We, at Caucus, value academic discussions and discourse. It is through these conversations that we can tickle the intellect of our members and invoke opinions from across the spectrum. We make humble efforts towards the development and intellectual growth of our members. Through this process, we are able to produce scholars who are articulate and opinionated.
We are an active society in Hindu College, University of Delhi. Given the competitive environment of Delhi University, it is our prerogative to stride further ahead and give our members an edge over their fellow companions.
It is in this direction that we encourage our members to express their opinions on issues of policy, international relations, domestic and international developments among others in the form of the written word. The blog is meant to provide a platform to our members as well as serve to the wider prospective audience by providing perspectives on various subjects.
Caucus – the discussion forum is a place where we discuss, debate and share our thoughts and ideas. Caucus was formed in 2007 in Hindu College, University of Delhi. We at Caucus not only discuss and deliberate, we also provide our members avenues to grow and explore through the various events that we organise. We organise group discussions on a weekly basis where we discuss current events. Some of our annual events include the “International Hindu Model United Nations” where we host various institutions for a two day long immersive and competitive MUN experience. We try out best to provide delegates with a immersive and hollistic experience the best hospitality.This year, we also started an educational lecture series called “Compass” where we invited various industry experts. This not only encouraged us to look at issues from a different viewpoint but it also gave our members a chance to interact with these experts on a one-on-one basis. Moreover, we also train and send delegations to various MUNs. We also have a blog and we encourage our members to contribute to our online blog with their opinions on trending topics. This helps them express their creativity and thoughts. We also encourage members to indulge in research and provide them all the necessary support regarding research and publication. Last but not the least, we at Caucus do not forget to have fun. We often discuss films and pop culture and we love playing pictionary. Do follow us on social media to stay updated on our events.
Meet the Team
President : Shabdita Tiwari
Editor-in-Chief : Caucus Blog
Shabdita is a third year student of history at Hindu. She’s usually scouring through Netflix and twitter in her free time. She considers that watching excessive true crimes has heavily shaped her personality. Although we’re unsure if she’s a detective or a criminal, we hope it’s the former.
Vice President : S Aditya
Aditya is a third year student of BA Programme at Hindu. He is a voracious reader and enjoys exploring new places. Aditya is particularly interested in Comparative Politics & International Relations.
Joint Secretary : Riya Jeph
Associate Editor : Caucus Blog
Joint Secretary : Tanishque Gedam
Tanishque is a second year student of Political Science Honours at Hindu. He thinks that the idea of having a “Doraemon” is escapist & flawed. But the exclusionary & hostile nature of the society that forces the “weak” to think that they need a Doraemon is the primary problem.
Research Coordinator :
Manas Pratim Sharma
Manas is a 3rd year student of History and much like his field of study he loves to live in Utopia. He believes that this world is beyond repair so the best thing to do right now is to pick up your pens and exist in your stories, which he can be seen at mostly.
Media Manager : Sumit Singh
Sumit is a second year student of BAP. He is annoyingly sociable and loves to travel. If you’re around he will definitely trap you in conversation about the 4 social media pages he manages.