The C.R. Law College, Hisar established in year 2003 to conduct 3 years (Professional) law course. It is a leading self financing law college imparting education in the state of Haryana. The Law College is committed to impart outstanding quality legal education at par with the premier Law institutions in India. The Law College is located at Hisar on Rajgarh Road, Adjacent Radio Station, just 3.5 KM from the Bus stand and 2 KM from the Railway station. Frequent transport facilities are available from the major points of the city to the college. This college is also conducting B.A.LL.B. (5 Year) Integrated Professional Law Course since 2009. C.R Law College, under the aegis of Jat Educational Society, upholds the Society credo of Discipline, Dedication and Determination to the hilt. It is a new and young college whose vibrancy and youthful outlook is reflected in its course curriculum, its attitude towards students and the overall ambience. In its short stint of operations, it has made a mark with innovative training methods and a strong emphasis on practical exposure to the students. Ample opportunity towards Co-curricular & Extra Curricular activities makes for a healthy and stress free environment. The College is dedicated to create a new breed of dynamic and future ready Law Graduates who will be in a position to use the knowledge acquired here towards the creation of a better society and indeed, a brighter future for themselves.Goals and programs for the next year and beyond:
He was born at village Alakhpura, tehsil-Bawanikhera in Bhiwani district in Haryana, in the family of Chaudhary Salig Ram of Lamba gotra Hindu Jat in year 1861. His father had migrated from the village Gothra in Sikar district in Rajasthan. He completed his primary education in the village Bawanikhera and high school at Rewadi in Haryana. He could not continue his higher education due to his weak financial position.
He was married twice. His first wife was from the village Dohaka who died due to cholera. He had no son from his first wife. Then he married Lakshmi Devi of the village Vilawal in Bhiwani district and had children with her.Career
Chhaju Ram, at the age of 20-22, came in contact with Arya Samajist engineer Raisaheb Shivnath Rai of Bhiwani, who was very much influenced by the talents and sincerity of Chhaju Ram. He took him to Kolkata. For some time he coached Raisaheb’s children. Meanwhile he came in contact with a businessman from Rajgarh. He taught his children also.
The market in Kolkata during those days was dominated by Marwaris. Chhaju Ram, who had a good knowledge of Hindi and English, did correspondence work for the Seths and came to be known as munshiji. He was a talented person. During the process of correspondence with trading-firms, he got sufficient knowledge about trade. He got the trade secrets of dalali business. He started first the trade of old bags and later on shifted to new bags trade. He was, by this time, counted as a known dalal of Kolkata.
He earned great wealth due to hard work and polite behavior. He purchased shares in companies. Later he also took in hand the trade of jute and became known as the Jute King.
He was a strong believer in God. He spent a lot of money in social welfare works. He started many hostels, libraries and dharamshalas. He floated scholarships for financially weak and needy students. He financed higher studies of Sir Chhotu Ram. He was known as Bhamasah of kshatriya caste. The British government awarded him the title of ‘Sir’.
He died on 7 April 1943.