All over the world Christmas is celebrated on 25th December every year. Bringing the spirit of Christmas in I.T. College we organize many activities, White Gift Service, the College Christmas Candle Light Service, the S.C.M Pageant, the Faculty and Staff family get-together and a very special programme for our Karamcharis and their families.

Introductory assembly gives the glimpses of upcoming Christmas activities.
The audience is introduced to the story and significance of the Christmas through presentations, skits etc.

The Christmas Pageant is always one of the most anticipated events among all the Christmas Activities. Christmas pageant explains true meaning and significance of Christmas. The SCM students put in a lot of effort into the pageant and take us all on a journey of Christmas.

White gift service gives us an opportunity to share our blessings with the under privileged. As it is written “God Loves A Cheerful Giver” ,the staff and students generously brought gifts in cash and kind wrapped in white paper. These gifts were later distributed among the Karamcharis and the underprivileged in various slums. The college motto, we receive to Give is reinforced as teachers and students come forward and give gifts for the needy in the white gift service. This service is the most awaited service of the Chandbagh family. The SCM members encourage the entire college community to share their abundance with those who are less privileged. This service was instituted by the founding mothers of our institution and it fulfills the motto of the college.

To fill the atmosphere of Chandbagh with Christmas carols, a beautiful candle light service is held in the college every year. The choir dressed elegantly in white sarees, render mesmerizing and dynamic Christmas carols, these carols beautifully blend with bible readings and tell the story of Christmas. Christmas cake and coffee are shared by all after the programme around the specially lit up bonfire.

Karamchari Christmas is a time when we share our joy with the college karamcharis and their families. The SCM Sunday School Committee usually trains the children of the karamcharis for a Nativity Play, which they perform in front of their families, faculty and students. Many games are also organised for the karamcharies and their families. The highlight being the ‘TUG-O-WAR’.