The college is committed to provide an inclusive and an enriching teaching-learning environment to all its students. In this endeavor, Enabling Unit "Jaagriti" was launched on 9th of March, 2010. The society plays key role towards the needs of the differently abled students. of the college. Since its inception numerous activities and programmes are organized in every academic session ranging from providing a help desk during the admission days, regularly holding sensitization and awareness workshops, to that of celebrating annual sports and cultural fest for differently abled students enrolled across Delhi University Colleges. The annual festival, SAHARSH, is enjoyed immensely by the students. The society volunteers love to facilitate the visually impaired and orthopedically challenged through the event activities, such as, tug-of-war, lemon race, poetry and talent hunt show. More than hundred students participate every year. Besides, addressing the needs of differently abled students of the college, the society encourages their participation in all its activities thus enabling the mainstreaming of the differently abled and also, bringing the objective of sensitizing the general students about their needs and aspirations in actual practice. The workshop on "Sign Language" was one of such inspiring experiences for the students. A visit to NGO every year highlights the need of social inclusiveness of persons with disabilities. Organising 'organ donation' pledge camp is also a regular feature of the society.
A very comfortable and friendly atmosphere is provided to the students with special needs through Jagriti, facilitating not just their academic years in college but also provides necessary assistance, if required, even after completing the college. They do get financial aid and total fee waiver from the college. Many faculty members are quite actively involved with mentoring and guiding them in their careers.
The main objective of the EOC is to provide financial and academic support to students from economically weaker sections of the society. It has the vision of creation of more equitable and just community. In this endeavor, it keeps organizing seminars on topics such as- gender equality, transgender issues, women development and role of women in Indian society. The society has been clubbed with Enabling unit for the purpose of creating more conducive environment of togetherness and inclusion of the backward classes and deprived in the society. The remedial coaching and mentoring sessions are organized from time to time for overcoming the shortcomings in Languages, such as, Punjabi remedial classes are held for beginners in the college by Punjabi Department in the college.
The Rotaract Club has successfully managed to display a tremendous level of dedication and determination towards helping others and uplifting the underprivileged members of society.
Throughout the year, the Club carried out a variety of activities and visits, creating an impact on innumerable lives in the process.Some of the events organised by the team were visits to orphanages, old age homes, schools for blind and refugee camps. In addition to this, the Club inaugurated Siyahi:6.0 Adult Literacy Centre for Women and collaborated with various organisations and undertook major events such as Tree Plantation Drive, Food Donation Drive etc. Health Melas were organised in the months of September, 2018 and February, 2019, which were attended by Members of Parliament, Mr. Vijay Goel and Dr. Harsh Vardhan. The Club's social media handles were also used to raise awareness on topics like the importance of sign language and safe and green Diwali. The team was also lauded for its Annual Blood Donation Camps, organised in September, 2018 and January, 2019, where it managed to collect over 350 blood units. In February 2019, the Club organised its Annual Socio-Cultural Fest - Consortium'19. The Rotaractors managed to add yet another feather to its hat by successfully inaugurating Sankalp 2.0 - Adult Literacy Centre and Sewing & Stitching Centre for the youth and women with the target of educating and providing employment opportunities for them.