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Late Munshi Lal Arya: The Founder

Late Munshi Lal Arya

Late Munshi Lal Arya, a renowned businessman, social worker & politician of Kasba, started the initiative of constructing the college and thus the college came into existence. He was inspired by Late Dr. Akshay Lal Sah, HOD of Physics Dept. at Ranchi University and former Pro Vice Chancellor of Patna University, who first came up with this noble idea of establishing a higher level education institution in this backward region.


सा विद्या या विमुक्तये
This is education which provides freedom

  • To stimulate the minds of the inhabitants of the locality to impart higher education to their departments despite their poverty and other hardship.
  • To boost up the mind and mentality of the students to cope with the modernization and the changing scenario of the society.
  • To improve the ability of the students to contribute for the welfare of the society.
  • To generate the moral, cultural values and discipline among students.
  • To ensure peace, harmony and prosperity for all.
  • To make Munshi Lal Arya College one of the most creative, innovative and prosperous college of B.N.Mandal University, Laloonagar, Madhepura, located at Kasba, a rural and backward belt of the Purnea district in Bihar.

So it can be remarked that this college is able to fulfil the needs of this backward area as an indispensable unit of B.N.M.U.


  • To create an academic cultural and extracurricular environment among the students with a view to highlight the need of higher education and to make the students self-confident, self-reliant, self-sufficient , responsible and capable citizen.
  • To change the traditional outlook and to promote the scientific enthusiasm of the students so that they can be free from all negative dogmas of the society.
  • The college is much eager to promote advanced technology like Internet, BBA, BCA relate the students with the economic activities generated by modernization and urbanization.
  • To make students more adjustive, adaptive and flexible to all situations.
  • To promote value-based ”Sanskar” among the students who can lead the society with the humanitarian approach.


To convert the vision and mission into reality, the college aims:

  • To empower the students wholly by providing wider space for creativity and innovation.
  • To develop strong self-confidence and knowledge to enable students to project themselves as employable
  • To make the students selfreliant to face the challenges of life courageously and wisely.
  • To develop a strong sense of discipline and dignity of labour among students.
  • To generate critical and analytical sense of consciousness among students.
  • To impart proper education to the students with a view to mould them to be upright and bonafied citizens, strongly sensitive to the varied needs of our developing society.
  • To achieve good performance within limited resources
  • To sensitize the students for environmental concerns.
  • To encourage leadership integrity and deep sense of social justice arising from a sensitivity to moral values and principles.
  • To help students in equipping themselves to access the best opportunities of growth and advancement by being prepared linguistically and culturally for them.
  • The concept of enlightened citizens of the world will be the background of all our endeavors.

The vision, mission and objective are communicated to the students, teachers, staff and stakeholders in the following way:

  • The vision, mission and objectives are permanently displayed on the hoarding in the college campus.
  • These are also published in the college prospectus with the distinctive characteristics of the college in terms of the needs of the society and students, besides the traditions and value orientations.
  • The issue of vision, mission and objectives are regularly discussed among students, teachers, staff as well as stakeholders during interaction with each other. This keeps all acquainted with it.
  • The college website also highlights the vision, mission and objectives of the college, so that it can easily be conveyed.