Campus life

 

Class room

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At LBC&S you will have a very interactive and thought-provoking classroom atmosphere. Teachers make it a point to plan their sessions so that students are engaged in a variety of activities that promote learning and application.

All classrooms are spacious and ventilated, well furnished, with facilities to accommodate projectors. A specialized AV-room is also available to promote creative learning. Individual as well as group activities, projects, etc. are an integral part of the classroom set up.

Evaluation and assessment of students in the class are not restricted to just written test or assignments, but we give a lot of emphasis on active participation, demonstration and practice of concepts learned in class.

 

Ken Woods Memorial Library

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Apart from what they learn in class, students also have access to a library with a vast collection of resources. The Ken Woods Memorial Library is home to over 17,000 high-quality volumes, catalogued according to the Dewey Decimal system. The facility is computerized for students to identify and locate volumes with ease.

You will find the General Library on the ground floor, a Student Reference Section and Staff Reference Library on the first floor. On the First floor you will also be able to access the Computer Laboratory. If you have your own Laptops, you can avail the use of the Library WiFi for a nominal charge.

 

Hostels

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During the weekends, you will be able to serve in a variety of ways in churches, orphanages, youth groups, camps and so much more. The ministries constitute a very wide spectrum including preaching during Sunday services, teaching at gatherings, prayer meetings, leading small groups and house churches, retreats, social services, hospital visits, one-on-one counseling, etc.

You will be trained and will also learn by experience and by observing fellow students, church leaders and members in action. You will have the freedom to initiate new and innovative ministries under the guidance of the college faculty. The main purpose of weekend ministry is to give you the opportunity to give Christ to every person that you come across.

 

Dining Hall

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Apart from what they learn in class, students also have access to a library with a vast collection of resources. The Ken Woods Memorial Library is home to over 17,000 high-quality volumes, catalogued according to the Dewey Decimal system. The facility is computerized for students to identify and locate volumes with ease.

You will find the General Library on the ground floor, a Student Reference Section and Staff Reference Library on the first floor. On the First floor you will also be able to access the Computer Laboratory. If you have your own Laptops, you can avail the use of the Library WiFi for a nomi