Delhi Alumni Group

Delhi Co-ordinators: Ravindra Joshi, Mohit Mittal and Sri Kansal

Ravindra, Mohit and Sri organise social and networking events for Lancaster alumni in Delhi. Email Sri to make contact with the group.

Latest events:
February 2016 - Delhi Alumni Reunion view event details and photos

To receive invitations, please ensure that your address details on the alumni database indicate that you live in or near Delhi.  Update your details online (requires log on) or by emailing

What I'm doing now

Ravindra: I am Head of Group for Special Consumer Segment in Tata Power Delhi Distribution Limited, a Tata group company engaged in electricity distribution in Delhi.  

Mohit: I work in the field of hospitality and real estate development. We develop both residential and commercial spaces. We also operate the Ramada Gurgaon Central Hotel in Gurgaon, Delhi, NCR.

Sri:  I am currently assisting the strategy and business development department of Jagdamba Group as a director with high focus on kitchenware products traded globally. I also Head of Publishing for a travel/culture/scientific journal magazine called ‘Plugged’. 
To promote ingenuity and entrepreneurial spirit within India I also manage a fund under Astra group which invests in innovative ideas.

My best Lancaster memory

Ravindra: Among the many wonderful memories that I have of my time at Lancaster, there are two that especially stand out. The first one I almost froze my fingers when I was out on a chilly January night, it took me half hour to bring fingers back to normal.  It happened on a sub zero temperature night.  The second was when I went for a walk and was amazed by the walking routes by the side of farms on the outskirts of Lancaster.

Mohit: I think the space provided will not do justice to list all the amazing memories that I have of Lancaster. I met my wife there, so it will always be special to me. Other memories include soaking up the sun on the steps of Alex square with friends or bar-hopping on campus. Another memorable year was the one when I worked as the LUSU marketing representative.

Sri: Through four years of the red rose days, my Lancaster experience was never been short of eventful experiences. One of the best times I had was when I organised the Lancaster University world cup tournament with a gruelling work period and a small team of four to handle 16 societies and create the most engaging international event. I learned a lot about negotiation, or as a Lancaster student might say ‘Truth lies open to all’. 

What Lancaster means to me

Ravindra: I am proud to be a Lancaster Graduate where quality means a lot in education. I had wonderful teachers, and enjoyed studying in such a beautiful part of England. I look forward to going back to visit in the future.

Mohit: It was one of the best phases of my life. I learnt a lot during my years at Lancaster. Being an international student, mingling with a multi-cultural community at university was a big highlight.

Sri: I came to Lancaster thinking I would learn about the world; instead I found a way to express myself and gain exposure to different cultures through a student society system.  It is essential to find the right fit of people to work and learn with and fortunately Lancaster gave me all that and more.

Why I volunteer as an alumni group co-ordinator

Ravindra: I have been an active in Alumni, attending most of the events.  I am also an active alumni of IIT Roorkee where I did my Electrical Engineering.  IIT Alumni is like my family and I want it to be part of this volunteering effort for Lancaster too.  I was spell bound when my IIT Roorkee alumni who was Chairman of Huge Indian Railways came out of his room to meet me, when I sent a slip saying I am a fellow alumni and just want to say hello to him.  We will some-day reach that goal in Lancaster alumni too. 

Mohit: I feel that alumni networks are a very important aspect of professional life. I am still in touch with a lot of alumni in India and feel that I can contribute towards building that network in Delhi NCR.

Sri: I represented the Indian society, the Asian society, the Management Science society and the United Nations Society through most of my time at University. I really could never say goodbye to Lancaster and I feel I can still contribute to sharing the Lancaster experience which I had through my years there.