Monthly Archives: July 2014


We think that everything in the world of science is advantageous to us but have you ever wondered how rockets could be disadvantageous? The government spends huge amount of money on sending satellites into space which may or may not … Continue reading

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And, That was the End of the Beginning!

There is something undeniably nostalgic about the past few weeks at Christ Junior College. The X!TE week is done and it dawns upon us, the SWO student coordinators. that that was our last ever X!TE week.¬†A week of hard work … Continue reading

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Welcome to PUC CSA Volunteers!

The briefing for the 1st PUC students who wished to be a part of CSA was done a few weeks ago.There was a large group and all of us were very excited and glad to see so many interested individuals … Continue reading

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Aloysius Gonzanga was born on March 9, 1568. He was an Italian aristocrat who joined the Society of Jesus. Gonzanga was born the eldest of seven children at his family castle in Castiglione delle Stiviere, between Brescia and Mantova in … Continue reading

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Leadership Training Program is the best thing that has happened in my life so far. The program started at 1:30 on 12th July 2014 with a small prayer. We were divided into 6 groups. There was an ice breaking session … Continue reading

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Sedes Minerva – An overview

“You can tell whether a man is clever by his answers. You can tell whether a man is wise by his questions.” ~Naguib Mahfouz, Egyptian novelist Challenge, thinking and fun and the first thing that comes to your mind would … Continue reading

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IPL and Elections 2014 Quiz

Sedes¬†Minerva recently conducted an IPL and Elections 2014 quiz for the students of 2nd PU. Since the Indian Premier League and the General elections 2014 concluded recently, students were quizzed on the history and various facts about both events. The … Continue reading

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