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Karate Club



80% attendance is mandatory for appearing in the belt grading examination. The different belt grades are as follows.
Belt Grade 9th kyu 8th kyu 7th kyu 6th kyu 5th kyu 4th kyu 3rd kyu 2nd kyu 1st kyu Shodan
1st Dan
Belt Colour Yellow Orange Green Blue Violet Purple Brown-III Brown-II Brown-I Black

Advisor

Mr. Baiju Jacob

Assistant Director
Dept. of Physical Education
M.P.Ed., M.Phil. PGD

E-mail ID   : baijujacob77@gmail.com
Mobile No.  : +91 9447301609

Staff in Charge

Mr. Tomson Thomas

Asst. Professor
Department of EEE

Black Belt 3rd DAN in Shotokan Karate
Black Belt 2nd Degree in Kalaripayattu

E-mail ID   : tomsonpala@gmail.com
Mobile No.  : +91 9495444928


Achievements of the Club

  • SJCET Karate Team participated in the SHOTOKAN JKMO INDIA Zonal Karate Championship 2016, held at St. Thomas HSS Pala on 12th October 2016. Jophin John (2014-18 ECE), Justin Joseph (2014-18 EEE), Lino Raju (2016-20 ME) and Tojin K. James (2016-20 ME) secured prizes in the Championship.
  • Emil Mani (2012-16 CS) secured Black Belt Shodan in Shotokan Karate (Japan Karatedo Maruyoshikai Organization) during the Black Belt Grading Examination held at Pala on 14th May 2016.
  • Emil Mani (2012-16 CS) represented SJCET Karate Club in the Karate Seminar by the International Chief of SHOTOKAN JKMO INDIA, Shihan Sasaki Toshiatsu (Japan) held at Pala and Ramapuram on 30th and 31st January 2016.
  • SJCET Karate Team participated in the 9th Shihan Bonnie Robert's Memorial National Karate Championship 2015, held at Municipal Town Hall, Pala on 31st October and 1st November 2015. Emil Mani (2012-16 CS), Jophin John (2014-18 ECE), Justin Joseph (2014-18 EEE) and Ajith Shaji (2015-19 ME) secured prizes in the Championship.
  • SJCET Karate Team participated in the SHOTOKAN JKMO INDIA Zonal Karate Championship 2015, held at St. Thomas HSS Pala on 19th September 2015. Justin Joseph (2014-18 EEE) and Jophin John (2014-18 ECE) secured prizes in the Championship.
  • SJCET Karate Team participated in the 8th Shihan Bonnie Roberts Memorial National Karate Championship 2015, held at Kristu Jyothi Indoor Stadium, Changanassery on 14th and 15th February 2015.
  • SJCET Karate Team participated in the All Kerala Inter Collegiate Karate Championship 2015, held at Kottayam on 25th January 2015. Emil Mani (2012-16 CS), Rohith Raveendran (2012-16 ME), Jimmy Jose (2012-16 CS) and Midhun Jacob (2012-16 ME) secured prizes in the Championship.
  • SJCET Karate Team participated in the 7th Shihan Bonnie Roberts Memorial Indo-Srilankan Karate Championship 2013, held at Municipal Town Hall, Pala on 9th and 10th November 2013.
  • Rohith Raveendran (2012-16 ME) participated in the Kerala State Karate Championship organized by Kerala Karate Association at Chalakkudy on 29th and 30th December 2012.
  • Thejus Joby (2010-14 CS) participated and won prizes in the South Indian Karate Championship held at Kaduthuruthy on 24th and 25th November 2012.
  • SJCET Karate Team participated in the Kottayam District Karate Championship 2012 held at S.H. Junior College, Changanacherry on 13th October 2012. Thejus Joby (2010-14 CS), Srubin John Bejoy (2010-14 ME), Rohith Raveendran (2012-16 ME) and Jimmy Jose (2012-16 CS) secured prizes in the Championship.
  • SJCET Karate Team participated in the 6th Shihan Bonnie Roberts Memorial National Karate Championship 2012, held at Municipal Town Hall, Pala on 22nd and 23rd September 2012. Thejus Joby (2010-14 CS), Srubin John Bejoy (2010-14 ME), Rohith Raveendran (2012-16 ME) and Jimmy Jose (2012-16 CS) secured prizes in the Championship.
  • SJCET Karate Team participated in Shihan Bonnie Roberts memorial invitational State Karate Championship at Labour India International School, Vagamon on 26th January 2010. Justin Mathew (2007-11 ECE), Peter M.A (2009-13 ECE), Vineeth C. I (2009-13 EEE), Abin Joseph (2009-13 CE), Sanu Sunny (2009-13 ME) and James Sigi Moolamattom (2009-13 ME) secured prizes in the Championship.

" The ultimate aim of Karate lies not in victory nor defeat, but in the perfection of the character of its participants "


SJCET Karate Club strongly believes that “Karate begins and ends in Courtesy”. The club is determined to impart self defence and discipline among the students so that they can contribute to the development of the Nation.

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