Clubs & Societies

  • Design and Architecture

    DIA Club


    DIA Club endeavors to create design solutions to enlighten lives. The Club identifies needs, challenges and opportunities in Design and prepares creative solutions to improve the quality of life of people. The activities and workshops organized by DIA Club aim to prepare students for better design capabilities and encourage them to produce objects that help in improving lives. Some of the activities conducted by the club are Origami Workshop, Photography and Film Making, Diwali Workshop etc. and from time-to-time various competitions are being held such as Photography Workshop, Cradle of Life, Creating pot planters with Sustainable Materials. 


  • Chetna Society

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

    To facilitate our younger generation and imbibe an aspirational set of values to live by and to help them lead a balanced & focused life on a material, ethical & spiritual platform K.R. Mangalam University has initiated a pioneering step in this direction through the Heartfulness Meditation Club i.e. Chetna Society. The purpose of this society is to develop these supreme human qualities where the youth get a chance to connect to the wisdom of their heart and allow it to guide them along their journey. During various programmes, the young learners get to know how to connect to the light and wisdom within, which will eventually help them to calm and guide their minds. The society creates an urge for inner change and growth as the youth today is pulled in different directions by multiple goals hence unable to prioritize these or to find the balance that gives a sense of well-being and joy. 

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    Red Cross Society

    "The Youth Red Cross" is a constituent of the Indian Red Cross Society: A group movement organized at the initial stages for students between 18 to 25 years of age. We in our college, have a Youth Red Cross wing. Any student of any discipline can become a YRC member. Key activities under the youth program are

    • Training to selected teachers and students on Red Cross, Youth program activities as well as on Hygiene Promotion, Water & Sanitation and First Aid.
    • Initiation of preparation of visibility activities (wall paintings, posters etc) and printing of behaviour change communication material etc.
    • Celebration of special days in school/ college and branch levels with a focus on increasing community awareness of Red Cross and Health issues, e.g. – World Red Cross Day, World Health Day, World Water Day, World Health Day, World Malaria Day, International Youth Day, International FA Day, World Toilet Day.
    • Exposure visits of selected Community members/J/YRC Members to other villages to observe community development approaches.
    • Initiation of Providing WASH materials (e.g. water filter, soap) and FA Kits and FA Posts in the communities as per need.
    • Initiation of clean school/college- Healthy School/college and clean village- Healthy Village campaigns.
  • Why Join Red Cross Society?

    Young people are the hope of every nation in the world. We, in our institution, prepare our students to serve society by caring citizens so that they could touch the lives of the deprived and the helpless people. We try to make a difference in our students through YRC

    Why Join Red Cross Society?

    Young people are the hope of every nation in the world. We, in our institution, prepare our students to serve society by caring citizens so that they could touch the lives of the deprived and the helpless people. We try to make a difference in our students through YRC

  • Environment Club

    The mission of the Environmental Club is to inspire and engage members to adopt eco-friendly practices, raise environmental awareness and implement sustainable solutions within our community. Through a variety of activities, initiatives, and partnerships, we aim to create a greener and more sustainable environment for all.


    The Environmental Club has as its vision to create a personal commitment to protect and preserve the environment and to create awareness among the students. It aims to achieve unpolluted surroundings with the help of students and to inculcate environmental consciousness to save and preserve our earth.


    • To provide students with the opportunity to learn more about their surroundings, and participate in service projects at the university level and in the community.
    • To promote environmental awareness and develop social and life skills.
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    The Computer Society of India (CSI) is a non-profit professional club which is designed to exchange views and information to learn and share ideas. It also encourages and assists professionals to maintain integrity and competence of the profession and fosters a sense of partnership amongst members. The activities conducted for the students associated with the CSI include lecture meetings, seminars, quizzes, training programmes and programming contests. The motto of the society is to promote & develop knowledge related to recent developments in Computer Science and its Applications by being innovative. The society has conducted various activities like Coding Shastra Competition, Tech Talk on “Recent development in IT”, conducted lecture series and workshops, technical idea contest, guest lectures, and the annual summer extravaganza. 

    K.R. Mangalam University has been associated with CSI since 2014 as an institutional member, and more than 500 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.

Cultural Club

The culture is to be a dynamic, challenging and independent force based on the freedom of expression. Everyone is to have the opportunity to participate in cultural life. Creativity, diversity and artistic quality are to be integral parts of society’s development. Through its potential to move and inspire, culture contributes both to strengthening the individual and developing society as a whole. The cultural club, dedicated to spreading awareness, understanding, and appreciation of a particular culture, its people, diversity, and values have served to support and unite members of cultural identity while helping the community to understand common misconceptions associated with that culture. The club encourages the students to engage in cultural activities, learn new skills, and participate in educational programmes. Further it promotes the international and intercultural exchange and cooperation in the cultural sphere.

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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

    Established by the initiative of the School of Basic and Applied Sciences, the Science Club has provided a common platform for students from different disciplines to have an enriching experience and explore new ideas on science and technology. It encourages out-of-box thinking amongst students and gives them a platform to put their knowledge into action, enhancing their scientific temperaments and critical thinking. Throughout the academic session, the club organizes different activities to bridge the gap between theoretical learning and its practice. 


E-Yantra Society

The E-Yantra society in collaboration with IIT Bombay, Ministry of Human Resources Development (MHRD), Government of India has been set up and inaugurated “E-Yantra Robotic Lab”  on 30th July, 2019 at K.R. Mangalam University which aims to teach and help students understand the seemingly incomprehensible electronic gadgets in the world today, and also assist students in developing their own devices. To this end, various lectures, workshops, projects, as well as competitions throughout the year concerning both analogue as well as digital electronics, keep the students busy and ensure they continued learning. This is an initiative to fulfil the increasing need for technical knowledge among the students. 

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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

Good health is defined as Complete Coordination of Body, Mind and Soul.
The Health Society of KRMU continuously strives to create awareness among people who are underprivileged and deprived of basic health care services and to make health an asset valued by the community. It is dedicatedly involved in creating awareness and imparting knowledge about the diseases people are suffering from as many of them don't take treatments because of a lack of awareness. Through the conduction of Health camps, health society tries to ensure that people get the right information about their medical problems at the right time. In collaboration with Medanta, Medox Hospital and various NGOs like Pranab Mukhrjee, Vision of India, the Health Society organizes regular health camps in KRMU campus and 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.

Aim of Management Society

Management society spreads awareness about numerous 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 management and commerce. 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 Management 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

    MUN club of K.R. Mangalam University promotes discussions, debates and cognitive abilities that enhances critical thinking of the students and make them aware and reflective of the current scenarios in India and the world. The club endeavors to develop a culture of interaction, dialogue, debates and synthesis. The activities conducted under this club includes extempore competitions, debates and panel discussions, poster-making competitions, and essay writing competitions. 

    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.


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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).

    National Service Scheme (NSS) Unit has been established at K. R. Mangalam University in Grant-in-Aid mode by the Department of Higher Education, Panchkula, Haryana in September 2017. It has conducted a number of events and community extension programmes in a number of villages and has given their best contribution to social reform activities. In recent years, the NSS-KRMU team was awarded for outstanding contribution towards social services and welfare activities by the District legal services authority (DLSA) Delhi in 2019, Satyawati College in 2019; Parth Foundation in 2020; Bhagidari Jan Sahyog Samiti in 2021. 

  • 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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    Sports Society

    K.R. Mangalam University provides state-of-the-art facilities with many playgrounds, indoor courts as well as sporting activities that help students stay as fit as a fiddle and develop a spirit of sportsmanship. Every year an Inter-University sports event “ZEST” is organized which have witnessed more than 500 participants across 15 different Universities/Colleges participating in the event every time. The games organized during the Zest are Football, Basketball, Tables Tennis Singles, Tables Tennis Doubles, Badminton Singles (M &W), Badminton Doubles (M &W) and Chess. 

    The society also organizes SPORTURA, an Inter –School sports event. This sports event is organised every year for KRMU students only to showcase their skills in the field of sports. Every year SPORTURA witness the participation of more than 600 students from various schools in Cricket, Football, Basketball, Volleyball, Tennis, Badminton and Chess. The students of K. R. Mangalam University have participated in various National, State and Inter-University sports events and have achieved good results. KRMU students have been very consistent and have won various Inter-University games every year. 

    Rhetoric Club at K R Mangalam University plays a significant role in the lives of every literary enthusiast in the University. One of the most awaited events conducted under its aegis is its annual literary event Rhetorica which conducts inter-University literary competitions such as poetry competitions, story writing competitions, essay writing sessions and extempore to encourage listening and speaking, reading and writing skills of the students. Many students find interest in scribbling down the thoughts and ideas that run through their minds. From time to time various activities are being conducted which include: Dialogue writing, Group discussion, Essay Writing Competition, Monologue Competition, One minute Reel making competition etc.  



Legal Consortium

School of Legal studies works as a legal consortium under which there are three committees. The activities organized not only enhances the legal knowledge of the students but also provides a simulation exercise of the court and professional ethics as a lawyer. Legal Consortium is comprised of three committees:

  • 1 Moot Court Committee provides all students of SOLS the chance to develop their research; oral advocacy, legal drafting, and other crucial abilities and make them skilled mooters.
  • 2Client Counseling Committee organizes activities to enhance the interactive skills of students. The main objectives of the Client Counseling Committee is to make students learn about the skills for building a relationship between clients and lawyers and to organize Client counselling competitions and events related to client counselling.
  • 3Legal Aid Committee provides an exhaustive idea to the student and also teaches the skills to interact with the public at large. It also provides hands-on-legal experience to law school students and reasonable services to various clients.


Mediaverse, the media club of K.R. Mangalam University, which started in 2016, incorporates and embraces the new frontiers in the media landscape. The purpose of this club is to create awareness amongst the members regarding the usage of traditional media, new media and social media. Members get the opportunity to fan their passion by learning new skills or enhancing their existing skills. The club encourages and introduces students to various career opportunities too in mass media. Members learn photography, film production, film appreciation, and production of digital content, they even have the freedom to ideate a concept and work on the project.
In past years the club has organized an array of events, activities and competitions for the students such as ‘Workshop on Visual Story Telling’, ‘Film Appreciation Workshop’, ‘Film Screening of The Social Network’, Workshop on Documentary and Short film making by Mr. Arjun Pandey, Multiple award-winning documentary filmmaker, Photography workshops, Photowalks, Radio and Social Media Competitions and many more. Activities of Mediaverse have been getting overwhelming attention and participation from the students of the University. From time to time the club keeps organizing various activities and workshops on mobile film-making, Designing and Layout, Anchoring and Radio Jockeying, lectures of eminent media professionals, social media and the like.