The College also has a National Service Scheme (NSS) unit that promotes community service through events like cleanliness drives, free health checkup camps, blood donation camps, self-defence classes for girls, lectures on health and nutrition, educational camps in slums, anti-tobacco campaign, street rallies in nearby areas for spreading awareness about prevention of polio and dengue, etc.
Founded in 1995, the Rotaract Club aims at developing a sense of responsibility in students through a variety for social welfare activities such as adult literacy, child welfare and relief programs. The club organizes blood donation camps and clothes donation drives and works in collaboration with NGOs every year to encourage the spirit of community service among students. The Rotaract Club of the college aims to instill in the students a sense of community by actively engaging in socially responsible initiatives and contributing in whatever way they can to uplift the current state of being.
‘Let it Grow’ is the motto of the Environment Club of Keshav Mahavidyalaya. The club has always worked hard to promote the green culture - the cornerstone of Keshav Mahavidyalaya. The activities of the club attempt to impact the mindset of the students in both direct and indirect ways to appreciate and respect the environment. Recognizing the importance of environment as a holistic entity to be respected and not merely used, the club activities include planting trees, recycling waste, taking steps to control air/water pollution. It reiterates the idiom “TAT TVAM ASI” (that thou art) i.e. man is a constituent of his environment.
The WDC has been working in the direction of creating awareness about various women issues such as sexual harassment, gender equality, etc. Also, the cell has been constantly working to create awareness on health issues particularly relating to women, whereby talks on nutrition & breast and ovarian cancer awareness etc are organised from time to time.
The college is extremely sensitive to the problems faced by the differently abled, or of minority status, which stem from disabling environmental, economic and cultural barriers. To address these and other urgent issues concerning SC, ST, OBC and people with disabilities (PwD), the Equal Opportunity Cell was set up by the University of Delhi on June 27, 2006 & a policy draft was released ensuring a barrier free, equitable and accessible space to the PwD, in the field of higher education. Our college has made all efforts for improvement in the overall infrastructure, and in the learning and teaching process for the differently-abled academic community irrespective of visual, hearing, orthopaedic or other kinds of impairments.
The college gives due consideration to redressal of grievances of its students pertaining to different categories. For the said purpose, Nodal Officers have been appointed for individual categories. To address the grievances of students at another higher level a Grievance Redressal Committee has been constituted as per DU guidelines.