Shobhit University our inspirer

The genesis of Shobhit University is deeply rooted in the visionary ideals of Babu Vijendra Kumar Ji, a luminary from Gangoh, Saharanpur, renowned for his contributions to agriculture and community welfare. His profound belief in education as a cornerstone for societal empowerment guided the establishment of the NICE Society in 1989. This endeavor, spearheaded by Dr. Shobhit Kumar and Kunwar Shekhar Vijendra, alongside a cadre of committed professionals, encapsulates a philosophical commitment to nurturing educational excellence and social service.

Adarsh Maa

Shrimati Adarsh Vijendra ji, our strength weaved threads of care and resilience into the university's ethos. Her life, interwoven with the legacy of Babu Vijendra Kumar Ji, and nurturing of Dr. Shobhit Kumar and Kunwar Shekhar Vijendra, infused the university with a spirit of compassion and strength. Her influence, a guiding star, continues to illuminate the path of excellence and service, embodying the university's philosophical cornerstone of wisdom through empathy.

The historical roots of Shobhit University can be traced back to the establishment of Hindu Anglo Nagrik Inter College in 1924 by the grandfather of Dr. Shobhit Kumar and Kunwar Shekhar Vijendra. Founded by Babu Kedar Nath Ji in Gangoh, District Saharanpur, Uttar Pradesh, the institution, now known as Hindu Rashtriya Inter College, marks the beginning of a legacy in education that would eventually lead to the foundation of Shobhit University.