Pilani is where it all started.
Started by a group of BITSians under the name 'My India' at BITS, Pilani, Nirmaan has grown into a full-fledged organisation with many chapters across the country and Pilani is where its roots are the strongest.
Nirmaan-Pilani now has more than 100 dedicated student volunteers working in the villages of Rajasthan to provide better educational and employment opportunities for the poor and the marginalized rural population.
Participatory Community Development aims to understand the community and identify local leaders who will take up the work of developing their villages.
Parishodh aims to find technological solutions to social problems.