Student Counsel




School of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
  • School of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences

September 05, 2020

The teachers day celebrations started at 4 pm on microsoft teams. About 68 teachers logged in with the link provided to them twith the e-invite taht was sent to them a day in prior. The event started with the introduction and welcome address by the USC members and it was followed by a presentation of a prerecoreded video of performances and recordings of different videos of students talking about their teachers. There were a few technical issues which were resolved and in the mean time the teachers were given a chance to interact and talk with the students and tell them about their quarentine routine and how they were coping with the online mode of classes. Several teachers interacted and the session was facilitated by Midhun and Alaka(USC reps). Then the faculty went into breakout sessions where their respective departments waitedfir them. They were engaged in games and interactive activities and they were given a chance to talk to their students. The departmental session ended at 5:15 and everyone returned to the main session where the video by Sonu Sood was played and the vote of thanks was delivered by Amshrutha(USC rep). We concluded the event at 6:00pm after the vote of thanks wishing our dear teachers a very happy teachers day. A total of 78 people attended the main meeting including 10 USC reps and 68 faculty members. Thankyou cards were sent to the faculty later that day with personalized message appreciating their efforts and thanking for joining the event and making it a success.

School of Science
  • School of Science

September 05, 2020

According to the preference of Departments, a live-session/pre-recorded video was shared among the teachers. The contents of either mode will be more-or-less the same; however, the live sessions had some engaging activities for teachers rather than streaming video. There was some common contents included in all the pan-university level. These included: - Christ Choir Performance - Teacher’s day wishes message from Sonu Sood, a famous film icon The USC representatives from the School of Sciences also have included a personalized e-memento for all the teachers as a token of gift. This was also common to all the departments. Generally, the session was decided to be exclusive for the teachers. The invitations to the sessions or the link of the pre-recorded video was shared with the teachers through official e-mail IDs.

School of Business and Management
  • School of Business and Management

September 05, 2020

Teacher's day celebration was a one-of-a-kind event, conducting it on a virtual platform, though, seemed challenging, was an enthralling experience. The teachers were warmed by beautiful personalized cards that were sent to them in their respective languages. A beautiful poster signifying the relevance of the event was also circulated among the students. There were a plethora of events that were designed for signifying the gratitude of students to teachers for their unstoppable dedication, relentless commitment, and endless efforts. In addition to the event being an extravaganza, it was also an educative and an information- oriented event, urging all the audience to take care of their health amidst these testing times. The events for the day were as follows: The live event was broadcasted to all professors and students at 3:00 pm.The event was guided by the University Student Council members and driven by the elected School Level Student Council members. The emcees for the event were Sushmita Samudralla and Praveeth Shetty, School Level Student Council members. The event began with a warm welcome address by Abhishek Sudan, School University Student Council member, followed by a pre- recorded music performance by the 1 st year students of the MBA department Kengeri campus. The event proceeded with a pre-recorded art presentation by one of the students from the MBA department, showing her gratitude towards all our professors and wishing them a happy teacher's day. We presented a pre-recorded yoga video with the attendees of our event, portrayed by a student of the MBA department, enlightening us with her knowledge of yoga and why it is essential for us to stay fit and healthy. Then we showcased a power-packed performance of the dance team, which was a pre-recorded video consisting of students from the MBA department; they portrayed the cultural diversity we celebrate at Christ University. The event was then followed with the University Choir performance. We were then blessed and proud to present a video of renowned actor Mr. Sonu Sood addressing to all our professors and wishing them on this wonderful occasion. The event then came to an end with the video of end credits, thanking all the University and School Level Student Council members, the editors who helped us come up with such lovely videos, the students who helped us make the event a success. The event concluded by a vote of thanks delivered by Kevin Joel School Level Student Council member. The event was a successful one. It went on smoothly without any technical glitches

School of Business Sciences and Social Sciences
  • School of Business Sciences and Social Sciences

September 05, 2019

Date: 5th September, 2019 Time: 11:30 am to 1:20 pm Venue: Main Auditorium Teachers Day celebration was held from 11:30 am to 1:20 pm in the main auditorium in CHRIST (deemed to be university), school of business studies and social sciences on 5th September, 2019. The program started with welcome address by Dr. Fr. Biju KC, the campus director. A dance performance was done by team Laasya. A musical performance was delivered by team Pranyam. All teachers were asked to download Kahoot Quiz, which was played later. It was conducted by Vishal Parwani and Vritti Mishra. Questions were asked based on the theme “How well you know your colleagues”. Professor who gained the most number of correct answers and in the least amount of time, was declared the winner. After the quiz, awards were distributed by Alan. Each teacher received a title, and a sache having the title on it. All teachers also received a mug which was customised with their names on it and the message of happy teachers day on it. A spoon was also provided. Dr. Jyoti Kumar, the dean then shared a few words on the auspicious occasion of teachers day. A speech to thank teachers was delivered by Jhala Shubhanginidevi, and the vote of thanks by Anjana Nambiar. Refreshments were provided to all teachers after the program ended.

Department of Professional Studies
  • Department of Professional Studies

September 05, 2019

Samarpan 2019 - Teachers’ Day As a Student Council initiative, Teachers’ Day - Samarpan 2019 for all the faculty members of Department of Professional Studies was celebrated on 4 September, 2019 from 11am to 12noon in main auditorium at CHRIST (Deemed to be University). Prof. Johny Joseph, Controller of Examinations and Director of Student Council, Dr. Jain Mathew, Dean of Commerce and Management and Prof. Biju Toms, Head of Department of Professional Studies graced the occasion. All the teachers were welcomed with roses. The program started with the symbolic lighting of lamp followed by an invocation dance. On behalf of all students, Chinappa shared a beautiful thanksgiving message to all teachers of their immense dedication in transforming the lives of students after which there was a melodious song performance. Prof. Johny Joseph and Prof. Biju Toms addressed the gathering about the significant role played by Teachers in shaping the lives of students. Then, there was a spectacular dance performance by Team Kanuvu and a group song performance. The program ended with a vote of thanks and college anthem. At the end of the program, all the Teachers were given a sapling, a coffee mug and a snack box as a token of gratitude.

Faculty of Engineering and School of Architecture
  • Faculty of Engineering and School of Architecture

September 05, 2019

Teachers’ Day, which is one of the major events organised by the Student Council was celebrated on 5th September 2019 . In Kengeri Campus, for the past 7 years, it was being organised by SWO. But this year, the Student Council had decided to collaborate with them in organising an unforgettable Teachers’ Day for all the teachers . The Gifts Usually, the gifts given to the teachers are common to all. This time, the Student Council of Kengeri Campus decided to give personalised gifts to the teachers to make the gift more special. Hand-drawn Portraits of teachers have been framed and given to all the Teachers. The Process The decision of the gifts was done way back in June. The work started in the first week of July and ended by the first week of September. All the 196 sketches of the faculties from Faculty of Engineering, School of Architecture and the Institute of Management have been drawn by our University Student Council member Harshit Srivathsava, as we wanted consistency in the quality of all the sketches. The collection of money has been started by the SWO as usual, but we had negotiated and convinced them to work along as our part has been planned long ago and most importantly that is a unique initiative. All the Deaneries collected good amount of money, supported by the amount given by the management we could make it possible. Involvement of the Deanery Student Council Members The frames had been ordered from Frames speciality store. The Deanery Student Council Members were asked to help in putting up the sketches and frames together. The Distribution On 5th September, from 10:00 am onwards, the gifting of portraits was being done by Deanery Student Council Members along with the University Student Council Members. This distribution happened department-wise which made it quicker and more efficient. Gifting was done various places like the corridors, laboratories and classrooms which also ensured that each student in the campus is aware of what their contribution was utilised for. To ensure that this initiative and work of Student Council is noticed by every individual, the portraits of Fathers, Deans and Heads of the Departments had been gifted to them in the Open-Air Auditorium amidst the gathering by the University Student Council Members after some wonderful performances by the teachers.

Department of Management Studies
  • Department of Management Studies

September 05, 2019

“It is the supreme art of the teacher to awaken joy in creative expression and knowledge.” We celebrate Teachers’ day every year throughout the country on 5th September. Students express their gratitude and appreciation for their teachers on this day. This day is dedicated to Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan – second President of India. The great academic philosopher and one of the most well known diplomats, scholar, president of India and above all a teacher. As a tribute to this great teacher, his birthday has been observed as teachers' day. For this Teacher’s day, on behalf of the students of the Department of Management Studies, the Student Council organized a lunch for the teachers on September 5. Keeping with the University’s efforts towards reducing the use of paper and plastic, we gave the teachers Vanilla Cheesecakes as an invitation present. These cakes were baked by an alumnus of our department and ex-council member. Lunch was served in Ivy Hall, Audi Block between 1:00-2:00. To show the gratitude they felt towards the teachers, the members of council who were present there served some of the dishes themselves to the teachers. In addition to the lunch, we also presented the teachers with a small gift. The teachers were presented with a small mason jar that has a packet of seeds, a chocolate and a personalized message. The idea behind giving the teachers seeds was that teachers help us, small seeds, grow to become mighty trees by nurturing us with education and wisdom. We hope that the plants that will grow from these seeds will help them remember us forever.

School of Law
  • School of Law

September 05, 2019

Date: 9th September, 2019 Time: 3.45 Pm to 5:30 pm Venue: Campus view The Teachers’ Day celebration for the academic year 2019-20 was held from 3:45 pm to 5:30 pm at the Campus view in CHRIST (Deemed to be University) on 9th September, 2019. The emcee was done by Rajath and Gayathri Balasubramanian, DSC members. The program began with the lighting of the lamp by the dignitaries of the day accompanied by an invocation song by Sahana and Pooja. Following this, Keya Rebello, University Student Council member delivered the welcome address. A fifteen-minute-long video was shot by the students of Deanery Student Council, which was a compilation of teachers’ day greetings from all the classes in School of Law, including few alumni. The video also included Mr. Ashwin, Mr. Stalin and Ms. Sunayana who shared their journey from student life to teacher life. The teachers were certainly overwhelmed after watching the video. An Indian style dance performance was put up with the help of the cultural committee. The graceful movements of the girls were a treat to the eyes. A fun game called Tambola was organised for the teachers. The event was conducted by Siri Prasad and Nandita Karunakaran. All the teachers played with great enthusiasm and the set of winners were rewarded with gifts. Dr. Abdur Munir Roaf from Western Cape University who was on his visit to School of Law, was invited to share a few words with the audience. He appreciated and praised the DSC for organising such an event and shared some of his memorable experiences. The cultural committee gave another western dance performance. The energetic dance brought everyone on their toes. It was a refreshing performance for around two minutes. The music team of the cultural committee entertained the audience with a beautiful collection of Bollywood songs. Dr. Sunita, Professor from the LLM followed by Prof. George K Jose respectively shared a view words about their initial stages of career and how they value the noble profession. Dr. Fr. Benny Thomas, Director, School of Law was invited to address the gathering followed by which Pahul Sond, University student council member delivered the vote of thanks. All the teachers and DSC members present assembled for a group photo session after which everyone was provided with refreshment. The event on the whole was well organised and was a grand success .

Deanery of Humanities and Social Sciences.
  • Deanery of Humanities and Social Sciences.

September 05, 2019

The Deanery of Humanities and Social Sciences celebrated one of the most important professions – teaching, by gifting all our teachers with a lifelong gift - a plant. To forward this year’s waste-reduction initiative, the Council Members bought coir pots instead of plastic pots from Pinia to reduce plastic usage in the campus. From the Lalbagh nursery, we bought peperomia plants which are indoor plants that help purify oxygen. These plants require minimum care. Along with being medicinal, the plants are a beautiful addition to any desk or room. The Deanery Student Council members wrote messages which were given to the teachers along with the plant. On 5th September, 2019 the University Student Council members went to all the teachers in each Department, showing gratitude and thanking them for their invaluable service to the institution.


Deanery of Science
  • Deanery of Science

September 05, 2019

TEACHERS DAY CELEBRATION Deanery of Science A teacher is a compass that activates the magnets of curiosity, knowledge and wisdom. It becomes very necessary for us to thank our teachers for whatever they have been doing for us, putting in all their efforts day and night. Hence we, on behalf of all the students, thanked our teachers from the Deanery of Sciences on 5th September . Although it becomes our responsibility to thank them every day, this is a day made for them to feel special about themselves. The plan of making them feel special about their work was being made from the past one month. After a long brain storming about gifts and events, we made up a draft plan. We decided to collect money from the students of each and every class of Science deanery with the help of our Deanery level Student Council members and invest it in getting few small gifts filled with gratitude to our teachers. On 5th September with the help of our Deanery level council members ,we packed the gifts: a pen which is the symbol of knowledge, a key chain with a 50 year calendar in it which will remain as a memory as time passes and a plant sapling which is a symbol of growth, health, wealth and happiness. Then all the University level members along with their deanery level members showed their gratitude by gifting the teachers personally. This was a memorable day to all of us.


Department of Commerce
  • Department of Commerce

September 05, 2019

Department Of Commerce Behind the birth of each great student lies the infinite efforts and wisdom of their guide, guru or teacher. The teachers of Christ University are not less a guru to their students. Teachers' Day in India is celebrated on 5 September every year to commemorate the birth anniversary of Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan - First Vice President of India and the Second President of India and an educationist at heart. Teachers day has always been a joyful occasion for both teachers and students alike in Christ University. To appreciate and honour the tremendous efforts taken by them to spread the light of knowledge to students the Student Council members had taken extra efforts to put up different programs and fun activities for our teachers. The Teachers day preparation involved meticulous planning to meet budgets and to provide the best experience to our teachers. The Student council members had organised into different committees to manage the various tasks. Along with the Student council Kala, Sangeet and Taal teams had put in lot of efforts for preparations and making the programs a grant success. Last but not the least Last minute production for their constant support. The first task at hand was the invitations. This time we wanted the invitations to be very different from usual. The Invitations team came up with a creative idea of Doves carrying the invitation, a mirror to the ancient Persian way of using birds to deliver messages. Lots of time and effort was put in by the gifts committee to personalise the mementos for each teacher. The mementos were spray painted glass bottles with cute black laces carrying an ink pen and a heart touching letter from their present class. The Teachers day program of DOC had commenced at 3.00 pm in the Main Auditorium with the humble presence of the Dean Dr. Tomy K Kallarakal, associate Dean Dr. Theresa Nithila Vincent, Dr. Sheril Michael Almeida, Dr Girish S, Dr Natchimuthu N, all the teachers and students from the department of commerce as audience. The celebrations began with an opening message followed by a mesmerizing mime performance by Last Minute Productions, dance choreography by Taal, band performance by Sangeet. Followed by a heart whelming speech by a student for the teachers. The teachers were engaged with amusing, interactive quiz questions to create a jolly mood among them. A special heart touching video was created and filmed by the student council members dedicating it to all the teachers. The celebration concluded with the distribution of the mementos to the teachers, a token of appreciation. Each teacher was welcomed with a loud round of applause by the audience onto the stage for their mementoes. The teachers were served homemade refreshments and delicacies prepared by the students after the program. The theme for the recipes was fusion. Baked beans tart, nachos chat, rolls, sandwich, fruit cream and drinks were the treat for the teachers Over all with the grace of God this year the Teachers Day celebrations was a grand success.

School of Law Student Council Members
  • School of Law Student Council Members

July 26, 2019

The Orientation Program of the Deanery Student Council Members of School of Law CHRIST was conducted on 26th July 2019, at the Kengeri Campus of CHRIST (Deemed To be University). The day started with a short prayer, following which a few ice breaking activities were conducted to facilitate interaction amongst the Deanery Student Council Members. The main purpose of theafore mentioned activities was to provide a congenial and informal environment for the students to get to know each other better. The program also featured many thought provoking discussions during which students raised concerns and made suggestions on various issues. The issues discussed ranged from the need to improve general security measures on campus, to the need for internship programs and summer school collaborations with Foreign Universities. After detailed deliberation the students were shown a Ted talk on the concept of ‘ideal leadership’, which gave them insight in to the role of a leader. The students discussed how a leader is not merely meant to be an autocratic figure, but should strive towards building a fiduciary relationship with his team. While discussing these ideas on the role of a ‘leader’, the students initiated a discussion on the role of the Student Council in Law School and discussed measures to improve the relationship between the Student Body and the Council. The members were then asked to present on certain topics which had been assigned to them before hand. Included among the topics were: Daksh, Teachers Day, Gratitude Week, mechanisms to include student perspectives on various aspects of campus life etc. The students were also given specific sub-committees to work under, in order to ensure the smooth functioning of all the council activities planned for the year. In conclusion, the Orientation Program was a fitting way for the Law School Deanery Council to start the Academic Year.

School of Business Sciences and Social Sciences Student Council Members
  • School of Business Sciences and Social Sciences Student Council Members

July 17, 2019

The informal orientation session for Deanery Student Council members conducted on 17th July, 2019 in Bannerghatta Road Campus of Christ (deemed to be university) presented a great opportunity to the newly selected council members to get to know each other as well as to bond with the continuing members. Conducted by Mr. Jibrael Jos, an Associate Professor from the Hosur Road Campus, this interactive and fun session was the perfect catalyst to bring the council members together. The event started at 11.30 am (after an introductory address by University Student Council member Alan Joseph John) in the morning and went on till 1.20 pm in the afternoon. The venue of the event was the spacious seminar hall in the first floor. The activities involved ‘rapid fire questions’, group discussions, singing, dancing and team-building exercises. A big empty space was created in the middle of the hall for the activities to take place. The activities were not only aimed at strengthening the bond between the students and promoting teamwork but also at creating awareness about the cultural diversity in the campus. Jibrael sir called them sociometric experiments that encourage the students to go beyond regional boundaries, religion, caste and class. The event was concluded with delectable vegetarian lunch for all the student council members. Some memorable moments from the session as captured by USC member Abhishek is shared below:


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