Pot Decoration Competition
Department of Education organized a Pot (Matka) decoration competition on 16 February 2021, to mark the occasion of Basant Panchami. Relevant themes were painted on pots and all the entries were exhibited in the hall for the judges to evaluate the artistic work of the students. Attractive prizes were given to the students who won the first, second and the third places.
Self-Composed Poems Competition
A poetry competition was organized on the 26th birth anniversary of Shri Vichitra Kumar Sinha by Shri Vichitra Kumar Sinha Samiti on 14 February 2021. Five students of Christ College contributed their self-composed poems to the competition.
The competition had 45 participants and out of which the poems of top 20 participants got published in a book titled,
Uddiyamaan Kavya Suman. Four students of Christ College who secured a position in top 20 that is, Ms. Roopali Yadav, Ms. Pooja Jain, Ms. Rupali Saha and Mr. Sahib Singh got their poems published in the same book.
Online Collage Selfie Competition
Christ College organized an online Collage Selfie competition, as students were not able to come to college due to COVID 19 lockdown. Students must make efforts to nurture, conserve and protect Mother Nature and must develop Eco Friendly behaviour. This competition was intended to boost the personal efforts of students in this direction.
In the competition students submitted a collage of 5 pictures showing the efforts that students are making towards conservation and protection of environment and the changes they have incorporated in their daily lives for healing the environment.
20 students participated in the competition. The event was judged by Ms. Rony Joy, Dr. Annsi and Dr. Pallavi Shrivastava. The first prize of the competition was won by Ms. Prachi Sahu . Ms. Prachi in her collage showed 5 different activities which included planting a tree, making organic manure, making an eco-friendly sanitizer with no alcohol, stitching bags out of old clothes to replace plastic and finally she showcased the cleaning work that she has been doing under Swachh Bharat Abhiyan.
Essay Writing Competition
Christ College on the occasion organized an essay writing competition, wherein the students were to submit an essay by 6th November 2020 on the following topics:
The Coordinator of the program was Mr. Augustin William. The purpose behind the competition was to make the students read and collect information about Maharishi Valmiki and express their thoughts about his work in their own words. Fabulous prizes have also been announced to the top three writers. It is observed that there is an overwhelming interest in the student community to participate in the various competitions offered by the college despite the COVID-19 concerns. In the Competition the First Prize was won by Ms. Angel Rajan( B.Ed. II Year). The Second Prize went to Ms. Lairee Lakra ( B.Com II Year) and the Third Prize was bagged by Ms. Rupali Saha ( B.Ed. II Year)
Folk Dance Competition
A Folk Dance competition was organized on the occasion of Navratri and Dussehra from 17th to 22nd October 2020. As the COVID-19 protocol is in force it was an online competition for which students had to send videos of their entries before 22nd October 2020. A land of colors and traditions, India is a country in which each state adds a new color to its canvas. Navratri is a Hindu festival that spans nine nights and ten days and is celebrated every year in the autumn. The celebrations include stage decorations, recital of the legend, enacting of the story, and chanting of the scriptures and folk dances. After the submission the videos were then sent for the judgment. The judges for the competition were Rev. Fr. Antony and Rev. Fr. Varghese Kummanancharey . The First position went to Ms. Shrishti Lata Minj (B.Com. I Year) whereas Ms. Nandita Prajapati ( B.Com I year) took the Second place and Ms. Anjali Beck ( B.A II Year) got the Third. Consolation prizes went to Ms. Pooja Jain (B.Ed. II Year) and Ms. Alpana Minj ( B.A. II Year). All the participants got certificates.
Christ College organized a Mehendi competition on 21 August 2021. Mehandi (or henna) is the application of henna as a temporary form of skin decoration most popular on festivals in various regions of India. The festival of Raksha Bandhan symbolizes the love between brother and sister and mehendi plays an important role. Sisters apply mehendi as an auspicious sign for brothers long life. On this occasion of Raksha Bandhan, Christ College, Bhopal organized a Mehendi Competition to add beauty and meaning to the entire essence of this celebration and to inculcate among the students interest in traditional customs of India as exhibited on this festive occasion. The students took part in this competition enthusiastically. They applied various alluring designs and exhibited their talent in this art form. They submitted the pic and video portraying the Mehendi design on hand till elbow. The first prize of this competition was won by Ms. Anisha Tigga, second prize by Ms. Ruchita Jaggi and third prize by Ms. Bharti Yadav. We congratulate all participants and especially the winners.
Photo / Selfie/ Collage and Video making Competition
Photo / Selfie/ Collage and Video making competitions were organized on the occasion of Raksha Bandhan from 3rd August to 12th August 2020. Students had to take pictures of celebrating Raksha Bandhan and send entries online within a week. The objective of the program was to inspire students to create special moments for their loved ones and teach them the importance of special bond between the protector and the protected. Students participated enthusiastically and showcased heartwarming pictures of the celebrations. The best entries were awarded E-certificates and prizes.
Samavartana-Adieu and Prize Distribution Ceremony
Tendeavoured to leave a trail of nostalgia behind for the outgoing batches of B.Ed. and M.Ed. Batch 2019-2021 on 13 September 2021.
The programme commenced with the lighting of the ceremonial lamp which was followed by a classical prayer dance by Ms. Lakshmi, a student of B.Ed.which was spiritual yet powerful.
Principal, Rev. Fr. Johnson CMI in his address, made the student teachers aware of the etymological and real meaning of the term Samavartana. He further told the students to go forth and embrace the future with open arms, and enthusiastically pursue ones own life- journey of achievements and discovery by rendering dedicated service to humanity and living a happy and peaceful life. All this filled the outgoing students with immense pride to be associated with the Christ family. To brighten up the event, an energetic performance was given by the budding dancers Ms. Nandita Prajapati of B. Com. Second year, Mr. Rajat of B.Ed. Second semester, which lifted up everyones spirits. A beautiful musical parody was performed by Ms. Celine and group. A beautiful poem was recited my Mr. Kaustubh Nigam and Ms. Anju Ahirwar, B.Ed. students. It was followed by a Ramp walk and games. After that, two rounds of Prize Distribution took place. Prizes, trophies and certificates for all the events, workshops and competitions organized throughout the academic year 2019-2020 were distributed to the students who had involved themselves in various activities with great passion and enthusiasm.
In the first round Rev. Fr. Dominic N.K. CMI, Director of Christ College and in the second round Rev. Prof. Fr. Johnson CMI felicitated the winners of the respective fields with trophies and certificates. The programme was compered by Ms. Aiswarya S and Ms. Ria Madavi.To wrap up the program Mr. Rajat Kushwaha proposed the vote of thanks, expressing his gratitude towards the Director, Principal, all the teachers and the students in making the event a grand success. The coordinators of the programme were Dr. Diwakar Singh and Mrs. Jaya Saini.ing the event a grand success. The coordinators of the programme were Dr. Diwakar Singh and Mrs. Jaya Saini.
Christ College organized Talent Hunt on 15th October 2020, on the occasion of World Students Day. Talent Hunt is a series of competitions open to all students of Christ College. Due to COVID-19 Pandemic, Talent Hunt was held online. More than 30 students of the college participated in various competitions of singing, dancing, drawing, mono acting etc. In Solo Dance competition, the First position was bagged by Ms. Nandita Prajapati (B.Com. I Year), Second position by Ms. Anjali Beck (B.A. I Year), Third position by Ms. Anjula Kerketta (B.Ed. II Year) and the consolation prizes Ms. Alpana Minj (B.Com. II Year) and Ms. Pooja Jain (B.Ed. II Year). In Solo Song competition, First position was bagged by Ms. Ritika Shinde (B.Com. II Year), Second position by Ms. Dominica Kullu (B.A. II Year), Third position by Ms. Anjulla Kerketta (B.A. I Year) and the consolation prize won by Ms. Diwyani Gohe (M.Ed.I Year). In Drawing competition, the First position was shared by Ms. Angel Rajan( B.Ed. II Year) and Ms. Celine Mary Kujur (B.Com. I Year), Second position was won by Ms. Shrishti Lata Minj (B.Com. II Year), Third position by Ms.Raziya Shaikh (B.Com. II Year) and Consolation prize went to Ms. Lairee Lakra (B.Com. II Year). The objective of the hunt was to discover the hidden talent of the students and also to give them a platform to showcase their talent. The coordinator of the program was Ms. Jaya Saini, Assistant Professor.