Vice Chancellor's Message
Bhagat Phool Singh Mahila Vishwavidyalaya, in tune with the vision ‘to empower women through education’, is determined to develop its women as true citizens embodying impeccable integrity – both professional & personal and unparalleled social commitment.
The University is dedicated to provide quality education to women through inter-disciplinary understanding, state-of-art learning & the use of emerging knowledge in all fields. Our pledge to develop world class human resources capable of mastering the global challenges of future technology & management is unswerving.
Named after Shri Bhagat Phool Singh Ji, a great visionary and martyr to the cause of women’s emancipation, our University is devoted and committed to empower women to attain their full potential through pursuit of knowledge, acquisition of skills, development of character and self-esteem and recognition of their rights & responsibilities.
Established as a Gurukul with just three girls in 1936, the University today with more than 7000 girls ably synthesizes what has been valuable and timeless in our ancient wisdom with what is good and valuable in modern thoughts and times. The University has the rich legacy of Gurukul tradition of education combined with imparting education in progressive disciplines like Engineering, Management, Laws, Medicines, Foreign Languages, Social Work, Economics, Commerce, Fashion Technology, Computer Science etc. with the help of modern teaching aids and technologies coupled with broadband connectivity and state of the art laboratories. The BPSMV has become a ‘centre of excellence’ for the realization of our Haryana State Government’s dream vision of facilitating & promoting the cause of women’s education.
I feel proud and privileged to be a part of this modern Gurukul, the first Women State University of North India, where there is an exchange between tradition and modernity, past & present and individual & society to translate Mary Wollstonecraft’s words into reality:
“I do not wish them (women) to have power over men; but over themselves.”