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Co-curricular activities form a large part of any college students life, and whether you’ve already discovered your passion or hope to do so, you’ll surely find your place in one of the Clubs at SSE.
Club Head: Utkarsh Gaur
Canvas club is all our expressing. This club is a medium through which we express by way of ART. Precisely our agenda is to include and encourage everyone’s creativity, find out hidden talents within our college. Canvas Club in the past has given life to our very own college fest LaissezFaire through decorations and paintings and will continue to do so in future. The involvement is not limited to just our own college, members of our club have participated in various fests like Sympulse that is organised by SLS and Malhar one Asia’s biggest fest organised by St. Xavier’s.
Club Head: Anusree Saha
Our opinions are a reflection of our individuality. Our thoughts define us. TheDebSoc serves as a platform to showcase one’s beliefs.
It conducts parliamentary debating. There are two main styles of parliamentary debating – In the British style and the Asian style. DebSoc conducts both these styles and the speakers leave no stone unturned to prove their arguments correct. Speakers are taught to be spontaneous and convincing. Logical reasoning and persuasion are more stressed upon than one’s knowledge, which makes it possible for everyone to participate – even the first-timers. After all, all one has to do is put his opinion in the right words and try convincing others of its correctness. Even adjudicating the debates does not require years of experience.
Debating may appear to be only for the intellects, but DebSoc proves that wrong. Every new debate is like a new chapter which gives all speakers a fresh start and a clean slate.
Club Head: Harsh Kedia
As the name suggests, the club delivers a culinary angle to it. The concept of the club is simple: to eat, learn and cook, all at the same time. There are a plethora of activities throughout the year such as stalls and outdoor expeditions to restaurants and much more. Recently, the Club put up a stall in college named ” Cakes and Bakes” wherein it sold cupcakes and brownies to the larger audience. Everyone relished it and gave a positive review. Food Club has also introduced the initiative of inter-club collaborations. It donated the funds of the cupcakes stall to an NGO, as a humane gesture. The club is also targeting to put up many stalls, both inside and outside of college. It would also be conducting events such as “Hogathon” and workshops for the upcoming annual fest. Regardless of what the activities would be, the chance to learn and make under the same roof would surely excite anyone to join this club. Bon Appetit!
Club Heads: Rahul Gupta and Malavika Gode
The student research cell is a newly formed club in SSE. Its a club to promote the student research and student faculty coordination in finding innovatives/dissertations with research potential and develop them for publication and due recognitions.
It initiates at mapping research interests of interested students with faculty members. Organising ‘economic forum’ lectures to inform interested students about important issues not included the curriculum is also an important aspect of the club.
It shall be a common platform for students as well as faculty to share their opinions and comments regarding current issues relating to matters concerning economics.
Club Head: Abhishek Mukherjee
“ Theatre is a mirror – A sharp reflection of the society ”
Theatres are almost as old as humans themselves. And when you do something for so many centuries, you get pretty good at it; ‘Streetlights’ proves that right.
Over the course of time, dramas have changed with the continuously evolving society. And ‘Streetlights’ keeps pace with the time. With a special message in everything they do, they perform it with perfection and a personal touch. For that, ‘Streetlights’ keeps regular practices for honing all kinds of skills required. From getting over one’s stage fright, to delivering dialogues with crystal clear voice, everything is helped with. They work as a unit to improve and improvise. They also collaborate with many other clubs to give a truly inspirational performance. ‘Streetlights’ helps you find and understand yourself better. Just like a mirror, they show you who you are, but also, who you can be.
Club Head: Anuj Godani
“It’s not about ideas. It is about making ideas happen.” This quote above is something which one of our many exciting clubs, the E-Cell, keenly follows. The whole essence lies in its learning. And making the learnings work, practically. The club has an amazing tradition of being organised and updating itself with its activities. It mainly aims on training its members on various aspects of entrepreneurship, as well as developing in them the different skills required for it. It is most interesting to work together as team, and in the running, enables an indefinite learning process. In recent times, the E-Cell had a meeting on which it enumerated to its new members, on how to start a venture. The adjoining issues and concerns such as financing problems, personal economic state, the country’s economic problems, the idea of out-of-the box thinking and much more were highlighted and discussed in depth. It also targets to have workshops and indulge in competitions conducted by various other institutions. The club surely has a ubiquitous mixture of learning and creating, and within no time, we would have booming startups from our very own E-Cell.
Club Head: Aindrila Chakraborty
Not every college has one. Not every college values one. We at SSE are fortunate enough to have a platform in the form of this club where our thoughts can take shape through discussions and our imaginations can find words. From logical and factual journalistic writings to creative writings where emotions can be explicitly expressed, from jamming sessions, debates and focussed group discussions to elocutions and poetry slams, the club has it all. To sum it up, it provides a platform to open the closed windows of our minds and hearts, helping us voice our opinions and articulate our thoughts.
Literature does not need to be reckoned from a particular point and its end is infinite. literature does not have a well defined boundary, no restrictions, no end. It leaves you with an eternal continuation, to think and ask for more and the very name of the club ‘epilogue’ suggests so.
Club Head: Anirvan Mukherjee
The MUN club at SSE has been highly committed to provide platform to ponder upon agendas of international importance, diplomacy, trade blocks, functioning of the United Nations, global crises and many more. The club principally organizes trips to the oldest and prestigious Model United Nation Conferences across the country. The MUN club at Symbiosis School of Economics has sent participants to VIT MUN Chennai, Rotary Indian International Model United Nation, Pune Model United Nation and other renowned MUNs. Also, the club has organized an MUN an Intra college MUN in the year 2014-15.
The club aims at participating in maximum MUNs of India each year and develop the skill of public speaking, leadership, diplomacy, analytical thinking among its students, while conspiring with other individuals.
Club Head: Puneet Sahanpal
Samarpan is the social club of SSE. It has tie up with national NGO Aikarthya, Collaboration with another national NGO bloodconnect.
Has recently collaborated with two local centres -Sparsh Balgram (hiv infected kids) and Saheli( prostitute kids). The club intends to teach construction workers. Voluteers from our college are free to join in any time and work for a social cause.
Club Head: Vitasta Kaul
A club dedicated to the freedom and joy that the art of dance brings in. It is a space where students are free to express themselves in whichever direction the rhythm takes them. The aim of the club is to spread the sound, sense and feel of dance across as many students at SSE and to create a team of dancers who not only perform dance, but live it. This club provides a platform for students who are passionate about the art and who are also looking to excel in fields which are non-academic in nature. Dance events hold great importance in all the major college fests that happen in India. We will ensure that our college is represented in as many fests as possible, and the students get the recognition they deserve. In Sync guarantees tremendous growth, both physically and mentally, but most importantly it guarantees a lot of fun and a big bundle of memories that you will cherish forever.
Club Head: Kalyani Saxena
The Photography club is a platform for enthusiastic shutterbugs to showcase their talent and stay in touch with their passion while pursuing their studies.
The Club deals with various kinds of photography such as sports, portrait, event, landscape, wildlife etc. We, in collaboration with other clubs, cover almost all the events that happen inside and outside the campus. Photowalks are also conducted by the club to both practice and improve on one’s photography skills along with exploring different parts of Pune.
Members are asked to showcase the photographs they clicked.We sit together, appreciate / analyse people’s work and provide feedback so that members can improve upon their talents.The members of the club also help in making various short films and videos for our annual fest and various other occasions.
Club Head: Mihir Mahajan
Raaga is the music club of SSE. It the club for people to interact through the sound of music. We have students from all over the country and raaga is a platform for them To freely express their own style of music. We also focus on the western/classical musical theory along the practical implementation on various intruments.
Raaga emphasizes on teaching the fellow students on staff notations as its essentials for every musician to know how to learn the language of music.
The club has sent students for fest’s such as Malhar, Sympulse, MoodI , Symagine, Symbhav, Transcend and many more. Our recent college event was almost famous which is the western solo singing and Woodstock which was the battle of the bands during the college fest ‘laissez faire 2015’.