Our main is to educate women from rural area without any distinction of caste and creed. Women's Education should get top priority as they are unfortunately neglected in remote villages. Unless education of women is taken right to its logical end, eradication of illiteracy will only be a slogan. It is our moral obligation to see that women are accomplished, self-reliant and self-sufficient. Education is the only means by which a woman can be talented as a woman and when she steps out of the ALMA MATER, she will be a radiating focus of goodwill and her entry into the world, would be as though another candle has been lit.
We lay stress on the education of women so that arising out of noble education: they posses a true queenly power, not in their household merely, but over all within their sphere. They should exude a gracious influence, consistence in character, enduring infallibly faithful, and wise-counselors, incorruptibly just and strong enough of sanctity. It is pertinent to note that ultimately it is the woman who watches over, teaches and guides the youth who are the hope of a better nation. A woman will be capable of all these qualities attributed above, only if she receives good education.
Few years ago, Dr. A.R. Undre united behind a revolutionary idea: Every child can learn. With these words President of the Society Dr. A.R. Undre initiated the slogan of No Child Left Behind. There is a tendency for boys students who manage to reach the higher secondary level of education with the encouragement of some enthusiastic parents to take up city jobs. This is only exacerbating the already grave problem of rural-urban migration, of unemployment of educated youth and of inadequate number of educated youth to take on village development. Then came a thought to build a Boys Degree College as the young boys were being left behind. The villagers insisted and supported by an overwhelming number of people, it was started to end the "soft bigotry of low expectations" so that, as the president said, "all students will have a better chance to learn, to excel, and to live out their dreams." The ultimate goal: steady academic gains until all students can read and do math at or above college level, closing for good the nation's achievement gap between disadvantaged and minority students and their peers. "All children can learn. Not just children from homes of privilege, children from urban areas or children from a certain ethnic background." We want to embrace a new challenge-not just access for all, but achievement for all.