Beyond the classroom

Clubs - the student activity centre

Student-led activities define the energy of this campus. There are a total of 13 clubs- 6 academic and 7 non-academic. Academic clubs are ‘Marketing’, ‘HR’, ‘Finance’, ‘Operations and IT’, ‘Sri-innovation’ and ‘Agribusiness’. Non-academics clubs are: ‘Sports’, ‘Cultural’ (includes- dance, music, theatre), ‘PR’ and ‘Photography’, ‘Events’, ‘Fine Arts’, ‘National Integration’ and a ‘Disco Club’ for Yoga and meditation. Every club has a convener and co-convener under the mentorship of faculty members.

Community service

Since its inception, the university has maintained a steadfast commitment in addressing the societal needs through meaningful, individual and collective participation in a range of community services. Students actively involve themselves in several projects such as Swachh Bharat Abhiyan and many more from time to time.

Encouraging polyglotism

Sri Sri University offers an array of international languages, vital to the linguistic and cultural proficiency required in an increasingly globalized society. Students can choose from languages such as, French, German, Spanish, etc.

Orion – the annual fest

Orion is the inter-college annual fest and portrays the exuberant culture of Sri Sri University. Orion defines unity in diversity. Orion is the joy of celebration.

With a line of more than 20+ events each year, Orion witnesses a footfall of 4000 students from across the state.  Orion has been one of the finest, vibrant and the most opportunistic cultural and business fests for students from all over the country to showcase their talent.  Orion includes in it a smart, wise and brilliant combination of scholastic and adventure sports.

Spiritual induction

Spread over a span of three days, the Art of Living’s Happiness Program intends to draw forth clarity in observation, perception and expression.  The programme has a world record in increasing the ‘Happiness Quotient’ irrespective of any caste, creed or religion.

The Sudarshan Kriya, a powerful, rhythmic breathing technique taught in the Happiness Program aids in mental clarity, eases the build-up of emotions and uplifts one spiritually. Every new entrant to the university undergoes through the Happiness Program as an integral part of the curriculum.

After completing this programme, students are encouraged as well as provided with opportunities