Department of Higher Education Haryana

Department of Higher Education, Haryana (DHE)


  • To  make Haryana a knowledge-based community by fueling its Higher Education landscape to respond to both local and global challenges.
  • To create a culture of quality and excellence at an individual and institutional level in all aspects of Higher Education.
  • To encourage highest standards in research and publication.
  • To incentivize teaching and make teachers accountable.
  • To establish shared governance structure, facilitative and trustful external governance and efficient and effective internal governance structure.
  • To explore and implement innovative ways of financing Higher Education.
  • To employ Information, Communication and Technology (ICT) to share resources and improvise governance structure.
  • To integrate university education with the larger sociological development of the State by building a tie between secondary schools and universities.


  • To align the teaching and research interests of scholars.
  • To establish educational institutions focused on research, undergraduate teaching and learning and vocational training.
  • To provide mentorship to young professionals and scholars in order to establish and sustain a culture of research.
  • To align teaching feedback and research output with the individual and professional growth of the scholars.
  • To maintain the ideal student-teacher ratio in order to facilitate a quality-learning environment.
  • To design and update the curriculum, making it relevant for the learner by periodically keeping in mind the new developments in the field of study.
  • To establish and promote collaborations with industries so as to bridge the gap between educational output and industry demand.
  • To seek consultancy to become an academic leader and provide guidance and motivation to faculty and students in order to acquire ‘A’ level accreditation.

Haryana Forest Department, Government of Haryana

Haryana Forest Department, Government of Haryana (HFD)

Haryana is one of the states in the country having least forest area in the country primarily due to the fact that it has almost 81% of its area under agriculture. With only 7.16 percent of its area under forest and tree cover, our prime endeavour at the Forest Department will be to preserve and to increase the forest and tree cover in the State, for conserving the bio-diversity for ecological sustainability and environmental services, through sustainable management of forests and plantations. The role of forests and trees in providing services to humans has further become significant as they combat the adverse effects of the climate change through carbon sequestration and climate amelioration.

With this bio-geographical background about the status of forests in Haryana, our leadership goals include advancing strategic policy objectives of the Forests Department to increase the forest and tree cover to 10% sustaining and managing the State’s forests through applying scientific knowledge; delivering benefits to the public and excelling as a high performing Department.

One of the main priorities this year will be the implementations of the School Children Plantation Drive launched by the Hon’ble Chief Minister and Jal Shakti Abhiyan launched by Hon’ble Prime Minister. During the current year, a planting target of 3 Crore seedlings will be achieved by raising plantation on forest land, Panchayat land, Institutional land and farmer land etc. We appeal to all citizens to contribute in making this plantation drive a great success.

Special emphasis is being given to Soil and Moisture Conservation works in the hills to conserve water and deliver it to adjacent farmlands for increasing their productivity and enhancing incomes. Herbal Parks have been developed in every district to bring people closer to the natural ecosystem. This will help the people adopt environment friendly attitudes in their lives. Oxy-Vans will be developed in each District and Nagar Vans are also being developed in Urban Areas. With an aim to conserve the bio-diversity of the State, Panchwati plantations will be done in each villages. To achieve these goals, the team of officers in the Forest Department will remain committed to implement various schemes of the Government in a systematic way and in time bound manner.

Government of Haryana

Government of Haryana

Various departments of the Govt. of Haryana are looking to onboard professionals across the industry to drive the change envisioned by the state to provide the best services to its citizen. The professionals will be at the forefront of e-governance initiatives in the state and contribute towards improvement in government processes and establishment of service delivery systems resulting in faster and simpler service delivery to end-users including citizens and businesses.

Haryana Kaushal Rozgar Nigam

Haryana Kaushal Rozgar Nigam Limited(HKRNL)

Haryana Kaushal Rozgar Nigam Limited (HKRNL) has been incorporated under the Companies Act, 2013 on 13th October, 2021. It has been set up with the objective of providing contractual manpower to all Government entities in Haryana in a transparent, robust and equitable manner. It will act as the authorized agency for providing contractual manpower in Haryana.

Haryana Kaushal Rozgar Nigam, in the process of providing contractual manpower, will focus on:

  • Uplifting socio-economically disadvantaged candidates.
  • Facilitating timely payment of salary and benefits to deployed manpower.
  • Ensuring adherence to the State Reservation policy.

Centre for Millimeter wave Semiconductor Devices & Systems

Centre for Millimeter wave Semiconductor Devices & Systems

Combat Aircraft Systems Development and Integration Centre

Combat Aircraft Systems Development and Integration Centre (DRDO)

Haryana Pariwar Suraksha Nyas

Haryana Pariwar Suraksha Nyas (HPSN)

Haryana Pariwar Suraksha Nyas (HPSN) has been established by the Government of Haryana as a Trust under the provisions of the Indian Trust Act, 1862 to consolidate existing insurance schemes of various Government departments under one roof to avoid duplication of beneficiaries, effective implementation of schemes and saving additional cost to the state exchequer. Earlier the budgets for such insurance schemes were allocated to different departments. Various insurance schemes under urban local bodies, accidental insurance schemes, livestock insurance schemes, disability compensation schemes, insurance schemes for traders, and insurance schemes under Women and Child Development among others will be covered under this.