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The College offers a variety of facilities to promote the well-being of students. The Non-Resident Student Centre (NRSC), HELPLINE, Health Care Centre add to the ambience on the campus. The Library has a facility for Photocopying. The College has a well established internet centre for the benifit of students. The Student's Hostel with a resident student strength of 250 keeps the campus coming with youthful activity. The Language Lab is a pointer to the changing trends in Audio-Video. Eg: Teaching and Learning. The Studio is indicative of yet another move towards self-reliance.
- Carmel Gym - Energy mobilizing centre with equipment for exercise.
- Canteen - Hot, delicious food available at reasonable price
- Carmel Counselling Centre - Where, emotional support and personal help is provided. Professional counselling is available with prior appointment on all days of the week.
- Library - A nodal centre for study and reference, with computerized facility for access of books, modern referencing possible through CD ROMs and internet.
- Internet and Computer Laboratories: Easy global access at the tips of fingers.
- Helpline - Where stationary needs are met.
- Student's Hostel - with a resident strength of 250 keeps the campus coming with youthful activity.
- Language lab - is a pointer to the changing trends in Audio-video.
- Carmel Studio is indicative of yet another move towards self-reliance.
- Women's Centre for emerging trends in Women's Education.
- Health Care Centre offers immediate medical help.
- Bank - The Syndicate Bank Branch for banking needs on the campus
- MASCOM Lab - Commerce, Management and Secretarial Practice student's access the web or meet together for project presentations.
- Media and Value Education Centre - Nodal point for audio visuals, libraries with readin room facility.
- St. Agnes Prayer Hall and Convent Chapel - An abode of the divine, a sanctuary to pray and find peace.
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- Computer Lab
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Students Activities & Clubs
Computing for stimulating intellectual activity, the students learn the dynamics of a computer and use it for higher learning.
- To impart knowledge to the students
- To create awareness on the current trends in computers
- To test the knowledge of the students
- To improve Analytical & Logical skills
- To bring out creative talents
- Cartoon Drawing
- Puzzle Solving
The members taught members of the Women's Centre to prepare documents using MS Word and to make simple calculations in MS-Excel. "Allumer" was a contest conducted by the club for 'Agnofest' Intercollegiate Science Festival, where they also brought out a newsletter. Various competitions that required computer skills were conducted in the college, which included cartoon drawing, chart making, quiz on computers, collage, and programme coding
Working towards Peace and Harmony, the students promote peace conciousness across religions, cultures and nations. Through interfaith prayer sessions, lectures discussions and other peace promoting programmes the Harmony Clubs helps in the spread of Peace.
THE HARMONY CLUB was initiated in the year 2006, to serve an urgent need of spreading peace amongst all, and to widen the knowledge of different cultural and religion practices across geographies. The Club has conducted several talks and competitions every year, especially on the occasions of major festivals of various faiths, namely, The Nativity of Mother Mary, Krishna Janmashtami, Christmas, Id-ul-Fitr, Onam, Nagara Panchami, and others. Guest lectures on the essential concepts of various religions, competitions like 'Pookulum', 'Crib Making', 'Mehendi Design', 'Rangoli', 'Pot designing', 'Quawali' are among its attempts to foster a respect for each other and emphasise the congruence in human values across faiths and communities. 'Gandhi Jayanthi' and 'Peace Day' are significant days that the Cell uses to promote harmony in the campus and in its surroundings.
N.C.C. Guides and provides an suitable environment to develop Discipline, Responsibility, and Dynamism among the Students. This wil help the Students to not only join the Defence Services, but it will also help NCC Certificate Holders to avail various incentivs by State and Central Government in the field of Academics as well as Employments.
The N.C.C. is one of the allied forces of the defence force. Here Cadets are trained like soldiers and trained to face any kind of hardships that come their way, and lead disciplined lives. The Cadets meet for regular parade every Saturday afternoon. They form the guard of honour for various college functions, and also celebrate national festivals. Annual features are parade at Nehru Maidan, Mangalore on Republic Day and Training Camps and National Integration Camps.
This Club seeks to create awareness on environmental issues through its activities. Students are encouraged to take membership in the Nature Club. They are provided opportunities to study and admire the environment and thereby understand the need to conserve nature's bounty.
THE NATURE CLUB which has "Nurture Nature" as its motto, observes Environmental Week every year, with activities related to its objectives. They also participated in the 'Vanamahotsava' programme organized by Mangalore City Corporation. Competitions are conducted for students to increase their love for nature and develop awareness about its conservation. At the same time, guest lectures by individuals who have made a mark in the area of nature conservation and environmental protection, have been arranged during the last six years. Films based on relevant issues, for example, "Worshipable Plants ~ Myth or Truth" were screened for members.
Activities 2015 - 2016
Nature Club, Rangers Association and Women's cell organised a guest lecture on Significance of Breast Feeding and Awareness on Breast Cancer to commemorate the International Year of Breast Feding on August 08-08-2015. The Resource Person was Dr. Aruna Kamath
The College runs the National Service Scheme(NSS) with a unit of 100 members. The NSS provides training in leadership and service opportunities to the members. It effectively channels the energy and interest of the students into areas of social, cultural and community development. Agnesians deem it a privilege to be members of the NSS. Members put in 120 hours of work per year and work as volunteers for two consecutive years. A student who fulfills these conditions is awarded a certificate by the University. The Mangalore University makes allowances for students who have a record of service in the NSS to the PG Programmes.
- Dr. Nancy Vaz M. Com. Ph. D Programme officer UNIT I
- Dr. Uday Kumar B. M. A., M. Ed., Ph. D. PGHDF Programme officer UNIT II
THE NATIONAL SERVICE SCHEME (N.S.S.) focuses on the development of the personality of students through community service. Hence their activities cover a wide range of areas, such as environment/wasteland development and water conservation, health and family welfare, work in schools, hospitals, orphanages and homes for the destitute, training programmes and guest lectures, and some competitions.
The NSS has launched a mega watershed management and development project at Kiram, Vamanjoor, and Asaigoli, Derlakatte. They have been involved in cleaning drives in the campus; at Pilikula Nisargadhama, at St. Agnes Special School, in an adopted village at Neermarga, at Lady Goschen Hospital and Thaneerbhavi Beach.
In the area of health and family welfare, their contribution has been in the conduct of dental camps, AIDS awareness programmes, blood donation camps and participation in The World Health Marathon Rally, and in workshops on "Healthy Living" and "Sex and Sexuality".
At the various centres that they visited, they served in various ways like training children in dance, song, craft, etc.; holding evening classes for the academically weak; equipping school children in techniques of various sports and games and collection of materials for the poor and the needy. The Awareness programmes organized by them include an inter-collegiate workshop on teenage problems and a University-level workshop on Water Management and Development. Volunteers attended several seminars and camps- a five-day training programme on "Cultural Ambassador" at Dharwad, and a "National Integration Camp" at Bangalore being two of them.
The N.S.S. unit of St. Agnes College has several achievements to its credit. In 2006-07, Manjusha Hebbar, a member, represented the University at the National Day Parade at Delhi, which Hardika Shetty represented the University on the same occasion, as well as at the State Republic Day Parade, Bangalore. These two members received the Indira Gandhi NSS Awards for 2006-07 at Chennai and along with the NSS Programme Officer, Mr. Charles S. Pais, received the Mangalore University Award as well as the State Award during the year. Ms. Jyothna P.J. repeated the feat of her seniors by representing Mangalore University in the State Republic Day Parade the following year and she led the contingent which won the first place for March Past.
The N.S.S. unit was instrumental in St. Agnes College, receiving the prestigious international "Jimmy and Rosalyn Carter Partnership Award" for the work done in watershed management and development.