BLAZE 2017 sparks off it’s Annual College Festival

On the 16th and 17th of March, 2017, NAAC accredited ‘A’ grade college, T. John College, hosted an inter-collegiate festival – BLAZE 2017. The scheduled events, performances, and contests included music, dance, a number of quizzes, gaming, a football tournament, chef competitions, etc, with eminent celebrities presence, aiding as icing on cake. The fest’s pageant contest, Mr. & Ms. BLAZE was won by Syed Afsar from Aloysius College and Sangeetha Raju of National Degree College. The college’s hotel management department presented its annual food festival, “Lazeez 2k17” which formed another part of the celebrations, alongside, the fashion and apparel design department’s annual fashion portfolio presentation, “dé filé de mode”. The atmosphere across the T. John College campus felt vibrant and young. Dr. Thomas P. John, Chairman of the T. John Group of Institution, along with presence of the Principal, Dr. Shikha Tiwari, and other dignitaries declared the college festival open on the inaugural of 16th March. The on-stage presentations were compered by the ebullient, Ms. Uma Gopal. The event hosted proud associations with a number of organizations, ranging from student solutions to the best food restaurants/services available in the city. Bangalore’s favourite Bollywood radio channel Fever 104 FM covered the event live, with RJ Niki’s electrifying presence at the venue. Another media partner, India’s first English/Hindi news-in-audio app (SunoKhabar – also partnered with the event, via internships at stake with the firm. Overall, all competitions witnessed nearly 600 participants, and fest’s numbers is estimated at around a staggering 3000 on footfall.


T John Group of Hotel Management is Organizing an Indian Food Festival Called LAZEEZ 2K17.

We Invite All The Food Lovers To Attend This Indian Food Festival LAZEEZ 2K17 And Unleash The Taste Of Different Indian Food Recipe.

All The Indian Food Lovers Dont Miss The Chance Of Tasting The Delicious Indian Spices And Flavours. On 16th March 2017.


T John Group Of Institutions Is Organizing An Inter-College fest #BLAZE 2017.
This Fest BLAZE Is Organised Every Year.
This Year We Are Going To Groove The Music Of #DJkarma Who Has Mastered #HIP-HOP, #Disco, Electro House And Much More.
So Don’t miss the fun!!! On 16th March 2017 6.30pm Onwards.

Venue: T.John College
Bannerghatta Road,



John College of Nursing celebrated Lamp Lighting ceremony of 14th Batch B.Sc Nursing students and Graduation Ceremony of 10th batch B.Sc Nursing students on 23rd February 2017 at 11:00 am, TJGI parish auditorium.
The Chief Guest, Lt. Col. SUMA K.S. (Retd.) Chief Nursing Officer, Sagar Hospitals, Bangalore, Guest of Honor, Prof. Sunitha K S, Principal, Rajiv Gandhi College of Nursing, Bangalore, Dr. Thomas P John, Chairman, TJGI, Wg Cdr (Ret’d) David Yohan, Academic advisor, TJGI, Prof. Gladish George, Principal, TJCN and one of the graduates lighted the traditional lamp and inaugurated the programme.
An invocation song was sung by the college choir and Mrs. Monika Paul, HOD of Community Health Nursing welcomed the gathering.
Prof.Gladish George, Principal read out the annual report of the college.
Lt. Col. Suma K.S and Prof Gladish George lighted the lamp of 1st year B.Sc (N) students. Lt. Col. Suma K.S read out The Nightingale Pledge and the students took the pledge by holding lighted lamp in their hand.
Thereafter, the graduation ceremony was held. Guest of Honor, Prof. Sunitha K S, Principal Prof. Gladish George and Chairman, Dr. Thomas P John distributed the certificates and mementos to the graduates. The graduates took the oath read out by Prof Sunitha K S
Academic Advisor Retd. Wing Commander Mr. David Yohan motivated the students with inspirational thoughts. The dignitaries distributed the awards and prizes to the winners in the academics. Mrs.Rosamma Joseph, Asso. Professor proposed vote of thanks followed by Recession of the graduates and Lamp Lighting students.


T John Institute of Management & Science conducted the TIMS HABBA, an inter-collegiate cricket and cultural event, on 10th and 11th of February for the Third time in order to encourage the students to showcase their talents.
The fest was inaugurated by Mr. Roy. M. Raju Administrator TJGI Group and Dr. Bijoy Mishra, Principal-TIMS. Once the fest was declared open by Dr. Bijoy Mishra, Principal TIMS, various on stage and off stage events, were started. The on-stage events conducted were Solo Dance, Solo Singing, Group Dance and Fashion show. The judges for Dance and Fashion show were Mr. Sharath, Mr. Franklin Mr. Nagendra M.J, Who are professional Choreographers and that for singing was Mr. Stephen who is a professional Music Director in Kannada Movies. The off-stage events like Bridal makeup, Mehandi Design, Collage Making and Vegetable Carving were also conducted. Students from various colleges participated in these events with enthusiasm. Overall 19 colleges participated in cultural events. The various winners for the culture events are as follows:
S. No
On stage Events
Off Stage Events
Solo Dance
SSMRV College
Mehendi Design
Florence Degree College
Solo Singing
T.John College of Pharmacy
Bridal Makeup
T.John College of Nursing
Group Dance
Florence College
Collage Making
Vivekananda College
Fashion Show
PES College
Vegetable Carving
Vivekananda College
The winners of the above events were awarded with Trophies and Cash Prizes.
TIMS Habba- Cricket tournament had also a huge turnout of 17 teams from different colleges like The Oxford College, SNR Degree College, Sai Ram Degree College and many more. The tournament was spread over 2 days with 16 matches. The Oxford College of Business Management and Sai Ram Degree College qualified for finals. The Oxford College of Business management won the tournament with a lead of 05 Wickets and got the Rolling Trophy along with the Cash prize and Sai Ram Degree College was declared as Runners Up and won the runner Trophy along with cash prize. Mr. Vinod from The Oxford College of Business Management won the Man of the series. The various trophies to winners were distributed by Dr. Bijoy Mishra Principal TIMS, Mr. Roy M. Raju and Prof. Shijimol HOD TIMS.
The TIMS HABBA 2017 was a grand success. We congratulate all the winners of various events, and appreciate the efforts put up by our faculty coordinators and students of TIMS to make this event a memorable one.

154th Birth Anniversary of Swami Vivekananda

On the 12th of January, 2017, T. John College commemorated the 154th Birth Anniversary of Swami Vivekananda; a day, which is also celebrated as National Youth Day in the nation.

A 20 minute program for the same was flagged off with the playing of the National Song, VandeMataram. Then, a student from IV semester BA(JEP), Supriya Roy gave a brief introduction to the life and works of Swami Vivekananda.

The Principal, Dr. Shikha Tiwari, then addressed the gathering of students and faculty, with greetings and information on the significance of the particular day.

Prof. Sucharita Bannerjee then went on, to deliberate on the contributions of Swami Vivekananda, and an in-detailed biography of the visionary’s life.

The program then concluded with the students and faculty taking a moment to sing the National Anthem of the country.

Congratulations to Mr. Abhijith Prasad

Congratulations to Mr. Abhijith Prasad of MBA I semester for winning bronze medal in Bangalore university- fencing inter collegiate championship-2016-17 (men-EPEE), held on 04/01/2017, at SFGC, Bengaluru.

NAAC visit to T John College

The 3-day NAAC peer team visit for re-accreditation process began from 15th December. The members of the team are Dr. BaishnabCharan Tripathy, Chairperson, Dr.TharsisJoseph, Member Coordinator, Dr. N.VasugiRaja, Member.
The team was received at the main lobby. There was a welcome meeting in the VIP room. This was followed by the Principal’s presentation in the boardroom. The team later visited The BHM, MBA and M.Com department for the presentation and checked the facilities. The team visited the Research cell, Placement cell, Housekeeping, Phoenix and Front Office Lab.
The IQAC presentation was held in the front office lab.This was followed by a meeting cum working lunch with the management at the Prerana Restaurant. The team then visited the FAD department, Language department, computer department and labs as well as the Bio. Science department.
There was a student interact session in the CTL Seminar Hall following which they visited the Alumni cell facility. After tea break the team interacted with the Alumni and parents in the CTL Seminar Hall.This was followed by a very impressive cultural program put up by the students of T John College.The Chairperson of the Peer team congratulated the students for their performance.The team was escorted back to the hotel after the programme.
On Day 2 the NAAC Peer team was received at Principal’s Office. The team visited the Centre for Teaching & Learning followed by presentation. The team later visited the Infirmary, Women Cell, BBA Department, and BA Department for the presentation and checked the facilities. The team also visited Gym & Fitness room where students demonstrated body building & Judo stunts. The team visited UG & PG Library. The lunch was organized in Phoenix Restaurant, followed by visit to NSS Cell, Student Welfare Cell and Student Counselling Cell.
The team visited Boy’s Hostel, Finance & HR Department. There was a Teaching & Non-Teaching staff interaction With NAAC Peer team in the CTL Seminar Hall separately. This was followed by Club exhibition & Document verification.
On Day 3 the exit meeting was conducted where peer team Report (PTR) was shared with the Principal of T John College.

An International Seminar presentation by TJCP Role of Clinical Pharmacist in Cardiovascular Therapy

T John College of Pharmacy organized one day International seminar on “Role of Clinical Pharmacist in Cardiovascular Therapy” on 12th December 2016. Dr K. Ravindranath, Honorable Vice Chancellor, Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, was the chief guest on this august occassion.

1. Dr Alben Sigmani, Head Clinical Research, Narayana Hrudalaya, Bengaluru, spoke on Pharmacotheraphy of anticoagulants. He explained about various anticoagulants and a clinical tool “CHADS” scoring pattern for determining need for warfarin.

2. Dr Scott Gier, Director of Pharmacy, Wyandot Hospital,Ohio, USA, spoke on pharmacist managed warfarin clinic in delivering optimum cardiovascular therapy.

3. Dr Chandrasekar, Professor of Pharmacy, University of Findlay, Ohio, USA, spoke about the scope of Pharm. D in the global scenario. The programme successfully ended with formal valedictory function and the delegates were given participation certificates.