Trips reinforce experiential and contextual learning and are a way of enhancing classroom learning by making real world connections. The Field trips and outbound trips at CMR PU are researched, planned and executed for grade specific learning outcomes. We therefore encourage all the students to participate and experience the real world scenarios to enrich their college term with us.

Anushka Bose - Interned at Canasu Dream Foundation

“I was given the chance to take part in the World Exposure Programme hosted by the institute and it was an amazing experience. I worked at Canasu Dream Foundation as an intern. As someone with zero work experience it really helped me boost my practical skills. Not to forget, it helped me gain a lot of confidence as well. I improved my verbal skills as I gave presentations on the research work I did and that  simultaneously helped me acquire a lot of knowledge about various AI tools which I never knew existed.I worked on researching about free AI sites that is on resume builders, interview guides, personality sites etc. and then turned them into videos which were later uploaded on YouTube.

To conclude, I would like to say that my overall experience there was amazing.I definitely have gained a lot of positive traits from my time there and it has been great interning there.”

Jerome Thomas - Interned with Fitbots

“I am incredibly grateful for the opportunity provided by the Work Exposure Program (WEP). My one month internship at Fitbots has been really transformative. The experience at Fitbots was highly satisfactory, allowing me to grow both personally and professionally. I want to express my sincere appreciation for your efforts in organising and facilitating this internship. Your commitment to connecting students with valuable industry experiences is very commendable.Thank you for believing in my potential and for enabling me to embark on this lovely journey.The knowledge and skills gained will undoubtedly help me in my future endeavours.”

Work Exposure Program

The Work Exposure Programme (WEP) is an opportunity for students to learn about different work areas and develop the understanding required to succeed in those professions. The WEP offers students carefully curated opportunities for students to work in a professional setting for 6-8 weeks and gain real-time experience on what it takes to succeed in the workplace. They also learn to take on challenges, meet deadlines and exceed expectations at a young age. They also understand nuances of the professional environment, such as teamwork, time management, discipline, decision-making, networking and more.

In 2023, students were offered over 130 internship opportunities with leading organisations in Bengaluru. From design internships to social experiences, our students came out with wonderful reflections on what it means to be in the workplace. They also received glowing recommendations from our partner organisations.

Leema Jacob - Job shadowed a Software Developer

Leema had the opportunity to shadow Mr.Mohammed Imran, IT Infrastructure and Technology Head of Acubel IT Solutions.She had the opportunity to see daily tasks. She was also introduced to software, how it’s developed and its uses. She had the opportunity to listen to client interactions and custom requirements . She was also able to understand and see the role, responsibility and the lifestyle in the IT sector. She was impressed with the immense amount of learning and corporate exposure opportunities she had.

Chetana N - Job shadowed a Cardiologist

Chetana had the privilege of job shadowing Dr.Lalchand, who is a Cardiac Surgeon at Manipal Hospitals.She had the opportunity to go on a daily rounds following up on the patients with recent surgery, interact with the doctor and the team to understand their roles, responsibilities and lifestyle. She was also able to understand the educational and career path she needs to follow from now in order to become a successful cardiologist in the future.

Job Shadowing Program

As an institution, we believe in equipping our students with the necessary tools and insights to make informed decisions about their future careers. The Job Shadowing Program offers a unique chance for our students to spend a day shadowing professionals in a field of their interest, providing them with invaluable real-world exposure and firsthand experiences.

Anugraha - Service Learning Program

An initiative to care for our community. The SLP program focuses on teaching students on how to give back to the community by raising funds and providing for their needs. The prime focus for the Academic year 2023-2024 was making our environment cleaner and greener and providing for the basic and learning needs of Jyoti Seva School for the Blind. Funds are raised through food fests and raffle tickets and the proceeds are used to plant saplings, care for them and also provide Brailes, note books, sanitary needs, basic daily essentials, groceries etc. to the Jyoti Seva School for the blind children. It is an enriching experience for our students to do an activity that is selfless.

Inter College Fest - Paradox

The most awaited event of the year which is completely student led is Paradox, an inter-college fest where colleges from all over Bengaluru are invited to participate in various competitive events ranging from academic to extracurricular. Events conducted are related to Science, Commerce, Literature and Culture. It is an opportunity for students to participate and exhibit their talents. It is an all-day event with various exciting competitions that require skill and careful execution by the participants. The highlight of the event is the food corner, with the mouthwatering dishes it has to offer.

High Days

It is essential that the students are aware of various significant days and events we practice and observe in a calendar year. The students are welcomed into the campus with Fresher’s Day, where they get to break the ice by showcasing their talents.

Other significant days that are observed and celebrated in the campus include Student Council Elections, Environment Day, Independence Day, Karnataka Rajyotsava etc.

Wellbeing Sessions

It is rather important for students to know how to deal with stress, peer pressure, develop self confidence etc. All of this is achieved through the well being sessions that the college counsellor conducts every month educating the students with the know-how to tackle challenges.


Every month students gear up for different kinds of competitions. It could be Literary, Ethnic, Art, Drama, MUN or more. These events give the students an opportunity to showcase and discover their hidden talents as it provides them with the platform to explore the unknown.


Our students have the opportunity to enjoy time off Academics by engaging in the various club activities organised for them. They can be a part of the Literary, Entrepreneurship, Culinary, Sports and the Arts clubs. Activities specific to each club are conducted every week with the best performing club winning the ‘Best Club Award’ at the end of the Academic Year.

The co curricular spectrum in our institution ranges from conducting monthly competitions, wellbeing sessions,community service (Service learning Program) to celebrating important days.Our students not only exhibit excellent Academic Knowledge but also showcase a wide range of hidden talents. They bring our institution recognition and reputation by participating and winning in various Intra college and Inter College Fests that are held throughout the Academic year all over Bangalore. They have consistently excelled in the field of music, dance, beat boxing, product launch, best manager, debate etc. Our dance team is our pride as they have won at every fest they have participated in. We take pride in our Munners as we have been winning awards for the Best Delegate and Best Foreign Policy paper in the MUN events held all over Bangalore.


Our students have shone in every sphere of activity. In the first year, the students brought home the Overall Best College trophy from Josephs for the Eco fest. They have consistently excelled in music – winning in Disha, Invictus, Sargam, Vivum,  etc. Our dancers have also won awards of the likes – breakthrough performer in Disha. We have also been winning awards for the Best Delegate and Best Foreign Policy paper in MUN. Other events like Shipwreck in an Interschool event saw us win both first and third place. We held our Tedxyouth@Brookefield which helps students to understand detailing, curating and organizing an event of a magnitude that is seen by millions.


DPS Model United Nation

At the recent, DPS MUN held in the last week of June 2018 our students proved that they were truly a cut above the rest. They bagged six special mentions which is a commendable feat.

Best delegate in Bundestag German Parliament – Imad
Commendable delegate in International Press Corps – Sufiyan
Special mentions –  Faisal, Benita, Saurav, and Shreyas also received

Kudos to all of you.

6th International Convention at IIT Kharagpur

K.Swetha, an alumnus of our college, was part of the Spic Macay meet at the recent 6th International Convention at IIT Kharagpur from the 3rd to the 9th of June 2018. The week not only helped them forge friendships that went beyond borders but had renowned experts showcasing the intricacies of various dance forms. The participants were mentored by experts ranging from well-known theatre enthusiasts Shabana Azmi and Javed Akthar, Grammy award-winner Vidyan Vikku Vinayakram, abhinaya guru Kalamandalam Amaljith, the legendary Bharathanatyam danseuse Vidushi Priyadarshini Govind and Koodiattam proponent Vidyan Margi Madhu. Watching these artists performing live was truly an out of this world experience.

Bi Frost 2018

Our students raised the bar with their top-notch skills, that were brilliantly displayed at Bifrost 2018 the Annual Intercollegiate Commerce fest held at St.Joseph’s junior college we bagged the 1st place in Simulation and Finance, coming second in Best Manager. We take pride in our students who were adjudged the best 3rd overall team.

Transcendence 2018 Science Fest – St. Josephs Boys' High School

Taking a leaf out of the practical applications of Science in “Transcendence 2018” a Science Fest held at St. Josephs Boys High School, our students Rijuth and Swapneel proved their mettle and bagged the 1st place among 32 teams in QRIOSITY an event that required them to hunt for hidden treasures, followed by Shikar and Shaid coming third.

Not to be left behind were Dushyant and Yashas who secured the 2nd place among 10 teams in RECIRCUIT with a stellar display of their innovative streak in the field of Electronics.

Spoorthi 2018

Proving that they are truly a cut above the rest, our young learners computed with a host of colleges in Spoorthi 2018 a Commerce fest held at Jain PU college on the 6th and 7th of September 2018. They stood second in college and secured third place in Product Launch and Devil Follows (A game which uses non-verbal clues to locate puzzle pieces).

Impressions 2018

Our students proved their mettle and won a number of accolades at the DPS fest Impressions 2018 by competing against 57 schools and colleges.


Congratulations to all our winners.

Achievement in the field of Innovation

Here is a list of achievements of our students in the field of innovation

  • Pranay K.K.V., of II PUC (PCMC), won 1st place among fifty – 11th and 12th graders in “Techkriti” – an Open School Championship held in Kanpur in January 2016. Among 5000 participants from across India, the top 50 were shortlisted for the final round. He won a laptop for his design of the “Next-Gen-Eco Road Cleaning Machine” which will make India a cleaner place to live in.
  • PESIT Amateur Scientist: Two teams from our college took part in the science fest organized by PESIT. The team consisting of Justin, Nihal and Shoaib designed a method of increasing the efficiency and reducing the emissions of automobiles by using water. They clubbed several ideas, added their own ideas and built an electrolytic cell which was experimented on a motorbike and won them the 2nd place.
  • Out of the 150 teams participating in Celeritate Science 2015, our college team consisting of Suhaas and Shasank G, won the 5th place. They designed an RC car without using a micro-controller. The car had to drive through a path consisting of steps, slopes, potholes, sand, a blind tunnel and turning table within the given time.
  • HP CODE WAR: Students participated in HP Code war. A Program coding competition in C++, JAVA and Python.

The Winning Recitation

Geetha Gokula participated in the State Level Bhagawad-Gita recitation (110 Slokas) conducted by ISKCON, in Chittoor on 4th September 2016, finishing in 2nd place.

Magnanimous Spirit

In our efforts to enrich the learning experience in Government Schools, our College is trying to reach out to the students of the Govt. Higher Primary School, Hennur and the Govt. Primary school, Kacharakanahalli. The students were overjoyed on receiving colouring books and a box of crayons.

Upon the anvil is the distribution of stationery, textbooks, and notebooks, conducting competitions, workshops, and sports events, entertaining them by screening movies, creating social awareness and providing them with basic amenities like restrooms. This is but a humble beginning that will surely make a huge difference in the lives of these little children.