GEC, through its various clubs, provides sufficient opportunities to the students so that they could spend their spare-time in healthy pursuits & thereby can explore their hidden talents and potentialities such as artists, speakers, actors, event managers, singers and musicians etc.
GEC offers two types of membership to the bonafide students of the university.
* Regular Membership : This membership is offered to those students who are actively engaged in planning, organizing and managing the activities of the respective clubs.
* Associate Membership : This membership is offered to those students who are regular visitors of our Programmes.
Now they are nine in numbers and are as follows;
University Culture Clubs:
· Club for Short Evening Courses (CSEC)
· Drama Club (UDC)
· Hindustani Music Club (UHMC)
· Literary Club (ULC)
· Fine Art Club (UFAC)
· Film Club (UFC)
· Western Music Club (UWMC)
· Fusion Music Club (UFMC)
· Hobbies Workshop Club (UHWC)
Club for Short Evening Courses (CSEC)
Established in 1973, Ahmad Surti was the first teacher in charge of the club. The club aims at overall personality development of students. The club was established with a vision to Improve thinking/cognitive skills by organizing thought provoking discussions on the topics of contemporary concerns etc. It aims to improve communication skills by holding workshops for student members of the club.
University Drama Club (UDC)
UDC was established under the guidance and direction of the then GEC Coordinator,Sardar Mohd Khan in 1966.Sharif-ur-Rahman was appointed as the first student secretary of the club. It is one of the most vibrant club of the GEC and is known for its significant contribution in the field of Drama, Theater and Acting.
The club won the 1987 North Zone championship, and the 1988 National championship at Akola, Maharashtra. Again in 1988, it won the national championship "Nazarene Awadh", at Lucknow.