We at INDIRA strongly believe that “challenges can be converted into opportunities with hard work and an integrated approach.” All student activities are conducted through total student involvement and participation. We strive to emulate the principles of teamwork and synergy, so as to derive greater benefits. “Nexus” (Students Council) The Student’s Council is headed by a President and a Vice-President and acts as a guiding system for the Institute’s success. The Student council looks after and guides the various committees at ISBS such as:
E-cell has been constituted with the broad purpose of building an entrepreneurship oriented culture within the institute. The objective is to encourage students to enhance their enterprising skills to benefit the external stakeholders (Industry and Society at large). The cell achieves this by way of providing students with the space, time, training, support and opportunities to engage with internal and external stakeholders.
The Cell aims to enhance the entrepreneurial quotient in the students. This cell is largely driven by students with the involvement of faculty in charge. Arohan organizes several seminars on topics of current importance and relevance. They interact with CEOs, Entrepreneurs, Consultants, Managers and Professionals from various spheres of business, who are invited as Guest Speakers in order to throw light the subject matter, with a view to change mind sets and broaden horizons.
The Alumni committee works as a conduit between the alumni and the alma-mater, both at the corporate and personal level. The alumni are our best emissaries in the corporate world and a vital link in the Industry-Institute relationship.
The Alumni Association plays an important role in helping to shape the future of our ISBS students by representing the views of its members and contributing to building an engaged and supportive alumni community. Our alumni hold prominent positions in various sectors and are always on the fore-front to mentor/counsel/guide our current students. This is done in a structured pattern:
Our alumni also help immense assistance towards procuring SIP projects and final placements.
Students, who are under constant pressure to learn and excel, need space and time to relax and revitalize themselves. Sports Committee focuses on physical and mental well – being of students and assists in rejuvenating students. It provides students with platform to pursue their sporting passion and to make them better team players. The committee organizes various sports events which is a combination of outdoor and indoor games. The committee also encourages students to participate in various intercollege competitions organized by various B-Schools.
The committee is largely driven by students under the guidance of faculty in charge. The sports committee organizes OMT tournaments such as cricket, basketball, volleyball, football, badminton, Yoga and fitness to enliven the sporting spirit and enable students to feel rejuvenated.
To provide a platform to students to display their talent, creativity, imagination and aid in their holistic development, we have Udaan – the cultural cell at ISBS. The cell organizes various events and competitions at institute viz independence day, teacher’s day, theme days, simulation competition, management games etc. The committee also identifies various intercollege competitions organized by various B- Schools and encourages student’s participation for such competitive platforms. The committee is largely driven by students under the guidance of faculty in charge. Udaan adds colors to student’s life.
“PEHEL” at ISBS includes the participation of stake holders such as ISBS students and staff, non-government organizations (NGO), and the local community. The students and faculty actively participate in outreach program initiatives where they contribute their knowledge, skill and technical expertise to the community. ISBS has supported the program activities of several NGO’s operating in the community. Apart from funding various activities for the community, ISBS also extends their expertise in terms of knowledge and human resources for the success of NGO initiative and programs.
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