Human Rights Week Day 1

Human Rights Week
Day 1

Human Rights Cell (Nivaraan) is one of the actively functioning cells under the able leadership of our director Fr Jerald D’souza SJ & Ms Pauline Priya, Principal. The theme of human rights week was chosen on the current topic based on several research and meetings carried out month before. Human Rights week begun with Intra-class competition. Human rights week events were monitored by faculty co-ordinators Ms Aiswarya Chandra & Ms Lincy Joykutty. Day one of human rights week had great response from young & dynamic students. The essay writing competition had submissions from all the classes on the theme of human rights issues during the pandemic. There were close to 35 registrations for essay writing and 13 registrations for poetry competition. Eminent panel members judged an event Mr Abhimanyu Kumar, writer & poet. Ms Tejaswini U, renowned personality. After several scrutiny process, winners were been identified. Ms Aiswarya Chandra along with student volunteers took part in inaugural ceremony of Human Rights Day 2021 at SJC.

Poetry competition:
1 st Place- Miriam Jacob (I B.Com LLB)
2 nd Place- Poornima Kadav (IV BA LLB)

Essay writing competition:
1 st Place- Roshan Jacob (II LLB)
2 nd Place- Hari Krishnan (I BA LLB, A)

Human Rights Week
Day 2

The second day of Human rights week was celebrated with a very colourful portrayal of human rights issues through painting and collage making. The winners of these competitions were awarded cash prizes. Human rights cell had identified Painting and collage making competition in order to bring skills of students towards visual arts also to convey message through visual arts the issues faced by society. All events were submitted through online. Events were mailed to valuable judges through mail. Judges for collage making event was Mr Rohan Chinappa, alumnus of SJCL as well as associate of King Stubb who constantly reviewed all entries and declared best ones. Mr Thomas Alexander, great artist who evaluated each and every painting and identified winners. The artwork was been judged on the originality of the idea and creativity.


Painting competition:

1 st Place- Don Davis (I LLB)
2 nd Place- Malika Nath

Collage making competition:
1 st Place- Shashi Shamir Dhanwar (I BA LLB)
2 nd Place- Anushree N P (III BBA LLB)

Human Rights Week
Day 3

Day 3 of Human rights week,SamvidanadaHaadiyallisupporting school talents in cricket areidentified to be trained and polished by Rahul Dravid academy.Shri Nawaz Aman a former cricketer & the head of a leading cricket academy has volunteered to undertake an activity to identify, nurture and promote sporting talents from the most underprivileged sections of the society. The underprivilegedsections often fail to get the right opportunities to prove their talent. There is a greater need to remove the classiest biases in the field of sports.

Sadhbhavana or fraternity is often described as 'the glue that binds our Constitution'. Cricket on the other hand is the religion of the youth. SamvidanadaHaadiyalli wholeheartedly supports initiative to identify the raw talent from anywhere in Karnataka, polish them in the best cricket academies for broad basing and nurturing the sporting talents in India.Keeping above mentioned objective, former cricketers Sri Sendhil Kumar and Shri Nawaz Aman inaugurated an event.This inspired many young sports players especially underprivileged students. Following which there was a documentary screening and discussions regarding the same. Mr. Ashok Maridas initiated the discussion. These two events were hosted on the third day in the St joseph’s college of law.Event concluded with group photo session.

Human Rights Week
Day 4

Theme: International Day of Commemoration and Dignity of the victims of crime andgenocide and of the prevention of the crime and defenders. Students prepared case studypresentations on different genocides and similar events in history. The discussion wasengaging and enriching for all those who participated.The discussion was moderated by Mr. Ashok Maridas. Entire exercise helped students to critically analyse into various genocide issues and draw readings into cases. St Joseph’s College also participated in an event. Several arguments about cases enriched students with thought provoking session.

Human Rights Week
Day 5

“Insaniyat” was an intercollegiate event. Students of various institutions participated towards documentaries of the human rights issues faced by people in the last two pandemic years. The final day of the International Human Rights Day was presided by director Fr Jerald D’souza SJ and Guest speaker for valedictory session of Human rights week,Alternative Law Firm founding member Mr. Aravind Narrain who spoke about the concept of human rights, the history of the UDHR and the fundamental rights under the Indian constitution.It enriched students with valuable message.Valedictory was conducted in zoom platform. Documentaries were judged by eminent personalities Mr Subash Babu, Mr Velu Shankar & Mr Vishnu T Hari. Two best Documentaries was screened and brought facets of society. Winners of entire Human rights week was declared. There were tireless efforts put by students which had lot of learning experience.

Students along with faculty coordinator Ms Lincy Joykutty who participated in valedictory ceremony of Human rights 2021 at Indian Social Institute,Bangalore.Ms Varsha & Ms Prateeksha participated in Inaugural song. There was complete participation in Human rights vigil as well as oath taking ceremony.


3rd Place- Loyola Degree College, Nishant Aggarwalla, Rukhsar Banu A, Priyank DN, Hemanth G

2nd Place - Loyola Degree College, Binouy D’Costa, Sana Fathima, Kusuma S Rao, Rahul Chettri,

1st Place - St. Joseph’s College of Law, Malavika B

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