For four years now, the Sewa Dham school run by the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS)-allied Sewa Bharati in north-east Delhi's Mandoli Saboli village has had the support of an unusual group - a dozen techies from the city's corporate sector. As part of the Rohini chapter of the Sangh's nationwide 'IT Milan' initiative, one of the volunteers has set up the school's website, a few others have been involved in sourcing funds, and the rest are taking care of the school's information system. The 'IT milan' is the RSS' weekly initiative to connect with the corporate sector. In Delhi alone, its numbers have seen a steady rise. Currently, there are 37 such meetings being held in the city - up from 32 in December 2014, and 22 in 2013.