Nagla Sikandar, Tundla-Etah Road, Distt. Firozabad - 283204 (U.P)

Dr. Rajeshwar Singh Chauhan ( Chairman )

Durjan Sal Educational Trust was eatable on 09-02-2010 under Indian trust act 1882 with D.R. Rajeshwar Singh Chauhan as Setter/ Chairman. The sole object of the trust is to start educational institute imparting professional education. Th. Durjan Sal Singh Chauhan who lived during 1848-1930 period was himself not very educated as in those days particularly in rural and feudal India hardly anybody studied beyond primary level. However Th. Durjan Sal Singh Chauhan ignited the light of education including professional education by encouraging and liberally financing higher education of his grandson. He sent his grandson to Banaras Hindu University and Lucknow University for higher and post graduation and law degree. The path of education shown by him continues to inspire from generation to generation, hence it is a befitting tribute to name the trust after his name.

Dr. Rajeshwar Singh Chauhan, It Director (Horticulture) Retd. And Settler/ Chairman of trust started Ram Singh College of Engineering & Technology at nagla Sikandra, Tundla –Etah Road, Distt. Firozabad, a diploma level polytechnic college in the year 2011 in the loving memory of his father. Th. Ram Singh Chauhan (1910-1963) was a very simple person but very keen to educate his sons despite difficult times and gladly sacrificed his personal comforts for the sake of education of his family members. At was because of his loving support and sacrifice that DR. Rajeshwar Singh Chauhan could pursue his higher studies. The promoters of Ram Singh College of engineering & Technology have also formed an educational society named Durjan Sal Shiksha Samiti in 2004 which is running a post graduate degree college namely Ram Singh College of Engineering & Technology Imparting under graduate and post graduate courses in art and science and B.Ed Courses. The establishment of engineering College is likely to cater the technical and professional education requirements of the rural youth of the region who otherwise cannot afford this type of education. This will also create employment potential of youth and encourage self employment.