ISU Trondheim (NTNU)
Facts and Figures: ISU Trondheim (NTNU)
ISU Trondheim
The board of Trondheim Local Branch at ISU is comprised of:
President: Ali Azadkhah (Iran)
Vice president: Rauf Salman (Pakistan)
Social officer: Anku Vinyoh (Ghana)
Cultural officer: Er Bishnu (Nepal)
Sports officer: Charles O. Ababio (Ghana)
Financial officer: Hanif Khan (Pakistan)
Academic and welfare officer: Naveen Velmurugan (India)
IT officer: Soma Das (India)
Trip officer: Alexandra Jarná (Slovakia)
DJ and consultant: Åntøine Sevillænø (France)
Representative of Student's parliament: Knut Nicholas Figenschou
Representative of ICoT: Awais Alvi
Representative of Studenterhytta: Øyvind Storesund Hetland
- Party basement with a budget of its own
- Ski basement
- ISU Trondheim Facebook page with about 5000
- Student’s Market Facebook page with about 8000
- Close collaboration with ESN, ICOT, ISFIT,
Studenterhytta, and Studenttinget (Student
Events & Activities
• Two big welcome parties hosting more than 250 students
• 6 basement parties (Mainly theme parties; 80s, 90s, hiphop, plastic, etc)
• 6 Local Leadership Meetings (LLM)
• Food festival
• Kayak trip
• Rockheim trip (Rock music museum)
• Geiranger trip
• Ice bucket challeneg
• A survey is being run soon to collect data which can be
used to support our campaigning against tuition fee
Events & Activities
Jogging trip
Sport tournament
Movie nights (Planned)
Norwegian language workshops (planned)
Discussion meetings with the student parliament to stand against
tuition fee
Discussion meeting with leaders of the organizations mentioned
Interview with the student newspaper reporter, published
Constructive Interview with the marketing officer of student
parliament on promoting recruitment of volunteers
Great efforts to improve the quality of the website and facebook
Unique to ISU Trondheim; our own photographer
Issues to discuss
• With Facebook current restrictions as to
sending invitations out to all members, it’s
become hard to advertise events- It’s possible
to create events and invite all members only a
few times. If one keep on creating events with
having all members invited, they get banned and
can’t invite anyone.
• A few groups of people questionably tend to be
missing in events. Among them are Norwegians
and Africans that we’ve noticed their
attendance is considerably little.

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