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With a view to impart quality based education to the local populace and ardent group of the dignitaries on the behest of Sri Rameshwar Roy, ex-Librarian, B.R.A. Bihar University, Muzaffarpur, gathered at a meeting at the residence of Late (Dr.) D.R. Yadav, a well known Physician of Samastipur. The prominent participants present included Sri Yugeshwar Roy - Jitwarpur, Sri Dhanuki Roy - Advocate, Sri Ram Prawesh Roy - Chhatauna, Sri Mahvir Rout - ex-MLA; Late Ramchandra Roy – Dharampur and Late ParmeshwarChoudhary - ex-Chairman, Samastipur Municipality. In the meeting it was resolved to establish a College in the name of great Economist, prominent Leader and above all an Educationist, Sri Bali Ram Bhagat. Thus the College came into existence on the 7th of August, 1969 but had neither land nor fund. The meeting also formed first Governing Body (GB) comprising of Late Dr. D.R. Yadav as President and Rameshwar Roy Secretary. For about six months the College faced great hardship on all fronts but with the arrival of Sri Bali Ram Bhagat at the helm things began to work out for the better. The the then Member of Parliament, Samastipur, Sri Yamuna Prasad Mandalwas made Secretary and Dr. Surendra Prasad appointed as Prof-in-charge of the College. It was during this period that the College was granted its first affiliation under the Bihar University, Muzaffarpur for the session 1970-71 enabling the College to start teaching work at Graduation level in Arts and Intermediate level in Science and Commerce from June 1970. In 1973 the College, till then running in the premises of Sri Krishna School, Jitwarpur, shifted to its present locale on the piece of land donated by Late Saryug Prasad, the the then Mukhiya of Mohanpur. Sri Karpoori Thakur ex-Chief Minister of Bihar helped in the lease settlement of land lying in an around the donated land with the District and State Administration.


Bali Ram Bhgat College to day, thus is a Constituent Unit of Lalit Narayan Mithila University, Kameshwar Nagar, Darbhanga imparting education till Honors level in Arts, Science and Commerce. A multi-faculty co-ed institution, the College, till date maintains a distinguish place in the University. Situated on the South-West end of Samastipur on the main road leading to Patna, the college has a very refined walled campus comprising of about 6 acres of land with beautiful, natural pond at the centre. Based on the outskirts of Samastpur town the college enjoys the natural open environment coupled with the Urban facility. Its strategic location attracts students from both the Urban and Rural surroundings. It is registered under Section 2(f) of the UGC Act and is receiving grants from the University Grants Commission under various schemes and was Accredited by NAAC. Today the college has a well defined Science Block with latest Lab facility full of requisite equipment; a well stacked Library with about 50,000 Books and Journals with separate Reading Section for students and teachers; Common Room for Boys and Girls and a huge Cycle Stand within its campus.

To educate and uplift the Backward and Down-trodden and to instill a feeling of security among them.

Objectives :

To promote / inculcate
• Communal Harmony
• Discipline
• Scientific fervor
leading to Excellence and Universal Brotherhood

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