"The clubs and societies enjoy boom." The meaning intended to convey is that the various clubs and societies organized in the universities are flourishing. The word "boom" can be used like this "there is a boom in something". Since "there is" to a certain extent indicates "having", so is this appropriate?
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That sentence is barely comprehensible, though "Clubs and societies enjoy boom" is consistent with the telegraphic style typical of English-language newspaper headlines. Outside of that context, you should say "The clubs and societies are enjoying a boom."