Vision, Mission & Motto

  • Vision

    The vision of Sanjo College is to excel in the field of Higher Education. To become a premier rural college of transformative education and advanced studies recognized for its diversity, integration and outreach and known for excellence in teaching, learning and research. It prepares professionals, leaders and innovators who provide exemplary educational and related services to improve the quality of life in a complex and globally moving society. The college is committed to its mission and vision in all its endeavours. The holistic development of an individual is attained through academic excellence and professional competence, personal, inter-personal and societal skills.

    We impart quality education to the youth, especially to the less fortunate, and equip them with the most modern scientific and technical knowledge which would help them take part in the progressive scientific development. We prepare the young minds for profitable employment in different fields of technology, education and research. We enable the students to have a better standard of living by acquiring sound moral principles, discipline and life skills so as to face the realities of life. The holistic development involves our participation in our national dreams and aspirations and our dedication to promote national integration, religious harmony and secularism.

  • Mission

    Our Mission is to help the migrant population of the High Ranges to realize their dreams of excellence in higher education. To be an inspiration for learning and human development in rural communities to enable expanded knowledge with the establishment of human capabilities and transform students to understand the needs of the society. Through proper talent nurturing, SCMAS thrives to be a platform where leaders and innovators of tomorrow emerge and excel. We impart value-based quality education to the young minds so that they 'learn to serve' humanity in today's global village.

  • Motto

    “Education Excellence Enlightenment”