We are currently passing through history, which will be taught in classes very soon. If there is one thing we can all take away from this time it should be how important it is to keep each other safe and healthy. Not just physical health but also mental!

Coming together to present the greatest experience you will ever have, while giving preference to your safety and maintaining social distancing. It may be hard to see facial expressions through mask, but witness the thrill and excitement at India’s longest running college fest CoEP’s 93rd REGATTA.


Located on the Mula river banks, the Boat club was founded in the year 1928 and is the oldest club in the institute. Besides being one of its kind in the country, the Boat club is a proud owner of around 70 trainee and racing boats. Over the years, the Boat club has produced many sportspersons representing the college at national and international levels. The Boat Club houses some of the most antiqued and rarest boats existing in the country. All of these boats are accessible to COEP’s students and alumni.


The COVID-19 pandemic is a powerful border experience awakening us to our existential predicament. It has put forth many obstacles on our path, but we have thus far emerged resilient. During the pandemic, many people came forward to help the others in need, in whatever way possible, from launching donation drives, sewing masks, and mobilizing support for migrant workers to counter fake news and fake science. The frontline warriors worked day and night to make sure that no harm came to us while they became our first line of defense, and this is what it means to be resilient together, to overcome adversity but to also help and uplift others during a crisis, to give them much needed strength and emotional support. In the face of events that seem utterly unimaginable, resilience allows people to marshal the strength to not just survive but to prosper.