The Student Council exists to enhance the overall graduate experience at CHRIST (Deemed to be University) by promoting the general welfare and concerns of the student body, creating new programs and initiatives to provide opportunities for growth and interaction, and communicating with the Christ University Administration and Faculty on behalf of students.
The council aim to imbibe and inculcate the Vision, Mission and Core values of the University; to provide constructive feedback on various aspects of campus life- academic programs, general discipline, library facilities, maintenance of the campus and other student service facilities; to assess and improve the potential for student placements and facilitate internship; to assist the anti-ragging committee to curb the menace of ragging completely; to identify and suggest methods of improving student life and student conduct and discipline; to suggest and implement student projects for holistic development; to identify, assess, evaluate and suggest the student perspectives in the development of Arts and Culture, Sports and Games, and other co-curricular/extracurricular activities including student participation; to assist student movements like CSA, NCC, SWO, CAPS, Peer Education Program, Cultural team, Sports and Games, etc.; to help interlink students, faculty, staff and management of the university effectively to forge an academic community.
The council is led by university-level student council which is the apex body supported by the student council at the school level.
The University Student Council members have a meeting once every semester with the
Campus Director. The Campus Director convenes the meeting in which the Head of Schools,
Academic Coordinators, Student Council Mentors and Student Council Coordinator and
University Council members participate without fail. The Campus Director may invite any
other faculty/student to the meeting as he deems it necessary. The Student Council
Coordinator along with the University Student Council members from respective school
present their suggestions and feedbacks pertaining to academics during this meeting.
The University level Student Council shall meet on a monthly basis with the Coordinator of
Student Council and faculty mentors to discuss the proceedings of the council and convey
the suggestions or feedbacks to improve the quality of life in the campus. Discussions with
the school level members are also presented during this meeting. The University Student
Council Members also discuss about how to coordinate and conduct various events and
activities across the campus
One of the major roles and responsibilities of a student council member is to improve the
quality of life for the students at CHRIST (Deemed to be University). In order to ensure this,
the University Student Council conducts regular meetings each month with the School
Student Council. This regular meeting is conducted school wise and is accounted for by the
University Student Council Members. During these meetings students come up with
constructive solutions for the various issues and also discuss how the existing practices of
the deanery can be improved upon.
Each academic year two open forums are conducted by the University Student Council
Members in the presence of the HOD, Academic Coordinators, and Student Council
Coordinator for the respective schools. This is a forum where all the school student council
members would raise various concerns with regards to academic and others managerial
issues to the concern faculty member, who would then provide the school student council
members with an answer to the issue which later gets communicated to all the students of
the respective department. This forum not only ensures that the student’s queries are heard
by the management but also helps students understand the management’s perspective to the
Daksh is an annual education and career fair conducted and organised by the Student Council and is the Student Council’s flagship event. Daksh is a two-day event conducted during the month of November or December. This event provides a platform for all the students to explore the various career options available to them at CHRIST (Deemed to be University). Each department across the campus sets up stalls displaying the various programmes that their department has to offer. Various career dialogues by eminent personalities are conducted during this two-day event so as to provide students with an in depth understanding on how various careers look like in real life. These career dialogues are delivered by experts in various fields. The Student Council also developed an app called “Accord” during the academic year 2018-19 to ease the process of registrations during Daksh which made registrations hassle free and paperless and also recorded the interests of various individuals who would visit various stalls in order to develop a better understanding of where the interest of students lie
The quality of gratitude is an attribute every individual should possess in his or her lives. To
spread the feeling of joy, love and gratitude across the University, every year during the
month of March, the Student Council conducts and organises gratitude week. This week is
celebrated across the campus as a week of being thankful to each and every individual who
has aided towards enhancing the overall graduate experience for students at CHRIST
(Deemed to be University). During this week the Student Council organises numerous
events for the Security, Housekeeping Staff, Gardeners, Non-teaching staff and
Administration staff to have a fun and leisure time. A small token of appreciation is also
handed over to all of them by the students. This fun week is concluded by the final event
called “Gratitude Day” where the members of the Student Council and the university choir
along with all the students in the campus sing the Gratitude Day song.
Bhasha Utsav & Ethnic Day has great significance at CHRIST (Deemed to be University) as it is the only festival that brings together all Christites. On this day the University celebrates its diversity in a very special way. To mark the beginning of the event, every year the Student Council leads the procession displaying ethnic attires of their respective cultures.
Teachers Day is a special day celebrated across India on 5th September to appreciate and honour the tremendous efforts taken by them to spread the light of knowledge to students. In order to make this day extremely special and memorable for all the teaching faculties in the campus, the Student Council members in collaboration with Student Welfare Office present all the faculties across the campus with a small token of appreciation to extend their gratitude and pay their respect to them.
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