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Clubs & Associations

Talents and capabilities differ and they differ so widely that we need to bring them out to give them the right direction, which we consider, an essential part of the all round formation of our students.

The Philately Association:
Philately association conducted an exhibition on stamps and in order to encourage the hobby of coin collection a new addition of numismatics was made. The association has also had guest lectures on Philately and Numismatics along with visits to the GPO. Mrs. Janet Fernandes is the brain behind the success story of this association.

The Christina Life Community:
Determination and Commitment on the part of Mrs. Manjula, Mrs. Savitha and Bro. Vishal allow students to gain from group building exercises, a day’s retreat at Ashirvad and visits to orphanages and eventide homes. Religious commitment to duty and the forming of a compassionate heart were the results.

National Cadet Corps is a Tri-Services Organization, comprising the Army, Navy and Air Force, engaged in grooming the youth of the country into disciplined and patriotic citizens. The National Cadet Corps in India is a voluntary organization which recruits cadets from high schools, colleges and Universities all over India. The Cadets are given basic military training in small arms and parades.

The School Band and Music Club:
Under the baton of Mr. Doreraj, bandmaster and music instructor, the school band rendered at the Annual Athletic Sports Meet of the school, a delightful experience in music.

The Young Students Movement (YSM):
The young students movement participated in the camps organised by the Christian Workers Centre and in the Cultural activities conducted by St. Peter’s Seminary. They also participated in leadership camps and assisted in the organisation of Christmas programmes under the guidance of Mrs. Reshma Clara D’Souza.

The ECO Club:
Appropriately dubbed ENVI-BEES; 60 club members effectively participated in garbage disposal surveys and drives (in houses, hostels and shops of their neighbourhoods) water monitoring; chain of awareness, workshop on medicinal plants. Eight club members planned and implemented successfully a rain water harvesting project at the school under the guidance of Mrs. Brigit Sudha and Mr. Munishame Gowda.

The Debating Association:
Special training was given to 45 students and periodically monitored by Mrs. Josephine Flora. Each student was able to learn the basics of public speaking, to turn out to be a fearless, competent communicator and orator.

The Science Club:
Science club in the school is a platform for young students to exhibit their talent in model making and to develop a scientific temper. The members participated in various inter school competitions organised by the Department of Public Instruction. Mr. B.K. Jayasimha, Mr. Lokesh and Mrs. Rashmi have been resourceful mentors in their own way to these budding scientists.

The Quiz Club:
Mentored by Mr. Srinivas Prasad, the quiz members got ample opportunities to participate in quiz, on special and general topics, at the interschool competitions like Monsoon Fest.

The Information Technology Club:
Provided opportunities in Web designing, connect your PC, Online quiz, and to learn more about computer hardware. 6 students participated in the ‘Catch Them Young’ contest conducted by Infosys. Mr. Trueman Cardoza G, Mrs. Bernadette Roche get the best of the club members.

The Hindi Chatra Mandal:
headed by Mrs. H.M. Sujatha and Mr. Ashok Patil, the Kannada sangha with Mrs. Elisabeth Jacob and Mr. Eranna as its head, took pains to nurture young talent in story writing, essay writing, debate, recitation, poetics.

The Fine Arts Club:
Inspired by leadership of Mrs. Sagaya Prem Kumari, the club members visited art galleries, art schools, got an exposure to Origami, Paper Cutting, Drawing, Painting, Collage and Rangoli.