Community Services
"We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give." - Winston Churchill

Participation in community development services such as AIDS awareness, adult literacy, prevention of child abuse, women empowerment, prevention of use of tobacco, alcohol and drugs etc. is an integral component of teaching learning process to sensitize students on social and human issues. Involvement in such activities in the campus, adjoining villages and cities not only helps in individual growth by learning to think beyond self but also helps to contribute constructively towards the society. The University envisions building up an educational system that not only proves to be an enriching experience for its students, but also helps to cultivate values such as empathy, humility and compassion. Participation in community development services help students to become familiar with the realities of life and get a better insight into the lives of the disadvantaged sections of the society. Students from all disciplines are encouraged to take up small projects on topics related to healthcare, conservation of natural resources, income-generating enterprises and social issues. The University, through these developmental programs, aims to infuse leadership, sensitivity and team spirit qualities among the students.

Further, the education at IMS Unison University is not aimed at boasting about what one has, but in the realization that God has made them capable enough to share their joys with the ones who have been deprived of wholesomeness. Every small opportunity that comes in the way inspires our students to share their affection and joy with the marginalized section of the society, be it the orphans or the challenged – visually, mentally, deaf & dumb or the slum-dwellers. University students help their communities in a variety of ways, from tutoring and mentoring children, to raising funds for worthy causes. Students organize fun-filled educational and recreational activities along with the donation of educational material, clothes, toys, food items etc.