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Reconstitution of AIGA Committees - March 2024 - September 2024

On March 1, 2024, in line with the by-laws of the Indian Society of Artificial Intelligence and Law, the Secretariat confirms the constitution of the committees mandated under the AI General Assembly subject to the Article 7 and the Schedule 2 of the Charter of the AI General Assembly.

Nominated Members of the AIGA Committees

The constitution of the AIGA Committees is affirmed by the nomination of the respected members of the Society. The positions of the Chairpersons of each of the Committees is subject to nomination by the Secretariat. The objectives of the Committees are described in this notification.

Global Affairs Committee

Respected Members

  • Vishesh Chopra (Chairperson)

  • Sheelang Shah

  • Vishwam Jindal

Research Ethics Committee

Respected Members

  • Dr Chhavi Sharma (Chairperson)

  • Malak Sheth

  • Anshul Chaudhary

  • Nupur Shah

  • S N Mishra

R&D Committee

Respected Members

  • Pavithra Manivannan (Chairperson)

  • Samridhi Jain

  • Kailash Chauhan

  • Hari Shivan

  • Tushar Sharma

  • Savitha Kesav Jagadeesan

We extend best wishes to the members of the AIGA Committees. The Region Committee stands inoperable until constituted and its mandate is transferred to the Global Affairs Committee. We also extend our warm wishes to the applicant members of the Society, who expressed their interest to join our committees. Indeed, your participation and commitment to our cause of advocacy and genuine deliberations of ideas and policy realities, is commendable.

The functions, duties and responsibilities of the AIGA Committees are mentioned in the Charter of the AI General Assembly, which can be read at

The Secretariat will contact the respected members to initiate the tasks of their respective committees shortly.

Every committee is duty-bound as per this notification to submit their outcome report, of 1-2 pages, in every 8 weeks (or 2 months).

These committees stand constituted for a period of 6 months from March 15, 2024 up to September 15, 2024, unless dissolved by the Secretariat or the Executive Council of the AI General Assembly.

The complete declaration on re-constitution can be read here.


The Indian Society of Artificial Intelligence and Law is a technology law think tank founded by Abhivardhan in 2018. Our mission as a non-profit industry body for the analytics & AI industry in India is to promote responsible development of artificial intelligence and its standardisation in India.


Since 2022, the research operations of the Society have been subsumed under VLiGTA® by Indic Pacific Legal Research.

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