PES University – Cultural Societies at PES university you did not know about

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PES University ( Formerly known as PESIT) is one of the top Universities in the city of Bangalore and is ranked amongst the best that Southern India has to offer. Established in 1972, PES University is acknowledged as one of the premium institutes of higher learning in the Garden City of India, and over the years has carved out a name for itself with the services they render to the students.

Be it Infrastructure, Campus Life, Quality of Education or Placement Drives, PES University never fails to leave the students awestruck on the whole. But, one thing that makes the students go haywire, the instant they get to know more about PES University, is the set of opportunities it provides to its students for their all-round development. The institute aims to build superstars for future, and as a result, lays a significant emphasis on the non-scholastic activities of the students..

And why not? Not many are aware of the fact, that an active participation in the events conducted the various clubs or societies plays a major role in shaping up the personality of the students. The sooner people understand it, the better. So, without wasting a minute further, let us go through some of the societies at PES University, which have been instrumental in sculpting the personality of some of the finest minds in the country.

5 societies at PES University that you probably didn’t know about!

Sanskriti- The Dance Society

Sanskriti - PES University - Cultural Societies at PES university you did not know about

Sanskriti, as the name suggests is a classical dance society at PES University, which also happens to promote the contemporary dance performances. For an entry into Sanskriti, one must clear 2 rounds of auditions that take place on a yearly basis. The 21-member dance squad has emerged victorious on fests conducted at RVCE – 8th Mile, Jain College – Pulse,  IIT Bombay- Mood Indigo and New Horizon – Sargam to name a few.

Nautanki- The Dramatics Society

Nautanki - PES University - Cultural Societies at PES university you did not know about

Nautanki is a 40-member dramatics society which aims to promote the road plays and mime culture amongst the students. The club has participated across numerous fests conducted by different colleges and has earned appreciation from many.

Pixels- The Photography Society

Pixels - PES University - Cultural Societies at PES university you did not know about

The 45-membered society provides a platform for the students interested in the field of photography to showcase their talent through various events, photo exhibitions,  and workshops. For an entry into the Pixels, one must clear two rounds of selections, which involve the submission of images either pertaining to a tourist spot in the city or simply based on some general themes.

Aeolus- The Robotics Society

Aeoulus - PES University - Cultural Societies at PES university you did not know about

Aeolus, founded in 2008, is the aerial robotics club at PES University. As of now, the club comprises of 50 members, and an entry into Aeolus is possible only after a properly conducted written test, which then follows a hectic personal interview.

Quotient- The Quizzing Society

Quotient - PES University - Cultural Societies at PES university you did not know about

The quizzing club organizes Scientist quizzes, Aatmatrisha quizzes, Weekly quizzes, IEEE tech quiz, and even some Country level quizzing contests for students in the age group of 8-12, and generally witnesses a thumping participation from the kids. The club comprises of 34 members at the moment, and any student could volunteer for the services of the club.

Final Thoughts

Believe it or not, but, being a graduate from PES University has its own set of perks attached to it. The societies, events, location, exposure, and atmosphere, all play a crucial role in sculpting an irresistible profile, and PES University students are well aware of it. And it’s about time, other colleges and students across the nation know it too.

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