We envision our College as a prime mover in transformative education, broadening the cognitive, experiential, and spiritual horizons of students, leading them to higher realms (Ad Altiora) of human life on earth.
This means to us:
» Trinity aspires to disseminate information in such a way that it transforms the students to be better citizens.
» Trinity envisions to be a leader in quality education
» Trinity moulds a generation with a global vision, and commitment towards building a ‘better India’
We at Trinity College commit ourselves to the creation of a society wherein the youth are characterized by
INTELLECTUAL STIMULATION, MORAL UPRIGHTNESS AND SPIRITUAL ENLIGHTENMENT,
wherein they establish and nurture
CAMPUS-COMMUNITY NETWORK SO AS TO REACH OUT TO THE LESS PRIVILEGED,
wherein they promote
NATIONAL INTEGRATION WITH THE SPIRIT OF AUTHENTIC INDIAN CULTURE,
wherein they undertake
NETWORKING WITH THE CORPORATE SECTOR
and wherein they become
CHANGE AGENTS WHO EXERCISE A TRANSFORMATIVE INFLUENCE ON SOCIETY.
The following are the Core Values of Trinity College, Jalandhar.
Trinity College aims at excellence in all our academic pursuits by “broadening the cognitive, experiential and spiritual horizons of students”.
To encourage learning that fosters and grows in creative thought, inquisitive mind and self-discovery.
- Spirituality and ethics
We are devoted to the highest standards of “spiritual enlightenment”; honesty, human dignity, pro-existence and integrity of life.
- Unity in diversity
We embrace all aspects of cultural and human diversity and its necessity to ensure a vibrant learning community. We are committed to provide constitutional values like justice, equality, fraternity and liberty. Thus “to transform the students to be better citizens”.
- VASUDHAIVA KUTUMBAKAM We embrace all aspects of “a generation with a global vision and committed towards building a better world”.
6. Uplift less privileged
As a minority institution, we envision an inclusive education by uplifting the “less privileged” and marginalised especially the minorities through “campus-community network”.
We envisage to undertake “networking with corporate sector”, nonprofit and public communities. Through these partnerships, we strive to improve education and the quality of life.
THE COAT OF ARMS
The emblem conveys the vision of Trinity College, Jalandhar. The primary goal of education is the enlightenment of the person (Man in white) who aims “Ad Altiora” (Higher Realms) of life (The Motto of the College).
The education provided at Trinity is characterized by an integrated and total growth of the individual, oriented itself towards the Divine (Raised Hand Pointing Upwards) as well as the human (Lowered Hand Pointing Downwards).
The personal excellence aimed by a ‘Trinitarian’ is a reflection and expression of the life of the Blessed Trinity, the Heavenly Patron of the college (The Triangle with Three Sectors), in which the Father as the source of Life (Red), the Son as the Prince of Peace (Green), and the Holy Spirit as the embodiment of Enlightenment (Yellow), keep their self identity while symbolizing a life of unity, collaboration and dedication.
Through information a ‘Trinitarian’ is positively transformed so that he/she contributes his/her might in building a just and fair society centered on the values (Colours of the Rainbow) taught by Jesus Christ (Cross)
Human life has different dimensions; physical, intellectual, social, spiritual and so on. A person has to place himself evenly in all these spheres of existence if he has to evolve himself into a worthy human being of excellence.
Man, we believe, is from God. The idea that man partakes in the divinity of God is integral to the Indian culture. The Bible also asserts that man is created in the image and likeness of God.(Genesis 1:26)
Therefore, the highest realm that man is capable of attaining is “godliness”. This is the vision of human development that Trinity College, as a centre of higher education, upholds. Here we seek to rise above mundane and materialistic, the meager and mediocre. We must aspire for that “heaven of freedom” which our great Rabindranath Tagore visualized in hymn 35 of Gitangali.