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This is the official logo of Edu-Clubs the initiative of Excel Group of Schools, Thiruvattar, Tamil Nadu.

Template:COI Edu-Clubs is a model Polity and an initiative of the Excel Group of Schools, Excel Complex, Thiruvattar. It includes 11 Clubs where students from the Excel Central, Global & Higher Secondary School shall participate. It was inaugurated on August 10, 2013. A total of 1155 students of the three schools shall be participating in the Edu-Clubs for the Academic Year 2013–14. The Wikipedia Club, which is one among the 11 Edu-clubs is the India's first Collaboration initiative for Wikipedia in a School.[1]

Structure

Template:Wikisource Template:Wikisource The Structure has two branches. One is functional and the other is political. The functional aspect being the activities of the clubs. The political aspect revolves around the structure, constituency and bureaucracy with which the clubs are governed. The norms, rules and regulations have been laid as articles of the Constitution of the Clubs. The Constitution consist of a total of 208 Articles. In the administrative wing the students are elected through various levels, democratically.

All students above 5th grade, from the Excel Central, Global and Higher Secondary Schools, shall be admitted to the Clubs. As of now a total of 1155 Students shall be accommodated in all the 11 Clubs.

Edu-Clubs structure map.

Delegates Communion

Every Club consists of a Delegates Communion, which includes a maximum of 105 students from Excel, Central, Global & Higher Secondary Schools. The 5th and 6th graders shall be included as Volunteers while the 7th and above graders shall be called Delegates. Out of the total 105 seats, 35 is allocated for the Volunteers and 70 seats for the Delegates. The Volunteers shall be remaining as observers to the political activities in the Delegates Communion. They possess neither the Right to Vote nor the Right to Contest in any of the elections. But on the other hand, the Delegates shall possess the Right to Vote and the Right to Contest for the Collegium, Senate and Secretary Elections.

Club Collegium

The 70 Delegates of each Club shall be Electing 7 Members from themselves to the Club Collegium as per the Election Code. The seven elected members shall be electing a Secretary from among themselves by consensus voting. This Collegium shall be directly controlled by four coordinators, specially trained teachers who come under the Associate Head, the chief Co-coordinator.

Chamber of Deputies

Parallel to the Collegium, Seven Deputies shall be selected from the Delegates Communion to the Chamber of Deputies purely upon merit basis. Unlike the Club Collegium, there shall be neither reservation nor elections in the Chamber of Deputies. The Seven deputies shall be selecting a Secretary from among themselves by consensus voting. This Chamber of Deputies shall be directly controlled by two Instructors, who have profound knowledge over the relevant subject of the Club. The instructors shall come under the Resource Person who shall be the subject head of the said Club.

The Associate Head is the chief of the Club Collegium while the Resource Person is the Chief of the Chamber of Deputies. Both the officials shall be directly under the Head of the Club who is a Commissioned officer. Similarly there shall be 11 Head of the Clubs for whom there shall be a Chief called Chief of Head of the Clubs.

Clubs Senate

File:Edu-Clubs Chart.png
The administrative hierarchy of the Edu-Clubs system as per the Clubs Constitution.

From the Club collegiums of every Clubs two of their Collegium Members shall be nominated by the Secretary to the Assembly I of the Clubs Senate. The members nominated to the Senate shall be called Senators. With every Collegium maintaining two Senators in the Assembly I there shall be a total of 22 Senators. Similar to the Collegium the Chamber of Deputies of every 11 Clubs shall be nominating 3 members each to the Assembly II of the Senate. There shall be no reservations in Assembly II. So there shall be 33 Senators in in the Assembly II. In total there shall be 55 Senators.

These 55 Senators shall be electing from themselves, the contestants for the elections of Chief Secretary through the Senate Elections. The Senate Elections shall be conducted in the Joint session of the both assemblies. Any Senator is eligible to contest for the Senate Elections. The contestants who secure the top five number of votes shall be contesting the Election of Chief Secretary. The Delegates from the Communions of all the 11 Clubs shall be Electing the Chief Secretary. This Chief Secretary along with the 55 Senators, 77 Collegium Members, 77 Deputies, and 22 Secretaries shall be governing the 385 Volunteers and 770 Delegates of the entire System for one full year term.

Clubs

The Director of Clubs release the Clubs Constitution and the Chief of HOCs receiving them.
  1. History Club
  2. Literary Club
  3. Environmental Club
  4. Maths Club
  5. Geography Club
  6. Wikipedia Club
  7. Polity Club
  8. Philosophy Club
  9. Space Club
  10. Science Club
  11. Theatre Club

Inaugural Ceremony

  • Date : 10 August 2013
  • Venue : Excel Auditorium, Excel Schools, Thiruvattar.
  • Time : 4.30 UTC
  • Presided by : Dr. Sree Kumar, Chairman, Excel Group of Schools
  • Introducing the Clubs : Smt. Brinda Sree Kumar, Principal, Excel Group of School
  • Welcome Speech : P. Gopalan, Administrative Officer, Excel Group of Schools
Senators Campigning during the 1st Senate Election, 2013
  • Inauguration of Clubs
History Club : S.R. Arul Raja Selvan, Professor, Department of History, Nesamony Memorial Christian College, Martandam.
Literary Club : M. Sebastian,(Retired), Professor, Department of English, Scott Christian College, Nagercoil.
Environmental Cub : S.K. Edwin Gladson,Principal, Little Meads Matriculation School, Palliyadi.
Students voting during the 1st Chief Secretary Election, 2013
Maths Club : J.R.V. Edward,Controller of Examinations, Scott Christian College, Nagercoil.
Geography Club : Austin John Manohar, Professor, Department of History, Nesamony Memorial Christian College, Martandam.
Wikipedia Club : Theni M.Subramani, Administrator, Tamil Wikipedia.
Polity Club : Danabal Singh, Professor, Department of Tourism Management, Nesamony Memorial Christian College, Marthandam.
Philosophy Club : Jeyasekar, Professor, Department of English, Nesamony Memorial Christian College, Martandam.
Space Club : S. Ingersol, Scientist, ISRO - LPSC, Mahendragiri.
Science Club : S. Ingersol, Scientist, ISRO - LPSC, Mahendragiri.
Theatre Club : Saviour Dhas, Professor, Department of English, St. Judes College, Thoothoor.
  • Vote of Thanks : Dr. Oliver John Snyder, Teacher, Excel Central School.

Elections

The 12 sealed ballot boxes of the Edu-Clubs Chief Secretary Election 2013-14 in the Chamber of the Director of Clubs.

Senate Election

Senators

Each Club nominated 5 of its Delegates to the Clubs Senate. Of this, 2 were nominated by the Collegium Secretary to the Assembly I and 3 by the Secretary of the Chamber of every Club to Assembly II of the Clubs Senate. A total of 55 Delegates were nominated to the Ist Senate from all the 11 Clubs. All the 55 nominations were accepted by the DOC and all of them were appointed as Senators.

Polls

Out of the 55 Senators 54 of them participated in the Polls. 10 of the Senators contested for the Senate polls. The Campaign begin by 12.30 P.M on 2 September. All the 10 Contestants campaign among the Senators. The polls was conducted on 2 September 2013 2.30 P.M. IST. Out of the 10 Contestants 5 of them, who secured maximum votes were selected and was appointed as the Additional Secretaries. Additionally One contestant from EGS was appointed as the Additional Secretary by the Director of Clubs directly under Article 40(EC).

Chief Secretary Election

Based on the 6 Additional Secretaries elected through the 1st Senate election the election for the Chief Secretary is conducted on 11 September 2013. The polls begin at 9.30 A.M IST simultaneously for all the 11 Clubs in eleven separate voting booths. All the 4th graders of the Excel, Central, Global and Higher Secondary Schools are also included in the polling process with a separate booth. The 12 voting booths are accommodated in the Auditorium hall which was converted as the Polling Station. Two polling officers were assigned per booth with the Head of the Club over-seeing the poll process.

Electorate & Schedule

A total of 1364 students from Excel, Central, Global and Higher Secondary Schools cast their vote. This includes a maximum of 105 members per each club. Additionally the 4th graders of all the three schools were also included in the electorate list which brought an additional 249 students into the clubs fold. The Polling process was broken down into 10 schedules in order to ensure the smooth conduct of the polls. Each schedule ranges between 30 to 45 minutes. Though the polls were expected to be finished by 4.10 P.M. IST, the whole process completed well ahead by 2.20.P.M IST.

By 2.20.P.M IST a total of 1237 votes were polled out of the total 1364. The highest percentage of polling was registered in the Environmental Club with 97.14 while the lowest in the Literary Club with 83.81 percent. The over-all percentage of polling by the time of closure is 90.69.

Polling percentage (Club-wise)
Club-wise vote-sharing/Contestant
1st Chief Secretary Election – Poll Percentage
No Club Polled Votes Total votes Poll Percentage
1 History Club 88 103 85.4
2 Literary Club 88 105 83.81
3 Environmental Club 102 105 97.14
4 Maths Club 97 105 92.38
5 Geography Club 84 97 86.60
6 Wikipedia Club 85 91 93.41
7 Polity Club 87 97 89.69
8 Philosophy Club 88 100 88
9 Space Club 94 104 90.38
10 Science Club 99 105 94.29
11 Theatre Club 93 103 90.29
12 4th Grade 232 249 93.17
Total 1237 1364 90.69

Counting and Results

This chart shows the crucial stage which turned the election results upside-down; Note the vote percentage of Contestant II, whose is the least among all the contestants in the 4th round.

The vote counting was scheduled for 13 September 2014 at 2.30.P.M IST. The boxes of each clubs were separately disclosed and counted beginning with the History Club. The Counting was scheduled as 4 rounds with three clubs per each round. From the first History Club onwards contestants 3 to 6 were well behind the others. But Anandhu and Ajay, Contestants 1 & 2 respectively were fighting neck and neck. After the first round of counting Ajay was leading with 114 votes while Anandhu followed closely with 111 votes. Each round shows similar tight competition. After the third round of counting Ajay and Anandhu were as close as 313 vs 311 votes respectively.

The last round includes the ballots of the Science Club, Theatre Club and that of the 4th Grade. The Science Club and the Theatre Clubs too show similar trends. But the results from the 12th box (4th Grade) changes everything upside-down. Anandhu secured 129 of the total 229 votes while Ajay secured only 32 votes. With a huge sweep in the 12th box Anandhu won the mandate with a lead of 85 votes. Transposing Club-wise, Anandhu made a substantial lead in his home club, the Space Club and slight lead in History and Polity Clubs while Ajay making leads in almost all other Clubs.

While Anandhu Krishna is elected as the Chief Secretary, Ajay the runner shall be handling the office of the Joint Chief Secretary. All the other 4 contestants shall be continuing as the Additional Secretaries.

School-wise vote percentage per Contestants
Grade-wise votes per Contestants
1st Chief Secretary Election – Results (Club-wise breakdown)
No Club Anandhu Ajay Anisha Arnica Nasria Greeshma Spoilt votes
1 History Club 36 33 3 2 3 9 2
2 Literary Club 37 40 0 0 5 4 2
3 Environmental Club 38 41 5 1 7 8 0
4 Maths Club 31 37 9 1 5 13 1
5 Geography Club 29 29 4 7 4 11 1
6 Wikipedia Club 28 32 7 5 9 4 0
7 Polity Club 39 32 3 6 1 6 1
8 Philosophy Club 27 40 2 7 1 9 2
9 Space Club 46 29 3 9 3 4 0
10 Science Club 33 40 9 4 6 4 3
11 Theatre Club 37 40 1 3 6 5 0
12 4th Grade 129 32 23 15 3 24 3
Total 510 425 69 60 53 101 15
The Elected Secretaries of the First Senate of the Edu-Clubs.
Dr. P.R.Nakkeeran, Director, Tamil Virtual Academy, Chennai in an interactive session with the students of Excel Group of Schools.

Oath-taking Ceremony

The Secretaries of the Edu-Clubs was scheduled to assume their Office on 12th October 2013. The Director of the Tamil Virtual Academy, Dr.P.R.Nakkeeran Presided over the Ceremony. In the presence of the Chief of the HOCs, Senators, Secretaries of the Communions, Secretaries of the Chambers, Collegium Members and Deputies of all the 11 Clubs, The Additional Secretaries, Joint Chief Secretary and the Chief Secretary were commissioned by the Director of Clubs.

Club Officials

Oath taking of the HOCs during the Edu-Clubs inauguration ceremony.
The guests of all individual clubs, the Director of Clubs, Chief of HOCs, Vice-Principals along with the Commissioned officers during the Edu-Clubs inauguration ceremony.
Vice-Principals of Excel Higher Secondary School, Excel Central School & Excel Global School with the HOCs.
HOCs of various clubs.

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DIRECTOR OF CLUBS: Dr. Sree Kumar, Chairman, Excel Group of Schools
CHIEF OF HOCs: Brinda Sreekumar, Principal, Excel Group of Schools
SPOKES PERSON: Rajasree, Coordinator, Excel Group of Schools
Student Positions
CHIEF SECRETARY
  • Anandhu Krishna. J.S. (ECS) - Space Club
JOINT CHIEF SECRETARY
  • Ajay. S. (ECS) - Literary Club
ADDITIONAL SECRETARIES [2]
  1. Anisha. J.S. (EGS) - Literary Club
  2. Arnica. D. (ECS) - Polity Club
  3. Nasria. (ECS) - Wikipedia Club
  4. Greeshma. S.S. (ECS) - Maths Club
EDU-CLUBS
No Club Head of the Clubs Resource Person Associate Head Instructors Coordinators Delegates Volunteers
1 History Club Ramesh Babu Sharmila Jiji Valsala Preetha, Anju Fathima Reni, Prasanna 70 35
2 Literary Club Daniel David Gopalan Alish Ravi Scindia, Lekha Naziya,Viji Jasmine 70 35
3 Environmental Club Vasanthi Sakitha Dency Praise Ancy, Sasi Kala Sobi, Vanitha 70 35
4 Maths Club Darwin Prasanth Shiny Adlin, Vanitha Beena, Aruna 70 35
5 Geography Club Saraswathi - Sumathi Shini Gold, Nisha Merjora Vijitha Xavier, Sindhu Rani, Ida 70 35
6 Wikipedia Club Jayakrishnan Vaikunda Raja Anuradha Haritha, Remya Thubashini, Vinojini 70 35
7 Polity Club Raveendran Eliyas Ravidhas Ratheesh, Jenny Jaya Lakshmi, Maria Veronickam, 70 35
8 Philosophy Club Oliver Preethi Ramayyan Sandhya, Anjusha Merlin, Ramani, Santhi 70 35
9 Space Club Ravi Pillay Manjula Krishna Prabha Kalpana, Sheela Vijayakumar Geetha Presilla, Asha 70 35
10 Science Club Casino Smitha Jeba Shumuga Priya, Priya Biji, Jesena, Ezhil Arasi 70 35
11 Theatre Club Simon Vaikunda Raja Daniel Suja, Sandhya, Reshmi Thilaga, Sheeba, Dhanya S Nair 70 35


Slabs

In order to conduct formal meetings and conventions for various level of office bearers, either combined or isolated, the entire hierarchy of student officers and Teachers within the Clubs fold are categorized under various slabs. While the Slabs I to IV includes teachers and that from V to XI includes only Students, the Slab XII includes all the students and teachers combined.

Slabs Office Bearers No of People
Slab I HOCs 11
Slab II Resource Heads 11
Slab III HOCs, Associate Heads, Resource Heads 33+
Slab IV HOCs, Associate Heads, Resource Heads, Co-ordinators, Instructors 80+
Slab V Senate Secretaries 6
Slab VI Sentors Assembly I 22
Slab VII Sentors Assembly II 33
Slab VIII Sentors Assembly I & Sentors Assembly II 55
Slab IX Sentors Assembly I, Sentors Assembly II, Secretaries of Collegiums, Secretaries of Chambers 77
Slab X Members of Collegiums 77
Slab XI Deputies 77
Slab XII All Office Bearers (Teachers & Students) 234+


Special Interest Groups (SIGs)

Edu-Clubs Special Interest Group - Wikipedia

The Special Interest Groups are created mainly for inter-club collaborative activities. The first SIG was created during the fall of 2013 for an inter-club collaboration between the Delegates of History, Polity, Literary, Geography with those of Wikipedia Club on improving the 3 Wikipedia articles Kanyakumari, Kanyakumari District & Nagercoil. The individual Units of separate Clubs will work upon their respective areas for each articles in collaboration with the delegates of the Wikipedia Club. Student enrollment to the SIGs is based on volunteer participation.

Polity Unit

  1. Archana. M.L (ECS)
  2. Aswitha. M (ECS)

History Unit

  1. Deepshika Theres (ECS)

Literary Unit

  1. Fathima Shahana (ECS)
  2. Sharon Sekhar (ECS)
  3. Anshifa Theres (ECS)
  4. Shano. M (ECS)

Geography Unit

  1. Jai Ganesh (ECS)
  2. Vikash. A (ECS)

Activities

First Schedule - 2013-11-06

  • Introduction to Clubs
  • Orientation on Political Hierarchy - Inter & Intra Clubs

Second Schedule - 2013-11-13

Sl. No Club Compilation Primary Activity Supplementary Activities
1. History Club Ramesh Babu, Sharmila Video Documentary on History of the World (Introductory Video) -
2. Literary Club Daniel - -
3. Environmental Club Sakitha Video Documentary on Earth - Next 20 Years (Introductory Video) -
4. Maths Club Shiny - -
5. Geography Club Saraswathi, Sumathi Video Documentary on Making of a Planet - Earth (Introductory Video) -
6. Wikipedia Club Jayakrishnan, Anuradha Navigating Wikipedia - Wikipedia Portals
  • Efficient Navigation
  • Wiki page vs Wiki Portals
7. Polity Club Eliyas, Ravindran, Ravidhass Video Documentary on Monarchy (Britain) (Introductory Video) -
8. Philosophy Club Oliver, Ramayyan Video Documentary on What is Space (Introductory Video) -
9. Space Club Ravi Pillay, Krishna Prabha, Manjula Video Documentary on Into the Universe (Introductory Video)
10. Science Club Smitha, Casino Video Documentary on The 'M' Theory (Introductory Video) -
11. Theatre Club Joel, Simon Movie Screening Great Train Robbery (Introductory Film) -

Schedule III & IIIa - 2013-11-27 & 2013-11-29

  • Topics & Schema Introduction

Topics

Sl No Club Group Member Deputy No.of.Delegates Quest/Theme (Overview) Presentation/Specialization Date of Submission
1 History Club Group I - - 5 Stone Age Neolithic Revolution 01-15-2014
Group II - - 4 Bronze Age Indus Valley Civilization 01-15-2014
Group III - - 4 Iron Age British Iron Age 01-15-2014
Group IV - - 5 Ancient History (World) Middle kingdoms of India 01-15-2014
Group V - - 5 Modern History Cold War 01-15-2014
Group VI - - 6 Wars Religious war 01-15-2014
Group VII - - 5 Empires Mongol Empire 01-15-2014
2 Literary Club Group I - - 7 Clarity in English language Symbols 01-15-2014
Group II - - 6 Clarity in English language Point of Articulation 01-15-2014
Group III - - 6 Clarity in English language Consonants 01-15-2014
Group IV - - 7 Clarity in English language Vowels (Monophthongs) 01-15-2014
Group V - - 7 Clarity in English language Vowels (Diphthongs) 01-15-2014
Group VI - - 7 Clarity in English language Word Stress 01-15-2014
Group VII - - 5 Clarity in English language Sentence stress 01-15-2014
3 Environmental Club Group I - - 6 Global Warming Kyoto Protocol 01-15-2014
Group II - - 5 Energy Needs Efficient energy use 01-15-2014
Group III - - 5 Environmental sustainability Endangered Species 01-15-2014
Group IV - - 5 Pollution Indoor air quality 01-15-2014
Group V - - 5 Waste Management Recycling 01-15-2014
Group VI - - 5 Extinction Holocene Extinction 01-15-2014
Group VII - - 5 Biodiversity Habitat Destruction 01-15-2014
4 Maths Club Group I - - 7 Mathematicians - 01-15-2014
Group II - - 7 - - 01-15-2014
Group III - - 7 - - 01-15-2014
Group IV - - 7 Vedic Maths - 01-15-2014
Group V - - 7 - - 01-15-2014
Group VI - - 7 - - 01-15-2014
Group VII - - 7 Algebra - 01-15-2014
5 Geography Club Group I - - 5 Plate Tectonics Subduction 01-15-2014
Group II - - 5 Ice Ages Last glacial period 01-15-2014
Group III - - 5 Ocean Currents Ocean gyre 01-15-2014
Group IV - - 5 Mass Extinctions Permian–Triassic extinction event 01-15-2014
Group V - - 5 Origin of Earth Supercontinents 01-15-2014
Group VI - - 5 Protected Areas (Natural Parks) Tiger reserves of India 01-15-2014
Group VII - - 3 Climate Paleoclimatology 01-15-2014
6 Wikipedia Club Group I - - 5 Article Improvement Kanyakumari 01-15-2014
Group II - - 5 Article Improvement Kanyakumari district 01-15-2014
Group III - - 5 Article Improvement Nagercoil 01-15-2014
7 Polity Club Group I - - 5 Forms of Government Totalitarianism 01-15-2014
Group II - - 5 Geo-Politics Interventionism 01-15-2014
Group III - - 5 Political Diplomacy Diplomatic Immunity 01-15-2014
Group IV - - 5 International Governance International Court of Justice 01-15-2014
Group V - - 5 Regional Organizations ASEAN 01-15-2014
Group VI - - 5 International Relationship Sphere of Influence 01-15-2014
Group VII - - 5 Sub-national Politics Regionalism in India 01-15-2014
8 Philosophy Club Group I - - 6 Indian Philosophy Karma 01-15-2014
Group II - - 6 Persian Philosophy Avicennism 01-15-2014
Group III - - 5 Chinese Philosophy Confucianism 01-15-2014
Group IV - - 5 Graeco-Roman Philosophy Aristotelianism 01-15-2014
Group V - - 5 Chinese Philosophy Daoism 01-15-2014
Group VI - - 6 Graeco-Roman Philosophy Stoicism 01-15-2014
Group VII - - 5 Indian Philosophy Dharma 01-15-2014
9 Space Club Group I - - 5 Solar System Terrestrial planets 01-15-2014
Group II - - 4 Solar System Gas Giants 01-15-2014
Group III - - 4 Solar System Natural Satellites 01-15-2014
Group IV - - 5 Stars Supernovae 01-15-2014
Group V - - 5 Galaxy Active galactic nucleus 01-15-2014
Group VI - - 6 Universe Dark Matter 01-15-2014
Group VII - - 5 Universe Big Bang 01-15-2014
10 Science Club Group I - - 6 Life Science Medicinal Plants 01-15-2014
Group II - - 6 Life Science Genetics 01-15-2014
Group III - - 6 Physical Science Basic Knowledge on Machines 01-15-2014
Group IV - - 6 Life Science Marine Life 01-15-2014
Group V - - 6 Physical Science India's Space Achievements 01-15-2014
Group VI - - 6 Physical Science Side-effect of Chemicals in day to day life 01-15-2014
Group VII - - 6 Physical Science Energy 01-15-2014
11 Theatre Club Group I - - 5 Short Film - 01-15-2014
Group II - - 4 Short Film - 01-15-2014
Group III - - 4 Short Film - 01-15-2014
Group IV - - 5 Short Film - 01-15-2014
Group V - - 5 Short Film - 01-15-2014
Group VI - - 6 Short Film - 01-15-2014
Group VII - - 5 Short Film - 01-15-2014

Fourth to Tenth Schedules


Phase I

Phase Rating points Activity Schedule Date Club Presenters
Phase I 30 Overview Fourth Schedule 04-12-2013 History Group 1, Group II, Group III, Group IV
Literary Group 1, Group II, Group III, Group IV
Environmental Group 1, Group II, Group III, Group IV
Maths Group 1, Group II, Group III, Group IV
Geography Group 1, Group II, Group III, Group IV
Wikipedia Group 1, Group II,
Polity Group 1, Group II, Group III, Group IV
Philosophy Group 1, Group II, Group III, Group IV
Space Group 1, Group III, Group IV
Science Group 1, Group II, Group III, Group IV
Theatre Group 1, Group II, Group III, Group IV
Fifth Schedule 10-12-2013 History Group V, Group VI, Group VII
Literary Group V, Group VI, Group VII
Environmental Group V, Group VI, Group VII
Maths Group V, Group VI, Group VII
Geography Group V, Group VI, Group VII
Wikipedia Group III
Polity Group V, Group VI, Group VII
Philosophy Group V, Group VI, Group VII
Space Group V, Group VI, Group VII, Group II
Science Group V, Group VI, Group VII
Theatre Group V, Group VI, Group VII

Phase II


Phase Rating points Activity Schedule Date Club Presenters
Phase II 30 Specialization Sixth Schedule 21-12-2013 History Group I, Group II, Group III
Literary Group I, Group II, Group III
Environmental Group I, Group II, Group III
Maths Group I, Group II, Group III
Geography Group I, Group II, Group III
Wikipedia Group I, Group II
Polity Group I, Group II, Group III
Philosophy Group I, Group II, Group III
Space Group I, Group VII, Group III
Science Group I, Group II, Group III,
Theatre Group I, Group II, Group III,
Seventh Schedule 21-12-2013 History Group V, Group VI, Group VII
Literary Group IV, Group V, Group VI, Group VII
Environmental Group IV, Group V, Group VI, Group VII
Maths Group IV, Group V, Group VI, Group VII
Geography Group IV, Group V, Group VI, Group VII
Wikipedia Group III
Polity Group IV, Group V, Group VI, Group VII
Philosophy Group IV, Group V, Group VI, Group VII
Space Group IV, Group V, Group VI, Group II
Science Group IV, Group V, Group VI, Group VII
Theatre Group IV, Group V, Group VI, Group VII

Phase III


Phase Rating points Activity Schedule Date Club Presenters
Phase III 40 Paper Presentation Eighth Schedule 02-01-2014 History Group I, Group II, Group III, Group IV
Literary Group I, Group II, Group III, Group IV
Environmental Group I, Group II, Group III, Group IV
Maths Group I, Group II, Group III, Group IV
Geography Group I, Group II, Group III, Group IV
Wikipedia Group I, Group II,
Polity Group I, Group II, Group III, Group IV
Philosophy Group I, Group II, Group III, Group IV
Space Group I, Group VII, Group III, Group IV
Science Group I, Group II, Group III, Group IV
Theatre Group 1, Group II, Group III, Group IV
Ninth Schedule 08-01-2014 History Group V, Group VI, Group VII
Literary Group V, Group VI, Group VII
Environmental Group V, Group VI, Group VII
Maths Group V, Group VI, Group VII
Geography Group V, Group VI, Group VII
Wikipedia Group III
Polity Group V, Group VI, Group VII
Philosophy Group V, Group VI, Group VII
Space Group V, Group VI, Group II
Science Group V, Group VI, Group VII
Theatre Group V, Group VI, Group VII

Phase IV


Phase Rating points Activity Schedule Date Club Presenters
Phase IV 100 Power-point Presentation Tenth Schedule Yet to be finalized History All Groups
Literary All Groups
Environmental All Groups
Maths All Groups
Geography All Groups
Wikipedia All Groups
Polity All Groups
Philosophy All Groups
Space All Groups
Science All Groups
Theatre All Groups

See also

References

  1. Dinamani, Siruvar Mani, 2013-09-14, page 27, Tamil wikipediavil manavarkal.
  2. As per the nominations made by the Director of Clubs on 2013-09-02, based upon the results of the Edu-Clubs 1stSenate Election conducted on 2013-09-02.

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