About Us

Vidhya Jyothi Trust

Education is always responsible to bring paradigm shift which is also the law of nature as the chnage is inevitable & is the backbone of growth & development.

Education is more than a luxury; It is responsibility that society owes to itself.
-Robin Cook

Keeping this ethos in mind the trustees of Vidhya Jyothi Trust , Chennai took up the task of establishing engineering college in the area where no institute of technical education has ever thought to venture.

Vidhya Jyothi Trust (VJT) is established with the main objective of development of social, educational and intellectual level of the youth. The Trust also aims to develop new institutions for imparting higher education. The Vidhya Jyothi Trust (VJT) set up by Shri. N Sugal Chand Jain, has taken over the various schools run till recently by the Jadavbai Nathmal Singhvi Trust formed 1984.

In pursuance of upliftment of education, the trust manages number of institutions including School and Engineering Colleges having strength of students more than 2500 and 200+ staffs. The Schools and colleges run by Vidhya Jyothi Trust (VJT) are recognized by the Government of Tamil Nadu or Government of Rajasthan.

At present, there are three schools - two Nursery & Primary Schools and one Matriculation Higher Secondary School. The schools have well equipped infrastructure in terms of land and building, Science laboratory, Library, Computer lab, Indoor playground and Auditorium. The schools emphasize on the holistic development of the students by providing extracurricular activities like Abacus, Bharathanatyam, Table Tennis, ACC, NCC, Guides, Scouts and Junior Red Cross. The students are also encouraged to volunteer for the Road Safety Patrol, to visit orphanages & rural hospitals and participate in various competitions regularly.

In continuation to fulfill the objective of the trust, the Vidhya Jyothi Trust (VJT) has recently established this engineering college - Mahaveer Institute of Technology and Engineering (MITS) at Jadan in Pali district.

Vidhya Jyothi Trust (VJT) is a Philanthropic Trust whose members include well-known Industrialists, Businessmen, Professionals and Educationists. The people associated with the Trust are engaged in rendering social services in Delhi, Chennai, Rajasthan & other part of the country by establishing hospitals and educational institutions. The members of the society are committed to provide the investment needed for the education with global competitiveness. No compromise is made in ensuring the high quality of engineering education in the Institute.

Through the technical programmes and advanced laboratories, not only technical skills are being sharpened as required by the wide spread impact of Information Technology, but also a conscious foundation is being laid to educate and nurture the qualities of good citizenship to uphold those social and moral values.

Various Organizations Under VJT

The trustees and the trust are also running various institutions of international and nation repute and the managements also deals with various ventures under various trusts. Some of them are as follows:

  • Ganadipathy Tulsi's Jain Engineering College in Vellore District is successfully running since year 2000 with graduation and post graduation courses of engineering.
  • Bhagwan Mahaveer Foundation is engaged in serving 47 different awards for service of high standard in the field of Non-violence & vegetarianism, Education & Medicine, and community & social service. Since inception the value of the award given away is Rs 2.95 Crores. The awardees are decided by an eminent selection Jury headed by Justice Shri M. N. Venkatachaliah, Former Chief Justice of India.
  • Singhvi Charitable Trust is serving in the field of medical assistance and education through the supply of medicines and spectacles entirely free of cost.
  • Sugal & Damani Group is running of National and International Lotteries, Diamond Jewellery business, Travel agency, Infotech, Real Estate Development, Share Broking, Commodity Broking.
  • Wind Turbine generators for generating wind power in the southern districts of Tamil Nadu producing 9 MW of power.
  • SS Jain Educational Society
  • Sankara Nethralaya
  • Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan
  • Mediciti, Hyderabad
  • Cancer Institute, Chennai