Yoga is more than just a physical activity; it is a holistic approach to life that fosters self-awareness, self-discipline, and self-transformation. It teaches individuals to cultivate qualities like compassion, patience, and gratitude, which are vital for personal growth and harmonious relationships with others. In recent times, the popularity and acceptance of yoga have witnessed a significant surge worldwide.

Governments and institutions have recognized its immense potential in improving physical and mental well-being, leading to its integration into various aspects of society. The Indian government, in particular, has taken numerous initiatives to promote and propagate yoga. It has established the Ministry of AYUSH (Ayurveda, Yoga and Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha, and Homoeopathy) to develop policies and programs for the promotion and regulation of yoga and other traditional Indian systems of medicine.

Additionally, the government has designated June 21st as International Day of Yoga, a global celebration aimed at raising awareness about the benefits of yoga.At the forefront of acknowledging the significance of yoga, the SRM institution has incorporated it into its curriculum and campus life. Recognizing that students face various challenges in their academic and personal lives, SRM understands that yoga can equip them with the necessary tools to overcome these obstacles.

By providing students with essential knowledge of yoga, SRM aims to empower them to lead balanced and fulfilling lives. Yoga helps students develop physical strength, flexibility, and stamina, which are crucial for maintaining good health.

Moreover, it enhances mental clarity, concentration, and memory, enabling students to excel academically.


To lead and shape the overall well-being of the students and to uncover their potential through inner transformation.


The Yoga Club aims to shape students by strengthening their body, sharpening their mind, cultivating emotional stability, and developing social values. The goal is to provide students with yogic knowledge and techniques to tackle future challenges in both work and personal life.

  • YOGA Activities 2018 to 2022


Contact :-

Ms. Sonia Pal

Assistant Professor, SRMIST, Delhi NCR, campus, Ghaziabad Email :soniapak@srmist.edu.in