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First Session Exam results published

14 Sept : The results of the first session examination was published on 14 September. It was published in the order of performance. This presentation helped the students to perform better in the forth coming examination.

Joshmine and Mark participate in NSS Camp at JDSG College

Sept 22: A five day NSS camp was held at Bokakhat JDSG college from 18 – 22 Sept. The theme of the camp was Life skills, personality development and leadership training programme. Two NSS Volunteers from our college, Ms. Joshmine Minj and Mr. Mark Pegu were selected to participate in the training program.

All the students benefitted from the session. “We learnt a lot about developing personality, skills and how to become good leaders” said Joshmine.

Students participate in various club activities

Aug 12: The students met together in various clubs and had interactive sessions according to the clubs. The college has provided opportunity to develop the various talents of the students through Club activities. The college has offered opportunity for  a student to join any one of the following clubs : Career, Culture, Environment, Entrepreneur, Gender, Literary, Sports and Yoga club. These club activities along with National Service Scheme, National Cadet Corps, Jesus Youth Movement provide a wide range of activities and community oriented programmes that help the students to move towards service to humanity and self-fulfilment.

Yoga Club inaugurated

Aug 12:  Yoga club at the college was inaugurated today. A Yoga Trainer from the Patiala group will provide training in Yoga on every saturday afternoon for the members of the Yoga Club.  As of now, 30 students have opted for membership in the Yoga club. The college provides 1 hour on saturday towards club activities.

Augustine Ngatuba, Program Cordinator, Quest Alliance interacts with the students and Career Club

Aug 11: Shri Augustine Ngatuba, Program Coordinator, Quest Alliance visited the college today and interacted with the students of the college. He gave a short introduction regarding Quest alliance to all the staff and students. After that he met course wise the staff and students. In the afternoon, he interacted with the Career Program students and the Career club members.

It was a great time of knowledge sharing for the students. The college is partnering with the Quest alliance to provide various life copping skills and career oriented training.  Four staff of the College, Dr. Ruth Nengneilhing of Department of Sociology, Mr. Harmeet Singh of Commerce Department, Ms. Sushmita Rongpipi of History Depaprtment and Sr. Reena P. George of English Department are the trainers in the college for career program and mentor the students in Career.

 

Staff & Management study the First Draft Document on CBCS

Nov 9: On the Eve of the Workshop on Introduction of Choice Based Credit System (CBCS ) at UG level, some of the staff and the management met together to discuss in detail the first draft of the proposal presented by the University.

Mr. Harmeet Singh presented the study of the staff in understanding the document. He focused on the Credit, and the distribution of subjects. He noted that in this first draft proposal, both Arts and Commerce Streams are clubbed together.

After that the staff discussed the various relevant points of the draft.

 

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