History of Ramabai Ambedkar

Gajraula is a Town and a Nagar Panchayat in Amroha district in the State of Uttar Pradesh. It is located on N.H. 24 a four lane high way connecting Lucknow and Delhi. Now days Gajraula has established as an industrial area in itself. Actually it is situated near the bank of river Gnaga which is known for the local festivals among the people for their rituals and wishes. There have been many stories related to the reference, why this place is called Gajraula. In ancient time Gajraula is surrounded with many forest and there used to live many elephant that used to roar and their roaring gave this place name Gaj ( Elephant) and raula ( noise) means Gajraula.

Ramabai Ambedkar Govt. Degree College Gajraula, was founded by Ex. Rajya Sabha Member Late. Shri. Rama Shankar Kaushik to fulfill the need of the higher education of the students of Gajraula and nearby areas. RBA Govt. Degree College was founded on 08 January 1996 by Shiv Education Society by Donating the 10.5 acr. of land for the establishment of the college. In the Beginning college got permission for Arts faculty from MJP Rohilkhand University, Bareilly. In the year 2004-2005 college also applied to start classes in the commerce and science faculty to state government. 31 August 2005 College got affiliation for commerce and science from MJP Rohilkhand University, Bareilly. Now, college is running B.A, B.Com & B.Sc courses in its premises. RBAGDC Gajraula is located 22 k.m in west on Delhi-Moradabad road from District Head-quarter and approx. 1.5 k.m away in south from N.H 24 and 1 k.m away from Gajraula Railway Station.