Literally and, to a great extent, symbolically too, every creation reflects the transformation of the socio-cultural surroundings. These surroundings are, most often, the surroundings of the creator in which he lives and whose analogies and discrepancies he experiences. As a matter of fact, the more a creator understands his times and aligns himself with those times, the more acceptance and recognition he receives. Renowned socialist thinker, Late Shri Kapildev Singh, is no exception to the aforementioned fact. Owing to his highest social conceptions and his finest understanding of human values, his creation, the Women’s College, has in the present day become the crown jewel of Bahadiya.
Situated on National Highway 80, far from the cruel hustle and bustle of the town, in a purely rural setting, the college is akin to the holy prasadam (प्रसाद) of Goddess Bala Tripur Sundari Jagdamba, and is living proof of the materialization of the dreams of the blessed son of the Goddess herself i.e. Late Shri Kapildev Singh (Ex-Minister, Bihar Government) and of the benevolence and sincere endeavours of Late Shri Rambalak Singh (founder secretary). This college, which is akin to a flower in the garden of Shri Ramjanki Ramdhan Singh Nyas Parishad, is perhaps the only institution in not just this region but in the entire state of Bihar where arrangements are available for imparting of traditional as well as technical education exclusively to the daughters, right from the primary level up to the graduate level within the same premises. Resident Indian, Shri Ajay Kumar Singh (Bahariya, Ramcharan) provided nearly 100 computers, 10 servers and other technical equipment to the college as grant through the Leeds Met University. Also, the contributions of Late (Dr.) Ramji Prasad Singh (Ex-Principal), Late Shri Brijeshwar Prasad Singh (Ex-Secretary andCouncil) and Late (Dr.) Muralidhar Singh (Ex-Principal) in the all-round development of the college will remain ever unforgettable. The co-operation of Shri Rajeev Ranjan Singh (Ex- Member of Parliament) is an important contribution towards lighting the path of “सप्तक्रांति” (i.e. seven-fold revolution) of Lohia and in the direction of awakening of women.