Kristu Jayanti College Autonomous Bengaluru celebrated 75th Independence Day in the college campus. Rev. Dr. Augustine George, Principal, Kristu Jayanti College hoisted the Indian National flag and delivered greetings of Independence Day. Prof.Madhu Druvakumar, Coordinator, Department of Commerce (PG), Kristu Jayanti College delivered the Independence Day message. She lauded the contributions of the freedom fighters, covid warriors who fought against the corona virus and the achievements of India at Tokyo Olympics. Rev. Dr. Augustine George distributed ranks to NCC cadets. NCC Cadets, volunteers of NSS, CSA and KCDC were part of the celebration.
NCC, Kristu Jayanti College Autonomous, celebrated the 74th Independence Day at the college campus on 15 August 2020.
Rev.Fr. Josekutty P.D, Director, Rev. Dr. Augustine George, Principal, Rev. Fr. Lijo P Thomas, Financial Administrator & Head Dept. of Computer Science, and Rev.Fr. Emmanuel P.J, Director, Kristu Jayanti College of Law, & Director, Jayantian Extension Services graced the occasion with their presence along with the other faculty members, NCC, NSS and CSA volunteers.
The flag was hoisted by Rev. Dr. Augustine George, Principal followed by the National anthem and pledge. Rev. Dr. Augustine George, Principal addressed the gathering and focused on the "New Normalcy" and the importance of adapting to the safety measures put forward by the government to stay safe during the pandemic situation.
Independence is day is day of joy, pride and rejoice. Center for Social Activities of Kristu Jayanti College has chosen a unique way to celebrate Independence Day of 2018.
Volunteers of CSA visited an Orphanage “Home of Hope” on 15 August, 2018 and spent their valuable time with the inmates of Home of Hope. Volunteers actively interacted with the forsaken ones in the society home and performed various cultural activities to entertain them. Groceries of worth Rs. 12,000 were donated. Documentary about the Orphanage was screened to the volunteers, where they could observe the upbringing process of the orphanage. Volunteers mainly learnt the value of sharing and caring for others and people of orphanage appreciated this gesture of the students. Around 80 volunteers visited along with four CSA staff members.
On the occasion of Independence Day celebration, Centre for Social Activities (CSA) of Kristu Jayanti College celebrated 71st Independence Day by visiting Infant Jesus Home, Kothanur on 15th August 2017 at 11 am. Volunteers interacted with inmates of the home and donated Rs 14,500/- worth groceries, fruits, and cake to the children. 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 were present. Students felt that they are more fortunate and decided to help the needy and respect the society for what they are today.
On the occasion of 70th Independence Day volunteers of Centre for Social Activities visited Home of Hope to invoke a true sense of community participation and service. At 8.30am flag was hoisted with National Anthem. Volunteers performed cultural activities, conducted games and served breakfast for inmates of Home. Members of CSA actively interacted with the inmates and donated grocery like sugar, dhal and eatables of Rs 11000. There were about 150 volunteers along with the faculty coordinators Mr. Manjunath.S, Mrs. Preethi and Dr. A J Excelce.
The experience was, without shadow of a doubt, one of the most rewarding and fulfilling we had. It was an afternoon spent between fun and games and getting to know the children; we were a small reason to make them smile.
On 15th August 2015 volunteers of Centre for Social Activities visited Government Primary School, K. Narayanapura and Infant Jesus Home to invoke a true sense of community belonging though community participation and service at the local level, which would be patriotic activity in the truest sense.
Volunteers performed cultural activities and conducted games for inmates of home. Members of CSA actively interacted with children and donated grocery like sugar, dhal and oil worth of Rs 11500. At the end sweets were given to children.