Vibrant campus life!
Being a student is an exciting experience. But, like most new experiences, it can sometimes be challenging. Participating in student activities is more than just having fun.
Student activities give you a free platform to showcase your talent, skills, and innovations. Campus life is more than classrooms and assignments. Student activities help you build a better character and personality and form a better understanding of life. Wouldn’t you like to become a role model among your peers, develop your skills and further improve your personality?
Over 700 extracurricular and co-curricular activities in 2020-21
At MEC we focus on your talent as a future leader in your field, so we provide different clubs to suit your needs:
- Computing Club
- Electronics Club
- Mechanical Club
- Civil Club
- Business Club
- ARM Club
- Postgraduate Club
Societies at MEC are generic in nature and students from any specialization can join a society based on their interests and talents. There are currently 4 societies at MEC:
- Art and Craft Society
- Photography Society
- Sports Society
- Music and Drama Society
- Literary and Debating Society
- Health, Safety and Environment Society
MEC encourages its students to actively participate in sports activities. The indoor multi-sports area provides facilities for staff and students to organise and play indoor games such as football, volley ball, tennis and badminton. The prior booking option facilitates separate timings for men and women. The Sports Hall is also used by external groups for conducting sports and games.
The Dean’s Cup:
MEC conducts its internal football event called ‘Dean’s Cup’ every year. This event is scheduled in October every year. The College has appointed a C Grade certified coach as the head coach for training the teams. Eight teams, consisting of 18 members each, compete in six matches. Upon completion of this event, 30 best players are selected to be a part of the College Football Team.
MEC facilitates the formation of several student clubs and provides these clubs the required support for holding a wide variety of cultural events throughout the academic year that greatly enrich the student experience and enhance fellowship between students, teachers, well-wishers and participants from the society. These activities are designed to integrate the academic and social aspects of life on campus and reflect the institution's commitment to the furtherance of the all-round development of the student.
Open Day is a competitive multicultural platform where students get to compete with each other in competitions that reflect the demands of industry. The Open Day aims to help students understand the right attitude and skill sets required by industry and at the same time provides an opportunity for students to analyze their own capabilities in the light of workplace requirements. Through such an event, the college also reinforces the value of well- rounded education.
Apart from competitions in the field of Computing, Business and Telecommunication, competitions are also held in the areas of Art, Design, Culture, and Music.
The Open Day is an event organized by the students of MEC with the members of the Student Advisory Council and the various student clubs taking a lead role in coordinating efforts.
The Student Advisory Council (SAC) at MEC has 17 elected members including the President and Vice-president. SAC functions through its three committees: Academic Committee, Student Services Committee, and Activities and Initiatives Committee. Each committee under its head works closely with different units, offices, and departments in the college, to serve as a bridge between the students and the institution. SAC represents the students’ voice in the College Board and its sub-committees, to give constructive feedback based on students’ inputs. SAC takes forward student aspirations in all important aspects of college life. It follows a participatory approach that allows students to get involved in different initiatives through the committees.