St.Claret College (SCC), Bangalore, managed by the international network of Claretian Missionaries, from its humble beginning in 2005 has witnessed phenomenal growth over the years and today it has several undergraduate programs in Commerce, Management, Computer Science, and Humanities.
Hindi Day Celebration.
The Department of Hindi organised Hindi Diwas on September 18, 2017. Dr. Prabha Shankar Premi, Retired Professor, Department of Hindi, Bangalore University addressed the gathering about the importance and heritage of Hindi as our National Language and the immense potential that it holds.[+] Read More
Guest lecture on “Child Labour and Child Abuse”.
The Department of Humanities (Sociology) organised a guest lecture on “Child Labour and Child Abuse” on September 16, 2017. Dr. Bitasta Das, Instructor-Humanities Undergraduate Programme, Centre of Contemporary Studies, Indian Institute of Science, Bengaluru was the resource person for the day.[+] Read More
A guest lecture on Sustainable Agriculture: A Few Musings.
The Department of Humanities (Economics) conducted a guest lecture on Sustainable Agriculture: A Few Musings on September 15, 2017. MR. Shrikantha Murthy, Associate professor, University of Agricultural Sciences was the resource person for the guest lecture.[+] Read More
Acumen - Inter Pre- university college quiz 2017.
The Department of Commerce conducted ‘Acumen’ Inter Pre- university college quiz on September 13, 2017. There were two teams from eight colleges and six teams were shortlisted for finals in which Mount Carmel College secured first prize, St. Claret College P U College secured second prize and Carmel College secured the third prize.[+] Read More
Adventure trip to Guru Freddy’s Ashram
An adventure trip was organised to Guru Freddy’s Ashram from September 11, 2017 to September 12, 2017.Students of III B.Com TT were part of the trip and the objective was to programme and structure the day with a mix of fun and serious training ,using adventure as a tool to nurture dynamic non-linear learning. Special emphasis was laid on training in rock-climbing, navigation skills, river-crossing techniques, conducting nature awareness, cave exploration, obstacle course and survival techniques in the forest.[+] Read More