Tuesday, 10 March 2020

Report on Rural Exposure Visit Organised by Department of Physics and Electronics




A rural exposure programme to Gumlapur in Kolar district was organized by the department on 4 February 2020 to provide an opportunity for the students to get exposed to the rural environment and also gain practical skills.
Objectives of the programme:
·         To conduct an observational assessment of how the rural government high schools are up to their standard of education. 
·         To interact with students of the government high school in Gumlapura village.
·         To create awareness about various issues like renewable sources of energy, deforestation, health and hygiene, Swach Bharath, need and scope for higher education.
Methodology adopted:
·         Charts on various related topics
·         Static models
·         Educative games
·         Distribution of books and other stationary items
·         Plantation for environmental restoration awareness
The activities were conducted by the II year MSc students in the Govt. High School, Gumlapura, Mulbagal Taluk, Kolar district. The class of 52 was divided into four different teams to look after different aspects of the trip. Namely, awareness about solar, wind and bio-mass energy, scope & aspects of higher education, importance of health, hygiene and sanitation, deforestation, rainwater harvesting. All the activities were monitored and guided by the faculty members of the department, Dr. K T Paul, Dr. Ashoka N V, Dr. Manoj B, Dr. Christie, Dr. Pinkie. The students enjoyed by interacting with students in the school and motivated them to continue their education and achieve their goals.
It was a fruitful visit and it also gave a satisfaction to the students for being a part of village community especially the school children. The team wishes to thank the management for providing such an opportunity to experience the village life and develop the feeling of responsibility in contributing to the rural society.

Wednesday, 4 March 2020

Report on Student Participation in Science Exhibition 2020 Organised by Department of Physics and Electronics


The School of Sciences had organized a Science Exhibition as a part of National day celebrations, on 28 February 2020 in the pathway of Bangalore central Campus. The students from our department actively participated in the event.
There were three categories of teams participated from the Department of Physics and Electronics, namely UG1, UG2 and PG teams. A total of 22 teams exhibited their science and technology based working projects during the exhibition. The Dean of Science, Dr. George Thomas, Head of the Department Dr. K T Paul, Head (Electronics), Prof. Benny Sebastian and all the faculty members of the department visited the stalls and interacted with the students. The stalls attracted visitors from other classes and deaneries. It was a successful event as the students explained the principle and applications of their models and circuits and enjoyed being participants of the event.
The judges for the event were the lecturers from Christ Junior College, Mr. Arvind and Mr. Satish, who went through all the projects of the department and gave the final results. The prize distribution ceremony for the same was held on Monday, 2 March in the room no. 101, block1. Dr. K T Paul, Head of the department distributed the prizes to the students and encouraged them.
Prof. Mukund N Naragund coordinated the activities of all the teams for the science exhibition 2020 with the support from other faculty members. The department wishes to thank the management and School of Sciences and Dean for providing an opportunity for the students to showcase their innovative ideas and projects.





REPORT ON EXTENSION ACTIVITY UNDER ON “MAPS - SAVE ARCTIC” IN EAST WEST SCHOOL BY THE DEPT OF LIFE SCIENCES IN COLLABORATION WITH PARVATI.ORG ON SEPTEMBER 7, 2019

The Department of Life Sciences had organized an extension activity in East West School on “MAPS- Save Arctic”. The talk was given by Pavan Rao, final year BSc BCZ student under the guidance of Dr Suma S, Associate Professor, Dept of Life Sciences in collaboration with a Canadian NGO Parvati.org on 7 September 2019. The intention was to spread the message on the urgent need to protect the Arctic region from commercialization as it has terrible consequences on climate change.


Sunday, 1 March 2020

Report on the Felicitation Ceremony of First Student Stem Cell Donor

The Department of Life Sciences had organized a felicitation ceremony on Feb 11, 2020 in the KE Auditorium, Block IV, Central Campus, for the first student stem cell donor from India, Mr Suresh Varma, from the SCRI registry developed during the Stem Cell Registry Drive organized last year in CHRIST University, Central Campus under the guidance of Dr Suma S, Associate Professor, Dept of Life Sciences in collaboration with an NGO, DKMS, Germany and BMST, Bangalore.  Suresh Varma is a second year undergraduate student of BCom F in CHRIST (Deemed to be University).  He willingly donated his blood stem cells when it came a match for a patient who needed stem cells for the treatment. Stem cells are generally matched by HLA typing and only if the correct match is obtained, they can be received by cancer. patients.  The department of Life Sciences felicitated Mr Suresh Varma with a cash prize for hisaThe Department of Life Sciences had organized a felicitation ceremony on Feb 11, 2020 in the KE Auditorium, Block IV, Central Campus, for the first student stem cell donor from India, Mr Suresh Varma, from the SCRI registry developed during the Stem Cell Registry Drive organized last year in CHRIST University, Central Campus under the guidance of Dr Suma S, Associate Professor, Dept of Life Sciences in collaboration with an NGO, DKMS, Germany and BMST, Bangalore.  Suresh Varma is a second year undergraduate student of BCom F in CHRIST (Deemed to be University).  He willingly donated his blood stem cells when it came a match for a patient who needed stem cells for the treatment. Stem cells are generally matched by HLA typing and only if the correct match is obtained, they can be received by cancer. patients.  The department of Life Sciences felicitated Mr Suresh Varma with a cash prize for his noble and selfless service for the suffering mankind.  noble and selfless service for the suffering mankind. 


Report on Life Science Alumni Meet, January 26, 2020

The Alumni Meet of the department of Life Sciences of CHRIST (Deemed to be University) was conducted at 2.30 PM on January 26, 2020 in Zoology Lab, Block I of Central Campus. The event in charge was Dr Ganesh. S. About 35 alumni came for the program. There was cake cutting followed by interaction of the alumni with teachers and among themselves.  The event went up to 5pm. The faculty and alumni had a photo session before dispersing.

Report on “i2R”, an awareness campaign 2022

The II year BSc (PME and CME) students had organized an Awareness Campaign “i2R”, under the guidance of faculty members from the Department ...