Other Activities

Social Outreach Programme - Orphanage Visit
Date: August 31st, 2019.
Classes Attended & Number of beneficiaries: I and III Semester MA Students, 13 students.
Name and Address of Orphanage: REFUGE FOUNDATION, KOTHANUR, BANGALORE.
Objectives of the Visit:
1. To create social responsibility among the students of MA Economics.
2. To make students a socially responsible citizens.

Social Outreach Program aims to encourage the participation of the collegiate level community (students, parents, teachers, staff, personnel and alumnae) in social development work and collaborate with community-based organizations and institutions in their efforts to promote a just, loving, equitable, and humane society. The Students of Department of Economics taken for an orphanage visit as part of the Social Outreach Programme. The purpose of the visit is to expose the students towards social responsibility. The students with 4 faculty members have reached the orphanage home at 10 AM in the morning. The children’s of the home welcomed our students. There were 25 children’s aged between 4 years to 12 years, the MA students had an introduction session with them. The students enquired about their studies and grade. Students have conducted drawing competition to all the children’s. Prizes and gifts are awarded to the winners and participants of the game. Followed by that, the students conducted some games such as musical chair, dodge ball and singing talents etc. All the kids in the home were actively participated in the competition and game. Gifts and Sweets where distributed to the children’s after the game. The programme reminds the students about their social responsibility. After spending some fruitful time in the home, the students left the home by 12.30 pm with lot of experience.


Student Colloquium I - Debate
Title: $ 5 Trillion Indian Economy – Dream Or Reality
Date: AUGUST 9th, 2019
Classes Attended & Number of beneficiaries: M.A Economics, 13 Students
Name and Details of the Moderator: Dr. Siva Subramanian, Faculty, Department of Economics.
Objective: To provide an exposure towards the current status of Indian Economy.

Department of Economics organized a debate on the topic of “$ 5 TRILLION INDIAN ECONOMY – DREAM OR REALITY”. The debate started by 2.30 p.m. with the general introduction about the topic, followed by that instructions were given to the participants. A lot has been discussed and debated on the development target of $ 5 trillion Indian Economy by 2024. The students debated about the current economic problems India is facing and stated that more investment is needed in infrastructure development like education and health. The student’s emphasis on inclusive growth and rural connectivity and stated that it is becoming a big challenge for the growth of the economy. The major points discussed in the debate were impact of demonetization and GST; Slowdown of GDP growth, global recession, jobless growth, Sick PSEs, Privatization, Stagnation of Make in India campaign and diplomacy in International Trade. 13 students as two different teams compete through three different rounds of argument, giving persuasive speeches on this topic. This event tests the confidence and in-depth knowledge of PG students on the recent economics topics.


Community Engagement Programme
Title: Report On Orphanage Visit
Date: AUGUST 3rd, 2019
Classes Attended & Number of beneficiaries: M.A Economics, 13 Students
Name and Address of the Orphanage: Refuge Foundation, Kothanur, Bangalore, 560077.
Objectives: 1. To create social responsibility among the students of MA Economics.
2. To entertain the students to involve in community engagement programmes.

Department of Economics organized a Community Engagement Programme- Orphanage Visit to expose the students towards social responsibility. The students with 4 faculty members have reached the orphanage home at 11 AM in the morning. The children’s of the home welcomed our students. There were 25 children’s aged between 4 years to 12 years, the MA students had an introduction session with them. The students enquired about their studies and grade. Followed by that, the students conducted some games such as musical chair, dodge ball and singing talents etc. All the kids in the home were actively participated in the game. Gifts and Sweets where distributed to the children’s after the game. After the games, students and the children’s of the home played Guitar and sang songs for the children’s. The programme reminds the students about their social responsibility. After spending some fruitful time in the home, the students left the home by 2 pm with lot of experience.

Industrial Visit - Nabard
The Students of 1st and 2nd year MA Economics visited the NABARD Karnataka Regional Office on 21st August, 2018. The students were accompanied by Prof. Neeta Dwivedi, Coordinator, Department of Economics, Kristu Jayanti College.

The formal programme commenced at 10:30am with the screening of an award winning video on NABARD. This was followed by an elaborate presentation by Mr. Nirmal Kumar, Assistant General Manager, NABARD on the functions and responsibilities of NABARD.

After the presentation, the other resource persons, Mr. Uday Bhaskar, Mr. A.V Joshi and Mr. Sudarshan enlightened the students on the role that NABARD plays as the ‘Development Bank of the Nation for fostering rural prosperity’.

Towards the end, the students put forward their queries which were beautifully and precisely answered and clarified by the resource persons. The session came to an end at 1:00 pm with the vote of thanks proposed by Mr. Sunon Zhimo (2nd year, MA Economics).

VICHAARMANTHAN
TITLE: “DEMONETIZATION: WHAT NEXT?”
The thirty-fourth edition of ‘Vichaarmanthan’, an interaction with global visionaries, was conducted by the Department of Economics on 31 August 2017. The chief guest for the programme was Shri Rama Subramaniam Gandhi, the Former Deputy Governor of the Reserve Bank of India, addressed the students on the relevant topic “demonetization, what next?”

Shri R.S Gandhi commenced the session with a brief talk on whether demonetization has been a boon or a bane for the country. He threw light on the various objectives of demonetization, which were to eliminate black money, fight against counterfeit notes and avoid financing of criminal activities. He also discussed the challenges faces by the Central Bank and the sensitivity they possess against black money and counterfeiting of notes.

Second semester results of Post Graduate Diploma (One Year Programme) students belonging to 2018-19 batch is published today(23-8-19) online through the ERP solution. First Semester supplementary results of Post Graduate Diploma (One Year Programme) students belonging to 2018-19 batch and Second Semester supplementary results of 2017-18 batch students are published today(23-8-19) online through the link https://results.kristujayanti.edu.in | Examination Fee details for all UG & III / V Sem PG classes (Except MBA classes) [CLICK HERE VIEW] | MBA III Trimester(2018-20 Batch) results are published online today(14-8-19) through the ERP solution.| Project Viva Voce of BBA VI Semester students will be held on 10th March 2020| |

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