Student Activities


The catch- word for the government sponsored social service programme is "Not me but you". The objective of this programme is ‘service to community//. It seeks to arise the social consciousness among students and provide them with opportunities to work with people creatively and constructively and to put the education they receive to concrete social use. In process these programmes help students to develop thir personality and experience. These objectives are sought to be achieved by enabling the students to :

1.      Understand the community in which they work.

2.      Understand themselves in relation to their community.

3.      Identify the needs and problems of the community and to look for solutions in which they can be involved.

4.      Develop among themselves a sense of social and civic responsibility.

5.      Apply their education in finding practical solutions to the problems of the individual and of the community.

6.      Develop competence required for group living and sharing responsibilities.

7.      Gain skills in mobilizing community participation.

8.      Acquire leadership qualities and democratic attitudes.

9.      Develop capacity to meet emergencies and natural disasters.

10.    Practice national integration.

National Service Scheme programme include a special seven day day-night camp in an adopted slum area imparting education and rendering community service. A certificate is awarded to each student who participates as an N.S.S. volunteer regularly two years and completes at least one special camp. There are ten units of N.S.S. in our college, three units for girls and seven units for boys. 100 volunteers enroll per unit hence 1000 students enroll as NSS volunteers each year.

The names of the programme officers are :

      Dr. Ashok Kumar Pandey (In-charge): Department of Mathematics
      Dr. Umesh Pratap Singh: Department of Eco
      Dr. Rajesh Kumar Garg: Department of Hindi
      Dr. Sanjay Kumar Mishra: Department of Botany
      Dr. Sonali Chaturvedi: Department of Botany
      Dr. Ashima Ghosh: Department of Political Sci
      Dr. Anil Kumar Shukla: Department of Mathematics
      Dr. Ashok Kumar Pathak: Department of Physics

Tarun Shanti Sena (TSS)

Tarun Shanti Sena (TSS) is a social cultural forum of students of the college. Some students voluntarily take the membership of TSS, raise fund and elect an executive to organize different activities, TSS provides a platform to all the students of the college to show and improve their intellect and develop skills to interact with each other. For this purpose, TSS organizes different competitions like debate, essay writing, poetry writing and general knowledge etc. at college level. TSS also organizes seminars and group discussion on current affairs. Celebrities /Intellectual of the city are invited to chair these programs.

TSS publishes a monthly wall magazine "Tarun Mitra" which is very popular among meritorious students of the college.

Dr. R.P. Singh, Associate Professor of Mathematics, is the director of TSS


"Challenges is part of life .............. take it in your stride knowing that you will win most of the times. Lose sometimes but, become a better man either way for having tried."


National Cadet Corps existed in Ewing Christian College since 1950//s to ignite the minds of cadets with the motto - UNITY AND DISCIPLINE to develop qualities of character, courage, comradeship, discipline, leadership, secular outlook, spirit of adventure, ideals of selfless service and bring peace, prosperity and bliss to the nation.


1.      Lt. Ajin Ray

2.      S.Lt.  Thomas Abraham


  • There are 2 naval divisions of 50 cadets in each division. The total strength is 100 and 30% seats are reserved for girls.
  • Training forms the backbone of N.C.C. which inculcates in the cadets the traits and qualities of resourcefulness, positive thinking moral and courage. The cadets are required to attend 120 periods per year which includes parade, firing, pulling, sailing, semaphore, rigging service lectures etc.
  • Every year cadets attend CATC, Pre-Nausainik, Nausainik, Pre-RD, Republic Day, N.C.C. Day, Ship Attachment, Sea Training, Advance leadership camps etc.
  • In the month of February ‘BEE// and ‘CEE// certificate examinations are held. Cadets find these certificates of immense value while seeking employment.
  • Since 2002 about 32 cadets have been selected in inform services viz., 10 in Armed forces, 4 in Coast guard, 4 as security officers in Reliance and 14 in Police force.
  • Both the ANOs have been awarded and honored for their performances in workshops, camps and seminars.

Thus N.C.C. is a noble Endeavour in E.C.C. and we must continue to do what it takes to keep the organization, vibrant, relevant, contemporary and attractive to the youth of today. Lastly I quote - "You have to prepare yourself to win".

Moral and Religious Education (M.R.E.) AND CHAPEL

Moral and religious education is a co-curricular activity of the college, which is open to all B.A. and B.Sc. students. MRE tries to inculcate good moral values in students, provides knowledge of various religions and helps to enable the students to make efforts to "Study to show thyself approved unto God". MRE includes two activities:-

Moral and Religious Education classes

Christian activites



MRE classes are conducted on every Monday and Tuesday from 9:00 a.m. to 9:45 a.m. from August to January. MRE classes include lectures on moral values, different religions and comparative religion. Students are asked to make project on given topics. Final examinations are held in February


Christian activities:-

 Christian activities include:-

(1)  Daily worship service in the College Chapel from 9:45 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. .These services are conducted by Christian staff and Christian students. People from outside the College are also invited to share the Word of God.

(2)  B.Sc and B.A. First Year assemblies are taken by the Presbyter Incharge, Jumna Church, Allahabad.

(3)  Inaugural Service of S.C.M.

(4)  Special prayer for the students before each assesment & examination

(5)  Christmas-function for college students.

(6)  Christmas-function for college staff.

(7)  S.C.M. Pakhwara in which chapel is conducted by the Christian students.

(8)  Thanksgiving and Baccalaureate Service followed by Holy Communion and closing function of S.C.M. in March before the final examination.

Student Christian Movement