1. The Institute is located in rural area. There is scarcity of medical facilities in the adjoining villages.The Department of Physiotherapy and Pathology organizes Physiotherapy and Medical Health Camps in the adjoining areas regularly, wherein free of cost Physiotherapy services are provided to the local residents. The Pathological tests too are conducted at concessional rates.
The Institute runs a free OPD for the residents of nearby areas. The routine Pathological tests are also conducted at concessional rates in the Pathology lab Maa Bala Sundari Diagnostic Lab being run by the Institute. The Institute has a tie up with Dr. Lal Path Labs. Specialized tests are referred there and conducted by them at concessional rates. The Institute also owns an Ambulance, which is made available to the village people as per need. Hence the emergent medical assistance of the nearby rural residents is being proved by the Institute. Apart from this, the students of the Institute spread awareness about hygiene, cleanliness and other relevant social issues by visiting the local government schools and interacting with the students and convey the message through Nukkad Nataks, songs, poems etc. These local students are explaine the importance of imbibing these values in their lives and also motivated to influence their family members to adapt the basis hygiene in their day to day lives. With an aim to empower women of the rural area, The institute is running a training institute to create avenues for self employment. Training in stitching, embroidery, handicrafts, computer, beauty parlour.
2. The students from the Dept. of Forestry develop a nursery as part of their curriculum. The saplings so prepared are distributed free of cost to the local residents, NGOs, village Panchayats for plantation within the city and nearby areas. Almost 2500 saplings of medicinal and timber plants were distributed along with an oath letter to protect and take care of these plants. The students and faculty members also provide guidance about taking care of the saplings. The Institute is committed to spread awareness for climate change and concern for protecting the environment.