“That is part of the beauty of all literature. You discover that your longings are universal longings, that you’re not lonely and isolated from anyone. You belong.” (F. Scott Fitzgerald)
Started with the plan of uniting all literary enthusiasts, the Gnosis Club provides a perfect platform for all book enthusiasts, storytellers, bloggers, writers, poets, etc., at Asian Law College, to come together and share their creative ideas on a common platform. It also acts as an opportunity to exhibit your love for literature through quizzes, book reviews, discussions about things related to literature, workshops on literature writing etc. Students with interest in quizzing, public speaking, debating, creative writing, etc., participate in the activities organized by this club.
“We are the only species with the power to destroy the earth and also the capacity to protect it.”(Dalai Lama)
Bringing together like-minded students who wish to preserve the world around us, the environment club at Asian Law College promotes the vision to educate the students that everyone is an environmentalist to some degree as we all live within an environment. The club supports activities that develop respect for the oneness of life in all elements of nature and which makes the world evergreen and eco-friendly. Through the activities organized by Prakriti Club, awareness on local and environmental issues is also raised. Other activities include campus presentations, recycling projects, river cleanups etc.
“The press is not only free, it is powerful. That power is ours. It is the proudest that man can enjoy."
Parallel to Academic Life; Asian law College runs the foot stamping rhythm of the students’ social life. Media Club and students’ associations provide a forum for interaction amongst themselves and the world outside. Media Club engages students who exhibit interest in Media Industry. Media has penetrated deep into their lives and hence has enormous power to reconstruct the way they look at the world, to shape their opinion, and redefine their values. Along with various activities and visits to media houses, the media club provides a stepping stone to those students who are contemplating a career in any aspect of media communications.
The basic idea is to provide students with an opportunity to develop life skills which will enable them to analyze these forms of modern communication and help them in their journey to Corporate World.
“I can accept failure, but I can’t accept not trying” -Michael Jordon
To build-up competitive spirit among its students, Asian Law College facilitates a healthy environment via its Sports Club, ATHLEEMA. Its objective is to inculcate the traits of leadership, self discipline, strong character and good sports-person among its students while nurturing them to compete in dynamic business environment. The aim with which this club was formed was to promote interest among students in all types of sports and also to provide a platform to participate in sports activities and to encourage teamwork and leadership qualities.
“My passionate sense of social justice and social responsibility has always contrasted oddly with my pronounced lack of need for direct contact with other human beings and human communities.” (Albert Einstein)
The objective of this club is to serve as a venue for awareness and learning of contemporary social and environmental issues in the context of sustainability and corporate social responsibility. Everyone at the club is committed to tackling environmental and social issues to leverage support and create awareness of the issues facing the planet.
“Art is an effort to create, beside the real world, a more humane world.” (Andre Maurois)
Understanding the culture of a nation, people or groups- the arts, beliefs, customs, practices, values and social behaviours- lies at the heart of AEG. By attending cultural events, AEG students experiences firsthand the diverse offsprings of culture and artistic expression found in a community. Cultural Club at AEG also promotes opportunities for everyone to experience culture, participate in educational programmes and develop their creative abilities; promote quality and artistic renewal; promote a dynamic cultural heritage that is preserved, used and developed etc. we at AEG celebrate Diwali, Independence Day, Republic Day, etc. the key event is the Annual Fest Kesshet.
“If you were born with the ability to change someone’s perspective or emotions, never waste that gift. It is one of the most powerful gifts God can give—the ability to influence.” ― Shannon L. Alder
The Drama Club of Asian Law College aims to create a platform for students who have a passion for the fine art to become better in its aesthetics. The objective of this club is to augment the communicative capabilities of the student community, especially in the area of speaking, and also to encourage “out of the box” thinking to dispense impromptu performances. Drama Club also promotes opportunities for students to eliminate stage fear from being the potential barrier of communication. The mission of this club is to facilitate in personality development by turning the students into self-assured speakers.
IT club at AEG strives to develop an understanding of the nature and functions of data processing. Students get a better understanding of the relationship of data processing to legal practices as well as the necessity for a professional attitude. The mission of the club is to provide the highest quality of education in order to produce distinguished graduates in the area of Information Technology. This club helps to satisfy the changing needs of ICT marketplace and requirements.
“Moral authority is never retained by any attempt to hold on to it. It comes without seeking and is retained without effort.” Mahatma Gandhi
Learning of law goes beyond the syllabus of the law as taught in the classroom. To cater to this need of the students, the college has initiated this club. The focus of this club has been on facilitating creativity, awareness and interest in various legal fields.