Scientific temper : Mindset which enables one to follow a way of life that focuses upon the scientific method of understanding reality.
Critical and creative thinking : Capability to think rationally and reflectively.
Inclusiveness : Constant exposure to and interaction with disparate social strata for an inclusive mindset, ethical sensibility and greater social sensitivity and empathy.
Democratic practice and secular outlook : As envisioned by the Constitution of India.
Awarness of world affairs : Acquisition of knowledge of what is happening in immediate and far-flung places of the world.
Sense of equality, equity and environment : Ability to differentiate between pure equality, social equity and a heightened awareness of how human dialectically interact with environment.
Synergetic work culture : Capacity to work in groups and the attitude to consider larger goals greater than personal ones.
Emancipatory and transformative ideals : Attainment of cherished ideals of education for the eventual empowerment of humanity.
COURSE ON HUMAN VALUES