Apeejay Education Society
The Apeejay Education Society, established by the leading Industrial House of Apeejay Stya in the year 1967, has built a rich heritage of over five decades in the field of quality education through a family of 24 not-for-profit institutions, in various states of the country.
All Apeejay institutions are guided by the vision of Dr. Stya Paul, Founder Chairman, Apeejay Education Society, of value-based holistic education focusing on acquiring thinking skills and learning how to learn for life: that truly prepares the individual for the challenges of life. A vision that is truly global, transcending the confines of state and country, and is driven by innovative techniques, progressive curricula and state-of-the-art infrastructure. The motto of the Society 'Soaring High is My Nature’ enshrines the belief that true education inculcates a constant pursuit of excellence on the strength of human and moral values.
Dr. Stya Paul's legacy of excellence is being carried forward by his only child, Mrs. Sushma Paul Berlia, Chairman of the Apeejay Education Society. Mrs. Berlia has made outstanding contribution in ensuring that the Apeejay vision of quality education of global standards leading to man-making and nation-building is effectively reflected in the conceptualization and standardization of the academic programmes and curricula across all its institutions.
Today, the Apeejay family comprises about 40,000 students, 60,000 alumni, over 2,500 faculties, and infrastructure that includes over 4,000 computers in well-equipped laboratories that provide education from pre-nursery to doctoral level. Apeejay schools offering education up to senior secondary level are well-recognised as pioneers & trend-setters in quality education and have created a niche for themselves in the country. Apeejay institutions imparting higher education include colleges and professional institutes that offer over 85 programmes at the undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral levels in Management, Bio-Sciences, Pharmaceuticals, Legal Studies, Architecture, Engineering, Information Technology, Fine Arts, Design, Education, Journalism & Mass Communication and Humanities, to name a few.