Delta Kappa Delta

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Delta Kappa Delta
ΔΚΔ
The Crest of Delta Kappa Delta
Founded October 1, 1999; 15 years ago (1999-10-01)
Texas A&M University
Type Service and Cultural interest
Emphasis South Asian Interest and Multicultural based
Colors      Violet,      Black, and      Silver
Symbol Diya
Flower Lotus
Mascot Peacock
Philanthropy Child abuse prevention and awareness
Headquarters College Station, Texas, United States
Homepage www.deltakappadelta.com

Delta Kappa Delta (Also known as B.E.T.I.S., ΔΚΔ, and DKD) is a United States based college sorority. Delta Kappa Delta is a cultural interest sorority oriented towards South Asian culture. The sorority was founded at Texas A&M University in 1999.

History[edit]

The precursor to Delta Kappa Delta was a grass-roots service organization named B.E.T.I.S. ("Behind Every True Indian Sister"). The sorority itself was formed October 1, 1999.[1]

Founders[edit]

The thirteen[a] founders are:[1]

  • Preya Batra
  • Rachel Gupta
  • Nisha Kalluvilayil
  • Sylvia Kalluvilayil
  • Sheila Krishan
  • Hiral Shah
  • Dimple Patel
  • Meenal Patel
  • Siby Philip
  • Neha Shah
  • Nisha Sidhwani
  • Christina Thomas
  • Celine Xavier

Chapters[edit]

Colonies[edit]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ The sorority's website says there are 14, but only the following 13 are listed.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Our History". Delat Kappa Delta Sorority Inc. Retrieved 13 December 2014. 

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