Student Organizations

Student Organizations



Enthusia is VJTI’s annual sports festival, generally held in the month of December. It is a platform for students of VJTI as well as other colleges to showcase their talent in the field of sports. Enthusia has inter-college as well as intra-college events in a variety of sports. Enthusia provides the students with the much-needed physical activity amidst their busy academic schedule. We, at VJTI, are fortunate to have a basketball court, cricket ground, football ground, and a indoor and outdoor Gymnasium.


Technovanza is VJTI's annual technical festival, where students showcase their technical skills and knowledge. It aims to educate the public about engineering principles and spread technological awareness. Fueled by student creativity and guided by dedicated faculty, Technovanza upholds values of teamwork, integrity, and professionalism. It has become a premier techno-management event, engaging students, industry, and society.



Pratibimb is VJTI's national cultural festival, reflecting energy, enthusiasm, and camaraderie. It provides a platform for college students to showcase their talent through various contests and workshops in art, music, dance, and literary arts. Organized by VJTI's innovative students, Pratibimb builds confidence, managerial skills, and versatility over three fun-filled days.


Preserving the Marathi culture and adapting to the modernization, Rangawardhan has carved a special niche for itself in everyone’s heart. Culture is the heart and soul of human life and hence preserving it is our utmost duty. Rangawardhan has asserted the prominence of Marathi in art, literature and many such fields. While showcasing the Marathi culture through various competitions and being blessed by the presence of eminent personalities. Rangawardhan is a prominent medium for showcasing our rich culture through drama, dance, literature, art etc. by implementing innovative ideas every year.



The Entrepreneurship cell, VJTI plays a pivotal role in promoting entrepreneurship amongst students. It is an organisation created by and for the students to help transform innovative ideas into path-breaking establishments. It provides young innovators with mentors, funds, helps establish a healthy network, exposure and most importantly motivates and encourages young talent.


The Debate & Literary Activities Society, better known as DLA, is a student organization under the Humanities & Management Department. They organize regular seminars and lectures on Economics, Literature, Creative Writing, etc. The DLA is the only non-technical society in college. They organize quizzes, debates and MUNs. The DLA is also in charge of VJ News – the official newsletter of VJTI.


Fine Arts

“Art is Not What You See, But What You Make Others See!” With this same belief, Fine Arts provide a huge platform to Art Enthusiasts of VJTI. This independent society is free to join and provides the required environment to nurture the artist
in oneself in VJTI. This society helps maintain the scenic beauty of the college and painting the canteen wall.


Ganeshotsava is prominent festival of VJTI Hostels. Every year hostellites celebrate Ganesha-Chaturthi in college campus. Main aim of the festival is to increase interaction between the first years and their seniors. Hostel life is all about bonding and interactions with each other, and Ganeshotasava plays an important role in building this.



Vishwa is the Astronomy and Space Sciences Club of VJTI, fostering a community of space enthusiasts. It encourages students to explore astronomy and space technology, offering hands-on projects and opportunities to participate in international competitions like the IRC, URC, and IRDC. With the goal of launching VJTI’s first student satellite, Vishwa also participates in design-build-launch events such as the CanSat competition. The club aims to educate students about the current space race and support their technical skill development.

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