Explore Purdue Student Organisations

One of the great advantages of a large university is the diversity of student activities. And participating in student organizations is one of the many ways you’ll be able to make your Purdue experience your own — by finding you niche among students with similar interests or goals.

Literary Club

“Language as a means of communication satisfies the emotional carvings of social integrity as well builds personal relationships.”

We are blessed with a language, as a symbol for standardised development in the process of achieving universal integrity and fraternity on the path of success. Department of English proudly announces the emergence of a new kind of start, which is a comprehensive and an intelligent approach to the need of the day with initiation of English Innovative Club. It would take pleasure to bring to the notice of the reader that the scheme of necessary measures and estimated steps taken are on a lucrative basis, in the course of the coming years for the benefits of students. English club has started drawing the attention of students through conducting the competitions in the names of Extempore, Poems, and Recitation

Science Club

‘You cannot teach a man anything; you can only help him discover it in himself.’ – Galileo.

The Science Club has as its objectives the cultivation of an awareness of science, the familiarization of the student with scientific research, the encouragement of critical thinking and the involvement of students in scientific activities under the supervision and guidance of the departmental advisors. It also helps students to have an opportunity for hands-on lab activities which encourage scientific thinking, creativity, and problem-solving, one of the most important things about it, is the opportunity to build a real strong relationships between mentors and students, not only boosting their science skills, but instilling confidence through encouragement. The Science Club experience helps reinvigorate their excitement about science and its broad relevance to society, and some may carry on science education and science advocacy careers based on their experience. Science

Eco Club

“Be well rounded keep a positive atmosphere. Have magnetic personality Celebrate diversity, Think Globally, Be good to your mother there is no place like home! “

An ECO club is a wonderful way for the young students to develop a sense of ownership, school pride, adding to the community spirit. They become more articulate, confident, and creative; develop a sense of purpose and ideas into practical activities for the club and the school. The responsibility of the club is to devise, run and monitor school wide activities such as the reducing, reusing and recycling programmes, energy saving schemes, promotional events. They are seen as the driving force behind all environmental and sustainable activities at the school. Organise, publicise, and promote, programmes, activities and durability of the environment. Eco Club activities include regular meetings, lectures, films and field trips.

Health and Wellness Club

“Your body holds deep wisdom. Trust in it. Learn from it. Nourish it. Watch your life transform and is healthy.”

Wellness is not a ‘medical fix’ but a way of living – a lifestyle sensitive and responsive to all the dimensions of body, mind, and spirit. An approach to life we each design to achieve our highest potential for well-being now and forever.

The main aim of this Club is to make the students aware of the natural healing force in each one of us is the greatest force in getting well. It can favourably influence the habits’, attitude and knowledge relating to an individual and community. These clubs can modify our behaviour towards the attainment of optimum health as the Physical Education caters.


“As the soil, however rich it may be cannot be productive without cultivation, so the mind without culture can never produce good fruit.” – Seneca

Heritage Club is run with the motive of creating awareness and participation in heritage related activities among the students. The Heritage Club programmes are designed so as to involve students in various activities geared towards heritage awareness and education for learning a craft, museum visits and conservation at home and at school. Heritage includes all- the cultural, the natural, the built & the living heritage. It is an effort to bring like-minded students together to create awareness and sensitise others towards the cause of Heritage Conservation. The club organizes recitals and workshops by famous artists and showcases rare, precious and unparallel pieces spanning the length and breadth of the country.


“Art takes nature as its model.”

The art club is open for any student interested in visual arts! It is the supreme art of the teacher to awaken joy in creative expression and knowledge. Each student is encouraged to express themselves and talented students to continue exploring their talent and create a portfolio of work. They work on drawing painting and sometimes ceramics. We meet every Saturday in the SJIPS art room at 10:00 a.m. We hope to see you there!

Music Club

“Music expresses that which cannot be put into words and that which cannot remain silent”.

Music is an art form whose medium is Sound and Silence. Within the arts, music may be classified as a performing art, a fine art and auditory art. The Music Club is an informal gathering of aspiring musicians, developing musicians, singers and music lovers. The only prerequisite to joining the club is that you love music. In reality, music does not have one concrete meaning. Music is unique in each person’s life. To a musician, music is their life. They eat, breathe and live. Music is their passion. For others, music is a hobby or a pass time. It is something that arouses interest and is pleasurable. Life is a song and one should sing it. Music is the only way to experience it. To many people in many cultures, music is an important part in their way of life.