Student Support


Student Governing Council


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.


SINDHI COLLEGE STUDENTS' GOVERNING COUNCIL 2019 - 20


S.N POST NAME CLASS
1 PRESIDENT Nabil Ahmed Siraj III BBA
2 VICE - PRESIDENT Akash Anand Khandari 12
3 CULTURAL

SECRETARY
Jagdish N Pai

Chithkala bhat
III BBA

II B.COM
4 SPORTS

SECRETARY
Hemanth kumar P K

Srilekha Deshpande
III BBA

II BA
5 GENERAL

SECRETARY
Shushank kumar

Sucheta K N
III B.COM

III B.COM
6 JOINT

SECRETARY
Saqlain khan

Sanjana Vallabha G

Haripriya K

Kushal G
III B.COM

III B.COM

III B.COM

II BBA
7 DEPUTY

SECRETARY
Bharath choudhary

Chandan B Reddy
III B.COM

III B.COM
8 DISCIPLINE

SECRETARY
Rajshekar S

Tejas V

Aroma tharwani

Aliya sharriff
III B.COM

III BBA

II B.COM

II B.COM

HOUSE CAPTAINS & VICE - CAPTAINS
GOLDEN FLASH


CAPTAIN Kalyan Kumar III B.COM
VICE - CAPTAIN Jayalakshmi I BBA

BLUE FLAMES


CAPTAIN Chandan II BBA
VICE - CAPTAIN Gourrank Pamnani I B.COM

RED STORMS


CAPTAIN Chethan Kumar S II BSC
VICE - CAPTAIN Shreyank I BCA

GREEN RAPTORS


CAPTAIN Amarjith singh III BBA
VICE - CAPTAIN AbhiRam I BBAM

SINDHI COLLEGE STUDENTS' GOVERNING COUNCIL 2018 - 19


POST NAME CLASS
PRESIDENT MANAV B.Com 5th Sem 'A'
VICE - PRESIDENT ANUSHA B.Com 5th Sem 'A'
CULTURAL

SECRETARY
JCHRISTEEN CATHERINE BBA 5th SEM
SPORTS

SECRETARY
Hemanth kumar P K

Srilekha Deshpande
III BBA

II BA
GENERAL

SECRETARY
AKASH ANAND

KHANDARI

USHA RANI

PRATHEEK
BCA 3rd SEM

BCA 5th SEM

BCA 5th SEM
GENERAL

SECRETARY
TEJU

JAMAL
B.Com 5th Sem 'A'

BBA 5th SEM
JOINT

SECRETARY
DEEPANSHU

NABIL

BHAVANA REDDY

SUFIYA
B.Sc 3rd SEM

BBA 3rd SEM

BBA 5th SEM

BBA 1st SEM
DEPUTY

SECRETARY
Bharath choudhary

Chandan B Reddy
III B.COM

III B.COM
DEPUTY

SECRETARY
SUSHANK KUMAR

BIJU PARAIVIASIVANI
B.Com 3rd SEM 'A'

B.Com 3rd SEM 'A'

HOUSE CAPTAINS / VICE CAPTAINS


House Name POST NAME CLASS
GOLDEN FLASH CAPTAIN

VICE- CAPTAIN
SAQLAIN

MD.UMAR FAROOQ
B.Com 3rd SEM 'A'

BCA 1st SEM
BLUE FLAMES CAPTAIN

VICE- CAPTAIN
RAHUL T NANDYA

KHUSHAL
BBA 1st SEM
RED STORMS CAPTAIN

VICE- CAPTAIN
ANIL

CHITHKALA
BCA 5th SEM

B.Com 1st SEM 'B'
GREEN RAPTORS CAPTAIN

VICE- CAPTAIN
KAUSHIK

SATHISH KUMAR
B.Com 5th Sem 'B'

B.Com 1st SEM 'A'

INVESTITURE CEREMONY HELD ON 28TH JULY 2018



STUDENTS' GOVERNING COUNCIL 2017 - 2018


POST NAME CLASS
PRESIDENT Siddharth Mehta 3rd BCOM
VICE - PRESIDENT Abdul Razack 3rd BCA
CULTURAL

SECRETARY
Pawan Kumar A

Christeen Catherine Joseph
3rd BCA

2nd BBA II
SPORTS

SECRETARY
William Immanuel

Soundary B.K
3rd BBA

3rd BCOM
GENERAL

SECRETARY
Sujay.P.J

Indrani.1
3rd BCOM

3rd BBA
GENERAL

SECRETARY
TEJU

JAMAL
B.Com 5th Sem 'A'

BBA 5th SEM
JOINT

SECRETARY
Soundary B.K

Syed Sadiq

Manish.B.J

Romilla Khanna

Saqiba Khanum
3rd BCOM

3rd BCOM

3rd BCA

3rd BBA

3rd BBA

HOUSE CAPTAINS / VICE CAPTAINS


House Name POST NAME CLASS
GOLDEN FLASH CAPTAIN

VICE- CAPTAIN
T.Pooja Singh

Shushank Kumar
3rd BCA

1st BCOM
BLUE FLAMES CAPTAIN

VICE- CAPTAIN
Anusha.S

Vaibhav Chaudhary
2nd Bcom

1st BCA
RED STORMS CAPTAIN

VICE- CAPTAIN
Nishanth .N

Shushank Kumar
3rd BCOM

1st BCOM
GREEN RAPTORS CAPTAIN

VICE- CAPTAIN
Inam Ulhassan

Biju Paramasivam

Nabil Ahmed Siraj
3rd BCOM

1st BCOM

1st BBA

Investiture Ceremony held on 29/07/2017



STUDENTS' GOVERNING COUNCIL 2016 - 2017


POST NAME CLASS
PRESIDENT Pemmaiah.N.V 3rd Bcom
VICE - PRESIDENT Vivian Justi.P 3rd Bcom
CULTURAL

SECRETARY
Shashank .R

Sagarika.R
3rd BCA

3rd BBA
SPORTS

SECRETARY
Abhijit Muguran

S.R.Maithr
3rd BBA

3rd BSc
GENERAL

SECRETARY
Pooja Sen 2nd BCA
JOINT

SECRETARY
Sanjay

Simran Jeet kaur
3rd Bcom

3rd Bcom

Investiture Ceremony held on 22/07/2016



STUDENTS' GOVERNING COUNCIL 2015 - 2016


POST NAME CLASS
PRESIDENT RAHUL BHAT 3rd B.Com
VICE - PRESIDENT BINDHIYA 3rd B.com
CULTURAL

SECRETARY
SHASHANK R

ASMA
2nd BCA

3rd BCA
SPORTS

SECRETARY
GOUTHAM 3rd BBA
GENERAL

SECRETARY
BHAVANI 2nd BCA

Investiture Ceremony held on 17/7/2015



STUDENTS' GOVERNING COUNCIL 2014 - 2015


POST NAME CLASS
PRESIDENT Bhavesh.G 3rd BCA
VICE - PRESIDENT Rahul Bhatt.M 2nd Bcom
CULTURAL

SECRETARY
Karthik 3rd BBA
SPORTS

SECRETARY
Anjali

Nair(Girls)

Praveen(Boys)
3rd Bcom

3rd Bcom
GENERAL

SECRETARY
Bhavani H.V 3rd BCA

Investiture Ceremony held on 07/08/2014



Human Rights Cell

  • HUMAN RIGHTS are based on dignity, equality and mutual respect – regardless of your nationality, your religion or your beliefs.
  • HUMAN RIGHTS are the rights all human beings have by virtue of being human beings.
  • HUMAN RIGHTS are derived from the inherent dignity of the human person and are defined internationally, nationally and locally by various law making bodies.

There are six Human Rights guaranteed by Indian Constitution, they are

  • Right to Equality (Articles. 14-18)
  • Right to Freedom  (Articles. 19-22)
  • Right against Exploitation  (Articles. 23-24)
  • Right to Freedom of Religion (Articles. 25-28)
  • Cultural and Educational Rights (Articles. 29-30
  • Right to Constitutional Remedies (Articles. 32-35)

Purpose of establishing the Cell:

The fundamental rights were included in the constitution because they were considered essential for the development of the personality of every individual and to preserve human dignity. The writers of the constitution regarded democracy of no avail if civil liberties, like freedom of speech and religion, were not recognized and protected by the State. According to them, democracy is, in essence, a government by opinion and therefore, the means of formulating public opinion should be secured to the people of a democratic nation. For this purpose, the constitution guaranteed to all the citizens of India the freedom of speech and expression and various other freedoms in the form of the fundamental rights. Having these perspectives, the institution formulated Human Rights Cell (Fundamental Rights) on 4th February 2019.

Aim: To expedite and empower the people to enjoy human rights in each and every walk of life


Objectives of the Cell:

  • To ensure and protect human rights
  • To enhance awareness and knowledge among the people in and around the college by organizing various awareness programmes

Members:

Executive members:

Dr. B.S. Srikanta- Principal
Prof. Asha N- Vice Principal
Prof. Grace- Convenor
Dr. Padmavathy. K
Dr. Uma Maheswari
Mr. Devaraju
Prof. Swathika

Women Empowerment Cell and Anti-Sexual Harassment Cell

The cell is formed with the aim of creating awareness of women’s rights and duties. It is a platform for girl students to share views and experiences regarding their status in the society and gender related issues.

  • To empower women by motivating them to learn self-defense practices etc.
  • To conduct self-defense courses like karate and others.
  • To motivate and give support to the girl students how to face the consequences in the working environment.
  • To arrange seminars and Guest Lectures on subjects related to gender issues.
  • To develop and implement a policy against sexual harassment.
  • To evolve an effective mechanism for prevention, prohibition andredressal of cases related to sexual harassment.
  • To promote an environment that will raise awareness about anddeter acts of sexual harassment of students.
  • To generate awareness about the mechanism of redressal of sexualharassment related issues among students.
  • To empower students and generate an environment free fromsexual harassment of any nature.
  • To uphold commitment of the Institution to provide an environment that is free from discrimination and violence or any kind of psychological trauma to women in relation to sexual harassment.
  • To conduct programmes and workshops that create awareness relating to sexual harassment.
  • To communicate good values and uphold them in solving issues related to sexual harassment.

Women Empowerment Cell

Chairman : Dr.B.S.Srikanta, Principal

Convenor : Ms.E.K.Radhika, HOD Dept. of Computer Science



Members
Ms.Shashikala, Dept. of Management
Ms.Jayashree, Dept. of commerce
Ms.Kalaivani, Dept. of Computer Science
Dr.Swetha, Dept. of PG Studies



Anti-Sexual Harassment Cell

Chairman : Dr.B.S.Srikanta, Principal

Convenor : Convenor : Ms.Shashikala, HOD, Dept. of Management



Members
Ms.E.K.Radhika, HOD, Dept. of Computer Science
Ms.Jayashree, HOD, Dept. of Commerce
Ms.Kalaivani, Dept. of Computer Science
Ms.Nandini.S, Asst. HOD, Dept. of Management



Scholarships

Sindhi Seva Samiti which 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 are given to the following categories of students.

  1. Meritorious Students
  2. Students belonging to SC/ST Category
  3. Sports Category
  4. Children of Teachers
  5. Children of Defence Personnel
  6. Students belonging to Economically Weaker Section

Academics

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

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.

Students are encouraged to participate in sports at college, inter - collegiate, university, state, national and international levels.



Cultural

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.

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.

Annual cultural week – Cultural Extravaganza is celebrated which embeds various competitions like debate, dance, photography, fashion show, mehendi, rangoli, best manager, personality test, quiz, etc.



INTER-COLLEGIATE MEGA FEST "CRESINDO" 2019 - 20

The two- day annual mega fest “Cresindo” conducted for the 12th consecutive year had a colourful inauguration on 19th Sep 2019. The entire college wore a festive look. ‘Ashwamedha’ was the theme of this year’s “Cresindo”.The minute one set foot in the auditorium of the college, one could feel the vibrancy. The students and the staff were dressed in their ethnic best, it set the mood for the celebrations. Celebrities from Kannada film industry Mr. Santhosh Anandram, Mr. Vinayak Joshi and Ms. Nayana Puttaswamy were the guests, Office bearers of Sindhi Management, Sri Madan Doulatram, President, Sri Prakash R Narang, Chairman, Sri Avinash Kukreja, Hon. Secretary, Sri Kishore L Achpal, Hon. Treasurer, Sri. Neelkant R Talreja, Hon. Jt. Secretary, representatives from media, participants from other institutions across Bengaluru city, Prof. Pallavi, Principal of Sindhi PU college, Dr. B.S. Srikanta, Principal, Prof. Asha.N, Vice Principal, staff and students from host college, graced the occasion.

The grand inaugural programme began with a scintillating theme dance drama performance by the students of the college. This was followed by lighting of the lamp, ceremoniously by the guests. The invocation song was followed by welcome address by Mr. Amit Sukhija of II year BBA. Celebrity guests were introduced by the students religiously. Mr. Santhosh Anandram, a popular Kannada film director, recalled his participation in Cresindo four years ago as a student and the glorious memories of the event as well, in his address. Ms. Nayana Puttaswamy, actress, Kannada film industry, was delighted to be a part of the event and wished all the participants to do their best and excel. Mr. Vinayak Joshi, actor, Kannada film industry, expressed his awe at the amount of scholarships given away by the Sindhi Management to the needy and meritorious students and felt glad for being a part of the grand event. Dr. B.S. Srikanta, Principal of the college deliberated on the significance of conducting such a mega event and also narrated the success story of previous years’ “Cresindo”, to the gathering. Shri. Prakash R Narang, Chairman of the college expressed his happiness at the grandeur and exuberance with which the inaugural programme was organised. Inaugural programme concluded with the vote of thanks proposed by Mr. Nabeel Ahmed, third year BBA student and President, Student Government Council.

Day-1 of the fest witnessed an over-whelming response, more than 100 colleges with more than 1800 enthusiastic participants registered for overall participation and individual events. Many events like Group Dance, Rangoli, Best Accountant, Nail-Art, Corporate Fashion Show, Beat Boxing were flooded with participants. The Day-2 of the fest also witnessed a tremendous response with another 1500 students registering for the events scheduled for the day, with dance, singing and fashion show attracting maximum number of participants. It appeared as though all roads of the city were leading to Sindhi college. There were over 45 events spread over two-day fest. This year’s ‘Cresindo” broke all the previous records with more than 3000 participants from 175 colleges participating with zeal and enthusiasm. It was a roaring success with accolades from every corner of the city which was telecast on news and print media. The untiring efforts and meticulous planning by the Cultural committee, SGC, student volunteers, Principal, Vice Principal and staff was evident. Presidency college bagged the overall championship trophy. Cash prizes worth more than one lakh, medals and trophies were given away to the winners. The two-day mega and glorious fest concluded with ritualistic drawing of the curtain with the singing of National Anthem.



National Cadet Corps (NCC)

Objectives of NCC

  • To develop character, comradeship, discipline, a secular outlook, the spirit of adventure and ideals
    of selfless services amongst young citizens
  • To create a pool organized, trained and motivated youth with leadership qualities in all walks of life, who will serve the Nation regardless of which career they choose.
  • To provide an environment conclusive to motivate young Indians to join the armed forces.
  • NCC unit is attached to 8 battalion Karnataka and Goa.


National Service Scheme (NSS)

NSS Unit

The main objectives of National Service Scheme (NSS) are:
  1. understand the community in which they work
  2. understand themselves in relation to their community
  3. Identify the needs and problems of the community and involve them in problem-solving
  4. Develop among themselves a sense of social and civic responsibility
  5. Utilise their knowledge in finding practical solutions to individual and community problems
  6. Develop competence required for group-living and sharing of responsibilities
  7. Gain skills in mobilising community participation
  8. Acquire leadership qualities and democratic attitudes
  9. Develop capacity to meet emergencies and natural disasters and
  10.  Practise national integration and social harmony
M.A.Vaidyesh
NSS Programme Officer

Coverage:

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.

Motto:

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.

Symbol:

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.

Badge

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.

Logo

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.

Students Grievance Redressal

Grievance Redressal 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. 


Mechanism of Grievance Redressal
Redressal of Student Grievances the following steps are followed

  • Students are free to lodge a complaint/ bring into the notice of the coordinator of the Grievance Redressal Committee
  • Meeting of the Committee will be held & Grievance discussed
  • Appropriate action will be taken as per the seriousness of the Grievance.










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

The Mentor System is practised in the college. Each teacher would mentor a group of 30 to 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.


DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE MENTORS LIST 2020-21


Sl. No NAME OF THE MENTOR CLASS TOTAL NO. OF STUDENTS
1 Ms.Mamatha V Sem B.Com A 40
2 Ms.Ramya V Sem B.Com A 37
3 Prof.Nagarathna V Sem BCOM B 40
4 Prof.Subramanya V Sem BCOM B 25
5 Prof. Sri Hari V. V Sem BCOM C 40
6 Mr.Kumar E V Sem BCOM C 40
7 Ms.Grace J III Sem BCOM A 35
8 Ms.Savitha III Sem BCOM A 35
9 Dr.Giriraj Kumar III Sem BCOM B 35
10 Prof.Chittibabu III Sem BCOM B 35
11 Ms.Raji III Sem BCOM C 35
12 Ms.Nalini III Sem BCOM C 35
13 Prof. Raju H.S I Sem B.Com A 40
14 Ms. Rubina I Sem B.Com A 40
15 Ms. Prathima I Sem B.Com B 40
16 Prof. Putul Dutta 1 Sem B.Com B 40
17 Prof.Jayashree Tambad (LSCM) 1 Sem B.Com A 16
18 Prof.Subramanya 1 Sem BCOM B 24


Department of Computer Science Mentors List -2020-21


Sl. No Mentor Name CLASS No. of Students
1 E.K.Radhika I yr BCA 30
2 Hemalatha R III yr BCA 50
3 Priya Hari I yr BCA 50
4 Kalaivani III yr BCA & II yr BCA - A 28 + 15 = 43
5 Akilandeswari II yr BCA - A & II yr BSc & III yr BSc 20 + 15 + 15 = 50
6 Putul II yr BCA - B & I yr BSc & II yr BCA - A 20 +10+ 25 = 55
7 Nalini Purushothama II yr BCA - B 20


Department Of Management MENTORS LIST Academic Year 2020-2021


Sl. No Name of the Mentor CLASS
1 Ms.Shashikala.U
Dr.Ranjana Pillai
III BBA
2 Mr.Vaidyesh.M.A
Mr.Srinidhi.V
II BBA
3 Ms.Nandini.S
Dr.Kariyanna.S
I BBA
4 Dr.Roopa Anagod II BBAM
5 Mr.Srinidhi.V I BBAM