Co-curricular and extra-curricular activities play a vital role in the academic and social life of students. Such activities admittedly invigorate a healthy relationship among the students and develop a sense of co-ordination in the living-learning processes of the students, faculty and administration. These activities are vital for the physical, social and psychological growth of students. The Directorate provides proactive support and capacity building services to promote extra-curricular activities in the University, which could enrich our graduates at every stage of their life as well as to help them build strong relationships with their peers, faculty, administration and other stakeholders with the following aims and objectives: –

  • To enhance the creative potential of the students
  • To expose the hidden talents of the students
  • To induce and stir a sense of love, altruism and service to the humanity in the students.
  • To prepare the students to face the challenges of practical life.
  • To inculcate in students the spirit of healthy competition.
  • To prepare the students for future challenges in the global context.
  • To keep the students away from unwanted/undesirable associations/activities.
  • To promote teamwork among the students.
  • To give them a sense of responsibility and ownership.
  • To inculcate leadership potential in students.
  • To explore interests and create broader perspectives.
  • To expand social networking; this also comes handy while looking for a job.
  • The above mentioned objectives provided through extra-curricular activities give the students “real world” skills, to include (but not limited to): –
    • Goal setting.
    • Teamwork.
    • Time management.
    • Prioritisations.
    • Problem solving.
    • Analytical thinking.
    • Leadership
    • Public speaking
    • Patriotism