The CSI College of Education offers its students much more than mere academic pursuits and lets them explore, intrude paths that would lead them on to unseen spectacle of experience. The college has clubs that are geared to specific pursuits, targeting all students, and ensuring their active involvement, of which five are class associations, of which the concerned optional students are members.
- Eco Club
- Nature Club
- Psychology Club (Mind Garden club)
- Health Club
- Mathematics Club
- Science Club
- English club
- Social Science club
- Computer Club
- Extension club
The aim of this club is to acquaint students with nature, and develop true love for nature. The students from the natural science are the members of the club. The various activities include planting medicinal plants, celebrate days related to the protection of nature, quiz competitions etc.
The club was built to bring out awareness of nature in student teachers. The main objectives are ‘Development of conservational attitude towards nature, keep college premises clean and beautiful, keep the college updated about the changing fields of environmental study, Be the students representatives to the citizens, with an urge to be environmentally sound, organize exhibitions, shows, competitions and seminars to inculcate consciousness about nature.
The aim of this club is to empower mind of people in general and of the students in particular. Removal of exam anxiety in students, development of mental health, life skill education, Assistance of mentally retarded students in learning, personality development programmes etc are some of the major activities of the club.
It aims at developing health awareness in the contemporary society. Blood group detection camp, conducting health awareness programmes in tribal areas are undertaken. Membership is voluntary.
The students of the mathematics optional are the members of the club. The various activities of the club are quiz competition, preparation of manuscript magazine, exhibition and seminars etc.
EAPEC ( Einstein Association for Physics and Experimental Chemistry ) is the name of this club. It is a science body; the main aim of our club is to make scientific interest in student teachers. Also the club aims to build a society with a highly developed scientific culture. This club is formed of students having scientific attitude from any subject background. Field visit, discussions, seminars; quiz, exhibitions etc are the major programmes.
As part of the English club, literary activities like debate, speech, day celebrations and poster exhibitions etc are proposed to be conducted during the coming days. Students of English optional are the members.
The main aim of the club is to promote integrated activities among various subjects constituting social science. The major activities are field trips, seminars, quiz competitions, debates, social awareness programs, workshops etc.
The club is formed to understand and propagate computer as an interactive, participative and non linear medium, especially to provide new educational experience to each and every students.
The motto of our club is to ‘serve others’. Palliative care and helping inmates of nearby orphanages are routine part of our extension activity. Majority of our extension activities are organized on the basis of assessment of needs of the locality.