Terms and Conditions

 Terms & Conditions

The president of the IIC
The president of the IIC- Professor Louis P. F. Smith is Emeritus Professor of Economics (International Trade) and was Economic and Banking Consultant of Allied Irish Banks, the largest bank in Ireland, to the National Farmers Association and other bodies. He was Chairman of the Irish Council of the European Movement and of the Irish Council for Overseas Students. He is author of Evolution of Agricultural Co-operation, Basil Blackwell, Oxford-1961, Elementary Economics (with Dr. Norton), U.C.D. Folens 1963, with various other articles in and books on socio-economic developments in Europe. Professor Smith's determination is to broaden economic and cultural relations between two countries.
The Chairman of the IIC
The Chairman of the IIC is Mr. F. G. Cassidy, Charted Accountant by profession and owner of an accountancy firm running its offices in Dublin and other major cities in the Ireland. Mr. Cassidy is a de
Vice President (Ireland)
Vice President (Ireland) is Mr. Patrick Dillon Malone. His qualifications are in European Law. Patrick is fluent in German, French, Spanish and Italian. He is practicing Barrister since 1993.
Vice President (India)
Vice President (India) is Ms. Aparna Bajpai, former Associate Professor of obstetrics in Cancer Hospital and Research Institute, Gwalior, M. P. India. Presently she is providing her services in the field of Maternal and Child Health at N.M.H. Dublin. Ms. Bajpai also worked for UNICEF in developing their modules in India. She has conducted and performed various stage shows . She is highly motivated in promotion and exchange of the culture between Ireland and India.
Students Support Office
Mr. Aditya Arya is Students Support Officer of the Council since October 2008. Mr Arya holds degrees in MSc in Computing Sciences and also MBA from IP University of India. He worked as Assistant Manager for Kotak Mahendra Bank in India. He was elected President of his college in 2006. He has great zeal and enthusiasm to constructively engage for students rights.