(Affiliated to the University of Rajasthan & Rajasthan Technical University)
    Re-accredited with A++ Grade (3.82 CGPA-Highest in the country) by NAAC-UGC
Re-accredited with A++ Grade (3.82 CGPA-Highest in the country) by NAAC-UGC || Awarded with 101-150 Rank in "India Rankings 2023 : College" by NIRF-Ministry of Education, Government of India || Awarded status of “College of Excellence” by UGC || College with “STAR STATUS” recognized by DBT, Govt. of India, New Delhi || UGC recognized Mentor to NAAC accreditation aspiring colleges || Declared as Model College by the Government of Rajasthan ||

T H E    S U B O D H    R O V E R S & R A N G E R S

"The real way to gain happiness is to give it to others"

Founded with the singular aim to provide a transformative educational experience that goes beyond traditional academic boundaries,the founders of Rovers Rangers envisioned colleges where students could not only excel academically but also develop into well-rounded individuals equipped with the skills, values, and mindset needed to thrive in an ever-changing world. Through diverse outreach programs and service initiatives, Rovers Rangers make tangible impacts, displaying empathy and social responsibility. Whether it's volunteering at local shelters, organizing environmental clean-up drives, or tutoring underprivileged children, our students actively engage with their communities, demonstrating empathy, compassion, and a sense of social responsibility.

  • On August 9, 2023, the Rovers-Rangers unit led a tree plantation campaign at Gandhi Nagar Club, Jaipur, as part of the "One Tree, One Nation" and "My Country, My Soil" initiatives. Principal Prof. K. B. Sharma appreciated the dedication of both students and faculty towards sustainability and ecological preservation.
  • Under the banner of Rovers-Rangers, an inter-college student seminar was held on September 9, 2023, dedicated to honoring the courageous Indian women who played vital roles in the nation's independence movement. Dr. Archana Sharma, Chairperson of the Social Welfare Board, graced the event as the Chief Guest. The seminar featured a poster unveiling ceremony highlighting the remarkable contributions of these brave individuals. With 250 students from various colleges participating, the seminar showcased talents through paper presentations, street plays, photography, and poetry competitions.
  • The Rovers-Rangers unit of the college organized a camp titled "Cancer Screening at Your Door" on September 15, 2023. Conducted under the auspices of Bhagwan Mahavir Cancer Hospital and Research Centre, the camp aimed to raise awareness and provide free cancer screenings like Mammography, pap tests, X-rays. Over 350 faculty members availed the opportunity.
  • Radhika Agrawal, a Ranger from Jaipur District Bharat Scout and Guide, took a proactive stance on civic engagement by emphasizing the importance of active participation in the democratic process through a video on September 30, 2023. The impactful video gained significant attention and was shared across multiple social media platforms, including YouTube, Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. Recognizing its significance, the Election Commission of India (ECI) and the District Election Officer (DEO) of Jaipur shared the video on their official Twitter handle. Furthermore, SVEEP Rajasthan, a prominent YouTube channel dedicated to voter awareness, amplified the video's reach-to a 15roader audience.
  • On October 1, 2023, the Rover _ angers unit of the college took up the "Cleanliness is Service," i ittative inspired by Mahatma Gandhi's vision of a cleaner India h ough a clean-up drive at Durgapura Gaushala. The drive focussed on gathering garbage and enhancing cleanliness in the surroundings.Distinguished guest, Sh. Ramcharan Bohra, Lok Sabha Member from Jaipur City, led an oath-taking ceremony on the theme. As a symbolic gesture aligning with the government initiative "Meri Mati Mera Desh," Shri. Bohra collected soil from the gaushala, reinforcing the commitment to serve the nation through cleanliness.
  • On September 5, 2023, Teacher's Day was celebrated at the college with immense joy and enthusiasm. In a touching display of gratitude, Rangers representing the student body expressed their deep appreciation to the educators by applying 'Tilak' and presenting them with pens. This heartfelt gesture symbolized the students' admiration for the guidance and dedication of their teachers.
  • The Rover Ranger unit organized a five-day workshop titled "Sadak Suraksha Jagrukta Abhiyaan" from January 13-17, 2024. Rangers stationed at key locations near the college, such as Ambedkar Circle, Gandhi Circle, and JDA Circle, engaged in spreading awareness through posters, stickers, and interactive sessions. This proactive effort not only promoted road safety but also instilled a sense of civic responsibility within the community, contributing to safer roads and enhanced traffic awareness.
  • On January 27, 2024, the Rover-Ranger units took the lead in organizing a significant Awareness Program focused on 'Solar Power and Waste Management'. The event featured an insightful lecture by Mr. Vichar Vyas, a respected speaker in the field. The program aimed to educate and inspire sustainable practices within the college community.
  • On February 17, 2024, the Rover- Ranger organized a cleanliness drive at Durgapura Gaushala. Their proactive initiative aimed to uphold the cleanliness and hygiene of the premises. Students enthusiastically participated, showcasing their dedication to community service and commitment to promoting a cleaner, healthier environment for all.
  • On February 28, 2024, the Rovers-Rangers units of the college organized an impactful event aimed at promoting well-being and civic engagement. Mrs. Sandhya Bhandari, a Health and Lifestyle Coach, who shared valuable insights on topics such as weight loss and weight gain strategies, empowering students with knowledge for achieving optimal health and well-being through balanced living.
  • The Rangers and Rovers undertook a Voter Awareness Campaign also on February 28, 2024. Nearly 150 par 'cipant joined a spirited rally inaugurated by Principal Prof. K. B. Sharma. The rally aim d to inculcate informed decision-making and active participation in the demo atic process, aligning with the college's commitment to civic engagemen and social responsibility.

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