To provide formal, higher education to the students of this one of the most backward and disadvantaged areas of the state.
To ensure quality higher education and widen the scope of employability of the students.
To consistently help contribute to the mandate of the new education policy of increasing gross enrollment ratio in higher education in this region.
To keep the pace with the changing demands in higher education at state as well as national levels.
To ensure an overall, holistic education for character building of students, preparing them as future, responsible citizens of this great country.
Empowerment: SBRG Women's colleges aim to empower young women through education, helping them to develop the skills, knowledge, and confidence they need to succeed in their chosen careers and in life more broadly.
Leadership: SBRG women's colleges emphasize the development of leadership skills, recognizing the importance of female leadership in a world where women are still underrepresented in many fields.
Gender Equity:SBRG Women's colleges often promote gender equity and work to challenge gender stereotypes and biases that may hold women back in various aspects of their lives.
Leadership: SBRG Women's colleges often foster a strong sense of community among students, encouraging collaboration, mutual support, and the sharing of ideas and experiences.