Hindu Students Council
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Hindu Students Council (also known as HSC) is an organization of Hindu students in the United States of America and Canada. According to its website, it serves as an "international forum that provides opportunities to learn about Hindu heritage through various activities, events and projects." It is an independent non-profit organization under 26 U.S.C. § 501(c)(3).
The HSC was set up in 1990 with support from the Vishwa Hindu Parishad of America, a constituent member of the right-wing Sangh Parivar; its current association with that body is a matter of some debate, though it says that it became fully independent in 2003. Prior to its separation from its parent organization, it was considered to be the student-wing of the VHP. In 2011, Hindu Students Council was awarded a Readers' Choice Award for Best Hindu Organization in an online vote held by About.com.
- National Hindu Students' Forum - equivalent organization in the United Kingdom
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