The College club system is established to nurture specific talents and interests of students towards a socially relevant cause. The students have a choice of selecting any one of the 4 clubs operating in the college. Each club ensures the learners are provided with relevant exposure, skills and experience in their chosen domains. Over the year the clubs have the responsibility of maintaining bulletin boards, celebrating important days and conducting periodical activities for generating awareness in the students and society.
The Human Rights Club organizes activities related to promote a culture of Human rights and celebrates Human Rights day on 10th December and Women’s day on 8th March. The objective behind this club is to raise awareness and take positive strides towards understanding social issues in an attempt to create a more humanitarian environment in the college.
The Peace Club organizes activities related to promotion of peace and celebrates International Peace day on 16 September. The main principle behind this club is to promote interaction between young people from a variety of backgrounds to bridge the gaps for future and to help build a peaceful society.
The Red Ribbon Club organizes activities related to generating awareness about safe Blood donation and precaution towards HIV AIDS. The club celebrates World AIDS day on 1st December and a blood donation camp once a year. The main purpose behind this is to instill life saving skills into youth to live better and healthier life, training of various basic health aspects and helping adolescents too for achieving positive health.
The Environment Club organizes activities related to saving trees, controlling pollution and promoting a culture of environmental conservation. The Club celebrates Environment day on 6th June. The aim is of this club is to make a difference in the society and our surroundings by propagating this awareness.