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Highlights National Conference on Sustainable Development and Geospatial Technology will be held on Oct 20-21, 2018 by Department of Geography      • An International Conference on Advances in Basic Sciences will be held on February 7-9, 2019      • 254 University Merit Positions      • A National Seminar on “Present Indian's Security & Foreign Policy” was held on 13-14 April, 2018 successfully.      • 6th Annual Day Function of the college was held on 4th Oct 2017 successfully      • 18 Students of Postgraduate courses got university merit positions in December,2016 Examinations      • 73 Students of Postgraduate courses got university merit positions in Dec. 2015 Examinations      • 7 Students of Undergraduate courses got university merit positions in May. 2016 Examinations      • 11 Students of B.Com. got university merit position in May 2015 Examinations      • 33 Students of Postgraduate courses got university merit positions in May,2016 Examinations      • A National Seminar on “India’s Foreign Policy: Emerging Challenges” was organized on 25-26 March, 2017 Successfully      • Vimarsh- The literary platform of the college is going to organise a debate competition on April, 2017      • A Seven day special Camp was organized by NSS unit of the college from 20 December To 26 December, 2016      • Nepathya- A platform to enhance the creativity of the students organised a Wall Painting Competition      • Seminar on oil and gas conservation was held on 30 January, 2017      • Transportaiton Facility available from Bhiwani, Hisar,Tosham, Badhra & Jui.These three village Kudal,Kalali & Mandholi Khurd are included in college bus route from this session (2017-18)     
There was a long pending demand of the people of Bahal and surrounding villages within a radius of about 60 kms for opening a co educational degree college as it was not possible for the parents to send their wards at far off places for getting higher studies and consequently their wards used to get deprived of the opportunity of getting higher education. This demand of the people could not even be meted out at the state govt. level despite of strenuous efforts due to financial...
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