Sir Chhotu Ram Government College for Women, Sampla district Rohtak Haryana is situated on the main Beri Road, just adjoining National Highway (NH 10) on its way from Delhi to Fazilka via Hisar, Sirsa, and is just 40 km from the national capital Delhi. Rohtak is the oldest district of Haryana and Sampla is the oldest town of the district Rohtak. Basically, Sampla

town belongs to a rural background and there was no Government College for Higher education girls before 2000 in the nearby area. Considering the need of area the Government took the initiative to start a Government College for girls in the year 2000 and named it after the Iconic figure and great freedom fighter Sir Chhotu Ram for imparting higher education to the girls of the area. This college started its first session with 34 girl students in the art faculty. The strength of girl students increased year by year and today the number of girl students is in three faculties (Arts, Science, and Commerce). From the last five-session, the college has reached the peak of higher education by starting PG courses in the subject of Hindi and History with a good number of girl students i.e. 49 and 47 and it is also expected from DGHE to start more PG classes for girls in the next session. The demand has already been sent to the Department of Higher Education. It shows how the college is running

successfully in the field of higher education and women empowerment. The college has the distinction of being one of the best colleges in the Rohtak district Haryana separating over

15-acre land. The college started in October 2000 with two single block buildings donated by the town Panchayat. Keeping in view the increasing strength of girls year by year the Haryana government constructed a new building and it was handed over to the college administration in 2010. At present, the college is having one new block with a two-story building, one administrative Block, a large library, canteen, parking lot and a playground.