A day to remember- Samyagdarshan
On the 22nd of February 2020, the quadrangle of our college witnessed cheerful faces everywhere; it was Samyagdarshan- the annual college day. As the academic year draws to an end, the entire Kristu Jayanti Family comes together to celebrate on this day the fantastic year that has passed by. Samyagdarshan is the annual college day organized by the Literary and Cultural Association of the college, college day provides an opportunity to take a walk down the memory lane and celebrate the achievements of the college for the academic year.
The formal session commenced with the invocation song to seek the blessings of almighty god, followed by Rev. Fr Josekutty PD; Principal of Kristu Jayanti College presenting the annual report. The presentation of annual report of college activities is a special feature of the annual day function as it projects the achievements and accolades of our college.
The chief guest for the day was Dr. Dev Swarup, Additional secretary UGC; sir addressed the gathering and shared few words of wisdom.
After the eventful formal session it was time to delve into some music, dance and lots of fun. The students had an array of talents to display, there were 46 programs by the Jayantians from across deaneries, and students surprised the audience by their stupendous performance.
The College was abuzz, with great music and glee on the faces of all the students; as the students were enthusiastic to see their friends rock the stage. Each and every seat in the quadrangle was filled with eager and enthusiastic audience looking forward to seeing their best friends perform.
The cultural activities were performed by the students exhibited their hidden talent. The various activities performed for the occasion include dance, songs under different styles, musical performances and everything one wishes to watch. The students anchored different segments of the function with utmost confidence and ease.
The audience comprising of students, faculty, admin and support staffs enjoyed all the programmes. The Jayantians were highly jubilant and appreciated the performances of their friends by putting their hands together.
The annual College day Formal program was held on the 25th of February 2019. Rev.Fr Josekutty P.D,the Principal presented the annual report of the college. The Chief Guest for the college day was Mr. Verne Bragg, Regional Manaing Partner and Audit Practise Leader, Grant Thornton. Mr.Kenny Josh Eapen represented the parents. There were an display of 41 performances by the talented Jayantians. The number of participants were 390. During the programme, the title of Best outgoing students were conferred upon Mr. Johnny Baby and Ms. Christy Maria Antony.
The annual College day Formal program was scheduled at 9.30AM on the 3rd March 2018. Rev.Fr Josekutty P.D, the Principal presented the annual report of the college. The Chief Guest for the day was Sri Anirudh Sravan IAS, Commissioner of Entreprenurship and Livelyhood, Dept. of Skill Development, Government of Karnataka. The parent representative was Dr Ramesh, Principal, Karnataka College of Pharmacy .There were an array of 47 performances by the talented Jayantians.During the programme, the title of Best outgoing students were conferred upon Mr. Samson Esso and Ms Srividhya.
The annual College Day Formal program was scheduled on the 4th of March 2017. Rev.Fr Josekutty P.D, the Principal presented the annual report of the college. The Guest of Honour was Mr Bhatia who motivated the students with his inspirational talk. Mr Murugan, CEO, Fastmix represented the parents. There was an array of 41 performances by the talented Jayantians. The number of participants were 160. During the programme, the title of Best Outgoing Students were conferred upon Mr. Abraham Samuel Bokki and Ms. Gouri V.Nair
The annual College day was on the 2nd of April 2016. Rev.Fr Josekutty P.D, the Principal presented the annual report of the college. The Chief Guest was Padmashree Prof.N.R.Madhava Menon, the founding Vice Chancellor of National Law school of India University, Bengaluru and the chancellor of NUEPA, New Delhi addressed the gathering and disseminated his thoughts about law and public welfare. Mr P Sasidharan, Assisstant Accounts officer who represented the parents expressed his atmost satisfaction about the programmes. There was an array of 36 performances by the talented Jayantians. The number of participants was 165. During the programme, the title of Best outgoing students was conferred upon Mr. Melvin Sunny and Ms. Kikiyangla Longkumer.