Welcome to INDIAN SOCIETY!
Wanna meet new people? Make the most of uni? Connect with your culture?
We bring together...
- Students who share our Indian Culture (Don't have to be Indian!)
- Anyone who wants to have lots of fun and join in!
Here is what we do...
- Help New Students settle in
- Hold lots of events! (Club Nights, Movie Nights, Games Nights, Sports Days and much more!)
- APNA (A.K.A ASIAN PERSONALITY NOMINATION AWARDS) - A grand Oscars, IIFA, Grammys, Filmafare type award show with countless performances, hosts and hilarious awards!
- HOLI and DIWALI
- Chill nights that will include game nights, movie nights and more!
- Monthly talks on taboo topics circulating the wide Indian Community
- Weekly Bollywood Dance sessions open to beginners and professionals (with plenty of performance opportunities)
- Weekly Badminton or Cricket Sessions for Boys and Girls!
- Raise a lot of money for Charity
- Have fun
Here is what our Presidents Sonia & Urvi have to say to new students:
"We are a community here. I walk around campus and all I see are friendly faces I know from our tight nit, but large South Asian community here at Southampton. Get stuck in and lets have a blast!"
Love from IndianSoc x
All clubs and societies within the Students' Union are run entirely by students. The student committee for Indian Society this year are:
Charity & Welfare Officer
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These are the current membership fees offered by Indian Society, although many clubs and societies offer a free period for new members to try out their activities.
|Indian Society Year 22- 23 Membership||£6.50||01/10/2022 - 22/06/2023||Year-long membership to the Indian Society. Includes DISCOUNTED entry to all of our events. With this card you get our exclusive Members Card which brings many DISCOUNTS at your favourite bars, restaurants and much more in Southampton. Grab your membership now!|
All SUSU clubs & societies must have a Constitution which governs how they runDownload Constitution
Health & Safety
All clubs & societies are required to risk assess their activity to ensure it is carried out in a safe manner for members. Current risk assessments for Indian Society are available to view below