The Cine Club of the college aims to enlighten the students about the importance of cinema as a vibrant art form and makes arrangements for the screening of world-famous movies. It organizes screenings of nationally and internationally acclaimed films, engages renowned film experts to talk on the subject and generally helps the students to appreciate good cinema.
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)


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. Smt. Gayathri Narayanan (Convenor)

DDebate 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 organized.

1. Dr. R.Resmi (Convenor)


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. Smt. Suchitra A. (Convenor)


Quiz Club offers a lot of opportunities to increase students’ brainpower. Read facts, take tests and answer quiz questions.
* Quizzes improve or expanding one’s knowledge of things, either general or in specific area
* Quizzes are designed to promote, a fun way to study and in the process help improve one’s general knowledge with a competitive element.
* Quiz competitions enables students to think from different angles or simply ‘to think out of the box’ even help build the student’s soft skills.

1. Smt. Sreekala S. Sharma (Convenor)

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.

  1. Smt. P.S. Sreekala (Convenor)


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.
  1. Smt. Anusree P A (Convenor)

The Club strives to promote the participation of all students in the contribution and enjoyment of their musical abilities/talents and to provide an outlet for the all students interest in music. Members participate in all the cultural activities of the college and also in the inter-college and inter-university functions. All interested and talented students are encourage to join as members.

  1. Smt. Geethanjali P M (Convenor)

The Folklore club functioning in the college is registered with Kerala Folklore Academy which is operated under the Government of Kerala. The club focuses on cultivating an interest among students in rural culture and folk art forms.

  1. Sri. Praveen K R (Convenor)

Sense of humour is one’s ability or tendency to be amused, to laugh or smile at something funny. Sense of humour provides relief from stress and promotes health. SSV Laughter Club aims to cultivate sense of humour among students, faculty and staff. The club organises events periodically to bring together members to learn to laugh.

  1. Smt. Varma Hemambika Ravindra (Convenor)

Vimukthi Mission is a mass campaign programme to promote awareness against alcoholism and drug abuse. It is a Kerala State Mission for De-addiction. It is being organised with the support of anti-drug clubs in schools and colleges. Addiction free Kerala is the aim of this mission. Vimukthi club of this college is a part of Kerala state wide campaign. Club will conduct different activities to make our students aware of the evils of drug addiction and alcoholism.

  1. Sri. Lijo Johny (Convenor)

Bhaumika believes that environmental education is a life long process that encourages exploring, raising questions, investigating issues and seeking solutions to environmental and social issues. This Club seeks to create awareness on environmental issues through its activities. Students are encouraged to take membership in the Nature Club. They are provided opportunities to study and admire the environment and thereby understand the need to conserve nature’s bounty. There is a Medical Garden with 60 types of medicine plants.

  1. Sri. Arun S (Convenor)

Organic Farming System in India is not new and is followed from ancient times. It is a method of farming system which primarily aimed at cultivating the land and raising crops in such a way, as to keep the soil alive and in good health by use of organic waste(crop, animal and farm wastes, aquatic wastes) and other biological materials along with beneficial microbes(bio-fertilisers) to release nutrients to crops for increased sustainable production in an eco-friendly pollution free environment.

Students can learn the art and  science of making compost at the Compost Facility. Student-designed composting tunnels rapidly turn farm waste into compost for fertilising the fields and orchards.

  1. Sri. Jebin Jacob (Convenor)

Due to their accessibility and ubiquity, birds are a useful tool for environmental education and awareness on environmental issues. Birds easily transmit values on respect to nature and the fragility of ecosystems.

  1. Sri. Anoop V (Convenor)

To work as a think tank for the Government by providing assistance in policy formulation and to facilitate in reducing the impact of disaster through planning and promoting training and capacity building services including strategic learning, strengthening institutional mechanisms for training and capacity building of all stakeholders at all levels.

  1. Sri. Anup Jain M J (Convenor)

The Blood Donors’ club is an initiative taken by Youth Reed Cross Society student volunteers of Sree Sankara Vidyapeetom College of arts and science with a view to save precious lives of people by donating blood to needy patients absolutely free. The club encourages students to donate blood regularly. A list of voluntary donors with their blood group is maintained by this club, which is very useful during any medical emergency. The objective to help people in and around Ernakulam, round the clock and all days of the year is realized through our policy of  ANY GROUP/ANYWHERE/ ANYTIME.

  1. Smt. Sumaja Sasidharan (Convenor)

A college by establishing a student cycling club has succeed in drawing the attention of local administration and State Government to the serious problem of vehicle pollution plaguing in the city.

  1. Sri. Manusankar C (Convenor)

The Youth Red Cross is the most important constituent of its parent organization, Indian Red Cross.

When there is a need. When there is a crisis. When the situation arises. There we are… The Youth Red Cross.

  • Create awareness on the care of their own health and of others.
  • Understand and to accept civic responsibilities and act accordingly with humanitarian concern to fulfil the same.
  • Enable growth and development of a spirit of services and sense of duty with dedication and devotion in the minds of youth.
  • Foster better friendly relationship with all without any discrimination.
  1. Sri. Praveen K R (Convenor)