Is there any English (or in other languages) word for a place where students of different colleges discuss about activities (events, reputation) of their colleges/universities
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If by "place" you are referring to a building, perhaps you're referring to the Student Union.
Of course, just about anything can be "discussed" anywhere on a college campus, but the Student Union is often the "hub" of various extracurricular activities.
According to Wikipedia:
The Wikipedia article also mentions that usage of the term "Student Union" varies widely from country to country, so that might not be an apt answer in some regions of the world. I recommend reading through the article for more information. But in the U.S.:
If by "place" you are referring to a room, that might be called any of the following:
Which of those terms is most appropriate might depend on the furniture, and the arrangement of those furnishings. It's hard to tell for certain, but I think student lounge might be the term you're after.