Dr. Ritu kumari Singh




Dean Students ‘Welfare department



Ms.Nishu Bhadoriya

Business Administration

Assistant Dean Students’ Welfare department




Ms. Pratya Singh

Applied Art & Craft

I/C Dancing Club



Dr, Anshul Nigam

Bio- tech

I/C Innovation Club



Mr. Deep Kumar



Computer Application

I/C Yoga Club





Mr. Shivendra Singh

Applied Art & Craft

I/C Photography





Ms. Pratya Singh

Applied Art & Craft

I/C Drawing Club





Mr, Rishab Mishra

Dipoloma Engg/Mech.Engg

I/C Abhivyakti (Hindi Club)





Ms. Pratya Singh

Applied Art & Craft

I/C Drama Club





Ms. Diksha Agnihotri

Business Administration

I/C Social Club





Ms. Pratya Singh

Applied Arts & Craft

I/C Fashion Club






Ms. Swati Bajpai


I/C Environment Club





Mr. Vimal Kumar Pandey

Training & Placement

I/C Yoga Club





Mr. Suraj Srivastava

CS/IT Engg

I/C Sport Club





Ms. Swati Bajpai


I/C Health Club





Mr. Balesh Anuragi

Administration Office

I/C Sport Club





Ms. Manju Singh

Students’ Welfare department

Office Assistant






Art club in Kanpur Institute of Technology helps the students in developing their creative skills. The students use paints, oil pastels and lots of other things in the Paintings.

The students have a great time in learning lots of new Medium and techniques and they produce some wonderful art work too.

The Art Club provides a plat form to the students to explore their creativity and try new things. Students create eye-catching posters on different themes like–Child Labour etc.

The Students of Art Club enjoy all the art activities in which they show case their innovation and talent.

Poster of The Art Club

About the Event

Kanpur Institute of Technology is organized “KITRISINGSTAR” Under which the ART CLUB is going to organize a Poster Making Competition.

The winners were awarded with memento. Poster Making Competition.

Topic: Child Labour

Date: 04-11-2022

 Jury Members –Mr. Ateeq Ahmad Mrs. Shalini Sharma

Poster of The Event

Photographs of the Event

“Athletics is not so much about the legs.  It’s about the heart and mind.”

How great is it when we can achieve our personal best whilst having so much fun at the same time! It’s even better when we get to experience this with our skills and power

Athletics provides the opportunities for young people to grow not only as athletes, but on a personal level.  Join this positive community today by registering yourself.

ATHLETIC CLUB is inviting you all to take part in various activities of athletics club.

As it will be pleasure for us and you all to be its part.

Your participation will be highly valuable.

Badminton club


To promote sportsmanship quality among students and bestow a competitive platform to manifest their skills and talent.


Our mission is to make a student hale and stalwart so as to pursue a pragmatic and tranquil life through badminton as sport.


India has cocooned its way out from the famous Indian saying, “khelogekudogehogekharab, padhogelikhogebanogenawab” (all play and no work, makes Jack a dull boy. Now it has evolved as – “khelogekudogehogelajawaab, padhogeikhogebanogenawab” (playing makes one extraordinary, studying makes you nawab).

Indulging in sports is essential for a child’s physical and mental well-being. The evidence of active sportsmanship in India can

also be found in the epics of Mahabharata and Ramayana.

India is a storehouse of talent, especially in the field of sports. But this talent hasn’t been explored and given its due limelight. It could be so because of a lack of motivation and the support and most significantly, the recognition by the public. But, now KIT is giving you a great opportunity to indulge in sports and prove your potential.

Badminton is a game of  “Smashing, Holding, Jumping , Moving, winning, running, picking, catching, walking, preparing, waiting, losing, bouncing, twisting, playing”. 

The Benefits of Badminton

  • Improves muscle strength
  • Increase your reflex action
  • Improves physical and mental strength
  • Decrease the risk of diabetes
  • Improves heart functioning


In badminton club, we have selected 50 students from 110 participants. We have already organised semi finalson 20th October,2022 in which 20 students were selected for finals. Now, we are planning for finals on 8th December, 2022.]



(BOY)Satyam Yadav (9511011992)



(BOY)Akshat Nigam (9335924662)


(GIRL)Pranjali Mishra (6392484845)


(GIRL) Vanshika Mishra(8738947555)





Every street to every playground in India is filled with basket-loving and playing people. Basket has grown over the years to become a dynamic high-energy sport that demands a level of fitness with any global sport. Basketball is a great form of exercise with numerous benefits to our health.

  • burn calories (an hour of basketball can burn 630–750 calories)
  • build endurance
  • improve balance and coordination
  • develop concentration and self-discipline
  • build up muscle
  • Balance and Leg-Eye Coordination
  • Flexibility and Physical Fitness
  • to improve motor coordination, flexibility, and endurance


Calendar (2022-23)

December (2022)

January (2023)

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The basic aim of the game involves pocketing carrom men and a queen into the holes that are placed on four corners of carrom board. A player may strike/flick a striker with his/her fingers to hit the carroms.

The following equipment is used in a game of carrom:

Carrom men – There are three different types of circular wooden discs in different colours. These are called the carrom men. There are 9 black carrom men, 9 white and 1 red which is also called the queen. The queen is the most important piece to win a game.

Striker – A white circular disc that is bigger than a carrom man is called the striker. It is usually made of plastic and used to strike the carrom men.

Carrom Board – The most important part of the game is the carrom board. It is a square-shaped board with a dimension of about 29 inches. It has four pockets on each corner to pocket the carrom men and queen. A boric acid powder is used on the board to enable the pieces to move freely.

Rules of the game

  • The queen must be placed in the centre, aligning to the outline provided on the board. The other carrom men can be arranged around the queen in alternating colours.
  • The first move is called breaking and must be done in order to disperse the pieces around the board.
  • Then, turn-wise, the players on the board can start pocketing their designated carrom men by placing the striker on the base lines provided in front of each player. One may strike in the front-line only.
  • If the striker is pocketed by accident, the player owes the opposition a carrom coin (carrom man) of their colour to the centre of the board.
  • Upon successful pocketing of a coin, the player wins another turn.
  • A game of carrom is played for 29 points with each coin (men, piece) winning 1 point. The queen wins 5 points.
  • To pocket the queen, a player needs to pocket the queen first and immediately pocket another coin of his/her colour. If he/she cannot pocket another coin, the queen will be returned to the centre of the board.
  • If a player has less than 24 points at the end of the game with the queen, then the player will be scored 5 bonus points declaring him/her winner. However, if the player scores 24 or more points, then the queen does not bring him/her a bonus.
  • Any foul such as pocketing the striker, pocketing opponent’s piece, piece leaving the board, incorrectly positioning striker, final piece pocketing before the queen, etc. will land the player with a penalty. This will include the player placing one of their pocketed coins at the centre of the board and losing a turn to strike.
  • While there may be many other variations to the game, these constitute the most widely used rules and regulations of the game.


Chess is a board game between two players. It is sometimes called Western chess or international chess to distinguish it from related games, such as xiangqi (Chinese chess) and shogi (Japanese chess). The current form of the game emerged in Spain and the rest of Southern Europe during the second half of the 15th century after evolving from chaturanga, a similar but much older game of Indian origin. Today, chess is one of the world’s most popular games, played by millions of people worldwide.

Paying chess every day can improve your cognitive skills

Chess also aids in sharpening mental capabilities because it makes you focus, plan ahead and recognise patterns, all key skills for girls and boys growing up.

The Benefits of Chess


If you’re skilled at chess, you’ll likely excel in maths


RECENT EVENT- There is no  event performed till date in CHESS club, we have 35 Students.


Prabhat Kumar Sharma



(BOY)Harsh kumar(9918180752)



(BOY)Akshat Nigam (9335924662)





The volleyball club at Kanpur Institute of Technology helps the students develop creative skills.
Before start the game, you should remember the rules and guidelines:

  • The first serve of the game will be determined by a coin toss. The winner of the coin toss will have the option of choosing either to serve first or which side of the court they would like to begin to play on
  • A match consists of 2 out of 3 games, the first and second games will play to 21 points rally scoring (25-point cap) and the final game will be 15-point rally scoring (17-point cap).
  • If a ball lands on the line it is considered to be in and a point will be awarded.
  • If a ball hits the ceiling but stays on the same side of the court, it is considered playable. However, if a ball hits the ceiling and then crosses over the net onto the opponent’s side of the court, it is considered a dead ball, and a point is awarded.
  • All players must be on the court when the ball is served. The referee will blow the whistle and the server has 10 seconds to serve the ball
  • Each team is allowed three hits per rally. A block does not count as one of the three hits.
  • A served ball can touch the net.
  • All players must rotate with each service change.
  • A player cannot touch the ball twice in a row during a rally unless the first touch was a block.
  • The server may not throw the ball up and then catch it if they did not like the toss. The server may throw the ball up and let it hit the floor if they did not like the toss, but they must serve the ball within ten seconds allowed by the referee. Also, the server will have only one retry per point.
  • Players may switch positions during the rally but must assume their original positions once the rally is over
  • The server must stay behind the service line and in the service area until after they have served the ball. A jump server must jump from behind the service line and may land in front of the service line after striking the ball.


Failure doesn’t mean the game is over, it means try again with experience!

KIT offers a wide gaming platform to students through COMPUTER GAMES CLUB which encourages students to try their hands on various virtual/digital games activities and competitions. Playing online games gain huge interest over past few decades because of the accessibility and enhanced game graphics that one can enjoy. The Club serves the aim to Educate, Entertain and Enhance skills of the students for their holistic development. Gaming promote skill development apart from academics such as enhance problem solving skills, improves concentration level, creativity, memory power and teamwork ability.

Eat. Sleep. Game. Repeat.



Every street to every stadium in India is filled with cricket-loving and playing people. Cricket has grown over the years to become a dynamic high-energy sport that demands a level of fitness at par with any global sport. Cricket is a great form of exercise with numerous benefits to our health.

  • Stamina
  • Endurance
  • Balance and Hand-Eye Coordination
  • Flexibility and Physical Fitness
  • Cricket is one of the few sports that utilize both these muscle groups in a large capacity.
  • It helps you make better connections in life and excel at making friends.
  • Focus and Concentration
  • Confidence


Calendar (2022-23)

December (2022)

January (2023)

February (2023)

Engineers League



Pride Cup

16, 17, 18  (all branch)

Cricket fest

6th Feb 2023 to 11th 2023

Dance’s club vision is to inspire our community with non-competitive dance education and offer many performance opportunities in a facility that will motivate, educate, and develop an appreciation of the fine arts.


Dance club mission is to instill a great love of dance, while inspiring self-confidence, discipline and respect of the performing arts. We provide a solid technical foundation for the developing dancer.
We believe if you can dream it you can achieve it!


Tag Line: Follow your own rhythm.

  • To encourage participation in dance events irrespective of the student’s degree of talent.
  • To provide an opportunity to better the dancer in students through constant engagement and also through workshops conducted by professionals.
  • To pick the best of dancers and form an efficient college dance team to perform during various occasions within the college when required, and consequently improving quality of performances staged by the team in various inter-collegiate fests.
  • To introduce forms of dance that have been left unexplored in the institution.
  • To form a team that would introduce the basics of particular forms of dance to interested, under-privileged children .


“Babumushai the show must go on”

Mission – To enhance personality development and bring out inner talent of students. The hidden Scope of students and urge to perform in team also ensures their corporate devour.

Vision– To bring out assiduous and exhilarating essence among students so they enjoy their college life and also ensure incubation activities which can make students their college a memorable one.

Club Poster


Environment club is a platform for students to well connect with the environment and would help them in knowing its pros and cons. Students can participate and grab many opportunities like Poster Competition, Drawing Competition on (Environment theme) and take part in a awareness program and win many exciting prizes.

Students can help in spreading awareness among other to reduce negative impacts of environment as individual, community and as the  responsible member of this world.

About The Environment Club

Kanpur Institute of Technology is organized  “Workshop and Plantation Program”  under the Environment Club.

 Topic: Climate Change and Our Future


 Honourable Guest
Yashendra Singh Gaur (Director- World Climate Alliance)

Poster of the Art Club

Photographs of the Event



Fashion club aims at bringing out the hidden talent in students on the side of creativity. It also enables students to develop the unrecognized skills and confidence in them to a level where the student believes to turn out a creation of own. The club helps students to interact with people who have caved a path in the field of designing. In addition to that, the club focuses on promoting the creativity skills of students related to clothing, accessories, jewelry, makeup, interior art and also personality development. The club envisionto be a suitable platform for various skills in designing which can ensure the growth of students in the path of creativity and entrepreneurship.


Glimps of Fashion Show



DESCRIPTION:The Football club at Kanpur Institute of Technology helps the students develop creative skills.
Before start the game, you should remember the rules and guidelines:

  • A match consists of two 45 minutes halves with a 15 minute rest period in between.
  • Each team can have a minimum off 11 players (including 1 goalkeeper who is the only player allowed to handle the ball within the 18 yard box)
  • Each team can name up to 7 substitute players. Substitutions can be made at any time of the match with each team being able to make a maximum of 3 substitutions per side. In the event of all three substitutes being made and a player having to leave the field for injury the team will be forced to play without a replacement for that player.
  • Each game must include one referee and two assistant referee’s (linesmen).
  • If the game needs to head to extra time as a result of both teams being level in a match then 30 minutes will be added in the form of two 15 minute halves after the allotted 90 minutes.
  • If teams are still level after extra time then a penalty shootout must take place.
  • The whole ball must cross the goal line for it to constitute as a goal.
  • For fouls committed a player could receive either a yellow or red card depending on the severity of the foul; this comes down to the referee’s discretion. The yellow is a warningand a red card is a dismissal ofthat player. Two yellow cards will equal one red. Once a player is sent off then they cannot be replaced.
  • If a ball goes out of play off an opponent in either of the side lines then it is given as a throw in. If it goes out of play off an attacking player on the base line then it is a goal kick.If it comes off a defending player it is a corner kick.


About Club

“GK Club is encourage the students to learn more social changes around the world. It is also helps for various competitive exam in achieving the goat and also develop competitive environment.”

  • One activity Quiz competition was organized in KIT rising star by GK club.
  • Other Quiz competitions will be scheduled in December 2022.
  • G K Club is organized quiz and discussion on the following topics.
  1. Current affairs
  2. Old General Knowledge


As the name suggest the club is dedicated ingenerating the zeal of innovation among the students at the institute. The club has planned to organize following events for the academic year 2022-23:

  1. National Innovation Day on 15, October 2022 and was conducted successfully.
  2. National Science Day on 28, February 2023.
  3. World Creativity and Innovation Day on, 21 April 2023.


To give people a place to bond and to foster a sense of community among those who share a passion for sports. to offer a venue for competitive advanced participation in a specific sport.

To develop leadership skills by providing opportunities for students to organize, administer, and manage the Club Sport Council.

To provide an avenue for camaraderie and to develop a sense of belonging among individuals in the shared pursuit of sport.

To provide an outlet for advanced participation and competition in a particular sport.

To secure funds, facilities and equipment necessary to learn and practice skills of a particular sport.

To promote sport and fitness .




  • Kho Kho is a traditional Indian game that will give students stamina and encourages teamwork.
  • The Kho-Kho game enhances the fitness level of human beings because, in this game, one has to run and sit immediately.
  • Playing Kho-Kho games makes a person very active mentally because one has to make their own strategy for winning.
  • Kho-Kho does not have any piece of equipment.
  • The Kho-Kho game empowers many desirable traits such as sportsmanship, teamwork, loyalty, competitiveness, and self-esteem.
  • Playing Kho-Kho keeps students well, strong, motivated, enthusiastic and young.
  • It helps in better coordination and flexibility.


CLUB Related Photo

About the Photography Club

“Photography is the beauty of life captured.”

The mission of the Photography Club of Kanpur Institute of Technology is to provide a supportive environment for interested photography students to share their creativity, knowledge and passion for photography.

Photography is a wonderful hobby and has proved to be very popular among the students.

At the Photography Club, we hold interactive meetings and discussions for the beginners followed by photography competitions

Poster of The Photography Club

About the Event

Kanpur Institute of Technology is organized ” KIT RISING STAR ” under which the PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB organized a Photography competition.

The winners were awarded with memento.

Photography competition

Topic: Street Photography

Date- 04-11-2022

Jury Members

Mr.Rishabh Mishra
Mrs.Sakshi Gupta

Poster of the Event

Photographs of the Event


To build the creativity &innovative skills inengineer students through Robotics; so as to transfer our work culture by fabricating a world with streamline technology and provide a dreamer youngster.


Tag Line: Build technical, innovative & creative mind 

The mission of KIT Robotics Club is to unite students in an educational environment and provide students a place to pursue their interest in modern technology. The club teaches you a myriad of interpersonal skills essential in daily life. The club is open to students with or without experience because, believe it or not, learning a new thing and creating a new technology is nothing but come with your inner part, you only need a platform and we give you this fantastic platform. You just need to show up and the club and its people will take care of the rest. The club’s environment perpetuates the sharing of wisdom and experience amongst our members. We cater to every individual who ever designs their own circuit and controls their own bot. All we need from you is enthusiasm!




Do you get bored quite often, or are you simply hyperactive? No matter what part of the scale you are on, the perfect solution is a Rubik’s cube.

This Club is the best opportunity for the Students to Release their mental Stress, Sharpen their memory skills and increase problem solving capability which are the key requirements for survival. This puzzle will feed right into your brain. It is the best brain teaser that you should try. Solving a Rubik’s cube can start out as a curiosity for some and even end up as a hobby. Nevertheless, it is quite a de-stressing activity. However, learning to solve a Rubik’s cube takes a lot of patience and strong will. It requires a lot of time but inevitably, it is truly rewarding.

The Rubik’s cube teaches another vital lesson of living in simplicity – no battery, no fixed instructions, and gets such a global sensation. This puzzle appeals to everyone across generations and still continues to challenge minds – both old and young. 

The Benefits of Solving Rubik’s Cube

Improve your memory.

Improves patience

Improves problem-solving skills.

Mapping out your steps. …

Keep your mind active. …

Improves speed. …

Improves agility. …

Improves reflexes

Club Poster


“There is no greater joy nor greater reward than to make a fundamental difference in someone’s life.”

Social activities club is a modern combination of several types of clubs and reflect today’s more eclectic and varied society. Events can include a broad range of activities from sporting events and social events. Unlike traditional clubs we are not limited to one kind of event or special interest but include a broad range of events in our monthly calendars. The members choose the events in which the club is going to take part, based upon the changing interests of the members. The members themselves determine the events they will attend of those offered. Because the purpose of these clubs is split between general social interaction and taking part in the events themselves. The clubs allow people interested in an activity or subject to congregate and interact with one another. Common examples include book clubs, drama clubs, yoga clubs, sports clubs and dance clubsetc.

In KIT, Social Club is not only about activities and events but we created this club for the betterment of society as well as for our student’s lives. Through this club we arrange events and activities which can serve the humanity in some aspects and makes our students learn the important lessons of lives for their betterment.



Table Tennis is a game played on a flat table divided into two courts by a net. The lightweight hollow ball is propelled back and forth across the net by small rackets (bats, or paddles) held by the players. It is a fast-paced sport that requires quick reflexes and great hand-eye coordination.

In normal play, the aim is to return the ball onto your opponents side of the table, only allowing it to bounce on your side once before hitting the ball with your racket. You win a point if your opponent fails to return the ball onto your side of the table.

Table Tennis can be played as singles (one person playing against another) or doubles (two people playing on each side) where players have to make alternate shots.


Meet the new standards!!!


It is a platform to promote effective communication, public speaking, and leadership skills. The club is dedicated to developing students’ skills in effective communication and is ready to support those with cutting-edge abilities. The objective of the Toastmasters Club is to foster critical and imaginative thinking. The Toastmasters Club strives to help students become more confident speakers and better communicators while also fostering their intellectual curiosity and reasoning. It’s a club for people who love English and want to share their writings, readings, and ideas with others who share the same passion and skill.



The purpose of yoga is to build strength, awareness and harmony in both the mind and body,


Yoga club mission is to developed self-confidence, discipline and self motivation to the performing arts. We provide a solid technical foundation for the developing our work.

We believe if you can dream it you can achieve it!


Yoga is a mind and body practice. Various styles of yoga combine physical postures, breathing techniques, and meditation or relaxation. Yoga is an ancient practice that may have originated in India. It involves movement, meditation, and breathing techniques to promote mental and physical well-being.

That way, yoga can support the healing process and help the person experience symptoms with more centeredness and less distress.

Yoga improves strength, balance and flexibility. …

Yoga helps with back pain relief. …

Yoga benefits heart health. …

Yoga relaxes you, to help you sleep better.


Faculty – Vimal Pandey
Mail – vimal.pandey@kit.ac.in