Societies

For the different kinds of creative actives the campus has a large numbers of societies. These societies are playing their much important role in literary, dramatic, scientific, software, Islamic, sports and many others grounds. The major societies are:

Adventure Club

The Adventure Club organizes adventurous activities for students. The activities include excursions, hiking and trekking, visits to historical places, hill stations and geological sites. The Adventure Club currently has more than 250 student members. Here the adventurous will find good company to give vent to their unbridled spirits.

Bazm-e-Adab

Public speaking is a rewarding art that one acquires through sheer practice. The objective of having the Bazm-e-Adab is to create interest in public speaking in the students by instilling in them confidence, self-assuredness and enhancing presentation skills. Each semester, members take part in intramural and external competitions and events.

Computer Science Society (CSS)

Computer Science Society was established to provide a platform for CIIT students to keep themselves updated with developments in the computing industry. For this purpose, software competitions and seminars are organized regularly. Our students are encouraged to acquire new skills by attending workshops and short courses in contemporary computing areas. Members have brought back several prizes won at competitions, held in other institutions.

Dramatics Club

An exciting variety of musical programs, exhibitions and dramas are organized by Dramatics Club, throughout the year. This provides fun time for students.

Electronics Society

Electronic Society provides opportunities to students to take part in internal, regional and national activities. It aims to develop the concepts of our students by linking theoretical knowledge to practical experience by executing many activities that are part of the Society's function. This greatly helps our students to carve a niche for themselves in the U n d e r g r a d u a t e P r o s p e c t u s | 2 0 1 5 - 1 6 market as professionals. The Electronics Society also organizes industrial visits as well as exhibitions to display electronics projects of the students.

English Literary Society

Effective speaking skills combined with sound knowledge are key ingredients to professional success. Providing assistance to students in developing English Language skills is the main objective of our English Literary Society, which is very active in various English language and literary activities on campus.

Fine Arts and Photographic Club

The Fine Arts and Photographic Club was formed in 2001 to enhance the creative skills of students and develop their aesthetic sense. The Club focuses on sketching, poster painting, portraits, landscapes and photography.

Sports Club

Sports Club arranges all sorts of sports competitions to channel boundless energies of our students. It provides opportunities for sports enthusiasts to share their interests and participate in events. Sports Club organizes tournaments in Cricket, Football, Badminton, Table Tennis, Hockey and Athletics, etc. Besides regular sports activities in each semester, the club also organizes friendly, inter-campus matches from time to time.

Telecom Society

Telecom Society has been established to provide a platform to the students to pursue their interest in the field of telecommunication beyond academics. Through various activities this society aims to increase in its members. The understanding on dynamic developments taking place in the telecommunication industry and also understanding of ways and means to benefit from it. Core activity areas are participation and organization of seminars and exhibitions, establishment of career advisory center for students and arrangements for jobs and internships.

Campus Life at a Glance

  1. Established in 1998
  2. Currently more than 7,908 students are enrolled

Lecture Rooms

  1. 74 spacious lecture theatres, with a total covered area of 49,318.81sq ft.
  2. Each theatre has a capacity for 100-120 students
  3. All lecture theatres are IT enabled, air-conditioned, well furnished, and well maintained.

Laboratories

  1. 50 laboratories
  2. More than 1,100 computers
  3. Major Laboratories are Electronics, Microprocessor, VLSI and DSP and Biosciences laboratories.