The students are encouraged to plan, organise and participate in various curricular and extra-curricular activities on their own with basic support from the Institute. Such an atmosphere inculcates a spirit of leadership and an understanding of different aspects of management. The students undertake such activities not merely for the learning value but also for the pleasure that comes with the experience of accomplishment of a job. They get to recognise their talents and skills in the process, and are inspired to develop themselves further. Students Clubs aim to provide opportunities to the members and interested students for developing entrepreneurial skills and help polish their abilities so as to prepare them to face the challenges of the business world. The clubs also organise business quizzes, business plan competitions and seminars on current issues.
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