College History

Majha College for Women was established in 2009 under the management of Majha Public Educational Managing Society, with the sole of aim of empowering the women of Majha region with quality and employment oriented education so that they can become self-dependent and contribute towards the socio-economic development of the country. MajhaCollegefor Women is affiliated toGuruNanakDevUniversity,Amritsar. It provides Graduate and Postgraduate degree courses in Commerce, Economics, IT, Non – Medical, and Language streams. In addition to the university affiliated degree courses, MCW also comprise a full-fledged higher secondary education (+1, +2) department in Commerce, Medical, Non-Medical, and Humanities Streams. The higher secondary education department is affiliated to Punjab School Education Board.


Management and Staff’s consistent efforts to introduce new graduate and post graduate degree courses has enabled MCW to establish itself as a leading women’s college in the Tarn-Taran district. In terms of student strength and university results, MCW have surpassed all other colleges of the region in such a short span since its formation.


We at MCW firmly believe that Infrastructure is the strength of every institution. We at MCW ensure that our college is equipped with state-of-the-art infrastructure, not just to assist our teachers in making education a laudable experience but we also ensure that our students are empowered with quality education. The college is equipped with modern learning facilities. IT and Science Labs are updated on regular basis with modern state of art equipment’s. College has its own in-house IT, Security, Transport, Procurement, and Facilities management departments.


MCW has been consistently expanding since its formation. Considering the introduction of new university affiliated courses from upcoming session, construction of new buildings and infrastructure has been in progress in line with the requirements. Hostel facility for the students is also under construction. 

Principal's Message

Imparting quality education is a noble effort in the empowering of masses which is our vision and mission. At MCW, I am constantly trying to put my versatile erudition for edification of the students as well as of the whole society. Therefore, we at MCW ensure that our college is equipped with state-of-the-art infrastructure not just to assist our teachers in making education a laudable experience but we also ensure that our students are able to face world challenges easily.

The management and faculty coupled with my efforts are striving hard to create educational programs for girls that nurture their creativity, and along with that challenges their intellectual and physical capabilities. In addition to this, we understand that education procedure cannot occur in vacuum or isolation. Hence, it is an open call and a humble invitation to parents and teachers for holistic development of the students because parents and school work in tandem to bring out the best in the students.

She truly believes in these words that "Intelligence plus chracter, that is the goal of true education."

-Dr. Hardeep Kaur

Secretary's Message

S. Rajbir Singh is the ‘Honorary Secretary’ of this well established institute. His tireless endeavors and his concern for the holistic development of every child has led a new mission to Majha College.. He is very far–sighted in terms of providing the college with almost all the possible new technological facilities in the field of education. It is his never ending support coupled with his thirst for excellence that has ushered perfection in virtually all the spheres of this institution.

Experience is a great word and S. Sukhbir Singh Sandhawalia leaves no stone unturned in combining his own experiences with reflection and imitation to achieve the best possible results which further steers this institute to new heights.

He truly believes in these words written by a renowned Chinese PhilosopherCONFUCIUS (551-479BCE) regarding three methods to learn wisdom:

First, by Reflection, which is noblest; Second, by Imitation, which is easiest; and Third by experience, which is the bitterest.”

-S.Rajbir Singh