The objective of Hindu YUVA is to create opportunities for college communities, both students and faculty members, to understand and practice Hindu Dharma, the ancient way of life mostly practiced in Indian subcontinent. The activity would include conducting regular programs with focus on all the aspects of personality development (physical, mental and spiritual). We aim to develop strong character and leadership skills in our members, emphasizing values such as self-discipline, self-confidence and a spirit of selfless service for the society. In addition, doing service activities in and around campus to benefit the local community will also be focused. The events will be held to raise the awareness of the community about present several issues faced by the Hindus around the world.
This organization has no affiliations.
Constitution / Tier
||Anyone is allowed to participate in all activities
||Only elected by HY committee
||For members: anyone interested to know more about Hindu/Indian culture and practices i.e. Yoga
For Officer: ISU students with GPA more than 3 and interested to learn more about culture and lead the organization
||Elections conducted yearly based on nominations.
||General Meetings held every week where everyone is allowed. Officers meeting is held as and when need arises.
Description of Regular Meetings/Activities
|Hindu Yuva Meetings, Carver 0174, 6.15 pm to 7.15 pm on Tuesdays
Description of Special Events
|Ganesh Utsav: Celebrated every fall semester and at the beginning of the semester.
Yogathon: Organized at the beginning of every spring semester.