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About the Institute Social Responsible (ISR) The PACE Institute of Technology & Sciences (PACEITS) is becoming more receptive to community-based development projects as a result of its fervent commitment to social responsibility. Being proactive agents of social change is not only prioritized strategically but is also recognized as a vital responsibility in Indian society. Sensitization of students and staff is the key agenda behind any of our social initiatives and we are committed to being a socially responsible group of educational institutions.

The Institute Social Responsible (ISR) cell at The Srinivasa Education Society PACEITS seeks to assist students in making a positive impact on the socioeconomic and environmental development of various areas. ISR provides students with the chance to collaborate with people of the local community and pinpoint. After that, they create technology-based solutions to raise the standard of living in these places. ISR seeks to embed the ideals of sustainable development and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UNSDGs) through capacity building and community-based learning initiatives. Students who participate in ISR activities are expected to become community leaders with a strong sense of moral and civic duty


To become a center of Excellence that fosters an ecosystem to promote engagement, innovation, and research leading to sustainable socio-economic development in the community.

ME1 : To inspire faculty and students to become innovators and change makers who promote sustainable living and development in the community.
ME2 : To facilitate reciprocal partnerships with rural communities through community-based learning experiences designed to identify and solve real-time problems.
ME3 : To provide students with service-learning experiences in collaboration with non-profit organizations to develop student-driven innovations aimed to achieve the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals.
ME4 : To undertake research projects in partnership with local communities through community-based participatory research methods.