Bebe Nanaki University College Mithra, Kapurthala is one of the constituent colleges established with the collective efforts of the University Grants Commission New Delhi, Punjab Government and Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar. The vision of the college is to aggrandize nation-building in the emerging global scenario by their holistic development.
The College is committed to clinch the twin objectives of imparting quality education and inculcating moral values amongst students belonging to the rural and educationally backward belt of Kapurthala district. We believe in the philosophy of creativity and excellence because the creativity oozes knowledge and potential to reach the horizons of triumph. The college aims at coupling the backward people with the national mainstream and providing them a rostrum to shine on the holistic panorama.
Established in the huge and splendid campus of 17 acres, the college is embellished with the lush green lawns. Refined computer science and fashion designing laboratories, fully equipped Physics and Chemistry labs and a Hi-Tech English language lab has also been installed to promote the proficiency of the students in the concerned subjects. A big and modish library has been provided to sustain the literary and academic growth of the students. A dedicated team of highly qualified faculty appointed by Guru Nanak Dev University Amritsar and efficient administration imbued with wonderful deal and progressive vision is working hard day and night to attain the goal of all round drawing out the best in student’s body mind and spirit. Keeping this aspect in mind Cultural, Sports, NCC and NSS wings in the college have been contributing efficiently. Various seminars, conferences, workshops and group discussions are conducted at regular intervals for the academic growth and development of literary tastes of the students. A Career counseling and placement cell established in the college has been working hard to help the students choose best career opportunities in their chosen field. Bus service has been provided to female students from the remote villages.