Bhavishyajyothi is a student initiative program to support the underprivileged, economically backward, orphan or single parent children. Under this program Kothanur and Narayanapur govt school and camping areas are covered. The main aim of this program is to encourage children to continue their education and reduce the number of school drop outs. In this program funds are collected from Jayantian and utilized for providing tuition fees, books, uniforms, regular follow up expenses, personality development workshops, health checkups, computer education, etc...
Center for Social Activities of Kristu Jayanti College had taken the initiative to support economically backward students under the banner of BHAVISHYA JYOTHI program on 28 September 2018. Stationary items like books and bags were distributed to 100 students of Government Primary school, Narayanpura.
Rev. Fr. Emmanuel, Director for Jayantian Extension Services, Kristu Jayanti College said, ‘do not stop your education under any circumstances.’ Mrs. Hemalatha, Head Mistress of Government primary school Narayanapura said dropouts have been reduced and attendance is stable after the schools’ association with Center for Social Activities of Kristu Jayanti College. Faculty members of CSA Mr. Chandrashekar N, Mr. Manjunath.S, Mr. Chandrashekar R S, and student volunteers were present.
Centre for Social Activities (CSA) of Kristu Jayanti College had organized Bhavishya Jyoti program on 15th August 2017 at K. Narayanapura Government School. Bhavishya Jyothi program is a student initiated social development program for providing educational sponsorship. As per the need of the school, CSA donated 300 note books and sports materials (throw ball, volleyball, skipping, Ring, Cricket Bat, Tennis Ball and bat, Carom board, Chess board etc.). Rev. Fr. Emmanuel P J, faculty, department of Psychology, Kristu Jayanti College addressed the students and distributed the materials. Ms. Hemalatha H M of GHPS, K. Narayanapura and CSA staff coordinators Mr. Chandrashekar N, Mr. Manjunath S., Dr. Excelce, Mr. Raghavendra Babu, Mr. Naveen Kumar, and Mr. Venkateshappa along with 52 CSA volunteers was present. Below table explains the amount collected from students and Faculty members.