About CUH

Central University of Haryana is established under the Central Universities Act, 2009 of the Parliament. It is one of the 15 Central Universities established by Ministry of Education, Government of India (under the XI Five Year Plan) which is situated in 488 acres of lush green landscape in Mahendergarh district of Haryana. The University is accredited with ‘A’ grade by NAAC and fully funded by UGC.

The University has Wi-Fi enabled campus with all state-of-the art facilities for teaching, learning and research activities. The University is one of the fast-emerging central universities with 8 Schools of study, 72 academic programmes, 33 departments, 180+ faculty, 450+ researchers and over 2600+ students from 20+ Indian states.


To develop enlightened citizenship of a knowledge society for peace and prosperity of individuals, nation and the world, through promotion of innovation, creative endeavours, and scholarly inquiry.


To serve as a beacon of change, through multi-disciplinary learning, for creation of knowledge community, by building a strong character and nurturing a value-based transparent work ethics, promoting creative and critical thinking for holistic development and self-sustenance for the people of India. The University seeks to achieve this objective by cultivating an environment of excellence in teaching, research and innovation in pure and applied areas of learning.

The shloka at the bottom of the University’s logo conveys that ‘education’ is the unrivalled treasure of all.

For more details, please visit our University website.