource person, Dr Kaveri Swami, delivered her understanding about Gandhiji and covered topics on Influence on Gandhi, Ideologies of Gandhism, Religion, Truth and Non-Violence, Satyagraha, and Sarvodaya. Dr Kaveri pointed out how Gandhi was influenced by John Ruskin, Leo Tolstoy, and Henry David. She also spoke about Truth and Non-Violence, which is the forefront of Gandhian Philosophy.

The event was coordinated by Prof. Aneesha K Shaji, and Prof. Surjit Singha, Prof. CA Annie Stephen, Prof. Raja Kamal C H under the able guidance of HoD Prof. Vijayakumar R. The session was ended with a vote of thanks by Prof. Surjit Singha.


Tips to Prepare for ACCA Exams
Department of Commerce, Kristu Jayanti College (Autonomous), has organised a programme ‘Tips to Prepare for ACCA Exams’ for 1st year BCom ACCA students, on 29 October 2020. Ms Remi Ann Mathew was the resource person for the day. Techniques and tips were shared for the preparation of the exam and the best time to appear for the CMA exams. The resource person has shared her experience on how to divide the time to study for the BCom professional course along with the ACCA course, Steps for doing the exam paper, Score scaling marking method and syllabus of the ACCA exploring the plan of 2020 were discussed. Students got a clear understanding of the job prospects once they clear the ACCA examination and various profession which they can take up after the completion of the course. The session was motivating and encouraging.


Expert Lecture-Thought Leadership Development
Department of Commerce, Kristu Jayanti College (Autonomous), had organized an expert lecture on 17 October 2020, titled ‘Thought Leadership Development’, for the V semester BCom (P1, P2, P3, P4). Mr Shinto Joseph, Director – South East Asia Operations at LDRA Technology Pvt. Ltd, a subsidiary of LDRA Ltd UK, was the resource person for the programme. He did his B.Tech in Computer Science from TKM College of Engineering, Kerala and MBA in Marketing from CHRIST (Deemed to be University), Bengaluru, where he is currently the President of MBA Alumni Association. He is a member of Academic Advisory Boards in various Universities, including Kristu Jayanti College (Autonomous). He is a Distinguished Alumnus award winner from CHRIST (Deemed to be University). Mr Shinto Thomas started the session speaking about his success and failures and ‘Never Give Up’ attitude, which transformed him to be a successful leader today. His talk was very inspiring to the students as he gave a lot of insights on how to become a successful leader and to decide their career as their own choice or else they would have to carry life without much meaning or interest. He spoke on the four quotients, Industry 4.0, Leadership styles and common traits of a good leader. He recommended the students to prepare a SWOC analysis of themselves with the help of teachers which would help them to understand themselves better. It was an interactive session with a great learning experience for students.

The programme had helped students to understand the common traits of a leader and the leadership styles that would enable them to be influential leaders in the future.


Investors’ Club Expert Lecture - Role Of Regulator in Developing Capital Market
Date: 22/09/2020
Classes Attended & Number of beneficiaries: 352 V-B.Com Students
Name and details of the Resource person 1: Mr. Khushro Bulsara, Head, BSE Investors Protection Fund, Mumbai
Resource person 2: Mr. Krishna R M, Assistant General Manager (AGM) SEBI – Bengaluru

Prof. Vijayakumar, HOD, Dept. of Commerce started the first session with a warm welcome address and Mr. Khushro Bulsara, Head, BSE Investors Protection Fund, Mumbai gave the inaugural address on the topic “Role of Regulator in Developing Capital Market” he followed it by highlighting the important role it plays in capital market and its functions.

Second session was led by Mr. Krishna R M, Assistant General Manager (AGM), SEBI-Bengaluru. He spoke about the types of Securities Markets, Initial Public Offer, and Players in stock market. Furthermore, Mr. Krishna mainly highlighted about the Role of SEBI with regard to protecting the investors’ interest and regulating stock market with various examples. Finally he covered the most important topic of the session and all the students were able to grasp the role of regulator in developing capital market. Overall, the sessions were very informative, knowledgeable and interactive.


National Level Webinar Corona Virus Outbreak: Issues and Challenges On Indian Banking Services
Title: Corona Virus Outbreak: Issues and Challenges On Indian Banking Services.
Sub Themes:
Impact of Covid19 on Indian Economy
• Date: 4 June 2020
• Resource Person: Dr Aloysius Edward J, Dean, Faculty of Commerce & Management, Kristu Jayanti College(Autonomous)
Impact of Covid19 on Indian Banking Services
• Date: 5 June 2020
• Resource Person: Prof. Lourdunathan F, Department of Commerce, Kristu Jayanti College (Autonomous)
RBI measures in post Covid19
• Date: 6 June 2020
• Resource Person: Mr Rayner Ephraim, Assistant General Manager (AGM), South Indian Bank
Impact of Covid19 on Financial Market
• Date: 7 June 2020
• Resource Person: Prof. Vijayakumar R., HoD, Department of Commerce, Kristu Jayanti College (Autonomous)
Organiser: Department of Commerce, Kristu Jayanti College (Autonomous)
Event Coordinator: Prof. Surjit Singha, Department of Commerce, Kristu Jayanti College (Autonomous)

Department of commerce, Kristu Jayanti College (Autonomous), had organised an online national webinar through zoom platform from 4 to 7 June 2020, titled ‘Corona Virus Outbreak: Issues and Challenges On Indian Banking Services’. The inaugural speech presided by Rev. Dr Augustine George, Principal and Director of International Affairs. The present crisis has impacted the Banking Sector, and the economy as a whole, gross non-performing assets of banks may rise till the December quarter. To run our economy, we need a constant flow of money and resources, Industry has to run, Products and services have to be produced, and Buyers should buy and consume the product, financial institutions have to think from the Customers perspective and improvise their product and service depending on the present situation, stated by Fr.

Session 1- Impact of Covid19 on Indian Economy.
Dr Aloysius highlighted the history of pandemics from the early centuries and how the world has coped up during the time of crisis. The PEST analysis on the present situation on various sectors of the economy ranging from agriculture, aviation, tourism and sports were highlighted.

Session II- Impact of Covid 19 on Indian Banking Services.
Prof. Lourdunathan emphasised on the contribution of the banking sector towards the economy of India, its modus operandi and how it can bring reforms in the economy, twin balance sheet, impact on the private and public sector banks because of the ongoing pandemic.

Session III- RBI measures in post Covid19
Mr Rayner drawn a clear picture of the present economic conditions, and various corrective measures taken by the apex bank. The resource person stated that the road ahead is volatile, but recovery is possible.

Session IV- Impact of Covid19 on Financial Market
Prof. Vijayakumar presented the impact of the pandemic towards Indian and Global financial markets. The paradigm shift which is brought in the market and the approach from the perspective of Investors point of view was highlighted in the session.

Each session of the webinar was conducted for an hour, followed by Q & A. As a mark of appreciations, the registered participants were awarded an e-certificate for their active participation in the online webinar. Prof. Surjit Singha Coordinated the event, Department of Commerce, Kristu Jayanti College (Autonomous), and Prof. Amritha Ashok was the moderator for the sessions.

Number of participants

Participants (Location/Affiliation)

Number of participants

Kristu Jayanti College (Autonomous)

66

Bengaluru

27

Outside Bengaluru (Within India)

71

Outside India

1

Total

165


Water Conservation in Post Pandemic World
Resource Person: Prof. Vijayakumar R.
Designation: Head, Department of Commerce.
Institution: Kristu Jayanti College (Autonomous)
Event Date: 18 May 2020
Event Time: 3 PM to 4 PM
Event Coordinator: Prof. Surjit Singha, Department of Commerce, Kristu Jayanti College (Autonomous)
Department of commerce, Kristu Jayanti College (Autonomous), had organised an online webinar through zoom platform on 18 May 2020, and the event was open for all. The inaugural speech was presided by Rev Fr. Dr Augustine George, Vice Principal and Director of International Affairs, Fr. Had emphasised on the importance of water in our day to day life, and enlightened the participants about the necessity of preservation of water.

Prof. Vijayakumar R, Head, Department of Commerce, resource person for the webinar had given an insight of the present situation of pandemic and how each one of us should be cautious when we use water in our day to day activity. Further, he stated that we should not overuse it and be vigilant of its usage. The webinar was conducted for an hour, followed by Q & A. The session ended with a pledge to conserve water and sustain sanitation and hygiene.

As a mark of appreciations, the participants were awarded an e-certificate for their active participation in the online webinar. The event was Coordinated by Prof. Surjit Singha, Department of Commerce, Kristu Jayanti College (Autonomous).


Date: 25 Nov 2019
Class: II Semester BCom (A)
Faculty In-charge: Prof. Aneesha K Shaji
Venue: NSL Sugars Limited (NSL), Bengaluru, Karnataka.

NSL Sugars Limited (NSL) is one of the most efficient integrated sugar companies in south India and a sugar arm of the ‘NSL’ group. NSL Group entered the ‘sugar’ industry as part of their diversified interests in agro-commercial crop business.

The students were welcomed by an engineer-in-charge of the production department and he demonstrated the process of Production of Sugar, starting from the extraction of Sugarcane Juice to the packaging and distribution process.

Feedback from the student: It was a great learning practical experience; it was well coordinated and executed by the Department of Commerce, Kristu Jayanti College Autonomous.


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Date: 1. October. 2019
Venue: Holy Family Old Age Home, Veerannapalya, Bangalore
Class: III SEM B.com section F
Faculty In-charge: Ms. Aishwarya P
Time: 2:00 pm to 4:15 pm

Objective of the programme:
The objective of the programme was to make students aware of the life in an old age home. Not everyone is blessed with a loving and caring family; some people have been abandoned by their family. Understanding the intricacies of old age is essential to one’s growth. Students must be aware of the harsh reality of the society.

Kristu Jayanti College had provided an opportunity for students to witness the women of the old age home and make the day for them nostalgic. We as a class of B.Com f extended a small contribution of groceries and daily essentials which the students of our class generously contributed.

We reached at the venue at 3:00 pm ,we interacted with the members of the old age home , conducted various activities such as solo songs, group songs, dance by our class girls along with the members of the old age home, irrespective of their age and weakness they actively participated to enlighten their day.

We conducted passing the ball game to which the music stops and the last receiver of the ball would either sing or do what was told to their ability. Every member of the home cooperated with us and participated with enthusiasm and joy.

A great dance experience with the members of the home was a cherish able moment for all the students and the members of home. It was a great opportunity given to us to be part of the home and to provide them with nostalgic feeling.
THEIR SMILE WAS OVER WHELMING TO US.


Date: 27, September 2019.
Venue: Preeti Nivas Trust , Hennur Gardens, Bengaluru 560077.
Class: III Semester B.Com Section A.
Faculty Incharge: Dr. REENU MOHAN
Time: 9:30 AM – 11:30 AM

“Each of you should give what you have decided in your heart to give, not reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver. And God is able to bless you abundantly, so that in all things at all times, having all that you need, you will abound in every good work.”

The Objective of the Programme:
The objective of the programme was to make students aware of the life in an old age home. Not everyone is blessed with a loving and caring family, some people have been abandoned by their family. Understanding the intricacies of old age is essential to one’s growth. Students must be aware of the harsh reality of this society.
In Kristu Jayanti College we believe that the society which we live in, is the most important element, and students are collectively and individually encouraged to be responsible and do their best part for the welfare of the society. One such program is the Social Outreach Programme, where the entire section of a class visits to various NGOs like orphanages, old-age homes, and children’s home to extend their support in a best possible way.
The students of third semester B.Com, Section A, under the guidance of the Dr. Reenu Mohan conducted a Social Outreach Programme (SoP) by visiting the Preeti Nivas Trust.
Students conducted fun games for the elderly citizens and had interactive sessions. There were performances by students as well as the resident.
Preethi Nivas is an old age home for those who are abandoned by their families due to various reasons. Don Guanella Home for the Aged has been a home from 2007 for the abandoned people who have no one to care. In this home there are 25 elderly residents who are given nutrition and medical care. This programme is run with the help of the nearby people


Date: 17/09/2019
Department: COMMERCE
Class and No of Beneficiaries attended: III-B.com –P4 (38 students)
Name of the NGO: Holy Family for the Oldage, Veerannapalya, Bengaluru
Time: 1:30PM to 4:30PM
Faculty In Charge: Prof. Aasha.

About the Programme:
Insightful, unforgettable and outstanding are the best words to describe our experience of the outreach program.
On 17th September, we, the students of III Semester B.com P4 along with Prof. Aasha, the Class Animator and Dr. Reenu Mohan, Faculty from the Department of Commerce went to Holy family old age home and met women who were above 50 years. We were introduced to various harsh realities of life which have left an everlasting impact on us. We realized that life is short and time fleets quickly and hence we should cherish, nurture and love every relationship we have, before it is too late. External beauty passes away with time but the beauty of our soul remains intact for the rest of our lives.

We played musical chairs and various other games with them. We danced, sang and pour our hearts out. We interacted with them and we felt connected to them. They shared their love, feelings and anecdotes and took us back in time by over 50 years.
We entered the old age home with immature minds and hearts but we left the place with zest and inspiration.
We thank the Management for giving an opportunity and experience which we will cherish throughout our lives.
Feedback from Students:
It was really nice. Got to know many struggling stories and values….Had fun and interacted. I would like to thank our college for giving this opportunity to meet the women in the old age home and get to know them. They were really sweet. - Arya.s
It was great pleasure to spend some time with women in the old age home. Though we planned little our unity made things possible and the support of our class animator made us participate in many things. The women were active….even though they are old they are still a child by heart. I would like to thank our college for this wonderful opportunity and request for another visit. - Nithya. E
The visit was fun and gave us a lesson to always respect our parents. The people there were really humble and it was a great experience. - Umme Hani Haroon
I was very excited to go for old age home. We got to know the real difficulties in life. Their love towards us cannot be said in a sentence. It was a beautiful and unforgettable day spent with women in the old age home. - Sowmiya. S
Recently I had the chance to visit the old age home. The old age home was situated in outskirts of the city. When I entered the kingdom of the old age people, I felt a odd sensation in my stomach. We were asked to interact with the people staying there. In the beginning I was saying nothing to anybody as I was scanning the whole environment with my naked eye. We played games and interacted with them. Then we distributed the fruits we have brought for them. So totally it was a wonderful experience and I felt really peaceful there.


Date: 18/09/2019
Department: COMMERCE
Class and No of Beneficiaries attended: III-B.com P2 (60 students)
Venue: Holy Family for the Aged
Time: 1:45PM to 4:30PM
Faculty in Charge: Prof. Manjitha Mathew

INTRODUCTION:
The outreach program of our class (3rd Semester P2) was scheduled on 18th September 2019. After a long wait were all set to visit this lovely place called the Holy Family Home for the aged. A bus was arranged by the college. We were accompanied by Ms Manjitha and Ms. Shiny. We bought a few essentials and groceries. As soon as we reached the place, the members in the home extended a warm welcome to all of us.

ABOUT THE SESSION
We had planned a few activities and programs to entertain them. The whole class sang a song to invoke the blessings of God. The next performance was a solo dance by Ayushi, who triggered the members of the house to dance, with her gracefulness. The solo dance gradually turned into a group dance. All the members were excited and cheered with enthusiasm for our performances. One affectionate grandmother offered to sing a song for us.

Simultaneously, we started interacting with the members of the house. It was a little strange and uncomfortable in the beginning but later we had to be forced to leave the place due to time constraints. It was so hard to bid farewell to those wonderful people. We became so attached to them in such a short span of time. Their cute poses for selfies, amazing teenage experiences, valuable advices and suggestions opened our eyes to the real world. Though they were abandoned by their loved ones, they did not express the slightest feeling for frustration or hatred towards them.

Miss Janet was the sweetest person we met in the house. She became one of us. Mostly because there was no language barrier.
There were a few more activities like beat boxing, solo singing. Everyone there enjoyed a classical dance performance by Sharath and Puravi. Snacks were distributed to all of them.
The vote of thanks was proposed by a sweet grandmother with all her love and blessings. We clicked photographs. We promised them that we would visit them often. It was really difficult to leave that place.
We would like to express our heartfelt gratitude to Kristu Jayanti College for providing such a wonderful opportunity. We consider ourselves blessed to have spent time with such beautiful people. We realised that love and happiness lies in places like The Holy Family Home for the aged.


Social Outreach Programme
Date: 25 September 2019
Venue: AiR Humanitarian Home, Survey No. 34/2, Chikkagubbi Village, Doddagubbi Post, Bangalore – 560 077, India.
Class: III Semester BCom, Section D
Name of the Class Animator: Prof. Surjit Singha
The Objective of the Programme:
The objective of the programme was to provide assistance to the underprivileged and contribute to their integral development within the capabilities of the institution in order to meet their day-to-day and psychological needs, further to sensitize the students about the realities of the society and to develop people oriented attitudes and concern for others.

Acts 20:35 “In everything I did, I showed you that by this kind of hard work we must help the weak, remembering the words the Lord Jesus himself said: ‘It is more blessed to give than to receive.’ ”

Inspired by the above words, students of third semester BCom, Section (D), under the guidance of the Class Teacher conducted a Social Outreach Programme (SoP) and had visited AiR Humanitarian Home.

In Kristu Jayanti College we believe that the society which we live in, is the most important element, and students are collectively and individually encouraged to be responsible and do their best part for the welfare of the society. One such program is the Social Outreach Programme, where the entire section of a class visits to various NGOs like orphanages, old-age homes, and children’s home to extend their support in a best possible way.

Students of BCom (D) 3rd semester along with their class animator collected funds which were contributed generously. Students along with their Class Animator Prof. Surjit Singha visited AiR Humanitarian Home on 25 September 2019.

The A.i.R Charitable Home and A.i.R. Transit Home were founded by AiR (Atman in Ravi), a renowned philanthropist, spiritualist, author, speaker, motivator and singer with the mission to serve the Suffering Humanity as Prayer to God.

Most of us tend to look the other way when we see someone suffering on the streets or lying abandoned in a corner on a road because we do not know what to do or where to take them or where to turn to for help. A.i.R. Charitable Home and A.i.R. Transit Home, run by A.i.R. Humanitarian Homes, a nonprofit organization, addresses this very concern. In fact, a 24/7 Emergency Helpline Number has been especially created where anyone can call and inform them about the whereabouts of such ailing, abandoned individuals. Once they ascertain the location, they ensure that medical aid reaches them, further they also admit them at the A.i.R. Charitable Home till they recover and regain lost health.

It was a meaningful day for each one of us. Hope this Programme inspires many to conduct and organize such programme in their own capacity.

Here’s a little-detailed description of the groceries contributed:
1. Rice 50 Kg (25 Kg white rice and 25 Kg boiled rice)
2. Sugar 5 Kg
3. Salt 5 Kg
4. Moong Dal 10 Kg
5. Gold winner sunflower oil 10 Lit
6. Chilli powder 5 Kg
7. Turmeric power 5 Kg
8. Coriander powder 5 Kg
9. Chana Dal 5 Kg
10. Digestive biscuits 4 Kg
11. Other biscuits 1 Kg
12. Atta (Ashirwad) 20 Kg
13. Tata Tea poweder 3 Kg
Feedback from the students:-
• We felt blessed by being a part of the Social Outreach Programme.
• We should visit again and extend our support.
• It has touched our heart and soul; we should work more for humans and extend our selfless service whenever we can.
• We request the college to extend the programme for a day, so that we can spend some more time.
“When you open your heart to giving, angels fly to your door.”


Social Outreach Programme (SOP)
Date: 05/08/2019
Department: COMMERCE
Class and No of Beneficiaries attended: III-B.com ACCA (68 students)
Venue: RVM Philanthropic Home (A.i.R. Transit Home)
Time: 1:30PM to 4:30PM
Faculty In Charge: Prof. Kiran Kumar
Objectives of Social outreach programme:
The Outreach Program aims to encourage the participation of the students in social development work and collaborate with community-based organizations and institutions in their efforts to promote a just, loving, equitable, and humane society.

Introduction of RVM Philanthropic Home
The A.i.R Charitable Home and A.i.R. Transit Home were founded by AiR (Atman in Ravi), a renowned philanthropist, spiritualist, author, speaker, motivator and singer with the mission to Serve the Suffering Humanity as Prayer to God. The A.i.R. Transit Home endeavours to provide help and long-term care to the underprivileged, the homeless, children, the elderly, abandoned women, and the physically and mentally challenged.

Details about the programme


The students of Bcom ACCA 3rd semester visited the. RVM Philanthropic Home on 5th August ,2019. We had brought groceries and a cake. The students interacted with every person in there and conversed with them. They distrubuted Chocolates and gave clothes to some of the kids. Cake was cut and distributed to all the people there . The students were very enthusiastic and engaged in singing and dancing to entertain the elderly and the kids , they also made sure that the people were involved in the activities with them.

It was a very happy day especially for the students, as they saw another side of life and realized how important it was to stay humble and kind to other people. The students left after giving them a truckload of happiness and it was evident from the way the patients and kids and the elderly people reacted. It was an wonderful opportunity for the students to help those who are in need and learn about their experiences. Overall a very much needed visit which helped the students to learn more about the human side.


Social Outreach Programme
Date: 02/08/2019
Department: COMMERCE
Class and No of Beneficiaries attended: III-B.com P1 (55 students)
Venue: RVM Humanitarian Home, Chikka Gubbi Bengaluru
Time: 1:45PM to 4:30PM
Faculty In Charge: Prof. Johnsy Mary Johnson

Introduction
“The most terrible poverty is loneliness, and the feeling of being unloved.”
RVM Humanitarian home is a place for the poor and the homeless. Not only they are deprived of the simple comforts of life, but even basic amenities and essentials like clothes, food and healthcare. Some of them including the elderly and physically or mentally challenging have been abandoned on the streets. They need our empathy more than one sympathy. They need action and also require help from people like us. It has been 23 years since the institution has been carrying out this great responsibility.

Our Experience
We started off at 1:30 pm and reached there by 1:45 pm. The place had people of different age groups, from small children to men and women aged more than 60. We interacted with the people over there especially with the children. They seemed to be very happy when people talked to them and showed care and affection towards them.
The concerned authority told us that these people who were dumped in the railway stations, roads, etc. were brought to them by the police. She went on to say that the place was facing a shortage of things because the number of people there had outnumbered the maximum limit.

Sorrow & pity was filled in our minds, seeing their disabilities made us feel ever so grateful about the lives we had & also how we shouldn’t take any moments for granted. We engaged them in activities such as singing & dancing. Though we were strangers to them, but we made sure we give love as a family. The experience for us was humbling, as we have seen people who have nothing, still able to smile and on the other hand we students always seem to find things to complain in our lives.

Overview
This experience was definitely an eye opener for each one of us as college pupils. We the Bcom Professional students are so blessed and lucky to have been a part of this wonderful programme. And would be extremely glad for more opportunities like this. This experience helped us learn so much about the life of those people, and the difficulties they face in such an age.


Social Outreach Programme (SOP)
Date: 02/08/2019
Class and No of Beneficiaries attended: III-B.com P3 (54 students)
Venue: Trithwa Ashrama, Thanisandra, Bengaluru
Time: 1:30PM to 4:30PM
Faculty In Charge: Prof. Gisa George

The students of 2nd year BCOM P3 visited the Trithwa Ashram on 2nd August 2019. The class had collected money and with that they had bought grocery, Blankets and other needful items for the ashram. We visited the ashram around 2.00 pm and started the programme with a prayerful song. The students involved in various programmes like dance, singing and musical chair for the old age people. It was a wonderful opportunity for the students who interacted and also understood that the little joy they give means whole world to them.

Towards the end of the programme the students distributed cake and chocolates and also distributed chai to the elderly people. The day was indeed a blessing and soulful day for the entire class. The awareness and realisation of the students from the outreach programme is evident from their feedback in which few of them said – “be loving, caring, and a good listener, and also learn to cherish and be thankful for what God has given to them.”


Social Outreach Programme
CLASS: III BCOM E
VENUE: HOME OF FAITH
TIME: 2 PM TO 4 PM
OBJECTIVE: AN INITIATIVE TAKEN BY THE MANAGEMENT TO REACH TO THE POOR.
FACULTY INCHARGE: MS. GLADY AGNES
TOTAL NUMBER OF STUDENTS: 33 STUDENTS
NUMBER OF STUDENTS VISITED THE ORPHANGE: 32 STUDENTS

The visit to the orphanage started at 1:45 pm from Kristu Jayanti College and reached the orphanage (Home of Faith) at 2:00 pm. The orphanage had 40 children managed by 2 people. The orphanage had requested for stationary items for the students of the home, necessary stationary items were given to the orphanage.

The event started by a prayer song from Mr.Pramod and led by an action song by Ms.Rachana and group. In order to entertain the kids few activities like lemon and spoon and musical chair was conducted the winners of the event were encouraged with chocolates .Two kids of the orphanage show cased their talents like singing and beat boxing .The students interacted with the orphanage kids and spent some valuable time with them. The kids were offered snacks and the session ended with a song and good byes


Visit to Little Sisters of the Poor
Department of Commerce, Kristu Jayanti College Autonomous has taken the initiative of conducting various community engagement programme with an objective of meeting the demands of the deprived sections of the society, for e.g. slum children and adults who struggle to gain access to basic healthcare, education, safety, etc. Though we as an individual realize the need to work for society or do something for the needy, our busy lives keep us away from doing so. To address this concern, the commerce department teaching fraternity had decided to contribute towards a noble cause by making small donations starting from a minimum of Rs.100 by each individual every month. Every small donation becomes big enough to change the lives of many.

In connection with this, for the month of June, we have received a total contribution of Rs.4200. Representing the department, three faculty members Prof.Annie Stephen, Prof. Ragavendra Babu, Prof.Surjit Singha visited a home for the aged, “Little Sisters of the poor”, Hennur Cross and sponsored groceries worth Rs. 4200 which would be of great support for them.

ORIENTATION – CA/CS COURSE
Date: 25th June, 2018
Classes Attended & Number of beneficiaries: I Semester B.Com Professional students.
Objective: To orient the students on CA and CS as a profession and the future prospects and the procedure of registration to the course.
CA Mudassar Irfat- Founder and Director-Northstar Academy,Bangalore
CA Mudassar oriented the students on the following:
• About the CA and CS Course and its future prospects
• The difference between CA and CS Course
• Changes in Syllabus and the course structure
• Assessment procedure and cut off marks
• Registration procedure and the documents required for Registration process
• Procedure of change from old course to new course
• Duration of the course and the course contents
• Fee structure and CA registration fees
• The levels of examinations and the examination dates
• Negative marking in examinations
• Subjective and Objective papers
• Tips for qualifying in exams
The students actively participated in the Orientation. The session concluded with a Question and Answer Round where questions were posed to the resource person and their queries were addressed.


ORIENTATION ON ACCA BY ISDC
Date: 4th July, 2018
Classes Attended & Number of beneficiaries: III Semester B.Com ACCA students.
Objective: The main objective was focused on providing the information about ACCA course structure.
Name and details of the resource person: Fathima Imraz., Operations Manager, ISDC. Sapna, Academics Head, ISDC.
Ms. Fathima Imraz and Ms. Sapna focused her session on areas
• Ms. Fathima explained the procedures to check whether the students are exempted for the six papers.
• She emphasized that all the ACCA exams are going to be conducted online i.e. computer-based exams and gave important tips to prepare and manage for it.
• They also mentioned that two papers are preferred as it would help them getting recruited in companies.
• The students actively participated in the session. The session was concluded with an interactive session termed as the “Q & A" where questions were posed to the resource person and suggestions and answers were given.


ORIENTATION ON ACCA BY ISDC
Date: 2nd July, 2018
Classes Attended & Number of beneficiaries: I Semester B.Com ACCA students(80 students)
Objective: The main objective was focused on providing the information about ACCA course structure.
Name and details of the resource person: Fathima Imraz., Operations Manager, ISDC. Sapna, Academics Head, ISDC.
Ms. Fathima Imraz and Ms. Sapna focused their session on the following areas
• ACCA Structure- The talks detailed out the ACCA course structure which includes of 13 papers altogether which had previously containing 14 papers.
• Qualification levels– The Qualification levels are structured into 3 parts which are- fundamental level (3 papers), skill level (6 papers) and professional level (4 papers).
• Ms Fathima also explained about the registration procedure in details of the fee structures.
• The students actively participated in the session. The session was concluded with an interactive session termed as the “Q & A" where questions were posed to the resource persons and suggestions and answers were given.


PRATHIBIMBA VAADHA 2018
Department of commerce (UG) organized Debate session on “E-Commerce Enhances Business Growth and Excellence”
Date: 5th October 2018
Venue: Main Auditorium
Objective: It was organised to provide an opportunity for students to showcase their talents by participating in debate session.
To understand if E-Business enhances business growth
Moderator for the Debate Session: MS. Kshema Shetty, Program Manager, Amazon


INVESTORS’ CLUB
Overview of Global Stock Exchanges
Date: 25/09/2018
Classes Attended & Number of beneficiaries: 27 UG students (Group-1, 2 & 3)
Name and details of the resource person: Dr. ARTI SINGH,Investors Club, Coordinator, Faculty of Commerce (UG)
Write up about the session: Dr. Arti Singh spoke about overview of stock market globally, listing procedure, speculators in stock market and London stock exchange.
Importance of stock market: She discussed about why stock exchanges are important in terms of GDP Growth and also deliberated on types of speculators and participants in stock exchanges.
Largest stock Exchanges and Listing procedure: Her insights about Largest Stock exchanges in the world and history. She also review the listing procedure in BSE and NSE. Finally session end with Over the counter Exchange of India which is another important exchange for smaller companies and entrepreneurs.

INVESTORS' CLUB
Date: 04 September 2018
Classes Attended & Number of beneficiaries: 76 UG students (Group - 2 & 3)
Objective: To Study the Methods of Trading in Stock Market through Live Trading
Name and details of the resource person: K. KIRAN KUMAR, Investors Club, Coordinator, Faculty of Commerce (UG)

Mr. K. Kiran Kumar delivered lecture on live trading in Indian stock market on the following topics.
Method of buy: How to buy a stock in the stock market followed by different trading options like intraday, delivery trading, market order, limit order and stop loss etc.
Method of sell: How to sell a stock in the trading system followed by sell options like limit order, stop loss limit order etc., the resource person further discussed how to select the best stock.

Banque2015: Banking Exhibition
Banque, an inter-collegiate banking colloquium organized by the Department of Management (UG) was inaugurated by Shri. A.C.Sahu, General Manager and Regional Director of Small Industries Development Bank of India SIDBI on September 9, 2015.

This year, Banking colloquium focused on ‘the Role of Banking Sector in Asian Economies’ and witnessed participation from various colleges like, St. Joseph’s College of Commerce, Centre for Management Studies of Jain University, St. Aloysius College (Mangalore), Maharani Lakahmi Ammanni College, St. Claret’s College and Teacher’s Academy.

Banque2014: Banking Exhibition
A banking exhibition was organized on 2 September, 2014 at Kristu Jayanti College. The exhibition was inaugurated in the presence of Chief Guest Mr. B Dileep, Assistant General Manager, Bangalore Region of Federal Bank; Rev. Fr. Josekutty P.D, Principal, Kristu Jayanti College; Rev. Fr Augustine George, Vice Principal and Prof. Vijay Kumar, Head, Department of Commerce.

While addressing the gathering, Mr. B Dileep, Assistant General manager, Bangalore Region of Federal Bank said, “There must be a balance between technology and human touch during the gradual progress taking place in banking services”, as he stressed on Personalized Banking, product knowledge and its importance.

Industry visit to Unibic biscuit factory
The third semester B.com professional students visited Unibic biscuit factory on 11 September, 2014. Unibic is a manufacturing and marketing company of premium cookies in India since 2004.

With the objective of carving a niche at the premium end of the market, they have been delighting the consumers with great taste. They offer a range of 20 different variants including sugar free cookies. Students had an excellent opportunity to understand the production of cookies, the machineries used and also got an opportunity to discuss the marketing aspect of the business.

Students visit Komul Dairy, Kolar
43 students of Bachelor of Commerce (V B.Com C) on 25 August 2014 visited Komul Dairy situated in Kolar as part of their industrial visit. The dairy superior guided the students to see how the basic raw materials are converted into various finished products. The initial stage of a diary is the reception process, which is to check the quality of the milk followed by the processing of milk i.e separation of milk like cream and skim milk. In this section boiling of milk take places. The next section was packaging of milk and curds.

Students also got the opportunity to witness the packaging Dahi and ice-cream for the Amul Company. The processing and packaging of other milk products like butter, peda (sweets) and ghee and the preparation of ready coffee (Cold Coffee) for the for Cafe Coffee Day were also introduced to the students.

Field trip to Bangalore International Airport
The students of IV semester B.Com Tourism students had an opportunity to visit Bangalore International Airport on 4 July 2012. Students were introduced to the four main entries to the airport, VIP, Staff, Domestic and International passengers’ entrance.

The functions of the baggage allowance area, where the bags of the passengers were weighed and also were informed about the different procedures that needs be followed while checking the bags. And then they were taken to the VIP guest rooms which were maintained only for purpose of assisting VIP personals and also an introduction to the various formalities to be followed at the international counter.

PRASNOPARI - Beyond the Query Series 1. An interactive session with Prof. K. Shiva Prasad, Director, Bengaluru Law College, Bengaluru on 24th September 2021 at 2.30 PM through Zoom. | Kristu Jayanti College of Law is organising Nyaya Samvada as part Fit India Movement. Dr. Lovely Dasgupta, Associate Professor of Law & Policy, The West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences is the keynote speaker, will deliberate on the topic " Sports Law in India-A Law Making" and Guest of Honour Dr. Khalid Khan, Director of Physical Education, Karnataka State Law University, Hubbali on 25th of September 2021 at 10.15 AM through Zoom. | B.A., LL.B. & B.B.A., LL.B. Programmes: Next Counselling will be held shortly. Selected candidates will be intimated via email Apply Online |
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