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Sanatan Dharma College

Our College is a unique educational institution of North India and holds a pre-eminent position in the glorious past of this region. In 1916 the institution was set up in Lahore, under the dynamic leadership of Bharat Ratna Mahamana Madan Mohan Malviya Ji, the backbone of Sanatan Dharma. After the partition of the country, the college was re-established in Ambala and the foundation stone of the building was laid by none other than India’s first President Dr. Rajender Prasad on 3 October 1951.

Since then the college has witnessed the passage of great men and women through its portals. Eminent Statesmen like Dr. N N Vohra, Governor, J & K; Mrs. Sushma Swaraj, Minister of External Affairs; Sh Anil Vij, Minister of Health & Sports, Haryana; Nobel Laureate and Nuclear Physicist, Dr. Abdus Salam; Numerous Doctors, Engineers and Academicians are a product of this institution which has withheld its traditional past while embracing the ideas of the Technological world.

Notices

Under the dynamic leadership of Dr. Singh, Sanatan Dharma College was awarded “A+” Grade with a CGPA of 3.51 out of 4 in the 3rd cycle of Accreditation by the NAAC, Bengaluru. The college became the first institution in Haryana to achieve this feat.

3000+
Students
30000+
Alumni
100+
Years of Legacy
40+
Class Rooms
20+
UG Programmes
7
PG Programmes
100+
Faculty
30+
Laboratories
500+
Computers
15
Smart Class rooms

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Vision & Mission

The institution aims at generating a productive human resource by laying emphasis on “Improving the Quality of Life” through purposeful education in consonance with the mission:

  • To provide a congenial academic atmosphere.
  • To extend the horizon of knowledge and skills keeping in mind National and global trends.
  • To promote research and scholarship by strengthening infrastructure and human resource.
  • To provide different avenues to the students, ensuring social parity and gender
  • To imbibe a spirit of National Character.
  • To provide multi-faceted development of students.

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