To nurture leadership skills in students, at the beginning of every academic year, student leaders are nominated by HODs and class teachers to form Student Government Council. These student leaders are bestowed with designations as president, vice president, cultural secretary, etc. to lead and represent others. Apart from this, there are also different houses and all the students of the college belong to one or the other house. Each house has nominated house captain and vice captain. Investiture ceremony is observed to bestow offices to these nominated leaders. During college programmes all these selected leaders work as a team.
Manav - President
Anusha - Vice President
Christeen Catherine Joseph - Cultural Secretary
Akash Anand Khandari - Cultural Secretary
Usha Rani - Sports Secretary
Prateek - Sports Secretary
Teju - General Secretary
Jamal - General Secretary
Deepanshu - Joint Secretary
Nabil - Joint Secretary
Bhavana Reddy - Joint Secretary
Sushank kumar – Deputy Secretary
Biju Paramasivam – Deputy Secretary
Sindhi Seva Samiti sponsors Sindhi group of Institutions, is
benevolent in extending scholarships to meritorious, sports achievers
and under privileged students annually. Students belonging to these
categories are identified and scholarships disbursed according to the
merit and need. Scholarships will be given for the following
Students belonging to SC/ST Category
Children of Teachers
Children of Defence Personnel
Students belonging to Economically Weaker Section
Sindhi Research cell of the college encourages students to pursue research by taking up minor projects
during vacation. Teachers guide these students in the area of their interest and thus nurture research culture
amongst the students. Financial aid is also extended for data collection and other
expenses incurred in the course of doing research.
Sports is of paramount importance to the students personality development.
It provides plethora of benefits to students; improves quality of life, sharpens mind, etc.
If this is turned into expertise, then it can even lead to avenues for developing a career.
Some of the sports achievers of the college:
Selected for Bangalore University Foot Ball team
and participated in Inter University competition held at V I T University, Vellore
Mr Anil Bahadur
Represented All India University in Taekwondo competition
Indo-Nepal Football championship and 2nd All India National Gold cup- Foot bal
Yonex Sunrise Grand Prix Badminton championship- Vietnam and Indonesia
Soundarya, Kanaka, Suchitra,
International Throw ball championship at Malaysia- I place
Thrishul, Kishan, Akash,
International level Basketball Championship III place- Malaysia
Cultural activities- co-curricular activities complement the curricular activities and groom the students in the art of living and working together. Having this perspective, the college conducts various
cultural activities to unearth the hidden talents in the students.
Annual cultural week is celebrated which embeds various competitions like debate, dance, photography, fashion show,
mehendi, rangoli, best manager, personality test, quiz, etc.
A mega inter-collegiate fest 'Cresindo' is organized every year which invites students across the state and a plethora of exciting events which fetches a hoard of prizes including cash prize is a much talked about event in the state of Karnataka.
Every year around 150 colleges across the state participate and win several prizes.
Students of the college also take part in various inter-collegiate fests organized by
other colleges and bring laurels to the college.
In a bid to promote the hidden talents of the students and to celebrate the zeal of
youth, a two- day Inter college cultural fest Cresindo was organised by Sindhi
college of commerce on 10 th and 11 th of September 2015 in the college campus.
Cresindo-aims at providing a platform to the latent capabilities of students-
encourage in them the spirit of competition and help them achieve excellence in
extra-curricular and co- curricular activities. The inaugural programme
witnessed a plethora of guests:Ms.Pooja Gandhi, a well-known Kannada
celebrity, Mr.Yogesh ( Yogi), yet another popular Kannada star,
ShriPrakashNarang, Chairman, Sindhi college, ShriAvinashKukreja, Secretary,
Sindhi college, Dr.Prakash B Nayak, Principal of Sindhi college of Commerce
and Prof. B Parvathidevi, Vice principal, Prof.Pallavi, Principal Sindhi PU
College, Prof. Shreejit, Vice Principal, Prof Asha,, Academic co-ordinator and
Principal Sindhi Evening PU college, students from across the city, Teaching
and non- teaching fraternity, invitees, sponsors, people from the media and
students of Sindhi college.
The inauguration of the mega event began with the invocation song rendered by
Ms.TriptiHegdeof BBA, followed by lighting of the lamp by the dignitaries.
The people in the audience were excited to behold their favourite actors and
were enthusiastically waiting to listen to them. The formal programme
continued with welcome address delivered by Mr Rahul Bhat, President of
Student Government council. Ms Pooja Gandhi in her address said that she was
excited to be a part of the event and presented a glimpse of her life as a student
who never had an opportunity of experiencing an event of this magnitude. She
later sung and entertained the audience. This was followed by a video being
played which was specially designed by the students of the college to inaugurate
the fest in a creative style. All the guests were honoured and vote of thanks was
proposed by Ms.Vaishnavi, Student fest Coordinator. In a short while,
Mr.Yogesh made his gracious presence and the excitement of the students knew
no bounds. He danced, sang and also addressed the audience and expressed his
gratitude for having invited him for this grand event.
The fest was sponsored by Raj music, Red FM, Lotus mobile, Eastern masala,
the college fever. Com, Olympic sporting Co., Urzza energy drink, Asha
electrical and TV motors.
The fest also saw a row of media personalities interviewing the teachers,
students, visitors, participants regarding the event. As the Day-1 gamut of
events rolled on, with group dance as the first stage event, the response was
alarming with 80 performances for a 4 hour long duration. The first prize was
won by Christ University. The renowned dance masters were invited as judge
for the event. Later the day witnessed an over whelming response with 135
colleges participating in the euphoric extravaganza. The events such as
Potpourri, Rangoli, Collage, creative writing, Duet dance, Mock Stock also saw
a massive response and in Corporate fashion Show, the first place was won by
The Day-II events began with more zeal and enthusiasm as the crowd poured in
as early as 8 a.m. Entrance had to be restricted late in the afternoon as the crowd
was pouring in from all parts of the city and from the outskirts of the city limits
as well. The events such as Solo singing again saw an over whelming response
with 85 colleges as participants and Jain University won first prize. Solo dance
was also won by Jain University and the sponsors Lotus mobile gifted a mobile
for the first prize winner. Many events like Gaming, English debate, Mehendi,
Treasure hunt, quiz, cooking without fire, Product launch witnessed enthusiastic
participation. Fashion show (Cultural) was won by Wo! Fashion Institute and
photography by Presidency College. The overall Championship was bagged by
Jain University. Many events carried cash prizes worth 25000/-.
The highlight of the fabulous event was DJ night where everyone sang and
danced. Thus the highly extra- ordinary annual fest ended on a happy note
wherein Principal and Vice Principal felicitated all the staff members, students
and the cultural committee for the hard work and dedication for making this
mega large scale event a phenomenally successful one.
The main objectives of National Service Scheme (NSS) are:
understand the community in which they work
understand themselves in relation to their community
Identify the needs and problems of the community and involve them in problem-solving
Develop among themselves a sense of social and civic responsibility
Utilise their knowledge in finding practical solutions to individual and community problems
Develop competence required for group-living and sharing of responsibilities
Gain skills in mobilising community participation
Acquire leadership qualities and democratic attitudes
Develop capacity to meet emergencies and natural disasters and
Practise national integration and social harmony
M.A.Vaidyesh NSS Programme Officer
Started initially in 37 universities involving 40,000 volunteers, the scheme
has grown over the years and it is implemented today with an involvement of more
than 2.6 million volunteers spread over in 200 Universities, Polytechnics and +2
Systems. The efforts of NSS volunteers have been widely acclaimed by the
community, universities, colleges and general public as the NSS volunteers have
been rendering selfless service to the community.
The Motto of NSS "Not Me But You", reflects the essence of democratic
living and upholds the need for self-less service. NSS helps the students develop
appreciation to other person's point of view and also show consideration to '/other
living beings. The philosophy of the NSS is well doctrined in this motto, which
underlines/on the belief that the welfare .of an individual is ultimately dependent
on the welfare of the society on the whole and therefore, the NSS volunteers shall
strive for the well-being of the society.
The symbol for the NSS has been based on the giant Rath Wheel of the
world famous Konark Sun Temple (The Black Pagoda) situated in Orissa, India.
The wheel portrays the cycle of creation, preservation and release and signifies the
movement in life across time and space, The symbol thus stands for continuity as
well as change and implies the continuous striving of NSS for social change.
The NSS Symbol is embossed on the badge. The eight bars in the wheel
represent the 24 hours of a day. The red colour indicates that the volunteer is full of
young blood that is lively, active, energetic and full of high spirit. The navy blue
colour indicates the cosmos of which the NSS is tiny part, ready to contribute its
share for the welfare of the mankind.
History of College NSS Unit:
The College NSS unit started functioning from the academic year 2013-14.
The College was sanctioned half unit to identify fifty volunteer. Though the
college was discharging the social responsibilities through SAP (Social Awareness
Programme) NSS unit added strengths to this initiative. Ever since the college NSS
unit has been rendering the community based services and also imbibes the social
responsibilities among students.
Dr. Sundar Raj Urs, Professor and Chairman, Department of Physical
Education and Co-coordinator NSS Unit, NSS Bhavan, Bangalore University,
Bangalore was invited to inaugurate the College Unit.
cell is an integral part of the college. To maintain a harmonious atmosphere and to build positive
approach in students, this cell is constituted. Students' grievances, if any, are redressed by the committee. The committee is chaired by the Principal and
ably supported by the faculties, who are the members.
An exclusive students Counselling cell is constituted with the primary motto of supporting students. The role the counselor is to offer assist students to deal with wide range of
concerns- be it academic, personal, emotional, family or peer related through counseling.
The cell enables students to effectively deal with problems and issues and thereby empowers them to make right decisions and deal more effectively with their personal issues.
It helps students to alleviate distress, enhance wellness,
utilizing their best potentials and facilitate their achievements.
The counselor listens to the students’ concerns with empathy and responds
in a non- judgmental way and the process is confidential.
Grievances Redressal Cell(Online Submission)
The Grievance Redressal Cell attempts to address genuine problems and complaints of students whatever be the nature of the problem.
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Students may also express their grievances online by filling out the form below.
Mentor System is practised in the college. Each teacher would mentor a group of 40 students by providing guidance and also encourage students to perform exceedingly well in academics. Marks secured in each semester are compared and measures are suggested for improvements.