About Us

YXasin Meo Degree College, the only minority college in the Western Part of the country, is named after the Late Chaudhry Mohd. Yasin Khan (the famous and illustrious leader of Mewat). This college was established in July, 1971. In fact, it abstract words examples was established in 1923 by Ch. Mohd. Yasin Khan with the motivation of the then Deputy Commissioner, Mr. F.L.Brayne. So its name was the Brayne Meo High School.

The college is customwriting.com essay spread over a sprawling campus of around 28 acres in the outskirts of Aravalli hills. It has 28 rooms, one assembly hall and one big library. The college is affiliated to M.D.University, Rohtak. It is located on Delhi-Alwar Road at about 70 K.M. south of Delhi. It is multi-faculty co-educational Degree College having 22 regular (seven filled and fifteen vacant) and 18 part-time lecturers. At present the number of students in the college is around sixteen hundred. The college has big play ground on its campus used for different types of games like Football, Cricket, Volleyball, Kabaddi, Hockey, Gymnastic and Badminton.

The importance of the college has in fact that this college provides education not only to Mewat region of Haryana but also to the neighbouring districts of western U.P. and Rajasthan. Mewat region is one of the most backward (both educationally & economically) regions of India, especially of Haryana. Majority of the population resides in villages.

There are some countable achievements of the college. Since its inception in 1971, it has multiplied the total strength and the number of graduates in the area which earlier could be counted on fingertips. The number of graduates produced by the institution has reached nearly fourteen hundred. It is once again the remarkable achievement of the college that few of these graduates rose to the status of Judicial Officers, Executive Officers, Police Officers and M.L.As’. More than three dozen advocates basically graduated from this college, are in practice in various courts. It is also worth mentioning here that several teachers who have worked hare have joined I.P.S., I.E.S. and different national and international institutions to rise the status of professors.

In the field of sports our students have successfully participated in different games at the University level and particularly in weight lifting competitions our students achieved excellence and won the Inter-University, State and National titles. Women weight lifters participated in International Championship held in Thailand and Taiwan.

Some our N.C.C. Cadets were selected to participate in the Republic Day parade held on 26th January, 1994 in the Capital. Besides, our students also got positions under National Service Scheme (NSS).

FOUNDER

Chaudhary Mohammad Yasin Khan was born on November 4, 1896, in village Rehna of District Mewat. As his father Chudhary Khuda Baksh Khan died in his childhood, his uncle Chaudhary Wali Mohammad gave special care to his education. He passed the middle class examination from Nuh and stood first throughout Panjab. He also has credit of being the first graduate of Mewat. He obtained his Law degree from the Delhi University.

Chaudhary Mohammad Yasin Khan was determined to spread modern education among the Mewatis by establishing modern educational institutions. He believed that only modern education could reform the society of the Meos which suffered from backwardness and negligence. In this process he started a school at Rehna which he later on shifted to Nuh. He summoned a Meo Panchayat and it was decided to upgrade the school into a High School. The scheme was put before the Deputy Commissioner of Gurgaon Mr. F.L.Brayne. The DC approved the plan and decided to levy two anna per bigha with the revenue. The Meo community also started subscription (chanda) for the purpose. Sir Fazal-e-Husain, Education Minister of Panjab, laid the foundation stone of the school by merging the Middle School Nuh and the Middle School of Zila Parishad, on 28th March 1923 and the school was named as Brayne Meo High School. When Chaudhary Mohammad Yasin Khan became the Chairman of the District Board, Gurgaon, he made a plan to establish a Primary School every two miles and a Middle School after every two village (if the population justified it).

Chaudhary Mohammad Yasin Khan elected a member of the Panjab assembly from 1926-1946 on the ticket of the Unionist Party. In 1947 he joined the Indian National Congress and continued to hold his position as a member of the Panjab Assembly from 1952-1962.

Around 1930-31 Maharaja of Alwar, Sawai Jai Singh increased the land revenue. The Meos decided not to pay the taxes and revenue if they were not reduced. Chaudhary Mohammad Yasin Khan supported their demand and soon the petty protest transformed into a movement. He called a conference of All India Meo Panchayat earlier founded by him at Ferozpur Jhirka known as Alwar Conference, and it was decided to put the matter before the Central Government. He also met the Marxist-Nationalist leader Kunwar Mohammad Ashraf. The British Government came into action and the Raja was dethroned. The new Raja after a few skirmishes conceded the demands and reduced the 1/4th of the land revenue. In this movement hundreds of Meos were killed and two murder attempts were made on Chaudhary Mohammad Yasin Khan.

After the independence on 15th August 1947, the Meos due to their suffering in communal frenzy began to migrate to Pakistan. But Chaudhary Mohammad Yasin Khan firmly decided to dissuade the Meos from migration to Pakistan. He convinced Gandhiji to come and hold a programme at Ghasera in Mewat in 19th December, 1947 to prevent the immigration and to assure the rehabilitation of the Meos. Chaudhary Mohammad Yasin Khan died on 19th February 1970. The Meos still cherish him and for his devout to the Meo community and Mewat.