Public Services (NSS)

There are many opportunities at MIMT for students to engage in service to the community – through healthcare camps, blood donation, advocacy campaigns or working with schools for the underprivileged. Students are encouraged to take up community service through NSS or join any of the community service projects, to give back to the community.

National Service Scheme (NSS)
The NSS unit at MIMT has more than 1200 registered students. The NSS volunteers at MIMT are involved in a wide spectrum of activities such as

Social service:

  • The community around the campus
  • Cleaning the MIMT campus
  • Planting trees
  • Conducting health camps in rural areas
  • Organizing blood donation camps
  • Women Empowerment
  • Advocacy on community health
  • Creating AIDs awareness
  • Helping NGOs to raise sponsorship and funds

Annual Status of Education Report (ASER)

The word ASER means impact in Hindustani. If development programs are to lead to desired outcomes, their impact on the ground needs to be regularly assessed. ASER Centre seeks to use simple yet rigorous methods to generate evidence on scale on the outcomes of social sector programs. It also aims to strengthen the link between evidence and action by building the capacity of individuals and institutions to design, conduct, and understand assessments that focus on key outcome indicators.

As Social Responsibility, MIMT Students contributes their efforts & energy in ASER since 2013. They has been deputed in village & far rural area of Hadoti, Kota & Jaipur district in Rajasthan.