Objectives

  • Objectives of the university would be formulated in the light of the guidance that we can derive from Maharshi Dayananda Saraswati, Swami Vivekananda, Mahatma Gandhi, Rabindranath Tagore, and Sri Aurobindo and also many other pioneering educationists of Gujarat, India and the other parts of the world.

  • Ideal of nationalism which is in harmony with the ideal of internationalism;

  • Education of the body, vital consciousness, mind as also psychic consciousness and spirituality should be placed in the focus of the research and educational activities of the university;

  • Education should not only impart knowledge but should also inspire character and cultural values;

  • Scientific realism and artistic creativity should be synthesised during the course of the education of the child;

  • Learning to know, learning to do, learning to live together and learning to be;

  • Education for life and for the journey of life that would include the harmonious growth of the individual, family, society and the world, with special emphasis on the ideal of social service;

  • Expansion of ancient wisdom in the light of modern developments and research;

  • Education of the child should aim at the development of sterling character filled with patriotism and dedicated to self - reliance and dignity of labour and harmonious development of the body, life, mind and spirit, capable of meeting successfully the challenges of contemporary times and capable of commitment to our country and the highest values of culture, as also to Fundamental Duties enumerated under Article 51A of the Constitution of India;

  • Establishment of facilities, programs and activities that would promote at all levels of education concerns for the development of the child, in particular reference to:

    • Harmonious growth of health, strength, agility and health of the body mind and spirit;

    • Qualities of quest of truth and knowledge, courage, heroism, adventure, enterprise, initiative, enthusiasm and dynamism of active life;

    • Qualities of sympathy, friendliness, fairness, justice, patriotism and universal welfare in all its aspects;

    • Qualities of multiple skills and applied technology; and

    • Qualities of unity, mutuality and harmony that spring from the deepest psychic and spiritual recesses and heights that are nurtured by the processes of learning to be and to become.