About the College








History of the College

Nalanda has ever been an excellent place for education. The ancient ‘Nalanda university’ has been historically renowned for its teaching and learning. Especially, Pawapuri, about ten kilometres far from Nalanda, is known as the ‘NIRWAN BHOOMI’ (land of salvation) of Lord Mahavir, the 24th Tirthankara’ of Jainism.

Pawapuri in a place of historical, religious and cultural importance’s. It is situated at Patna-Ranchi Highway (NH-20) about ten kilometres away from the district headquarters ‘Bihar Sharif’.

Vardhman Mahavir College popularly known as V.M.College was founded in Pawapuri in 1979 by a renowned business man and educationist late ‘Ram Sanehi Babu’ and then Deputy Chief Minister of West Bengal ‘ Vijay Singh Nahar’ . Besides, the villagers of Pawa, Puri and adjacent villages also co-operated their best in establishment of this college.

V.M. College has been recognized by UGC, New Delhi, Under 2(f) and 12 (B) of U.G.C. Act 1956. It is affiliated to Patliputra University, Patna and permanently approved, by the Government of Bihar.

Basically, the college is located in a rural area where in thousands of the school-passed students were declined of higher education due to lack of a degree college. The college initiated with tens and now thousands of girls’ and boys’ students’ study in this college and brightening their careers. Mr S.C. Bothara, the President Dr Sadhu Sharan Singh the Secretary of the Governing Body are very interested in establishing the college as one to the best colleges of the University.

Prof. Chandra Bhushan Prasad Singh was appointed Principal in September 2016. As soon as he took over the change, he prepared a road map of all-round development of the college. The G.B. also co-operated him fully to make his plans fruitful.

The principal informed several committees and authorised them to work with a free-hand. It would mot be an exaggeration of fact that the college has achieved an all-round remarkable development during the last five years. At first, a 7 high boundary wall was erected from all the sides in order to make the campus sage and secure.

Earlier, there was only on double-storey building with 12550 sq. feet built up area in which all the academic and administrative acts been taking place.

At present we have separate academic, administrative and miscellaneous functioning buildings. Parks, gardens, biological aquarium, Green Hose, Health Centre, Canteen, Parking Cycle stand, rain water harvesting pits etc. are other features that make this college a fast-growing college of the university.

The college as made a plan to build separate hosted=ls for boys and girls’ students and staff quarters in future.


College at a Glance

  • Development and application of quality benchmarks/parameters for the various academic and administrative activities of the College.
  • Facilitating the creation of a learner-centric environment conducive for quality education and faculty maturation to adopt the required knowledge and        technology for participatory teaching and learning process
  • Arrangement for feedback responses from students, parents and other stakeholders on quality-related institutional processes
  • Dissemination of information on the various quality parameters of higher education.
  • Organization of inter and intra institutional workshops, seminars on quality related themes and promotion of quality circles.
  • Documentation of the various programmes/activities of the College, leading to quality improvement.

Our Aims :

  • Seek to live by values that bring out the best in every individual.
  • Recognize the dignity of each individual.
  • Contribute to the building up of the local community.
  • Work for education, peace and justice in society.

Mission & Vision

Vision

The management along with all the faculties always focuses on parting quality education with students, so that the boys and girls basically comes of rural environment must achieve success in the race of competition. Since the very beginning days of every new session, students are taken with priority so that our mission may come true in words and deeds. Just after introductory classes, the heads and the teachers begin to have a minute care over students study and conduct. If something is found wrong, such students are immediately called and counselled. During counselling the teachers come across the weak points of the students. It is noted in written and the solution is found out through discussion. Some times, if it is needed, parents are also called and the teachers through discussion with them, try to find out the proper way so that such a student can concentrate him or herself towards his or her study. Sometimes even after all efforts no way is seen to derive any positive comes out, strict steps are also taken.
As most of our students come of poor classes and weaker sections of society, so the purchasing capacity of books etc of their guardians is very low. Indeed, guardians are not able to purchase essential books too. So, the library committee has made special arrangement for such students who are interested in study are allowed to study books of their choice in the reading room. Besides, they can carry books with them after getting them issued.

Mission

1.The students of Science are provided sufficient lab activities. There is proper arrangement of practical classes in the college routine.
2.Live talks between the teachers and the students in tutorial classes are very useful for students. In fact, in tutorial classes they become able to make themselves extrovert which is very helpful to them in the fields of practical life.
3.Students are often sent of educational trips considering excursion as a part of education. Periodical Tests or class tests are also useful for students. The teachers come to know about the weak points of the students and further try how they can remove away the weakness of the students.
4.Finally, it can be said what mission our college has fixed, every member at his level try to achieve the best by helping, guiding and co-operating students.

Campus

The Vardhman Mahavir College campus is nestled in the Pawapuri area in Nalanda. A Master Plan ought to take cognizance of the needs of the site as well as the requirements of the College. The Vardhman Mahavir College Master plan, path breaking in its vision and ambitious in implementation, prepares for just that. This particular site at Pawapuri posed several challenges. The master plan was developed after due consideration of environmental impact. It respects the natural flowers throughout the site and breaks fresh ground for promoting sustainable development.

The Vardhman Mahavir College campus is designed as a walking campus without motor vehicles. To make it possible for people to walk in the heat , a shaded and rain protected pedestrian spine linking all major areas in the College, is in development. Students will be able to walk to the academic buildings under shade and facilities will be located along the pedestrian spine, making sure that it remains active and safe all through the day. Motor vehicles will be parked in a parking lot near the entrance.

Students are the focus of this campus layout. The views from each hostel rooms and classrooms are designed so as to bring the feeling of nature into interior spaces. One of the natural depressions in the site has been developed as the sports arena.

College Room Details:

Sl.No Room No. Size(Breadth) Size(Length) Department
1. OB-1 30' 22' Examination Section
2. OB-2 30' 22' Teachers Room
3. OB-3 30' 22' Teachers Room
4. OB-4 30' 22' OFFICE
5. OB-5 30' 22' Geography Lab
6. OB-6 30' 22' Physics Lab.
7. OB-7 30' 22' Chemistry Lab.
8. OB-8 30' 22' Health Center
9. OB-9 30' 22' Ramp
10. OB-10 22' 12' Dark Room
11. OB-11 30' 22' Psychology Lab.
12. OB-12 30' 22' Botany Lab.
13. OB-13 30' 22' ZoologyLab.
14. OB-14 30' 22' Classroom
15. OB-15 30' 22' Classroom
16. OB-16 30' 22' Classroom
17. OB-17 30' 22' Classroom
18. OB-18 30' 22' Classoom
19. ARTB-1 26' 20' Home Science Lab.
20. ARTB-2 26' 20' Classroom
21. ARTB-3 26' 20' Classroom
22. ARTB-4 26' 20' Classroom
23. ARTB-5 26' 20' Classroom
24. ARTB-6 26' 20' Classroom
25. OB-19 24' 22' Girls Common Room
26. Common Room 24' 22' Boys Common Room
27. Information 14' 12' Information Room
28. Gourd Room 8' 7' Gourd Room
29. ADMS-2 24' 22' Principal Chamber
30. ADMS-1 22' 12' Account Section
31. ADMS-3 20' 35' General Section<
32. ADMS-4 26' 22' Library
33. ADMS-5 35' 22' ICT Room
34. ADMS-6 16' 8' Girls Toilet
35. ADMS-7 24" 8" Student Toilet
36. ADMS-8 12' 12' Office(NGO)
37. ADMSU-1 22' 12' Office(Confirence)
38. ADMSU-2 28' 22' Confirence Hall
39. ADMSU-3 26' 22' Computer Lab
40. ADMSU-4 26' 22' Classroom
41. ADMSU-5 52' 22' Classroom
42. ADMSU-6 16' 8' Girls Toilet
43. ADMSU-7 24' 8' Boys Toilet
44. ADMSU-8 12' 12' Store Room
45. ADMSU-9 15' 12' IQAC Office