Student Club

  • To improve the communication skills of English, the department of computer applications introduced ABC Club. This club aims to acquaint students with various language skills and functions. Students can learn, play, communicate, and practice different skills, through games, songs, fun quizzes, and short presentations on topics of their own interests.
  • To make aware of the importance or benefits of physical activities in day-to-day life.
  • To encourage the regular physical activities for a positive health life-style.
  • To develop moral values through sports and games.
  • To motivate the students for mass participation in sports/games.
  • To enable the students, change their attitudes towards life (positive thinking, healthy criticism, etc.)
  • To inspire and enable students to actively learn and develop their talent and skills.
  • To create, perform, and experience work in a variety of art forms.
  • Various activities were conducted to enhance the artistic talents of students.
  • Leadership and Participation:
    SSTM's MBA student clubs offer vast opportunities for leadership beyond academics. These clubs are not just about learning; they're about leading and actively participating in a journey beyond the classroom.
  • Skill Enhancement and Unity:
    Tailored to diverse student interests, these clubs are perfect for honing skills and building a sense of unity. They're a place where teamwork and collaboration are not just taught but practiced.

  • Diverse Clubs for Holistic Development: SSTM's clubs cover a broad spectrum, ensuring comprehensive growth. They include Natya (Dance), Malhar (Music), Drishti (Photography), Swastya (Health and Fitness), Samvadh (Debate), Nalla Pachakam (Cookery), Panache (Business), Mayika (Drama and Script Writing), Sanketik Sravani (Technology), Yathra (Travel), and Saarang (Arts and Craft), each fostering unique skills and interests.