Student Experience

BSBI is dedicated to providing an enriched student experience during their time studying with us.

Student council presidents

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Student council presidents

Adarsh Agarwal

(President of Postgraduate courses)

Adarsh is studying MA Tourism, Hospitality and Event Management programme at BSBI. He was elected by the student council as President of Postgraduate courses in January 2023. He is a graphic designer, photographer, theatre artist and a growing event manager. He says: “I have always had the aspiration to manage events and activities. I would like to give the students a better university experience that they could cherish over the years. My vision is to grow together with the presence of our student community and make BSBI a better place with the motive of “Live, Love, Laugh.”

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Sukhpreetkaur Kochar

(President of Undergraduate courses)

Sukhpreetkaur is studying BSc (Hons) International Business and Management programme at BSBI. She was elected by the student council as President of Undergraduate courses in January 2023. She is a writer with five publishers and a Lakme-certified make-up artist. She said: “I am passionate about organising and managing operations and events, which should explain my interest in the role of a Student Council President. I intend to be a supportive figure that represents the students and present their opinions, ideas and concerns to the rest of the Student Services Team forming a single unit of operation.”

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What is the Student Council?

The student council consists of members who are elected by the student body. Each class has one elected representative who reports to the student council. It is a group of students responsible to organise activities and address student concerns. They bridge the gap between management and student body.

Your student council experience can also help you develop a variety of career skills, including:

  • Communication
  • Problem-solving
  • Delegating tasks
  • Organisation
  • Teamwork
  • Budgeting
  • Planning/coordinating events

In short, working as a member of the student council is an interesting and rewarding experience that helps you build skills you’ll need in college, the workforce, and life.

Current Student Council Members

Upcoming events

Poetry Matinees: Stopping by woods on a snowy evening

"And miles to go before I sleep" That's a classic line from the poem Stopping by woods on a snowy evening by Robert Frost"

Poetry matinees’ event on 18th April 2023, Library at 1:00 pm, Alte Post campus. The event will be hosted by Mina Shokri.

We have limited seats available.

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Share and Care!

You can drop items with Student Council on campus room 206

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The Student Council hosts various events throughout the school year.
  • Talent Shows
  • Movie Nights
  • Competitions
  • Other Networking Events

Visit this section for upcoming events!

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