Student Clubs

Considered the network-lifeline for the entire ISB community, there are two kinds of student clubs - Professional Clubs and Social Clubs.

For developments in career interests and goals, you can be part of the professional clubs. To shape personal interests and hobbies, you can engage in one of the many social clubs here. Membership in the clubs will help you gain invaluable leadership, social and personal skills.

Professional Clubs

The Indian School of Business (ISB) community runs many professional clubs. The clubs give you the chance to apply classroom learning to the outside world. This helps you to gain invaluable leadership as well as life skills. In addition to connecting you with other students who have similar interests, professional clubs are a platform for students to interact with alumni and professionals in their fields of interest. This helps you to build formal and informal networks while exploring career opportunities.
The Graduate Student Board (GSB), the elected representatives of the ISB student body, coordinates and manages activities of the clubs. GSB organises conferences, talks by eminent guest speakers, and many other events, which enrich the learning experience at ISB.
The ISB currently has the following professional clubs:

Social Clubs

These clubs are managed by the students of ISB so you can be an organiser as well as a participant. The clubs organise competitions, events, and activities and offer excellent networking opportunities with fellow students. They also channelise diverse interests and talents of students by providing them with an avenue to display their talents. The campus comes alive with events such as evening jam sessions by the music club, section cricket tournaments, photography competitions and quizzes.

The Graduate Student Board (GSB), the elected representatives of the ISB student body, coordinates and manages activities of the clubs.

The ISB currently has the following social clubs:

Special Interest Groups
This year we have three special interest groups-

1. WAWE (Wildlife and Animal Welfare Enthusiasts) -- The objective of this group is to bring together individuals who share a passion for wildlife or are keen to explore the uncharted territory and work towards animal welfare and wildlife consideration. They aim to foster connections between people and wildlife through AWARENESS, UNDERSTANDING and EXPERIENCE.

2. Travel and Adventure -- With a vision to kindle the travellers' spirit in a generation mired in technology and virtual reality, this is the perfect forum for people looking to take a break from the urban monotony. This SIG conducts activities like trekking, rappelling, kayaking and cycling

3. Wellness -- A group focused on encouraging people to live their best life, by planning activities that allow them to make their lives a little stress free, and get them moving, and enhance their overall health and well being.