To discover, preserve and transmit the vast knowledge of the Vedas, Sastras, Agamas and other traditional arts connected with our culture and civilization.
To bring Vedic learning to the status of the University system with a code of syllabus, offering degree programmes leading to Ph. D; to train the students of Sanskrit in contemporary education as well, enabling them to fit into contemporary work situation, should they choose to do so.
To develop a unique world-class university of higher learning which will conduct teaching and research programmes in selected areas of knowledge especially in the Vedic System integrating the higher knowledge imparted by the Vedas with Science-based modern knowledge, thereby offering solution to the problems of the modern times and proving the universality and catholicity of the Vedic knowledge and its relevance to the modern times.
To create a new generation of scholars who have acquired the skills and competencies for dealing with modern scientific and technological knowledge and integrate such knowledge with Indian ways of thinking and acting.
To develop a cadre of world-class professionals, who have acquired the competencies for global employment in different disciplines
To establish special schools of study and research for the revival and re-interpretation of different areas of Indian knowledge like Indian philosophy and Culture, Sanskrit Language and Linguistics, Indian Arts and Architecture, Indian Science and Technology, Indian Social Thought and Epistemology, Indian Social and Institutional Practices thereby making special provisions for offering integrated courses in Vedas, Humanities, Applied Social Sciences and Technology and other allied areas of knowledge in the educational programmes of the Viswa Mahavidyalaya with the permission of the UGC / MHRD.
To take special measures to facilitate students and teachers from all over India and from other countries as well to join the Viswa Mahavidyalaya and participate in its academic programmes and to provide instruction and training in such branches of learning as it may deem fit.
To offer programmes of higher education in the major disciplines, their sub-disciplines and their interacting dimensions to represent major areas of knowledge like Humanities and Languages, Basic and Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology, Agriculture and Animal Sciences, Indian Medicine, Para-medical Sciences, Management Sciences, Educational Sciences, Behavioral and Cognitive Sciences with due representation given to emerging sub-disciplines like Social Planning and Rural Empowerment, Nano Sciences, Business Logistics and Technology Management, Information and Communication Sciences, Atmospheric Sciences and Climatology and Development Planning in addition to unique programmes integrating traditional Sanskrit courses with modern courses such as Ayurveda and conventional medicine; Vastu shastra , Architecture, Computer technology, Astronomy, Physics and Mathematics; Vimana Sastra, Sulba Sastra, Krishi, Vriksha and Silpa Sastra combined with the relevant modern subjects such as chemistry, Metallurgy, Engineering, Architecture and Medicine (human, veterinary and plant), Bio-technology, Genetics, Artha Sastra and Business Administration and Education with the permission of the UGC / MHRD.
To establish collaboration and working partnership with pace-setting higher education institutions in different parts of the world, and use such collaboration for modernizing the operational strategies of this institution.
To implement new working modalities for the institution using modern management strategies for system functioning like staff selection and development, curriculum framing, staff and student assessment, system assessment and for ensuring greater social credibility and accountability for the institution.
To perform such other functions as may be deemed necessary, conducive or incidental for the achievement of the above objectives.