Mahila Engineering College Ajmer holds the privilege of being first Government Engineering College for Women in the north India. Honourable Chief Minister laid the foundation stone of this college on 30th April, 2007. The college is acting as a pedestal to explore the hidden talent for technical and managerial excellence among the students. At present, 2500 students are studying in various bachelor and masters courses. The college is located on NH-79 and is easily accessible through rail and road. The nearest airport is at Jaipur. Ajmer is the heart of the royal state of Rajasthan, situated in the South west of Jaipur, and wrapped through the greens of Arravali hills. Historically it is city of Samrat Phrithvi Raj Chouhan and has been the centre of culture and Education. Ajmer houses the tomb of 13th century Sufi Saint Khwaja Moinuddin Chisthy, which is uniformly valued by all. Ajmer holds the privilege of housing the tomb of 13th century Sufi Saint Khwaja Moinuddin Chisthy, which is uniformly valued by all. Besides this, Ajmer has Pushkar Teerth which is known as the sole abode of Lord Brahma. The lakes Anasagar, Pushkar, Foysagar enhances the scenic beauty of Ajmer and attracts a lot of tourists to witness picturesque magnificence of it.