1. To provide education to girls and women whose access to it is limited or poor. This includes those who are located in remote areas, those who are bound by orthodox and societal inhibitions, those whose education has been cut short for various reasons and those who are restricted by financial constraints.
2. To provide courses so as to ensure that women gain entry into fields from which they have been traditionally excluded.
3. To identify where and what kind of new job opportunities are appearing in the course of the ongoing industrialisation and modernisation of the country.
4. To consciously equip students to function as responsible and self-confident citizens.
5. To advance the quality of education for women.