A CASI Students Chapter is the grass root level representation and collaboration towards promoting the cause of sustainability. Institutes / Colleges / Universities and Schools are encouraged to form a chapter / council of students headed by a faculty to promote the knowledge and cause of CSR & sustainability.
What is a CASI student Chapter?
- CASI Student Chapters (CSC) encourages education beyond the classroom by allowing students to network and learn from each other, and connect with a supportive group of professionals.
- Primarily a CSC helps the student develop an experience and expertise in sustainability and CSR.
- While CSC’s do not require CASI Student Associate Certification, a CSC gives students the opportunity to get to know CASI by interacting with professionals at events, blogs and other communication.
- By participating in a SCS, students gain knowledge and experience that moves them ahead of the competition when they graduate. And develop a network for life.
Planning Checklist / going ahead
- Email to studentchapter@CASI.com stating your interest
- Understand the guidelines and process of setting up a student chapter
- Honorary academic lead / advocate: understanding how your institute and professors can benefit from the student chapter
- Reaching out to regional chapters and regional directors
- Contributing knowledge at CASI
- Reaching out to corporates
Fees – The student member of a CSC does not have to pay any fees to CASI. However a basic charge of INR 150 would be applicable for the Identity card.
Name – a CSC at XYZ institute of management (Mumbai) would be called CASI XYZ Institute (Mumbai) Student Chapter
A ‘CASI XYZ University Student Chapter’ is a virtual association based at the education institute. This is formed as collaboration between CASI and XYZ university.
Link to by laws and guidelines
Complimentary certifications for your professors
Institutes with a CASI student chapter are eligible for two complimentary certifications for professors.
To start a CASI student chapter (CSC), Please encourage a faculty member to be become a Hon. Academic Advocate or to designate a faculty advisor to support the group.
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