KMV’s Gandhian Studies Centre was inaugurated by Late Ms. Sheila Dikshit, former Chief Minister of Delhi in 2009. The Centre is running a Women Empowerment Cell for economically weaker sections of society. Till date the Centre has empowered more than 3500 girls with many success stories to its credit. We have also adopted 5 villages where we carry social work throughout the year. The philanthropic institution that KMV is, we have also adopted some schools in the city which have students from the unprivileged section of the society. Our faculty and students not only go to teach these children but we also make endeavours to uplift the infrastructure. We have prepared a library at Gandhi Vanita Ashram and are committed to extend a helping hand to the lesser privileged people.
KMV Empathy Corner set-up outside the college entrance has stock of clothes, blankets, shoes, toys etc. donated by KMVites. These essential items can be picked up by the needy & unprivileged. The main objective is to create a sense of empathy among the students for the deprived people, through donation. All the departments of college take turns to maintain the Empathy Corner.
Blood Donation Camps are regularly organised by KMV Red Ribbon Club & Red Cross Society
A Rally for Drug Free Punjab was organized by KMV in Collaboration with Jalandhar Administration
KMV has given 60 taps to the school in village Karari and has replaced leaking taps. We have taken many measures for the prosperity of the five villages adopted by us under Unnat Bharat Abhiyan Goverment of India.
We strive to Sensitize the Society towards Environment & Social Issues with Noble Mission of making the City Clean, Green & Serene.