The auspicious day Guru Purnima is celebrated every year to pay tribute to the selflessness and dedication of the Gurus. The students show their gratefulness towards their teachers through poems songs cards and videos.
Photo Walk is organised one or two days before the NSS day to give students an opportunity to showcase their creativity through photography. It makes them to see the world around them with a different view.
NSS Day is observed every year on 24th September and each year it is celebrated much enthusiastically and uniquely. It witnesses major public events like Nukkad Natak, visit to villages, interaction with public and much more.
Along with our national festivals viz Republic Day and Independence Day, we celebrate Gandhi Jayanti with full devotion. Workshops and activities related to cleanliness along with competitions like essay writing, slogan writing, poster making and so on are organised to remember him.
We believe that every blood Donor is a life saver and following this one day blood donation camp is organised every year in the month of January, during the National Youth week, in collaboration with any steamed local Hospital. Every year we succeed in contributing a good amount of blood to the blood bank.
Health is wealth and we are much concerned about this. One day health check-up camp is organised every year in collaboration with any reputed Hospital in the campus. This check-up includes check up of blood pressure, sugar level and eye sight and providing health Advises regarding the same
We celebrate 21st June i.e. International Yoga Day with full spirit and enthusiasm every year. We celebrated a virtual Yoga Day amid COVID-19 by organising a live session Yoga with family and practicing the same from home.
World Population Day is observed on 11th July. NSS Volunteers make their contribution by spreading awareness among the public about the growing population issues through rallies and posters.
Swami Vivekananda's birthday on January 12 is celebrated as National Youth Day and the week commencing from that day is known as the National Youth Week.To remember him and his teachings seminars, art galleries and book-fairs are organised along with several activities throughout the week
AIDS day is observed every year on 1st December worldwide. We celebrate this day in association with Red Ribbon Club, IET-DAVV majorly by forming a long human chain, which symbolizes that we stand united in the support of people living with AIDS and to make people aware that HIV doesn't transmit by handshakes or normal physical contacts. We also aware people about precautions and symptoms of AIDS through Nukkad Natak(street play) and posters.