Welcome to J. R. S. College, Jamalpur (Munger), Bihar

Educationist of reputed and recognition Prof. Shyama Prasad Srivastava was the instrumental factor paving way for the establishment of the college. He arrived at Jamalpur in 1956 and was impressed with the lush green surrounding, salubrious climate, transport facility, Eastern railway’s workshop and cosmopolitan character of this helmet due to railway workshop. Since the area was bereft of any degree college and he being a philanthropist he made a Quest for the opining of a degree college for the education of children of railway workers. Very soon, he came in contact with an activist of railway Men’s congress Mr Shukdev Mandal who was also thinking in the same direction. The duo got in contact with Mr Shobhani. Very soon, they came in contact with Mr Nawal Kishore Lal, General Secretary of Railway Men’s Congress and Mr Yogendra Mahto, then M.L.A. from Jamalpur. Here a resolve was made to open a degree college for the education of the children of thousand workers of railway workshop and this persistent efforts resulted in the formation of the college named Sharmik College on August 15th, 1957. The dignitaries Mr Yogendra Mahto and Mr Nawal Kishore Lal became the founder chairmen and Secretary of the college management respectively while Professor Shyama Prasad Srivastav became the Principal of the college.

In the beginning this college started functioning in the building of RB High School of the city. There were the days of struggle but this quest for noble mission generated the attention of the then Union Minister for Railways Baboo Jagjivan Ram whose ……

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