Monthly Archives: December 2010

Christmas is Here

Christmas is one of the best times of the year. Santa Claus, glittering stars, cribs, sumptuous cakes and decked up trees give the air a festive taste. Its a time of giving and sharing. We buy presents for our near … Continue reading

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All is well that ends well!

Colossus, on 3rd December rolled up its activities for the year 2010-2011. The Valedictory function was a grand event that recognized and appreciated the efforts, talent and success of the deserving students. A dance invoking the blessings of the Almighty … Continue reading

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Astronomy Festival @ JNP, Bangalore

Astronomy festival is being conducted in Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium. This festival of Astronomy commenced on the 26th of November, 2010 and will continue till the 5th of December, 2010. Science Forum has organized a trip to this amazing and exciting … Continue reading

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PRERANA’S VALEDICTORY FUNCTION

We invite everyone to the valedictory function of the Prerana club. Mr. Srinarayan Singh, the Joint Director, Central Translation Bureau will be the Chief Guest. WELCOME EVERYONE….. Swarna Sathya, Student Representative, Prerana

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A PANEL DISCUSSION!!!

Prerana, the language club of CJC, cordially invites everyone to a panel discussion with a poet, Mr. Nanjunda Swamy (IPS). He is going to discuss about “kavi kaavya sahrudaya”. We will be waiting to see you all on 03/12/2010 at … Continue reading

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REPORT ON COSMOS

Christ Junior College has been celebrating this academic year as the Year of Biodiversity and our mega science fest Cosmos was a unique opportunity for young minds to understand the vital role that biodiversity plays in sustaining life on earth. … Continue reading

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PROJECT TIGER IN INDIA

PROJECT TIGER IN INDIA India contains 60% of the world’s tigers; as recently as 1970 it was still legal to hunt them and to export skins. During the 1950s and early 1960s it is recorded that more than 3,000 tigers … Continue reading

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