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CSGSA has four elected offices of President, Vice-President, Secretary and Treasurer. In addition, their is one office of Webmaster, who is the voluntary officer directly nominated for the job.

1. President

  • Oversee the activities of CSGSA and provide direction, motivation, and impetus.
  • Generally look out for the good of the graduate students in the department.

2. Vice President

  • Assist the President in coordinating activities.
  • Serves as President during the absence or disability of the President.
  • Serves as representative to Graduate Student Council (GSC). He/she has to attend all the meetings of GSC.

3. Secretary

  • Organize and take minutes for CSGSA meeting.
  • Maintain official documents of the organization.

4. Treasurer

  • Prepare annual budget, handle finances and reimbursements for special events.
  • Has final responsibility, along with the President, for the distribution of all CSSA funds.

5. Webmasters

  • Build and Maintain CSGSA website.
  • Maintain an electronic mailing list and an electronic directory of members of the CSGSA.


CSGSA has three committees,
1) Academic Affairs Committee, and
2) Social Events and Student/Faculty Interactions Committee.
3) Women in CS ( WiCS) Committee

The purpose of these committees is to provide a wider and very flexible platform for students to work together on various academic and social issues concerning graduate students. Few important points regarding the committees are:

  1. The participation in the committees are voluntary by the students. The participation can be of various degrees from sharing ideas to executing various activities/events of the committees.
  2. All the officials are default members of each committee.
  3. Each committee elects their own Team Coordinater by first month of the fall semester.
Topic revision: r1 - 2009-10-06 - 01:24:27 - Main.aanand2
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