Founder’s Message


Purpose of Education
Education would fail ignominiously in its objective, if it manufactured only a robot and called him an economic man accenting the adjective ‘economic’ and forgetting the substantive ‘man’.
A university cannot afford to ignore the cultural aspects of education, whatever studies it specializes in. Science is a means, not an end, whereas culture is an end in itself. Even though you may ultimately become a computer programmer, a scientist, a doctor, or an engineer, a teacher or a lawyer, you must, while in college, absorb fundamental values which will make, you a man of culture, a fine engineer has not merely to build bridges; he has to be a devoted husband, a kind father, a friendly neighbour, a dutiful citizen, and a man true to himself. He will have trials and tribulations; his heart will fail him at times; he will then need the spiritual strength which true culture alone can give.
We aim to achieve a holistic development of personality through education which is in the view of Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, both modern and traditional.

K. M. Munshi