Social Responsibility

"We will give back to the society multifold.."

Corporate Social Responsibility has always been an integral part of Somaiya Group’s activities and the cornerstone of our education initiatives.

We firmly believe in imparting holistic and inclusive education that encourages (and gives ample opportunities) to our students and faculty to reach out into the community around us.


Our Core Value

Somaiya Vidyavihar defines its Outreach program as giving back to our society and community manifold.

Our founder, late Shri. K.J. Somaiya firmly believed in this core value and we all practice it in serious earnest. For us serving humanity is not just a duty; it's a way of life.


What we offer

Somaiya Vidyavihar offers a variety of courses, with an emphasis on employability and skill building for students from weaker sections and for students who have been unable to score high marks and secure admissions to professional degree courses. These include training in Information Technology, Appliance repairs, Welding, Electrician, Plumber, tailoring, embroidery etc. While these projects are already underway, plans for more social initiatives are on the anvil.

Somaiya Social Cell


Our Mission

To inculcate knowledge and spread the spirit of free enterprise in target communities, thereby offering them the opportunity for sustainable development.

No. of Active Volunteers: 70


Communities Impacted through Projects

Kruti, Warli, Utsaah


Differently abled- FinLit, NAB Drishti

Current Social Projects

Project Warli

It provides a source of livelihood to the Warli artists of Dahanu, by promoting the dying tribal art form- 'Warli'. The students market the various products with warli paintings made by these artists and constantly innovate and introduce new products as per the customer needs.

Project Finlit

Under this program, basic financial literacy is imparted to the underprivileged sections of the society. At present the students are working with 3 institutes with a total of 9 batches.

Project Kruti

This is a project to empower rural women by unleashing their artistic skills and making them self-dependent. Emphasis is given on usage of locally available cotton and Kasuti embroidery (a local art-form).


Project Utsaah

It impacts BPL rural women at Nareshwadi Learning Centre and urban HIV affected women by honing their skills in garment making, manufacturing aprons and surgical masks. Utsaah has also won the Walmart women empowerment grant for the year 2016.

Project Drishti

Project NAB was started in 2016 and has set up a Vermicompost plant with the objective to provide an earning opportunity to the visually challenged residents of NAB Ageing Home for the Blind at Khandala.


The Experiential Learning Initiative ‘Ankur’ was launched in 2014-15. Ankur caters to developing a robust learning environment that amalgamates all aspects of learning and provides holistic development of a management student. This course focuses on the development of emotional competencies along with managerial skills.