JIT House Championship

JIT (Jansons Institute of Technology) House Championship is intended to provide wider opportunities and empower our students to make informed decisions, allowing them to reach their full potential and prepare them for the next phase of their lives. The Championship offers our students a priceless chance to develop into the very best versions of themselves; it prepares them for the future and instills in them the values and skills that will enable them to pursue paths that will lead to bright and successful prospects in whatever field and area they choose.

The house championship features a huge variety of activities across the realms of academics, sports and games, creativity, and intellectual, with options ranging from participating to contributing. This makes it possible for all of our students, no matter where they come from or what their backgrounds are, to participate in meaningful activities that do not have to be of an academic or athletic character but do reflect the ideals that are held in current society. 

Allotment of House Membership

            Student members are allotted to five houses randomly by random allocation sequence using a random-numbers table when the DOTE admission process is submitted.

House Leadership

            Each house is led by a President, Vice President, Secretary, Joint Secretary, three Executive members, and four Ambassadors. It is the President who represents the house. The roles of the House President, Vice President, Secretary, and Joint Secretary are to provide house members with opportunities to develop all aspects of leadership and life skills, including communication, empathy, organization, and the ability to understand how to get the most out of a team.

Selection of House Leaders

            Leaders are nominated by a council of faculty mentors. The nominees pitch their ideas in front of the council and house faculty mentors. The nominees are ranked qualitatively and the house leaders are selected.

Progress Monitoring 

            Progress of the house is reviewed for every 45 days and the house championship points are made available to all. During the review process, the president/vice-president presents the plan for the next 45 days. The secretary/joint-secretary presents a progress report along with the president/vice-president.