In order to help the students discover and strengthen their capabilities and to work towards personal fulfilment, the college offers a full range of co-curricular activities under the aegis of Youth Welfare Club. The teacher incharge of each class/faculty conducts various programmes as per the schedule which is circulated after the admission. Youth Welfare Club prepares teams for participation in Youth Festival in items like Debate, Elocution, Quiz, Painting, Flower Arrangement, Rangoli, One Act Play, Skit, Mime, Gidda, Classical Dance, Fancy Dress, Orchestra, Music Vocal & Instrumental etc. The college provides the infrastructure of the international standards to instill total professionalism in the students. The URVI Auditorium, the Open Air Theatre, the studios & the galleries are the best by all standards to give them adequate exposure and training. No wonder that for the art-lovers and theatre enthusiasts, for T.V channels and NGOs, Punjab Government & GNDU, BSF, the College Campus and its human resource are the first choice. The young artists get specialized guidance and training from resource persons and professionals from India and abroad who are invited to hold workshops from time to time.
The college has built a huge, state-of-the-art auditorium with a seating capacity of 1200, with green rooms, washrooms, light control rooms, stores for costumes and stage property etc. The college auditorium is abuzz with cultural activities round the year, while its huge foyer serves the space for rehearsals & exhibitions. The Design Department houses an Open Air Theatre to hold solo and group dances, costume shows and art & design workshops. Youth Welfare Department, music & dance rooms for training in performing arts, art galleries and open spaces for mural work, exhibition halls & display windows, cater to the creative and artistic needs of the students. Heritage Centre with its collection of Punjabi Folk Art and Culture, lends a unique ambience to the campus.