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About B.V.R.I.


B.V.R.I should be seen as a part of the Balwant Educational Society, Agra which has established 6 educational institutions. The first was Balwant Rajput High School which was mainly funded by the king of Awagarh, “Raja Balwant Singh” who donated Rupees Eleven Lacs in 1909 and later 350 acres of land in Awagarh was donated by his descendants. About 500 acres of land was purchased in two different places in Agra city and Bichpuri(Agra). With the passion of the society for education R.B.S College, Agra having three wings- Agra, Bichpuri and Awagarh, the college became Asia’s biggest multi faculty post graduate college having world famous Agriculture scientists. Our own institute i.e. Balwant Vidyapeeth Rural Institute was also established by the same society in its ever aspiring pursuit of expansion of education targeted to benefit various sections of Indian Society. A polytechnic institute and a self finance engineering college was established in 1956 and 1990 respectively. What we want to highlight is that the Society’s various institutions are like a family, we all share the assets of each other as the parent body is Balwant Educational Society, where descendants of Raja Balwant Singh are represented along with other eleected members.

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Raja Anirudh Pal Singh

Vice President

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VISION


The dawn of 21st Century has brought forth the concept of globalization which reverberates in every nook and corner of the world, leaving none, not even the villages, immune in its inexorable forces. The blowing winds of change are unleashing multitudes of new challenges. The Future may appear gloomy to some but with the right kind of adjustments the situation can be well taken care of with even better results. The entry of transnational and multi-national companies at our doorsteps worsen the competitive enviornment but by adopting latest pedagogy, teaching aids and methodology including Information Technology and updating of curriculum and co-curriculum the students passing out can be fully endowed with the knowledge, skills and expertise to negotiate successfully with the rigors and challenges of the modern world. Therfore we have arrived at the conclusion that certain redesigning is required in the syllabi of our rural oriented unique courses (such as Village Industries, Horticulture, Fisheries, Co-operation, Agriculture Marketing and Rural Banking) so as to include training managerial and marketing skills. We also propose to enter into Malls with govermental and non-govermental industries and firms that may enhance actual skills in their related specilaization.

To Make our extension service more effective we plan, if funds permit, to acquire a high-tech extension Van ordained with modern Information Technology equipments.

Finally, for a more balanced approach to traditional and rural oriented subjects we seek diversification of facilities beginning with a new program, namely B.B.A in Agri-business and M.A. English Language and Communication skills under the self finance scheme.

MISSION


The Balwant Vidyapeeth adopts three basic objectives:-

  • The First and foremost object is the fusion of rural and urban cultures. The educational set up in the country is and has always been predominantly urban in character. The Urban influence is so great that almost all of the city-educated villagers develop distaste for village life and gravitate to the cities. The Urban population, on the other hand, has hardly any appreciation either of the exhiliaration or dwarfing influence on life in the village. Village life is far too inconvenient, unwholesome and monotonous for outsiders as also to retain those who can escape its tyranny. Life, therefore, must be made at least tolerable in the villagers. This can be done best by the identification of needs as the supreme plank of our eductaional program. Rural education must inculcate better living in the community promoting self employment in mushroom growing, cash-crop cultivation, fisheries, jam, jelly & pickles production and other cottage industries.

  • The second objective is to provide for studies and researches havibg close bearing on the rural problems. These must directly lead to amelioration of the physical, social, economic, religious and aesthetic life of all the vast humanity, which crowds our countryside. Both the retarding as well as the accelerating forces need intelligent analysis and all researches and educationists have to be marshalled into its term and to find feasible solutions.

  • The third objective is to make provision for the education of boys and girls from the rural areas both in urban and rural occupations to suit their needs, talents and aptitudes. Bulk of the rural population lives in grinding poverty, for which equality of opportunity has been an empty slogan for higher education, a prohibitive financial proposition. The continued existence of gross inequality opportunity is glaring reality.

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