headerM.N. College was founded in 1946 with help of a generous donation of Late Sheth Shri Maneklal Nanchand was like an oasis in the desert, a temple of ‘Saraswati’ for so many high school educated youths of North Gujarat. It was the only government college of its kind in the whole region between Ahmedabad and Ajmer. It is still a matter of great pride that the college has as its first Principal Shree V.K.Gokak, a ‘Gyanpith’ Award winner, a well-known Poet and Professor of English, who nurtured and nourished the college in its childhood. M.N. College became soon famous as a great centre of culture and learning under the stewardship of Shree Gokak, who fondly called it “The Princess of Desert”.




The mission of the college is Lest the youth of “Anart Pradesh” be devoid of higher education and at the same time taking economic aspect as central consideration, they take such education near their native place.




The vision of the college is “According to the changing trends the students get quality education, become self-dependent citizens; cultivate healthy mentality and developing personalities so that they become competent to face the coming challenges. They learn syllabi and acquire the requirements through formal and informal education system during the period of study.”

The mission and vision is communicated to the students, teachers, staff and other stake holders by display board in building entrance and it is also printed in college magazine ‘Manikyam’, as well as in prospects, which is delivered to the students at the time of admission. All type of information is cited in a booklet which is given to each student in free of cost.