The Indo-American Society (IAS) is a forum for intellectual and cultural exchange and for the promotion of friendship between the peoples of India and America. It provides opportunities for interactions that help Indians and Americans assimilate each others strengths and build on them. It is recognized as a leading institution for enhancing cooperation and understanding between the peoples of the two countries through innovative and useful activities in the social, educational, cultural, economic, scientific, and management development fields.
1959: The realization of Vision: Born on April 24, 1959, IAS was formally inaugurated by Mr. Ellsworth Bunker, the then U.S. Ambassador to India. Early Presidents of IAS included stalwarts like the late Sir H. P. Modi and Mr. G. L. Mehta, one of the Indian Ambassadors to the U. S. Presidents in recent years have included imminent personalities such as, Nani Palkhivala, Viren Shah, Keshub Mahindra, and Adi Godrej.
Indo American Society will function and be recognized as the leading institution enhancing co-operation and understanding between the people of India and the people of the United States of America through innovative and useful activities in the social, cultural, educational, and economic and management development fields.
Indo American Society shall strive to be number one leading institution enhancing promoting economic growth between the two countries. Discover A Worldly Perspective between the United States of America and India.
IAS has the following for a under which it conducts its wide range of activities periodically
Medical Awareness: Lectures under which programmes are arranged monthly on popular subjects to bring about awareness of current trends in different medical fields.
Membership: Program for companies and individuals to enable them participate in the multifarious activities of the IAS.
Programme Committee: under which lectures are organized. Major speakers have included Mr. Henry Kissinger, Astronauts Edgar Mitchell and Ronald McNair, several U.S. ambassadors, etc.
Publication: Publication of a Bi Month newsletter entitled Landmark to focus on current events in the Indo U.S. scene and to highlight the activities of IAS.
24th October,2016 - Diwali Celebration
Our Publication of a Bi Month newsletter entitled Landmark to focus on current events in the Indo-U.S. scene and to highlight the activities of IAS.
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