Students Council

Vidyalankar Institute of Technology houses various committees for the development of students. These committees range from various fields like technical, cultural, literary and sports. In a fair, transparent process which is widely publicized throughout the college, selection of the core team of the Student Council is done in which secretaries and joint secretaries are appointed for each of the four councils. The General Secretary oversees the smooth functioning of the four councils. Unitedly, the Student Council works very hard to present innumerable events throughout the year in addition to the most eagerly awaited annual festival ‘VERVE’ which is an intercollegiate kaleidoscope of technical, cultural, literary and sports events and activities spread over three full days.


Recent achievements

Students excel at intercollegiate competitions

A participating contingent from Vidyalankar Institute of Technology at Mumbai University fest EKAH -15 has earned laurels by winning various awards, the most prestigious of them being the title for ‘The Best Contingent’ and ‘The Best College’. The VIT contingent for Symphony 2015 at KJ Somaiya, Vidyavihar won the title of Best Contingent here as well.

In Mumbai University’s ‘Ekah’, the VIT contingent designated ‘The Mask’ participated in fifteen events among which they aced in Standup Comedy, Solo Dancing, Poem Writing, RJ hunt besides acquiring runner up positions in many other events.

VIT has so far participated in around 10 inter-collegiate festivals along with Ekah 2015. The performing teams have come up with flying colors in the Fashion Show, Street Play and Music Band competitions. The Fashion show team is carrying forward the legacy of victory with their Greek Thematic Act. The Drama Team has consistently won in all the competitions that it has participated in till date. The students have till date participated in 17 intercollegiate sports festivals. All the teams have performed exceedingly well in all the sports meets and have bagged a number of top honours.

Time and again it has been proved that their inclination towards technology does not necessarily mean departure from the various other facets of life and they excel at multidimensional skills too.