Clubs & Societies

  • Design and Architecture

    DIA, Enlightening Lives Through Design

    DIA is the Design Club of KRMU that endeavours to create design solutions to enlighten lives. The club comprises  of students and faculty members of School of Architecture and Design (SOAD). The Club works towards identifying needs, challenges and opportunities in the community and prepare a creative proposal to improve the quality of life and living standards of the people.

    The Club sends team of students to visit projects in the neighbourhood of Gurgaon Sohna road and various other NGO’s in Delhi NCR. The teams under the guidance of different mentors will identify possible points of intervention at institutional, community or even urban level to help the needs of people and create innovative solutions.

    The Club houss a Consultancy Cell  to promote professional work culture among the students. The funds generated through the Consultancy Cell is used to uplift the living standards of various underpriviledged areas in Delhi NCR. 

    The Club works  on two challenges as per  the following programs:

    • Project OAN (Observation and Action Network) 2021 Grants Program launched by National Association of Students of Architecture.
    • Design intervention for inhabitants of Earth Saviours Foundation
  • Chetna Society

    Chetna Society is a pioneering step of KR Mangalam University towards encouraging students to lead a balanced and focused life through a spiritual platform.

    Chetna Society aims at stimulating inner changes and the holistic development of individuals, especially students. The Society helps students to maintain their well-being and a sense of joy by prioritizing their goals through the practices of relaxation, meditation, and prayers. During these sessions, students learn to connect with the inner silence of their hearts to find the divine essence. This spiritual connection opens the doors to wisdom and inner peace, helping them resolve the conflicting demands of life. Sustained practice of meditation allows them to feel deeply connected with their inner selves and find meaning in their lives. At Chetna Society, we believe spirituality & materiality co-exist.

    K.R. Mangalam got recognized by Heartfulness Institute in the National Education Conclave 2021, held on 12th & 13th January 2021. The awardees were dynamic & passionate learners of various schools at KRMU & our respected Vice-Chancellor of the University & Convener Chetna Society Dr. Ruchika Yadav from the School of Management & Commerce.

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    The Computer Society of India (CSI) is a non-profitable initiative established in 1965 that encourages the global exchange and dissemination of technical information in support of computing technology. CSI is a family of over 2000 members varying from Individuals, professionals, students, academicians, scientists, and corporate institutions. Around 72 chapters and more than 511 student branches of CSI are there across the country. CSI also represents India in international bodies such as the International Federation of Information Processing (FIP) and South-East Asian Regional Computer Confederation (SEARCC). The club intends to teach advanced theory and practice of computer science, computer engineering and technology, systems science and engineering, information processing, and related arts and sciences.

    K.R. Mangalam University has been associated with CSI since 2014 as an institutional member, and more than 480 students have registered to date. 


    • Headquarter and Secretariat at Mumbai (Maharashtra)
    • Education Directorate at Chennai (Tamil Nadu) 


Our vision is to build an investment club that becomes one of the top choices for all the students of the KRMU as budding investors.


Our mission is to improve members’ understanding of investment management; to help members develop practical investment skills and test them in the markets; and to create better access to career opportunities in the investment industry.


Our objective is to equip all our members with a practical understanding of financial markets. Our members come from a variety of backgrounds be it business, law, IT, or economics. Hence, we would like to invite all the students of the K R Mangalam University to share their passion for financial markets. Our idea is originated from KASAM approach: Knowledge, Attitude, Skills, Ambition and Moral value of the University to achieve the defined goals.

About K R Mangalam Consultancy Club (KCC):

At the K R Mangalam University, we have a dazzling set of diverse students with the dream to enter into the consulting industry. The KCC for KRMU students provides the opportunity to explore and enhance the student’s interests in consulting and stratagem, while helping clients resolve their business glitches or identifying prospects for expansion and improvements at the same time. We achieve these goals by providing KASAM approach to our members: Knowledge, Attitude, Skills, Ambition and Moral values.


Our vision is to build, enhance and vitrine the consulting club by utilizing the potential of students in attracting the personnel from top consulting firms to the campus through awareness, skill building, and networking.


Our mission is to create the awareness and generate the interest of the consulting realm among the students that aspire to propel their career in this domain. This club will serve as a nucleus to create and maintain the long lasting relationship with the best approachable consulting firms and making all the relevant resources available to promote the competency among the students & supporting them through the recruitment process at KRMU.

  • Vision of CSI

    • 1. CSI's vision document emphasis improving the quality in areas of activities to keep up the pace with the constantly changing needs and demands of the future.
    • 2. Organizing regular training sessions to upgrade the skills of the IT Professionals.
    • 3 Helping Governments in formulating IT strategy & planning.
  • Mission of CSI

    • 1. Promote interchange of information in these disciplines and subdisciplines, amongst the specialist and between specialists and the public.
    • 2. Encourage and assist the professionals engaged in these fields to maintain professional integrity and competence.
    • 3. Foster a sense of partnership amongst the professionals engaged in these fields.
  • Publications under CSI

    • 1. CS1-eNewsletter (CSI-NL) monthly publication includes information for ICT professionals, academicians, and students along with a quiz for readers.
    • 2. Computer Society of India brings out three national publications namely CSI Journal of Computing, CSI Communications, and CSI Adhyayan.

Chapter and Student Branches

A Chapter of the Society is a group of members in a particular locality or city. For the benefit of members, the chapter organizes monthly technical meetings, product presentations, exhibitions, films, and video shows. The chapters also host Regional, Divisional, National, and International events along with the sponsoring agencies.

The Chapter activities are managed by a committee of elected members headed by the Chairman who takes care of the Chapter’s activities. CSI covers states and union territories of the nation under the umbrella of ‘8 Regions’.


Activities by regional chapters of CSI

Technical activities are bifurcated into five divisions as given below (coordinated by the Chairman of each division - elected by the voting members once in two years)

Division I- Hardware

Division II- Software

Division III- Scientific Applications

Division IV- Communications

Division V- Education and Research includes activities such as:

  • Educational Courses
  • Seminar and Exhibition
  • Public meeting and awareness program
  • Conference and Conventions
  • Evening Technical Talks
  • Manufacturers presentation
  • Press conferences and writing article in local papers
  • Panel discussion
  • Paper and program competition
  • Student branch activities and competition
  • Who can apply for Membership?

    The membership of the Society is open to all professionals involved in the field of information technology under two subcategories - individual and institutional (Academic and Non-Academic).

  • Benefits to Students

    Registered students develop innovative concepts by working rigorously on research papers that publish in renowned journals and publications. They acquire a broader perspective about the subject and related topics by interacting with other students outside the university. The society promotes an intellectual and engaging learning environment for students by organizing several technical events such as blind coding, inquisitive minds, type racing, spot the error, LAN gaming, aptitude test, etc. 

Cultural Club

The cultural club is a dynamic and independent group that encourages freedom of expression in every aspect. It motivates students to participate in cultural events and explore the horizons of creativity, diversity, and art. The club involves students in various activities and events to instill social and cultural values in them. Students develop cognitive skills and audacity to express their opinion liberally.


Objectives of cultural Club

Promote opportunities for everyone to experience the culture, participate in educational programmes and develop creative abilities

Promote quality and artistic renewal

Promote a dynamic cultural heritage that is preserved, used, and developed

Promote international and intercultural exchange and cooperation in the cultural sphere



Fun-filled event to welcome Freshers to the University. It builds a friendly association among students and boosts their confidence by encouraging their creative impulses. 



Cultural Club organizes a one-day annual inter-college cultural fest in the university. It encourages the participation of multiple teams from KRMU and across Delhi NCR to showcase their talent and relish enjoyable moments of college days. Apart from these events, the cultural club with over 150 registered students organize and participate in many dance competitions, Bollywood Quiz Competitions, Insta-Reel competitions, Webinars, Singing Competitions, Farewell Parties, etc.

  • Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam Science Society

    Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam Science Society is a common platform for students across disciplines to share their experiences and explore new ideas on science and technology. It encourages aspiring innovators to put their knowledge into action, enhancing their scientific temperaments and critical thinking. The society also conducts lectures, seminars, and workshops to bridge the gap between theoretical learning and its practice. Moreover, KRMU’s science society works profoundly on spreading awareness of conserving the environment and nature.


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The E-Yantra society is a hobby club that assists students to understand innovative electronic gadgets and teach them to develop their own devices. The club thrusts upon imparting in-depth knowledge of analogue and digital electronics to meet the industry’s demand for technically skilled professionals. KRMU aims at empowering its students with the required skills through lectures, workshops, projects, and competitions to sustain in this digitally-evolving world.
The motto of the Club: To augment imagination, innovation, creation, and application


The objective of E-Yantra

  • Developing technologically best students
  • To bring the students out of their Syllabi bound shells and expose them to the potential challenges in the field of circuit design and hardware analysis


  • To conduct lecture series, workshops and also assign projects to the students
  • DIY: Project making
  • Query sessions
  • Guest lectures talks to discover the unknown
  • Making a green campus. Projects will be implemented at a high scale in the university.
  • Forming an active Google group
  • Work Visit: Explore the horizon
  • The annual summer extravaganza: Major summer projects will be allotted to the students of the club


Annual competitions among the members of the club from all the four years of the programme are as follows:

  • Embedded design challenge for the 3rd and 4th-year students
  • Electro mania (Circuit design) for 2nd year onwards
  • Electrovative (Quiz Competition) which will be separate for students of all years

Health society

The health society of K.R. Mangalam University intends to create health awareness among people regarding various lifestyle diseases such as Anaemia, Diabetes, Heart problems, etc. In collaboration with NGOs like Sankalp Sangh, Vision of India, the Health Society organizes regular health camps in the nearby villages.

Several biochemical tests including Body Mass Index, HB content, Blood Group, Blood Pressure, Blood sugar, etc. are conducted in these health camps. Besides, it also organizes blood donation camps in association with the Red Cross Society and Rotary Club. In the recent times of the pandemic, the health society has delivered numerous lectures on the ways to prevent COVID-19.


Aim of LMS

Legal & Management society spreads awareness about numerous legal and management concepts, building the core foundation of students. It inspires learners to go beyond their imagination by hosting various events and activities.

These include workshops, webinars, and guest lectures from esteemed academicians in the field of law and management. At KRMU, we take the responsibility for the holistic development of our graduates and fulfill it by maximizing their participation in industry-oriented events.


The basic objectives of conducting the LMS activities are:

  • To enhance students’ skills and develop their personalities
  • To improve communication skills and decision-making power
  • To enhance the spirit of competition among the students
  • To increase awareness regarding the business world
  • To enhance the participation level among the students

    Model United Nations is an educational simulation and academic activity in which students learn about diplomacy, international relations, and the United Nations. MUN teaches research, speaking, debating, and writing skills to the participants to promote critical thinking, teamwork, and leadership abilities. What differentiates our club from other MUN Clubs is that we do not confine our discussions over international issues but encourage critical debate over national issues equally.

    The club has organized several interesting competitions over the past few months such as the Indo-China Quiz Competition, Youth Lok Sabha, and MUN SUMMIT on Cyber Security in 2021. KRMU intends to foster the ethos of healthy competition spirit and public speaking skills amongst its students, enabling them to step into the corporate world confidently.

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    National Service Scheme (NSS)-KRMU


    The idea of involving students in national service tasks in India dates back to the times of Mahatma Gandhi. The notion was re-considered in January 1950 by the Central Advisory Board of Education (CABE).

    After examining all the aspects of the matter, the board recommended teachers and students volunteer for the manual work. On September 24, 1969, the then Union Education Minister Dr. V.K.R.V. Rao, launched the NSS programme in 37 universities covering all states. He further requested the Chief Ministers of States to help and cooperate with volunteers. 

    The National Service Scheme aspires to extend the dimension of the higher education system and orient the student youth towards community service. Therefore, it is necessary to arouse the social conscience of the students and provide them opportunities to work with slum dwellers and villagers. This activity exposes them to the realities of life and brings about a change in their social perception. The motto or watchword of the National Service Scheme is: ‘NOT ME BUT YOU’. This reflects the essence of democratic living and upholds the need for selfless service. Besides, it shows consideration for fellow human beings and appreciation for others' viewpoints. The philosophy of the NSS underlines the belief that the welfare of an individual depends on the welfare of the society. The symbol of the National Service Scheme, as appearing on the cover page of its manual demonstrates the ‘Rath’ wheel of the Konark Sun Temple situated in Orissa. These giant wheels of the Sun Temple portray the cycle of creation, preservation, and release, and signify life across time and space. 

  • Benefits of NSS Volunteer

    The National Service Scheme (NSS) is an Indian government-sponsored public service program conducted by the Department of Youth Affairs and Sports of the Government of India. Popularly known as NSS, the scheme was launched in Gandhi Ji's Centenary year, 1969.

    It allows young students to participate in various government-led community service activities & programmes. The objective of KRMU-NSS is to develop responsible personalities through community service.

    The programme aims to promote social welfare in students to serve society equally. NSS volunteers work closely with villagers and learn to live satisfactorily with limited resources. They also assist villagers with essential commodities such as food, clothing, and first-aid facilities during uncertainties. Under NSS, volunteers help the deprived section of society raise their living standard to live with dignity.

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    Design and Photography Club

    Design and Photography Club at KR Mangalam University brings the realistic experience to all the students about the design behind the screen and nurture the habit in them to look all around with the designer mind and capture the same with the professional skills and values. Design and Photography Club is a student’s-oriented club where all the members of club do contribute and responsible for the club activities. This Club organizes various design and photography centric events on regular basis in which students participate and show their innovative ideas and captures with each other. In Design and Photography Club regular meetings or get together a few times in week students are always going to meet new people with common interest. On this platform students can exchange their creative ideas, aesthetic thoughts, experiences, products etc.

    The Club has given tutorials on various aspects of photography, like basics of camera, composition, lighting. It has also made students work on a wide range of genres of photography like food, fashion, indoor, outdoor, abstract, candid, vintage, and portraits. With the knowledge of design aspects behind every scene and screen, they will allow themselves to capture the actual beauty and present it during the regular exhibitions of Club. In this way students learn new skills other than the academic syllabus which help students in building confidence, further to their career path student wish to pursue and principally in comprehensive development.

  • Placement Society & Club

    Training and Placement Cell

    The objective of the Training and Placement Cell is to bridge the gap between industry and academia. It is accomplished by exploring the opportunities for students, universities, professionals, and the corporate world together for mutual growth and development.

    Institutions of higher learning need a robust interface with the industry to maintain the relevance of the programs offered. Therefore, the cell interacts with the industry pioneers for projects, internships, and placement activities to build a successful student community.

    The T&P Cell emphasizes understanding the requirements of the corporate world and enriching professional skills in the students to make them industry-ready. KRMU prepares its graduates for market changes, industry prospects, industry openings, and on-campus and off-campus interviews for internships, projects, and placements. It also offers personalized career counseling to the learners enabling them to unveil all potential career development opportunities.


    The annual academic goals of the society are mentioned below

    • To contribution to the students’ development, identify their academic and career interests, and their short and long-term goals through individual counseling and group sessions
    • To maintain a database of students and companies, and establishing strategic links for campus Placement Activities
    • To get the information about campus placement and job fairs and all relevant recruitment ads
    • To coordinate with companies to study their requirements and recruitment procedures
    • To identify the requirements and prospects of the companies to support them in recruiting the greatest appropriate applicants
    • To organize pre-placement Talk/Webinar/workshops/seminars for students
    • To Organize HR Conclave-Meet, HR Summit, Alumni Meet, and Industry Interface Session
    • To collect feedback from employers where our students are selected
    • To assist students with industrial training at the end of semesters
    • To assist employers to achieve their hiring goals
    • To provide resources and activities to facilitate the career planning process
    • To work as a link between students, alumni, and the corporate community
    • To assist students in obtaining placement in reputed companies
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    Career Counselling & Guidance

    • 1 Highlighting articles on departmental notice boards, Websites regarding Competitive & Industrial Career Opportunities.
    • 2Inform students about the available job opportunities in government sectors and off-campus drives.
    • 3Giving Motivational Talks Sessions
    • 4Conducting the Assessment and Psychometric Test
    • 5Conducting Expectation Management Workshops
  • Training & Development Program

    The training curriculum is designed according to the industry requirements to prepare students as entry-level Graduate Trainees. It includes:

    Personality Development Program (PDP)

    • Professional Communication Skills Training Program
    • Resume Writing & Formal Email Writing
    • Group Discussion
    • Interview Skills
    • Aptitude Test and Assessment Test Practices
    • Business English Languages Program


    The industry is always on the lookout for vibrant and dynamic students who are ready to accept challenges and are open to learning new skills during employment. This activity focuses on personality development, making students reliable, optimistic, and good decision-makers. 

    Besides, the placement cell aims at:

    • Guiding for preparation
    • Making necessary arrangements for mock Interviews, GD Sessions, and Debates sessions
    • Connecting with Alumni for available openings
    • Connecting with industry for campus interviews
    • Arranging and conducting campus recruitment drive as well as off-campus drives

    English Literary Society at K.R. Mangalam University plays a significant role in the lives of every literary enthusiast. It motivates students to scribble down their thoughts liberally and present them in their exclusive style. One of the most awaited events conducted under its aegis is the annual literary event Rhetoric. The event includes inter-university literary competitions such as poetry competitions, story writing competitions, essay writing sessions, and extempore to encourage the listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills of the students. The club organizes regular activities to nurture and shape students as orators and to enrich their overall personalities. 



Smart Ashram Club explores smart options to preserve the environment with sustainable living practices through the following:

    • The meaning and context of vernacular
    • Understanding local and traditional architecture
    • Sustainable materials and techniques in the context of terrain or climate
    • Presentations from students on vernacular architecture in different parts of India depending on their place of origin or interest
    • Poster making on Theme Vernacular Architecture
    • Explanation of Vernacular through posters
    • Entries received from SOAP, SMAS, SBAS, SJMC
  • Understanding of Sustainability
    • Sustainability in terms of energy and materials
    • Carbon Footprint, Greenhouse gases, global warming
    • Pollution: Reasons for air pollution in Delhi/ NCR and the preventive measures
    • Related terms: AQI (Air Quality Index), PM (Particulate matter) PM10 (inhalable and can settle in lungs and cause breathing issues), PM2.5 (fine particulate matter with 2.5 micrometers)
  • Understanding the Ratings of Sustainable Architecture
    • Presentation by IX semester, B. Arch students on
    • GRIHA; Green Rating for Integrated Habitat Assessment with application in buildings
    • Case Study of Indira Paryavaran Bhawan, New Delhi
    • Case Study of Auroville Ashram, Puducherry
  • Understanding sustainable building materials and Sustainability in Architecture.
    • Presentation by IX semester, B. Arch. Students on Mud as a Sustainable Building Material
    • Hot and Dry Climatic Zones in India; Building Materials and Techniques
    • Cold and Dry Climatic Zones in India
  • Reflection on Sustainability in their own lives
    • Students create Instagram pages, blogs, and presentations on issues of the environment and sustainability.