Students Clubs

S.No Title Description
1 Language Club

Language clubs are groups where like-minded language learners can meet up online or in-person. One of the best things about language clubs is that they make you accountable to someone. Whenever you engage in a big challenge like learning a language, it can be easy to lose focus and give up. However, when someone’s paying attention to your language progress, you’re much more likely to keep studying if for no other reason than to avoid embarrassment. Language Clubs are friendly and supportive places for people who speak little or none of the language of the country they live in. Clubs encourage learners to take part in their local communities and progress to more formal language learning when they are ready.

2 ! Click- The Photography Club

Photography is knack, for some, its passion and for some, its profession. Photographs are the best means to capture reminiscences and if taken with exactitude it becomes treasure. We at CSGI give chances to nascent technocrats not only to enhance their technical knowledge but also to work on their passions. The Photography Club came into existence in 2011 and all the students with zeal to do something unique with each moment captured can become its member.



- To provide a platform for students to enhance their skills.

- To give a platform to departmental students to become part of an offbeat type of club.

- To capture memorable moments in a unique way.

- To organize workshops on photography skills.

- Promote photographic competitions.

- Promote the club and its members through the public display of photography.

- Provide an outlet for the expression of creativity and the sharing of skills and experiences.

- Provide photographic instruction and mentoring.

3 Cyrus- The Music Club

Enrich the campus and the region through concerts, workshops, and other public events, and provide opportunities for musical expression by students, faculty, guest artists. And to Develop an analytical, creative, and intuitive understanding of music as a cultural language. To teach music through actual performance.



  • To develop performance skills on the various wind, string and percussion instruments.
  • To develop an awareness of the relationship of music and composition to students current life and  musical experiences.
  • To provide all students with the opportunity for worthy use of their time, a means for self-expression, and a healthy social experience.
  • To develop the ability to function as a responsible member of a group, and enhance social interaction.
  • To foster leadership skills within each student.

4 Clubs

A club is an association of people united by a common interest or goal. A service club, for example, exists for voluntary or charitable activities. There are clubs devoted to hobbies and sports, social activities clubs, political and religious clubs, and so forth. CSIT consist of 4 different clubs viz. SAE INDIA Club, Music Club (The CYRUS), Photography Club (I-Click) and Robotics Club (RAW).


SAE INDIA is one of the few professional engineering societies formed in the year 2014 whose membership represents practically every engineering and scientific discipline. Its members combine their specialized abilities to further advance the research, development, design, manufacture and utilization of vehicles which operate on land and water and in air and space. 90 members from CSIT have been registered for this club. By becoming a member of SAE INDIA you become a part of a global organization whose benefits are geared specifically to the needs of the mobility engineering community. Your formal education and professional development will be enhanced through your SAE INDIA member benefits.