The college students’ Union is formed on the basis of elections contested between nominated candidates on the basis of their academic and co-curricular credentials. There are six members in the Union two representatives from B.Ed. and one each from M.Ed., and D.El.Ed. 1st yr & 2nd yr. The President, Vice-President, Secretary, Jt. Secretary and two members are also heads of the three student societies and two college clubs with a coordinator. Dr. Chanda Modi is the Students’ Union Advisor and works in team with Mr. Vijendra Mishra and Mrs. Poonam Verma.
The cultural society organizes music, dance, singing, dramatics etc. related events like youth festivals, festival celebrations and annual day function. Mrs. Rashmi Trivedi, Mrs. Dimple Singh and Mr. Mayank Limaye coordinate these activities. Literary Society The Literary Society arranges celebrations and observations of various recorded days like International Women’s Day, International Literacy Day, World Books Day through debates, quizzes, speech, extempore, essay, slogan, poetry writing competitions etc. Dr. Chanda Modi, Dr. Siddharth Shukla and Mrs. Sangeeta Shrivastav supervise these events.
The Education Department coordinates the National Sports Day Celebration, College Sports Events and Yoga sessions. Mr. Kashmir Singh, Mr. Badar Alam & Mr. Hakim Singh manage these events. Green Earth (Environment/Nature) Club Concern for our Earth & her Environment is a major affective domain objective of our college policy. Van Mahostav, Plantation & caring for potted plants and campaigns on these issues are promoted through our Geen Earth Club under the able guidance of Mrs. Nirmala Jhade, Firoza Khan and Mrs. Poonam Verma .
All pass-outs are enrolled members of the Victoria Ex-students Association (VESA) which was established in 2009. The alumni in itself is the biggest asset of any educational institution as their success speaks of the true efforts put in by the institution in human resource development. The alumni meet and plan ways to upgrade their institution. Dr. Saroj Jain and Mrs. Girja Bhati are the coordinators of VESA.
In order to promote gender equality, guaranteed by Article 15 of the Indian Constitution, we need to change the mode of interaction at all levels – home, school, workplace and so on. To increase the outreach for creating an environment that fosters equal treatment, Government of India envisages engagement of Gender Champions in all schools and colleges across the country. Mrs. Padmavati Yamanur (B.Ed. Student) selected as the Gender Champion of Victoria College of Education, Bhopal. College selected student representative as gender champions on the basis of her intelligence, decisiveness and honesty, which are absolutely essential qualities of a leader. Miss Frioza Khan assigned as nodal teacher to facilitate the activities of the Gender Champion.