Arya Samaj Department of the college works under the supervision of Prof Sunil Jaitley. Founder of Arya Samaj was Swami Dayanand Saraswati (or Mulshankar, 1824-83) and he was born in the old Morvi state in Gujarat in a brahmin family. The first Arya Samaj unit was formally set up by him at Bombay in 1875 and later the headquarters of the Samaj were established at Lahore.Swami Dayanand’s views were published in his famous work, Satyarth Prakash (The True Exposition). Dayanand’s vision of India included a classless and casteless society, a united India (religiously, socially and nationally), and an India free from foreign rule, with Aryan religion being the common religion of all. He took inspiration from the Vedas and considered them to be “India’s Rock of Ages”, the infallible and the true original seed of Hinduism. He gave the slogan “Back to the Vedas”. The 10 Principles of Arya Samaj God is the original source of all that is known by spritual knowledge and the physical sciences. God is Existent, conscious, all-beatitude, Formless, Almighty, Just, Merciful, Unbegotten, Infinite, Unchangeable, Beginningless, Incomparable, the support of All, the Lord of All, All-pervading, Omniscient and Controller of All from within, Evermature, Imperishable, Fearless, Eternal, Pure, Creator of the Universe. He alone ought to be worshipped. The Vedas are the books of all True knowledge. It is the paramount duty of all Aryas to read them, to teach them to others, to listen to them and to recite them to others. All persons should always be ready to accept truth and renounce untruth. All acts ought to be performed in conformity to Dharma(righteousness) i.e. after due consideration of truth and untruth. The primary object of Arya Samaj is to do good to the whole world, i.e. to promote physical, spiritual and social progress of all humans. Your dealings with all should be regulated by love and due justice, in accordance with the dictates of Dharma(righteousness). Avidya(illusion and ignorance) be dispelled, and Vidya (realisation and acquisition of knowledge) should be promoted. None should remain satisfied with his own progress only, but incessantly strive for the social upliftment, realizing his own benefitin the advancement of all others. All men ought to dedicate themselves necessarily for the social good and the well being of all, subordinating their personal interest, while the individual is free to enjoy the freedom of action for individual being.