Ch. Bansi Lal Govt. College for Women, Tosham (Bhiwani)


Ch. Bansi Lal Government College for women is situated at foothill of Aravali range 25 km away from district headquarter Bhiwani. College came into existence in 2007 in order to cater the needs of girl’s education in this rural belt of Tosham. It has its own spacious building and playgrounds over a lush green campus of 19 acre of land. It is surrounded by a beautiful lake, government hospital; sports stadium and bus stand which enhance its attraction. Presently 1376 students are studying in various streams like arts, commerce and science from nearby 28 villages of Tosham area. It started its journey with strength of 250 students into the 2007 which increased around six times in 2019.


  1 To foster and develop the critical thinking capacity in students using inter-disciplinary approach.

 To groom students with the knowledge and human skill to compete in the present global scenario for employment using latest possible resources.

  3 To encourage students to respect the law of land and social practices through institutional set up.

  4  To equip students with analytical inventiveness and versatility of mind which makes many possible careers.


  1 To facilitate the overall development of girl students as responsible citizen through quality education.

  2 To inculcate the value-based thinking among students and teachers.

 To train students through the principle of democratic values, tolerance and compassion so that they become nation-builders.

  To sensitize the students towards social issues and gender equality.

Institutional strength:

  1 College is located strategically as no other Government girls College exists within the radius/periphery of 13 km, so it pulls a large number of students from approximately nearby 30 villages.

  2  Spread over a large area covering 19 acres of land having pleasant and green environment.

  3  It is having well equipped the computer and science laboratories.

  4  Rich library with more than5800 books, magazine of national repute and Wi-Fi enabled campus.

  5 Well qualified teaching faculty as per UGC norms to meet out the requirement of current teaching and learning.

  6 It has four undergraduate courses and one post graduate course with adequate internal subject choice offered to students.

  7 Good performance in extra-curricular activities including cultural and sports at university and state level.

  8 Two active NSS units of college undertake the various activities to promote social welfare and harmony.

  9 Better academic performance in comparison to other neighboring colleges.

10 Equal treatment is meted out to all stockholders belonging to different strata of society to build their confidence.

11 Involvement of student body in planning and implementation of different activities needed for their overall development.

12 Extra classes taken to support the slow learners.

Various committees have been constituted to facilitate various schemes for helping out students.

Institutional weakness:

1 Lack of training program suitable to employ the budding graduate.

2 Due to lack of interdisciplinary in undergraduate courses, we fail to solve the most of our societal problems.

3 Most of our student commutes from nearby villages where there is lack of basic facilities including the lack of public transport.

4 As most of students belonging to the poor strata of society so they do not have the equipments and internet connection required for the online higher education.

 5 This area does not have industries facilities so there is lack of industries-academic linkages.

There is no mechanism to recognize the value and importance of collaborations between academic and professionals.

One-third of the teaching faculty is working in ad-hoc capacity as all the permanent position have not been filled.

Additional Information:

1.Govt. College for Woman, Tosham is imparting higher education in rural areas with approximately 1500 students every year and catering the various needs of the deprived sections of society.

2. This is regarding the College's programs (data for the current academic year) in educational information in SSR profile. The text box for the number of students admitted accepts input if only the actual students are equal or less than the sanctioned strength.

3. However, as per CBLU Bhiwani norms, we have to accept admission for students who approach the College within a stipulated time with the corresponding cut-off declared by the College. Hence, our number of students admitted is greater than sanctioned strength for some courses, as noted below. It may also be noted that CBLU Bhiwani provides registration for such students.

Name of the course









B.Sc (Non-Medical)



B.Sc (Medical)



M.Sc (Geography)



Concluding Remarks:

The College is a good example of the fruits of togetherness. There is a healthy balance of well-qualified, experienced and young faculty imparting dynamism to teacher-taught relations. The warm public acceptance of the institution is evident from the trend of new admissions during the last 3-4 years from all over the state. The College's placement cell started functioning last five years ago. The recent creation of the Alumni Association of Government College for Woman, Tosham has further added to the new-found culture of ploughing back goodwill for increased the College's reliability in the public domain. Our cultural teams are dominant forces in cultural programs – endemically in CBLU Bhiwani. The College has produced sports persons in games like kabaddi, weight lifting, handball, karate, kick boxing and wushu who have been part of the national teams. The College faculty is adding to the College's stature by regularly conducting national level seminars and workshop at the college premises. These academic events are being periodically attended by Academician, Social Workers, leaders of industry and eminent thinkers.


Rural colleges, educators, and students have different experiences than their urban and suburban counterparts. By their very nature, schools, colleges and districts in smaller-sized communities encounter obstacles in recruiting and retaining talent, establishing community partnerships, and facilitating students’ access to college.In recent years, even as dropout rates have decreased across the country, rural areas continue to face additional challenges in graduating students from colleges. Some of them belong to the very first generation of college goers from the families. Secondly it also becomes a challenge to sometimes convince the parents of girl child to ensure their education where parents are more eager to get them married off.


When the members of the educational institutions are provided with equal rights and opportunities in education, then they are able to benefit in number of ways. These include, incurring satisfaction, developing motivation, diligence, and conscientiousness and feeling pleasurable and contented, particularly towards the implementation of their job duties. The college makes sure that every student is treated equally and also considering their special needs. The college organizes special classes for weak students and help them to overcome their fears by guiding them to correct life choices to empower them.