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Iota Nu Delta
Founded February 7, 1994
Binghamton University
Type Social
Scope International
Motto Mind, Body, Soul
Brotherhood Eternal
Colors Primary Colors:
Orange       Green      
Secondary Colors:
Black       White      
Symbol Rose and Sword
Flower Rose
Chapters 10 Active Chapters
Fact First All Male South Asian Fraternity in the Nation
Headquarters New York City
New York City, NY, USA
Homepage Iota Nu

Iota Nu Delta (ΙΝΔ), is a South Asian interest fraternity geared towards men of all descents. It was founded on February 7, 1994, by a group of eight men of South Asian descent at Binghamton University, in Binghamton, New York. The group's goal was to "bridge the gaps between people of different backgrounds, ethnicities, and cultures by having them interact with their respective communities, and encourage cultural awareness through affiliation with a fraternal organization."[1]


National History

Iota Nu Delta was officially formed on February 7, 1994 on the campus of Binghamton University, in Binghamton, New York. By forming the first ever all male South Asian Greek organization, their goal was to bridge the gaps between people of different backgrounds, ethnicities, and cultures - all while promoting South Asian cultural awareness. Their efforts to date have paved the way for an upcoming of one of the largest organizations of its kind.


National Founding Fathers

  • Mr. Johri Mathew
  • Mr. Shaiju Eapen
  • Mr. Samir Chopra
  • Dr. Sachin Chopra
  • Dr. Renjy Vattasseril
  • Dr. Stanley Jacob
  • Dr. Varun Gujral
  • Dr. Ankur Desai
The National Founding Fathers of the Iota Nu Delta Fraternity

National Founding Board

  • National President - Mr. Dilip N. Rao
  • National Vice President - Mr. Nitin Malik
  • National V.P. of Finance - Mr. Nidhish Varughese
  • National Secretary - Mr. Dev Shah
  • National V.P. of Operations - Mr. Vivek Thapar
  • National V.P. of Expansion - Mr. Punit Shah
  • National Director of Intake - Mr. Binu John


               We, the brothers of the Iota Nu Delta Brotherhood, have established this organization for the purposes of promoting and advancing the cultural diversity found on college campuses. The Iota Nu Delta Fraternity is South Asian based, but is not, nor ever will be exclusive to men of South Asian origin. Our Brotherhood seeks to encompass all individuals and will not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, creed, ethnicity, orientation, or any physical handicaps.
               Discrimination of any type would go against the very core of our purpose and would promote elements of intolerance and destroy the unity that we seek to create. We seek to enhance and develop the leadership qualities of our brothers to prepare them for the world of tomorrow. With this goal in mind we prioritize the rigors of religion, family, and academia in addition to our brotherhood.
               We shall not condone nor will ever tolerate any method that would be contrary to the principles of our fraternity and our purpose of creating unity. We will not accept or tolerate any forms of hazing or intolerant modes of behavior. No potential member will be subjected to any activity that is degrading or hazardous. We seek to create a strong bond among the brothers of this Fraternity.


Iota Nu Delta's official philanthropy is the South Asian Marrow Association of Recruiters, SAMAR, a subsidiary of the National Marrow Donor Program (NMDP).

Community Service

Iota Nu Delta's chapters have dedicated numerous hours towards serving the community. The following are a few notable service events that they have been involved in:[citation needed]

  • South Asian Bone Marrow Drive (SAMAR)
  • Hangama 2008 - Charity event held by the brothers of INΔ to help raise money for Sakhi (Organization committed to ending violence against women of South Asian origin)
  • Alliance for South Asian AIDS Prevention (ASAP)
  • Homeless Shelter Sandwich Drive
  • March of Dimes - Walk America
  • NYC Special Olympics
  • IND - Gujarat Earthquake Relief Fund
  • September 11 -
    • - New York City Relief Fund
    • - American Red Cross Blood Drive
  • Habitat for Humanity
  • Hurricane George Victims Canned Food Drive
  • Holiday Season Clothing Drives
  • NYU Catholic Center Soup Kitchen
  • Kosovo Relief Effort
  • World Boccia Tournament
  • New York Cares Winter Coat Drive
  • Philadelphia Cares
  • Ronald McDonald House
  • Toys for Tots
  • Relay for Life
  • National Marrow Donor Program


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