Rotaract Club

Chartered in 2013 as the first student activity group at National School of Business Management, Rotaract Club of NSBM has acquired a significant membership of over 100 capable youth leaders representing diverse areas of discipline such as Management, Computing and Interior Design, and has initiated a portfolio of significant projects ever since. These projects include

LEO Club

Leo Club is a youth organization of Lions Clubs International. The main objective of the Leo Club Program is “To provide the youth of the world with an opportunity for development and contribution, individually and collectively, as responsible members of the local, national and international community.” The acronym Leo stands for Leadership, Experience, and Opportunity.


Vision – Peace and Fulfillment of Humankind’s Potential Mission – Leadership development, Expansion of cross-cultural understanding AIESEC is the world’s largest youth run organization present in 124 countries. We develop leadership skills of youth through cross-cultural exchange programs. AIESEC provides a global platform for young people to explore and develop their leadership potential. AIESEC in

Toastmaster Club

Toastmasters is an educational organization that operates clubs worldwide for the purpose of promoting communication and public speaking skills. Toastmasters uses a club-based structure, each having around 20–40 members. Meetings are held every week and usually in the evening. Part of meetings is devoted to Table Topics, which are off-the-cuff speeches which are assigned on

UN Student Forum

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Gavel Club

Toastmasters are a language development community where all sought of people joined to improve their English language skills. Later on this went on to become a gentlemen’s club. Joining the club nowadays costs about $50. In 1900s they made a big mistake in order to train the young people before they joined the club, they