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Eminent T.T. Girls College and Eminent Academic Girls College, 60kms from Jaipur airport, is located in Village Soda in Malpura, District Tonk, Rajasthan. 

The two colleges operate in the same campus under the umbrella of New Eminent International School Shiksha Samiti recognised by National Council of Teacher Education and affiliated to Maharshi Dayanand Saraswati University, Ajmer.


Started in 2007 by Mr.L.Chaudhary, Eminent Girls College is said to be the first girls college in the region of Malpura. In 2015, owing to the management's inability to pay off loans, the college shut operations. At the time, *Ms.Chhavi Rajawat was the sarpanch (village leader) of village Soda where Ms.Rajawat was setting an example for the rural youth, women and grassroots leadership through her inclusive development initiatives.


Being the first MBA village leader of India, an alumna of Rishi Valley School, Mayo College Girls School, Lady Shri Ram College for Women, Ms. Rajawat also has an entrepreneurial and a corporate background. Owing to the impact of the renowned schools and a privileged urban background, Ms.Rajawat is a staunch believer in the power of good education and economic upliftment of an individual.


In a society where girl child education is not priority, Ms.Rajawat empathised with the young women and the challenge the college shutting mid semester would bring to the students enrolled. As a result, in 2016, Ms.Rajawat and her parents decided to take over the management of the defunct college. 

Eminent Girls College came with huge debts, dilapidated buildings and multiple challenges. With the support of her parents and the admin team, Ms.Rajawat has been able to keep the college afloat. 


The team is now ready to take the college forward onto the next phase which requires funds and some technical support. These initiatives include:

1. improving the college infrastructure 

2. building a hostel facility

3. securing the campus with barbed wire fence

4. creating a better sports facility and repairing the basketball court

5. construction of toilets in the academic block, hostel and skill development building.

6. launching a community radio centre to create awareness and improve basic education in the neighbourhood.

7. setting up an agriculture centre promoting cost effective organic farming solutions to the youth to combat the negative impact of climate change.      

Our young students are guided and mentored by Ms.Rajawat, whom they get an opportunity to work closely with by contributing their time and gain knowledge by participating in the community initiatives.

Ms.Rajawat believes that if these young students receive the appropriate skills and guidance then they would not only become better leaders but, amazing mothers who, as professional teachers, could impart knowledge to many future generations and be key stakeholders in helping improve the conditions in rural India.

*Ms Rajawat is a celebrated multi-awarded sarpanch, an Aspen Fellow, a Young Global Leader with World Economic Forum an alumna of Australia India Youth Dialogue and International Visitors Leadership Program. She has addressed the United Nations in NY at the 11th Info-Poverty World Conference. She was a special guest on KBC and a Tedx speaker. Ms.Rajawat has attended executive education programs at ISB and Harvard Kennedy School. Ms.Rajawat currently sits on the board of EIH Ltd., Mumtaz Hotels Ltd., Bayer's South Asia Advisory Council, Vedica Scholars Program and Miracle Foundation. Ms.Rajawat is a motivational speaker, a certified hatha yoga teacher, a budding farmer.

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To provide our young ladies an opportunity to learn from interactions with visitors from varied fields and backgrounds and provide them exposure and awareness to various possibilities.

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We believe that if these young ladies receive the appropriate guidance then they would not only become better leaders but amazing mothers who, as professional teachers, could impart knowledge to many future generations and be key stakeholders in helping improve the conditions in rural India.

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