The Students Council has been established to communicate student convictions clearly and willfully to faculty, administrators, and the Board, and thereby contribute towards the formulation of policies keeping in mind the uniqueness of the University. The Council works with the entire Shiv Nadar University family to ensure that all students reach their full academic, social and spiritual potential with the resolve to sustain and nurture the spirit of Shiv Nadar University. The members feel that being part of the decision making process, they learn as to how best serve the demands of an evolving democracy and to make effective and efficient use of the resources available.
The inaugural office holders of this body, had also established a Drafting Committee to formulate a Constitution helpful in shaping SNU as the most liberal and visionary university based on democratic values and the principle of self-governance for students.
||Sai Gireesh Pokala
||Dasaratha Rama Reddy Munagala
SNU MUN SOCIETY
The Shiv Nadar University Model United Nations
Society focusses on enhancing skills like critical thinking, public
speaking, group communication, research, policy analysis, active listening,
negotiation, conflict resolution, note taking and technical writing. The
society encourages the UN core values of Integrity, Professionalism and
Respect for Diversity and aims to create better leaders for the global
Its activities include organizing and hosting workshops, debates and MUN
conferences. The MUN Society also facilitates students in attending MUN
conferences by other universities and MUN Associations. Many members have
participated in conferences at the national level and earn accolades for the
- Adrija Chaudhuri
- Girish Kumar
- Falaah Khan
- Ahana Raghuvanshi
Words.Ink, the Literary Society of Shiv Nadar
University was envisioned as a forum for students to discuss and pursue
their literary interests freely. The society is actively working towards its
goal of generating interest in literature and language among students. The
society compliments technical education by providing a platform that
encourages discussions and activities for literature enthusiasts. The
Society organizes various literary activities and events within the campus
and also facilitates participation of the members in the events organized by
other Institutions. Connect to us at:
- Vishnu Prasad
- Varushi Jain
- Nitish Thakurale
- Sacchit Srenivasan
Invictus, the dramatics society of Shiv Nadar
University was established by the foundation batch of 2011. The society
believes in the motto: “Express Yourself” as we feel that life is a stage
where we all express our feelings, take action according to a particular
situation and reach a climax. As Shakespeare says, “All the world's a stage,
And all the men and women merely players”. We at Invictus feel that every
feeling whether happiness, sorrow, greed, love, guilt, action add to the
Drama of life and provides the insight to deal with all kinds of situations
that unfold in the stage of life. Invictus provides a platform for all the
students to integrate varied dimensions of life, and in turn promote
holistic thinking and living. This counters the cultural tendencies to
compartmentalize and rank in order the different domains in life.
- Srinivasan G Ram
- Rajgopal Venkat
- Atish Majumdar
- Anirudh Kishore
'Snuphoria', the Music Society of Shiv Nadar
University was formally established in August 2012. It aims towards bringing
skilled and enthusiastic musicians under one roof and represent the
University in musical events, besides organizing events within the campus,
and to promote fresh talent. The society has both Western and Indian
departments with a total of 50 or more members. Snuphoria truly has the best
musicians in SNU who have showcased their talents at various events like the
Fresher’s Party, Breeze etc. Slowly gathering notes, larger musical
extravaganza are in store by this society as it fine-tunes itself towards
perfection. Get to know us! :
SPIC MACAY SNU Chapter
- Karthika B
- Sweta Patra
- Shabarish Shankar
- Rajagopal V
SPIC MACAY, the Society for Promotion of Indian
Classical Music And Culture Amongst Youth has established a chapter at SNU
with the aim to conserve and promote the rich and heterogeneous cultural
tapestry amongst the youth of India. With a focus on classical arts, the
society aims to create awareness about classical arts and the attendant
legends, rituals, mythology and philosophy with an understanding of the
deeper and subtler values. The cultural events organized by the society like
Folk Dance and Music, Flute Recital and Sitar performances, are a big hit
amongst the SNUites. The society feels that events like these foster the
exchange of traditional Indian values and connects the youth to the cultural
traditions and heritage of India.
- Pratik Agarwal
- Sneha Iyer
- Sonali Varma
- P V S N Chanakya
We Infernos, the spices of this University,
carry the gusto to dance.
Endowed with fathomless zest, exuberance and ardor,
We dance our emotions, we dance our thoughts.
Dance is our God, and dancing is our prayer.
Inferno- the Dance Society of SNU is the largest Society in the University
with over 85 members. Inferno organizes dance classes regularly under
professional guidance to celebrate the spirit of dance. The society promotes
and sponsors the deserving performers for big events and also organizes
events to tap the latent talent of the SNUites.
Go Green Club
- Maithili Rao
- Geethika Chandra
- Sundara Rajan
- Sanoj Mathew
"Planting a tree, is planting an idea!” said
Dr. A. P. J Abdul Kalam, one of the greatest teachers of all times, and
India’s missile man, while visiting the Shiv Nadar University campus. His
quote gave the ideology and shaped the Go Green club's vision. The “Go Green
Club” was founded on Aug 18, 2011 when the first batch of students came to
the University. The green members of SNU took the initiative to make the
campus greener and healthier besides preserving its natural beauty. The
motto of the club is: "We'll change!! We'll change the earth, change the
people, change the air".
Go Green Club is open to all, because we feel that by keeping it open,
everybody is encouraged to contribute their bit to the environment in their
own way. As part of our club’s mission we plant a sapling for every faculty
that joins the university and plan to continue this tradition.
Film Appreciation Society
- Ishan Banerjee
- Anagh Narain
- Sambhavna Biswas
Cinema is a complex medium having a universal
appeal that spans across boundaries. To understand the complexity of this
mass medium, the SNU Film Appreciation Society was formed. Contemporary
cinema is influenced by different factors like artists, countries,
innovators, art forms, businesses etc. The SNU Film Appreciation Society
strives to understand various aspects of cinema and the influence it takes
from the socio-political culture.
The society organizes screenings of different movies like documentaries, art
films, foreign cinema and sometimes popular mainstream films, followed by a
discussion and critique of the movie. The idea is to share inspiring,
creative, heartwarming and entertaining sessions with cinema lovers after
being acquainted by various genres and to achieve the following objectives:
- Get acquainted with the terminology of Film Production and Analysis.
- Understand the technicalities of film production, like music, sound,
editing, composition, camera movement, lighting, etc.
- Appreciate the creative contributions of the screenwriter, director and
- Perform economic, historical, psychological, and socio-political
analysis of movies.
ORIONCES - Orion-SNU Civil Engineering society (Orion-SNUCES)
- Baadal Singh
- S Sidharth Gautham
- Shubham Agarwal
We enable and support Student-student , student-faculty interactions. Along with case studies, competitions, workshops, Group Discussion, video presentation and lot more.
- To provide a vibrant platform to students for knowledge sharing, information access and utilizing the Internet as a tool for growth.
- To promote scientific and educational activities towards Civil Engineering
- To bring together Engineers, Scholars and Students in the areas of Engineering and Technology
- To promote research that highlight successful modern applications of Civil Engineering and related sciences.
- Danish Sinha
- Bhuvnaesh srivastva
- Bharat V.
The Robotics club of SNU was envisioned as a
platform to develop and popularize the concept of robotics among students.
The club organizes workshops for starters to make them capable enough to
build robots after understanding the dynamics of robot designing. Activities
like Self-Making for instance Temperature Finder, Cleaner, etc. are also
undertaken by the club to promote robotics. Breeze, the annual fest of the
college, is the biggest arena where the students can showcase their robot
making skills with competitions like Sumo War, Track completion.
- Sanoj Mathews
- K. Niharika
- Bhuvaneesh Srivastava
- Smarth Gupta
College Life is an “Adventure” in itself. It is
the journey in which students come out of their cocoons and explore the
different facets of life. It is and will always be one of the best and
memorable times for everyone. The Adventure Club at SNU was established with
the idea to promote adventure activities like river rafting, trekking and
camping. The club also aims at familiarizing the students with the beauty
and the thrills of nature.
SNU Quizzing Society (SQS)
- Anagh Narain
- Ayush Chadha
- Avilok Updhayay
- B. Mouli
- Ashish Pant
Quizzing is not just a test of memory but also
involves the art of deduction, following the gut instincts, connecting
things, etc. within a limited time. A good quizzer needs to be a team
player, working in tandem, complementing other members' areas of strength,
tuned to the same wavelength and drawing conclusions faster. One must also
be aware of the happenings around immediate and global environment.
The SQS is dedicated to creating a thriving quizzing environment in the
University and encourage questioning spirit in areas like Science and
Technology, Sports, Media and Entertainment, Business and Economics, World
Affairs, Literature, History, Mythology, etc. The Society also organizes
quizzes every month and an Annual Inter-University Quiz is also on our
- Aditya Murlidharan
- Arthi Ganesh
- Radhika Raghu
- Rishabh Pandey
The name "Shiv Nadar University" will become a
dream world for every student in our country soon, but the initial years,
the way it was... how it started, how everybody worked towards making the
presence of University felt, are memories forever. "Visually Shiv Nadar
University" the Photography Club of Shiv Nadar University records these
memories for all. Visit of "the Missile man" on campus, the first ever
University tournament, dance performances, singing talent, Spic Macay
events, NSS meets, first play, Holi celebrations, and many more. SNU is a
fast growing family buzzing with activities and the vivid memories created
by the Founding batches will be source of inspiration for our juniors. First
short film at Shiv Nadar University - "Victorious Flop" Audio Visual @ Dr.
Kalam's Visit, "Breeze" – photography and promos, sports activities,
Freshers welcome audio visual are some of the important projects of the
- Akanksha Tiwari
- Ankita Srivastav
- Rohan Wasan
- Srishti Kumar
SNU's Creative Society aims to promote the rich
art and cultural Heritage of India among the students in the campus. The key
activities taken up by the club are:
The club intends to have monthly intra-university events and campus
exhibitions so as to preserve the colorful atmosphere in the campus. Trips
to Art Museums, participation in College Fests and workshops to provide
exposure and opportunity to the members to showcase their talents are other
activities of the club.
SNU E NEWSPAPER
- Angelicka Shankar
- Meghna Joshi
- Shantam D. Mogali
- Yashaswi Singh
- Raunak Agarwal
- Aishwarya Sharma
Covering everything from in-campus news to
out-of-campus happenings and unearthing literary talent on campus, the SNU
e-newspaper is your one-stop-shop to the best this campus has to offer. It
provides students a platform to express their talent and thoughts about the
world around them. Reflecting the buzz of the campus and mirroring the view
point of the faculty is the main objective of the e-newspaper.
- Harsh Kejriwal
- Apthiri Reddy
The Culinary club at SNU tries to spice up the
life of students and faculty through something that is an essential part of
everybody’s life- FOOD. The society has cooks, foodies and tasters who try
to figure out ingredients in a particular dish. The club had also presented
a live pasta counter at the annual fest “Breeze”, fully managed by students,
which was a very big hit. A one of its kind of club, the Culinary Club is
definitely a connecting bond between the faculty and the students.
- Tanmay Jain
- Varun Puri
- Abhinav Prakash
- Prateek Gupta
Inspiria - SNU Case Studies is a student
initiative aimed at preparing students for the corporate world. Here we get
the pre requisite to have a successful and a balanced corporate life.
At Inspiria we deal with:
Case Studies: The case studies from different corporate sectors. Each
student as a decision maker tries to find a viable solution keeping in mind
the given set of conditions. This helps in achieving a two-way interaction
with the companies.
Corporate Crash Investigations: Investigate why some
companies/entrepreneurs/corporate people have failed/are failing and learn
from their mistakes.
Journey to Success: Analyze how small startup ideas reached great heights.
Speaker Sessions: Interacting with renowned people from the industry to
share their experience and enlighten the students.
It is an opportunity not only for students aiming to have a career in
management but also for those who want to get acquainted with the corporate
Talk to us:
AURA: Go. Engross. Give
AURA is a nonprofit educational society where students from all disciplines come together and contribute their bit in thriving the overall development of the overlooked students in the areas close to the campus. It is a team of enthusiasts who believe in:
Engrossing themselves in their endeavors,
Giving back to the society in their own little way’.