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M. J. P. Rohilkhand University, Bareilly (U.P.) was established in 1975 as an affiliating University. Its status was upgraded to affiliating cum residential University in 1985 when teaching departments were established in the campus. The University headquarter is located at Bareilly with its territorial jurisdiction extending over the districts of Bareilly, Moradabad, Rampur, Bijnor, Jyotibaphule Nagar, Badaun, Pilibhit, Shahjahanpur etc. The University campus spreads over 206 acre of land. More than 140 degree colleges are affiliated to the University.

Satya P. Gautam

VICE CHANCELLOR M. J. P. Rohilkhand University, Bareilly (U.P.)As the 15th Vice-Chancellor of Mahatma Jyotiba Phule Rohilkhand University, I find this University in a fast growing and consolidating phase. It caters to the higher educational needs of around 3 lakh students through its 140 affiliated colleges spread over nine districts besides running professional under graduate courses and advanced and applied post graduate courses and research programs in the campus.

Basically a teaching and research University it has to strike a balance between the depth and breadth of knowledge by meaningfully coordinating its innovative interdisciplinary programs with extension into real life situations in regional and national economy, society and intelligentsia. Lab to land liaison is a must for its Animal Science and Plant Science researches as also of its Rural Management studies.

From the present overemphasis on employment and vocational opportunity oriented courses this University has to go a long way in making even its under graduate students to derive pleasure from learning for its own sake. Unless teachers and students don’t feel the thrill of being at the edge of a field while advancing the frontiers of knowledge the purpose of a University is not fulfilled. We should not forget that key to future advances lies in collaboration across disciplines and institution in India and abroad. It requires boldness in everything you do in the library, classroom, laboratories, theatre and athletics. Only then teachers and students bubbling with energy, curiosity and love of learning can achieve academic excellence. We have to shift the mindset from job seeking to job generation ability.

For achieving this we have to believe that learning is enhanced by participation in research, which should start right from first year students. You learn by job works assigned to you and more so if you are paid for them while you are learning. Teachers and students are to be a close knit community-the two sides of the same coin, learning. They have to facilitate and challenge each other’s thinking, doing and behaving in a relational and sharing environment. Academic feudalism has to go and a vibrant democracy of learning has to be ushered in.

Each one of the University family owes a duty to put the house of learning in order by his own hands and by the strategies and structures thought about and launched within our limited resources. Concerted thinking and concerted sincere efforts constituted the surest answer to any problem, administrative or academic. Don’t forget that student population is our greatest resource the better a University shapes it through its exciting academic programs the better it contributes.


Shahjahanpur – Famous Personalities

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Shahjahanpur – freedom struggle

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There are two "MAJARs" which connect Shahjahanpur City. One"MAJAR"is of" SHAHID AHAMAD ULLAH SHAH" – a great freedom fighter of 1857′s struggle while another is of"SHAHID ASHFAQULLAH KHAN (KAKORI KAND)". Maulvi Ahamad Ullah Shah started his struggle from Faizabad (U.P.). From there, he came at Shahjahanpur. His life ended at Shahjahanpur. After 70 years, Ashfaqullah initiated struggle against British Government.

Due to a great freedom fighter, British Government hanged him in the prison of Faizabad. The way which connects these "MAJARs" is called "SHAHID RAMPRASAD BISMIL MARG". There is an old building of Arya Samaj temple in the way in which Ramprasad Bismil resided during freedom movement. "SHAHID ROSHAN SINGH" also belongs to Shahjahanpur.

Shahjahanpur, contributed a great role in freedom movement of 1857 between district Bareilly and Lucknow. At a time, NANA SAHIB PESHWA, SHEHJADE from Delhi, AHAMAD ULLAH SHAH from Faizabad and KHAN BAHADUR KHAN from Bareilly united here and planned for further improvements in struggle. Unfortunately, Maulvi Ahamad Ullah Shah was died by British Government in Powayan.

Even, in the struggle of 1857 freedom fighters Maulvi Ahamad Ullah Shah, Nazim Ali and Bakshi could not get success but later SHAHID RAMPRASAD BISMIL, ASHFAQULLAH KHAN and ROSHAN SINGH from Shahjahanpur gave their major contribution in "FREEDOM MOVEMENT". Ramprasad Bismil with their friends made a society "MITRAVEDI SANGH" in the leadership of Shri Gendalal Dixit. Main motto of it was to collect funds for struggle. But, there was a lack in funds, so they started Robbery. Ramprasad Bismil was main accused of "MAINPURI KAND".

After, "CHORI-CHORA KAND”, Mahatama Gandhi postponed movement. Then, Ramprasad Bismil made "HINDUSTAN ASSOCIATION" with Shri Yogesh Chatterjee. To implement the plan, there was a need of fund. First they collected "Contribution". But, this contribution was not enough to overcome PLAN. So, they started robbery.

On, 9 August, 1925, CHANDRA SHEKHAR AZAD, BISMIL, ASHFAQULLAH KHAN and LAHRI robbered Government Funds near "KAKORI" railway station. On, 26th December, 1925, 40 persons were arrested in this case. Ramprasad Bismil, Ashfaqullah Khan, Roshan Singh, Premkishan Khanna, Banvari Lal, Hargovind, Indra Bhusan, Jagdish and Banarasi were from Shahjahanpur. British Government decided this case on 19 December, 1927. Shri Ramprasad Bismil hanged in the prison of Gorakhpur, Shri Ashfaqullah Khan hanged in the prison of Faizabad and Shri Roshan Singh hanged in the prison of Malaka (Allahabad). This was a great contribution of these freedom fighters who belong to Shahjahanpur in "FREEDOM MOVEMENT".



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Shahjahanpur is a city, and a municipal board in Shahjahanpur district in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. Shahjahanpur City was established by Diler Khan and Bahadur Khan, a soldier in the army of Mugal Emperor Shahjahan. Pleased with the services of Diler Khan, R gifted 14 villages with the permission to construct fortresses. Diler Khan developed a fort in the village of Nainar Khera, situated on the river Garrah He also established 52 villages named after 52 kabeelas of Pathans in Afghanistan. Even today, few of the local mohallas bear the name of these castes.

The city came into limelight during the freedom struggle of India. Pandit Ram Prasad Bismil, Thakur Roshan Singh and Ashfaq Ullah Khan brought Shahjahan Pur fame by their heroic contribution to Independence struggle.