NSB Eklavya The Sports Club

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Eklavya - Sports Club

For a Fit Body and an Agile Mind

NSB Academy offers facilities for indoor and outdoor sports such as chess, carom, cricket, football, basketball, etc. and regularly organizes sports tournaments to build a competitive spirit in you.

NSB Academy’s sports club EKALAVYA’s vision is to teach the spirit of sportsmanship in you.Every year, EKALAVYA organizes an annual sports day meet, including cricket, volleyball, track events, throw ball & badminton for girls, etc.

The prize distribution ceremony is held on NSB Annual Day in the presence of its international institutional partners.

Surabhi-The Cultural Club

“What sets worlds in motion is the interplay of differences, their attractions and repulsions. Life is plurality, death is uniformity.

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DISHA-Entrepreneurship Cell

National school of Business believes in India’s entrepreneurial and start-up potential and extends its support to you for your entrepreneurial ventures.

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Social Media Club

Promoting diversity of opinions and perspectives

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Drishyam - Movie Club

The club was started by a few ardent movie enthusiasts with the aim of exposing NSBians to interesting and enlightening movies. The club screens a movie every weekend which is like a treat for all students.

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Eklavya-The Sports Club

Sports activities keep the body fit and mind agile. National School of Business offers facilities for indoor and outdoor sports such as chess, carom, cricket, football, basketball etc.

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SAHITHI – Literary Club

The primary objective of the club is to foster literary activities such as poetry, writing and reading in you.

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Yukti - HR Club

HR club endeavours to sensitize students towards the nuances of HR and inculcate interest in Human Resource related activities among them.

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Women Empowerment Cell

The cell is formed to empower women, enhance their understanding of women's issues, make the surrounding a safe place for women, and address the practical issues related to the welfare of Women faculty, staff, and students.

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