Sambandh is the annual Sociology festival organized by the Department of Sociology at Christ University in every odd semester for the undergraduate students pursuing Sociology in the three streams PSEco, PSEng, and EPS. This year it was the MA Applied Sociology students who have organized it for their juniors. A core committee was formed with six students to take care of the logistics part. They planned the list of events by taking suggestions from the student’s community. This year’s Sambandh logo was also designed by one of the I EPS students.
The first event was a street play that took place on August 24th and 25th at the basketball court during lunch breaks. The main event was on Monday, 29 August 2016 at three parallel venues viz., Sky View, campus View and Auditorium, IV block. The event was declared open by the Deans of Humanities and Social Sciences Prof. Mallika Krishnaswamy and Prof. John Joseph Kennedy. The compilation of internship reports of MA Applied Sociology Students ‘Reflections from the Field’ was released on this occasion. The various events in which the students showcased their talents include face painting, umbrella painting, T-shirt painting, hairdressing, collage, poster making, poetry, fiction, nonfiction, quiz, potpourri, and block and tackle. The highlight of the day was the 10 minutes on stage that happened during the post-lunch session.
The chief guest for the closing ceremony was Fr. Jose CC. The Department newsletter ‘SOCIUS’ August 2016 edition was released by Fr. Jose CC. The prizes for individual and group events were distributed. Third-semester PSEco students bagged the overall class trophy.
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