Rohtak

Rohtak

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Rohtak ( _hi. रोहतक) is a municipal council located in Rohtak District in the Haryana state of India on N.H. 10, 70 km from the national capital of India, Delhi. The city can feel proud for having one of the highest number of dairies in India, Asia's largest cloth market, and a very reputable Medical College Fact|date=December 2007. It is a big city but does not have malls and multiplexes.

Mr Bhupinder Singh Hooda, the current Chief Minister of Haryana is from Rohtak, is a reason why Rohtak has seen a lot of development in the past few years.

History

The district derives its name from its headquarters town Rohtak, which is said to be a correction of Rohtashgarh, a name still applied to the ruined sites (also called Khokra Kot) of two older sites, one lying immediately north of the present town and another about 5 km towards the east. Traditionally, it is named after Raja Rohtash, in whose days the city is said to have been built. It is also claimed that the town derives its name from the Roherra (Tacoma undulate) tree called Rohitaka in Sanskrit. It is said that before the town came into existence, it was the site of a forest of Rohitaka trees and hence its name became Rohtak. Another version connects Rohtak with Rohitaka, which is mentioned in the Mahabharta in connection with a campaign of Nakula, the Pandava warrior. History of the district as an Administrative unit:

The areas of Rohtak district underwent many changes, extending over hundreds of years before the administrative unit emerged in its present form. Under the Mughal Emperor Akbar, when his Minister Todar Mal divided North India into administrative circles, the areas of Rohtak (as a part of Suba of Delhi) fell within the Sarkars of Delhi and Hisar firuqa. Lying close to the imperial city of Delhi, the tract which now comprises the Rohtak district was often granted in military Jagir by the Sultan and Mughal emperors to the nobles of the court. For this reason Rajput, Brahman, Afghan,& Baluch chiefs have at different times enjoyed its revenues. On the death of Bahadur Shah I (1707-12), the successor of Aurangzeb, the Mughal Empire began to decline rapidly. The areas of Rohtak frequently experienced a change of masters. The claims of Imperials were contested sometimes by the Rajputs, Jats & Sikhs and often by the Marathas. George Thomas, the protégé of a Maratha leader, Appa Kandirao, established his authority at Hansi and extended it to Meham and Rohtak for a number of years, until Sindhia and various other regional forces combined to drive him away. Sindhia was, however, not destined to hold for long his conquests to the west of the Yamuna. By the treaty of Surjit Arjungaon, signed on Dec. 30, 1803, the Rohtak area, along with the other possessions of Sindhia situated to the west of Yamuna, passed to the British and came under the administration of the North-west provinces.

The British had no intention at that time to hold large territories beyond the Yamuna. Accordingly, a number of chiefs and leaders who had done good military service against the Marathas or had at least remained neutral, were settled in this tract to form a barrier of independent outposts between the British border and the Cis-Sutlej Sikh estates as well as the trans-Sutlej rising kingdom of Ranjit Singh. Accordingly, the Jhajjar territory was given to Nawab Nijabat Ali Khan and the Baluch possessions at Bahadurgarh to his brother, Nawab Ismail Khan. Gohana & Kharkhoda-Mandothi tehsils were given to Raja Bagh Singh of Jind & Bhai Lal Singh of Kaithal as life jagirs. The villages Lohari, Patudha and Kheri Sultan in the south east corner of Jhajjar tehsil were given as a separate Jagir to Mohmad Khan son & Nawab Nijabat Ali Khan. The estates of Hassngarh, Kirhauli, Pyladgarh (Pehladpur) and Khurampur in the Sampla area were also granted to him for life. Rohtak, Beri and Meham tehsils of the present district were given to the Nawab of Dujana who resigned the major portion of the gift in A.D.1809 because it was beyond his power to manage it.

The formation of the present Rohtak district began when the gift was abandoned by the Dujana Chief. The Gohana and Kharkhoda-Mandothi estates lapsed to the British Govt. after the death of Bhai Lal Singh in A.D. 1818 and Bhagh Singh in 1820. When the Hissar district was created in the latter year, the Beri and Meham-Bhiwani tehsils were included in Hisar and the other portions of the present northern tehsils in Panipat. In 1824 the Rohtak district was formed as a separate unit consisting of Gohana, Kharkhoda-Mandothi, Rohtak, Beri and Meham -Bhiwani tehsils. The Bahadurgarh territory formed its eastern and Jhajjar its southern boundary. Until A.D. 1832, the whole area, including Rohtak, was under the resident of Delhi, but when in that year it was brought under the same regulations as the rest of North India, the resident became commissioner. The District was abolished in A.D. 1841, Gohana going to Panipat and the rest of the tehsil to Delhi, but in the very next year it was created again. Two Districts of Rohtak and Jhajjar, togather with the rest of Delhi and Hisar divisions, were detached from North-western provinces after 1857 and passed to the Punjab by the Govt. of India on 13th April, 1858. The Rohtak district remained a part of the Hisar division until 1884.

After its transfer to the Punjab, the Rohtak District experienced several changes before assuming its present form. Bahadurgarh estate was added to the Sampla tehsil, five detached village to the east going to Delhi. Jhajjar, including some areas of Narnaul, Kanaudh and Dahari, was at first created as a new district but was abolished shortly afterwards in 1860, when large parts of it were assigned to the Phulkian chief as a reward for their loyal services. While the Jhajjar tehsil itself was added to Rohtak, several Badali villages were transferred either to Delhi or Gurgoan and two deatched Jhajjar estates were given to the Raja of Jind. In the following year, the Meham tehsil was abolished and after making necessary territorial adjustments in favour of Hisar and Delhi, the rest of the area was added to the Rohtak tehsil. All these changer were completed by 1st July, 1861.

On the abolition of the Hisar Division in 1884, the Rohtak District was transferred to the Delhi division. It consisted of four tehsils—Rohtak, Gohana, Jhajjar & Sampla. But in April, 1910, Sampla tehsil was abolished for reasons of administrative economy and its area was divided between the Rohtak and Jhajjar tehsils which had remained attached to the Delhi district since the year 1861, and was added to the Rohtak district in Sept. 1912, on the separation of Delhi Territory from the Punjab. The district was then attached to the Ambala division. In 1948, Dujana State was merged into Jhajjar tehsil, and a new sub-tehsil of Nahar was created.

Thus, Rohtak district was given a share with four Tehsils i.e. Rohtak, Sonipat, Jhajjar & Gohana with Nahar & Meham as sub-tehsils of Jhajjar and Gohana tehsils respectively. The tehsil of Bahadurgarh was created in 1973 from Jhajjar tehsil. In 1973 Meham sub-tehsil was upgraded as tehsil. Sonipat tehsil was created by bifurcating the Rohtak district, and Gohana and Sonipat tehsils were allotted to Sonipat district. One more tehsil, Kosli, was created out of Jhajjar tehsil and Nahar sub-tehsil was abolished and the bifurcated Rohtak district, comprising five tehsils, namely Rohtak, Bahadurgarh, Jhajjar, Meham and Kosli and one sub-tehsil M.hail was also created. In Nov. 1989 reorganisation of districts took place and Gohana tehsil was again attached to the Rohtak district of Rewari. Three sub-tehsils of Badli ,M.hail and Beri were created again in July 1992, Gohana tehsil was again transferred to Sonipat district, and Badli sub-tehsil was abolished later on.

In July 1997, the Jhajjar district was created after bifurcating the Rohtak district into Rohtak and Jhajjar districts, and the present Rohtak District consists of Rohtak and Meham Tehsils, while Jhajjar & Bahadurgarh tehsils are in Jhajjar District. The present set up of Rohtak district is as under:

Distt. Sub Divn. SubTehsil Tehsil

Rohtak (1) Rohtak Sampla 1.Rohtak

(2) Meham 2.Meham

Block Panchayats Villages

Rohtak 55 57

Lakhan Majra 13 13

Meham 34 24

Kalanaur 24 28

Sampla 25 24

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Total:- 151 146

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Location

The district lies in the south east of Haryana state. It is bound by Jind and Sonipat districts on the north, Jhajjar district on the south, Jhajjar and Sonipat district on the east and Hisar and Bhiwani districts on the west side.

Area & population:-

The district has an area of 1668.47 square km. The population of the district as per 1991 census is 776966. The density of population is 466 per sq. kilometer. There are 146 villages and 151 panchayats in the district. The rural population is 531263 and the urban population is 245703.

As per the 1991 census, the rural population constitutes 68.38% of the total population of the district. The SC population is 145435 (18.72%) while rural SC population is 107131 (20.10%).

The economy of the distrct is primarily agriculture i.e. agrarian economy. About 51.89% of the total workers are engaged in agriculture and allied activities, 7.68% in cottage & household industries and the rest are engaged in other activities.

Out of the total geographical area of the district, 83% is under cultivation. The main crops are wheat, gram, sugarcane & bajra. There is no perennial river in the district. The underground water level is relatively high. The district is faced with the problem of brackish water and waterlogging in many parts of the district. The subsoil water depth varies from 4 to 40 feet.

Places of interest

1. Rohtak

Rohtak city is the headquarters of Rohtak Tehsil and District. It is situated on the Delhi Hisar N.H. 10. The ruins of the ancient town at Khokrakot prove that perhaps the town is as old as Indus valley Civilization as the Minar finds at Khokhrakot are typical of Indus Valley sites. It is also identified with Rohitika, mentioned in the Mahabharta. It was quite possibly the capital of Bahudhanyaka the kingdom of yaudheyas. In the vinaya of the Mulasarvasti-vadins, Jivaka is represented as taking journey from Taxila in the north west of Bhadramkara, Udumbasa, Rohitaka and Nathura in the Ganga Doab. The ancient highway carried the trade of the Ganges Valley to Taxila, passing through Rohitika to Sakala. The existence of the town during the rule of Kushanas is testified by the discovery of the Khushana Pillar Capital, decorated with carving of winged lions and riders. The Pillar capital represents the sculplor's excellence in his professional skill. An example of a lion capital of 1-2 century A.D., it resembles the lion capital in the British museum at London, famous for its inscriptions. The riders on it are similar to the riders on elephants at Karle Caves and figures at Sanchi Gateway. It is a significant example of the sculptural art of Haryana towards the beginning of the Christian era. Clay mounds of coins discovered at Khokhrakot have thrown important light on the process of casting coins in ancient India. The coin moulds of the later Yadhyayas of the 3-4 century A.D. have been discovered in large numbers here; of the same and subsequent dates are several clay sealings. A Gupta terracotta plaque and a head of later date have also been discovered. The town continued to flourish till the 10th century A.D. as coins of samanta Deva, the Hindu King of Kabul have been found here. At present, there is one university, one PGIMS, the institutes of prestige. The rewri of this town are famous.

2. Asthal Bohar

Asthal Bohar is situated 6-7 km east of Rohtak city on Rohtak-Delhi N.H. 10. The place is known for its math and ancient finds of sculptured stone idols. According to a legend, Pooran Bhagat of Sialkot and disciple of Guru Gorakhnath, came here and founded this place. After being neglected, the Math was restored in 1791 or so, when Baba Mast Nath came here. Now the Ayurvedic Degree College, Free Hospital, Business Management Institute, Engineering College and other institutions are here, being run by Math.

3. Meham

Meham town is situated 30 km west of Rohtak city on Rohtak Hisar N.H. No.10. Tradition assigns the settlement of the town to the Mahabharta period when it was a site of a big fort. Later it was re-founded by Rai Ballu, a Power Rajput, before the reign of prithi Raj Chauhan. It is said to have been destroyed by Mohammad Gauri. But this place of antiquity is not historically recovered before the reign of Akbar, when he gave it in Jagir to Shahbaz Khan, an Afghan. Later in the reign of Aurangzeb, it was snatched from Afghans by the Rajputs. Ancient monuments in the town includs a bain or baoli (well with steps leading to it) and two mosques i.e. jama Masjid and Pirzada Masjid. The baoli has 101 steps and has suites of rooms neer the well. An inscription on a marble slab records the fact that it was made by Sidu, a chobdar in A.D.1656-57. It is made of Kankar (gravel) and sandstone. It is, however, not the oldest baoli of the town, having been built to replace another one which had fallen into disuse due to change in the alignment of the Delhi Hisar Road. The new baoli is towards the south of the town, while the old one is towards the east. The jama Masjid was constructed in the time of Humayu in A.D.1531, as seen from the inscription under the pulpit stairs. Outside and over the south arch is another scription of the time of Aurangazeb, A.D. 1667-68, stating that the mosque was built by Khawaja Rahmet Ullah. Two Arabic inscriptions also show that a mosque existed there even before the reign of Humayu. The pirzada Masjid is a small Masjid towards the south of Jama Masjid built in the reign of Babar by Sheikh Yasaf of Hisar as per inscription.

Development activities

Rohtak - A Developing City

Rohtak is being developed with very fast pace, some of the development activities are listed below:

· Honorable CM Haryana announced 580 development activities under CM Announcement programme by Dec, 2005.

· Renovation of Mini Secretariat Building is being done

· E-Disha Centre is being established. This centre provides state-of-the-art services from government to citizen.

· Overpasses for railway crossing have been sanctioned. These will be constructed in the near future.

Education and research

Maharshi Dayanand University Maharshi Dayanand University is situated at a distance of 70 km northwest of Delhi on the National Highway No. 10. It is spread over a sprawling 740 acres of land on the outskirts of the historic city of Rohtak.

Named after the great social reformer and founder of Arya Samaj, Maharshi Dayanand University was established in 1976 as a residential university with the objective of promoting higher studies in the fields of environmental, ecological and life sciences and inter-disciplinary education and research. But in 1978, the unitary and residential character of the University was changed when all colleges in five districts of Haryana were affiliated with this University, and thus turning it into a teaching-cum-affiliating University.

The University during this span has grown to 27 post-graduate departments under 12 faculties with more than 350 faculty members; one Post-Graduate Regional Centre at Rewari; one maintained University College; one Directorate of Distance Education and one Computer Centre. Besides, there are 110 affiliated colleges offering courses in humanities, science, commerce and management; Post-Graduate Medical Research Institute and Dental College, Rohtak; Medical College, Agroha; State College of Engineering, Murthal; Technological Institute of Textiles, Bhiwani are among the premier affiliated institutions which form the nucleus of the University's diverse academic programmes.

The University over the years has been constantly improving the quality of education in the traditional areas of Arts, Commerce and pure Sciences. At the same time, we have not been oblivious to the rapid changes that are taking place in the sphere of technical and professional education. We have introduced a number of job-oriented courses in our University Teaching Departments and University College from the current academic session. Some of these are: :Bachelor of Information Technology (BIT)

:Bachelor of Information Sciences (BIS)

:2 Years Master's Programme in Global Business

:One year P.G. Diploma in Advt. And Media Management

:One year P.G. Diploma in Pharmaceutical Marketing

:LL.M. through Distance Education

:P.G. Diploma in Labour law and Labour Welfare through Distance Education

:P.G. Diploma in Inland Aqua Culture

:P.G. Diploma in Physical Education

:Certificate Course in Physical Education

:Complete List of Courses Offered :Master of Computer Science and Applications (MCA)

:Master of Business Administration (MBA)

Universities need to generate more points to meet the increasing cost of education and their growth to counter the receding Government support. We are in the process of evolving certain plans to meet this challenge keeping in mind the background of our students. At the same time, we are firm in our resolve not to neglect our social obligations.

The Department of Computer Science & Applications which was established some years back is fast emerging as a nucleus for diverse academic activities on the Campus. From 1994-95, after developing adequate infrastructural facilities, the department started offering a three-year Master's Programme in Computer Applications. Besides conducting formal courses, the Department of Computer Science has been providing free consultancy services to many educational institutions in developing computer labs, and has also been identified as one of the centres for conducting training of programmers for affiliating colleges by the University Grants Commission.

In a continued attempt to update educational and infrastructural facilities on the campus, the University has developed a Computer Centre and University Instrumentation Centre. The Computer Centre is extending central computing and data processing facilities and has ambitious plans to computerize major University functioning. The Instrumentation Centre is fast coming up to facilitate the centralization of major sophisticated equipment for maximum utilization by teachers, researchers and students in diverse disciplines. Equipped with hi-tech instrumental aids, computer labs, conference rooms, EDP rooms, Xerox, fax and e-mail facilities, its own In-House Management Library with over 10,000 titles, subscribing to 10 dailies and 35 national and international journals, Institute of Management Studies and Research (IMSAR) is housed in a beautifully designed building. Besides running two-year full-time and three-year part-time MBA courses, it is the only Institute in Haryana that offers a five-year integrated MBA programme to the young students who wish to opt management as their career after 10+2. To mould itself into a true 21st Century business school, the institute offers specialisation in Information Technology, international business, marketing, finance, human resource management and production.

IMSAR is further augmenting its contribution to the corporate world by introducing a two-year Masters Programme in Global Business Management, a one-year P.G. Diploma in Advertising and Media Management, and a one-year P.G. Diploma in Pharmaceutical Marketing through Distance Education. Development of the students' personality and their exposure to the real corporate world has been identified as the area of strategic focus at IMSAR, and as a result the Institute is legitimately proud of the fact that its products over the years are holding fairly senior executive positions in various organisations of repute.

To satisfy the long-standing demand of the people of Haryana, the University has also established the Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, which is meeting the requirements of the fast-emerging pharmaceutical sector in the country. Continuing with the process, the University has constituted a committee of senior faculty members from various faculties to explore the possibilities, and suggest the introduction of market-oriented new courses in various disciplines. On the recommendations of the committee, from the current academic session, the University has started two new courses in the area of Information Technology in the University College, three courses in the area of management science through distance education and a Certificate Course in the area of physical education. Our endeavor in this direction is to make our product competent enough to handle the challenges of today's highly competitive, complex and dynamic corporate world.

Apart from running LL.M. and LL.B. three-year courses and a Post Graduate Diploma in Labour Law, the faculty of law has been the pioneer in introducing a five-year Integrated Course of LL.B. in 1983, which has been the subsequently followed by various universities of the country. Since its inception the faculty has earned many distinctions in teaching, extracurricular activities and rendering extension services. Under the legal aid programme, hundreds of legal aid camps and workshops have been organised in remote areas of the State. Excellence in cultural and youth activities has brought laurels in national level competitions. Our team has the distinction of winning first prize in the first National Model Youth Parliament competition organized by the Govt. of India in 1998. In the second National Level competition of Model Youth Parliament, the team won the merit trophy. Our students have proved their worth in Indian civil services as well as judicial services. The Faculty of Law has a rich collection of 26,000 books in its library and it is regularly publishing its own MDU Law Journal on an annual basis. In addition to traditional Post-Graduate Courses, the University is already running such courses as that of Journalism and Mass Communication, Rural Development, and Defence & Strategic Studies.

Keeping in view the spirit of Open University System and in accordance with the National Policy of Education, which lays emphasis on continuing and distance education, Maharshi Dayanand University is running various undergraduate and post-graduate courses through correspondence since 1988. For the purpose of providing quality education and also to make the courses comparable at national and international level, the status of Directorate of Correspondence was upgraded to Directorate of Distance Education.

Encouraged by the successful implementation and completion of B.Ed., M.Ed and other programmes for the last many years, the University has also decided to start various professional courses w.e.f. the current academic session. Besides running these courses, the Directorate is also planning to organise seminars, workshops and conferences for improving the quality of distance education.

With the University maturing into greater all-round activity in all spheres, the academic and research activities on the campus have acquired a new thrust. Under the teachers exchange programme, eminent scholars have visited various departments for extension lectures. Some of our faculty members have visited other universities and abroad on various fellowships/exchange programmes. There has been a constant exposure of our faculty through participation in national/international seminars/conferences in India and abroad.

During the previous academic session, seminars/conferences of the national and international level were organised by various departments on the campus. A one-day National Seminar on 'Various Aspects of the Pauranik Literature' was organised by the Department of Sanskrit, Pali & Prakrit. The Department of Commerce organised a one-day Seminar on 'Stock Market Operations - Emerging Issues and Aspects'. The Department of Economics organised a two-day National Conference on 'Green Revolution, Technology and Sustainable Development in India'. The Department of Public Administration organised a two-day National Seminar on 'New Challenges before Public Administration in India'. Department of Sociology organised a two-day conference on 'Patterns and Problems of Social Transformation in North-West India'. A two-day National Conference on 'Managerial Responses to Corporate Sector in the New Millennium' was organised in February 2000 by the Institute of Management Studies and Research in which more than 100 distinguished scholars and executives from various universities and the corporate sector participated. The Department of Chemistry conducted a two-day National Seminar on 'Analytical Methods in Industry & Labs'. A two-day National Conference was organised by the Department of Bio-Sciences on 'Utilisation of Saline Soil for Aquaculture' in collaboration with the Central Institute for Fisheries Education, Versova, and Mumbai. About 70 scientists and 60 fish farmers participated. 40 research papers were presented and 15 lectures were delivered, and prizes were awarded for highest production of fish per hectare to farmers. Likewise, almost every department organised various activities like lecture series, workshops, exhibition, quiz contests, debates, extension lectures etc. during the previous academic session.

In terms of achievements, the University can be justly proud of its track record in all fields. Its alumni are well placed in various walks of life—an asset we intend exploring for betterment of the institution. Some reputable companies like Tata Consultancy Services are regularly conducting campus interviews. In the field of extracurricular activities we offer our students substantial variety. The student in turn has done us proud.

The University teachers have been regularly publishing research articles in prestigious national and/or international journals and magazines. They have been granted a large number of major/minor research projects by various agencies apart from U.G.C. Teachers in various departments have also published a number of books in various disciplines. The fact that more than 300 research scholars have been awarded Ph.D. degrees in various disciplines since the last convocation in 1998 speaks of the volume of research work being done in the University. Owing to space and time limitations the details of these research works publications, unfortunately cannot be provided.

The Library in a University campus forms the nucleus of all academic activities. Maharshi Dayanand University Library offers excellent facilities with a seating capacity for 650 readers at a time and 24 cubicles for University teachers and researchers. Equipped with nearly two Lac documents, 600 Indian and foreign journals, three reading halls, two seminar halls, a spacious Committee Room, it is rightfully the hub of all academic activities. In the process of modernising, the functioning of the library is being computerized. Various services like biographic services, reprographic services, inter-library loan facilities, a Xerox facility, e-mail and Internet facilities are made available to the users of the library.

In addition to beautiful playgrounds and massive sports infrastructure, a major attraction on the campus is the Swimming Pool of national standard. In sports our students have achieved commendable positions in various games at the national level. During the previous academic session our University won the All India Inter-University Championship in Wrestling, Yoga (women), Softball and Boxing. Our Yoga (men) and Kabaddi (men) teams did well to win second position in the All India Inter-University Championship. Our Cross Country (Men) team have also obtained 3rd place in the All India Inter-University Championship. Besides excellent team performances, our players brought laurels to the University by winning individual positions. Sandeep and Sajjan Pal of Govt. College, Dujana won Gold Medals and Shri Pal and Naveen Dahiya of C.R.A. College, Sonepat secured Silver Medals in All India Inter-University competition in wrestling. Our students Sunita Dahiya and Babita of Hindu Girls College,Sonepat and Sandeep and Manbir of Vaish College,Bhiwani have been decorated with Gold Medals in All India Inter-University Championship. In total 30 students of our University have received gold, silver and bronze medals at various Inter-University and National Championships. We have been regularly winning a number of medals in the Inter University Championships. Two of our athletes have represented India in boxing and hockey.

The University has set up a special SC/ST Cell for the upliftment of SC/ST/other reserved category candidates. The Cell is making earnest efforts for effective implementation of the policies and programmes relating to appointments, promotions, admissions etc of SC/ST candidates. All the policies and programmes of the UGC/Govt. of India/State Govt. received from time to time are fully implemented and all related information is displayed at prominent places to help the reserved category candidates.

To sum up, the campus presents a magnificent architectural and aesthetic delight with a modern three-storeyed library building, flanked by science blocks to its right and the prestigious Institute of Management Studies and Research and Faculty of Law to its left. A new Arts Faculty adorns the space in between. Indira Gandhi Vidya Bhawan houses various languages and social sciences departments. Together with the imposing structures of the Administrative Office and Vice-Chancellor's office, the whole complex lends additional grace to the physical landscape. The campus provides many other infrastructural facilities and essential amenities for community living like a Faculty House, Health Centre, shopping complex, bank, huge playing fields and Sports Complex, Yagyashala, six hostels for boys and girls, a botanical garden, a Rose Garden and a Campus School. A large number of residential houses for all categories of teaching and non-teaching employees ensure pulsating corporate life on the campus.

Due to the limitation of time, it is not possible to recount all the details of our achievements in the area of development, research, conferences, cultural activities and sports etc. We have had our share of trials and tribulations but with the commendable cooperation of the members of the faculty, the students and all the employees of the University as well as the people of this area, we have been able to make significant headway in our plans of bringing this University at par with the best in the country.

Colleges and institutions affiliated to/maintained by Maharshi Dayanand University, Rohtak

District Rohtak1. S.J.K. College, Kalanaur2. M.K.J.K. College, Rohtak3. G.B. Degree College, Rohtak4. A.I.J.H.M. College, Rohtak5. University College, Rohtak6. Govt. College for Women, Rohtak7. L.N. Hindu College, Rohtak8. Vaish College, Rohtak9. G.B. Ay. College, Rohtak10. C.R. College of Education, Rohtak11. Vaish College of Education, Rohtak12. G.B. College of Education, Rohtak13. Shri M.N. Ay. College, Asthal Bohar14. Govt. College, Meham15. Pt. B.D. Sharma PGIMS, Rohtak16. Dental College, Rohtak17. Vaish Mahila Mahavidyala, Rohtak18. Shri Baba Mastnath Institute of Mgt. Studies & Research, Asthal Bohar19. Haryana College, Rohtak20. Shri Baba Mastnath Dental College, Asthal Bohar21. Vaish College of Engineering, Rohtak22. Shri Baba Mastnath College of Modern Sciences, Asthal Bohar23. Shri Baba Mastnath Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences & Research, Asthal Bohar24. Shri Baba Mastnath Engg. College, Asthal Bohar25. M.R. DAV Institute of Mgt. Studies, 5th K.M Stone ,Rohtak Sonepat road ,Rohtak 124023.26. [http://www.riem.in Rohtak Institute Of Engineering & Management] , 5 km, Rohtak Panipat Road, NH-71, Rohtak

District Bhiwani1. Adarsh Mahila Mahavidhyala, Bhiwani2. J.V.M.G.R.R. College, Charkhi-Dadri3. Appejay Saraswati College of Girls, Charkhi-Dadri4. Vaish College, Bhiwani5. Govt. College, Bhiwani6. K.M. College of Education, Bhiwani7. M.L.R.S. College of Education, Charkhi-Dadri8. Govt. College of Education, Bhiwani9. Govt. College, Loharu10. B.L. Jindal Suiwala College, Tosham11. Govt. College, Baund Kalan12. Seth Megh Raj Jindal Govt. College, Siwani13. T.I.T. & S. Bhiwani14. Kedarnath Aggarwal Institute of Management, Charkhi Dadri15. B.R.C.M. College of Engineering, Behal16. J.V.M.G.R.R. Institute of Computer Application Charkhi Dadri

District Faridabad1. Aggarwal College, Ballabgarh2. Govt. College, Hodal3. Pt. J.L. Nehru Govt. College, Faridabad4. Govt. College, Tigaon5. D.N. College for Women, Faridabad6. G.G.D.S.D. College, Palwal7. Saraswati Mahila College, Palwal8. Shiv College of Education, Tigaon9. Govt. Girls College, Faridabad10. Maharani Kishori Memorial Kanya Mahavidyala, Hodal11. Mohta Institute for management Studies, Faridabad12. Institute of Management & Technology, Ballabgarh13. YMCA Institute of Engineering, Faridabad14. Career Institute of Mgt. & Tech., Faridabad15. D.A.V. Institute of Mgt., Faridabad16. Lingaya's Institute of Mgt. & Tech., Faridabad17. Appejay Eng. College, Sohna (Camp Office Appejay School, Sector-15, Faridabad)18. Al.Flah School of Engineering, Vill. Dhauj, Sohna Road, Faridabad

District Gurgaon1. Govt. College, Sidhrawali2. R.L.S. College of Education, Sidhrawali3. Govt. College, Gurgaon4. Dronacharya College, Gurgaon5. Govt. College, Nagina6. N.B.G.S.M. College, Sohna7. Y.M.D. College, Nuh8. Govt. College, Jatauli Hailey Mandi9. H.L. Goyal Govt. College, Tauru10. Shri Shanti Sagar Jain Kanya Mahavidyala, Ferozepur-Zhirka11. Institute of Mgt. & Technology, Gurgaon12. Dronacharya College of Engineering, Farukhnagar13. Anupma College of Engg., Gurgaon14. Amity Business School, Manesar

District Jhajjar1. Govt. College, Dujana2. Govt. College, Dubaldhan3. Govt. College, Jhajjar4. Govt. College, Bahadurgarh5. Vaish Arya Kanya Mahavidyala, Bahadurgarh6. Vaish Arya College of Education, Bahadurgarh7. MA College for Women, Jhajjar8. PDM College of Engineering ,Sarai Aurangabad, Bahadurgarh

District Mohindergarh1. Govt. College, Narnaul2. Govt. College, Mohindergarh3. Govt. College, Ateli4. Govt. College, Nangal Chaudhary5. Govt. College for Women, Narnaul6. Govt. College Krishna Nagar, Narnaul7. Govt. College of Education, Narnaul

District Rewari1. Govt. College, Bawal2. K.L.P. College Rewari3. Shri Krishna College, Kanwali4. S.P. College of Education, Rewari5. R.B.S. College of Education, Rewari6. Public Girls College, Rewari7. Ahir College, Rewari8. Govt. College, Nahar9. D.A.V. Girls College Kosli

District Sonepat1. B.P.S.M. College for Girls, Khanpur Kalan2. B.P.S.M. Mahilla Ay. College, Khanpur Kalan3. B.P.S.M. College of Education, Khanpur Kalan4. C.R.A. College, Sonepat5. Govt. College, Gohana6. Hindu College, Sonepat7. Hindu College for Girls, Sonepat8. T.R. College of Education, Sonepat9. G.V.M. Girls College, Sonepat10. Hindu College of Education, Sonepat11. T.R. Girls College, Sonepat12. Kanya Mahavidyala, Kharkhoda13. Shambhu Dayal Kanya Mahavidyala, Sonepat14. C.R. State College of Engineering, Murthal15. Hindu College of Pharmacy, Sonepat16. Hindu College of Mgt., Sonepat17. Hindu College of Engg. Sonepat18. B.M. Institute of Engg. Sonepat District Hissar1. Maharaja Aggarsen Institute of Medical Research & Education, Agroha

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