The primary vision of the Society is to work for the educational, social, and economic advancement of the people of India in all ways and the mission is to establish and administer colleges, schools, technical and Commercial Institutes, Kindergartens, Vocational Training Centres, Medical colleges, Dental Colleges, Paramedical Institutes, Adult Education Centres, Tailoring Schools, Food Craft Institutes, Computer Institutes, Community Development Centres, Human resources Development Institutes, Counseling Centres and any other educational institutions ,either by the Society directly or in tie up or in collaboration with any other organizations, Universities, Corporate Bodies in India and abroad. It is also envisaged to set up establishments to promote moral and spiritual values among the public, work for the welfare of women and children and establish and maintain Old age homes and rehabilitate destitutes. To engage in charitable and social service activities of every kind to help the poor and backward sections of the Society is the paramount mission of the MES.
The Approved Bye-laws of the Society prescribes that any one who subscribes to the views and ideologies of the MES can become a life member . A Life member is required to pay Rs.1000- only along with application as subscription fee. All the members have equal rights and privileges in the affairs of the Muslim Educational Society.
The Bye-laws lay down that any person desirous of becoming a member who has attained the age of 21 years and who subscribed to the aims and objects of the Society shall have a right to become a member of the Society. It is further specified in the bye-laws that all categories of members shall have equal rights, powers, privileges, duties and responsibilities in the Society. A State General Body shall consist of all categories of members without any discrimination. The MES has also a duly constituted State Executive Committee which is elected at the meeting of the members of the Electoral College to be held at least ten days before the date of the Annual General body of the election year. The tenure of the Executive Committee is for a period of three years from the date of its formation or till a new Executive Committee takes charge. All these provisions in the approved Bye-laws clearly manifest the truly democratic set-up and character of the Muslim Educational Society and freedom and rights each member of the Society have at their hands to navigate their Society in its ideal path without going astray. This high democratic character of the MES also helps the MES to strengthen its base by adding more and more members who can contribute much for the development of the Society and thus be catalysts to its rise and progress.