Vision & Mission

The vision of the college is to empower and enable young women through inculcating knowledge, self-assurance and prowess. The college firmly believes in upliftment of the marginalized and weaker section by ensuring liberty, justice and equity in society. The mission is to steer the education it offers not only to lead to the pragmatic goal of employability, but also to build a life of the mind and sensitize and orient its students to the service of the community, in quest for a better life for society and the world that we inhabit. The college is strongly committed to addressing issues of gender in all their complexity and preparing the young women to

  • promote respect for human rights
  • cultivate humility, civility and humanity
  • develop critical thinkers and concerned citizens
  • enhance quality education
  • build personally fulfilling lives radiating integrity and strength of character
  • meet with confidence the challenges they will encounter in their lives
  • flourish in different cultural milieus in an increasingly interconnected world
  • value the importance of  nature and earth.


“We want that education by which character is formed, strength of mind increased, the intellect is expanded, and by which one can stand on one’s own feet. With such an education, women will solve their own problems”. 

                                                                                                                 Swami Vivekananda

CORE VALUES: Manual of Human Values and Professional Ethics

· Honesty and Integrity: Emphasize on promoting best and honest practices in research, publication and all aspects of educational processes. Reducing the undue pressure on professionals for paper publications or good performance by students in exams which lead scholars to opt for unfair means in academic practice. Focus should, therefore, reside on checking dishonest practices.

· Balancing of Teaching and Scholarship: Encouraging teachers to align their teaching and research interests leading to quality output.

·The value of Benchmarking: Understanding the importance of benchmarking and adopting a balanced and evolved approach towards inculcating suitable changes for a holistic development of the HE landscape.

·Incentives for Marginalized Group: Given the low literacy rate among women in Haryana, especially in the rural areas, incentives to promote women education should be undertaken.

“Acknowledging the economic, political and demographic strength of Haryana, considering systemic inequalities existing in the social structures and given the structural challenges existing in the higher educational institutions, by deploying Information , Communication and Technology and through effective human resource management and abundance of resources through public and private sources; the goal of this plan is to revamp, rejuvenate and recreate higher education landscape in Haryana and achieve the objectives of access, equity, employability, encourage highest standards in teaching and learning, promote best practices in research and innovation, and develop meaningful vocational training, skill education and entrepreneurship.”