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Mody University Clubs

 

Film society

 

The primary goal of the Film Society is to teach through entertainment. Students would be encouraged to gain a new perspective on films as a result of society's activities. It is without a doubt the most diligent club, with activities ranging from home movie making to video editing, from sizzling commercials to catchy trailers. Apart from its own activities, Film Club aims to spread its art to the rest of the campus community through lecture series on various aspects of filmmaking, ad contests, and filmmaking projects, among other things. It also gives acting fans a place to show off and refine their skills.

 

Activity Calendar:-

 

Sr. No.

Club/ Society

Activity

1.

Film Society

Documentary screening followed by a workshop on the basics of producing short films.

2.

Campus Journalism

Open Mic.

 

The following is the result of the Club Activity:

  • To encourage the screening of creative films
  • To pass on awareness of films
  • To pass on the art of film appreciation and production.
  • To put people together to share their knowledge and experiences.
  • To comprehend a diverse and powerful communication medium.

 

'SAMAJ'

 

To instill a sense of social service and to create a forum for facilitating synergized contributions to society's welfare, with the ultimate goal of making the planet a better place to live.

 

Club Events Coming Up

 

S.N.

Club/ Society

Activity

1

"SAMAJ" The Social Club

A "say-no-to-plastic" awareness rally culminates in the creation of a human chain.


 

  • A week-long multimedia campaign called "Say-No-To-Plastic" was followed by an awareness rally that culminated in the creation of a human chain to show unity and support for the cause.
  • A philanthropic gesture in the form of various donations such as clothing, stationery pieces, and so on is celebrated during Joy-of-Giving Week.
  • Camp for blood donation
  • Students perform a street play ('Nukkad Natak') in order to raise social consciousness about various social issues.
  • Drive to plant tree saplings
  • Students from a neighboring school participated in an activity.
  • Celebrations with orphanage children, including the sharing of candy, presents, and other products.
  • Visit an old age home to provide comfort and medical assistance to poor elderly patients who need long-term care and safety.

 

The Club Activity's Outcome:

  • Students' knowledge of their duties to society as a whole and the growth of a sense of social service
  • Development of problem-solving abilities, with a focus on community issues
  • Via group engagement, leadership skills, and democratic attitudes are instilled.
  • Experimenting with the joy of giving and cultivating a positive outlook on life
  • Appreciation of modesty and reverence for others, as well as the promotion of a spirit of national integration and social harmony

 

The Social Club 'SAMAJ' celebrates Children's Day.

  • November 14, 2019, is Children's Day at Bal Sewa Sadan in Laxmanagarh.

 

On November 14, 2019, the Social Club 'SAMAJ' (Social Activities with a Mission Aimed at Joy), which is one of Mody University's Laxmangarh's Students' Clubs, celebrated Children's Day at Bal Sewa Sadan, a 100% charity-based school in Laxmangarh.

 

Poem Recitation Competition, Water Relay Race, Lemon-spoon Race, Bounce-off, Tambola with Alphabets, Drawing Competition, Statue Dance, and other events were arranged by members of the SAMAJ club for the children of Bal Sewa Sadan and were accompanied by a cake cutting ceremony. The events were organized in such a way that all of the children had the opportunity to participate in as many as possible.

 

Dr. Surendra Rajpurohit, Coordinator of SAMAJ Club, praised the children's efforts while congratulating them on their accomplishments in various activities. The emphasis of the event was on instilling a spirit of participation rather than determining winners, so prizes were given to all of the children who participated. Many of the children received stationery and woolen pieces in addition to a variety of prizes and presents. A variety of sports pieces, such as a carrom board and badminton racquets, were also provided to the school. This case, which was full of energy, fun, learning, and excitement, was thoroughly enjoyed not only by the children of Bal Sewa Sadan but also by all members of the Mody University SAMAJ Club.

 

History and Heritage

 

To impress people's interest in history and history-related topics. To familiarise learners and the audience with the complexities of History as a discipline.

 

Calendar of Events:

 

S.N.

Club/ Society

Activity

1.

History and Heritage

Film 'The Fight' will be screened.

2.

History and Heritage

"Historiography: The Textual and Oral Tradition" is the topic of discussion.

3.

History and Heritage

The subject of discussion is "Deconstruction of Architecture and Unfolding of Ideological Contents: Historical Structures in India."

 

The Club Activity's Outcome:

 

Familiarity with historical approaches. In the field of history, progress has been made in terms of understanding what texts and oral traditions mean.

 

Literature and Poetry Club

 

To nurture the love towards language and literature

 

Activity Calendar:-

 

S.N.

Club/ Society

Activity

1

Literature and Poetry Club(Qalam)

Poetry Writing Contest

2

Literature and Poetry Club(Qalam)

Essay Writing Contest

3

Literature and Poetry Club(Qalam)

Short Story Writing

4

Literature and Poetry Club(Qalam)

Research Paper Writing

5

Literature and Poetry Club(Qalam)

Spelling Contest

6

Literature and Poetry Club(Qalam)

Poetry Recitation

7

Literature and Poetry Club(Qalam)

Declamation Contest

8

Literature and Poetry Club(Qalam)

Extempore Speech on Given Topic

9

Literature and Poetry Club(Qalam)

Poetry Workshop and Literary Movie Show

 

*The activity and month are provisional and can be updated if necessary. The exact date will be communicated to students 14 days prior to the event.

 

The Club Activity's Outcome:

  • They can easily express themselves in a number of ways. (Specialized Information)
  • Back up interpretive statements made regarding a wide range of documents. (Thinking Critically)
  • Identify the key characteristics of literary texts from a variety of genres. (Specialized Information)
  • To write imaginatively, use your experience of literary traditions. (Applied Learning/Communication Fluency)
  • Using analysis to help you solve problems. (Thinking Critically)

 

Personality Development

 

To make participants aware of a unified and integrated personality development framework that can help them strengthen their communication, leadership skills, and perspective on life while also complementing their academic programmes and long-term career goals.

 

Club Events Coming Up

 

S. No.

Club/ Society

Activity

1

"Vyaktitva" Personality Development Club

Team Work Exercise

2

"Vyaktitva" Personality Development Club

Interpersonal Skills

4

"Vyaktitva" Personality Development Club

Change in Behavior

5

"Vyaktitva" Personality Development Club

Passion for Excellence

6

"Vyaktitva" Personality Development Club

Emotional Intelligence

7

"Vyaktitva" Personality Development Club

Improvisation Exercise

 

The Club Activity's Outcome:

  • To gain self-assurance and be more successful in both professional and personal situations
  • To provide information on how to act properly in social and professional situations.
  • To cultivate a positive mindset and assertiveness
  • To be capable of dealing with adversity

 

Uddeepan

 

The club's main goal is to instil the meaning and spirit of Sanatan Dharma in the minds of young aspiring minds at Mody University. The club also aims to unearth the treasure buried in the Indian Scriptures and to familiarise learners with their own cultural and religious roots, as well as the values instilled in them, in order to imbibe all of the necessary tools to resolve modern-day issues such as tension, anxiety, depression, anger, insomnia, disagreements, uncertainties, and boredom.

 

The Club Activity's Outcome:

 

By promoting Vedic and Pauranik texts as management texts, the club hopes to rediscover and redefine the essence of Vedic and Pauranik philosophies. One of the most prominent goals of Uddeepan while exploring the relationship between Modern Management practises and the teachings of Vedic and Pauranik Philosophies is to instil qualities such as leadership, decision-making, inspiration, communication, teamwork, work ethics, crisis and stress management, and so on.

 

SPIC MACAY

 

The Society for the Promotion of Indian Classical Music and Culture Among Youth is a non-profit organisation dedicated to increasing awareness of Indian classical music and culture among young people.

 

Calendar of Events:

 

Spring Activity Calendar for the SPIC MACAY Club

 

S.N.

Club/ Society

Activity

1

SPIC MACAY

Program by Pt. Jayateeth Meyvundi

 

The Club Activity's Outcome:

 

To improve the standard of formal education by raising awareness of various facets of Indian heritage and encouraging young minds to imbibe the ideals that it contains. To empower youth by exposing them to the mysticism embodied in India's and the world's rich and diverse cultural tapestry, in the hopes that the beauty, grace, ideals, and wisdom embodied in these arts will affect their way of life and thought, inspiring them to become better human beings.


 

Performing Arts - Acting, Music, Theatre, Dance, Movie Making

 

Activity Calendar:-

 

S.N.

Club/ Society

Activity

1

Acting, music, theatre, dance, and filmmaking are all examples of performing arts.

MUSICAL CONCERT

2

Acting, music, theatre, dance, and filmmaking are all examples of performing arts.

Independence Day Cultural Program

3

Acting, music, theatre, dance, and filmmaking are all examples of performing arts.

Drama/Play

 

Arts and Culture Society 

 

To raise awareness and sensitivity about India's heritage, customs, culture, and crafts among our youth.

 

The Club Activity's Outcome:

 

Techniques' effect on next-generation goods.

 

Campus Journalism

 

“Journalism is my passion, and truth is our policy,” says the journalist.

 

The Club's Mission Statement:

  • Via informative and positive activities, to inform, educate, and entertain the Mody University community.
  • To encourage unity and integration among its members and the Mody University community as a whole.
  • To pass on the art of film appreciation and production.
  • Promote integrity and ethics in the field of journalism among its members.
  • Encourage and support the Mody University community's talent.
  • In order to exchange ideas and sharpen the skills of its members, the Journalism club may collaborate with other similar clubs or clubs with similar goals.

 

Upcoming Club Activities

Sr. No.

Activity

Periodicity

1.

Freedom of Speech - Session on fundamentals of freedom of speech and reasonable restrictions. - Discussion & Debate on Current events

Every Tuesday

2.

Field visit (Media house & Social organization etc.)

Once in a month

3.

Debate and discussion

Once in a month

4.

Special Talks

Once in a semester

5.

Workshop

Once in a semester

 

Chaupal

 

The Journalism Club hosts an open Chaupal for all students to participate in open debate and discussion.

 

The Club Activity's Outcome:

 

Students can improve their journalistic skills as well as their knowledge of news and other forms of information media through a variety of activities. Students may also disseminate information using a variety of media.

 

Leadership Club

 

The Club's Mission Statement:


 

  • Women's leadership and participation in the corporate and social worlds should be promoted.
  • Women's leadership capacity in all facets of the environment should be created.
  • Create initiatives that encourage women to take on leadership roles and raise awareness.

 

Club Events Coming Up

 

N.B. Further events will be scheduled in due time, taking into account the most recent changes.

  • Workshops, lectures, and conferences on topics affecting women in leadership are held.
  • Connect with organisations that are working to advance women's leadership in a variety of settings.
  • Create international connections with other centres of excellence that are similar to yours.
  • Evolve as a venue for showcasing cutting-edge business innovations and activities that affect women in leadership, gender equity, and other related issues.
  • Creating initiatives that teach new ways of thinking in order to provide vital links and skills that will help women succeed and thrive in their careers.

 

The Club Activity's Outcome:

  • Students will use this forum to hone their management and entrepreneurial skills.
  • Prepare students to deal with problems that arise during organisational decision-making processes and to develop their leadership capacity.
  • Potential students will have the opportunity to learn about business principles, receive mentoring, and network with existing leaders.
  • Encourage conversation, discourse, and brainstorming about how to better participate, attract, and advance more women in the workforce by recognising their problems and implementing data-driven solutions.

 

TEDx

 

Conduct TED Talks to explore new concepts; engage students in discussions about innovative ideas and current events.

 

Club Events Coming Up

 

Themes

Speakers to whom approach

Business Women

Search for Women CEOs

Women in Science

Search Speaker on Gender Attitude towards Science

Adolescent Growth and Development

Search Psychologist

 

The Club Activity's Outcome:

 

Exploration of new concepts and a panel discussion on personality formation.

 

Photography 

 

The photography club's goal is to provide a welcoming atmosphere for interested photography students to share their talent, skills, and enthusiasm for the medium while attending all inter-university events. Daily meetings and discussions will be organised by the club, as well as activities such as photo sessions, event shoots, and exhibitions. The members would also investigate the possibilities for photography projects in partnership with different departments and in school, including peer-to-peer portfolio evaluations and field trios, as well as museum or gallery visits.

 

Name of the Faculty In-charge

ASOK BISWAS

Names of Student Representatives

Raksha Patel 2nd Year, SOFD

Total Number of Students in the club

Enrolment is going on the process

Upcoming Club Activities:

Session1. Class on the Composition

Session2. History of the camera & Photography

Session3. Mechanism of the Camera & Photography

Session4. Hands-on training on Indoor-Outdoor

Photography and event Photography

Session5. Hands-on training on the Portrait, Product, Candid

Session6. The hands-on training on the Photo Journalism

 

The Club Activity's Outcome:

 

Since drawing and photography are the only media to describe any statement, students will be able to compose any thought very well in every aspect of their creative lives. As a result of this activity, students will be able to summarise their understanding through images.

 

Model United Nations

 

The Club's Mission Statement:

  • Diplomacy, foreign affairs, and the United Nations are among the topics that students will study.
  • Teamwork and group communication, dispute resolution, negotiation, consensus-building, critical thinking, public speaking, and listening are all necessary social skills to develop and practise.
  • Students should learn about leadership skills in addition to critical thought.

 

Activity Calendar:-

 

S.N.

Club/ Society

Activity

1

Model United Nations

Meeting of all Student volunteers and a brief discussion about MUN

2

Model United Nations

Debate on MUN

3

Model United Nations

Internal seminar and debate on MUN

4

Model United Nations

MUN seminar for both internal and external students

5

Model United Nations

Debate on International relations

6

Model United Nations

Debate on student leadership

7

Model United Nations

MUN seminar for both internal and external students

 

The Club Activity's Outcome:

 

The MUN is an excellent place for students to learn to overcome their fear of public speaking. This opportunity to conquer a fear of public speaking is fantastic because it promotes professional development and boosts self-confidence. It will broaden students' understanding of global issues because MUN requires all participants to consider global issues so that their input will help solve the challenges that face our world today. Through practise, participants gain trust and leadership skills. MUN events provide a secure and organised atmosphere for students to practise study, public speaking, teamwork, negotiation, and writing skills.

 

ECO Sustainability Club

 

The Club's Mission Statement:

 

To establish a centre of excellence to provide technical services, training, and product innovation, design, and marketing in a variety of science and technology fields for the benefit of society at large.

 

Club Events Coming Up

  • Entrepreneurship Awareness Camp (EAC): Incubation and Innovation Centre will host an Entrepreneurship Awareness Camp (EAC) for students in August 2019 in collaboration with EDI Ahmadabad. This EAC serves as a base for the Innovation & Incubation Center to be developed.
  • Faculty Development Program (FDP)/Workshop on Entrepreneurship: In August 2019, a Faculty Development Program (FDP) on Entrepreneurship will be held with the aim of improving entrepreneurial and business development skills so that faculty (both within and outside) can assist in the creation of start-ups and entrepreneurship activities.
  • International Conference: In August 2020, an international conference on innovation, entrepreneurship, and startups will be held. The key goal of this two-day international conference is to reflect on the problems of inclusive entrepreneurship and innovation creation around the world.

 

The Club Activity's Outcome:

 

E-Cell will assist students in developing a positive attitude toward entrepreneurship and assisting them in starting their own company.

  • Encourage and promote activities related to knowledge development, creativity, and entrepreneurship.
  • Encourage innovation by fostering an environment that encourages the development of new businesses in the state.
  • Encourage those with a passion for information creation and mentoring to pursue entrepreneurship.
  • Make entrepreneurially-driven engagement programmes a priority for ensuring the long-term viability of indigenous businesses.

 

Youth Social

 

The Mody University Youth Social Responsibility Club seeks to instil a sense of responsibility in the university's youth. The club offers a forum for students to assist in the development of rural India. The club is affiliated with the Unnat Bharat Abhiyan initiative, which is a flagship programme of the Ministry of Human Resource Development aimed at enhancing rural India. The scheme aims to link higher education institutions with at least five villages so that they can use their skills to improve the economic and social well-being of these communities. Bhuriya Ka Bas, Bau, Yaalsar, Lalasi, and Narodara are among the villages that Mody University Of Science And Technology has adopted.

 

PRIMARY OBJECTIVES:


 

  • To educate and inform the motivated youth
  • Students should be more mindful of what is going on around them.
  • Getting students involved in learning about rural life
  • Instilling a sense of responsibility in students
  • Taking advantage of technical advances to assist villagers
  • Promoting peace, harmony, and unity among society's underdeveloped segments
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