Multi-taskers all the way!

Multi-taskers all the way!

Proud To Be Jainites

Multi-taskers all the way!

Sri Bhagwan Mahaveer Jain College, J C Road is popularly known as SBMJC by its students. The students of this college are multi-taskers, many of them studying while taking care of their family businesses also. Others juggle college and coaching classes, while also preparing for their CA and CAT exams.  Most of the students are highly enterprising and busy planning their futures.

“I want to start my own company once I am done with my education. I cannot work under somebody else and this is the right college to be in if you want to succeed in the business field,” says Siddharth, a 2nd year BSc student.

Hinglish is the language most used after class hours. “Most of us converse half in English and half in Hindi. As many of us hail from North India we feel at home by blending both languages. It’s also a lot of fun and helps us to bond with our friends,” says Rishitha, a 2nd year BCom student.

Although there is no playground on campus, the college has made arrangements for two playgrounds within a radius of 3 km for sports activities. Most of the students love sports, and the college has produced good performers in athletics, badminton, basketball, cricket, table tennis, lawn tennis, hockey, volley ball, swimming, snooker and handball.

With both girls and boys keenly participating, Sports Day is a much awaited event with all the SBMJC branches competing with each other.  “I joined this college as it actively encourages people who are into sports. Since I play tennis and need to travel for tournaments, the management supports me wholeheartedly,” says Yaash, a final year BCom student.

 “The college provides us with some of the best facilities and infrastructure,” says Hemanth, a 1st year BSc student.  This is one college in Bangalore which is also liberal in its dress code. Students are not forced to wear salwar kameez and formals all the time.
 “This is largely thanks to our forward thinking  principal and teachers,” say the students in unison.