Student Clubs

To bring out the hidden potential of students and help them to learn new skills and solve quality performance related problems. Developing Quality Circles help create such ambience. In SGRRITS, “Red Ribbon Club”, “Quant Club” and “MarkBran Club” are in place which cover class room interactive sessions, presentations and outdoor activities. The main objective of these clubs is to inculcate in students positive attitude, self-belief, selfconfidence, personality enhancement and teamwork.

Red Ribbon Club

Red Ribbon Club is an initiative of Government of India which envisages instilling among all the students in the educational institutions values of service, developing healthy life styles, and increasing availability of safe and adequate quantities of blood to all the needy. The club is run by student volunteers who aim to create awareness about AIDS. Prime objectives of Red Ribbon Clubs are:

  • To prepare youth as peer educators/agents of change both among youth as well as society at large by developing their skills on leadership, advocacy, communication and team building.
  • To increase awareness among youth on sexual reproductive health and HIV/AIDS.
  • To impart skills among youth on self-protection, negotiation, and effective group interaction.
  • To encourage blood donations.
  • To serve as forums for students to participate in the fight against HIV/AIDS.

Quant Club

The Quant Club focuses on honing the mathematical ability of students. Students meet regularly to their convenience and pool out their mathematical talent and discuss on techniques of solving questions at rapid rate so that they can handle competitive exams with confidence.

Students divide themselves into groups and each group has a maximum of five members in line with the philosophy of Quality Circle. A student joins the group voluntarily, without any compulsion. Interested faculties are also part of the group being treated as member at par.

The main objective of the club is to help students to develop:-

Team Work: It helps to eradicate inter team conflicts and clashes and enhance the concept of team spirit.

Positive Attitude: Students start working with the positive attitude towards work, assuming it as their own work. They develop a “Can Do” and “I Care” attitude.

Positive Working Environment: It improves the organizational teaching environment and involves students in every process, right from a small decision to a big deal.

MarkBran Club

MarkBran Club focuses on the latest happenings in the market and discussions on the new marketing concepts. MarkBran Club was formed by the joint efforts of the Marketing students under the guidance of faculty in order to spread the essence of marketing and to nurture a marketer in every individual. The club has planned to organize all the events that would give the students a feel of their new world “the market” by industry-academia interface. The club firmly believes that a sound business education is an ideal mix of a world class curriculum and practical learning opportunities.

As such, the club strives to create opportunities for members to learn by doing. As a club, we bring together some of the brightest minds, interested in exploring the ever changing dynamics of marketing. The club aims at keeping members abreast with the latest on marketing while integrating the vast experience of its members across functions and industries such as advertising, research, sales, branding communication and digital marketing. Activities refining marketing skills and creativity are a regular feature of this Quality Circle Ad Mad, Quiz, and Branding talent hunt are few activities carried out within the circle.