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All set for the event: Students of KL University at Vaddeswaram near Vijayawada getting ready to participate in a cultural programme on Thursday.
All set for the event: Students of KL University at Vaddeswaram near Vijayawada getting ready to participate in a cultural programme on Thursday.

Staff Reporter

Koneru Lakshmaiah University Chancellor K. Satyanarayana inaugurates the hub

A number of clubs to function under the umbrella of KLUSH

Students celebrate the event by staging dance and song performances

VIJAYAWADA: In search of more opportunities to hone their creative skills, the students of Koneru Lakshmaiah Education Foundation University (KLU) launched the KLU Student Hub (KLUSH) with a view to organising student related activities frequently on their campus.

The KLUSH members believe in the saying that the overall development of a student should not be confined to academic excellence alone. Amid a lot of fun and frolic, KLU Chancellor K. Satyanarayana inaugurated the hub.

Under the umbrella of KLUSH, a number of clubs that have been given catchy native titles will function, so as to give a platform to the students to demonstrate their talents. “Yantrana” is the technical club, “Lalitham” is the club for cultural activities, “Samskruthi” is the club to deal with Indian heritage and cultural aspects, while “Vachas” and “Lekhana” will be the platforms for speaking and literary activities.

Under each club again, sub-clubs of like-minded nature will function. “Yantrana”, for example, has sub-clubs “Sadhana” to cater to research and “Saankhya” to deal with mathematics. Under “Lalitham”, “Abinaya” (dramatics), “Svara” (music), “Nartana” (dance) and “Varna” (painting) sub-clubs will function.

The “Hobby” club has three sub-clubs – “Chihna” (philately and coin collection),”Vayana” (knitting) and “Chitra” (photography). The “Samskruthi” club will play a key role in developing the culture and moral values along with soft skills. It has two sub-clubs named “Tattva” (philosophy) and “Parva” (conduct of festivals), according to the student organisers of the KLUSH.

The KLUSH has a central working committee with a president, a vice-president, four general secretaries, four organisational executives, treasurers and many more functionaries.

The students set the tone for the future activities by staging impressive dance and song performances on the occasion of inauguration when the campus witnessed a festive mood.

Website launched

The website of KLUSH was inaugurated by Pro-Chancellor K.L. Havish, while the souvenir was released by the Chancellor.


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