This club provides students with the opportunity to explore photographic content. It encourages amateurs to work on their talent and develop a creative eye to capture the moment using the right technique. The club is run by students and its activities are driven by the interests of the active members.
Students who are good at visualising are given a platform to explore their talent in this club. Members get the opportunity to design creatives for various student-club activities and university events. The club organises software workshops for students to learn relevant tools and techniques. Members design posters, entry passes, banners, social media posts, logos and badges for the AnantU community.
The Dance Club celebrates the performing arts of dance and encourages students to participate in inter-college dance events. The Dance Club is an integral part of all cultural fests and spearheads ‘Navratri’ celebration at the University, which organises garba workshops prior to the celebration.
The Music Club aspires to cultivate an interest in various genres of music such as Western classical, Hindustani, Carnatic, Hip-hop, Jazz, Pop and several others. The club conducts workshops on music and invites students to explore their talent in cultural celebrations, college fests, events and other activities.
Installation club encourages students to experiment with various materials like wood, metal, stone, paper, etc. to create installations. It also encourages students to work with abstract materials like concepts from the field of art, science and technology. Students participate in the weeklong workshops where they learn technical aspects and place installations all around the campus, enhancing life at AnantU.
‘ANURAAHI’, the travel club, plans trips and activities for AnantU students, that are both recreational and engaging. Club members visit historical places, seminars, conferences and exhibitions related to design and architecture.
The sports club provides a range of opportunities for students to engage in team sports and activities related to physical wellbeing. The club conducts interactive tournaments and aspires to inculcate qualities of sportsmanship, team spirit and develop life-long bonds amongst club members.
‘Srujan’ is a material handling club, focussed on materials like clay, plaster of paris, waste products and more. Activities include workshops, guest lectures, passion projects, book readings, movie screenings and more.
The drama club provides an opportunity for students to learn aspects of theatre. Activities include workshops such as ‘Theatre acting workshop’ and ‘Character building workshop’ as well as live performances. Club members regularly participate in AnantU’s annual festival ‘Anushthan’.
The Wall Street club helps students become familiar with the basics of financial knowledge. The club hosts various talks from knowledgeable businessmen to facilitate this purpose.
Club members explore and display their culinary talent at various intra-college events such as the food fiesta and festive flea markets. The club organises cook-offs and contests to add a flavour of friendly competition to the culinary community. In addition, the club also organises cooking workshops and community cooking activities to spread the love of food.