In order to promote social commitment among students, to equip them with leadership and personality skills, and to develop their manifold potentials, various extension and club activities are engaged by our students. The following clubs are functioning in the college during the year 2014-15.
Thira , the film club of Ivanios provides a platform for film making: the various aspects of appreciating films as well as an introduction to its techniques, like direction, cinematography,screen-play writing, editing and so on.
Our highlights are..
Screen for applause - We\\\'ll treat you to the best from Indian and international directors.
Uncut - If you\\\'ve got a fresh and original story on film all you have to do is contact us with a short note on your film and we\\\'ll take it from there, making the film
Meet the maker - talk with film experts, actors, directors, script writers
Coffee house - reviews and discussions with your peers
We give the students opportunity to watch the classics and discuss it threadbare in a post-screening session. If you think the medium of cinema needs to be explained to you, let\\\'s take it straight from the experts, and get introduced to the best of the works through lectures, demos, workshops,seminars and more.
In short, the Club is all about cinema.
The activities of THIRA for the year 2014-15 was inaugurated by the renowned cine director Shri Shyamaprasad on August 22 (Friday) 12.00 pm in the Jubilee Hall. The staff coordinator Ms. Reny Skaria gave the motivational talk. Mr. Louis Mathew, film critic, also spoke on the occasion.
Please visit the facebook page for Thira: https://www.facebook.com/pages/THIRA/820391894640765
Drama, being a composite art form, bringstogether literature, music, acting, costume designing, management and muchmore. The club aims to hone these skills of the students and instil in them aspirit of team work and friendship through theatre. It hopes to produce playsenriching the cultural ambience of the campus.
Membersof the Committee
1. Ms. Meenu Jose (Convenor)
2. Ms. Reny Skaria
3. Ms. Preethamol. M.K
. Talent development in allaspects like acting, music, designing, creative writing and so on.
.Skill development ,Communication Skills, Personality development, Working together as a team
.Familiarising students withdifferent theatrical forms
To achieve these objectives, the followingaction plan was agreed upon
.Script writing competitions
. A full-fledgedproduction
Act One- the inauguration of the Theatre Club of the college for the year 2014-15 was done by the Theatre artist Ms. Parvathy at 0230 pm on August 20 (Friday). The staff coordinator Ms. Meenu Jose introduced the activities of the club.
The Tourism club of the college was inaugurated by Mr. Suresh, Secretary DTPC, on August 22 (Friday) at 0130 pm in the Botany Seminar Hall. Dr. Neeta Sharma, the staff coordinator gave the introductory talk.
Adoption of Village: \\\"Punnaramthopu\\\"
The NSS unit of the College took up the Extension Programmes of the College and executed the various activities at Punnaranuthope, a village which is situated 1 km away from the College. The activities taken up over the years include:
Literacy Programmes for the Inhabitants
Health Awareness Programmes-Hygiene and Sanitation
Cleaning and Renovation of Roads
Renovation of Houses.
Building of Houses
The N.S. S. unit of Mar Ivanios College engaged in a variety of programmes during the academic year 2003-2004. The programmes were guided by the programme officers Dr. Hubert Joe and Dr. K.I. Georgee. About 300 volunteers enrolled themselves into N.S.S. during this academic year. For the academic year 2003-2004, Aneesh S. H. (II DC Chemistry), Anwar Khan (II DC Economics), Varla V. K (II DC Physics), Sree Vidhya P.I. (II DC Literature) were elected as Volunteer Secretaries. Abhilash Mohan M.P and Aneesh Chandran C.I. were elected as Blood Secretaries. We have an N.S.S Choir and an N.S.S. Debate committee.
1. Mental Hospital Rehabilitation Project:
2. Seminar on Dengue Fever
3. Awareness Programme on Dengue fever and Distribution of preventive medicine against dengue fever in \\\"Punnarathoppu\\\", the adopted village of NSS Unit, Mar Ivanios College.
4. Year of Reading Inaugural Ceremony
5. NSS Enrollment Week
6. Voluntary Blood Donation
7. Blood Grouping Programme and Seminar on Blood Donation
8. Literacy Campaign in Adopted Village
9. Quiz Competition, Essay writing, Elocution
10. NSS Day, Voluntary Blood Donation Day
11. Gandhi Jayanthi
12. Cultural Study Tour
13. Volunteer Leadership Training Camp, Adoor
14. Legal Literacy Camp
15. Pre RD Camp Mysore
16. Debate on \\\"To Limit the press is insulting a Nation\\\"
17. Aids Awareness Programme
18. NSS Ten Day Special Camp
19. Blood Donation Forum
20. Road Safety Awareness Camp for N.S.S. Volunteers
The Mar Ivanios College Unit of the NCC-Army Wing commanded by Capt.V.Varghese is an NCC company under the 3 Kerala Battalion NCC. It has a strength of 80 senior division cadets including 15 girls Cadets.
The activities include drill, map reading, weapon training, range firing practice, field craft, obstacle race, and lecture classes on various topics etc.
About 30 cadets attended the annual training camp held at Pangode, Trivandrum. Cadet S. Jose and Cadet T. Issac attended the national integration camp held at Meghalaya in November 2003. Our students attended the following camps also. National integration camp at Thanjavoor, Tamil Nadu, Army attachment camp at Belgaum and Trekking camp at Ranchi, Bihar.
Trekking Expedition- 1
Blood Donation Programme- 1
One cadet M. Christopher was selected for the best cadet scholarship from the Trivandrum Group NCC. Cadet Indrajit. S got admission to the Kerala MBBS course under the NCC quota. Cadet Ratheesh Abraham got admission in the Indian Military Academy, Dehradun.
Ten cadets of our college passed the B. Certificate examination and 9 cadets passed the C Certificate Examination this year.
There is only one Air Sqn. NCC in Kerala its Head Quarters is at Thiruvananthapuram. The Unit is established for 134 boys and 66 girls in the senior division and they are enrolled from various Colleges in Thiruvananthapuram Dirstrict. The selected cadets have to undergo three years of NCC training at Mar Ivanios College. After the completion of two years of training they have to sit for B certificate examination and completion of three years of training \\\'C\\\' certificate examination. Certificates are issued to the cadets those who successfully complete the training and pass the examination.
Every year 40 parades will be conducted. Two annual training camps were conducted, one at Pangode and the other at. G.V. Raja Sports School, Sangumugham. Two more camps are planned to be conducted on December 2004 and May 2005. In each camp about 600 cadets from different parts of Kerala participated.
The main camp for Air Sqn NCC is All India Vayu Sainik Camp. This is a national level camp. This year the camp was held at Bangalore. The duration of the camp was 12 days. 22 boys and 6 girls took part.
Cadet ADARSH S. B. and Cadet Praveen .V. stood All India First in Aeromodelling static Competition during 2004 All India Vayu Sainik held at Bangalore from 4 October 2004. 15 October 2004. Both of them got gold Medals. 1 Kerala our Sqn NCC got a trophy for this. Our position is 4th among the 16 Air NCC directorates of India.
Republic Day Camp 2004, January cadet Santhosh V and Cadet Berin D Samuel of Air wing NCC got Silver medal in aero-modelling flying models. The stood all India record at RDC competitions.
NCC Naval Wing of Mar Ivanios College has an enrolled strength of sixty five cadets including 15 girls cadets. These cadets are enrolled from the college and our sister institution St. John\\\'s Model H.S.S. Plus two students are enrolled in our college NCC when the Pre-degree was de-linked from the college.
Every year we conduct 20 parades of 4 hr duration. During this period we do parade training and conduct lecturer Classes. Naval personnel conduct parade training and lecture classes by the ANO. Lecture classes are conducted in Naval subjects, NCC Organ: Leadership, Social Service, hygine etc. Cadets are provided with refreshment after the classes. In addition to the above twenty parades cadets are imparted with training in various waterborn activities like boat pulling, Sailing, Wind Surfing, Kayaking etc. All Cadets are given chance for swimming pratice. We conduct Inter Collegiate, inter group competitions in the above items. On many occasions our cadets brought laurels to our college.
Every year No. 1(k) Naval Unit (Our Mother Unit) conduct an annual Training Camp. Cadets are given training in the camps and selection for various competitions are held.
Nav Sainik Camp is a National camp conducted every year to select the best naval cadets and Directorate. Out of 30 cadets who compete from Kerala we could send 3 or 4 cadets every year. They come back with credit to our college and state.
Our Cadets have attended Republic day camp at New Delhi on various years and participated in the R. D. Parades. Selections for Inter National Youth Exchange programmes are done in the Camps. Our cadets got various medals in these Camps.In addition to these camps our cadets attend Trekking Camp, Sea Attachment Camp, Ship attachment Camps, National Integration Camp, Scuba Diving Camp etc.
Every year No 1(k) Naval Unit NCC conduct a sailing expedition from Kollam to Thannirmukkom Bund. Cadets sail through the famous back waters of Kerala covering Ashtamudi Lake, Kayamkulam Lake, Vembanattu Lake etc. Our College sailing and pulling team actively participates in this programme.
Every year Mar Ivanios College Naval NCC conduct trekking programme from Kallar to Pondumi. The cadets walk through the forest which is a thrilling experience for all who participate.
As a part of Social service activities every year our eligible cadets visit Sree Chitra Medical Centre, Trivandrum and donate blood. More over in emergency situation our cadets donate blood individually to needy person as per the direction of the ANO.
Our cadets also under take the activities like campus cleaning, construction of roads, tree plantation etc.
12 cadets have attended Republic Parade at New Delhi during the last 5 years. Four cadets visited foreign counties like Singapore, Pakistan, Sri Lanka under the Youth Exchange programmes. Five of our ex-cadets got employment in the services as others. Many of our cadets joined in the Armed Force in the lower ranker. The Trivandrum NCC group has won the first place for the first time in the history of the group in the inter group Nav Sainik Competition during the last 12 years, and major portion of cadets belong to our College.
The Women\\\'s Studies Unit of the College with its avowed objective of Women\\\'s Empowerment organizes various activities on the Campus such as
Guest Lectures, Seminars, Workshops, Training Programmes, Awareness Programmes.
Presently, a group of lady students who are financially backward are given free training in computer Applications
It is proposed to introduce a short term course in Fashion Designing
Secretarial Course to be introduced.
Training in Candle Making, Embroidery
Training in Reiki
Legal Literacy Programme
Health Awareness Programme.
All departments have department associations which are formed as a forum for students of a particular department for their academic as well as extracurricular talent enhancement.
Where learning is a passion
The perfect Environment for academic excellence
A Stimulating mix of teaching and learning styles with an outstanding research record and academic excellence in Science, Arts, Social Sciences and Languages.
Number of Degree programmes with opportunity to select from a wide range of different subjects. Courses
An ideal collegiate system that offers you supportive and secure base for pursuing studies and social interests
An enriching blend of academic and cultural life with numerous programmes of music drama , dance , and sports along with special interest clubs and societies to provide the intellectual, cultural and social refreshment needed to complement the studies.
With Cental Computing Facility, Mar Ivanios supports a Campus-wide network ideally suited for an e-learning environment, which offers opportunity for everyone to develop key computational skills and regular access to the world of IT enabled e-learning resources
The National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) , of the University Grants Commission is the leading organisation of India that ensures quality and excellence in higher education, and accredits higher education institutions of the country.
Mar Ivanios College was one of the first few institutions of the country and Kerala State to be accredited by NAAC in 1999. The NAAC report(1999) has highlighted Mar Ivanios as \\\".. one of the best run Institutions of the Country \\\".
In 2004, the University Grants Commission , New Delhi has identified Mar Ivanios College as one of the few selected colleges of India as COLLEGE WITH POTENTIAL FOR EXCELLENCE.
The Mar Ivanios College has submitted its Reaccreditation Report in November 2004 and is all set for Re-accreditation by NAAC in January 2005.
|Adithi C. Nair||BA Economics||I Position [A+]|
|Lekshmi||BA English||I Position|
|Heba Varghese||BA English||II Position|
|Arsha||BA English||III Position|
|Akshara A.K.||JMC&VP||I Position|
|Parvathy R. S. Nair||JMC&VP||II Position|
|Keerthana Mannayam||JMC&VP||III Position|
|Ashima Gopan||BSc Mathematics||III Position|
|Anjali Anand||BSc Chemistry||I Position|
|Gauri Binayak||BSc Botany & Biotechnology||III Position|
|Parvathy M.S||MA English||I Position|
|Gowri S||MA English||II Position|
|Sreeja Thankaraj V||MA English||III Position|
|Akhila Baby M||MA Malayalam with Media Studies||I Position|
|Teena Jose||MA Malayalam with Media Studies||II Position|
|Syam Raj S||MA Malayalam with Media Studies|
|Binitha S.D||MSc Chemistry||I Position|
|Anuja V. S||MSc Chemistry||II Position|
|Amritha R. S||MSc Chemistry||III Position|
|Divya N||MSc Chemistry||I Position|
|Parvathy Ramkumar||MSc Mathematics||II Position|
|Anjana S. Venu||MSc Mathematics||III Position|
|Sree Lekshmi C. A.||MSc Physics||I Position|
|Anagha S. V.||MSc Physics||II Position|
|Ashly Mathew||MSc Physics||III Position|
|Feba Ben Thomas||MSc Zoology||I Position|
|Sonia John||MSc Zoology||II Position|
|Dinu N||MSc Zoology||III Position|
|Anjana Devi S||MCom||I Position|
|Arya A. T.||MCom||II Position|
|Reshma Roy||MCom||III Position|
|Amith Sidharth||MTTM||I Position|
|Vishnu V. S.||MTTM||II Position|
|Chinnu Mary Joseph||MTTM||III Position|