Aurora Engineering College
Aurora Temple of Learning
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Clubs

Student Clubs

I t is an article of faith at Aurora to complement the academic component of the university and enhance the overall educational experience of students through a wide range of extra-curricular programmes, facilities, services and activities. These events provide students and other members of the university exposure to a variety of social, cultural, intellectual, recreational opportunities and challenges. Such experiences enrich the lives of students and help them fulfil their potential.

Canteen

Co-curricular and extracurricular activities are planned and executed through a number of associations, clubs, societies and students' chapters of professional bodies. They are owned and managed by representatives of students and are monitored by the faculty in-charge.

Technology Club

This club is a reflection of new ideas and technologies and share latest information on emerging trends, events and personalities who are involved in designing and working of technologies. The college provided all the required provisions and encourages students to participate in the college level technical events. A college level student technical committee is formed in the beginning of the academic year to plan and monitor the technical events and alos the National level Tech fest “Udbhav”

Literary Club

T he activities of this club goes beyond Group Discussions and debates. We envision this club to being ‘Brain Centre’ of the college. Among other activities this would organize meetings with eminent literary personalities.

Sports Club

S ports and games form critical component of a student’s physical and emotional development. The colleges have provided separate grounds for cricket, base ball, tennis apart from indoor game facilities. The highly qualified and experience physical director is working over time to train the students in various sports and games. The college provided all the required provisions and encourages students to participate in the college level sports competitions. A college level student sports committee is formed in the beginning of the academic year to plan and monitor the State Level Sports meet.