Date of Event: 1/10/2019
Event: Signing of papers ceremony of Multiple Memorandum of Understanding for Villages Adoption.
Dignitaries present: Panchayat Development Officer – Sri Damodara, Secretary –Sri.Sridhar, Singanayakanahalli Gram Panchayat, Dr.R.ShantiIyer – Principal, Dr.N.S.A.M.FGC and Mrs.ChitraDr.N.S.A.M PU College.
Village adoption Committee of Dr.N.S.A.M FGC: Dr. Sindhu, Dr. C. Hemavati, Dr. M.S Annapurna Kishore, Mr. Vinod and Mrs. T.Inderakala
Nitte Education Trust (NET) always believes in selfless service of the society, nation and mankind. Dr.N.S.A.M FGC is functioning institute of NET take the opportunity to serve the society and people through this mechanism of MOU with Singanayakanahalli Gram Panchayat .We give Participatory education and life skill to our students through such involvements. It is great pleasure to convey to all that through this MOU we are entering into bond of love, affection and responsibility towards rural development.
These MOUS focus on issues such as:
Dr.N.S.A.M FGC hasadopted six different villages of Singanayakanahalli Gram Panchayat and will carry out or help the GP in the requisite activities/awareness campaigns/ Development programs.
Date of Event: 18 /09 /2019
Event: World Bamboo Day and Bamboo Cultural Fest 2019
Place of Event: LALBAGH
Guidance and supervision: Dr.M.S.Annapurna Kishore Kumar and Miss.Kavitha S.R
Committee/s involved: ‘PRAKRUTI’ – Eco Club and Entrepreneurship Development Cell
Introduced a decade ago, celebration of World Bamboo Day worldwide every year on 18 September is helps to increase awareness about the benefits of bamboo – an evergreen plant. . And, going the extra mile to familiarize Bangaloreans with bamboo and its various uses, the Bamboo Society of India – Karnataka Chapter,hadorganized a daylong cultural fair themed on Bamboo use at various stages of human life.
This Fest focused on possible entrepreneurship centered on Bamboo products. Our students interacted with bamboo music bands, bamboo fashion show band, familiarized themselves with various music instruments from bamboo plant, and interacted with artisans of Bamboo. Our students got the opportunity to interact with many IFS officers, builders, farmers and press people and obtained information about Bamboo as green gold , its culinary uses, as a fabric ingredient, and its cultural connection .
Students also got an opportunity to give opinion to the media about Bamboo as a plant for the future in various fields.
Dr.NSAM FG College and PU College, celebrated Onam on September 11, 2019 under the aegis of the Cultural Committee in grandeur and style in their campus. The word Onam is believed to have been originated from the Sanskrit word Shravanam which in Sanskrit refers to one of the 27 Nakshatars or constellations. . Onam is the most popular festival in Kerala and is celebrated with great pomp and show. It marks the harvesting season in Kerala.
The program started with a prayer song and the lighting of the lamp by the Principal Dr. N.S.A.M. FGC. The students and the faculty members were decked up in the traditional Kerala attire. There were dance performances depicting the culture of Kerala by the students of B.Com and BBA.
The highlight of the program was the floral rangoli (Pookkalam) which won the hearts of all in the campus.
We celebrate Teachers’ Day every year on the 5 September. Students express their gratitude and record their appreciation for their teachers on this very important day. The day is dedicated to the memory of Dr. SarvepalliRadhakrishnan,former President of India, a great academic philosopher, a well-known diplomat, and above all,a renowned teacher.
It is to remember his services to the nation as a statesman and in the field of education as a teacher, that the day is specially celebrated as a day of thanks giving to the community of teachers. The students organized various programs for the beloved members of their teaching faculty. As a part of the celebrations, there was cake cutting by the Principal and members of the faculty. .
The recent floods in NORTH KARNATAKA, probably the greatest ever in its history, affected a lot of people throughout the state. Never before had our state faced such a grave situation. The people had to leave everything behind them, just to move to safety. Lakhs of people had to move to relief camps for their survival. It was certainly not an easy situation for them. Help needed to reach them on an urgent basis. The Youth Red wing of Dr.N.S.A.M FGC formed a team for the relief work and named the programme “TOGETHER”. The student Volunteers collected flood relief materials from all students. . A campaign including fund raising and material collection from houses near the college was carried out on 14TH August 2018.Volunteers purchased the needy products including biscuits, Colgate tooth paste,Tooth brush,new clothes & some medical items & cash of Rs.12,103.00 the relief materials were handed over to Indian Red Cross Society Karnataka State Branch.
Students were excited at the opportunity to volunteer themselves for the flood affected people. A total of 40 student volunteers participated in the flood rehabilitation program in Singanayaknahalli. KAVITHA.S.R, Assistant Professor was associated.
On a concluding note, we would like to thank our Principal, all HoDs and all the staff members and student volunteers for their support towards the flood relief and rehabilitation programme. We would also like to thank the officials of. It was definitely a life changing experience for our students who might have learnt a lot from these circumstances. Hoping that North Karnataka recovers soon from this tragic situation.
Independence Day is celebrated every year on 15 August. This was the day when India was freed from the British rule. It is a national festival and has equal importance for every Indian regardless of religion, class, creed or race.
Dr. NSAM First Grade College and Pre – University College jointly celebrated the 73rd Independence Day at our college campus.
The function began with the hoisting of our National flag by the chief guest Lt. Col. S. Guruprasad. The students sang the National Anthem and saluted the Tri Colour.
Lt. Col. Guruprasad joined the Indian Military Academy in the year 1985 and was commissioned into the Regiment of Artillery in Dec, 1986. He has a M.Sc. Degree in Weapon Technology and a Diploma in Automated Data Processing and System Analysis and Design. He has been working as a Corporate Trainer, Motivational speaker and an Education consultant.
Lt. Col. Guruprasad addressed the gathering on this occasion and in his speech he called upon the youth of this country to join the Indian Army and dispelled the two myths which people have about joining the military forces. One was the risk to life and the other was not being lucrative. He articulated the importance of the Armed Forces for any country and the role played by them in guarding the country as well as the life of its citizens.
Dr. R. Shanthi Iyer, Principal, addressed the gathering and in her speech threw light on the importance of freedom; she also paid homage to the martyrs of the freedom struggle and remembered the freedom fighters. She quoted many lines from the poems of famous Hindi poets which befitted the occasion.
Mr. Rohit Punja, Administrator (NET), mentioned about the relevance of celebrating Independence Day and elaborated on the challenges that our country is currently facing.
Dr. Raghavendra, HOD (C& M), proposed a Vote of Thanks.
The students of both Degree and PU College took part in the colorful cultural programs that followed. The function ended with the distribution of sweets to the staff and students.
The Forum Inauguration for the year 2019-20 of Dr. NSAM First Grade College (FGC) was held on 27 July 2019 at the College auditorium.
Various committees were formed whose task was to carry out different activities assigned to them during the academic year 2019-2020 under the guidance of the Principal.
The name of the conveners of different committees was announced along with the respective student coordinators.
The conveners of the respective committees handed over the badges to the student coordinators.
|2||Training And Development, Career Counselling , Placement Cell, Industrial visit and Add-On Courses/Value Addition Courses|
|3||Union/Association/Student Council And Grievance Redressel Committee, Equal Opportunity Cell|
|4||Women Empowerment Cell & Prevention Of Sexual Harassment Cell, Health Club/Centre And Ladies Room|
|6||Eco Club & ISR/Community Club/Community Orientation Club|
|7||National Service Scheme|
|8||National Cadet Crop|
|10||Website/It Committee/ICT Committee/Report|
|13||Labs - Browsing/Computer Lab/Video|
|14||Language Lab, Literature Club & Gandhi Study Centre|
|15||Sports Committee/Gymnasium, Sports Utility Centre|
|18||Entrepreneurship Development Cell/Incubation Centre|
|19||Internal Quality Assurance Cell & Faculty Development & Faculty Development Program|
|22||Discipline, Anti ragging|
|23||Business Lab & Commerce And Management|
Ms. Priyanka, Ms. Yukhta Mukhi, Mr. Prashantha Devadiga, Ms. Anusha, Mr. Yathish, Ms. Shilpa, Mr. Akshay Naik, Ms. Amrutha, Mr. Rahul, Ms. Asha, Ms. Mohisha, Ms. Nisha, Mr. Akash & Ms. Monika.
The students of Ist and IInd year of Dr.N.S.A.M First Grade College organized farewell to the outgoing students of B.Com and BBA final year students on 21/05/2019, Tuesday.
The program began with invocation by Yoktha Mukhi and Ganashree. Principal and other dignitaries lit the lamp along with final year students. Aruna of 1st year B.Com welcomed the gathering. Dr. R Shanti Iyer, Principal of the college addressed the gathering and recollected all the best memories of the academic year and spoke about various challenge of the competitive world in present scenario and appealed them to continue fruitful productive relation with the institution. She wished Students wholeheartedly to have success in their future endeavor.
Farewell function was celebrated with cutting cake. Later few senior students shared their experiences. Later informal function with many cultural program and games were organized and best performer prizes were given.
Thanushree of II year B.Com proposed vote of thanks.
On 18 May 2019, Dr. N.S.A.M. First Grade College celebrated the Graduation Day. The program started with a procession by the final year students in their graduation attire. The Chief guest Dr. Yogi Devaraj, and the Principal of Dr. N.S.A.M First Grade College, Dr. R. Shanthi Iyer, gave away lamps to all the fresh graduates symbolically wishing the students a bright, enlightened, and prosperous future.
Mrs. M R Lakshmi provided the welcome address extending a hearty welcome to the Chief Guest Dr. Yogi Devaraj, the Principal, and other dignitaries and students.
Dr. R Shanti Iyer, Principal, administered the oath to all graduating students.
Dr. J.B Janardhan, Associate Professor, Head of the Department of Languages, introduced Dr. Yogi Devaraj, the Chief Guest, to the audience.
Dr. Yogi Devaraj started his speech with a chanting of OM and spoke about the importance of peace in life. He highlighted the needs and aims of education in human life and advised the students to protect the environment.
Further, following prizes were distributed by the Chief Guest and the Principal:
After prize distribution, Principal Dr. Shanthi R Iyer, delivered the presidential address.
Prof. Aasha, Head of Commerce Department, proposed a vote of thanks.
DR. N.S.A.M First Grade College organized “Food Fest” on 08 Mar 2019 which was also the International Women’s Day.
The Students installed 5 stalls from different classes by paying minimum registration fees to obtain space for veg and non-veg stalls in the open air theater of Dr. N.S.A.M First Grade College.
Following were the stalls put up:
Friends Chat was all about different types of chats and the highlight of this stall was Badam milk, which got completely sold out.
BBA Rockers was all about ice-creams, fruits and tender coconut.
Ambur Biriyani Stall was all about Ambur chicken biryani and chicken lollipop.
BBA Non – veg Mane was all about chicken kabab, chicken biryani, nati koli saru, and shavige with combo offers
Fest maker was Badam milk, tender coconut, and PUBG biryani
The students exhibited their entrepreneurial and marketing skills and successfully made profit out of their business.
The students were very thankful for the management and staff of Dr. N.S.A.M First Grade College for conducting “FOOD FEST 2K19”.
Following students participated in the Fashion Show:
Following students presented the show “Cook without fire”
We are proud to announce that the Students won 2nd Prize in the show “Cook without fire” and 3rd prize in Fashion Show.
The following Students participated:
The students showcased their talent in Fashion Show with Mexican attire called “Boho” and we are proud to announce that they won the 3rd prize in the competition.
The Cultural and Commerce Committee of Dr. N.S.A.M. First Grade College, Bangalore, had motivated students to participate in Inter Collegiate Fest which was held at Dr. N.S.A.M. First Grade College at Nitte, Karkala, on 4th and 5th Feb 2019.
The Students participated in eight events, such as Best Manager- Chanakya , Marketing -Tijarat, Finance- Kosh, Quiz-Paheli, Treasure Hunt- Rahasya, Mock Press- Krithirm, Photography- Ankur, Solo-singing- Kalarav and Group Dance- Antarang.
|1||Best Manager||Yashas - IV Sem B. Com. A|
|2||Marketing||Sachin Bayagalli - IV Sem B. Com. A|
|3||Finance||Harini - IV Sem BBA|
|4||Treasure Hunt||Soumya. G and Revanth - IV Sem BBA|
|5||Mock Press||Govind - IV Sem B. Com B|
|6||Photography||Abhishek – VI Sem B. Com. A|
|7||Solo singing||Ganashree - II Sem B. com|
|8||Group Dance||Ranjit and Group|
All the Students participated with enthusiasm and their performances were very much appreciated by the judges and organizers; in some events such as Best Manager, Mock Press, and Group Dance, the participants were able to reach the final stage.
A workshop was conducted by the Health Club of Dr. N.S.A.M. First Grade College on 29 Sep 2018, as part of World Heart Day celebrations, to disseminate information and awareness of coronary ailments and good practices to be followed to have a healthy heart
The World Heart Foundation organizes World Heart Day, an international campaign on September 29 every year, to inform people about cardiovascular diseases, which are one of the biggest causes of human fatality. The day promotes preventative measures to reduce the risk of cardiovascular diseases.
In the session, Dr. Annapurna, Assistant Professor, Dr. N.S.A.M First Grade College, provided students with the knowledge on the mechanism of the working of a heart, its structure and function; how the living style affects the heath of a heart and how the stressed life affects the health and performance of heart; how cardiovascular diseases are caused and how a holistic approach of life assures good health of the heart.
The session was followed by a detailed explanation and practical experiment by Sri. Thirumalesh C, Physical instructor, Dr. N.S.A.M PU College. He also gave tips on how to schedule a healthy diet and practice pranayama for a healthy heart. Finally, the program was concluded with a Vote of Thanks presented by student coordinators.