Junior College Annual Report 2015-16

REPORT OF JUNIOR COLLEGE

 CO-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES- 2015-16

     Co-curricular activities are the true and practical experiences received by students.  Intellectual aspects of personality are accomplished by classroom.  While aesthetic development ,character building, spiritual growth, physical growth, moral values , creativity are supported by co-curricular activities. NKES group of institutions thereby has always taken initiative to encourage these activities for the all-round development of the students.

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE YEAR

  1. ENGLISH ESSAY WRITING COMPETITION

 English Essay Writing competition was organized for the students of std. XI and XII to improve their writing skills. Students can also develop good command on the spellings and grammar, which will act as the plus point for the students to score good marks in the examination.

 

  1. ENGLISH ELOCUTION COMPETITION

English is essential to the field of education. Students are taught and encouraged to learn English as a second language. Students study almost all their subjects in English in order to make the material more accessible to all. Therefore , English Elocution competition was conducted amongst the students to improve their vocabulary and confidence.

 

  1. MEHENDI COMPETITION

     Mehendi competition was held to make the students aware of cultural significance in Indian traditions. In todays, era of modernization, the new styles and designs of mehendi designs are coming up , adding glamour and fun to it.

  1. TATTOO MAKING COMPETITION

Tattoo making completion was organized especially for the boys students to develop art work.  Apart from competitions, various ‘ Days’ were celebrated by the students in the college.

  1. FRIENDSHIP DAY      

  Considering the valuable role friends play in our life, it was deemed to fit to have a day dedicated to friends and friendship. Friendship day was enthusiastically celebrated by all the students.

  1. CHOCOLATE DAY

   Chocolate day celebration every year brings a favorite flavor of the each one in their life. So everyone celebrate it very peacefully and heartily. Chocolate day celebration gives all the students a reasonable reason to gift and consume nice and tasty chocolates.

  1.  COLORS DAY

RED DAY : Students eagerly celebrated this ‘ Red Day’ to symbolize festivity and Goodwill. The color ‘Red’ holds a very dominating and auspicious pedestal to Indian customs and traditions.

GREEN DAY: On this Green Day celebration, all the students took a pledge to protect the fragile earth. The Green Day highlighted the students’ eagerness to support the environment.

BLACK & WHITE DAY : Black & White Day was celebrated in college, where students wore black and white color clothes.

  1. MIX & MATCH DAY

 Mix and Match Day was joyfully celebrated by all the students. This Day helped them to make choices on what to wear teaching them responsibility and putting them in charge of their style.

  1. TRADITIONAL DAY

The ‘Traditional Day’ celebration was to represent Indian culture. All the students were in different Indian outfits. This is an effort to contribute to remember our culture and celebrate the day with great enthusiasm and gusto.

  1. SAREE AND TIE DAY

Tradition of wearing saree goes back thousands of years in our country. Even the growing influence of modern ‘ Jean Look’ or ‘Salwar Kameez’ could not deviate a saree from its path of elegant. Therefore to make our girls students aware of our customs and habits of Indian society, Saree Day was celebrated.

Much like the shirt, the necktie, considered a simple “intimate” garment in ancient times. Tie expresses the personality of the wearer and becomes an important instrument in social relation. This Tie Day was celebrated eagerly by all the boys.

  1. NAVRATRI

 Navratri is a festival dedicated to the worship of the Hindu deity Durga. This festival is celebrated for nine days. The tenth day is commonly referred to as ‘ Vijayadashami or Dussehra’. On this day, all the students performed Garba dance around a centrally lit lamp or a picture or statue of the Goddess Shakti.

 

 

SEMINARS

Everyday starts with something new. The students have to always keep their eyes on what     new things are arriving day by day. This is where the seminar are of great importance. NKES group of institutions thereby organized the following seminars.

  1. ONE INDIA AND ONE PEOPLE   

  One India One People Foundation is committed to make India a Great, Strong and United country, where every citizen is an Indian first. A step ahead in this direction to reach out its message to the younger generation through activities, the foundation has come up with One India One People club. This club was formed amongst our students in the month of August. Students of std. XI and XII became members of the club.

  1. DISASTER-MANAGEMENT
     Disaster Management is the creation of plans through which communities reduce vulnerability to hazards and cope with disaster. Therefore, a seminar on Disaster Management was conducted amongst our students to make them aware of Disaster Management plans.

 

  1. CHIPKO MOVEMENT

      A seminar on Chipko movement was conducted by Mr. Hegde to inspire the 

     students to slow down the rapid deforestation.

 

  1. The Public Concern for Governance Trust (PCGT) organized ‘Youth for Governance 2016’ program on February 4, 2016. Around 80 students from std. XI participated in the program.

 

SPORTS DAY

     The Sport of athletics is an exclusive collection of sporting events like running, walking, jumping, and racing.  Our college student Mst. Shahrukh Shirgaonkar from std. XI participated in National level Karate competition and won certificates. And also participated in State level Skipping competition and won First place.

Mst. Jayesh Waskar from std. XII participated in D.S.O level 5000 m Walking competition and won First place.

Mst. Ravi Yadav from std. XI participated in D.S.O level competition and won First place in 100m Hurdles, First place in 5000m Walking , and also participated in Division level 100m Hurdles and won Fourth place.

 

Staff of Junior College:-

  1. Shri. Ratish B. Kuckian, M. Com., B.Ed., (Supervisor)
  2. Miss. Sangeeta Prasad, M.C.A. (Lecturer I.T.)
  3. Shri. Shiv Kumar Poojary, M. Com., B. Ed. (Part Time S.P. Lecturer)
  4. Shri. Pramod Bhosle, M.A., B. Ed., (Part Time English & E.V.S.)
  5. Shri. Nimalan P., M.com. B.Ed.
  6. Ms. Dulsy Rani –M.com. B.Ed. 
  7. Sri. Basavaraj Gowda, Office In-charge

 

Junior achieved excellent results in H.S.C. examinations held in March, 2016  The comparative statement of passed percentage during the last two years is as under:

 

 

Sr. NO.

Commerce with I.T

Year

Appeared

Failed

Passed

Passed %

1

2015

43

0

43

100

2

2016

61

1

60

98

 

 

Ratish B. Kuckian

Supervisor