Goal: Maharaja Agrasen College seeks to provide for its students ample opportunities for enhancing their intellectual and physical capabilities. The institution has forever believed that it is the responsibility of the college to transmit its dynamism into nearby communities and help in the collective development of both the local communities and also the college. Treading on this idea of community organization forward, the institution has spread its wings into regions situated outside of Delhi and through the Agrasen Baroji Help Initiative (ABHI) the college has embarked upon understanding the finer nuances of village life and resolving of ground issues concerning the same. The Context : The modus operandi of Maharaja Agrasen College, what we call the “Concentric Circles Model of Learning” is premised on integrating campuses and communities to facilitate the collective growth of the country. At the core of this learning structure is the institution i.e. Maharaja Agrasen College itself which seeks to provide for its students ample opportunities for enhancing their capabilities. The institution has forever believed that learning cannot and should not always happen within the four walls of the institution. There are immense opportunities of learning and development outside through larger participation in community development and upliftment programmes. Keeping this in mind, the college closely works in the Baroji village, the project, thus, is an interface for proving real time experiential learning. The Practice:The area of study is Baroji Village, in the district of Nuh (Mewat), Haryana. Thus, it brings forth a collaborative study that intends to establish equilibrium between the two distinct, yet the same worlds. The line of activities commence with the spirit of oneness and the idea of debunking the notion of the ‘other’.