Various curricular activities in the class rooms help in imparting bookish knowledge to the students as per the demands of the examination system, but unless certain other activities are taken up, a student never acquires completeness. It is here that the role of Co- curricular activities comes in. Such activities along with class room involvement help integrate the three very vital aspects of an individual (student)-namely the body, mind and soul.
With the above objects in mind, various clubs and societies have been constituted under the guidance of the rightful persons
- Various clubs related to sports activities like Table-tennis, Badminton, Cricket and Volleyball etc. are exist in the College. The activation level of these clubs is dependent on the persons associated with the clubs as also the students showing keenness to join them.
- Various subjects’ societies have the onerous duty to not only enhance the knowledge of the participants but also to create a very fulfilling environment in the College. They add color and taste to formal education; We have cultural Society, Subject Societies in the Social Sciences (Arts, Commerce), Biological Sciences (Botany, Zoology) and Earth Sciences (Physics, Chemistry, Maths).
N.B : Students are advised to join at least one of the above clubs and societies to become ennobled graduates on completion of their UG courses in the college. A student with meager bookish knowledge and nothing else is a misfit in today’s society and hardly acceptable by any job offering agency. Take these words, seriously.