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About Us

Ashoka University is named after Emperor Ashoka (c. 304 – 232 BC) who represents India’s highest values and ideals. Emperor Ashoka’s dhamma revolved around liberal thought and education. Having personally undergone a self-transformation, Emperor Ashoka went on to spread his ideas far and wide across Asia. 

Drawing from Emperor Ashoka’s life of learning and transformation, Ashoka University provides a holistic education that is liberal, multidisciplinary, and interdisciplinary, offering a diverse and inclusive space for its students to think deeply and critically, learn across disciplinary boundaries, express themselves creatively, and communicate with meaning to cause impact and change. Students are encouraged to explore ideas, engage in research, and focus on values and ideals of the highest order to experience self-transformation within the duration of their education and henceforth. 

The expanding universe of multidisciplinary education is depicted through an intersection of arcs that reflect the creation and synthesis of diverse knowledge as portrayed in the Ashoka University logo.

Ashoka University is a pioneer in its focus on providing a liberal education at par with the best in the world. The aim at Ashoka is to help students become well-rounded individuals who can think critically about issues from multiple perspectives, communicate effectively, and become leaders with a commitment to public service. An Ashoka education carries a strong emphasis on foundational knowledge, thorough academic research based on rigorous pedagogy, and hands-on experience with real-world challenges. The 2800 plus students on campus, drawn from 28 states and over 287 cities in India and 21 other countries, receive a world-class interdisciplinary education through undergraduate and post-graduate programmes led by internationally renowned faculty.

Leadership of Ashoka

The leadership team of Ashoka University consists of accomplished leaders, thinkers, and academicians with expertise in different fields. These institution-builders are committed to reforming the face of higher education in India. Our Founders, Board of Management, Governing Body, Leadership Team, and Academic Advisory Committee work tirelessly to achieve this goal.

Founders and Donors of Ashoka

Projects and Partnerships

The Chief Minister’s Good Governance Associates 

The Chief Minister’s Good Governance Associates (CMGGA) programme is a unique and strategic collaboration between the Government of Haryana and Ashoka University. The CMGGA programme gives an opportunity to the most promising students of the country to work with the State and solve critical issues. The associates are trained intensively, after which they are posted in each of the 22 districts of Haryana for 12 months. During their tenure, they represent the Chief Minister’s Office and work closely with the Deputy Commissioner and district officials. The CMGGA associates interact regularly with the Chief Minister and present their insights, work, and recommendations on a particular issue. This programme gives the associates a chance to drive changes at the highest and grassroots levels of the Government.

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Connect with Ashoka

Ashoka University regularly organises multiple events throughout the year for prospective students. These events educate students about the University and different programmes. The University hosts workshops for class XII students, open houses for parents, and school sessions led by our outreach team.

Study at Ashoka

Study at Ashoka