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Social & Cultural Clubs

 

Soul Pepper- Dance & Dramatics
Contact:
Hetvi Desai
Mobile No: 9512533340
Email: Hetvi.Dbb15@sls.pdpu.ac.in
Faculty Mentor: Dr. Anvita Sharma

Soul Pepper is a dance & dramatics club started by students. Its objective is to demonstrate and understand the nature of basic voice production, modulation and delivery. Examine the nature of trust and responsibility in the context of Drama as a social art form. And its aim to develop the depth of concentration necessary for inventive role-play activities.

 

Jharokha- Literary Club
Contact:
Shikha Jajoo
Mobile No: 9904016243
Email: shikha.jbb15@sls.pdpu.ac.in
Faculty Mentor: Dr. Leena Santosh

Jharokha provide an open forum for ideation, discussion, and deliberation on literary pieces, current and social issues, or any other idea under the sky.

The club arranges workshops on creative writing and drawing. Drop in to participate in activities in activities like poetry recitation and listen to budding poets making lively recitations of their poems.

 

Rang- Fine Arts
Contact:
Raj dhakecha
Mobile No: 8153881213
Email: raj.dee15@sot.pdpu.ac.in
Faculty Mentor: Dr. Rakesh Choudhary

Rang “The fine arts club” is the proposed title for fine arts and crafts club of PDPU which has been functioning to bring out the hidden creativity of students and provide a platform for those who want to show their creative and designing skills.

The main aim of this club is to create an atmosphere of innovation and creativity in the institute for all the students interested.

 

Offbeat- Music
Contact:
Amit Agarwal
Mobile No: 9925428965
Email: Amit.Abb15@sls.pdpu.ac.in
Faculty Mentor: Dr. Manoj Sahoo

Offbeat is the music club focusing on providing platform to talented students at campus and create awareness on different genre of music. Music has the ability to reduce pain through release of endorphins which act as natural pain killers. One of the key objective of music is to increases self-esteem and self-confidence of the students.

 

Panache- The Fashion Club of PDPU
Contact:
Jinal Patel
Mobile No: 7567544884
Email: jinal.pbb16@sls.pdpu.ac.in
Faculty Mentor: Dr. Nita Sinha

“Fashion is the armour to survive the reality of everyday life.” It is quite evident that fashion has a huge impact on today’s culture as well as on our every day’s life. We individuals think we can wear whatever we want, without outside influence. But there can be chances where someone already has gone for this look which you have created. The effect of Fashion in our life gives us the benefit of getting into something new. Through fashion we can re-establish new line of our culture. We invent new knowledge of redefining ourselves. An effect of regenerating new trends of lifestyle and building new generations of people through Fashion. Fashion impost what we wear and whatever is in season.

Panache would be entitled to develop the inner stylist and fashionist in every student. Modelling, Grooming, Training and the overall personality skill development would be managed over the workshops and several events by the club.

 

Rotaract- Social Awareness
Contact:
Rutva Shah
Mobile No: 9574752888
Email: Rutva.Sbb15@sls.pdpu.ac.in
Faculty Mentor: Dr. Pradeep Malik

Rotary’s main objective is leadership, development & service— in the community, in the workplace, and around the globe. The mission of Rotary International is to provide service to others, promote integrity, and advance world understanding, goodwill, and peace through its fellowship of business, professional, and community leaders.

 

Debate Society- Debate
Contact:
Drishti shah
Mobile No: 8469578072
Email: Drishti.sbb15@sls.pdpu.ac.in
Faculty Mentor: Mr. Phalgun Kumar

DebSoC is a students’ forum at PDPU, which actively encourages intellectual and creative interaction. The forum organizes debates on various topics and provides a competitive environment to the students where they can enhance their communicative and public speaking skills.

 

Spic Macay- Indian Music & Culture
Contact:
Shivani Chudasma
Mobile No: 9428991046
Email: Shivani.Cbb15@sls.pdpu.ac.in

SPIC MACAY is a nationwide voluntary movement that organizes programmes of classical music and dance, folk arts, crafts, yog, classic cinema screenings, heritage walks, etc. inside school and college campuses throughout the world to make students more aware about Indian and world heritage.

As the name suggests “Society for the Promotion of Indian Classical Music And Culture Amongst Youth . PDPU chapter of SPIC MACAY promotes Indian Classical music & Culture through various activities.

 

South Block- International Relations
Contact:
Harsh Thakkar
Mobile No: 9879760344
Email: harsh.tbb16@sls.pdpu.ac.in
Faculty Mentor: Dr. Sitakanta Mishra

Our world is smaller, faster, yet faces threats that loom larger than ever. Things are inextricably linked together in this new age. Now is the time, and the need for students to understand this connectivity and speculate on current as well as future trends to stay on top of changes and challenges. With the aim of fulfilling that need, this year we are proud to announce a new club in the PDPU family named after the famous 'South Block' of Secretariat building that houses.

  • PMO
  • Ministry of Defense
  • Ministry of External Affairs
  • NSA
  • Indian Foreign Secretary and Cabinet Secretary

 

Ajia Bunker The Japanese & Korean Culture Club
Contact:
Avani Vaghela
Mobile No: 9327581839
Email: avani.vbb17@sls.pdpu.ac.in
Faculty Mentor: Mr. Brijen Mehta

Ajia bunker is a PDPU’s Japanese and Korean culture club. As the Japanese and Korean pop culture influences youth worldwide with Anime, Manga, Manhwa, Jpop and Kpop. This club gives the essence of these vibrant and unique cultures. Throughout the year we plan to give the participants the experience of Korean and Japanese traditional clothing, cuisine, literature, art forms and many more fun things! We aim to enjoy and learn the culture of both these countries together.

 

Get Away Explore - Dream – Discover
Contact:
Tanmay Goyal
Mobile No: 7623029522
Email: Tanmay.gee16@sot.pdpu.ac.in
Faculty Mentor: Dr. Pradeep Malik

Get Away is a traveler’s club for creating a community of travelers among PDPU. The Club wants to create awareness among the students regarding the ample amount of opportunities and exposure that traveling offers. The club will organize various trips round the year to give student awareness, exposure and life time experience through the journey to discover them.

 

Toastmasters Public Speaking Club
Contact:
Mohammed Rajab Ali
Mobile No: 7572943458
Email: mohammedrajab.abt15@spt.pdpu.ac.in
Faculty Mentor: Ms. Mary Hepzibah

Toastmasters international is a non-profit educational organization, which enhances communication, public speaking and leadership skills through a worldwide network of clubs. It has more than 3,52,000 members across 16,400 clubs located in over 141 countries. Started in 1924, Toastmasters International has helped people of all backgrounds to become more confident in front of an audience. PDPU Toastmasters carry forward the international organization at PDPU

 

The Next Page A Book Club
Contact:
Roopkatha Sarkar
Mobile No: 9978984141
Email: roopkatha.sbb15@sls.pdpu.ac.in
Faculty Mentor: Dr. Harmik Vaishnav

Through this book club, we aim to provide a platform that fosters the passion of reading; a safe environment that encourages the free flow of thoughts, opinions, and criticisms through healthy debates and discussions. Our goal to create a traditional book club for all the ardent readers of PDPU, where they can gather and express their feelings about books that they’ve read and share their individual reading experiences. Such a book club has not existed previously at PDPU, but many have expressed the need for one.

 

Club for Social Sciences and Research
Contact:
Shivang Uniyal
Mobile No: 8630962487
Email: zuben.tma16@pdpu.ac.in
Faculty Mentor: shivang.ubb17@sls.pdpu.ac.in

The Club is a gathering of people enthusiastic about social sciences and ready to enter the arena of world affairs to make an impact. The students would be encouraged to look at every aspect of the society from a different perspective. We aim to help not only our own club members, but also the general audience. In the end, it is not just about knowing things, it also comes down to how you apply that knowledge, and this club aims to achieve exactly that. Theory is available to all, but CSSR aims to deliver to the students an opportunity to learn more than an average student and be able to apply that knowledge in the real world. From the formation of political parties, to the system of voting, to the process of how constituencies are made and how these processes effect the common man geopolitically, CSSR is all about how the society functions in a systemic manner.