Ch Chhotu Ram PG College, Muzaffarnagar

 
Ch Chhotu Ram PG College, Muzaffarnagar
City Muzaffarnagar, Uttar Pradesh, India
Established 1959
Affiliated to Chaudhary Charan Singh University: Meerut University, Meerut
Phone 0131-2621744
Fax 0131-2621964
Email [email protected]
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Ch Chhotu Ram PG College, Muzaffarnagar was established in the year 1959, Ch Chhotu Ram PG College, Muzaffarnagar is affiliated to Chaudhary Charan Singh University: Meerut University, Meerut

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    Ch. Chhotu Ram (P.G.) College, Muzaffarnagar established in 1959, is having a green and beautiful campus of 5.4 acres and about 326 bigha agricultural lands. The college is situated at circular road of Muzaffarnagar headquarter. The college is affiliated to Ch. Charan Singh University, Meerut. The college is having well equipped laboratories, rich computerized library, sound sports facilities and internet facility. The college is imparting education to rural and urban population in Agriculture, Science and Commerce. The college provides a congenial atmosphere for the higher academic pursuits and research facility in Botany and Chemistry in faculty of science and Agronomy, Agricultural chemistry, Horticulture, Agricultural Economics, Agricultural Extension, Agricultural Botany, Plant Pathology and Entomology in faculty of Agriculture.

    Management Committee
    The College is managed under the visionary guidance of the management committee under the parent body “The Ch. Chhoturam College Managing Committee, Muzaffarnagar”. At present, Sh. Katar Singh Baliyan (President) and Sh. Brijpal Singh (Secretary) are managing the affairs of the college.

    History
    Ch. Chhotu Ram (P.G.) CollegeThe institution was established in 1910 as JAT HOSTEL to provide residential facilities to the rural students. Ch. Chhotu Ram ji visited Muzaffarnagar on 2nd January 1935 and addressed a large gathering here in the hostel. He suggested the management of the hostel to start a school to provide education to students of rural background along with the hostel facilities. On the same day, foundation of middle school was laid down, which was raised to Jat High school in 1937. In 1944, it was upgraded into intermediate college in arts, science and agriculture classes. In 1359 degree classes in Agriculture faculty were started under affiliation with Agra University. In 1968, at the time of establishment of Meerut University, beside agriculture faculty science faculty was also started with B.Sc. classes in Biology group. In 1970, B.Sc. Maths classes were started. In 1983, the college developed into postgraduate college with M.Sc.Ag. classes in Agricultural chemistry and Horticulture. Later on in year 2000, postgraduate classes in Agronomy (agriculture faculty) and botany (science faculty) were started. In 2004, Commerce faculty was started with B.com. classes and at present proposal of permanent affiliation of B.com. classes is lying with the state government.

    About : Honorable Ch. Chhotu Ram ji

    Childhood
    Chhotu Ram was born on 24 November 1881 in Ohlan clan of Jat Hindu family in village Garhi Sampla of district Rohtak in present day Haryana, India. His parents were Chaudhari Sukhiram Ohlan and Sarla Devi. His childhood name was Ramrachhpal.

    Education
    Chhotu Ram started primary school in Jan 1891. He studied at middle school in Jhajjar, 12 miles from his village. He left Jhajjar to be enrolled in the Christian Mission School in Delhi. He passed his intermediate examination in 1903 and then enrolled in St Stephens College from where he graduated in 1905 with distinction in Sanskrit as his main subject, which he chose rather than English. In 1907 he organized a mass meeting of Jat Mahasabha in Muzaffarnagar. He gained his LLB from Agra College in 1910 and began practice as advocate in 1912. He started Jat-Anglo Sanskrit School on 26 March 1913 in Rohtak. He joined National Congress in 1916. Sir Chhotu Ram worked as the president of the Rohtak District Congress Committee from 1916 to 1920.
    A Messiah of farmers
    After 1920, Sir Chhotu Ram tried to create a non-sectarian peasant group consciousness. He formed in 1923 the Unionist Party (Zamindara League); a cross-communal alliance of Hindu Jats and Muslim agriculturists committed to the Land Alienation. The Punjab Alienation of Land Act was passed in 1901 (Sir Chhotu Ram Act). He realized that if the Punjab peasantry were freed from two basic constraints of deprivation of the full right of land for reasons of indebtedness and lack of irrigation facilities, their socioeconomic conditions would improve tremendously.

    He created a Unionist Party which won elections in 1935, forming Provincial government in the capital Lahore. As revenue minister he brought in changes in the law to stop the practice of usury (charging interest on interest) and thus was able to remove the scourage of money-lenders who were exploiting the farmers.As a mark of gratitude the Jats even today call him "Chhota Ram" (Little Rama).

    Sir Chhotu Ram was the person who initially approved the Bhakhra Dam Scheme . He got an agreement between the Maharaja of Bilaspur, in whose territory the waters of river Sutlej were to be impounded. And the Punjab Government signed only a few weeks before he died on January 9, 1945. He laid the foundation of the 'Green Revolution' and the socioeconomic prosperity of the region, which is evident today. He saw the peasant as the agent as well as the beneficiary of the change.
    Political views
    Sir Chhotu Ram was greatly influenced by the forceful poetry of Dr. Mohammad Iqbal. He studied Geeta and was very much influenced by its philosophy. There are many instances, which represent his value for education and compassion for the poor. A substantial Portion of his salary as minister was set aside for scholarships and stipends to bright poor students. A large number of students have completed their studies with assistance received from Sir Chhotu Ram and have made their mark in the life and are in high positions.

    Sir Chottu Ram collected a large amount of funds for the victims of earth quake of 1934. He moved from village to village. Earlier in 1933 he had raised funds for the flood victims of Rohtak town, along pandit Shri Ram Sharma. Any surplus funds available were diverted to Bihar. For him every part of India was equally dear as his own native place.
    Sir Chhotu Ram will be remembered for what he did for the society at large, on lasting basis. The enactment of the two golden agrarian laws was mainly his contribution. These were the Punjab relief indebtedness Act in 1934 and the Punjab Debtor's Protection Act in 1936, which emancipated the peasants from the clutches of the moneylenders and restored the right of land to the tiller. He was benevolent par excellence a Good Samaritan.

    Sir Chhotu Ram was one of the most enlightened leaders in modern Haryana. He was a thinker, fine orator and a prolific writer Indian Govt. has issued a commemorative stamp on Sir Chhoturam on 9 January 1995.

    Address:
    Ch. Chhotu Ram (P.G.) College,
    Circular Road,
    Muzaffarnagar-251001

    Phone Number: 0131-2621744

    Fax Number: 0131-2621964

    Email: [email protected]

    Website: http://www.ccrpgcollege.com

    Ch Chhotu Ram PG College, Muzaffarnagar offers various graduate courses as well as Post Graduate courses.

    Bachelors Degree Courses

    Bachelor of Science (BSc Agriculture)

    Ch. Chhotu Ram (P.G.) College, Muzaffarnagar offers 3 Years Full Time Bachelors Degree in B.Sc Agriculture

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    Bachelor of Science (BSc Horticulture)

    Ch. Chhotu Ram (P.G.) College, Muzaffarnagar offers 3 Years Full Time Bachelors Degree in B.Sc Horticulture

    View Details Duration: 3 Years    Learning Mode: Full Time    Course Level: Bachelors Degree

    Masters Degree Courses

    Master of Science (MSc Agriculture)

    Ch. Chhotu Ram (P.G.) College, Muzaffarnagar offers 2 Years Full Time Masters Degree in M.Sc Agriculture

    View Details Duration: 2 Years    Learning Mode: Full Time    Course Level: Masters Degree

    Master of Science (MSc Agronomy)

    Ch. Chhotu Ram (P.G.) College, Muzaffarnagar offers 2 Years Full Time Masters Degree in M.Sc Agronomy

    View Details Duration: 2 Years    Learning Mode: Full Time    Course Level: Masters Degree

    Master of Science (MSc Soil Science & Agricultural Chemistry)

    Ch. Chhotu Ram (P.G.) College, Muzaffarnagar offers 2 Years Full Time Masters Degree in M.Sc Soil Science & Agricultural Chemistry

    View Details Duration: 2 Years    Learning Mode: Full Time    Course Level: Masters Degree
     
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        Generations of past students, both male and female, are proud to be known and enjoy maintaining their connection with the college and each other. Please write to [email protected] with link of existing almuni group, or request for creation of group.