Our Vision

The basic aim is of the 'Swami Sahajanand Saraswati Sewa Samaj' is to spread education among the down-troddened and poor people who can't afford to impart education to their ward in prevailing situation due to Exorbitant cost of education.

Our Mission

Quality improvement in teacher’s education. The college intends to provide “Competency Best and Commitment Oriented Teacher Education for Quality School Education", so that professionalism can be of great help in Teacher Education.

Swamijee Message :-

Stereotyping a rebel philosopher is a common phenomenon all over the world. Swami Sahajanand Saraswati is no exception. People know him as a peasant leader who founded Kisan Sabha and fought for the rights of farmers and farm laborers during the freedom struggle in India. The only achievement ascribed to him is abolition of Jamindari Act. Very few people know that he wrote over three dozen books on subjects as varied as philosophy of Bhagwadgeeta and politics of class struggle. Though he was a sage who had denounced all worldly possessions and was actually forced to organize farmers reeling under oppressive colonial rule, his radical views were considered to be dangerous by the British rulers who left no chance to put him behind the bars. On one such occasion, while serving a term in Hazaribagh Prison in 1941, SwamiJi wrote at length on sociopolitical conditions of Jharkhand. His lengthy letter, apart from containing political overview, also presents he was the first person to point out that tribal population of Jharkhand should receive education in its own mother tongue. “It is quite surprising that all the schools in Ranchi. Manbhum and Santhal Pargana are imparting education either in English, Hindi or Bengali languages. It appears that oue acamedicians have opened schools only for urban non-tribal students,” Swami Sahajanand observed. “Entire region of Jharkhand has only 40 High Schools which is about one-fourth of total number of High Schools in rest of Bihar (173) , “he pointed out. The radical sage pointed out several fallacies in education system in Jharkhand. He even praised the Christian missionaries for their commendable job in spreading literacy by establishing primary schools. “They might be converting the tribals into Christians, but we should not forget that they are also making them educated human beings. Why can’t native capitalists, landlords and Congressmen emulate them? Was his observation. “Those decrying conversion must compete with the missionaries. Mere religious slogans will not work anymore. Let us not forget that these missionaries began their operations when no priest dared to visit this place, let alone working here, “Sahajanand added. In his critical analysis Swamiji pointed out that there were no schools for 60,000 Paharias living in Damin-i-Koh. He was only 0.4 percent which made them vulnerable towards oppression. Are these observations relevant today ? Yes, they are! Literacy among the tribals is much below the national average of 54 percent. Only 5.4 percent students of these communities receive higher education. Their political awareness does not go beyond community affiliations. Thousands of them leave their state every year in search of petty jobs. Keeping these facts in mind, Swami Sahajanand Saraswati B.Ed. College Trust, Bokaro, has envisaged establishing centers of higher education and academic excellence in Jharkhand.