Current Students

Annual Events

 

Yuva

Yuva is the Indian Student’s Association’s introductory event for the new admits. The new board for the year is unveiled during the event and is complemented with music & dance performances and great Indian food. The event is held in the month of October.

Diya

Diya, is one of the biggest annual cultural events organized by the Indian Students Association at TU Delft. It aims primarily at bringing the splendor and extravagance of the Diwali to both the Indian and International student communities at Delft. The cultural grandeur is exhibited through musical and dance performances by the Indian students, alumni, and expats. The portfolio of workshops and stalls display a variety of Indian skills and specialties. The Bollywood DJ party serves as an enjoyable stage to unwind and socialize with the students and other attendees. The event is held in the month of November.

 

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His Excellency Mr. Venu Rajamony Ambassador of the Republic of India to the Kingdom of Netherlands during DIYA 2017

 

Holi-Rang De!

A favorite, the event has students from different nationalities blending in with colors on their faces and snacks to accompany them. The event is held on a Sunny day in March.

 

Other Events & Activities

ISA, Delft strives to bridge Indian students to organizations/networks in the Netherlands and back home. A few of our recent engagements are shown below.

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Members of ISA, Delft meeting H.E Mr. Venu Rajamony, Ambassador of the Republic of India to the Kingdom of Netherlands at his residence during the Indian Students Day organized by the embassy

 

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ISA, Delft with Prof. Anurag Kumar, Director IISc Bengaluru, Prof. Rudra Pratap, Professor at Centre for Nano Science and Engineering IISc, Prof. Usha Vijayraghavan, Chair of the Microbiology and Cell Biology Department & Office of International Relations IISc and Prof. Rahul Pandit, the Divisional Chair of the Physical and Mathematical Sciences. Also seen Prof.Venkatesh Prasad, Embedded Software Group TU Delft. We wish for further opportunities and more strengthened relations between TU Delft and IISc Bangalore in the near future!