The objective of Energy Club at KPRIET is to create awareness among the student community and general public around the college about environment friendly renewable energy technologies.
Workshop, Field Visit, Open House Exhibition, Guest Lectures, Symposiums and Seminars etc are the activities conducted to create awareness among the students and staff on renewable energies. Ministry of Non-Conventional Energy Sources extended sponsorship for such programs.
Naanal is KPRIET’s eco club. The main objective of this club is to train the next generation as the environment saviors. Our active environment saviors spread awareness amongst masses about the conservation of environment, tree plantation, waste management etc. It is our small steps towards making a big difference.
National Service Scheme, institutionalized under the Ministry of Youth Affairs & Sports Govt. of India. The aim of NSS at KPRIET is to motivate students at KPRIET to indulge in nation building activities through various events and projects which are aimed towards the benefit of people in and around KPRIET. We share the belief that such activities are always a means of great satisfaction and joy.
Robotics Club at KPRIET is a place to pursue interest in robotics by working on high-impact robotics projects and competitions. By honing the skills of talented students towards these projects, the strength of our students in robotics is demonstrated. It hosts flagship events like servo race and auto race.
Saviskara in Sanskrit means making an exhibition of any power or talent. Likewise our Saviskara Club at KPRIET holds multiple platforms like
- Tamil Mandram
- Ramanujam Club
- English Club
- Fine Arts Club
- Dance Club
- Music Club
- Photography & Short Film Club
- Biker’s Club
Thulir is the social welfare club of KPRIET. Members of this club frequently visit orphanages, old age homes and help children achieve their dreams by providing basic necessities whenever possible.
Visveshvaraya Memorial Club
Visveshvaraya was a notable Indian engineer. Every year, on his birthday, 15 September is celebrated as Engineer’s Day in India in his memory. Every year this club holds a mega project exhibition for college students and awards the prominent
Youth for Red Cross
The Indian Red Cross which has in its fraternity 10 million Youth Red Cross (YRC) and Junior Red Cross (JRC) members keeps on organizing various programmes and activities for the youth. YRC is directed towards providing relief in times of disasters/emergencies and promotes health & care of the vulnerable people and communities. It is a leading member of the largest independent humanitarian organization in the world, the International Red Cross & Red Crescent Movement