Student Life

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Personality Development Classes

At Apeejay, special emphasis is laid on overall personality development of the students to inculcate human values and grooming students for a bright career. Experienced faculty members groom and trains students in communication skills, mock interviews, presentation skills, business writing, group discussion, etc. This training benefits the students, both in their early professional careers and in their social interactions in professional & personal environments.

Cultural Activities

Cultural activities are an integral part of all-round development of the students. The college provides its students numerous opportunities for co-curricular activities to enrich their cultural interests. Some of them are:

Founder's Day

The birthday of Hon'ble Chairman, Apeejay Education Society, is celebrated as the Founder's day on 4th October every year. Students from each stream are awarded with the ‘Best Student Award for Human Values’.

Teachers Day

Students celebrate Teachers Day as a token of gratitude towards their teachers. This helps in bringing students and teachers closer and friendlier with each other.


The farewell party, organised by the students to bid adieu to their seniors, makes the environment thoroughly charged with energy and enthusiasm.

Inter-college Activities

The institute’s students have been participating in various activities, competitions and events held by other management institutes. This provides the students a platform to understand and appreciate different perspectives and methodologies from different business schools. The students have done the institute proud by winning awards in competitions such as quizzes, case study presentations, debates and other cultural activities.

Social Responsibility

One of the most effective ways to prepare students to be more responsible leaders is to give them opportunities to get engaged in activities in their communities. It has been a constant endeavour to sensitise the students towards the needs of the society, at large. Compulsory orientation lectures and workshops on themes such as gender equality, drug de-addiction, etc. are held to encourage inter-disciplinary approach in students. Recently, the institute’s students also participated in a ‘Candle Light March for Crime against Women’.

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