Disclaimer regarding
Admission at the D Y Patil
Deemed to be University

Student Life


The students' life at the DYPU revolves around a carefully designed and professionally managed curricular, co-curricular, and extra-curricular academic schedule with a primary focus on the holistic professional and personal development of students.

Starting with a 'Youth Leadership Programme', the orientation programme for first-year students to familiarize them with the campus and academic life. It includes activities like guest lectures, seminars, corporate meets, conferences, technical workshops, webinars, and study tours, etc.


It includes the Management and Leadership Games, Hackathons, RoboMake, Talent Hunt, Prototype Competitions and many more flagship events of the campus.

a. Student Council

To provide a platform for management and leadership qualities, students are encouraged to plan, organize, and manage co-curricular activities at the university. To fulfill this objective, all the students annually elect a Student Council as the main student representative and governing body. Along with the Students Council, the university has constituted three more committees namely the Student Welfare Committee, Sports Committee and Cultural Committee, and Youth Leadership Development Committee, to effectively manage student affairs on the campus.

b. Mentoring

The faculty and industry experts use their wisdom and experience to guide individual students. It involves regular counseling and guidance to overcome personal and academic hurdles and monitoring of the overall progress of the students.

c. Group Projects & Workshops

A successful professional life demands high-level working compatibility with a group. It requires interpersonal skills to deliver a project as a part of a technical team or to negotiate with the clients or stakeholders. To encourage students to develop these skills, most of the projects are designed as group work to be completed under the guidance of the faculty and industry mentors.

d. Students Clubs

Students at the campus can pursue their passions in areas other than academics. The Campus Clubs are promoted by students for students to help engage in diverse interests and activities that enrich their socio-cultural and academic experiences. It includes the Sports Club, Photography Club, the Singing and Dancing club, the Film and Theatre club, the Book Reading and Storytelling club, etc.