Kirori Mal College is a name that shines amongst students and is located in the North Campus. The campus is spread over 17 acres of land and fed with world-class infrastructure, the college intakes up to 1500 students every year. It has well equipped and efficiently managed laboratories for all Science courses offered (such as Physics, Chemistry, Zoology, and Botany) as well as for the departments of Geology and statistics. A fully air-conditioned computer center that enables students to stay abreast of changing trends in the industry.
KMC has a modern seminar room with a state-of-the-art facility. As crazy as it sounds, the college also has its own bank “Oriented Bank of Commerce” situated in the college campus providing banking facilities including ATM to the students. A spacious college canteen with seating capacity up to 200 people aims to provide quality food and beverages to the students at an affordable price. The fully equipped, free of cost gymnasium of the college offers a healthy environment for the students to work out and encourages them to focus on their physical fitness.
The college provides hostel facilities for the solicitous male students. With an accommodation capacity of 170 students, the hostel consists of 89 rooms. It has a fully air-conditioned and comfortable auditorium and a staff room along with great medical facilities. The college library also called N.S. Pradhan Library has 1.5 Lakh books to its name and can accommodate up to 350 students at a time. It is fully computerized and is one of the most extensive libraries that Delhi University has to offer. KMC is also considered as one of the best fests in North Campus of Delhi University and has been headlined by some major names in the past.
The hostel is an integral part of the college family. Its 89 rooms house about I70 students both from India and abroad. It has an intercom facility. The hostel adds a dimension of vigor and commitment to the academic and extra curricular ambience of the institution. Students desirous of residing at the College hostel should apply on the prescribed form available in the Hostel Office. Only those students whose parents do not reside in Delhi are eligible to apply. Hostel seats are allocated to various classes/courses, and admission is made on the basis of merit. Details regarding hostel rules and regulations and mode of payment of fees will be available at the college hostel office between 10.00 A.M. to 1.00 P.M. on all working days.
Kirori Mal Coolege’s NCC wing is among the finest in the University. From its inception in the year 1964, this NCC Unit has travelled leaps and bounds. It has an active training and cultural calendar. The college has facilities for NCC training for male and female cadets.
The college actively implements the National Service Scheme. The National Service Scheme is a community service programme with objectives of arousing social conscience in students. It provides the opportunity to work among people. Student volunteers work compassionately, constructively and creatively to mitigate the problems of society. Organization of Blood Donation camps and literacy campaigns are annual features of the college NSS chapter. The students also work with Clean and Green Environment Club, NSS also hosts its annual festival SUPATH in which highly spirited voluntary community service by the students is witnessed.
Prayas, the enabling unit of college was constituted in 2006. Since then the unit has regularly hosted inclusive intra and inter college cultural festivals and organized various other events to sensitize the students and faculty of the college about the issues pertaining to disability. Prayas, through its over 70 student volunteers, also facilitates the academic pursuits of students with disabilities by providing them with technological and human assistance as and when required. Over the past 10 years the unit has successfully endeavored to create and promote an inclusive teaching and learning atmosphere on campus.
PARIVARTAN is a forum for debate and discussion on gender-related issues. It organizes film shows, workshops and other events on issues such as gender stereotyping, discrimination and violence. The Society provides the services of a trained counselor. A primary objective of the Society is to create an atmosphere free of gender discrimination on the campus. The Forum holds bi-weekly meetings on various issues related to gender, for example sexual violence, harassment, socialization, patriarchy, femininity, masculinity and so forth. These meetings are intense, engaging and productive in terms of developing an understanding of social realities and the necessity of social change. The Forum also organizes a specialized closed -group workshop for the members on the issues of gender-based violence. Parivartan looks forward to an enthusiastic year in the next session largely based on the commendable interest and responsibility taken by the students belonging to all batches this year.
MUSOC is a dominant presence in the university in classical and light music. With its members excelling in both individual and chorus performances, it has won accolades and made a distinctive mark wherever its members have performed. MUSOC is one group that covers Indian, Western and Fusion events, unlike most other music groups that have separate Indian and Western group. MUSOC performances are appreciated a lot both in and outside of the Delhi University circuit
FAPS has built up an impressive record of creative work in file arts and photography in the campus circuit. It hosts its annual fest and exhibitionPerceptions' every year. These events have gathered overwhelming response from prestigious colleges from all over Delhi and outside.
SENSATION impresses audiences with its talent and professional ability wherever it performs. The society comprises groups that use western as well as Indianfusion dance idioms including a wide variety of dance forms like Hip-Hop, Bboying, Contemporary and Indo jazz.
The FILM SOCIETY exposes students to a rich variety of cinematic work and critical perspectives on cinema. The Film Society is highly active throughout the year. It screens a wide repertoire of films ranging from Indian and foreign films, old classics and contemporary films to documentary and feature films. The films are highly enjoyed by the audience and lively discussions follow most of the screenings. The Society also organizes workshops for film making in which our students participate. We hope to carry on this endeavour and build up adequate infrastructural support so that our members can venture in short film making this year.
The Society for the Promotion of Indian Classical Music And Culture Amongst Youth, often known by its initials SPIC MACAY, is not just a non-profit organization which promotes Indian classical music, Indian classical dance, and other aspects Indian culture, it is a movement with chapters in over 300 towns and cities all over the world. SPIC MACAY was established by Dr. Kiran Seth in 1977 at IIT Delhi. It seeks to foster the exchange of traditional Indian values and to generate awareness of the cultural traditions and heritage of India. In order to achieve its goals, SPICMACAY organizes concerts, lectures, demonstrations, informal discussions, and seminars. These are hosted by local chapters of the organization. The SPIC-MACAY chapter of the college co-ordinates with the parent body to organize cultural performances by artists of national eminence. Santoor Maestro Padmashree Pandit Bhajan Sapori,Ustad Imrat Khan, Pandit Debu Chaudhuri, among others, have given enthralling performances in the college.
The Adventure club of Kirori Mal College brings together enthusiasts interested in treks and adventure. The club's activities involve River rafting, Nature camp, Trekking, Rock climbing, Kayaking, Para sailing, Para gliding, Wind surfing, Speed Boating, Biking, and Bungee-jumping. The Club also conducts expeditions in the Garhwal / Kumaon and Himalayas regions. The trips are organized at affordable prices and as per students' needs.
The Eco Clubs play an important role in creating environmental awareness amongst the future generation. 2000 Eco-Clubs have been established in Government, Aided, Private, Public Schools and Colleges of NCT of Delhi. Department of Environment provides a token grant to each Eco Club School/ College for undertaking various eco-friendly activities. The Eco club in Kirori Mal College was established in the year 2014. Creating environmental awareness has always been one of the major focal points of any educational institution. Thus, spreading of environmental awareness and motivational message among the students and college staff is the primary mission of the Eco Club at Kirori Mal College. The vision of the Eco Club is to: Motivate the students and college staff to keep their Surroundings green and clean by undertaking plantation of trees. Promote ethos of conservation of water by minimizing the use of water. Motivate to imbibe habits and lifestyle for minimum waste generation, source separation of waste and disposal of waste to the nearest storage point.