Ch. Raheesha Khan, MLA Chairman, Haryana Waqf Board
I am extremely delighted to welcome you to Mewat Engineering College. We all know that India is a
country of villages. 75% of our populations live in villages. We believe that for an educational
institution, the main objective lives with grooming the students for future not merely in certain
skills but also as a good human being.
The primary objective of the Haryana Waqf Board is the management of waqf properties as per
provision of the waqf act, 1995 for the income generation, to be used for the development and
welfare of Muslim minority in the state. The board has main focus on the education of Muslim
community. It is open to all communities like other minority institutions in the country.
We aim to empower poor, under privileged students by giving them admission with the help of
different type of scholarships. 75% of the students in my college belong to low economic strata of the
society. This would certainly reveal Haryana Waqf Board efforts rendered towards imparting
quality education to the rural students through our well qualified experienced and dedicated
We started with only 225 students and today we have more than 500 students on roll which
signifies the fulfillment of people’s expectation to some extent. The college has 21 acres of land and
we have plans for further development & expansion in near future.
If you have any queries or concerns regarding your child‘s progress or welfare, please remember
that we are here to help. Our staffs are all friendly, welcoming and approachable. If you are the
parents of prospective pupil then you have may find a visit to the college useful. This is an
opportunity for you to see the college at work, and find out how we provide a high quality education
for all our students.
Still we have to do more but it will only be possible with the benevolent cooperation and recognition
of our parents.