Principal's Message

Principal's Message

Dear Student,

On behalf of HEC family I extend a very warm welcome in joining us for structuring your career. I feel privileged to introduce HEC Group of Institutions as a renowned co-educational institution. Established in 2002, the college has now reached the strength of about 1500 students offering numerous courses in Science, Arts, Commerce, Management, Library Science, Hotel Management, Animation, Fashion Design, Yoga and many other applied and professional subjects. Well equipped laboratories, Computer Labs, a library with more than 5000 books and journals, wi-fi campus and a peaceful conducive atmosphere provide the right space for meaningful learning and research.
HEC is pioneer institution. It is a energetic institute based on the Up-liftment of human values by way of fortification through Quality education. Our teaching philosophy is different; it is based on full attachment with the student in relation of their study. The doctrine we follow is "give till it hurts". Therefore, our main goal at HEC is to strive relentlessly for providing quality education and training in various fields, so as to empower our students to develop real life solutions.
We dedicate ourselves to provide an environment, which is conducive to high quality research and development. A number of experts, specialists, professionals and academicians of high repute from renowned institutions and corporate world are invited for interaction with students so as to strengthen their conceptual foundations and sharpen their intellect, widen their knowledge and improve their communication skills.
My message would be incomplete without complimenting Management, Faculty, Staff and Students who are working very hard in cohesion towards the vision of global quality standards. We at HEC work and live as family and hope that your stay with us will be more comfortable, fruitful and memorable. .

I wish you a great success in life.

Dr. Navneet Verma
(Principal)

Career Opportunity with various corporate sector