Student Societies

 

Sr.No Name of Society.

Objectives[2 lines]

Details of President Details of Vice President
1. ACM computing chapter To provide a platform for serving as a professional network, encouraging students to take active interest in organization of high quality ACM workshops, Symposium, Seminar expert lectures, conferences in India and also provide logistical support.
Dr. Ajay Kumar,
Associate Professor,
CSED,
ajaykumar@thapar.edu

Dr. Karun Verma,
Assistant Professor,
CSED,
karun.verma@thapar.edu
2. Adventure Club Adventure Club @ Thapar Institute of Engineering and Technology is the forum for adventure enthusiasts, trekkers, climbers and armchair mountaineers in the student community. It works to develop the spirit of adventure in Thaparians. The aim is to make the best of the absolutely beautiful terrain around Himachal region and beyond, in the short vacations one gets in an year, while having the greatest fun possible. While the stock activities are trekking ,rock climbing and mountain cycling, adventure club has also organized skiing and river rafting sporadically.
Dr. Gagandeep Kaur,
Associate Professor,
EIED,
gagandeep@thapar.edu

Dr. Parimita Roy,
Assistant Professor,
SOM,
parimita.roy@thapar.edu,
9988034083
3. AICHE Student Chapter AICHE is the world's leading organization for Chemical Engineering professionals, with more than 50,000 members from over 100 countries. The members of AICHE Student Chapter take part in a wide range of projects and activities proposed to enhance their college experience and help each other to achieve a more successful career.

Website:
http://tietpatiala.wixsite.com/
aiche

Dr. Rajeev Mehta,
Professor,
Department of Chemical Engineering,
rmehta@thapar.edu
 
4. American Society of Heating Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) ASHRAE is an international technical society and well known in the area of Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning. The main objective of this society is to organise technical events and make students aware about the RAC and its emerging areas. Its standards are followed widely in the area of RAC, Green Buildings Development, HVAC Industry and also in Net Zero energy Building concepts.
Dr. Kundan Lal,
Assistant Professor,
MED,
kundanlalrana@thapar.edu

Dr. Madhup Kumar Mittal,
Associate Professor,
MED,
madhup.mittal@thapar.edu
5. Chemist’s Association for Research and Education Society (CARE) CARE earlier known as SCORE was established in 2009 by faculty members and students affiliated with school of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Thapar University Patiala. The objectives of CARE: To promote the chemical research and education for the benefit of the society. To encourage the young students for joining the science stream as a career option. To provide a single platform to students and researchers for their scientific and methodical growth.
Dr. Mily Bhattacharya,
Assistant Professor,
SCBC,
mily.bhattacharya@thapar.edu
 
6. Creative Computing Society Creative Computing Society strives to encourage students to develop an analytical temperament in the field of technology and innovation. The society conducts workshops and coding competitions on a regular basis, thus acting as a platform for students to showcase and nurture their technical skill to discover their best lying potential. Over the years the society has had numerous pivotal collaborations with organizations like Google Developers Group, Women Techmaker, Mozilla Webmaker, PyData to name a few.
Dr. Inderveer Chana,
Professor and Associate Head,
CSED,
inderveer@thapar.edu

Mr. Vinod Kumar Bhalla,
Assistant Professor,
CSED,
vkbhalla@thapar.edu
7. Dance Club ‘NOX’ Thapar dance club ‘NOX’ is an excellent platform for the students to augment their dancing skills through workshops conducted by professionally trained choreographers. The students showcase their dancing talents at the various events in the college and also represent the institute in various competitions.
Dr. Swati Sondhi,
Assistant Professor,
EIED,
swati.sondhi@thapar.edu
 
8. Economics Club (ECON CLUB) 1. Econ Club provides a forum to identify and discuss economic, social and political issue.
2. To organise Economics Quizzes; Debating competitions; World Economic Forum to help find solutions to emerging issues.

Dr. Ravi Kiran,
Professor & Former Head,
SHSS,
Professor In Charge,
Alumni Relations,
rkiran@thapar.edu
 
9. ENACTUS ENACTUS is a community of students, academic and business leaders committed to using entrepreneurial action to transform lives and shape a better world.
Dr. Gagandeep Kaur,
Associate Professor,
EIED,
gagandeep@thapar.edu

Dr. Richa Babbar,
Assistant Professor,
CED,
richa.babbar@thapar.edu
10. Entrepreneurship Development Cell (EDC) EDC aims at developing the spirit of entrepreneurship among the students of Thapar Institute of Engineering and Technology. It not only wants to ignite the minds but also to nurture the ideas of students . EDC is committed to build a strong platform for budding entrepreneurs as a career, as a path to success, as a journey of wisdom.
Dr. M.D. Singh,
Assistant Professor,
EIED,
mdsingh@thapar.edu

Dr. Karun Verma,
Assistant Professor,
CSED,
karun.verma@thapar.edu
11. Fine Arts and Photography Society (FAPS) FAPS is grooming the engineering and management graduates of TIET to converse through the medium of art. FAPS is always on the forefront to catch the 'Vincis' and Hussains'. FAPS is a vibrant society having a tradition of mentoring the youngsters through workshops on Sketching, Painting, Photography, Calligraphy and Photoshop.
Dr. Ravi Kiran,
Professor & Former Head,
SHSS,
Professor In Charge,
Alumni Relations,
rkiran@thapar.edu

Dr. Vikas Sharma,
Assistant Professor,
SOM,
vikas.sharma@thapar.edu
12. Frosh Week Frosh Week Society welcomes the first year students in TIET. This society basically involves with all the activities of first year students just after they join institute. Arranging Infodesk, supporting in person counselling, organising orientation program and Frosh week for first year students are the major activities.
Dr. M.D. Singh,
Assistant Professor,
EIED,
mdsingh@thapar.edu

Mr. Tanuj Chopra,
Assistant Professor,
CED,
tanuj33@gmail.com
13. Games & Sports The institute has several playgrounds and well-maintained athletic track to encourage the students to take part in different games such as Cricket, Hockey, Football, Basketball, Volleyball, Lawn Tennis and Badminton. The institute has also a Gymnasium-cum-Badminton Hall and a Swimming Pool Complex equipped with all modern facilities. The sports department organizes various sporting events like ‘Thaparlympics’, ‘URJA’ etc.
Mr. Rajesh Pathak,
Associate Professor,
CED,
rpathak@thapar.edu

Dr. Ajay Kumar,
Associate Professor,
CSED,
ajaykumar@thapar.edu
14. GENE GENE Society aims at providing professional excellence to students in organizing technical events like seminars, workshops, guest lectures, panel discussions. The society promotes industry-academia interactions and empowers students to work collectively in a team as well as to work independently honing their leadership skills.
Dr. M. Vasundhara,
Assistant Professor,
Department of Biotechnology,
mvasundhara@thapar.edu

Dr. Shekhar Agnihotri,
Assistant Professor,
Department of Biotechnology,
shekhar.agnihotri@thapar.edu
15. Indian Institute Of Chemical Engineers (IICHE) The IICHE is a student chapter of Indian Institute of Chemical Engineers at TIET campus. The various activities organized by ICHE include Quizzes, Group Discussion, Gaming event, Article writing competition, paper presentations etc.
Mr. Parminder Singh,
Assistant Professor,
CHED,
0175-2393197 (O)
 
16. Indian Society of Technical Education (ISTE) Providing guidance and training to students to develop better technical, learning skills and personality, Organise lectures by experts from industry, R&D organisations, defence services, government departments and other institutions, Training programme on report writing, Project Management , Cultural programmes, Entrepreneurship development programmes, Lectures on Moral Values and Ethics, Discussions, brainstorming sessions, group activities, Visits to industry, work sites, Programmes in leadership and personality development.
Dr. Rajesh Khanna,
Professor,
ECED,
rkhanna@thapar.edu

Ms. Suman Bhullar,
Assistant Professor,
EIC,
suman.bhullar@thapar.edu
17. Institute of Electronics And Telecommunication Engineers (IETE) (Electronics Club) The main objective of IETE society is to organise technical events which involves electronics, telecommunication, and IT as a core area.
1. It organises events like workshop on Arduino, Line Follower, Bluetooth controlled Robots etc.
2. To enhance students interest and knowledge in electronics and communication area by imparting practical knowledge through various workshops, technical talks and minor projects.

Dr. Hem Dutt Joshi,
Associate Professor,
ECED,
hemdutt.joshi@thapar.edu

Dr. A. K. Singh,
Assistant Professor,
ECED,
aksingh@thapar.edu
18. Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) IET aims at supporting the students to explore their professional and intellectural abilities, to develop their skills, increasing their competence, adopting the right attitude to maximize their potential and building a professional network that will help them to succeed in their professional endeavors. Activities: Guest Lecture & paper presentations, ArithMania workshops etc.
Mrs. Manbir Kaur,
Associate Professor,
EIED,
mkaur@thapar.edu,
0175-2393053 (O),
98886-96687 (M)
 
19. Institution of Engineers (India) Student Chapter (IEI) IEI( Institution of Engineers, India) is a technical society of Thapar University which organises various workshops, technical exams, lecture series by people successful in their fields. This society is open for all technical branches of engineering.

Associate Professor,
EIED,
gagandeep@thapar.edu

Dr. Harpreet Vohra,
Assistant Professor,
ECED,
hvohra@thapar.edu
20. International Association of Students In Economics & Business Management (AIESEC) AIESEC is an international youth run not for profit organization present in 130+ countries, AIESEC in Patiala is the local chapter of AIESEC India. AIESEC was started in 1948 to attain peace and fulfillment of humankind’s potential through leadership development. This is done through cross-cultural exchanges.
Dr. Swati Sondhi,
Assistant Professor,
EIED,
swati.sondhi@thapar.edu
 
21. Kalam Society TU has created a new student Chapter “Kalam” with an aim to provide education to underprivileged children, who are living in slums or roads and are begging on the streets. Kalam aims to generate employment amongst the family members of those underprivileged kids, who are not able to peruse their education because of their monetary circumstances which are making them beg on the streets.
Dr. Anupam Sharma,
Assistant Professor,
SHSS,
anupam@thapar.edu,
9855572517

Dr. Meenakshi Rana,
Associate Professor,
SOM,
mrana@thapar.edu
22. LEAD SOCIETY LEAD society provides platform to students of all disciplines to organize industrial visits, lectures and workshops. It is a one stop society for institute-industry collaboration for students.
Dr. Jainy Sachdeva,
Assistant Professor,
EIED,
jainysachdeva@gmail.com





Mr. Jatinder,
EIED
23. Linux User Group - TIET Students will be able to connect science and technology to real-world problems by explaining how science relates to problems of societal concern; be able to distinguish between sound and unsound interpretations of scientific information; employ cogent reasoning methods in their own examinations of problems and issues; and understand the applications of science and technology in societal context.
lug@thapar.edu

Dr. Maninder Singh,
Professor & Head,
CSED,
msingh@thapar.edu

Mr. Harcharan jit Singh, Sr.System Analyst,
CSED,
Secretary

Mr. Varinderpal Singh,
System Analyst,
CSED,
varinderpal@thapar.edu,
Vice President
24. Literary Society The primary objective of Literary Society is to inculcate among students a keen sense of language and appreciation for myriad literary expressions, forms and genres.
Dr. Apurva Bakshi,
Associate Professor,
SHSS,
abakshi@thapar.edu

Dr. Sandeep Sharma,
Assistant Professor,
MED,
sksharma@thapar.edu
25. Materials and Physics Society (MAPS) To generate an interactive environment that encourages conditions for learning and stimulates personal and professional growth, providing exposure to new ideas and creativity. Major activities organized: Expert lectures on physical science, quizzes, paper presentations, organization of seminars etc.
Dr. D.P. Singh,
Associate Professor,
SPMS,
dpsingh@thapar.edu,
0175-2393116 (O),
94170-58769 (M)

Dr. B.C. Mohanty,
Associate Professor,
SPMS,
bhaskar@thapar.edu
26. Mechatronics and Robotics Society Mechatronics and Robotics Society (MARS) provides an ideal platform for students of Mechanical, Mechatronics, Electronics, Computers and Electrical Engineering background to hone their skills and showcase their talent in many interdisciplinary activities. MARS conducts different workshops (on Lego Kits, ROS, Arduino Uno, Raspberry Pi kits), competitions, technical quizzes and expert lectures on a regular basis.
Dr. Ashish Singla,
Associate Professor,
MED,
ashish.singla@thapar.edu





Mr. Ashish Singla - I,
MED

Mr. Ankush Kansal - II
27. Microsoft Student Chapter The aim of the society is to provide guidance, technical trainings, project guidance that improve students knowledge and learning skills.
Dr. Prashant Singh Rana,
Assistant Professor,
CSED,
prashant.singh@thapar.edu,
psrana@gmail.com,
+91-985576447,
+91-9313889932
 
28. Music and Dramatic Society (MUDRA) The objective of this society is to hone the extra-curricular skills of students in the area of Music, Dramatics and developing managerial prowess contributing towards their overall personality. It organizes several big events such as MUDRA night and, Izhaar etc.
Dr. D.P. Singh,
Associate Professor,
SPMS,
dpsingh@thapar.edu,
0175-2393116 (O),
94170-58769 (M)

Dr. Rajesh Kumar,
Professor,
CSED,
rakumar@thapar.edu,
0175-2393823 (O)
29. National Service Scheme (NSS) - 15 Units National Service scheme at TU is a part of the nationwide mission of providing service in social sphere. The society of Thapar university organizes activities for the welfare of society and celebrates the days of national importance. Major activities include organization of Blood donation camps, health check-up camps, cleanliness drives etc. It is also a part of the nation wide ‘Swachh Bharat” mission of the GOI.
Dr. Parag Nijhawan,
Assistant Professor,
EIED,
parag@thapar.edu,
0175-2393390 (O)
 
30. OWASP Student Chapter OWASP Student Chapter aims to provide excellence in the field of network and security and encourage members to be more digitally secure. We organize workshops and guest lectures covering various fields to give a wide perspective of the area and competitions to test the knowledge.
Dr. Maninder Singh,
Professor & Head,
CSED,
msingh@thapar.edu

Mr. Harcharan jit Singh,
Sr.System Analyst,
CSED,
Vice President
31. Paryavaran Welfare Society (PWS) In the ongoing era, our fragile earth needs acute attention for its prevalence, PWS endures to maintain the biodiversity, conservation of water, air and energy resources.
Dr. N. Tejo Prakash,
Professor SEE & Associate Dean of Academic Affairs,
ntejoprakash@thapar.edu
 
32. Pratigya Society PRATIGYA, a society, or you may call it a NGO is actually a team hand in hand which is working, consistently for social welfare. To describe PRATIGYA from its root, it is a team which basically teaches the unprivileged kids from classes I to XII. These kids include those of the children of fourth class employees of Thapar Institute as well as their friends residing outside Thapar. The volunteers are the students of Thapar Institute from B.E. all years as well as MSc, M.Tech,PhD and MBA.
Dr. Anoop Verma,
Associate Professor,
SEE,
anoop.kumar@thapar.edu

Dr. Parteek Bhatia,
Associate Professor CSED & Associate Dean of Student Affairs,
parteek.bhatia@thapar.edu
33. ROTARACT CLUB - STUDENT CHAPTER Rotaract club's motto is "Remodeling a better tomorrow" through which passionate people come together to exchange ideas to tackle communities' most persistent problems, provide aid to people in need, spread prosperity and invest in the next generation for tomorrow by organising fun activities like Health check-up camps, distributing sanitary napkins in slums, spreading cancer awareness amongst many.
Ms. Navdeep Dhillon,
Lecturer,
SHSS,
navdeep.dhillon@thapar.edu

Dr. Sonam Dullat,
Student Counselor,
sonam.dullat@thapar.edu
34. Scimatics We wish to bring the next technological revolution through live projects and our mentor learner program. Inspire Initiative Innovate - we live by it and spread the same by working for various techfest events around the country.
Dr. Gagandeep Kaur,
Associate Professor,
EIED,
gagandeep@thapar.edu
 
35. Society for Promotion of Indian Classical Music & Culture Amongst Youth (SPIC MACAY) SPIC MACAY is a non-political nationwide voluntary movement that organises programmes of classical music and dance, folk arts, crafts, yog, classic cinema screenings, heritage walks, etc. inside school and college campuses throughout the world to make students more aware about Indian and world heritage. This initiative makes education more holistic and meaningful as it highlights all that is abstract, subtle, inspiring and mystical in the world teaching one to look within oneself.
Dr. Rajesh Khanna,
Professor,
ECED,
rkhanna@thapar.edu

Dr. Anil Arora,
Assistant Professor,
ECED,
anil.arora@thapar.edu,
36. Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) The objective of the society is to create awareness among the students about new technologies in the automotive industry through expert lectures, seminars, workshops, quizzes, industrial visit etc.
Dr. Anant kumar Singh,
Associate Professor,
MED,
anantsingh@thapar.edu
 
37. Society of Mechanical and Industrial Engineers (SOMIE) SOMIE (Society of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering) is the society which helps students gain technical and practical knowledge in the field of mechanical engineering. SOMIE also acts as a bridge between students and faculty. SOMIE organizes various events like industrial tours, engine assembly workshops, technical quiz contests, guest lectures etc.
Dr. Rohit Kumar Singla, Assistant Professor,
MED,
rohit.kumar@thapar.edu,
somie@thapar.edu





Mr. Lalit Kumar,
MED
38. Spiritual Scientists’ Alliance (SSA) To impart knowledge and inculcate a way of life which strikes a perfect balance between spiritual peace and rational work ethics. It includes a fest named "Virsa the essence of Punjab". Virsa stands for a great culture, a historic way of life. It perfectly depicts how to strike a perfect balance between work, leisure and spirituality, which is important to lead a healthy, fulfilling life these days & Gurpurab Celebrations.
Dr. Maninder Singh,
Professor & Head,
CSED,
msingh@thapar.edu

Ms. Amanpreet Kaur,
Assistant Professor,
ECED,
amanpreet.kaur@thapar.edu
39. Sports-Addiction & Discipline Educating Society (SPADES) SPADES was formed with the objective of promoting sports and inculcating discipline among students of Thapar University. The society encourages students to participate in sports, maintain their fitness and to bring out the sportsman in each individual. Sports-addiction and Discipline inculcation is one of the most important aims that the society would focus on. Major Events: Inter Year Sports League (ACE), Inter Hostel Sports Tournament, Thaparlympics etc.
Mr. Rajesh Pathak,
Associate Professor,
CED,
rpathak@thapar.edu

Dr. Ajay Kumar,
Associate Professor,
CSED,
ajaykumar@thapar.edu
40. Student Alumni Interaction cell (SAIC) SAICt makes continuous efforts to encourage alumni interaction. It helps in Co-ordinating with Alumni Association for Organising Alumni Reunions; Global Leadership Summit and for conducting Invited Talks.
Dr. Ravi Kiran,
Professor & Former Head,
SHSS,
Professor In Charge,
Alumni Relations,
rkiran@thapar.edu
 
41. Student Consultative Committee (SCC) To obtain the students feedback, Thapar Institute of Engineering and Technology has a Students Consultative Committee (SCC) comprising of ex-officio faculty representatives and over 100 student representatives from across the various disciplines. SCC's objective is to assist the administration in preparing and implementing students' welfare plans. SCC meets atleast twice a semester.
Dr. Maneek Kumar,
Professor CED & Dean of Student Affairs,
maneek@thapar.edu
 
42. TEDx TEDx TU aims at bringing the best of orators and speakers to the university platform under the TED initiative. The 20 minute sessions on social and technical issues are recorded and uploaded on YouTube and TED links.
Dr. Maninder Singh,
Professor & Head,
CSED,
msingh@thapar.edu
 
43. Thapar Amateur Astronomers Society (TAAS) Vision:
To explore the cosmos with science and engineering.
Objectives:
1. Cultivate scientific temperament and nourish inquisitive young minds.
2. Encourage innovation in those who do not get a chance in the daily load of the engineering course.
3. Create a platform for students who are interested in applying their knowledge and skills in the field of Astronomy.
4. Open up opportunities for students willing to work as professionals in the subject.

Website:
https://mytaas.wordpress.com

Dr. Arvind Kumar Lal,
Professor,
SOM,
aklal@thapar.edu

Dr. Debabrata Deb,
Assistant Professor,
SPMS,
debabrata.deb@thapar.edu


Dr. Mamta Gulati,
Assistant Professor,
SOM,
mamta.gulati@thapar.edu
44. Thapar Codechef Chapter - TuCOders TuCOders aims at promoting and encouraging students into competitive programming and help prepare themselves for various global level competitions. CodeChef Campus Chapters are independent programming clubs that use CodeChef's platform and resources. The aim is to promote competitive programming at institute level.
Mrs. Karamjit Kaur Cheema,
Assistant Professor,
CSED,
karamjit.kaur@thapar.edu,
8146289656
 
45. Thapar Mathematical Society Thapar Mathematical Society promote mathematics and its applications among the young people and in society by providing them a platform for interaction through expert talks, events, activities and workshops.
Dr. Meenakshi Rana,
Associate Professor,
SOM,
mrana@thapar.edu

Dr. Amit Kumar,
Associate Professor,
SOM,
amitkumar@thapar.edu
46. Thapar Movie Club (TMC) Thapar Movie Club aims to promote movie making on the academic, social and cultural subjects that impact the society. Inviting famous personalities related to movie making for interaction with TIET community is the other objective of the club.
Dr. Manmohan Chhibber,
Associate Professor,
SCBC,
mchhibber@thapar.edu

Dr. Surendra Deo Tiwari,
Associate Professor,
SPMS,
sdtiwari@thapar.edu
47. Thapar Society of Civil Engineers (TSCE) TSCE was formed with the main aim of providing a platform to all the budding civil engineers to update their skills in civil engineering design and field work. TSCE organizes workshops, guest lectures, design competitions, paper reading contests in the field of civil engineering.
Mr. Tanuj Chopra,
Assistant Professor,
CED,
tanuj33@gmail.com,
7837122924

Dr. Heaven Singh,
Assistant Professor,
CED,
heaven.singh@thapar.edu
48. Thapar University Model United Nations (TUMUN) This Society is for all those who want to master the art of negotiation. Thapar Institute of Engineering and Technology , Model United Nations brings you the best platform for debate and negotiations and to get a rich experience in these activities.
Dr. Gurvinder Kaur,
Assistant Professor,
SHSS,
gurvinder@thapar.edu,
9815601485

Dr. Gagandeep Kaur,
Associate Professor,
EIED,
gagandeep@thapar.edu
49. TU Toastmasters Club Thapar Toastmasters Club, a chapter of Toastmasters International is an organization that helps its members to improve their public speaking, communication and leadership skills. A very juvenile club started in Thapar University in September 2014, has 50 enthusiastic members who meet every Wednesday, not just to overcome their stage fear and improve their communication skills, but to become a better orator and a better leader for tomorrow.

Website:
https://toastmastersthapar.
wordpress.com/

Mr. H.S. Bawa,
Industrial Coordinator,
hsbawa@thapar.edu
 
50. Visual Bulletin Visual Bulletin is a society in Thapar Institute of Engineering & Technology formed in the academic year 2013-2014 with the objective of providing the students of Thapar Institute of Engineering & Technology knowledge and technical skills about the various technologies and softwares used in modern visual communication. It is also the official society for generating event reports of the activities organized by various societies and clubs of TIET.
Mr. Tanuj Chopra,
Assistant Professor,
CED,
tanuj33@gmail.com
 
51. “Yatharth” Yatharth was formed with the aim of encouraging the students to work on inter-disciplinary design and research projects. It prepares students to be multi-disciplined by organizing workshops, seminars, guest lectures, design competitions and many more related activities.
Dr. Tapas Karmaker,
Assistant Professor,
CED,
tkarmaker@thapar.edu

Dr. Heaven Singh,
Assistant Professor,
CED,
heaven.singh@thapar.edu
52. Youth United -Thapar Chapter The objective of Youth United is to encourage development of society as a whole through its activities like publishing periodicals on social issues, organize community service events & visits. Youth United organizes painting competition among small children, visits institutions like Pingalwara, Old age homes, School for Deaf and Dumb etc. It also organizes ‘The joy of giving week’ as a part of its initiative to inculcate cultural and social values amongst the residents of the Thapar Technology campus.
Dr. Shweta Goyal,
Associate Professor,
CED,
shweta@thapar.edu,
0175-2393016(O),
98156-05532 (M)
 
53. Youth Welfare Club (YWC) This society develops students’ personality through their exposure to the outdoor and welfare activities like: Yoga; Talent-Hunt; public speaking, etc. The society is at the forefront of organizing various festivals on TIET campus. Activities: Celebration of Lohri, Basant Paschmi, yoga camps, Blood donation camps etc. The society also organizes medical check-up camps as well.
Dr. Rajiv Kumar,
Associate Professor,
CSED,
rkumar@thapar.edu,
0175-2393433 (O),
98882-60602 (M)

Dr. Deepak Gumber,
Associate Professor,
CSED,
dkgumber@thapar.edu,
9876589616