A wide range of facilities for pursuing recreational and extra-curricular activities is provided through the Participant Activity Centre. Besides, the Institute has infrastructure facilities for sports such as football, cricket, badminton and table tennis. The air-conditioned 400-seat auditorium has excellent audiovisual projection system that is regularly used by the participant community and the Institute for holding a variety of programmes. While the Institute extends support for extra-curricular activities, the initiative for their organization normally comes from the participants. The IRMA Staff Club organises various cultural programmes, entertainment and sports activities, and film shows at the Institute. All the FPRM participants are associate members of the IRMA Staff Club. The FPRM participants represent a substantial pool of talent in music, drama and dance. The participants organise several cultural programmes, with Jatra, the seven-day festival of participants being the grand finale. Under the SPIC-MACAY of which many participants, staff and faculty are members, several concerts and recitals by eminent artistes are organised every year. The participants use Terra Firma, their biannual magazine, to share with the alumni and the community the experiences of studying at IRMA.