Club Activity

      The Institute runs the following Clubs to foster and promote study and appreciation of various arts among the students:

  • ‘I’ CLUB (Innovation club)
  • Humor Club
  • Green Club
  • NEFC (Nandha's Environmental Friendly Club)
  • Eco-Club
  • Literary Club
  • Social Club
  • Aesthetic Club
  • Fine Arts Club
  • Lingua Club
  • Opera- Drama Club
  • Alaigal
  • Math club
  • Red Ribbon Club
  • Youth Red Cross
  • Women Development Cell
  • Eco Club

‘I’ CLUB (Innovation club)

The I Club exists with the aim to invite many eminent scientists who would share their experience with the students and motivate them to get scientific knowledge. 
Students are motivated to think, to imagine whatever they like and are provided with facilities to transform their imaginations into reality.
The club is well aware of its role in bringing out efficient and dynamic engineering professionals by providing all sorts of technical assistance and support service for developing new concepts and products and thereby ensuring that innovation is a part of quality education.

‘I’ CLUB OBJECTIVES:

  • Aim at encouraging the enthusiasts in innovation.
  • Identify the innovative young minds and energize them.
  • Convert projects into marketable products.
  • Encourage students to show their innovation in the National Level competitions.
  • Identify funding agencies and find scope of getting funds for innovative projects.

Humor Club

Humor helps people get through the trials and tribulations of lives. it is a source of entertainment throughout history and it calms our apprehension.
The Humour club makes everyone smile, overwhelm them and amuse them unconditionally. We take it upon ourselves to ease everyone from all the tension. 
Our objectives are as follows

  • De-stress students from their daily routine
  • Enhance productivity and proficiency of our students
  • To make people know their hidden memory & multiple talents and guide them to apply those skills
  • To encourage them to think “out of the box” and solve many of their problems
  • Everyone can be funny. It is like public speaking. It is a skill every can learn through practice.

We have very good collections of funny videos which are circulated among the members of the club to ensure their happiness.   


Green Club

It is a voluntary group which promotes the participation of students in learning about, and improving their environment.

People today, especially the young people, are concerned about the environment. A Green Club is a means by which students and youth can organize programs and also take action to improve their immediate environment by planting saplings.


OBJECTIVE:

  • To enhance the quality of our globe by growing more trees.
  • To conserve all the valuable species of plants on our earth which support mainly human beings.
  • To avoid pollution due to industrial gases.

                                    “Value of shadows Valued at the plight of sunlight”


A tree exhales 118 kilos of oxygen per year which makes 18 human beings to inhale the fresh oxygen throughout their lifetime. The tree inhales about 2.6 tons of carbon-di-oxide (CO2) per year.

 Green entrepreneurship” is the future of an infant green industry. The world is quickly coming to understand the importance of not only a ‘green’ lifestyle, but also the importance of green innovation. 

NEFC (Nandha's Environmental Friendly Club)

Eco Clubs play an important role in creating environmental awareness amongst the future generation. 
The purpose of this Club is to educate RRR (Reducing, Reusing and Recycling).
The activities under the scheme include:

  • Motivate the students to keep their surroundings green and clean by undertaking plantation of trees.
  • Promote ethos of conservation of water by minimizing the use of water.
  • Motivate students to imbibe habits and life style for minimum waste generation, source separation of waste.
  • Educate students to create awareness amongst public and sanitary workers, so as to stop the indiscriminate burning of waste which causes respiratory diseases.
  • Organize tree Plantation Programmes and conduct Programmes such as Quiz, Essay, Painting competitions, Rally’s, Marches, and Human Chains etc to create awareness regarding various environmental issues.

Literary Club

Literary Club aims at fostering a love for books and literature in students, and promoting literary

activities.

  • It enhances the power of both knowledge and its articulation which goes hand in hand and thereby opens wider perspectives for global success.
  • The Literary Club desires to express themselves by way of Elocution, Debates, Creative Writing, Talent search, Handwriting competition, Word building, Debate, Essay Writing, Spell Bee, Oratorical Competition and etc.
  • The club guides its students in various areas like accent and articulation, creative writing, extempore speeches, debates, quizzes and enables them to acquire mastery over language skills through ELT workshops, seminars etc.

Social Club

Social Club is a modern combination of several types of clubs and reflect today's more eclectic and varied society. 
It celebrates Friendship day, Grandparent day, Peace day and Awareness about Human Rights 


Aesthetic Club

It pertains the study of the mind and pure emotions in relation to the sense of beauty and intellectuality and presents programs of a literary, artistic, musical, and timely trend in order to assist in educational uplift, and to bring its members together for social enjoyment.
The club activities include Friendship band Preparation and Paper Bag making with the motto of ‘United-Confidence-Creative-Action’ which represents our combined search for new meanings within ourselves and the world beyond. 


Fine Arts Club

Fine Arts are a visual art considered to have been created primarily for aesthetic purposes and judged for its beauty and meaningfulness. The Club works to train and groom the students in all spheres of fine arts. In the Club the students are taught various forms of painting; like water painting, oil painting, etc; drawing, collage making, poster making, clay modeling, rangoli, installation, etc.


Opera- Drama Club

This club has been created to provide a platform for the students to exhibit their innate skills and this may lead the students to do various Professional Presentations on stage without fear.

It functions with the following objectives:

• To create passion towards Literary Drama.

• To improve Communication Skills.

• To overcome the stage fear.

• To build self-confidence.


Alaigal

In order to exhibit the student’s talents, the Department of Tamil has formed an Association named “ALAIGAL” to guide and encourage the students to participate in on and off campus

programmes.Our association releases the magazine titled “ALAIGAL” every year. It comprises of the poems, articles and essays written by the students from various departments and staff.


 Math Club

The club focuses in bringing an awareness of social responsibility and commitment apart from Academic learning. The aim of the club is different dimensional targeting on the scope of tapping out the Mathematical skills and talents of our students.


Red ribbon Club

Red Cross Society functions with the one and only aim of serving people in distress without any consideration of caste, religion, language and nationality.


Youth Red Cross

The students are moulded to be not only innovators, explorers, scientists etc., but also to be the best engineers with social consciousness to transform into nation builders. This has been possible because of the training imparted to them in the first year on discipline, character building, personality development etc. along with academic input.


Women Development Cell

  • To empower women as decision maker
  • To achieve economic, social and gender justice
  • To create awareness among the girls about the society
  • To enhance moral values
  • To improve the skill set of girls
  • To improve the health consciousness of girls
  • To remove the inferiority, shy and fear
  • To educate them about gender sensitization
  • To make them understand about their own importance to the society

 Eco Club

  • To make students understand environment and environmental problems.
  • To provide environmental education opportunities for students.
  • To utilize the unique position of students as conduits for awareness of the society at large.
  • To facilitate students’ participation in decision making in areas related to environment & development.
  • To bring students into direct contact with the environmental problems facing the society they live in and make them think of solutions.
  • To involve students in action based programmes related to environment in their surroundings.

National Service Scheme

The main objectives of National Service Scheme (NSS) are :
i. To understand the community in which they work 
ii. To understand themselves in relation to their community 
iii. To identify the needs and problems of the community and involve them   in problem-solving
iv. To develop among themselves a sense of social and civic responsibility