Clubs & Associations

The Rotaract Club of IISU aims at an overall development on its students.

The Rotaract club is more than just a community service club. The Rotaract Club, is a member of Rotary International (the worldwide association of more than 250,000 Rotary club). "Rotaract", stands for "Rotary in Action". Rotaract Club of IIS (Deemed to be University) is the part of an international network of over 5,000 Rotaract clubs, and serve an important role in this network.
There are 3 types of activities within the Rotaract program that club undertakes: professional development, leadership development, and service project development.

Objectives of the Club

  • To develop professional and leadership skills
  • To emphasize respect for the rights of others based on the recognition of the worth of each individual
  • To recognize the dignity and value of all useful occupations as opportunities to serve
  • To recognize, practice and promote ethical standards as well as leadership qualities and vocational responsibility
  • To develop knowledge and understanding of the needs, problems and opportunities in the community and the world
  • To provide opportunities for personal and group activities to serve the community 
  • To promote international understanding and goodwill towards people.

Achievements of the club

  •  'BEST NEWCOMER CLUB' at District Conference.



The Centre for Women’s Studies (CWS) was established in 2005. It works for the generation of awareness and dissemination of knowledge related to women’s issues through educational training programmes and extension activities, in and around the college campus. It promotes women’s role in society.


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ICG Theatrical Society has been initiated with a view to acquainting students with the finer nuances of theatre and drama. The society organizes lectures, demonstrations by eminent theatre personalities, study tours and conducts drama workshops focusing on different facets of theatre. The key feature of the ICG Theatrical Society is a full length play staged annually.

The ICG Chemical Association was set up in the year 1999 for the enrichment of students and staff of the science faculty. The association emphasized the need to foster excellence and quality in higher education by breaking the barrier of the traditional methods of imparting education. Under the association a number of innovative and beneficial practices have been adopted in the college for the enrichment of staff and students.
  • To develop research aptitude in students
  • To develop a combination of knowledge, skills and competences to promote scientific activity and creative expressions
  • To adopt healthy practices for furthering the cause of higher education
  • To increase awareness and develop an interest among the faculty on applied aspects of chemistry along with training in various analytical tools and technique of study
  • To provide high standard of teaching and training by means of knowledge sharing

Co-ordinator- Dr.Pratibha Mittal

CoCo-ordinator- Deepak Singh Rajawat

Members-  Dr.Ruchi Singh

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6. CII Yi student's Net -Yuva IISU  Chaupal

Young Indians (Yi) is an integral part of the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII), formed with an objective of creating a platform for Young Indian’s to realize the dream of a developed nation. It grooms students to become the voice of Young Indian’s globally and make them an integral part of the Indian Growth Story. Yi Yuva is the new name for Yi Youth Affairs vertical. Young Indians involves students from schools and colleges by forming “Chaupals” across various institutes around the country.Yi Yuva IIS Chaupal aims to synergize students and their energy for positive action. It provides an opportunity to start thinking and work for India. As a part of this Net, students work in cross functional teams with a broad objective of enhancing their leadership skills and giving back to the nation. In the process, they get opportunity for self development, skill building, community service and nation building.

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7. Gender Champion Club

As a joint initiative of the Ministry of Women and Child Development and Ministry of Human Resource Development with an aim to make the young boys and girls gender sensitive and to create positive social norms that values the girls and their rights.

In compliance to the UGC Letter No. F.No.91-7/2016 (GS), dated 5 April 2016, the Vice Chancellor had constituted the Gender Champions Club Committee at IIS (deemed to be University) comprising following 7 members and a Nodal Teacher :

  1. Dr. Shelja K. Juneja                Nodal Teacher
  2. Dr.SmitaPurohit                     Member
  3. Dr.DeepshikhaParashar         Member
  4. Dr. Mitali Gupta                     Member
  5. Dr. Monty Kanodia                Member
  6. Dr.PreetiAgrawat                   Member
  7. Dr.Rajani Gupta                     Member
  8. Ms. ChandaAsani                   Member


A student representative, Ms. Vartika Mishra, was nominated as the Gender Champion, who has been associated with the Gender Club and supported its motto to generate awareness amongst the students of the University towards gender equality and to create positive social norms that value the girls and their rights.

Gender Champion Club was started in The IIS University in August 2016 and since then it has conducted various activities on Gender Sensitization through activities like Ted Talk, Guest Lectures, Poster Exhibition, conducting sessions on gender and related issues by making the students meet such bold personalities who have contributed in the society to make people aware of gender issues. The Gender Champions Club has also been actively supported by other departments of the University like Woman Studies, Women’s Cell, NSS & Sociology.

In order to sensitize the students on gender issues and with an objective to spread an awareness, the committee undertook various initiatives.

  • The Gender Committee organized various awareness session on sexual harassment - Decoding Patriarchy and gender related issues. Such interactive sessions gave a platform to the girls to ventilate their problems and issues related to gender and society.
  • Debating activities had been yet another way of spreading and speaking candid on the gender issues and societal perceptions on such matters.
  • An inhouse lecture on how history has treated gender and gender construction in the society followed by open discussions attempting to understand the tenacity of cultural control over people which made it difficult to change stereotypes.
  • Poster Exhibition was also organized to sensitize students and faculties on gender issues and creating awareness on sexual harassment.
  • Apart from the above activities, creating a special awareness of certain laws in the country which dealt with various gender issues and which are expected to be known by the students.
  • Ted Talks and stories were also a part of an attempt to raise awareness on gender and make community gender sensitized.

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