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The Indian Youth Committee represents depth and unlimited scope for personality development. It endeavors to inculcate the culture of reading, public speaking, research, and confidence building, forming informed opinions. The students share with peers their views on national and international issues in the form of debates, lectures, book reading sessions etc.


Indian Youth Committee envisions a true democracy. It believes that its efforts through innovation will bridge the gap between ‘what is’ and ‘what should be’. It aims to mobilize the youth and empowering every element of a growing nation like India that has been foreseen by our constitution makers. The Indian Youth Committee makes persistent efforts to sensitize the youth towards the needs of the incapacitated, discriminated and the isolates.

Our Functioning

  1. Open Inter-College Discussion on "Kashmir Hamara Hai-Abrogation of Article 370".

Discussion took place regarding the status quo of Article 370 prevalent since 1950s and the problems related to separatism and economic development in Kashmir valley.

  1. Cleanliness Drive, undertaken with MNC, Gurgaon.

IYC in collaboration with the local authorities and MNC, Gurgaon, initiated cleanliness drive in sector- 55,56 and 15. 

  1. Plantation Drive, undertaken with MNC, Gurgaon.

Plantation Drive was organised by Municipal Corporation of Gurgaon. IYC was part of this mission and contributed its part with the officials of MCG

  1. The students of IYC (Shikha Yadav, Vaishnavi Misra, Sachin Kumar, Devesh, Venu and Subhratan Singh) participated in "Nani Palkhivala Quiz on Constitutional Law”, 2020 edition organized by Lex Consilium Foundation in Delhi.
  1. IYC organized “MENS CUREA-the legal awareness quiz” in collaboration with LAWIT and Viraasat Knowledge with more than 150 students participation. The winning team from the University will be participating in Delhi NCR round for the semi finals in coming days.
  1. Group Discussion on "Women Against Exploitation".

IYC encouraged students from all batches of the School to participate in a healthy and vibrant academic discussion. Women Rights, International Conventions, domestic laws and representation issues were in core agenda of the discussion.

  1. IYC represented in "Indic Talk", Delhi on Myths of Aryan Invasion theory by Dr. Raj Vedam. With passion for history and ancient cultural studies students from IYC comprising of Sachin Kumar, Aditya Gupta, Yogesh Sharma and Venu Aggarwal went to gather information and academic points regarding the AIT theory.


Dr. Kirti Dahiya and Mr. Vipul Gaur

Assistant Professor,

SOL, Sushant University