Tula’s Institute holds an annual meet of northeast students from across the city and colleges under one roof. Students from Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland and Tripura are invited to be a part of this event. It is an effort by Tula’s Institute to hold a similar convention in order to make the students feel comfortable and have a stronger sense of their community. Such events are encouraged as they initiated bonds of friendship between diverse regions of India. In a country as varied as India, it serves to strengthen the cultural fabric of the nation.
Conventions such as these foster unity and a sense of fraternity amongst the northeastern community at large. The college gives a common roof to all students from the northeast in order to make them feel more secure and also provide a solution to any problems they face staying away from home.
A council has been appointed to guide the students with issues such as accommodation, transport and other sensitive issues. It is an attempt to make students feel free, dignified and secure.
Cultural programs are also given due importance in order to ensure that the students from North India also get to experience the rich cultural heritage of the North East. Several programs showcasing the culture of the northeast are showcased during such meets.