We have a very active film club functioning in our College.
Aims & Objectives:
1. To propagate film as an Art form given by science.
2. To conduct film making courses/lectures to enable and encourage the students to take films, electronic media as their profession and develop a new avenue to them
3. To organize short Film Appreciation Courses to initiate students in appreciation of cinema.
4. To expose the students to the richness and variety of international and National Cinema.
5. To emphasize the cultural diversity and integration of lndia, by Screening different films made in different languages with subtitles
6. By screening the good lndian cinema, which is one of the most powerful commentaries on lndian society, rather deeply political commentary on lndian society, possibly we can use it as a powerful tool to communicate to the students.
7. To emphasize the cultural diversity and value education through the Good Cinema.
8. To conduct monthly screenings of films classics from the world Cinema during the academic year.
9. To conduct only film related academic activities.
10. To develop film books and DVD library for study and reference.

1. Dr. K.M. Sudhakaran (Convenor)
2. Smt. A.N.Geetha
3. Smt. Bindu K.R.
4. Sri. K.R. Praveen


To encourage our students to develop the taste for literature and horn their spoken, written and their dramatic skills,
The sole purpose of the club is to cater the needs of the students and also to develop their interest in literature and language.
The Literary Club aims to develop analytical and creative thinking. It offers students opportunities to appreciate different types of literature, increase the knowledge about writers/literary figures and literary classics and showcase their own work. Students develop interest in reading, writing and enjoy taking part in debates and quiz.


Story Writing Competition
Elocution Competition
Recitation Competition
Quiz Competition
Skit Competition
1. Sri. Praveen K.R. (In charge)
2. Smt. A.N. Geetha 3. Smt. Varma Hemambika Ravindra
4. Sri. Anoop. V. 5. Dr. Poornima R.
6. Dr. Remya K.R.

Debate club is a place where students can share their ideas through speech and expression in an open forum, engage in rhetoric on a variety of issues on the Local, Regional, National, and International level, and expand learning in order to become more active and productive citizens.It inculcates a spirit of rational thinking, analytical ability and oratory skills. Students are groomed for Public Speaking and Inter Class Debate Competitions are organised.

1. Smt. Varma Hemambika Ravindra (In charge)
2. Smt. Ambili M.S. 3. Smt. R.Resmi
4. Mrs. Chithra K.


Tourism in Kerala is going through a significant phase of growth and development. The sustained efforts of the Department of Tourism over a period of several years have played a crucial role in achieving this momentum and direction. The Department of Tourism is committed to preserving this trend and working towards long-term goals of establishing tourism as a major development factor in the State. With improved infrastructure and better publicity, the Department of Tourism hopes to receive more tourists, both domestic as well as international in the seasons to come. Better hotels, restaurants and other facilities alone will not develop tourism. Along with the Department of Tourism’s efforts to facilitate adequate infrastructure for the same, it is equally important that steps be taken to create and maintain a collective mind-set among the people of the State with a positive orientation towards tourism and hospitality. We have to re-establish the traditional Indian concept of “atithi devo bhava” in the tourism industry. Our motto should be to receive a guest and to send back a friend. Tourism and the hospitality industry can develop only with the cooperation and wholehearted patronage of a friendly and hospitable host community. It is with this objective that the Department of Tourism is envisaging a massive awareness campaign in the State. Setting up of Tourism Clubs in the colleges and schools is aimed at creating proper awareness about tourism among the youth.

1. DR. K.M.Sudhakaran (Convenor)
2. Smt. Varma Hemambika Ravindra


Quiz Club aims to expand general awareness and hone the skill of drawing rational inferences. The unprecedented reach of quizzing has made it popular with people of all ages in almost every sphere of life. Nowadays quizzes are much more than a general knowledge test. It is an entertaining mind sport which test a person’s mental ability alertness and general awareness.

Aims and Objectives:

To popularise quizzing activities among students
To enable the youngsters to fight and win in the field of quizzing.
To provide information about the present scenario of quizzing.
To utilise the knowledge revolution by associating with other quiz clubs and organizations.
To take the quizzing tradition forward at the SSV.
To generate interest in quizzing as a fun activity that everyone can indulge in.
To generate interest/curiosity in events/trivia through quizzing.
To encourage and motivate students in their quest for knowledge
The club’s members passionately believe that quizzing can be used as a fun and interactive tool to spread knowledge among the student community. We have a range of activities that help us work towards that goal.
A number of activities are organized to achieve this objective.

Quiz Club is to update the knowledge of the students in various fields like academic, General Knowledge, Analytical abilities, Quantitative reasoning, etc. Quiz programs are conducted at regular intervals during each academic year for the betterment of students. Awards and certificates are distributed to the winners during the college Annual Day.
1. Smt. P.S.Sreekala (Convenor)
2. Miss. E.A. Savitha
3. Miss. Sreeja K.N.

Yoga originated in India several thousands of years back, and this system of self-development has acquired immense popularity in recent years. The ultimate goal of yoga is to help the individual to transcend the self and attain enlightenment. As the Bhagavad-Gita says, “A person is said to have achieved yoga, the union with the Self, when the perfectly disciplined mind gets freedom from all desires, and becomes absorbed in the Self .Our College is having a Yoga club, functioning under the Department of Physical Education, which conducts Yoga classes to students and staff alike. We are passionate about creating a community for anyone interested in yoga, mind-body activities, meditation, and reducing stress.


Our Mission

“To enrich the lives of students through mental sportsmanship and to promote the art and science of the game through recreational and competitive chess?”


A. To provide any Students of the SSV College wishing to play chess with a forum in which to do so.

B. To teach basic understanding of the rules of chess, for beginning players, as well as critical analysis of the tactics of the game for more advanced players.

C. To facilitate the exchange of information among chess-playing students and staff of SSV College so that anyone wishing to do so may find an opponent to play and to improve their skills.

History of Chess

Chess has been played and enjoyed by people around the world for two thousand years. The game is said to have been invented in India around the fourth century b.c.,by a Brahmin named Sissa at the court of the Indian Rajah Balhait, where it was called chaturanga. Alexander the Great’s conquest of India brought the game west to Persia. It moved east from India along trade routes into the Orient and west from Persia into Arabia, where chatrang, as the game was later called, then spread across northern Africa and into Europe when the Moors invaded Spain. Ajedrez (as it was known by the Spanish) spread quickly through Europe and had spread even earlier north from Persia into Russia, so that before the discovery of the Americas chess had a firm and established following on three continents as a supreme fascination and test of mental ability, an aesthetic beauty enjoyed by both nobleman and peasant (or shall we say king and pawn?).

Chess is a part of school curricula in nearly 30 countries for obvious reasons. In Russia, it has been part of the curriculum for over 40 years, where “adolescents were encouraged to play chess at a very early age to increase their problem-solving and reasoning skills”.

The benefits of studying and playing chess.

These are some of the benefits

  • Raise intelligence quotient (IQ) scores.
  • Strengthen problem solving skills, teaching how to make difficult and abstract decisions independently.
  • Enhance reading, memory, language, and mathematical abilities.
  • Foster critical, creative, and original thinking.
  • Provide practice at making accurate and fast decisions under time pressure, a skill that can help improve exam scores at school or college.
  • Teach how to think logically and efficiently, learning to select the ‘best’ choice from a large number of options
    Challenge gifted children while potentially helping underachieving gifted students learn how to study and strive for excellence.
  • Demonstrate the importance of flexible planning, concentration, and the consequences of decisions.
  • Reach boys and girls regardless of their natural abilities or socio-economic backgrounds.
  • These observations justify the functioning of a Chess Club in any institution. With these objectives in mind we have decided to reconstitute the Chess Club in SSV College.

Entrepreneurship Club

Entrepreneurship Development Clubs is to sensitize the student community about the need and importance of industrialization. For this there is a need for developing an entrepreneurial culture which involve a set of values, norms and traits that are conducive to the growth of Entrepreneurship.
The other objectives include:
a. Teaching them the way of earning income while learning,
b. The methodology of preparation of project report,
c. The various incentive schemes offered by industries department,
d. Helping the student community in identifying projects of viable nature,
e. The way of getting financial assistance from banks/ Financial Institutions.
f. Arranging platform for interacting with successful entrepreneurs to build confidence.
g. Developing in them an entrepreneurial culture. sector has not been developed much
The main functions to be carried out by the Entrepreneurship Development Clubs are:
1. Organise interactive sessions with successful entrepreneurs for sharing the success stories.
2. Organise entrepreneurship awareness programmes and entrepreneurship clinics for giving information about project preparation, steps in organising industries, incentives and schemes available, manner of obtaining bank finance, areas open to new generation entrepreneurs and importance of the feasibility study.
3. Organise industrial visits and interaction with promotional agencies