Social Responsibility Activities

SIM interacts with old age homes and orphanages and celebrates Christmas with them which sensitizes the students and make them more empathetic.

Students also take part in Organ donation movements, Blood donation camps, charity contributions etc.


We're helping to find ways to improve the world using idle computer power!

Saintgits Institute of Management Joins World Community Grid

Millions of personal computers sit idly on desks and in homes worldwide. As they wait, every hour hundreds of people contract and die from infectious diseases.  While computer owners run their screen savers, millions die from hunger, or environmental disasters devastate whole communities. What if each of the  worlds estimated 1 billion computers could be linked to focus on humanity's most pressing issues?

To make this vision a reality, Saintgits Institute of Management (SIM) has become a partner of World Community Grid, joining the IBM Corporation and  a group of more than 400 companies, associations, foundations, nonprofits, government agencies and academic institutions. SIM is encouraging members of the community  to contribute their idle PC time to assist humanitarian research by joining World Community Grid at and becoming a member of the SIM team.

World Community Grid uses grid technology to establish a permanent, flexible infrastructure that provides researchers with a readily available pool of computational power  that can be used to solve problems plaguing humanity. Grid technology joins together many individual computers, creating a large system with massive computational  power that far exceeds the power of a few supercomputers. Importantly, World Community Grid is easy and safe to use.

To join, individuals should go to and simply download and install a free, small software program on their computers. When idle, your computers request data from  World Community Grid's server. Computers then perform computations using this data, send the results back to the server and prompt it for a new piece of work.

"World Community Grid provides our busy members of the community with an efficient and effective way to make a difference on problems that plague humanity," said Prof. Ajith Thomas,  Associate Professor, the captain of this CSR project. "We are asking individuals to join World Community Grid as part of our overall efforts to enrich the lives of our communities."

Today, hundreds of thousands of volunteers around the globe are donating some of the time when their computers are on but not in use, and World Community Grid is harnessing this power to help  advance promising humanitarian research projects. Results on critical health issues  ave already been achieved, demonstrating World Community Grid's potential to make significant inroads  on a great range of future projects that can benefit the world.

You can start making a difference today. To join the team, please click here.