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BHARAT





Bharat, The Association of Indian Students at Johnson and Wales University largely works to offer information and its services to the Johnson .n. Wales student community. We utilize much time and resources to unite people from diverse fields of interest, and bring them together for a truly heartening experience at J&W.



ISA invites all the members of the JWU family who are related to India, or would like to learn about the country, its culture and communities. The membership is open to all the students, graduates, and members of the staff; irrespective of their nationality.


We are committed to provide you with everything possible, which will make this journey comfortable. And this is why the Student Association was established; to help, to be there for you, always….


One of the major focus areas of this interactive group is to connect people and engage in prolific activities for the promotion of education, business and global humanitarian efforts.


Our Internet Group: JWU-Bharat is the reflection of our efforts, unity, and sensitivity towards the Johnson & Wales student community in particular, and the global group of students in general.


We wish you the very best for an incredibly rewarding educational experience at Johnson and Wales University.





- Office of The Student Union -

Kumar Gautam Baiju Dhanani Manya Khanna
President Treasurer Communications Coordinator


Shirish Kanthed Ritesh Mardia
Administrative Coordinator Membership Recruitment n Retention Coordinator


The Association of Indian Students
at Johnson and Wales University, United States of America




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