In 1944, the stalwart, philanthropist social reformers of the day, established the institution with noble objectives of eradicating illiteracy, ignorance and pernicious social evils through the enlightened, progressive and value-oriented education.
This altruistic mission of the founding fathers has been a tremendous source of inspiration for all, who have been associated with the institution in its glorious journey of 70 years. The institution is committed to provide value oriented, empowering education to the rural masses and other disadvantaged section of the society, so that they can be successful in their personal, professional and social lives and subsequently be an asset to the society and the nation.
The very name chosen by the illustrious founding fathers: All India Jat Heroes’ Memorial College reflects the patriotic and nationalistic ideals of the visionaries. It was to commemorate those Jat Heroes, known and unknown, who laid down their lives in the cause of justice and democracy. Though there is a reference to a particular caste in the name of the college, the policies of the institution encompass and cater to people of all castes and creeds.
The Institution was established to be the harbinger of social change and national development through education in the Pre-Independence era and it continues to make concrete and cumulative efforts in the same direction, with missionary zeal.
Since its very inception, the institution has been inspired by the ideals of Deen Bandhu Ch. Chhotu Ram and other leading lights in the socio-cultural, educational and political scenario of North India in Pre-Independence era.