Deeply inspired by desire to impact higher education to the youth of backward region in the periphery of Kalanaur, the land of ‘Religious Ashram’, Brahmleen Mahant Jamna Dass Ji Maharaj laid down the stone of Sat Jinda Kalyana College in 1971. With the motto of ‘Vidya-Vivek-Vikas’
The College has been a path finder for the people of this area and pioneer in imparting free education to the girl students. The College has always endeavored not only to produce degree holders but to nurture good and responsible citizens. In the era of commercialism and materialism, S.J.K.College as an institution takes responsibility of including value system of highest order in the students. In nutshell, the institution in tune with its motto, aims for the overall development of the youth. The holy dip in the ‘Triveni’ of ‘Vidya-Vivek-Vikas’ enables the students of S.J.K.College to lead a righteous life
Keeping in view the above, the staff along with the Principal visits the remote villages in the vicinity and not only motivate but also convince the parents to send their wards, especially their daughters, to pursue higher studies. The parents with low social – economic status are also assured and provided financial assistance.
Institutional Best Practices:
1.Scholarship Schemes: The college awards various government sponsored and other scholarships to the needy and deserving students. In addition to the various sponsored scholarships, following scholarships are awarded at college level
a)Chhatra Utkarsh Yojna: This scholarship is awarded to the needy students belonging to the economically weaker section who are not benefited by any other scholarship scheme
b).Gasha Scholarship: This scholarship is awarded to meritorious students who opt Psychology as a subject in the UG course.
2.Blood Donation Camp: The College organises Blood Donation Camp every year to motivate students to donate blood. Students as well as the staff show much enthusiasm in donating blood. In this way, the students and the staff of the college contribute towards society and save many lives.
3. Value Based Lectures: The college celebrates its Foundation Day on 29 January every year and on this occasion, one teacher by turn, addresses the students and delivers a value based lecture. This practice contributes in promoting better personal, social, moral and ethical behaviour of the students.
4 .Extension Lectures: Extension lectures on various topics are organised regularly for the benefit of the students. For instance, extension lecture on voter awareness encourages young voters in the college to take part in the electoral process and also motivates them to spread awareness regarding the importance of voting.
5 .Social Upliftment of adopted village: The college has adopted village Anwal. The University Outreach Programme (UOP) of the college endeavours to engage the stakeholders for the social upliftment of the village by organising awareness drives, cleanliness drives, tree plantation etc.
6.Morning Prayer: Morning assemblies are held every Monday and Thursday in which the students offer prayer to the Almighty and seek the blessings. It helps to promote virtuous ideals and helps in building personal character
7.Proctorial Duties: Each faculty member has been assigned proctorial duties to monitor discipline among the students.
8 .Mentoring: Mentoring system is available in the college. The mentees are allotted to each mentor as per strength. Mentoring classes are held every 2nd and 4th Friday of the month. Students are guided, motivated and counseled. Issues/queries raised by the students are addressed and mentors submit the report of each mentoring class to the Chief Mentor.
9 .Lesson Plan: All the faculty members prepare a detailed lesson plan with tentative dates. It helps the teacher to maintain a teaching pattern and complete syllabus well in time.
10 .Hawan Ceremonies: Hawan Ceremony, a sacred ritual, is organised twice a year in the college. Once at the beginning of the new session ( in the month of July) and second time on the Foundation Day (29 January). The smoke emanated from the pious fire energizes the whole space and creates a positive effect. The hawan is performed with the aim to preserve the age-old tradition and to instil spirituality among the students.
Kalanaur lies in the western part of Rohtak district in Haryana on the Rohtak-Bhiwani road at a distance of twenty two kilometers from Rohtak. Sat Jinda Kalyana College is not situated in Kalanaur proper but lies on an intersection on the highway at a distance form three kilometers from Kalanarur.
Kalanaur is famous for its religious gurus and muths, popularly known as “Tikanas’. In a long tradtion of philanthropic works, Sat Jinda Kalyana College was established in 1971 by the Tikana of the same name under the auspices of Mahant Shri Jamna Dass Ji. The dedicated efforts of his enlightened and socially aware followers helped to give this dream a practical shape and the S.J.K. Education Society was formed.