Clubs & Society

Clubs and Societies play a vital role in campus life, allowing people with similar interests to get together, and giving you the chance to enjoy a life outside of academia, a club is an association of people united by a common interest or goal. A service club, for example, exists for voluntary or charitable activities. There are clubs devoted to hobbies and sports, social activities clubs, political and religious clubs, and so forth.


Coding Club aims to establish a coding culture on campus, reaching every student passionate about coding. The club’s motto is to Create-Build-Innovate. The club was started by a group of students from the departments of ECE and ISE who wanted to interact with like-minded peers and explore the world of computer science.


A gaming club is an opportunity for students to socialize and have fun together based on their hobby of playing video games. Students  have an opportunity to play multi and single-player games and spend time discuss gaming strategies and preference
The Department of Student Affairs and Alumni is happy to introduce a student new club that will start running for the first time this academic year: The Gaming Club!


Nature club is the convergence of nature lovers, from various departments of FAMT to promote, monitor and operate the environmental and sustainable activities in the society, starting from college campus with the novel objectives of facilitating the skill development for environmental protection, promoting …
Nature club is a conservation programme composed of a group of people, who can spread conservation awareness in society. Through the nature club India hopes to reach out to nature lovers and budding conservationists.


Acting Club is a convergence of lovers from different disciplines of Acting connects, enlightens, entertains and broadens the minds of its young participants. It helps develop skills such as reading, listening, speaking, physical coordination and following instructions, as well as expressing feelings and building self-knowledge and self-esteem.