Swami Vivekanand College

Affiliated to University of Rajasthan

Run by Swami Vivekanand Welfare Trust


  • Our experienced faculty have distinguished themselves in the most competitive arenas.

  • Recognition for excellence in liberal arts, agricultural research, technology, music and nursing.

  • Understanding professors to guide you every step of the way— as you explore possible majors, select your classes and complete your coursework.

  • Close, collaborative relationships with faculty mentors create a uniquely supportive learning environment where students thrive.

  • Making friends is easy in our active campus community, with so many ways to get involved, develop valuable leadership skills and just have fun. When you are not in class or the lab, or studying in the library or volunteering with us, you can bet you will be up to something rewarding, fun or invigorating.

  • In Swami Vivekanand College diverse living and learning environment, students develop the skills they need for lasting success in our global marketplace. This is a place where nurturing and guidance share the stage with independence and accountability.


Vivekananda believed education is the manifestation of perfection already in men. He thought it a pity that the existing system of education did not enable a person to stand on his own feet, nor did it teach him self-confidence and self-respect. To Vivekananda, education was not only collection of information, but something more meaningful; he felt education should be man-making, life giving and character-building. To him education was an assimilation of noble ideas.

Education is not the amount of information that we put into your brain and runs riot there, undigested, all your life. We must have life building, man making, character making assimilation of ideas. If you have assimilated five ideas and made them your life and character, you have more education than any man who has got by heart a whole library...

Swami Vivekananda felt that the education that young boys and girls receive is very negative. He thinks they do not gain confidence or self-respect from these education, so according to Swami Vivekananda only positive education should be given to children. Swami Vivekananda told, if young boys and girls are encouraged and are not unnecessarily criticized all the time, they are bound to improve in time.

He also told the youth:

Set yourselves to the task of spreading education among the masses. Tell them and make them understand, "You are our brothers—a part and parcel of our bodies, and we love you and never hate you."



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Swami Vivekanand College

Opposite overhead water tank, Girdharipath, Gandhipath West, Jaipur, Raj. Pin - 302021

Mob. - 9413646214, 9871369632

email - svcollegejaipur@gmail.com