Advised several (about 50) graduate students at Indiana State University.
Southwestern College had an active advising process for students. I was the general advisor for about thirty students. I was also the advisor for some of the math majors.
Sponsor of student organizations:
I was the faculty advisor of Indian Students Association of Indiana State University (from 2005).
I was the faculty sponsor for the mathematics honor society Pi Mu Epsilon chapter at Southwestern College. The Pi Mu Epsilon chapter was very active with meetings and presentations and other mathematical activities. Seven students were inducted into the Society.
Organized monthly meetings of the Math Club. In these meetings, the students made presentations on various mathematical topics like, magic squares, Fibonacci numbers, Rev. Dodgson the mathematician, and others.
Events and service for community in Winfield, Kansas
Made a presentation about the famous mathematician Ramanujan for the event: A passage to India: a Diwali event.
Organized Math and Science teacher’s day
Organized exhibition of Slide rules
President of the India Association of Terre Haute 2008-09
Board Member, Faculty Club, Indiana State University 2008 - present
Organized “Taste Of India” fundraiser for flood relief in Terre Haute
Organized a Chess club in Winfield, Kansas for four years. I was featured in the Winfield Courier’s annual edition “Life beyond work” education section in 2004.
Organized Chess tournaments at Indiana State University, Terre Haute
I arranged tutorial help for middle school and high school students in Winfield. The Math majors and Math education majors formed a pool of students in providing this help. This continued for all my four years in Winfield.