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Annual Prize Distribution & Launching of the new Website @ Darshan College
“Goals are dreams with deadlines, so work hard in silence. Let your success be your noise”. As the quote goes, the Proud Darshanites who had created an indelible impression in various facets such as academics, Sports, Cultural events, Inter-Collegiate Competitions, NSS secured laurels from the dignitaries namely the Honourable Registrar of Bangalore University- Prof. Dr. Shivaraju C, Dr. Basavaiah, Honourable Physical Education Director, GFGC Yediyur, Rev.Fr. Nitin D’Souza, Provincial Secretary and Administrator, St. Bonaventure Province, Maharashtra. Asst. Professor Basanthi Goswamy R L was awarded as the Teacher of the Year, Kevin Amal and Nishanka were awarded as the Outstanding Students of the year and Harish Kumar of VI Sem BBA was awarded as Sportsman of the Year. The new college website www.stanthonyscollege.edu.in was launched on this occasion. Victory is not a sign that you never failed but that you persevered and never quitted.
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‘Business Quiz -2018’ @ Darshan College
‘You earn your trophies at practice, you pick them up at competitions’. A quiz competition is a form of game or mind-sport that tests one’s knowledge about a certain subject and promotes growth in knowledge, abilities and skills. To encourage this competitive spirit and enthusiasm for lifelong learning, Darshan Degree College organized ‘Business Quiz-2018’. Prior to the final, preliminary rounds were held and it witnessed a massive turn out with 52 teams taking part in it. Out of them, only six best teams were chosen for the final round. The questions ranged from wide categories such as logos, taglines, business vocabulary and recognizing the influential personalities from business and governance. Kevin Amal and Harish from final BBA topped the points table and were adjudged Champions of ‘Business Quiz - 2018’. Jayamahadeva Swamy, Asst. Prof. from the department of English was the quiz master and made the event lively and informative with interesting questions and facts.
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Industrial Visit to Karnataka Silks & Soaps by Darshan College, Kengeri, Bangalore.
“To acquire knowledge, one must study and to acquire wisdom one must observe.” In order to bridge the gap between knowing the concepts and understanding them, Darshanites marched off to an Industrial Visit to gain practical know-how and exposure, to two Manufacturing blocks - Karnataka Silks Industries Corporation Limited(KSICL) and Karnataka Soaps and Detergents Limited(KSDL) located at the cultural capital of Karnataka and also the City of Palaces-Mysore. The Students acquired ample and abundant knowledge on the various procedures involved in transformation of silkworms to the elegant silk sarees and also conversion of Sandalwood into various fragrant and aromatic products. It is rightly said that ‘observe & understand’ is better than ‘read & learn’ and for this reason it is a must to have concrete experience and exposure, reflective observation, abstract conceptualization and active experimentation.
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Dance Competition @ Darshan College, Kengeri, Bangalore.
‘Dancers are the Athletes of God’, says the great Physicist of all times Albert Einstein. Dance is the Hidden language of the body and soul. With the aim of honing the dancing skills of the Students, an Intra-College Dance Competition was organized by our Institution. The vivacious dancers set the floor on fire with their energetic performances, Artistic props, dashing costumes, sprightly moves and oodles of energy. The fun filled extravaganza offered feast to the eyes of the audience. The Spectators witnessed the enthusiasm and energy of the young Darshanites as they enthralled everyone with their performances. The adjudicators, Ms. Felina Lobo and Mrs. Geetha Chandrashekhar highly complimented and adored the efforts put in by all the teams. This event proved that nothing can deter their spirit to Dance, for it is a passion to be expressed and not just an art to impress!
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Debate Competition @ Darshan College, Kengeri, Bangalore.
“For good ideas and true innovation, you need human interaction, conflict, argument, debate”. With this objective in mind, Darshan College organized a debate competition on the following two topics – ‘Will Cashless Economy Survive in Indian Context’ and ‘Has the usage of Cell phones at workplace affecting the performance of the employees’. The Students strongly voiced out their stance either ‘for’ or ‘against’ being rational at the same time critical. Prof. Jayamahadeva Swamy moderated the sessions with great discretion. Mrs. Josheela D Souza, Associate Manager, Deutsche Bank and Mrs. Priyadarshini V, Assistant Manager, Accenture, adjudged the various views presented by the students and declared the winners based on the thought provoking points, facts and figures gathered and their involvement in the debate. It was indeed a meaningful, enriching debate, as in the words of Joseph Joubert “It is better to debate a question without settling it, than to settle a question without debating it”!
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Bangalore University Inter-Collegiate Kho-Kho Competition @ Darshan College, Kengeri, Bangalore.
‘Victory is in the quality of the competition and not the final score’. Under the able leadership and guidance of Mr. Srinidhi Siddartha, Physical Education Director of Darshan College, the inter-collegiate Kho-Kho competition of Bangalore University was held in Darshan College Grounds. The event was for two days with 17 teams participating with great laudable sportsmanship spirit. The honorable BJP President of Yeshwanthpur Constituency-Mr. Maare Gowda, Mr. Satya Narayana-Kengeri Corporator, Dr. Srinivas R.-NSS Co-Ordinator Bangalore University, and Mrs. Prema, the known women social worker were the esteemed guests for the Inauguration. The Kho-Kho Players of Government First Grade College, Thymagondlu were declared as the champions and the Government First Grade College, Malleshwaram bagged the second place. For the valedictory function the Congress women leader and prominent social worker Dr. Anumpama Panchakshari, graced the occasion and announced the cash prize to the winners and runners-up. Indeed, the event ascertained that talent wins games but teamwork and intelligence wins Championships.
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Product Launch @ Darshan College
In the words of Steve Jobs, “Innovation distinguishes between a leader and a follower”. With the spirit of developing cognition in product innovation and technological leadership, Darshanites were passionate depicting their originality and creativity under the title of Product Launch. Since this is the technology driven era, the Participants focused on innovation of the products with latest technology as it is the specific instrument of entrepreneurship. Various products were introduced and launched to meet the necessities of the people with a touch of simplicity, technology, novelty, and yet economical. Mr. Prasanna Kumara K., Assistant Professor at SET, and Mr. Gangaraja, Assistant Professor at SET, evaluated the event. Product launch is not about ideas but it is about making ideas happen was the formula of the day.
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“Entrepreneur in You” a Management Development Seminar @ Darshan College, Kengeri, Bangalore.
“Opportunists seek for chance. Entrepreneurs make new chances.” With this firm Entrepreneurial mindset, Darshan College in collaboration with Primax Foundation organized the Management Development Programme on ‘Entrepreneur in You’. The program was intended to empower the aspiring minds how to pivot concepts and ideas into great money spinners. Rev. Dr. Fr. Alwyn Dias expressed his views and inspired all the participants to become entrepreneurs by taking risks, accepting the changes as they arrive but not to resist the changes. The Guests of honour were Dr. Sudhir Sharan, Dean and Professor, Ramaiah Institute of Management Studies; Prof. Rajeshwari T, Honourable President of Primax Foundation along with Dr. K V Ramanathan, Vice-President, Primax Foundation, Bangalore. The Resource Person of the day was Dr. K. Jayaraman, Professor, Taylor’s Business School (TBS), Taylor’s University, Malaysia, motivated the students: “Each and every person is acquainted with business knowledge. Only People who sweat and have Business Blood within them can be the Entrepreneurs.” Dr. B.N Srinivasa Rao Maney, Principal & Associate Professor, B.N.M Degree College was present for the Valedictory function. Embrace the inner entrepreneur in you and give it your best was the slogan of the day.
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Darshan College NSS Unit Camp @ Karubele
“Tell me and I’ll forget; show me and I’ll remember; involve me and I’ll learn” inspired by these words and in accordance to the motto of National Service Scheme (NSS) “Not Me But You”, the Darshanites volunteered themselves to camp at Karubele Village. The camp was inaugurated by Prof. Dr. R Srinivas, the NSS Co-ordinator of Bangalore University, in the presence of the Chief Guest Sri. Srinivas Murthy, President of Vijayalakshmi Girls Hostel, Karubele, Rev. Dr. Fr. Alwyn Dias, the Director, Rev. Fr. George Monis, the Principal, Rev. Fr. Joy D’ Souza, Science Coordinator, Prof. Dr. Manjula, the NSS Coordinator, Prof. Divyashree, the Camp Organizer. Fifty NSS volunteers participated to deepen the spirit of other-orientedness. NSS Students visited houses to create an awareness on various aspects like: Spread of Dengue and Preventive Measures, Health and hygiene, Reducing the usage of Plastic. A “real life” was made visible to them through: ‘Shramadan’. The Students along with the Professors resided in the village for 5 days. During the valedictory programme Dr. Sathish Prasad awarded the students and appreciated their service. The whole purpose of education is to turn mirrors into windows – this is what the program was all about.
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PU Day Celebration @ St. Anthony’s PU College, Kengeri, Bangalore.
‘Wherever you go, go with all your heart’. A day was set apart to look back and be grateful; to look ahead and be hopeful; and embrace the present with greater enthusiasm. It was not a day to bid farewell but to cherish all the beautiful memories shared together in this abode of knowledge; it was not a ‘goodbye’ but ‘see you soon’. The I PU students organized a variety of cultural programs and games for the Seniors and the II PU pupil shared a part of their wonderful reminiscence from among the vast substantial experience in the campus. There was a thrill and joyous outburst as the medals were presented to the winners of various activities and events held in the Academic Year 2017-2018. ‘God be with you till we meet again, May God guide, uphold you! May you carry the flame of love and wisdom wherever you are, keep it burning all along…’ was our prayer and wishes for the Seniors!
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Annual Athletic Meet @ Darshan College, Kengeri, Bangalore.
“Sports teaches you character; it teaches you to know what it feels like to win and lose; it teaches you about life.” To give a push to the inherent talent in sports Darshan College organized a week of inter-class competitions for boys and girls. After manoeuvring the team spirit among students, a day was dedicated to excel and exhibit their athletic spirit. Mr. A C Venkatesh, Secretary, JDS, Bengaluru Division was the Chief Guest and Mr. Gopal Krishna, International Kabaddi Player was the Guest of Honour. Sports makes one physically stronger, emotionally mature, mentally determined, so let sports always be a part of your life was the call of the Chief Guest. Students with bubbling spirit of sportsmanship participated in many sport events and the echo of the same resonated in the college campus. The Mantra of the day was ‘Winning is not everything, but making effort to win is’!
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Mad-Ads Competition @ Darshan College, Kengeri, Bangalore.
“Good advertising does not just circulate information but it penetrates the human mind with desires and belief.” Advertisements are commercials that are designed to get the attention of the consumers. AD MAD Show is an ‘Advertisement Making Competition’ for students to showcase their creativity in Marketing products and services. It comprises of humorous and conceptual ad presentation by the students. The teams participated were given a time frame to showcase their talent. The Event was judged by Mr. Chandrashekar, HR Manager of Information Technology Arena and Mrs. Shylaja L, Manager of Operations, in Informatics India Limited, Bangalore. The performance was evaluated based on the criteria of creativity, presentation, advertisement and co-ordination. The Students of BBA, BCOM and BCA participated enthusiastically exhibiting their creative spirit. Besides showing Ads with social message it was a good confidence building exercise.
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Congratulations -Toutes nos Félicitations : Rev. Dr. Fr. Alwyn Dias
“When you are good at something you will tell everyone but when you are great at something they will tell you.” It was a moment of great joy and happiness as Rev. Fr. Alwyn Dias earned the Ph.D degree from the Universitas Catholica Parisiensis, Paris, France and Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium. The Management, Staff and Students of St. Anthony’s Institutions were proud and privileged to felicitate its Director Rev. Dr. Fr. Alwyn Dias on achieving this great feat. The Laureate spoke of the path that involved struggles and sacrifices to reach the summit of achievement. He further encouraged everyone gathered to pursue the goal even when the going gets tougher. Achievement is connected with action, discipline, dedication and determination, he said. He motivated the gathering: “keep the flame burning, don’t loose heart, don’t quit the battle of life.”! Bravo Dr. Father!
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Christmas Celebration @ St. Anthony’s PU & Darshan College.
The Star of Bethlehem shines even today, it helps us to walk together on the right path of fraternity and of solidarity. The Christmas Celebration at the College brought together one and all as brothers and sisters to spread the good news of peace, love and harmony. Spirit of Christmas reminded everyone that we should not be blinded by hatred, violence and injustice. The Christ-event was enacted through music, carols, dance and tableau which gave an expression to the human values of caring, sharing and spreading the goodness and kindness. The Chief Guest Rev. Fr. Henry D’Souza, The Director of Shanti Sadhana, Franciscan Institute of Spirituality, India, shared an inspiring Christmas message. As God the Father gave his only son to the humanity so also we are called to give ourselves to each other. Giving gifts is an easy task, but giving oneself to the other needs great sacrifice. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year 2018!
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Battle of brains @ St. Anthony’s PU College, Kengeri, Bangalore.
“The Pursuit of Knowledge is never ending. The day you stop seeking knowledge is the day you stop growing.” With a specific intent to better the minds of the Students with General Knowledge, St. Anthony’s Management organised Quiz competition. The response was so immense that 73 teams of two each enrolled their names. After two prelims, six teams were chosen for the finals. In a nail-biting contest Ms. Syeda Gazala and Ms. Mahalakshmi N drifted to the top of the score-board. The questions were so framed that it kept even the audience drill their minds for answers. For about more than two hours all were on their toes to see who would give the right answers. It confirmed the fact that Curiosity and Knowledge grow together; the more we know, the more we want to know.
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Dancing feet competition @ St. Anthony’s PU College, Kengeri, Bangalore.
“Dance is the music made visible; It is the poetry of the feet.” The talent of dancing is one of the best expressions that gives relief to oneself and others. A stage was set up to bring together the dancing feet hidden in the Anthonians. As many as ten groups took part in the competition. Ms. Nagashree M, a Professional Dancer and Choreographer along with Rev. Fr. Michael Menezes, OFM Cap., adjudged the performances of the students. Dancing should not just be an activity of leisure but a passion of life, was a call given by the Judges. Music gives expression to thoughts and feelings, and dance gives expression to music. Therefore, let us read and let us dance, these two amusements will never do any harm to the world.
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Annual Athletic Meet @ St. Anthony’s PU College, Kengeri, Bangalore.
“Sports do not build the Character but they reveal it.” To give a push to the inherent talent in sports St. Anthony’s PU College organized a week of inter-class competitions in Volleyball, Kabaddi, Cricket, Kho-Kho, Chess for boys and Throw-ball, badminton, Kho-Kho for girls. After manoeuvring the team spirit among students, a day was dedicated to excel and exhibit their athletic spirit. Mr. Rajath Kankar, General Secretary Karnataka State Pickle Ball and Leg Cricket Association was the Chief Guest. The President of “Ensemble Agissons-France” Mr. Daniel Helbert and Mrs. Bernadette Le Guil who partner the Vimukti-Potnal, Capuchin’s Social Action venture were the Guests of honour along with Rev. Fr. Arun Lobo, the Director of Vimukti-Chikodi. Mesmerising music of the New College Band, the colourful and orderly parade and march-past by the students added glimmer to the celebration. Students with bubbling sportsmanship participated in many sport events and the echo of the same resonated in the college campus. The Mantra of the day was ‘Winning is not everything, but making effort to win is’!
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Eloquence Competition: “Impact of Internet” @ St. Anthony’s PU College, Kengeri, Bangalore
“There is nothing like Oratory, it is a skill that can turn a commoner into a King.” In order to give a boost to the inherent potentiality of the Students in public speaking College provided a platform by means of Eloquence competition. As many as 24 and 23 students stepped forward to exhibit their skill in oracy in English and Kannada languages respectively. Prof. Jayamahadeva Swamy and Rev. Fr. Joy D’ Souza along with Prof. Ambarish and Prof. Ayyappa, Kannada Lecturer BBMP College formed the Jury. The participants with radiating confidence and indomitable courage voiced out their views on “The Impact of Internet on the Students.” The jury members appreciated the participants and encouraged others to make the best out of the opportunities given. The world today believes that if you can speak, you can influence; if you can influence, you can change lives; if you change lives, you can change the nation and the world!
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“Campus to Corporate” Industrial Visit by the Students of Darshan College, Kengeri, Bangalore.
“To acquire knowledge, one must study; to acquire wisdom, one must observe.” It is rightly said that ‘observe & understand’ is better than ‘read & learn’. In this pursuit, Darshan College with the collaboration of Primax Foundation organized a day’s Industrial Visit to Coca Cola Beverages, Bidadi; Britannia Pvt. Ltd., Bidadi and the Deccan Herald Printing Press, Kumbalagudu. Students were amazed at the speed at which the process occurred and how the automated systems could be set according to requirements of the company without involving much human intervention. The students were briefed about the journalistic experiences and how a ‘journalist must be ready to fire a bullet and receive a bullet’. The visit was a success as the students were enlightened and gained practical exposure about the particularities of the Food and Beverages as well as Print World uncovered and unleashed.
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Kannada Rajyotsava Celebration @ St. Anthony’s PU College, Kengeri, Bangalore.
ಕನ್ನಡ ಎನೆ ಕುಣಿದಾಡುವುದೆನ್ನೆದೆ ಕನ್ನಡ ಎನೆ ಕಿವಿ ನಿಮಿರುವುದು, with this burning spirit and zeal the St. Anthony’s PU College celebrated 62nd Kannada Rajyotsava. The Chief Guest for the occasion was an eminent Kannada Poet Professor Dr. T. Yallappa, Government First Grade College, K. R. Puram. Gracing the event by lighting the lamp, respected Chief Guest, hailed the contribution of Christian missionaries towards Kannada. Kannada is not just a language to be learnt, but a culture, a tradition of the people of Karnataka to be inherited by everyone who lives within its wide embrace. Celebration of Kannada should not be limited to one day in a year but every moment in the life of a Kannadiga. We should be proud about our rich heritage and not be ashamed of it, striving to keep it alive to the future generations was his call for all. Students put their steps together for dance and other cultural programs. Pretty little angels from ‘Sparsha’, a home for all, joined the College Students to express their love towards Kannada. Prof. Manjula, Prof. Ambarish and Prof. Bharati organised the event. All were convinced of the fact, ಎಲ್ಲಾದರು ಇರು ಎಂತಾದರು ಇರು ಎಂದೆಂದಿಗೂ ನೀ ಕನ್ನಡವಾಗಿರು.
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Flowers & Bouquet Competition @ St. Anthony’s PU College, Kengeri, Bangalore.
“Flowers are the music of the ground, from earth’s lips spoken without sound”. Flowers have got a magical talent to convert an ordinary place into a beautiful palace. In order to enhance the attitude of appreciating the beauty of flowers among students, the Management of St. Anthony’s PU College organised, flower arranging competition. The participants brought a variety of colourful and magnificent flowers, and bedecked them in attractive and awe-inspiring order. Rev. Fr. Albert Lewis, the Dean of Studies at Darshan Institute of Theology and Mrs. Carmel Rani adjudged the best flower arrangement among all the splendid display. The creative arrangement of flowers struck the aesthetic eyes of the jury and gained their praise. May every Student be like a flower that is unique, has its own splendid fragrance and beauty to share with the world around!
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Cookery Competition : “La cuisine” @ St. Anthony’s PU & Darshan College, Kengeri, Bangalore.
“The greatest wealth is Health.” This is due to the reason that every time we consume food, we are either feeding disease or fighting it. In this regard, Our Anthonian and Darshanite Chefs thought like Scientists, organized like the Accountants, plated like the Artists and cooked like Grandmas - a variety of cuisines which were organic and had contributed to bring some kind of food revolution in this fast food era. 27 teams from PU Section and 25 teams from Degree Section took part in the competition. The four versatile and expert Jury members Mrs. Jasmine D’ Souza and Mr. Joseph D’ Souza for 25 teams of Degree section and Prof. Yogananda of GSG College, Ramanagar and Mrs. Shantala for 27 teams of PU students, adjudicated the recipes made by the participants. The Jury members were very fascinated with the Authenticity and deliciousness of the cuisines. This was the most memorable day as Food was the ingredient that bounded us together. May the passion for cooking increase as it brings taste to tongue, beauty to life and wealth to health!
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Pencil Sketch & Essay Competitions at Darshan College & St. Anthony’s PU College, Kengeri, Bangalore.
“Art enables us to find ourselves and to lose ourselves at the same time.” In this regard, the Pencil Sketch Competitions for the PU as well as Degree students were organized. The theme ‘Save Rivers’ inspired the PU Students to act and to give expression through art the plight of our rivers today. For the Degree Students the theme was ‘Historical Monuments’. As our country is endowed with opulent palaces, ancient forts, majestic structures that stand as historical monuments depicting the tales of romance, bravery, strength and battles. Students beautifully and artistically designed on paper the state of the rivers and the beauty of the monuments making the observers see the creative, imaginative and innovative minds hidden behind those arts. The topic for the Essay competition was ‘Impact of Travel and Tourism on Indian Economy’, as India’s travel and tourism sector ranks 7th in the world in terms of its total contribution to the country’s economy. The enthusiasm of the students radiated the social concern and the responsibility towards the nation building!
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Blood Donation Camp @ Darshan College, Kengeri, Bangalore.
“You don’t have to be a doctor to save lives, just donate blood.” With this noble thought NSS unit of Darshan College organized a blood donation camp in partnership with Indian Red Cross Society on 14th October 2017. The objective of the event was to bring in awareness among the students to volunteer and participate in noble causes such as blood donation. The event was coordinated by Prof. Jayamahadeva Swamy M, Prof. Manjula and Prof. Divyashree. Prior to the event, awareness was brought about in and through poster making, slogan writing and placards by voluntary students, along with banners to collaborate with the public for the event. The event witnessed a large number of donors: Director, Principal, Science Co-Ordinator, Faculty members, Administrative Staff, Students, Parents, Neighbors, Rev. Brothers, Rev. Sisters and the alumni of the College. The program concluded with a thank you note by the Director Rev. Fr. Alwyn Dias to all the participating members and the volunteers. The Certificate of Appreciation was presented by the Indian Red Cross Society to the institution. “Give blood, save life”!
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CET, NEET, JEE Mains & Advanced Coaching Classes @ St. Anthony’s PU College, Kengeri, Bangalore.
‘Life isn’t about finding yourself, life is about creating yourself’. The Management and faculty of St. Anthony’s PU College organized a half-day orientation program for the parents and students on the Entrance Exams such as CET, NEET, JEE Mains & Advanced. After the Inauguration, the Resource person Prof. Sarat C. Kumar in his presentation made everyone understand, the necessity, scope, opportunities and pattern of these exams. He also briefed about the course of action envisioned by our Institute. Rev. Fr. Alwyn Dias, the Director motivated the parents with a familial dialogue saying, ‘We all, Parents and the Institute, should leave no stone unturned to bring out the best in our children’. The Parent community appreciated, encouraged the Management and endorsed the plan with an overwhelming response assuring their full support. The Study material for these competitive exams was also distributed to the Students. May our little progress each day add up to a brighter tomorrow!
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Rangoli and Mehendi Competition @ Darshan College, Kengeri, Bangalore.
In the words of Mark Twain, “India is the cradle of human race, the birth place of human speech, the mother of history, the grandmother of legend and the great grandmother of tradition. Our most valuable and most constructive materials in the history of man are treasured up in India only.” In this context, Darshanites competed and witnessed to tradition-upholding competitions - One is Rangoli and the other is Mehendi. Mehendi adorns the Hands and Life takes on a new colour. Rangoli is made to welcome the Almighty to the houses for blessing with good health, wealth, peace and fortune. The Mehendi and Rangoli flair expedition acknowledged an irresistible and awe inspiring response. The enthusiastic participants carved out overwhelmingly inventive designs. Regardless of acquaintance and experience, they festooned, adorned and ornamented their hands with Mehendi designs which assisted them to enhance their confidence in the art. The judges appreciated and cherished the efforts and talent of the participants and wished them good luck for their future endeavours!
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Seminar on Event Management @ Darshan College
“Multilevel multitasking multiplied multiple times is Event Management’. With a view and vision to make the SWOC (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Challenges) in organizing an event, the Management of Darshan College provided the platform to all the Students to attend a Seminar on Event Management on 9th of September 2017. The Resource Person of the day was Mr. Ashok, Renowned Theatre Artist who is popularly known as Jembe Ashok and Madhyam Ashok from R.R. Nagar, Bangalore. He articulated the areas related and facets that have to be considered to make an event successful and appraisable, insisting on identifying and getting familiarized with the trendy and most vital aspects of Event Management. The success of an event does not depend on how many participated in it but in how well it was organized.
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Seminar on Presentation Skills @ Darshan College
‘If you can speak you can influence, if you can influence you can change lives’. To develop the presentation skills among Students, Darshan College organized a seminar on personality development and presentation skills. The event acknowledged the gracious presence of the Resource Person Prof. Naveen Noronha, Professor, Mechanical Engineering, RV College of Engineering, presided by Rev. Fr. George Monis, the Principal, Darshan College and Rev. Fr. Joy Wilson D’Souza, Science Co-ordinator. Prof. Naveen Noronha stressed on the vital aspects and importance of Presentation Skills in the enhancement of the Career Development. He laid down the prevailing ‘pathetic situation of students turning out unemployable even though they are exceptionally qualified’. He explained about the parameters that are to be inculcated and implemented while presenting. Presentation skills do matter, because it will reach the audience before you say anything. All that counts today is your person and your personality!
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Teachers’ Day Celebration @ St. Anthony’s PU & Darshan College, Kengeri, Bangalore.
‘A teacher takes a hand, opens the mind and touches the heart’. With a view to make the day, kept aside to honor the gifted persons who strive every day to make sure that the future is bright for all the students, the proud Anthonians organized a memorable program for all the faculty members. With their enchanting and enthralling songs, mind-blowing and fascinating dance performances and humorous skits and games, the students made all the enseignants to enjoy, relish and feel refreshed. The Director Rev. Fr. Alwyn Dias addressed the students on the vital role played by Teachers in the lives of the students in classrooms and outside. A good teacher not only imparts knowledge but also instills values and principles through one’s life example. Every teacher feels proud of the students when they become responsible and noble citizens. May every effort of every teacher be fruitful in our lives!
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Parents-Teachers Meet @ Darshan College, Kengeri, Bangalore.
“A parent is a teacher at home and a teacher is a parent in College.” With this thought, for better co-ordination and collaboration Darshan College organised Parents-Teachers meet. The representatives lighted the lamp and invoked God’s abundant blessings. The Director, Rev. Fr. Alwyn Dias, addressed the Parent community and stressed on the paramount importance of parent-children bonding with the analogy of head, heart and hands. The resource person of the day Mr. Karthik Raju, Chartered Accountant and Co-ordinator of Pragna Learning Centre, gave an overview about the advantages of taking up competitive exams like CA, CPT, ICWA, IAS, KAS etc. The Principal, Rev.Fr. George Monis, enlightened the parents by laying down certain guidelines which the parents and students must follow in order to achieve the goals and objectives of being here. Prof. Chandrika, the HOD of Management, explained the various courses and its advantages, the availability of different cells and its benefits, possibilities of placements drives and the benefits of value-added courses. The Toppers of VI Sem-Bangalore University were felicitated and two of them Ms. Akshatha J. (92%) and Ms. Namratha E. (79.57%) shared their wonderful experiences and memories of the college, they assured the parents of the best holistic education and environment that which is prevails in the college. Indeed, Darshan College provides roots to grow and wings to fly!
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Mehendi Competition @ St. Anthony’s PU College, Kengeri, Bangalore.
“Beauty attracts the eye, but personality captures the heart” with this in mind St Anthony’s PU College organised Mehendi competition that integrates both beauty and personality, and gives an expression to it in art. The Mehendi talent hunt competition received an overwhelming response. The zealous participants etched out awe inspiring creative designs. Irrespective of exposure and experience, they adorned their hands with Mehendi designs which helped them boost their confidence in the art. The judges appreciated the efforts and talent of the participated students and wished them all the best for their future endeavours. The dormant interest in art was given an opportunity to evolve. May the external art of Mehendi continue to be one of the magnificent reflections of the inner-self!
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Independence Day Celebration @ St. Anthony’s PU & Darshan College, Kengeri, Bangalore.
“He who loves his country best,will strive to make it best.” With burning fire of love for the country and bubbling patriotic spirit the Anthonian family gathered together to pay honour and respect to our Motherland, India. Though in the rainy weather, the countenance of all assembled was bright with enthusiasm to celebrate the 71st Independence day. Rev. Fr. Alwyn Dias, the Director hoisted the National flag, said that we truly honour the sacrifices of our national leaders when we live the values they died for. “Faire memoire” is to keep alive the values of unity, harmony, peace, justice, equality and of fraternity he said. The students gave expression to their nationalistic spirit by means of various performances. Rubiya of I BBA and Shalini of II PUC voiced out the message of the day through their speeches in Hindi and Kannada respectively. The celebration was drawn to a close with the distribution of the sweets presented by our beloved MLA, S. T. Somashekhar. May we think of freedom not as a right to do as we please, but as an opportunity to do what is right and what is good!
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Singing Competition @ Darshan College, Kengeri, Bangalore.
The month of August, resounds and radiates a strong sense of patriotism keeping the memory of the great sacrifices of our national leaders and our elder brothers and sisters. Every patriotic song expresses this theme so vehemently that it calls for unity and harmony among the population. To create this sense of belongingness and oneness of the nation and of the unity in diversity the College organized Patriotic song Singing Competition. The Principal, Rev. Fr. George Monis, warmly welcomed the Chief Guest Mr. Prashanth M Agera, from Kengeri Satellite Town, a renowned personality in the field of Music & Art. The Science Co-ordinator, Rev. Fr. Joy D’ Souza, joined the team to judge the competition. The Duets and the groups recalled the lovely memories of the history of our nation and sang melodiously to the best of their capacities. Mr. Mr. Prashanth M Agera while congratulating the participants said: “Some will win and some will learn but one should not loose heart in competition. Let music be a passion, more than a hobby, for it is the language the heart everyone understands”. May the Spirit of Patriotism grow and find an expression in us by keeping the memory alive!
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Fresher’s Day @ Darshan College, Kengeri, Bangalore
Bonhomie is the key ingredient for success in all our endeavors as it makes everyone feel important and cultivates a sense of belongingness. To sow the seed of this friendliness, happiness, conviviality and belongingness, the senior students organized Fresher’s Day for the new-arrivals. The Chief Guest Prof. Dr. Mahananda B Chittawadagi, Vice-Principal of KLE Nijalingappa College motivated the students with her own personal experience and examples from life: “have bigger dreams, set higher goals, seek something beyond, finally work towards it tirelessly till you achieve & realize it”. The Director, Rev. Fr. Alwyn Dias insisted that every student must look for constant and continuous up-gradation of knowledge, should equip oneself with skills, competence and expertise. The Principal Rev. Fr. George Monis, urged the students not to deviate from one’s vision and focus but persevere on the right path to realize the goals and aims efficiently. The event was further enhanced with various cultural activities and entertaining games for the Freshers. The Senior Students show-cased their talents, gifts and leadership qualities for welcoming the juniors and making them feel at home. Henceforth, all will walk hand in hand as darshanites in the spirit of bonhomie and camaraderie!
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Inauguration of NSS 2017-18 @ Darshan College, Kengeri, Bangalore
“What we do for ourselves dies with us. What we do for others and the world remains immortal.” In line with the inspiration Darshan College strives to inculcate the sense of service in the minds of students through National Service Scheme. The inaugural function of NSS year 2017-18 began by invoking divine blessings and by lighting of the lamp by the dignitaries. NSS Unit of the college presented a comprehensive view of the various activities held in service of humanity in-campus and off-campus. The NSS Regional Director, Dr. Arun Poojar stressed on inculcating the practice of service, contributing towards the personality development and character building in respect of ethics and moral values. The NSS Director for Bangalore University, Dr. Srinivas inspired the student community explaining the vital aspects of NSS and its contribution to the society at large. The honourable Circle Inspector of Jnanabharati, Mr. Krishna, admonished the students on social evils such as crimes, drugs, eve-teasing, cyber crimes which destroy good character and social harmony. With NSS motto “not me, but you” the Darshan students along with other College NSS students took pledge of service to the society and humanity. Symbolically coconut tree was planted, may the services of NSS bear rich harvest!
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First Batch of CA-CPT Students @ Darshan College, Kengeri, Bangalore.
With courage, dedication and determination the first batch of CA-CPT students dared to appear for the exams. They were ably accompanied by Professors: Priyanka, Rashmi and Shramila. The assistance from the Degree Principal Rev. Fr. George, PU Principal Rev. Fr. Roshan, and the remote preparation from the part of the Chartered Accountant Mr. Agnel Pereira, Glen D’souza and Dean Pereira is praiseworthy. Every student made an extra effort to walk an extra mile of their academic life while doing B.Com. Immense gratitude and thanks to the Professors and Chartered Accountants! Felicitations to the future CA’s! Bravo! May you excel and be the best in building the nation!
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ABOUT US :
Darshan College established in the year 2002 and situated along the Mysore Road in Kengeri, promotes higher learning in humanities and strives to create a society where people have actualized most of their human and epistemic potentialities. Darshan College offers Doctoral programmes in philosophy and theology, Bachelor degree in Business Administration and Commerce and other short term courses in areas like human resource development, spirituality and educational counselling, Communication skills. The Mission of Darshan College is succinctly expressed in the motto: jnanenaiva vimukthi: “Indeed Liberation is through enlightenment”.


Message from the Director
Welcome to our college website. I hope you will find it informative and helpful in your search for higher learning. I am delighted that you are eagerly considering studying with us and have taken the initiative to look at what our College can offer you. At the very outset I would say, that as spiritual animators in the society, we Capuchin Fathers care for your well-being. Hence, whatever that makes for the goodness, love and joy of a person, to that we dedicate our lives.Hence, whatever that makes for the goodness, love and joy of a person, to that we dedicate our lives.

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Fr. Joseph Dolphy Pais

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President C E B


Fr. Alwyn John
Dias

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Director


Fr. Roshan Rosario

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Principal (P. U. C.)


Fr. George Monis

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Principal
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Rev. Fr. Joy Wilson D’Souza,

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Science Co-ordinator


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