The college forms a Special Interest Group (SIG) of likeminded people initiating community engagement which would include student representatives, faculty members, Audentia, research and student affairs lead by a community engagement head, thereby, planning its activities according to its specific specialization and interests. At the beginning of the Fall semester, the Cluster Groups/ Special Interest Group prepares a plan of all activities to be carried out and events in which to participate. Need based approach is kept in view while preparing the plan and help execute the plan in the best possible manner. Although the plan includes all intended activities, a level of flexibility is maintained to accommodate fresh ideas from the DPCG’s students, faculty and staff as well as the wider community. Throughout the semester the plan is monitored to identify the areas of strength and ideas for future improvement. When selecting events and setting the DPCG plan, the SIG considers activities that contribute directly to the community identifying the impending needs of the community and to meet them.