Literary programs are devoted to discovering students' potential as effective writers and are capable of developing their cutting-edge skills. It attempts to improve the literary abilities of students as well as their logical thinking, sense of interest, and capability to talk with confidence. Additionally, it provides an opportunity to develop their literary abilities and learn to enjoy various genres of literature.
To introduce students to the literature of various languages
To improve the literary abilities of the students
To encourage students to have an interest in art.
To boost students' self-esteem and develop their abilities to deal with interpersonal difficulties
To cultivate in students a love of the language and to improve their creative abilities.
To foster students’ ability to think critically and independently and to instill a sense of self-assurance
To enhance and promote original writing.
To raise daily awareness and support healthy inclinations like reading and independent investigation
To develop different perspectives of appreciation for literature in the students
To encourage the students’ skills for creative writing and expression
To help students in developing a feeling of literary appreciation while also allowing them to explore the depths of literary criticism and analysis.
To dispel any uncertainty about language proficiency that may still be there in one's mind.
To assist students in cultivating their personalities so they can feel good about themselves.
Student publications like literary magazines provide additional learning opportunities for students to practice and engage in their writing craft as an extracurricular activity. Students take the rigorous writing instructions from the classroom curriculum, practice, and invest their effort and time into sharpening their writing skills and intermixing the creative process with the writing process. There is a sense of ownership and pride in the writing process because when they submit to magazines or bulletin boards, they are more conscious of the fact that people will read their work. Furthermore, the students involved in the publication process are also exploring and practicing for Institution and the workforce. Student publications help students develop important life skills through collaborating on ideas, working in teams, setting objectives and deadlines, solving problems, keeping records, using technology, and other exercises. The publication experience also exposes students to and develops their talents in various academic and professional sectors, such as editing, publishing, writing, teaching, graphic design, etc. Student publications give writers and other production team members the chance to hone skills they have learned in the classroom while also giving them a creative outlet.
Students are additionally encouraged to publish their writing outside of the Institution's creative arts publication on digital publication sites by creating an approved list of reputable online publication alternatives such as blogs.
The goals of the institution are indeed the holistic development of the students. In order to achieve this, the institution is doing everything possible to ensure the overall growth and progress of students. Whether it be in the academic, sporting, artistic, or literary spheres, the Institution places the highest focus and concern on the development of its students.
The institution provides students with ample possibilities to contribute literary works to institutional publications such as bulletin boards, manuscripts, blogs, and the yearly magazine. Students are motivated by the Course Teachers, Class Advisors, Directors of the Students’ Council, and the Principal to involve themselves in literary activities like writing essays, articles, poems, short stories, reports, drawings, and research articles. The literary works of the students are published in the Institutional publication after editing and reviewing by the staff in charge. Training sessions, guest lectures, workshops, etc. are organized wherein experts impart training to the budding student writers.
The major publications of the Institution are:
Student Manuscripts – A distinctive trait of the Department of Kannada is the publication of student writing in the form of Manuscripts each year. The original handwritten contributions of the students are published as bound magazines, class-wise. The same is made accessible to students for reading in the library.
'Philochittara’ - Fine Arts Association of the Institution publishes this work every year. This publication features a collection of student paintings and drawings. This also made it accessible to students for viewing in the library.
'Philovani’ and ‘Antharanga’ – These two are the niche weekly wall-board magazines of the Institution. They provide space for publishing a variety of student literary works, such as essays, articles, poems, short tales, reports, drawings, and research articles. 'Philovani' is the official newsletter of the Institution.
Philoprabha’ - Is the Annual magazine of the Institution. This magazine publishes selected literary works of the students written on the theme of the year theme and in a variety of languages.
Subject Wall Magazines - Each department publishes a subject wall magazine that showcases student writing on a specific subject. A new issue is released once every two weeks.
Business World – Business Administration
Avalokana – Kannada
InfoLook – Computer Science
Lingua Franca – English
Jagruthi – Social Work
Flora-Glory – Botany
Zoo Elysium – Zoology
Chemiluminescence – Chemistry
Physics World – Physics
History World – History
Caliber – Political Science
AD Infinitum – Mathematics
Spandana – Sociology
Bhasha Sindhu – Hindi
Philo Spark – Physics
Anavarana – Social Work
Math World – Mathematics
Aavishkar – Comp. Science
Commerce Boutique – Commerce
Numerous student works that have appeared on subject bulletin boards, institutional publication boards, annual magazines, and blogs testify to the involvement of students in the writing, editing, designing, and publishing processes. Students can be writers in every sense of the word, and it is important to use student publications as a way of assisting student authors in realizing this for themselves, as well as their place on the publishing spectrum and the wide range of readers they can reach through Institution, community, and online venues. Student publications undoubtedly aid writers and editors, who are also students in their writing and creative processes. This can only strengthen the already rigorous academic writing instruction in a curriculum and better prepare students for life and work after their education. Student publications fill the gap between creative and academic writing in the curriculum, and the potential readership is essentially endless given the variety of sharing spaces available for them (bulletin boards, institution libraries, home coffee tables, business waiting rooms, as well as the myriad electronic means). Best of all, young writers who are engaged, self-assured, and prepared to write for actual audiences outside of the classroom are generated by student-produced creative arts publications.
The Institution did not encounter any significant difficulties or resource shortages when putting this practice into action.
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|Commerce World – Commerce||VIEW|
|Business World – Business Administration||VIEW|
|Avalokana – Kannada||VIEW|
|InfoLook – Computer Science||VIEW|
|Lingua Franca – English||VIEW|
|Jagruthi – Social Work||VIEW|
|Flora-Glory – Botany||VIEW|
|Zoo Elysium– Zoology||VIEW|
|Chemiluminescence – Chemistry||VIEW|
|Physics World – Physics||VIEW|
|History World – History||VIEW|
|Sameekshitha – Sanskrit||VIEW|
|AD Infinitum– Mathematics||VIEW|
|Spandana – Sociology||VIEW|
|Bhasha Sindhu – Hindi||VIEW|
|Philo Spark – Physics||VIEW|
|Anavarana – Social Work||VIEW|
|Math World – Mathematics||VIEW|
|Aavishkar – Comp. Science||VIEW|
|Commerce Boutique – Commerce||VIEW|