Students of II MBA (2019-2021 batch ) of KCT Business School , did their Social Immersion Project (SIP), as part of their course, which carries 2 credits. SIP opens students to a wealth of networking opportunities, allowing them to build new relationships within their community as they contribute, Students can meet new people, work with new organizations, and strengthen their ties with the community. SIP allows students to take what they have learnt and apply it beyond the classroom. The Project gives opportunity for enrichment and a great way for them to see how concepts they’ve learnt work in the real world. Taking part in socially relevant projects teaches students valuable skills like ability to follow instructions, teamwork, problem solving, networking etc. Social Immersion project was carried out during the IV semester (Feb – Mar 2019). The students were asked to choose a location where they want to serve the beneficiaries and the beneficiaries are in need for solution for their community issue. Students were divided into to a team of 6 members. Each team was associated either with an NGO or with a Corporate in their relevant area and a faculty guide was allocated to each team for ensuring the success of the project. Due to Covid 19, the students were given a choice to do their project through Online and Offline mode. As a part of their Social Immersion Project, A MOOC course on “The sustainable Development Goals – A global trans-disciplinary vision for the future” by the University of Copenhagen was made mandatory for all students to attend, which gave them a better understanding of the UN Goals. All the projects involved by the students were based on the UN Goals. The faculty coordinator for SIP was Dr.Deepa Manickam, Assistant Professor, KCT Business School.