Kinnaird has always been an institution of special significance. It is more than a college, a community enriched by the spirit of inquiry that it kindles in students and a dedication to the higher values of education and culture that is reflected in almost 100 teachers who comprise its staff. Young students at Kinnaird are taught to acquire knowledge not merely for itself but to explore every avenue so that their personalities can bloom fully. The teachers thus encourage a spirit of inquiry, research and participation in their students. Above all, students who enter Kinnaird can conquer the challenges of the 21st century. Kinnaird makes this transition possible because it produces women who are individuals in their own right, who quickly begin to display intelligence, competence, flexibility, maturity and a sense of responsibility, both to their academic pursuits as well as to their overall personality development. The graduates of Kinnaird continue to make a major contribution to the civic life of Pakistan and to the many communities abroad where they tend to excel by virtue of special grounding at Kinnaird.
In the face of declining educational and discipline standards that have unfortunately characterized our country, the responsibility of continuing to maintain standards of excellence as follow on Kinnaird, but it has met this challenge with custom-ary meal and spirit. Its academic records have continued to soar higher and higher, but perhaps more than that, it has maintained ethical standards that it set for itself many years ago. Today with the world on the threshold of a new age and a new century, Kinnaird can take stock of its great past, vibrant present and a bold future for the women of Pakistan without whose education and participation, Pakistan cannot flourish. Each new generation of students that walks through its gates is expected to memories and practice the college oath.
\"I pledge to live up to the trust placed in me; to willingly and conscientiously fulfill my responsibilities; to work with integrity and loyalty; to be rather than to seem” To commemorate the occasion Pakistan Post is issuing a stamp of Rs. 1.25 on November 3,1995.