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Chairman's Message

In India, nearly 70% of the population still lives in the villages yet all the facilities are located in the towns. Why should villagers have to go the towns for further education? Why shouldn’t there be colleges and universities in the villages? Its own campus covering about 2.0 Hectares of land with an attractive building with all modern facilities. The college is set in beautiful grounds where pupils can study outside in the winter sunshine or, in summer, inside in the cool, spacious lecture rooms. With this in mind, in 2010 the project decided to set up a degree college at Hanumantpur post -Atesuva, Itaunja, Bakshi ka Talab, Lucknow, affiliated to Lucknow University, Lucknow. A degree college in their very own village also means that local children can see a progression from primary school right through to degree level, encouraging them to aim high


Shiv Kumar Chauhan — MD

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