Monthly Archives: September 2014

Cosmos and Magnachrista

Cosmos, held once in every two years,which always brings out the inner scientist in us is an event where one has ┬áto brainstorm innovative ideas which then have to be researched upon as to how effective these ideas could be … Continue reading

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Thomas Aquinas was born on 28 January, 1225 in Roccasecca, Kingdom of Sicily to Landulf and Theodora. Thomas is honored as a saint by the Catholic Church and is held to be the model teacher for those studying for the … Continue reading

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A consolidated Report on Pierian Spring Activities

Hello Christites, We have had a couple of eventful months with the students of CJC participating in a host of activities and competitions held by Pierian Spring, as well as other institutions outside. Pierian Spring conducted a debate on a … Continue reading

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The PES Experience

It brings me immense pleasure in sharing my experience, being a part of a science feast which happened in PES University dated 23 Aug 2014. This was not only an opportunity to celebrate the wonders of science but also provided … Continue reading

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St. Augustine of Hippo was an early Christian theologian and philosopher whose writings were very influential in western christianity. He was born on 13 November 354 in Thagaste, Numidia. His mother, Monica was a devout Christian and his father Patricius … Continue reading

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Social Responsibility Week

Nathaniel Branden once said that the first step towards change was awareness and the second step was acceptance. World Vision organization in collaboration with CSA aimed at spreading awareness on two most pressing issues in our country: HIV and Hunger. … Continue reading

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