This club nurtures a love for language, promotes literary interests and activities on campus, encouraging students to analyze both reading and writing perspectives. Creative self-expression, articulation of ideas through word play and creative collaborations hone confidence in the students and are the very essence of the club.
The club encourages students to bring their imagination to life by creating experiences that develop the knowledge of materials and processes as starting points for creative exploration through paint, paper, even sculpture and pottery. The club invites students to perceive colors, shapes, textures and designs differently.
Through the mediums of dance, drama and theatre, the club fuses elements of performance to nurture a love for active expression in the students. Narrative dance-forms, plays and performances are given original interpretations through the club. The Club is open to contemporary, classical and western performative modes and provides a platform for students to excel in the form of their choice.
MVJIS cherishes students who are musically inclined through this club. Besides accommodating and cultivating a diverse range of musical tastes, the club also provides voice-coaching, sessions in musical notation, opportunities to learn to play instruments and compose original scores.
This club encourages students to identify, learn about and adopt sustainable practices that contribute towards conserving the environment. The club also provides a platform for students to take considerable action through awareness campaigns, movements and drives that aim to sensitize the local community about the need to go green.
The Cuisine Club fosters the love of cooking and culinary innovation in our students. Students are encouraged to experiment with flameless cooking including salads, entrees and desserts from cuisines around the world, developing a nuanced understanding of flavor, texture and technique in cooking.
Heritage Education is not merely recreation for students but is a important part of their learning process. It will help them to explore and understand history and society better and will inculcate values of respect for diversity and tolerance. While it is important to highlight aspects of national heritage, it is also important to bring local heritages into the purview of heritage education programmes.