In an era of information explosion and excessive dependence on the internet, young minds racing to make the cut find themselves taking a detour and consequently failing to make it to the finish line.
However, Sedes Minerva, the Quiz Club at Christ Junior College functions as a navigator and encourages students to achieve academic excellence and increase their awareness of the world around them with the right sense of direction. Apart from significantly expanding one’s breadth of knowledge and contributing to one’s intellectual growth, both in specific and general areas, the quizzes offered here are designed to be fun to participate in, and aim to provoke discussion, team spirit and healthy debate amongst participants.
This year Sedes Minerva declared the forum open to student participation by organizing its first quiz session on the 28th of May, 2016 on the theme ‘Automobile.’ The Club received an overwhelming response from students both girls and boys alike who were extremely keen and enthusiastic to participate in this quiz contest. The place buzzed with sounds of youthful cheer making that Saturday hour joyous and worthwhile. The club’s activities have begun with great fervor and zeal. Much awaits those who wish to hone their intellectual abilities or interpersonal skills. If you too are one of those who desires the same, Sedes Minerva is your place to be.
–Atul Rokkam, student representative, Sedes Minerva
The lecture contests organised by Science Forum culminated with the finals of the biology lecture contest that was conducted on 10th August 2016. The results are as follows:
1st place : Lydia 16p0317 (1 PCMB C )
2nd place : Rumana 15p0681 ( 2PCMB E)
3rd place : Meghana L 15p0239 ( 2PCMB B)
Congratulations to all the winners!!
– Navya (2 PCME I )
Science Forum conducted “MIND CHOW ” , the science quiz on 5th August 2016 . The event received great response with about 50+ teams who took part , each team comprising of 3 members each .
The results are as follows :
- Satyam Raj 15p1083 ( 2 PCME H)
- Atul Rokkam 15p1054 ( 2 PCME H)
- Dev Mishra 15p1056 (2 PCME H)
- Girish Narayan 16p0908 (1 PCMB G)
- Abdul Kareem Khan 16p0901 (1 PCMB G)
- Shaik Noor 16p0926 (1 PCMB G)
- Pranav M P 16p1140 (1PCME H)
- Akash Kumar 16p1062 (1PCME H)
- Vishnu S Reddy 16p1121 (1PCME H )
Congratulations to all the winners !!!
– Navya T ( 2 PCME I )
Science Forum congratulates the following students for having secured the top three positions in the electronics lecture contest finals that was held on 5th August 2016 . The results are as follows :
Vijay Sukhija – 15p1087 ( 2 PCME H)
Sebastien -15p0630 (2 PCMB E)
Karthikeya S Udupa – 16p1289 (1 PCME I)
We also congratulate the following students for bagging the top three spots in the computer science lecture contest finals that was held on the same day . The results are as follows :
Chadalavada Sri Harsha – 15p1089 (2 PCME H)
Gurudutt S – 16p1288 ( 1 PCME I)
Harshitha G – 15p1294 (2 PCME I)
Harshita – 15p1215 (2 PCME I )
-Navya T (2 PCME I )
Pierian Spring is hosting a Story Narration Competition this Friday.
Be prepared to weave your tales in the most enchanting of words for you will be given a phrase around which your story is to be spun!
Venue: Room 117
Looking forward to seeing you there. I hope to witness your creativity first- hand🙂
-Sanjana N, Student representative, Pierian Spring
A hearty congratulations to the following students for bagging the top three spots in the mathematics lecture contest finals that was organised by science forum on 28th July 2016.
- Tejaswini S – 15p1069 (2 PCME ‘H’)
- Shreyas Anand – 16p1054 (1 PCME ‘H’)
- Tejas K V – 15p0636 ( 2 PCMB ‘E’)
Congratulations to all the winners !!
Navya T (2PCME H)
Scientists at the Korean Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, have created the world ‘ s first transparent computer chip .
This chip is known as Transparent Resistive Random Access Memory (TRRAM) . It is something similar to the existing chips known as Metaloxide Semiconductor Memory ( CMO ‘s).
The difference is that TRRAM is completely clear and transparent but What is the benefit of having transparency ?
Answer to this is that ‘ it is a new milestone of transparent electronic system ‘. By integrating TRRAM with other transparent electronic components, we can create a total see through embedded electronic systems .
The technology will scale to such a great height that it can enable the windows and mirrors in you house to be used as computers , monitors and television screen.
This technology is likely expected to come to our expose within 3 to 4 years…
– Navya Shree K ( 2 PCME H )