Beyond the classroom
Students on campus are encouraged to explore and learn through various activities that help them tune in and explore their potential be it on or off the campus.
Annual inter-collegiate fest ‘Jabagadadash’
Exclusively hosted by the students, this annual fest is open to all colleges across India and overseas with a variety of events to participate in. CVVians, conceptualise the events, raise funds, design, promote, interact with student communities and overall organise the fest.
To showcase their talents, CVVians participate in the on-campus, annual cultural fest Lakshya, and the literary and fine art fest Sparsha.
Annual Sports Event
An annual intra-mural sports event is organised for single, double and group participation in various events like Badminton, Throwball, Foot Cricket, Football, Cricket, Chess and so on.
Naada Bindu Festivalof Arts
CVV’s School of Kalayoga (performing arts) also hosts the annual Naada Bindu Festival of Arts, an annual residential music and dance festival that aims to facilitate improved understanding of the arts.
Different schools of CVV come together for CVV’s flagship annual, international conference on New Frontiers in Sanskrit and Indic Knowledge (NFSI) which explores contemporary challenges from the perspective of Indian Knowledge Traditions (IKT).
CVV has collaborated with renowned NGOs and organisations such as the Centre for Public Policy Research (CPPR), Weeramantry Centre for Peace, Justice and International Law and Seva Bharati where students explore the application or implementation of theoretical learnings.
Field Trips and outdoor Experiential Learning
Being in tune with nature and gaining knowledge of the community through travel has been a part of our ancient culture. This is further imbibed in the students through field visits and outdoor activities that are often a part of the curriculum.
The SEVA (Service, Empathy, Virtue and Attentiveness) project at CEG provides opportunities for the students and faculty to together reach out and serve the local community. The CSR programme at CNBG is a rural community-based development initiative that provides free training in music, to children from the neighbouring villages. Over a hundred children across thirty villages benefit from this programme.
CLUBS AND EXTRACURRICULAR PARTICIPATION
Students are encouraged to initiate and participate in clubs and societies that are run entirely by students with faculty support when needed. Some of the clubs are
The first cultural club of the University was formed in April 2018. Named after the famed author of the Natyashastra, the Bharata Society brings together students interested in both fine arts and performing arts. This club annually conducts cultural programmes named Lakshya (for performing arts) and Drshya (for fine arts).
An initiative by the UG students aimed at providing them with a platform to ideate, innovate and reflect upon varied entrepreneurial and managerial skills. The cell organises events that help students in expanding their knowledge of modern organisation and nurture the spirit of entrepreneurship.
Another brainchild of the UG students which aims to make CVV an intellectually vibrant and creatively stimulating campus through fizzing poetry, stunning open mics and stand up comedies, creative writing events and thought-provoking debates.
Students interested in photography came together to launch this photography club recently.Workshops, photo walks, and fun activities related to photography are some of the things this club organises.
Book lovers at CVV get together to read aloud, share, discuss and debate on things they’ve read in the Grantha Club.