Personality development of the students through NSS and NCC.
Janta Vedic College Baraut (Affiliated to Chaudhary Charan Singh University Meerut) is a premier institution of North India. It is located in a semi-urban area surrounded by rural area and committed to the education and development of the peasantry. It has been imparting quality education in Arts, Science and Agriculture for over ten decades making significant contribution to social, cultural, economical and intellectual development of the community. It is managed and maintained by the Jat Shiksha Sabha a registered society and its parent body.
Since its modest beginning as a Vedic High School in 1917, the college now imparts education in 12 subjects at UG level, 17 subjects at PG level and undertakes research in 15 subjects for Ph.D. The college receives regular and special development grants from the UGC and it is well equipped with WI-FI internet connection; INFLIBNET and other modern learning resources. Modern teaching methods are used for class- room teaching.
The college has always been in an expansion mode to meet the increasing demand of vocational education. Industrial Chemistry, Microbiology, Biotechnology and Bioinformatics are recently added self-financed vocational courses.
It is a matter of immense pride and pleasure for me to welcome you all 'virtually' to Janta Vedic College, Baraut, Baghpat. The college is accredited by National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) with Grade 'A' CGPA 3.39 in its 62nd executive meeting dated 5/01/2013, and conferred as College with Potential for Excellence (CPE) status by UGC in 2016.
The college was established long time back in 1917, initially as "Jat Vedic High School" by the collective efforts of the then poor peasantry of the region. It was established with a motive to fulfil vital necessity of science and agriculture education in the locality. The people of the region having a deep faith in Arya Samaj came together, formed a society named Jat Shiksha Sabha and got it registered in 1920 under Society Registration Act.
It gives me great pleasure to report that Janta Vedic College Baraut has been steadily growing and expanding since its founding as Jat Vedic High School in 1917 to meet the demand for higher education in this rural region of western Uttar Pradesh, which is rich in agricultural land and other natural resources. Our foresighted ancestors planted a little sapling on this site 90 years ago, and it has since grown into a large banyan tree with four branches, the other three being Janta Vedic Inter College, Janta Vedic Modern School and Industrial Training Institute, Baraut. Our four educational institutions are the first ones in the region, and they are all close to one another. With approximately 22,000 life members, the Jat Siksha Sabha, a registered organisation and a body that mostly represents the farming community of this region, manages and maintains these three schools to form a sizable educational complex in Baraut. These institutions have a great deal to do with our combined efforts and mutual cooperation. Excellence in all spheres, not just academic achievement, is our goal. In an effort to broaden the range of opportunities available to our students, we have worked to provide job-oriented vocational education since the rate of growing unemployment among educated youth has become a source of significant worry recently. Our great visionary leaders, like the late Choudhary Charan Singh, who felt that strict discipline and excellent moral character are the foundation stones of education, set the ideas and ideology that are upheld by our institutions. Our focus has always been on upholding adequate discipline and developing the pupils' moral character. We are also committed to developing the best talent among our students by encouraging them to take on difficult coursework and extracurricular activities and by offering them all the support they need based on their individual needs. Excellence in all spheres, not just academic achievement, is our goal. Although the growing rate of unemployment among educated youth has recently become a source of greater worry, Our goal has been to give job-oriented vocational education to our students to broaden their employment options since the soaring unemployment rate among educated youth has become a source of significant worry recently.
President, Janta Vedic College, Baraut
I am happy to note that from its founding as Jat Vedic High School in 1917, Janta Vedic College Baraut has been satisfying the ambitions of higher education in this rural region of western Uttar Pradesh with extremely fertile agricultural land. More natural resources are being added, and it is progressively growing. A small sapling was planted in our nation 90 years ago by the visionary ancestors of our grandparents. Since then, it has grown into a giant banyan tree and divided into three complete educational institutions: Janata Vedic Inter College, Baraut, and Industrial Training Institute, Baraut. Our three educational institutions are all well-known in the area and are situated close to one another. The Jat Shiksha Sabha, a registered society and a representative body of the farming community in the area, is in charge of managing and maintaining the large educational complex in Baraut that is made up of these three institutions and is in charge of providing almost 22,000 Gains in strength and knowledge. Lifetime member. Because of our teamwork and cooperation, these institutions have come a long way. Visionary visionaries, like the late Chaudhary Charan Singh, who believed that rigid discipline and excellent moral character were the cornerstones of education, formed the ideals and ideology of our institutions. For us, developing good moral character and appropriate discipline in the students has always been a top concern.
Additionally, we are dedicated to giving our best students every advantage possible by exposing them to challenging curriculum and extracurricular activities on a merit-based basis. Greatness in all spheres, not just academics, is what we aspire to. Our goal is to provide job-oriented vocational education to our students in order to increase their career options, as rising unemployment among educated youth has been a serious concern in recent years. Courses like M.A. in Geography, B.P.Ed, Bioinformatics, Microbiology, and Industrial Chemistry, which were recently developed as undergraduate and graduate programmes, clearly have the goal of placing educated youth in occupations. Many more professional programmes, including the M.A. in English, LLB, and the M.P.Ed, will be added in the upcoming years.For us, developing good moral character and appropriate discipline in the students has always been a top concern.
Secretary, Janta Vedic College, Baraut
Rules of admission are as per CCS University rules. All rules and policy of reservation is followed as per U.P. Government norms. For the session of 2021-22 there shall be online registration by the university and the admissions will be on the basis of merit, controlled by the university.
It has around one lakh books under lending, text books and reference books with 65000 titles.
holistic all-round development of personality.
Janta Vedic College
Baraut (Baghpat), Uttar Pradesh (INDIA)