Where education is fun

Where education is fun

Proud To Be Shadys

Buzzing With Activity : An outside view of Seshadripuram College.

Seshadripuram College is one of the oldest colleges in the City, which has carved a niche for itself over the years.

The students here are famously known as ‘Shadys’. What most students love about this college is that it does not give the students the feel of a restricted environment.

“Learning,” they say, “is fun here and the teachers are very cordial and approachable.” Coming to college is something most students look forward to.

Most of the students here are locals. Even among the hostellers, most of the students are from the State.

There are very few students who are from outside. The most common language spoken in college after class hours is ‘Kanglish’.

The best thing about the college, according to many students, is the timing.
Classes start from seven in the morning and it usually winds up by 11.30 am or latest by 12 noon. Many students prefer this as they believe that it gives them ample time to go for other courses after class and also many of them use this time to catch up with all their friends and enjoy their college life to the core.

Shruthi S R says, “I am very happy to study at Seshadripuram College as there are very good teachers and the student crowd is also very nice.”

“All of us are like one huge family and we love each other’s company. We also cannot do without each other. We don’t feel like going home after college hours,” she adds.

A positive thing about the students of this college is that there is a sense of unity.

For college events, all the students get together and work hard. Another special thing worth mentioning is events like rangoli, dance and singing competition that happens a day before any festival.

Likitha says, “I feel good to come to college as it is a great place to be in. There are no restrictions on dress, teachers are not rude and most of all, our canteen is really great. We have the best food at really low prices.”

Many students boast about their canteen. Shwetha H K says, “The food in our canteen comes from ISKCON, we get sweets which are made out of pure ghee with many dry fruits put in. It tastes very good and the prices suit our pockets.”  

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