INSTITUTE OF ADVANCED STUDIES IN EDUCATION

(DEEMED TO BE UNIVERSITY) OF GANDHI VIDYA MANDIR, SARDARSHAHR, CHURU, RAJASTHAN

ACCREDITED WITH GRADE 'B' BY NAAC IN 2015

Recognised as Deemed to be University, under Section 3 of the UGC Act-1956 vide notification F.9-29/2000-U.3 of 25th June 2002,
and by the UGC vide notification F.6-25/2001 (CPP-I) of 17th July 2002.

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Educational Vision


Shri Milap Dugar, President GVM, receiving P.C. Sen National Centennial Award
from the President of India
Dr. Shankar Dayal Sharma, at Rashtrapati Bhawan.
Prime Minister Shri Chandra Shekhar looks on.

The Institute of Advanced Studies in Education (IASE) is a constituent of Gandhi Vidya Mandir (GVM) a non-government, non-profit-oriented society, duly registered in 1951.
“Education maketh a man” The education imparted at IASE deemed University covers four critical facets of human personality with the objective to maximize development: Knowledge, Emotion, Conduct and Physical Development.
Apart from the values of equality, liberty, fraternity, secularism and social justice, we also incorporate in our system our traditional spiritual and cultural values, considering that education of Arts / Science and Culture / Spiritualism should co-exist and compliment each other. Our education is thus co-ordination oriented.
At present in India, roughly 80% of entrants to higher studies opt for traditional courses, which is the main cause of the rampant unemployment. In reversal of that trend, 80% students should be able to opt for technical / professional / vocational education. Our bouquet of such courses in Certificate, Diploma, U.G. and P.G. levels is a step in this direction.
Until this stream of development reaches our villages, the speed of national development will never accelerate. GVM has linked education with rural development and has done intensive development works in 53 nearby villages, in tune with Gandhian ideals.
The values of equality and social justice cannot be established without upliftment of the weaker and oppressed sections of society. Special arrangements are available for education and training of destitutes, women and the students belonging to scheduled castes and tribes.
Our education is thus multi-facetted, value-oriented, co-ordination-oriented, profession / vocation-oriented, life-oriented, rural development-oriented and social.