NAAC Accrediated, A Constituent Unit of L.N. Mithila University K. Nagar (Darbhanga)

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G.M.R.D. College, Mohanpur, Via- Baghra, District- Samastipur was established in June, 1960 By MAHANTH RAMESHWAR DAS and got affiliated by the BIHAR UNIVERSITY, Muzaffarpur in year 1968 up to degree standard. Then the college become a Constituent Unit under L. N. Mithila University, Darbhanga in year 1980. It was also registered under the UGC Act 2F in year 1982 and was Accredited grad C by NAAC in year 2005. The Mahant scarified himself economically and all that can possible. Thus the name of the college was given GARHI MAHANTH RAMESHWAR DAS COLLEGE, MOHANPUR.

It is a co-education higher educational institute of this rural area in this district and oldest in North Bihar. It has its Large Campus and Infrastructure. It fulfills the academic need of higher co-education in the district.

Apart from regular courses in Science, Social Science and Humanities, there is provision of Remedial Coaching and Entry Services Coaching sponsored by UGC for SC/ST/Minority. During the current year total number of student in this college in degree classes is about 1500 and in Intermediate classes is about 500. Total Sanctioned post of Teaching staff is 18 and Non-Teaching staff is 49, Out of which working Teacher is 11 and Non-Teaching is 22 only.
Now we have developed our infrastructure of the new campus of the college for the benefit of girl students with the help of UGC fund. We got constructed the boundary wall of the college, Building for girls hostel, we have science and arts block separately, Library building etc.

Dr. Ghanshyam Roy
Prof.-In-Charge
G.M.R.D. College

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The Lalit Narayan Mithila University is a public university in India. Began in 1972, the university initially functioned from the Mohanpur House at Sara Mohanpur village of Darbhanga-Sakri route. In 1975, it was shifted to the campus belonging to Raj Darbhanga.

The university is in Darbhanga town, Mithila, an ancient cultural region of North India lies between the lower range of the Himalayas and the Ganges river. The university imparts education in fields such as humanities, social science, life science, commerce, and medicine, with both undergraduate and postgraduate courses. More than 400 faculties are engaged in teaching and research.