About Us

The Oxford and Cambridge Society of India (“OCSI”) was established with its headquarters in New Delhi. While its 700 members are located in different parts of India and overseas, there is a dominance and focus of its membership in Delhi.

Membership of the Society is open to those who have been to the Universities of Oxford or Cambridge and are any one of the following:

  • Undergraduate degree holders from either University
  • Postgraduate degree holders from either University
  • Matriculation from either University (Matriculation marks the formal admission of a student to the membership of the University. A person is deemed to be matriculated from the beginning of the term in which a completed Matriculation Registration Form and satisfactory evidence of his or her qualification to matriculate is known by the College.)

The main objects of the Society include:

  • To bring together and promote fellowship amongst those who are/were connected with the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge with a view to providing unity of action in the common cause of the promotion of education and learning
  • To promote and diffuse useful knowledge and advancement of education and learning
  • To undertake, organise and facilitate conferences, seminars, lectures and research in matters relating to different cultural patterns of international society
  • To arrange meetings, discussions, seminars, exhibitions, displays, concerts, films, sports and other cultural and social get-together programmes
  • To issue appeals and applications or otherwise solicit funds in furtherance of the said objects


The Office Bearers and members of the Executive Committee for 2018-20