History

Maharani Shri Jaya Govt. PG College is one of the oldest colleges of Eastern Rajasthan. The college is spread in about 50 acres of land. The constructed area is about 10,000 square meters. More than 7000 students are studying in the college presently and there are 170 sanctioned posts for assistant Professors. Affiliated with the Maharaja Surajmal Brij University, Bharatpur the college has 18 departments in Art, Science and Commerce faculties. The college provides UG courses in all the 18 departments and PG courses in all the departments leaving Public Administration. Research facility is available in all the departments. 

 From this session, the college is also going to begin a self employment oriented programme named CAT (Certificate in Accounting Technician). The college has also been a pioneer in co-curricular and extra curricular activities.  Students of the college have been awarded in various division and state level competitions. Presently four units in National Service Scheme, two units in National Cadet Core, Rover/Ranger (Scout) and YDC are being run successfully in the college. Games and cultural activities are also held. Student¬ players of the college have fared well in wrestling and boxing at state level.

 NCC cadets of the college have been awarded many times at national and international level. The college was established as an intermediate college on 7th August, 1941 by Maharaja Sawai Shri Brijendra Singh Ji in honour of his wife Maharani Shri Jaya. Initially courses in Arts and Science streams were provided. The college was promoted to PG level in the year 1947. UG courses were commenced in Science and Commerce respectively in 1956 and 1958. B.A. Honours in Political Science started in 1964. PG courses in Chemistry began in 1969, Hindi &: Physic in 1970, Philosophy and Commerce in 1971. LLB classes started in 1972. PG Courses started in Economics in 1975, Zoology in 1976, Political Science &: History in 1978, Geography in 1980, English, Sanskrit &: Botany in 1981, Mathematics in 1984 and Sociology in 1994. In B.Sc. (Mathematics), Electronics was added as an optional subject in 1995. In the session 2009~10, Public Administration was added at UG level.

BEST PRACTICES


GREEN INITIATIVES IN COLLEGE CAMPUS

Enviromental degradation is the major issue throughout the world. Indian culture and traditions had alwaysbeen aware and motivational towards the management and conservation of flora and fauna for thesustainable development of mother earth. PG students and staff members have taken initiative forplantation in campus. Each PG student has been given charge of a particular plant. He/she waters it andtakes care of it. When he leaves the college after the completion of his study, the newly entered boy isgiven charge of the particular tree. Plantation and environmental awareness committee, NSS, NCC andYDC monitor this process and provide necessary help and guidance to the Students.
2. GOAL
Inculcating Indian values in students.
Making them aware of the advantages of plantation.
Making students think that environment saving efforts need to be carried out by every generation.

3. CONTEXT:

College wants to utilize the potential of youth for environment protection.
Most of the boys are from rural background and have good knowledge about how to take care ofthe tree.
Using the leisure time of boys for a healthy purpose.

4. PRACTICE:

Students of M.Sc. Zoology (Final and Previous year) participate in plantation programme under the aegisof Zoology association by contributing their efforts in growing plants. Discarded/preserved animalcontainers are cut apart and used as tree planters. Abandoned sinks are also sealed and used as planters.
Few perennial trees like Margosa, Banyan, Ficus, and Karanj are also planted in tree guards. Usuallyadmissions are done during rainy season. Faculty members of different departments, NSS/NCC/YDCofficers and senior boys introduce the newly admitted students of the college to this practice. They areguided and provided the required help. Boys water trees at regular interval and thus contribute toenvironmental protection.

5. EVIDENCE OF SUCCESS:

Trees have grown up now, and Jaya Park, Bhagat Singh Park and Botanical Garden have been developedand maintained duly. The practice has motivated the other students as well and they make small efforts ontheir own to save the environment. Students are acquainted of the need to protect the environment through the activities conducted by various committees.

6. PROBLEMS ENCOUNTERED AND RESOURCES REQUIRED:
The whole process is based on self-motivation. The trees are donated by the Forest Department. The treeguards have been donated by Shree Cement Ltd., a leading local company.


PREPARATION OF GARBAGE ENZYME
AN ENVIRONMENT FRIENDLY FERTILIZER

Mother earth is getting warmer day by day, due to the depletion of ozone blanket & green house effect. Inpresent era, garbage enzyme seems to be a most effective way to fight these challenges because during theproduction of this ecofriendly enzyme, Ozone, Nitrates, Carbon dioxide are generated, which reduce green
house gases & heavy metals trapped in atmosphere, thus bringing down the global temperature.

CONTEXT-
Keeping in view the alarming situation of increasing pollutions & depleting soil profile, students arebriefed about an alternative to enrich our soil and generate an alternative which could well substitute a fewchemicals from our daily life. This enzyme uses daily Kitchen vegetable & fruit peels and a little amountof brown sugar which is well affordable by everyone & needs negligible efforts to prepare; hence theproject is chosen by the students of our Zoology Association. Involvement of youth is wisely done so asto spread the knowledge of this environmental friendly enzyme among common man.
PRACTICE-
Students of M.Sc. and faculty members initiated the project on 9th November 2016. A container of 50 kgwas taken as pilot sample, which was followed by a poly tank of 500 liters. Garbage enzyme was preparedby using jaggery sugar, fresh kitchen wastes [fruits & vegetable peels] & water. The ratio of these three
ingredients was 1:3:10. All the contents were put in a broad mouth container and stirred well daily for firstthirty days. Later, the container was tightly packed and left undisturbed for next 60 days.The fermented contents were filtered to remove residue. The residue was used as fertilizer while the filtrate was used for fertilizer, as insecticide, as deodorant, for vegetable wash, as floor cleaner and other purposes.
EVIDENCE FOR SUCCESS-
Primarily, the fertilizer was added to the barren soil in department and the filtrate were added to plants and also used for cleaning the department and as toilet cleaner.

INSTITUTIONAL DISTINCTIVENESS

INSTALLATION OF ROOF TOP SOLAR SYSTEM
M.S.J. College, Bharatpur (Rajasthan) is the first in the Eastern zone of Rajasthan amongest allGovernment Colleges to have successfully channelized solar energy of 35 KV to meet a part of daily electricity requirements. A state with abundant sunshine should have set an example in using solar energy to meet most of its requirements is still a dream. But the M.S.J. College, Bharatpur in a first of its kind initiatives has shown the way by meeting more than 50 percent of its energy need through solar energy. The college lies in the tropical region of Rajasthan and receives enough sunlight to meet 100 percent energy requirements. Fulfilling its commitment of promoting sustainable development, the college has  installed solar panels of 35 KV in the college with grid connection which becomes active after sunrise and switch off automatically after sunset. Moreover, fans, tubelights, computers and other equipments are operated by solar energy. The college campus has almost Thirteen blocks (Administrative, Library, PGTeaching, UG Teaching, Botany, Zoology, Chemistry, Physics, Staff Room, Central Hall, Geography, Political Science and Smart classrooms) with an average monthly requirement of 6000 KWH electricity, of which 3500 KWH is generated by solar panels. In addition to being renewable source of energy and ecofriendly, the method is also proving to be cost effective for the college. There was 60 percent reduction in the electricity bill of the month of November-2017 as compared to previous months. The college is further planning to install more units of solar energy in the near future to become the first college in the state to run 100 percent on a renewable source of energy. Once the upcoming project will be completed,the college will join the list of India’s few academic institutions promoting sustainable development. The day is not far when the college will attain self reliance in terms of power requirements

ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENTS

INSTITUTIONAL RESULT

2017-18

 

 

Programme Code

Programme

 Name

Programme

Specialization                       

Number of students  appeared in the final year examination

Number of students passed in final year examination

 

Pass Percentage

 

BA

B.A.

496

334

67.33

B.Sc.

B.Sc.

404

376

93.07

B.Com.

B.Com.

195

177

90.77

M.A.

M.A.(F) Economics

05

04

80

M.A.(F) English

16

15

93.75

M.A.(F) Geography

24

18

75

M.A.(F)Hindi

16

10

62.5

M.A.(F) Philosophy

01

01

100

M.A.(F) Pol.Science

20

14

70

M.A.(F) Sanskrit

06

05

83.33

M.A.(F) Sociology

19

14

73.68

M.A.(F)History

22

17

77.27

M.Com

M.Com(F) ABST

20

20

100

M.Com(F) BUS. ADM

24

22

91.67

M.Com(F) EAFM

23

19

82.6

M.Sc

M.Sc(F)  Physics

19

17

89.47

M.Sc(F) Chemistry

24

20

83.33

M.Sc(F)Maths

24

17

70.83

M.Sc(F)Botany

21

20

95.24

M.Sc(F)Zoology

26

24

92.31