Our student clubs are perfect platforms to unwind and pursue interests beyond studies. Whatever their interests are, they can always find ways at PSGCAS to quench their diverse social interests.
An association to preserve and promote the rich heritage of culture and knowledge treasures of Tamil Literature, Muthamil Manram, regularly conducts book reviews, discussions and guest lectures, providing the members with remarkable opportunities to exhibit as well as enrich themselves. Student members are encouraged to be constructive critics and become intellectually powerful.
The Rotaract Club of PSGCAS is a lively club that organizes several programmes like Quiz Competitions, Public Service Sessions and Counseling for Fund Management. It focuses on developing the priceless values of dedication and diligence among the students in order to ensure better society in the days to come.
With ‘Recognition, Solution and Revolution’ as the baseline, the Thinkers’ Association is an arena that grants freedom of expression of thoughts on various social, political, cultural and economic concerns. The discussions and lectures organized by the Association revolve around creating empowered future citizens.
"Think before you speak. Read before you think"
– Fran Lebowitz.
Reading is inevitable. Nila Mutram satiates the knowledge yearning of members. Regular books reviews and guest lectures organized by the Club promotes knowledge sharing, analytical skills and critical thinking among the members.
The Club (YRC) is part of the Indian Red Cross Society. It conducts awareness programmes on First Aid, Voluntary Blood Donation, Physical Fitness and other Socially Relevant activities. It instils social responsibility among students by making them understand that no action is small as long as it benefits the needy.
The Centre channels its activities to make the student community realize the significance of gender equality for societal welfare and national development. Women’s empowerment is the primary concern, for the attainment of which, the Centre regularly conducts conferences, workshops, symposiums and development programmes related to women’s emancipation, entrepreneurship and skill enhancement.
SRISHTI is a club for kindling the creative skills of the women students, teaching staff and non-teaching staff of the Institution. It encourages close association among the women members of the campus in planning and implementing events for enriching their creativity and promoting self-reliance and confidence.
The Science Club equips the students with theoretical and practical knowledge in the field of science by exposing them to a wide range of discussions, seminars, training, competitions and hands-on training. Students are encouraged to approach the expansive arena of science with an explorative perspective.
This is a Special Club for the Special Candidates to showcase their talents and skills. The Club endows the members with resources and guidance to ensure enduring motivation and success. Activities related to arts, crafts, photography and intellectual skills are organized in a friendly atmosphere to augment the confidence of the student members.
Casians are groomed into eco-friendly citizens by the efforts of the Eco Club, whose objective is to sensitize the students on the importance of nature, conservation and sustainability. Students are trained for documentation dissemination of green messages. Bird watching, trekking, wild life filmmaking and expert talk on ecology and environment are organized to enthuse and enrich the student community.
In honour of Thirukkural, the single source of knowledge on rudiments of life, the Peravai conducts kaviarangams, workshops and pattimandram to propagate its eminence. By writing one Thirukkural a day in the campus, the Peravai is making a difference in the perception of the individuals reading it. Pongal Vizha is organized in an elegant manner to uphold the rich Tamil cultural heritage.
The Club is a pedestal for exhibiting the theatrical skills of the students. It is dedicated to bring out the joy and fervor of theatre arts. It supports the dreams and visualization of the student members by motivating them to participate in competitions and fests held all over the country.
Line Light is the forum for book lovers. The forum organizes fortnightly meetings to discuss, review and exchange books. The focus is to help members understand, analyse and appreciate contemporary and classical writing styles of factual and fictional literature and thereby enhance their own form of writing to match professional publishing works. Discussions on authors and meetings with authors widen the knowledge horizon of the members and participants. Moulding the members into knowledgeable orators, reviewers and intellectual contributors are the objectives of the Club.
The National Testing Forum focuses on preparing students to steer the journey of competitive examinations by improving their language proficiency, analytical skills and problem-solving skills.
The Club aims to create awareness of the benefits of entrepreneurship and develop entrepreneurial spirit among students. It emphasizes the need for innovation in today's competitive world, inspires the students to come up with a practical approach to their innovative ideas and thus create young and talented student innopreneurs. i-bazaars are organized to provide platform for the students to identify business opportunity and sell their products through the stalls both in commercial and food category.
The Cell is established under Honourable Supreme Court's, Ministry of Human Resources Development's, University Grants Commission's, Human Rights Commission's directions. The Cell was established in the year 2009, as a mandatory requirement in accordance with the guidelines provided by the above authorities in order to prevent harassment and exploitation of women. The Cell works with the objectives to create a congenial environment for the all round development of women students, faculty and staff within the campus, to create an awareness among women students and staff about the laws enacted for women's protection and well-being, to provide counselling and guidance to women students and staff on issues related to education, health and other problems, to protect women students and staff against any harassment, sexual or otherwise and to take action against any complaints received and to safeguard and support the interests of women towards their personal and professional development. As per the directive of apex authorities, as an extension of the Cell, a complaint box has been placed in the college campus, in order to enable women students/staff (both teaching and non-teaching) to report any grievances or atrocities against them.
The Forum plans for a systematic and prescribed utilitarian perspective for managing the resources of the Institution. Planning of appropriate utilization of renewable, non-renewable and space resources are taken care of by the Forum.
The prominent goal of the IAS Study Circle is to prepare the students for Civil Service Examinations. Guest lectures, Group Discussions and Conferences are organized regularly in order to support and guide the student aspirants. Interactive sessions with Civil Services Officers and eminent personalities are conducted to widen the knowledge horizons of the students and enrich their experiences with a motive to instill confidence in them.
The alumni of MSW students from PSG College of Arts & Science have formed an association in the name of Social Work Forum. It was established in the year 1997, to promote continuous and cordial relationship among the alumni to encourage, regulate and elevate the professional, general knowledge of its members engaged in the profession and to the help the students to have a better interaction with the field work agencies and practicing professionals. This forum is meant to improve the members’ knowledge in the related areas by conducting seminars, special courses/lectures to update the knowledge of the students as well as practicing professionals.
CASTUNE is the Music Club of the College. The main objective of the club is to bring out the talents and creativity of the Casians in various genres of music and providing them a platform to showcase their talents in both vocal and instrumental music
'Gender Champions Club' has been established in the year 2015 as per the guidelines provided by UGC in line with the directive of Ministry of Women and Child Development's Guidelines for engagement of Gender Champions by schools and colleges across the country. The Club operates to provide an integrated and interdisciplinary approach to understand the social and cultural constructions of gender that shape the experiences of women and men in the society and to make the young boys and girls gender sensitive to enable creating positive social norms that value girls and their rights.
Aram Forum highlights the significance of our culture and life values for the development and success of the younger generations. It aims at inculcating traditional values and create self-awareness among the student members.
Yoga has become the way of life. Yoga Club enlightens the students and members about the role of self-control, concentration and higher levels of consciousness as the building blocks of meaningful life. It stresses the need for personal integrity and imparts knowledge and training on Asanas for effective physical, mental and spiritual integration.
Forum for Active Campus Endeavours is an initiative to help the aspiring students hone their skills and talents, especially analytical and critical thinking skills, with a view to groom them into successful and responsible citizens. It is an equal opportunity club for all interested students. The Forum aims at holistic development of students through providing extensive exposure and opportunities to showcase their intellect and skills by organizing interactive sessions with eminent persons, group discussions and mind games.
CAS Crew promotes Casians’ interests in dance and cultural activities to help them identify themselves, realize their dreams and enhance their social skills. The students get opportunities to cultivate and preserve Indian culture, update their knowledge on modern trends in dance and apply value systems, aesthetics and approaches in their performances.
The Club directs its efforts to expose students to Indian and Global Heritage and Culture through the media of cinema. Good world cinema epitomizes the victory and losses of an individual, society and the world at large with its varied challenges in everyday life. Students deconstruct the films and adopt them to local milieu.