The ubiquitous student groups are what set SJPP apart from other institutes in India. Here the like-minded gather to work together toward a certain goal. From togetherness comes success and this feature of life here, certainly adds spice to the lives of the students.
The students are a part of a number of clubs formed at the departmental level. These clubs organize several events during the semester that cater to the technical temperament of its students.
The clubs have organized several events such as Aptitude Tests, Quiz, Declamation, Error debugging, bike racing, face painting, rangoli, teachers day celebrations, etc.
- Industrial Visits
- Annual Day
- Blood Donation
- Alumni Meet
- Talent Hunt
- Athletic Meet
- National Day Celebrations
Going on a Educational trip means more than simply leaving the college grounds. Educational trips should always have a major educational element, but the impact of Educational trips can extend much further. The importance of Educational trips includes giving students the chance to build closer bonds with their classmates, experience new environments and enjoy a day away from the classroom
- New Sights:-When students and teachers are together outside the classroom, new educational environments and experiences are possible. Students may have the opportunity to observe many things that are not available at college.
- Bonding:-Getting away from the everyday atmosphere of the classroom gives students an opportunity to spend time with each other in a new environment. Students may be able to spend much of the Educational trip day in small groups, observing, chatting and learning about each other.
- Informal Learning Environment:-Educational trips provide valuable educational opportunities away from the classroom, without using textbooks and other tools used in a normal college setting.
- Fun:-Students will have fun with their friends and they also may return to the Classroom with a renewed focus on their college work.
Industrial and R&D development of a country is linked to the type of technical manpower produced by technical institutions. To make optimal use of facilities, expertise and know how available in technical institution. Some of the alumni associated with SJPP Damla are: SJPP Alumni
Engaging in after-college sporting events gives children the opportunity to be active and get plenty of exercise. In turn, being physically active makes them healthier by improving strength and flexibility. Children who participate in sports are also more likely to maintain a healthy diet and have higher levels of physical and cognitive energy.
The Polytechnic has good infrastructure for sports & games. The activities include various outdoor games like Basketball, Volley Ball, Badminton, Cricket, Kabaddi and Football and indoor games like Table Tennis, Chess, Carom and gymnasium room. Annual Athletic Meet and Inter departmental competitions are held during the semester. Students are encouraged to participate in Inter college competitions and Inter Poly sports meet.
Sports & Physical Activities:- The institute has excellent facilities for the following types of activities.
Indoor Games:- Table- Tennis, Chess & Carrom.
Out Door Games:- Cricket, Football, Volleyball, Basket Ball, Badminton & Kabaddi.
Health Club:- The college gymnasium has a multigym trainer, a cycle, a jogger, etc.
A parent-teacher meeting is a short meeting or conference between the parents and teachers of students to discuss children’s progress at school and find solutions to academic or behavioral problems. Parent-teacher conferences supplement the information conveyed by report cards by focusing on students’ specific strengths and weaknesses in individual subjects and generalizing the level of inter-curricular skills and competences.
For teachers, when a parent comes in on a set date planned well in advance, it means both parents and teachers get a chance to sit down for five to 10 minutes to solidify their partnership. Teachers and parents can use these moments to establish a rapport and develop a common goal that focuses on helping your child have the best college experience possible.
Parent-teacher meetings can help develop a successful partnership between parents and teachers, an important aspect of your child’s academic and social achievements. Teachers often introduce parents to their teaching style, discipline methods and classroom policies early in the year.
A main ingredient of the parent-teacher conference is exchanging information with the teacher about your child’s academic progress and social development. This can include everything from how well she does in math to how she spends her recess time. Writing down your questions about her school day and listing the things that concern you most will help save time and ensure you cover the important topics. Ask your child how she feels regarding school, what she likes or dislikes and what areas she finds difficult. This will help you prioritize the issues you want to address. Her teacher has likely prepared well in advance for the conference and may have questions as well, or provide insight into issues new to you, such as your child’s shyness about reading aloud.