Office of Students Affairs

About Student Council

The leadership qualities of the students are trained, tested, and evaluated namely the Student Council. These unit work with the student representatives under the supervision of the institution. The active involvement and representation of students are made sure under these that are the core units that facilitate the students’ involvement. The student representatives are trained to be good leaders and efficient team players. Leadership quality and team player spirit are co-operated amongst the students by this unis. Every year students are elected by the college students who represent the college on the welfare of students. The purpose of the student council is to allow students to develop leadership to organize and carry out many cultural and sports events. The students’ council consists of 21 members, representing the mass of the students in the college. These students’ representatives are elected democratically and are assigned various responsibilities. The members of the student council have the important role to serve as a bridge of communication between students and the institution. The representatives organize various cultural events under various themes and genres. To ensure the participation of all the students in different activities and events organized and conducted in the college, the students are divided into four major houses namely Pegasus, Phoenix, Hercules, and Orion. These houses are led by the students’ representatives such as captains and vice captains. Student councils provide a representative structure through which students can bring out the issues of concern and undertake initiatives of benefit to the college and the wider community with the help of the management. The students’ representatives play a vital role in the well-ordered distribution of information and organization of events in an effortless way. These student representatives strictly adhere to the rules and regulations of the college and are responsible for the duties assigned to them. The council emphasizes sharing students' ideas, interests, and concerns in making a better version of our college extra curriculum activities.

Office of Students Affairs

Office bearers

The following office bearers are selected through call for application in February, application screening in March, interview and announcement in April. They assume office in June. Tenure of a Council is one year.

  • President
  • Vice President
  • General Secretary
  • Joint Secretary
  • Social Media Secretary
  • Amenities Secretary
  • Cultural Secretary
  • Hostel Secretary
  • Sports Secretary
  • NCC Secretary
  • NSS Secretary
  • Research Secretary
  • Library Secretary
  • Media Secretary
  • Women's Secretary
  • Foreign Secretary

Hits student council process flow

Selection

February - call for application through email, notice board & whatsapp

March - receipt & scrutiny of applications

April - announcement of office bearers & swearing in

Hindustan student council 

The Hindustan Student Council (HSC) is an integral part of the development of the institution. It consists of 26 members representing different departments. It is a composite council with a wide variety of members from different states, languages and cultures. It is a gender balanced council with an equal representation of boys and girls. Members of the HSC are involved in all activities of the institution 
With Class Representatives (CRs) each and every student is connected to the institution and represented. From academic to co-curricular to social activities, HSC is a vibrant institution. Grassroot democracy is fostered through the involvement of Class Representatives and HSC members. 
Class Representatives are actively participating in the curriculum formation to putting in place student amenities to airing grievances and getting it solved. The bottom to top approach is fruitful in resolving the student grievances quickly. 
Bi monthly meeting of Class Representatives are held in the department and their concerns are listened. Immediately these are taken up and resolved 
The Class Representatives are connected to the HSC. Through this strong network institution is very active. HSC takes lead in giving inputs for futuristic curriculum, innovations, path-breaking research, entrepreneurship, skill development. They are actively guided by the faculty 
Timely representation of student issues by HSC helps the institution to bridge the gap between students and management. HSC members have grown vibrantly in the last five years, Socially relevant projects are undertaken by the HSC members. From starting Nesam 21 a covid helpline for fellow students, passing on the information about various scholarships, bank loans, internships, placements etc. 

Transition in the last five years 

1. HSC has become a connecting point for students to the management and outer world 

2. HSC members are included in the consultations of curriculum development, pedagogy and co-curricular activities 

3. HSC members take roles in strengthening their fellow students in academic, internship, placements, sports, cultural and other activities. 

4. HSC members are involved in organizing Yarona - an inter departmental literary and cultural festival 

5. Yarona gives HSC opportunity to shape their personality by going through the organizational nitty gotties 

6. From 2 areas, HSC members involvement have gone up to 22 areas in the last five years 

7. Feista an annual event to hunt talents among the freshers has gone from strength to strength

2023-2024
2022-2023
2021-2022
2020-2021
2019-2020
2018-2019
2017-2018
2016-2017
Office of Students Affairs

WORK AS YOU STUDY SCHEME (WAYS)

Shane A S Giftlin - Office of Student Affairs

Shane A S Giftlin - Office of Student Affairs

Feben Teklu Abye - Editor's office

Feben Teklu Abye - Editor's office

Ayushmann - Central Library

Ayushmann - Central Library

Asmarech Muluneh - International Affairs office

Asmarech Muluneh - International Affairs office

Jackson Iradukunda - Hostel Office

Jackson Iradukunda - Hostel Office

Chandan Sah - Central Library

Chandan Sah - Central Library

Sneha Titus - Alumni Office

Sneha Titus - Alumni Office

A Golden Opportunity for Students of HITS to become Campus Student Ambassador  & take up Part-Time Jobs on Campus.

About the Scheme

Dr. Anand Jacob Verghese, Pro Chancellor, Director & CEO, HGI has mooted the idea of introducing the Work As You Study (WAYS) in HITS.

The scheme was launched in the academic year 2020-21 This scheme supports Government of India’s vision of developing a strong and sustainable economy by enhancing employable skills among the youth.

For the first time, as a leading private University, HITS shoulders its responsibility to support the student community by providing part-time employment to an enrolled student in the University, enabling her/him to earn a Bursary. The students selected under this scheme will be known as Campus Student Ambassador(CSA)

Benefits of the Scheme 

  • Provides opportunities to students to earn while learning to meet their expenses. 
  • Gives students hands on experience and confidence, thereby prepares them better for taking up jobs in future. 
  • Prevent students from avoidable distractions and engage them in meaningful, positive activities. 
  • Develop interpersonal relations, and cultivate social skills, increase industrial contacts, improve self-confidence, job knowledge, job-seeking skills, attitudes towards practical reasoning, develop greater maturity, and demonstrate competencies. 

Norms For Selecting Campus Student Ambassador (CSA) 

  • Only residential students are eligible to apply 
  • Students can apply for the scheme starting from the 2nd Semester of their study. 
  • Student must have a minimum of 6 CGPA with no standing arrears. 
  • Attendance percentage should be minimum 75% in the previous semester. 
  • There should not be any disciplinary action against the student in the past. 
  • No Student will be given selection for not more than 2 semesters continuously. 
  • Students must produce a Letter of Recommendation from the Class Teacher or HoD. 
  • Students with demonstrated skills will be given priority. 

Areas of work 

The selected CSA will be posted in the following offices

  • Library 
  • CG Fashion Bank 
  • Accounts section 
  • Social Media Management 
  • Sports Office 
  • Office of Student Affairs 

Last date for Application 20th June 2022 

For further details contact 
Head- Students Affairs 
M005 School of Building Science 
Hits Campus 
Mobile - 9087626228 
Email - studentaffairs@hindustaniv.ac.in 
 

Office of Students Affairs

Counselling and wellbeing center

HITS aims at preparing the students for the challenges of the global world. Emotional Maturity is a major concern in the modern era. To mould our students into a wholistic personality we have a well established Counselling and Well Being Centre in the campus, handled by professionally trained Counsellors. Through this service, the students are supported to deal with:

Academic Challenges: lack of motivation to study, time management and exam preparation.

Behavioural Challenges: Addictions, Peer Pressure.

Emotional Challenges: Managing anger, stress, anxiety and sadness.

Social Challenges: Adjustments in the hostel, handling conflicts with peers and authorities and relationship challenges.

Proactive sessions are conducted in groups. Regular interaction with the hostlers by the Counsellors is an additional support offered to the students.

In addition to this we also have mentoring services rendered by the faculty members who along with the teaching are a part of the mentorship program. Each student is assigned a mentor, who would provide constant support to the student. A ratio of 1:20 is maintained in the mentorship program. To avail the services of the Counselling and Well Being centre, contact us at counsellor@hindustanuniv.ac.in

wellbeing1.jpg

Rev.JUSTIN JOSE

Student Chaplain & Councellor

Dr.Sujitha R

Student Councellor

Counselling and wellbeing center

Clubs

Club-1: Aero club
Club-2 : Nebula astro club
Club-3 : National association of student of architecture
Club-4 : Literary club(athena ,masquerade,theatre)
Club-5 : Hindustan mathematical club
Club-6 : Pranam hospitality club
Club-7 : Rotractory club
Club-8 : Horse riding club
Club-9 : Sae collegiate club of hits
Club-10 : Federation of motor sports club of india
Club-11 : Kruptos security club
Club-12 : Shrishti club
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Students Affairs

Office of Students Affairs

About Student Council

The leadership qualities of the students are trained, tested, and evaluated namely the Student Council. These unit work with the student representatives under the supervision of the institution. The active involvement and representation of students are made sure under these that are the core units that facilitate the students’ involvement. The student representatives are trained to be good leaders and efficient team players. Leadership quality and team player spirit are co-operated amongst the students by this unis. Every year students are elected by the college students who represent the college on the welfare of students. The purpose of the student council is to allow students to develop leadership to organize and carry out many cultural and sports events. The students’ council consists of 21 members, representing the mass of the students in the college. These students’ representatives are elected democratically and are assigned various responsibilities. The members of the student council have the important role to serve as a bridge of communication between students and the institution. The representatives organize various cultural events under various themes and genres. To ensure the participation of all the students in different activities and events organized and conducted in the college, the students are divided into four major houses namely Pegasus, Phoenix, Hercules, and Orion. These houses are led by the students’ representatives such as captains and vice captains. Student councils provide a representative structure through which students can bring out the issues of concern and undertake initiatives of benefit to the college and the wider community with the help of the management. The students’ representatives play a vital role in the well-ordered distribution of information and organization of events in an effortless way. These student representatives strictly adhere to the rules and regulations of the college and are responsible for the duties assigned to them. The council emphasizes sharing students' ideas, interests, and concerns in making a better version of our college extra curriculum activities.

Office of Students Affairs

Office bearers

The following office bearers are selected through call for application in February, application screening in March, interview and announcement in April. They assume office in June. Tenure of a Council is one year.

  • President
  • Vice President
  • General Secretary
  • Joint Secretary
  • Social Media Secretary
  • Amenities Secretary
  • Cultural Secretary
  • Hostel Secretary
  • Sports Secretary
  • NCC Secretary
  • NSS Secretary
  • Research Secretary
  • Library Secretary
  • Media Secretary
  • Women's Secretary
  • Foreign Secretary

Hits student council process flow

Selection

February - call for application through email, notice board & whatsapp

March - receipt & scrutiny of applications

April - announcement of office bearers & swearing in

Hindustan student council 

The Hindustan Student Council (HSC) is an integral part of the development of the institution. It consists of 26 members representing different departments. It is a composite council with a wide variety of members from different states, languages and cultures. It is a gender balanced council with an equal representation of boys and girls. Members of the HSC are involved in all activities of the institution 
With Class Representatives (CRs) each and every student is connected to the institution and represented. From academic to co-curricular to social activities, HSC is a vibrant institution. Grassroot democracy is fostered through the involvement of Class Representatives and HSC members. 
Class Representatives are actively participating in the curriculum formation to putting in place student amenities to airing grievances and getting it solved. The bottom to top approach is fruitful in resolving the student grievances quickly. 
Bi monthly meeting of Class Representatives are held in the department and their concerns are listened. Immediately these are taken up and resolved 
The Class Representatives are connected to the HSC. Through this strong network institution is very active. HSC takes lead in giving inputs for futuristic curriculum, innovations, path-breaking research, entrepreneurship, skill development. They are actively guided by the faculty 
Timely representation of student issues by HSC helps the institution to bridge the gap between students and management. HSC members have grown vibrantly in the last five years, Socially relevant projects are undertaken by the HSC members. From starting Nesam 21 a covid helpline for fellow students, passing on the information about various scholarships, bank loans, internships, placements etc. 

Transition in the last five years 

1. HSC has become a connecting point for students to the management and outer world 

2. HSC members are included in the consultations of curriculum development, pedagogy and co-curricular activities 

3. HSC members take roles in strengthening their fellow students in academic, internship, placements, sports, cultural and other activities. 

4. HSC members are involved in organizing Yarona - an inter departmental literary and cultural festival 

5. Yarona gives HSC opportunity to shape their personality by going through the organizational nitty gotties 

6. From 2 areas, HSC members involvement have gone up to 22 areas in the last five years 

7. Feista an annual event to hunt talents among the freshers has gone from strength to strength

2023-2024
2022-2023
2021-2022
2020-2021
2019-2020
2018-2019
2017-2018
2016-2017
Office of Students Affairs

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Event happened in 2021-2022
Event happened in 2020-2021
Event happened in 2019-2020
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Event happened in 2017-2018
Office of Students Affairs

WORK AS YOU STUDY SCHEME (WAYS)

Shane A S Giftlin - Office of Student Affairs

Shane A S Giftlin - Office of Student Affairs

Feben Teklu Abye - Editor's office

Feben Teklu Abye - Editor's office

Ayushmann - Central Library

Ayushmann - Central Library

Asmarech Muluneh - International Affairs office

Asmarech Muluneh - International Affairs office

Jackson Iradukunda - Hostel Office

Jackson Iradukunda - Hostel Office

Chandan Sah - Central Library

Chandan Sah - Central Library

Sneha Titus - Alumni Office

Sneha Titus - Alumni Office

A Golden Opportunity for Students of HITS to become Campus Student Ambassador  & take up Part-Time Jobs on Campus.

About the Scheme

Dr. Anand Jacob Verghese, Pro Chancellor, Director & CEO, HGI has mooted the idea of introducing the Work As You Study (WAYS) in HITS.

The scheme was launched in the academic year 2020-21 This scheme supports Government of India’s vision of developing a strong and sustainable economy by enhancing employable skills among the youth.

For the first time, as a leading private University, HITS shoulders its responsibility to support the student community by providing part-time employment to an enrolled student in the University, enabling her/him to earn a Bursary. The students selected under this scheme will be known as Campus Student Ambassador(CSA)

Benefits of the Scheme 

  • Provides opportunities to students to earn while learning to meet their expenses. 
  • Gives students hands on experience and confidence, thereby prepares them better for taking up jobs in future. 
  • Prevent students from avoidable distractions and engage them in meaningful, positive activities. 
  • Develop interpersonal relations, and cultivate social skills, increase industrial contacts, improve self-confidence, job knowledge, job-seeking skills, attitudes towards practical reasoning, develop greater maturity, and demonstrate competencies. 

Norms For Selecting Campus Student Ambassador (CSA) 

  • Only residential students are eligible to apply 
  • Students can apply for the scheme starting from the 2nd Semester of their study. 
  • Student must have a minimum of 6 CGPA with no standing arrears. 
  • Attendance percentage should be minimum 75% in the previous semester. 
  • There should not be any disciplinary action against the student in the past. 
  • No Student will be given selection for not more than 2 semesters continuously. 
  • Students must produce a Letter of Recommendation from the Class Teacher or HoD. 
  • Students with demonstrated skills will be given priority. 

Areas of work 

The selected CSA will be posted in the following offices

  • Library 
  • CG Fashion Bank 
  • Accounts section 
  • Social Media Management 
  • Sports Office 
  • Office of Student Affairs 

Last date for Application 20th June 2022 

For further details contact 
Head- Students Affairs 
M005 School of Building Science 
Hits Campus 
Mobile - 9087626228 
Email - studentaffairs@hindustaniv.ac.in 
 

Office of Students Affairs

Counselling and wellbeing center

HITS aims at preparing the students for the challenges of the global world. Emotional Maturity is a major concern in the modern era. To mould our students into a wholistic personality we have a well established Counselling and Well Being Centre in the campus, handled by professionally trained Counsellors. Through this service, the students are supported to deal with:

Academic Challenges: lack of motivation to study, time management and exam preparation.

Behavioural Challenges: Addictions, Peer Pressure.

Emotional Challenges: Managing anger, stress, anxiety and sadness.

Social Challenges: Adjustments in the hostel, handling conflicts with peers and authorities and relationship challenges.

Proactive sessions are conducted in groups. Regular interaction with the hostlers by the Counsellors is an additional support offered to the students.

In addition to this we also have mentoring services rendered by the faculty members who along with the teaching are a part of the mentorship program. Each student is assigned a mentor, who would provide constant support to the student. A ratio of 1:20 is maintained in the mentorship program. To avail the services of the Counselling and Well Being centre, contact us at counsellor@hindustanuniv.ac.in

wellbeing1.jpg

Rev.JUSTIN JOSE

Student Chaplain & Councellor

Dr.Sujitha R

Student Councellor

Counselling and wellbeing center

Clubs

Club-1: Aero club
Club-2 : Nebula astro club
Club-3 : National association of student of architecture
Club-4 : Literary club(athena ,masquerade,theatre)
Club-5 : Hindustan mathematical club
Club-6 : Pranam hospitality club
Club-7 : Rotractory club
Club-8 : Horse riding club
Club-9 : Sae collegiate club of hits
Club-10 : Federation of motor sports club of india
Club-11 : Kruptos security club
Club-12 : Shrishti club