Aims and Basis of SCMI
The SCM seeks to be a Student Community which enables students:
- to become committed to Jesus Christ as Lord, Saviour and Liberator
- to understand critically and participate creatively in the total life of the university
-to become aware of the contemporary social realities and be involved in the the
struggles for fuller humanity
- to participate in the life of the Church for its mission, renewal and unity.
To this end:
To initiate, facilitate and coordinate programmes for:
1. Worship and Study
2. Fellowship and Caring
3. Action and Reflection
The word of God, revealed in the Bible, active in history and witnessed to by the Holy Spirit.
SCMI seek to work for justice and peace whenever and wherever it is denied thus take interest in realising fuller humanity, and to motivate student community to develop leadership skills for transformative action in the society. Issues like human rights, gender sensitivity, water justice, Dalits & Adivasi/Tribal rights, issues of globalization, issues of sexuality, inter-faith relations, interfacing science and faith, media education, leadership development, peace & conflict resolution etc.
Activities: SCMI encourages re-reading of the Bible, organises field exposures, work camps, campaigns for Dalits and Tribal rights, fellowship programme for Dalits and Tribal students, dialogues on inter-faith peace relations, Science and Religion, gender and human rights issues, and leadership training, film festivals and many more.