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The project identifies students from marginalized regions of the state for a month-long coaching camp in the campus.
Promoting rural initiatives among rural women related to recycled paper products, art & craft and more.
UPES has been actively supporting the education of underprivileged girls living within 10km radius of the campus
UPES has been the biggest blood donating institution in Dehradun for the past 3 years. (Next camp - March 04-08).
UPES, under Project Samvedna, lends its campus space (which becomes a transit home) to migrant construction workers who are involved with ongoing construction activities there.
UPES has collaborated with Software Technology Park of India to promote financial literacy amongst residents of nine rural villages located close to its campus.
UPES stepped in to help the victims of floods in Uttarakhand in June 2013; it provided people free medical services, rations, and other relief material.
UPES has been working with Uttarakhand government to provide education to rural masses.
UPES is committed to supporting Vedic studies at Shrimad Dayanand Arsh Jyotirmath Gurukul, which is located close to its campus, through technology intervention.
UPES launched an initiative called Project Abhilasha in 2004, through which it holds annual one-month camps for students from Uttarakhand's villages;