WCE Campus life gives WALCHANDITES a complete freedom to overwhelm in routine filled with activities students choose to do, that might be fun, or the activities we wish to do for own growth. At WCE, there are diverse peer groups that team up to innovate in any field be it technical, cultural or social service. This is why our students believe what differentiates WCE campus from others. The GREAT THING about WCE is that the study-library facility remains open 24x7.
Amount of involvement in non-academic activities is majorly decided by in what and how much a particular student is interested. Almost all non-academic activities have a very friendly and encouraging culture for students. This is the best aspect about WCE when compared with other engineering institutions. For instance, Foreign Language communication courses, Akruti, Learning Factory, ... and other clubs allow every student to be the part of the activity.
WCE has student's magazine called "Impetus - Alter The Obvious" which gives students a chance to express their views on technical, social and cultural aspects in Engineering life. WCE students have a Facebook page "the WCE Colours" of the campus where the students express their views or jokes or ideas, or even a blog where students write about their experience of Life at Campus. Another facebook page is Walchandite Farever is popular.
Apart from studies, students love to spend their time playing cricket, badminton, basketball and sometimes table tennis. Evening they play late video games, counter strike matches, volleyball practice or in musical jamming and hanging around with friends as well.
In 1947, WCE was founded in Sangli with just over 120 students. Today, it has more than 4,000 students taking various courses in Engineering and Technology. We create opportunities not just for young minds to learn, but also for them to experience the fulfillment that comes from sharing this learning with others. At WCE, we are always focused on delivering education that will help create the leaders of tomorrow’s world – our students will not just be successful in their individual capacities, but will in turn, contribute to and nurture the world they live in.
Chairman, Administrative Council.