About SAC:

Students can get involved in college affairs through the Student Activity Council, a representative body run by students under adult supervision. Students collaborate with faculty, staff, and parents to advance the interests of both the college and its students. Through planning and executing institutional events and volunteer work, the Student Activity Council aims to provide students with opportunities to grow as leaders. Students can communicate with the community of the institute about their thoughts, passions, and worries. The Council, comprising eight dynamic clubs—literary, arts, rainbow, sports, discipline, tech, drama and theatre, and cultural—continues to play a pivotal role in fostering a rich tapestry of experiences for our students. Under the esteemed leadership of the Dean of Student Welfare, Dr. Ankit Pandit, each club has diligently pursued its objectives and purpose and furthered the ideals of our institution.


By the students, For the students.


The aim of the Student Activity Council is to cultivate a vibrant and inclusive campus culture, fostering holistic student development. Comprising diverse clubs such as literary, arts, rainbow, sports, discipline, tech, drama, and cultural, our mission is to provide a platform for students to explore, engage, and excel in various facets of their interests. Through impactful events, community initiatives, and skill-building opportunities, we aim to inspire creativity, instill leadership qualities, and nurture a sense of camaraderie. Our goal is to empower students to contribute meaningfully to society while enjoying a well-rounded college experience, creating memories that extend beyond the classroom.


  • **Inclusivity:** Ensure a welcoming environment for all students, embracing diversity, and fostering a sense of belonging within the Student Activity Council.
  • Transparency: Uphold a commitment to openness and honesty in all activities, decision-making processes, and communications to build trust among council members and the student body.
  • Accountability: Take responsibility for assigned tasks, deadlines, and decisions, acknowledging both successes and challenges while learning and growing from each experience.
  • Respect: Treat all individuals with dignity and respect, recognising and valuing diverse perspectives, opinions, and backgrounds within the student community.
  • Collaboration: Foster a culture of teamwork and collaboration among club members, promoting synergy and collective efforts to achieve shared goals.
  • Integrity: Uphold the highest standards of ethical behaviour, demonstrating honesty, fairness, and ethical conduct in all interactions and decision-making processes.
  • **Student Welfare: ** Prioritise the well-being and interests of students, addressing concerns promptly and proactively working towards enhancing the overall student experience.
  • Communication: Ensure clear and effective communication within the council with student members and other stakeholders, facilitating understanding and participation.
  • **Professionalism:** Conduct all activities with professionalism, demonstrating punctuality, preparedness, and a commitment to excellence in every aspect of the Student Activity Council's initiatives.
  • Adaptability: Embrace flexibility and adaptability in the face of challenges, seeking innovative solutions to address evolving needs, and ensuring the continuous improvement of the Student Activity Council.


  1. **Inclusivity: ** Prioritise creating an environment that embraces diversity, ensuring all students feel welcome and represented within the Student Activity Council.
  2. **Engagement: ** Foster the active participation and involvement of students in various activities, events, and decision-making processes to encourage a sense of belonging and ownership.
  3. Leadership: Promote and develop leadership skills among council members, empowering them to take initiative, inspire others, and contribute positively to the student community.
  4. **Communication: ** Emphasise clear and transparent communication, both within the council and with the broader student body, to ensure everyone is informed and engaged.
  5. **Student-Centric: ** Keep the welfare and interests of students at the forefront of all activities and decisions, striving to enhance the overall student experience and well-being.

Commitiees Under SAC

  1. Jazba (Cultural Committee): Jazba plans and executes large-scale cultural festivals, including music festivals and dance competitions. Jazba plays a vital role in enriching the student life at RNTU by promoting cultural awareness, nurturing artistic talent, and fostering a vibrant and inclusive community.
  2. Dhoomketu (Literary Committee): Dhoomketu serves as a beacon of literary expression at RNTU. Through its diverse initiatives, it cultivates a thriving literary community, empowers aspiring writers, and celebrates the transformative power of the written word. It organises a variety of literary competitions throughout the year, encompassing poetry, short story writing, essay writing, scriptwriting, and spoken word performances. These competitions provide a platform for students to express their creativity, receive constructive feedback, and hone their literary skills.
  3. Rainbow (Multilingual/Multi-Culture Committee): Rainbow, the vibrant multilingual and multicultural committee of the Student Activity Council at RNTU, celebrates the rich tapestry of languages and cultures within the student community. Rainbow serves as a bridge between diverse languages and cultures at RNTU. Through its inclusive initiatives, the committee celebrates the richness of human experience, promotes intercultural understanding, and fosters a vibrant and harmonious community where everyone feels valued and respected.
  4. Dastaan (Drama & Theatre): The vibrant drama and theatre committee of the Student Activity Council at RNTU orchestrates the magic of storytelling on stage, igniting the passion for performance and expression within the student community. Dastaan stages ambitious theatrical productions throughout the year, encompassing classic plays, contemporary adaptations, and original student-written scripts. This provides students with invaluable experience in acting, directing, stagecraft, and costume design, honing their theatrical skills and bringing stories to life.
  5. Phoenix (Technical Committee) The Technical Committee, the dynamic technical committee of the Student Activity Council at RNTU, bridges the gap between academic knowledge and practical application in the ever-evolving world of technology. The committee conducts engaging quizzes and workshops on diverse technological topics, from hardware assembly and cybersecurity to robotics and artificial intelligence.
  6. Velocity (Sports Committee): Velocity serves as the driving force of sports culture at RNTU. Through its diverse initiatives, the committee fosters athletic talent, promotes inclusivity and participation, and champions the spirit of sportsmanship within the student community and beyond. Velocity organises vibrant inter-college tournaments across a wide range of sports, from traditional disciplines like cricket, carom, chess, and volleyball to emerging sports like basketball and badminton. These tournaments foster healthy competition, promote inter-college companionship, and provide platforms for showcasing athletic talent.
  7. Discipline Committee: The discipline committee plays a crucial role in maintaining a smooth and safe campus environment. The committee plays a vital role in ensuring a safe, fair, and responsible student experience at RNTU. Through its investigations and commitment to due process, the committee contributes to a thriving university community where ethical conduct and respect are valued by all.

These committees have core members and in-charge senior students, i.e., conveners, who look after all the activities to be held by specific committees.

The Criteria to be a Part of SAC

  • Good uphold over academics as well as extracurricular activities.
  • Regularity, discipline, and punctuality.
  • Good teamwork spirit.
  • Leaders or conveners who can guide their committees to work smoothly and properly without any interference of thoughts and ideas among the members.
  • The conveners can't participate in the competition they organise in their committees because other participants find the judgements to be biassed.
  • Every committee can have a maximum of eight core members.
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