The College initially started merely as
separate Girls Wing of the Govt.
P.G. College, Narnaul. The need of a separate women degree college was realized
because most of the parents particularly from the rural region were not willing
to allow their daughters to study in Co-educational Institution. The percentage
of girl students in Arts & Commerce in the Co-educational Govt. College, Narnaul was
hardly 5%. Keeping in view the national objective of augmenting Women education
and creating creative and intellectual awaking among the young girls, the girls
wing was upgraded and given the status of an independent Govt. College for
Women, on 27.07.1988. The Haryana Govt. granted 100% concession in tuition
fees to all girls irrespective of economics or other status. It had the desired
result and the number of girl students in the college began to rise every year.
In 1988 it was hardly 250, but now it has outgrown its present attire and has
risen to 3800. Thus the college, that caters to the educational needs of the
girls of about 60 nearly villages has been playing a significant and
constructive role with the aims of spreading higher education among women folk
creating better and more civilized citizens and awakening the young girls to
their rights and duties. The noteworthy feature of the college is that more
than 70% of the girls students commute daily by bus etc. from the villages
situated within a radius of 25 K.M. Thus the college has been contributing a
lot in spreading rural-women an education since its establishment.