OUR FACILITIES & CAMPUS LIFE
The College Campus is spread on 26 acres of land with abundance of greenery and shady trees all around.
The main college building is a double storied building, it has a grand chapel on the one side and library, archives and Offices are placed on the other side. Right in the middle of this huge building Mahatma Gandhi Hall is situated, it is an exact spot where Mahatma Gandhi sat and gave lecture during his visit in 1932. The class-rooms and offices are placed in the building.
Chapel: with organ & balcony.
Library: with 40,000 volumes of books, journals and other reference material, it has a reading hall with reference books, current journals & periodicals. The computers with are placed in the hall for the students.
Auditorium: with stage and curtains.
Cafeteria (Mess): with seating capacity of 200 students.
Hostels for Single women, men and separate quarters for the married students with families:
Nursery & Creche with care-takers for the students’ children;
College Clinic with visitation of doctors on week days:
Laundry facility: On the campus washer man’s family lives to attend to such needs.
Faculty houses make the outer most ring of the campus along the boundary wall.
Cricket field (also used for Foot-ball) and other play grounds for volley-ball, badminton, basket ball, hand-ball & ring-tennis, etc.
A safe and secure campus with guards on the gate provides a wonderful, close-knitted family- like living experience for the whole LTC community.
MINISTERIAL FORMATION PROGRAMMES
Along with strong academic emphasis the College has designed systematic programmes to foster ministerial formation in the life & faith of the student.
Every day morning chapel worship is conducted for the whole community where the students are engaged in taking leadership (singing, prayers, preaching, etc.) along with the faculty as a team for a week. On Mondays there is a separate women’s chapel. Tuesdays are set aside for prayers and intercessions. Once a month on a Wednesday Holy Communion is conducted by different denominations turn by turn. Evening vespers are held under the leadership of the students with a detailed schedule for everyone to conduct it. There is an active prayer-cell group that meets once a month.
During the College sessions each student is assigned a week-end practical work in the local churches, and during Summer the students do a 5 week long practical work with their own denominational church or organization.
There are four student organizations where the students give leadership as its presidents and secretary-treasurer, who are elected by the student body. These are:
- Athletic Association
- Stewardship League
- Literary & Debating Society
- Theological Students’ Fellowship (also a unit of SCM)
The students of Single Men’s Hostel & Women’s Hostel as a team for a month manage the affairs of Cafeteria where they learn to manage finance & administration with Christian values. A team of student editors keeps check & balance to the management. The audited accounts are presented before the Cafeteria general body for discussion & approval monthly.
There are opportunities for the students to join in various activities of the college as student assistants with a little remuneration, such as:
- Library Assistants
- System Operators
- Computer Room
- Audio-Visual & PPT
- Chapel Assistants
- Fund Raising Assistants
- Alumni Office
- School of Research
- Cafeteria Editors
- Prayer Cell Secretary. etc