GHRU, Amravati, equal importance is given to co-curricular activities along with the academics. We are very keen and serious about the overall development of the students. That’s why we have various co-curricular and cultural activities with formation of various clubs taking place at GHRU, Amravati campus.
Trekking club is first of its kind initiated in the campus towards saving our mother nature. Trekking club was constituted with students as club members and aimed at improving the diversity of plants and conservation of forest. Activities table under nature club are as follows:
|Name of Activity.||Place of Activity||Date of Activity||Name Of Expert||No of beneficiary|
|Nature trail||Bandarjeera, Pohra-Malkhed Tiger Reserve Forest||04-08-2018||Mr. Om Gosatkar & Mr. Shanatu Patil, Member Youth for Nature Conservation, Amravati||15|
|Nature trail||Bandarjeera, Pohra-Malkhed Tiger Reserve Forest||25-08-2018||Mr. Om Gosatkar & Mr. Shanatu Patil, Member Youth for Nature Conservation, Amravati||20|
|Nature trail||Bhawani lake¸ Pohra-Malkhed Tiger Reserve Forest||08-09-2018||Mr. Om Gosatkar & Mr. Shanatu Patil, Member Youth for Nature Conservation, Amravati||15|
|Nature trail||Pohra-Malkhed Tiger Reserve Forest||15-09-2018||Mr. Om Gosatkar & Mr. Shanatu Patil||20|
|Guest lecture on Role of Youth in Wild life and Nature Conservation and Opportunities of Engineering students in Wildlife||National Service Scheme, G.H.R.C.E.M Amravati||16-02-2019||Mr. Gajendra Narwane, DFO, Amravati Division & Dr. Swapnil Sonane, President, Youth for Nature Conservation, Amravati||60|
We have students from different cultures from across India. We give them a platform in different forms of dance which make them open to various cultures and inhibit their traditions. The Dancing Club is a fun group for people who wish to learn how to shimmy, shake, and body roll like they’ve never done before. The senior members choreograph and teach dances to new members that are performed throughout the year. Anyone is welcome to join; no previous dance experience is required.
Archery was started because a group of students showed an interest in archery and wanted to have a club that they could go to, to unwind and chat with friends and at the same time shoot bow and arrow. As for membership, anyone from students of GHRU or staff can join this club. You do not require any previous experience with a bow, and all supplies will be provided. Students can join this club at any time during the year. We do not have any dues nor do we have tryouts. The only thing we ask of the students is to come shoot some arrows, have a good time, and attend the meetings.
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Whether you admit it or not, music imbeds our daily life, weaving its beauty and emotion through our thoughts, activities and memories. The Music Club was founded by a dedicated group of faculty, staff and students. The aim was to promote listening to classical music amidst campus residents, students included. The Music Club is for anyone who enjoys music regardless of whether they are musically gifted.
The Coders Club is a programming club run by the faculty and students of the Computer Science & Engineering department. It mainly focuses on training and developing the coding skills of the fellow members for learning various diversities of Coding and Design. Any staff or students who like to do coding can join this club. Itis the first coding club to assist and help the juniors from the very basics of programming.
Robotics club is a place where we make robots together and discuss them. These robots may be quite simple eg. A pick and place mechanism or quite complex eg.a biped robot and manually or autonomously operated most tasks can be accomplished using both manually and autonomously operated robots (Atmega 2560 made Firebird V). The club provides workspace, tools, intellectually stimulating conditions and people to help you out if you have any problems. Prof. Akshay Kadu and Prof. Shrikant Chavate is incharge of this club.