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Participated in a fashion show organized by ARN group

III semester and v semester students of FAD Department had participated in a fashion show organized by ARN group on 30th September at TAJ VIVANTA. The renowned designer Shilpi Choudary guided them to design the garment.
The theme for the show was “Dazzling”. Each student took dazzling as inspiration and designed a collection for the same. The sparkling shiny effect was very much evident in their garments and it was an electrifying show.

Tarang+ “ Ek Level Up” Waves of Talent

College cultural events are some of the most happening events in the city. The inauguration of Tarang+ an intercollegiate sports and cultural fest organized by T.John Institute of Technology took place on 22nd and 23rd September, 2017 had a filmy touch, as Sandalwood artists Mr. Sathish Ninasam Ms. Sindhu Lokanath Ms. Sowjanya, RJ @ FM 91.1 – Radio city, Ms. Hemalath, VJ @ Udaya TV and Mr. Chandu Gowda were present at the inaugural function and congratulated the management, organizers and the participants from more than 60 colleges across Bengaluru, Chikkaballapur, Kolar and near by places.
The theme of Tarang+ is the concept of pulsating and appreciating the imaginative instincts and acts of brilliant and talented students of various colleges to bring out their hidden talents. This was a very precious moment for T. John Institute of Technology hosting Tarang+ – Ek Level Up, an intercollegiate fest because aside from the fact that this event underlines our college success in its realm of imparting education, it also witness the showcasing of talents of the young-buds of different institutions and rewarding cash prize to the best students in various spheres.
The formal function was presided by Dr. H N Thippeswamy, Principal, TJIT and Dr. Mahesh T R, Professor and Head, Department of Computer Science and Engineering as well as Tarang+ Coordinator. The two days fest attracted more than 1500+ students across 60+ colleges across Bengaluru, Chikkaballapur, Kolar and near by places. Various events like Classical, Non-Classical singing, dance, Rangoli, MIME, Skit, Mad Ads, Drama, Innovative dress competition, Short movie contest , Best Selfie, debate, Collage, quiz and Fashion show were organized under cultural events category. Football, Kabaddi and Cricket were organized under sports category. These events were organized for students below 18 years and above 18 years separately. All events were held at different venues simultaneously for two full days. More than one lakh was given as cash prize to the winners.
Veteran Experts in their respective fields like award winner Dr Rajalakshmi – Singer, Ms Sowmya – Singer, Mr Goutham recognised International Dancer, Miss. Priyanka Preeth – Miss North Karnataka 2016, Miss. Priyanka Shetty – Model and Actress and many more obliged our request to judge the events.
Our sponsorers, the pillars of support for this event are Shakthi Sanitation, Sunrays Printing, IBIZ Engineering, Go tours & travels, Anspro, J V Global, UBI, Sheryll Interiors, Gate Forum, TCS, RGS, Sumukh Enterprises, Game pride, MJ enterprises, Technolab, Matrical Technologies pvt. Ltd, IBS, Avasarala Technologies Ltd., Prolific Technologies pvt. Ltd., Techlogik pvt. Ltd, Renault, LS International, Vodaphone , Pinata, Campus Space, Prompt Computers and many more.
Tarang+ concluded on a high note, as everybody danced for the Live in musical concert by Ms. Sinchan Dixit – a famous playback singer in Kannada film industry.

Above 18 years Category: Winners and Runners of Tarang+ “Waves of Talent”

Sl No. Event Winners Runners
1 Solo Song (Classical) NMKRV College, Jayanagar Surana College, Jayanagar
2 Solo Song (Non-Classical) Dayanand Sagar College of Engineering Surana College, Jayanagar
3 Group Song (Non-Classical) T John Institute of Technology Dayanand Sagar College of Engineering
4 Group Song (Classical) Surana College, Jayanagar
5 Quiz Christ University, B.G.Road Krupanidhi College
6 Debate Surana College, Jayanagar Surana College, Jayanagar
7 Solo Dance (Classical) T John College of Pharmacy Christ University, B.G.Road
8 Solo Dance (Non-Classical) Surana College, Jayanagar T John Institute of Technology
9 Mad Ads Sindhi College, Hebbal
10 Skit Surana College, Jayanagar
11 Mime APS PU College, N.R.Colony
12 Foot Ball St. Hopkins College Christ University, B.G.Road
13 Gully Cricket Lorven College, Bengaluru Kaveri First Grade College, Anekal
14 Kabaddi S.L.N College Of Arts & Commerce Oxford Engineering College
15 Group Dance (Classical) Christ University, B.G.Road T John Institute of Technology
16 Group Dance (Non-Classical) Oxford Engineering College T John Institute of Technology
17 Innovative Dress Competition T John Institute of Technology
18 Fashion Show S F S Degree College, Electronic City Jyothi Institue of Technology
19 Rangoli BTL Polytechnic Lorven College of Science & Management.
20 Collage T John Institute of Technology
21 Short Movie T John Institute of Technology

Below 18 years Category : Winners and Runners of Tarang+ “Waves of Talent”

Sl No. Event Winners Runners
1 Solo Song (Classical) Viajya PU College, Basavanagudi
2 Solo Song (Non-Classical) Viajya PU College, Basavanagudi
3 Group Song (Non-Classical) SVR College
5 Quiz Vijaya PU College, Basavanagudi Viajya PU College, Basavanagudi
6 Debate BTL Polytechnic NKMRV College, Jayanagar
7 Solo Dance (Classical) Surana College Oxford PU College, Bommanahalli
8 Solo Dance (Non-Classical) AL-ameen College, Lalbagh Rd NKMRV College, Jayanagar
9 Mad Ads Holy Spirit PU College, BG.Road
10 Skit S.V.R.PU College
12 Foot Ball PSBB Lerning Leadership Academy PSBB Learning Leadership Academy
13 Gully Cricket V.E.T PU College Oxford PU College
14 Kabaddi Swamy Vivekannand PU College, Chandapura APS PU Colllege
16 Group Dance (Non-Classical) SVR PU College, Chandapura BTL Polytechnic

ETHNIC DAY by T John College

The ethnic day was celebrated at T. John College, Bangalore on 16th September 2017, highlighting the concept of Unity in Diversity. The myriad cultures were represented to portray the deeper sense of multiplicity and plurality that India beholds. The colourful events for the day started with the judging of the Pookalam competition by Dr.Pratiba Agarwal, Ms.Pavithra Jatin and Ms.Poornima who also judged the cultural events. The cultural programmes commenced at 10:30 am where the six departments portrayed the concept of Unity and Diversity through various cultural forms. The programme highlighted the fact that India is the hodgepodge of harmony. The prize distribution ceremony witnessed the achievements of the students on various fronts. The overall trophy for the “Ethnic day- 2017” was secured by the Computer Applications Department for their exhilarating performance in Pookalam and Cultural events. The overall sports trophy was secured by the BHM department for their tremendous contribution in the field of sports. The college and the university sports winners were lauded along with the winners of ‘the Lead India’ competition. The prize distribution was followed by a fashion show and Singari Melam. A delicious Onam Sadhya was served to the faculty members which was followed by a tug of war competition. The BHM department won the Tug of War for girls and the MBA department won the Tug of War for boys.

T. John College support to ‘Rally for Rivers’ Campaign by ISHA Foundation

The NSS Unit of T. John College initiated the participation of students of the college to partake in the mammoth rally organized by the ISHA foundation.
The mega bash happened at Palace Grounds on 9th September 2017 between 5pm and 7pm. The buzz was already on with T.John College becoming part of the event when volunteers from ISHA came to the college and briefed the students about the campaign. The rally for rivers is a concerted attempt to rejuvenate our rivers by planting saplings on either sides of the river bed.
There were 84 students, which included 50 volunteers of the NSS unit who represented the college. The students walked for about 3 Kms spreading awareness about the social cause. The event was kicked off with the inaugural address by our Honorable Chief Minister Shri. Siddaramaiah. ISHA foundation Sadguru Jaggi Vasudev address the massive gathering with celebrities adding a dash of colour and contributing in their own special way to the noble cause.
This rally spreads from city to city across India and each one of us could be part of this wonderful campaign by giving a missed call to 80009 80009.
This program was lead by Mr. Arun Kumar.R, NSS Program officer, T.John College under the guidance and support of Principal, Dr.Shikha Tiwari and Vice Principal Ms. Hemalatha Doddamani.

Teacher’s Day Celebration

In India 5th September is celebrated as Teacher’s Day as a mark of tribute to the contribution made by teachers to the society. 5th September is the birthday of a great teacher Dr. Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan, who was a staunch believer of education, and was a well known diplomat, scholar, President of India and above all a Teacher. Teachers mould the lives that they influence because the lessons learned from teachers remain with their students throughout life. We should always respect our teachers.
Teachers need encouragement and support from the community to feel that their devotion to students is appreciated. For the same reason, The celebration was held at T John Institute of Management and Science (TIMS) on 05.09.17. Students decorated the college campus with the decorative items like ribbons, hanging, balloons and many more on the Teacher’s day. The faculties were welcomed warmly with shower of flowers. Each of the faculty had a greeting card on their desks wishing them a Happy Teachers Day.
Post lunch i.e. 1.45 p.m. onwards, a function for teachers was organized by the students. When the faculties entered the Seminar Hall, they were welcomed with badge & a flower. The function started with a video dedicated to the teachers, followed by introductory speech by students and address by Prof. Swarnalatha V (HOD, TIMS), which was then followed by cultural activities and games like lemon and spoon, musical chair for teachers.
The event was concluded by the reviews of the teachers and finally it was followed by the cake cutting by the teachers.


Department of Fashion & Apparel Design students Metro life Deccan Herald Fashion show- 2017 held on 2-9-2017 at Dayananada Sagar College and won fourth place. The participants were Ms.Ruksar, Ms.Ansumala, Ms.Unnimaya, Ms.Amrutha, Ms.Riya, Ms.T.Thiyomi, Ms.Heenal, Mr.Akash, Mr.Sanjay & Mr.Sajal. The theme was “BOLD MOVES” – Inspired by elegance of Egyptians – Recreating the feeling of wonder and awe in the natural world, and the excitement and impressions. A strong palette with a wide range of energetic colors balanced by high pastel tones and a solid base of dark shades. The collection was unique, exquisite and creating the mystical world of Egypt. The theme depicted simplistic view of the world, and an eagerness to embrace ancient art and styles of Egyptian. All these garments are exclusively hand painted & stitched by students. A rare combination of culture and tradition mix with modernity. These great masterpieces are reproduced giving new forms & drapes of elegance depicting heritage and tradition. The Show was sponsored by Reliance Trends in collaboration with Deccan Herald.
The show was appreciated in Metro Life Deccan Herald NEWS paper-
“T John College bagged the fourth prize of gift vouchers worth Rs.35,000/-.The handmade and hands painted outfits were heavily inspired by old world Egyptian style.
Exotic headgear and colorful neck embellishments were combined with printed dresses that had hand painted drapes which were revealed later in a surprise twist”
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College Education, Employability & Career

Congratulations! You are now officially a part of the T.John family.

Graduation may seem a long time away.

Time to sit back and unwind??!!!

Definitely take some time to chill out but making an action plan for your college years could be the key to getting the dream job you have set your eyes on.

Employability seems to be the buzz word of the moment. If we Google the word, you get some shocking snippets like

50 per cent of Indian graduates not fit to be hired: report (

India Graduates Millions, but Too Few Are Fit to Hire (The Wall Street Journal)

So what is employability? If we break it all down: employ-ability, the word suggests that it is your ability to secure a job and function effectively in it.

Why all this hype about this word?

Put yourself in the place of your employer. Why would you hire one person over another?

This is more than about marks secured and knowledge required. It is about being able to put the knowledge in to practice and draw on a range of skills such as confidence, communication, body language, adaptability, resilience, team work, etc to be efficient in your job.

Your degree and marks are of course important. But what distinguishes you from your fellow graduate?

Here are 5 steps to future career success that you can take during college.

  1. Get your CV up to scratch: You are right. You have just joined but we are not asking you to write a perfect CV for a job. We are asking you to look at the perfect CV’s online that are written for your dream job. That way you can learn about what you need to do to get your CV up to scratch. Identify the areas you have to concentrate on before your graduation, the online courses you can take during breaks, internships you can apply for during summer based on CV’s floating in the market.
  2. Internships: Apply speculatively to companies asking for career-related work experience. This will usually be unpaid or underpaid but can be a great way to get a foot in the door of your ideal organisation and real experience of your chosen career. When approaching companies, you need to be clear on what you are looking for and make sure you send a CV and a covering letter. If you are successful in getting one, your job prospects receive a massive boost over other applicants.
  3. Online Courses: These days there are a lot of free online courses on the market for every discipline of study. T.John’s faculty members can help you identify the courses which could enhance your employability. Take these courses during breaks. You can even get a certification if you pay a minimum amount.
  4. Maximise your college experience: Consider joining a sports team or a club, perhaps taking a committee role. Make the most of your time on-campus.
  5. Soft skills: Education is an essential tool for achieving sustainability. But with the current economic development trends, education alone does not suffice. Education, awareness and training are the key towards sustainability. Employers looking out to fill their vacancies, look for not only technical skills or adequate experience, they also look for soft skills. Soft skills contribute to a person’s ability to manage him/herself and relate to other people. So polish your soft skills. We at T.John help our students put their best foot forward in the corporate world with our Skill Development Center. Through the center, it has been conceived to impart relevant job–oriented training to students alongside their university curriculum. The first program of the centre will be on “Enhancing Soft Skills” – a 40hrs program, with a certification at the end of the program. The purpose is to groom our students towards positive attitude, acceptable body language, listening skills and effective communication, resulting in better placements.

The world is wide, options are numerous but we at T.John believe in guiding our students through a planned, tried and tested path to ensure success. Welcome to T.John.