A CO-EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION Sponsored By Mawlai Presbyterian Church
Mawlai Presbyterian College was Established in the year 2000. It is a major educa national project of Mawlai Presbyterian Church, a unit of Presbyterian Church of India. It has been affiliated to the North Eastern Hill University. By the amazing grace of God Almighty, the College has been able to establish its independent and separate identity by the acquisition of a new institutional complex at Mawlai Nongkwar.
The Motto which has been adopted for the College is "Arise and Shine". These are the prophetic words of Isaiah to the Israelite Community. By this motto, it shall be the consistent endeavour of the College management to communicate to the student fraternity the message to making themselves the enlightened mortals who can be the torch bearers in the generation of a healthy climate for moral and intellectual growth.
The College as an institution of higher learning, has a Mission to achieve and Vision to fulfill
On the Missionary Commitment, the College shall
Imbibe in the students a sense of personal and collective discipline and self-respect; Undertake measure, within the limited resources of the College, for the achievement of the type of education which can help the students understand the meaning and dignity of labour.
Helping the students to realise and visualise their responsibilities in matters of local, social and national construction.
The College, being a co-educational centre of learning, shall see to it that the relevance and dignity of gender is not, in any matter, disturbed since God is His never failing Dispensation, had bestowed upon male and female the status of equality. It will be our Vision to provide to the economically handicapped students the opportunity of making a living while learning. The College has drawn up an ambitious framework to start major classes in a phased manner. This is being attempted to enhance its academic credibility.
We are committed to maintain the minority character of the institution and preserve its Christian identity.