Kristu Jayanti Dance Academy (KJDA)

Welcome to Kristu Jayanti Dance Academy
A place for artistic expression, originality, and pure delight is our dance academy at Kristu Jayanti College. We think that dancing is a strong method of self-expression and a catalyst for personal development, not only an art form. For students of all backgrounds and ability levels, our academy provides a welcoming and supportive environment where they may discover the joy and discipline of dance while embracing the power of dance and realising their full potential. We provide a wide variety of dancing forms at our dance academy to accommodate all interests and preferences.

To have an innovative effect on dance education by encouraging people to find their individual artistic voices, encouraging a lifetime passion for dance, and supporting a community that values excellence, diversity, and innovation.

To create a supportive and dynamic environment where aspiring dancers can receive top-notch instruction, enhance their technical ability, express their creativity, and gain a profound understanding of the art of dance. We enable people to explore their passion for dance, develop lifelong skills, and make a meaningful contribution to the dance community as well as the wider world via skilled training, creative exploration, and a dedication to diversity.

Office Bearers:
Fr. Deepu Joy - Director
Ms. Ranjani S - Coordinator
Ms. Sreedevi VK
Dr. Nishitha

Student Coordinators
Navya Varrier

Activities conducted

Training in Western Dance The beneficiaries of this training session were the students chosen from the auditions conducted for the selection of Kristu Jayanti Dance Academy members during the month of August. The performance of students and level of training required was gauged during the auditions by the concerned KJDA faculties. To ensure the best of training sessions the external choreographers were invited to the campus. The choreographers – Sushan Kanchan and Pranesh Gokul – have been training the students to bring out the best in them. The two training sessions have been completed in November. Due to the commencement of end semester exams, the students were asked to take a gap to pursue their academic journey. The remaining sessions will be resumed from January.

Training Kristu Jayanti CMI Public School students The dancers from KJDA were assigned with the dance training sessions for CMI school students. The objective of training them up in different classical dance varieties was to help them in choreography and execution of steps for their school annual day performances. KJDA students taught eighteen varieties of dances to the school students.

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