Student clubs are created at the Institute with an objective of helping students
to pursue their hobbies and interests and to bring them together and giving them
Networking opportunities. Club members develop bond among themselves by
sharing interest, experience and learning which help them in their career growth.
SPECIAL INTEREST CLUBS
Special Interest Clubs help in sensitizing students so that they take care of needs of the society and nation. These clubs are managed voluntarily, the members of each club ensure that the participation in their area is maximum and qualitative and their efforts are towards clinching the club of the year award which is announced every year on Annual Day Celebrations.
A: MANAGEMENT CLUBS
Drucker Club (The Marketing Club)
Named after the legendary Sir Peter Drucker, this club is aimed to create awareness about marketing essentials and developing marketing skills in students through various activities like extension lectures, case study workshops, quiz competitions, live projects and role plays to name a few.
Taylor (The HR Club)
The Human Resource club provide a platform to discuss issues, articles, current topics and conduct workshops, arrange interaction sessions with visiting faculty panel discussions and presentations on various current HR issues for training and development of students.
Sensex (The Financial Club)
The club aims to make finance an enjoyable subject and enable students to make it as a career choice. The club provides platform to students through workshops and extension lecture on current issues like budgetary changes, new govt. policies, market structure and market determinants to name a few.
Chanakya (The Thinkers Club)
It is the thinkers club of DAVIM which strives for continuous improvement in the organization. It mainly focuses on the idea generation, brainstorming, debates and panel discussions on the issues that lead to the overall development of the organization. This club also provides a lot of support to other clubs in improvising their system and functioning.
B: INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY CLUBS
The name itself specify, it is the club of the programmers. It encourages the students to take initiative to learn and grasp new and old language programming. The club also organizes training programs for the students as well as external customers frequently.
Open Source Club
This club is basically the backbone of all the learning clubs. Open Source Club regularly interacts with the industry as well as students for the live projects. Also the members are involved in taking up many online open source code projects.
Information System Club
This club is involved into knowledge and information management. It keeps the students updated with the latest developments in the field of IT industry. It also organizes and participates in many technical festivals across the country.
The club mainly attracts the members who are interested in the field of hardware solutions along with an integration of the software solutions.