Clubs and Societies
There are 11 students clubs and societies currently functioning in CCRC. They are: Eco Club, English Society, Prime Innovative club, IT Club, Sports Club, Health Club, Art and Culture Club, Club of Humanity, Social Club, Scientific Circle, Literary Circle and many more to come. Students join clubs and societies according to their interest and talent. Students become a general member by completing a form and paying the required fee. Students form an executive committee among their general members in each club and society. In the executive committee, there are several posts such as president, vice president, general secretary, secretary, coordinators and executive members. Those students who have talents in leadership or who want to develop their leadership skill become a candidate in the time of committee formation.
Purpose and benefits of Clubs and Societies:
The College aims at conducting youth development programs through various students clubs and societies from time to time to help the students develop their personal characteristics of self-esteem, leadership, confidence, initiative, adaptability, self-reliance, empathy, knowledge, and skills. The college fosters students to appreciate social work, music, literature, language and other creative skills. The clubs and societies are platforms where the students venture to display their hidden talents which act as instrumental to further their exposure in future.
Following is the list of leading benefits achieved by the students after joining club and societies:
- Development in inter-personal communication skills and public speaking
- Evolution as a leader
- Enhancement in time management
- Exposure to teamwork
- Networking and Socialization with like-minded friends
- Opportunities to give back to the society
- Evidences of ECA to strengthen their curriculum vitae
- 8. Platforms to explore and showcase their hidden potentials.
- Enjoyment and fun apart from studies
Students will have opportunity to have fun apart from their studies.
Youth Development Program
Youth development is a process that prepares a young person to meet the challenges of adolescence and adulthood and achieve his or her full potential. Youth development is promoted through activities and experiences that help youth develop social, ethical, emotional, physical, and cognitive competencies. Youth leadership is part of the youth development process and supports the young person in developing: (a) the ability to analyze his or her own strengths and weaknesses, set personal and vocational goals, and have the self-esteem, confidence, motivation, and abilities to carry them out (including the ability to establish support networks in order to fully participate in community life and effect positive social change); and (b) the ability to guide or direct others on a course of action, influence the opinions and behaviors of others, and serve as a role model. Conditions that promote healthy youth development are supported through programs and activities in college and communities. Youth development researchers and practitioners emphasize that effective programs and interventions recognize youths’ strengths and seek to promote positive development rather than addressing risks in isolation. Youth who are constructively involved in learning and doing and who are connected to positive adults and peers are less likely to engage in risky or self-defeating behaviors.