The Institute has a rich tradition of hosting number of cultural, techno-cultural and literary events. Every year the Institute organizes cultural events for the students in both the semesters. Apart from this there are large number of hobby clubs which conduct their activities throughout the year.
The academic session starts with a fresher’s day “Aavahan”. This program is exclusively designed for the fresh students joining the Institute. In this program the fresher’s get an opportunity of getting introduced to the Director of the Institute and Deans, along with the Professor In charge of cultural and literary affairs. The students listen to the orientation lectures of the Director, Dean Student Welfare, Dean Academics and Professor I/c Cultural and Literary Affairs. A cultural program is organized on this occasion. This program generally includes various events of music, drama, compeering and inter branch competition.
In the next semester, the Institute hosts a Techno-Cultural event “Aayaam”. This program hosts large number of events. Nearly 1500-2000 students take part in this event.
The program begins with “Gold Medal Award Ceremony”. This prestigious ceremony is held to honour the meritorious students of the Institute. In all 10 Gold Medals (K.G. Seksaria Medals) are conferred to ten toppers of the different branches of Engineering and Pharmacy. Apart from this the Institute also confers about 8 to 10 gold and silver medals and certificates Instituted by various individuals and organizations. After the conclusion of the gold medal award ceremony, the other program spanning up to 3 days begin. The major programs included in Aayaam are open movie theatre, nukkad natak, robotics competition, programming competition, bridge design competition, health camp and blood donation camp, circuit design competition, student paper presentations, art exhibition, rangoli competition, marathon, food stalls and games, and cultural program of the students.
Apart from this the Institute has large number of student hobby clubs. Few of them are listed below:
- Pratibimb (Photography Club)
- SRC Club (Robotics)
- Ojaswa Club (Personality Development)
- Baja Club (SAE)
- Kshitij Club (Music & Dance)
- Sparkle Club (Electrical Engineering)
- Upkar Club (Social Outreach)
There clubs host a number of events during the year and provide an opportunity to the students to pursue their hobbies.