2. MNIT Jaipur
3. MBM Jodhpur
4. GEC Kota
5. CTAE Udaipur
6. GEC Ajmer
7. JECRC Jaipur
9. GEC Bikaner
10. AIT Alwar
For admission of candidates on seats in M.B.B.S./B.D.S./B.V.Sc. & A.H. courses in various Government and Private Colleges affiliated with the Rajasthan University of Health Sciences, Jaipur. List of affiliated colleges with numbers of seats are also available on the websites of RUHS (www.ruhsraj.org).
Kunwar Natwar Singh was born on May 16, 1931, at Jaghina village in Bharatpur, Rajastan, India. His Gotra is Bhagaur. Maharaja Bachchu Singh was the relative of Patiala royal family and Mr. Natwar Singh is also the relative of Patiala family. Mr. Natwar Singh's father served the Royal Army of Bharatpur Province. He was for a while a minister without portfolio after having been removed from his post as Minister in charge of External Affairs on November 7, 2005 under a cloud of scandal. Named by U.N. Volcker committee as a beneficiary of illegal payoffs in Iraqi oil scam, was forced to resign from the Cabinet on Dec 6, 2005.
Raja Ram Meel (born 1951) is the president of Rajasthan Jat Mahasabha. he is a leading Industrialist, Social worker and a modern Bhamasah of Jats. He was born at village Nirwana in tehsil Suratgarh of Ganganagar district, Rajasthan in the family of Jat Hindu of Meel gotra. His father’s name is Dana Ram Meel. He is considered to be one of the richest of Jats in Rajasthan. He contributes to every program concerning Jat Samaj.
He started with trade in tyre business in Ganganagar. He started taking contracts of wine in 1967. He started Govind Readymade Garments at M.I. Road Jaipur in 1986. He has great contributions to the Jat Mahasabha Sammelan organized on 3 January 1999 and Grand Jats raily in Jaipur on 1 August 1999. Raja Ram Meel is the chief patron of Swami Keshwanand Institute of Technology Management and Gramothan, Jaipur. Besides setting up a Model residential High School at Suratgarh he has contributed in the establishment of about 50 rural educational Institutes.
Ch. Charan Singh was born on 23 December 1902 to Meer Singh and Netra Kaur at Noorpur village, Meerut, Uttar Pradesh. After completing graduation in science and masters in arts from Agra he did his LLB and started practicing as a civil lawyer at Ghaziabad. Charan Singh joined the Indian National Congress in 1929 and took active part in the Freedom Movement. He remained in the party till 1967. His dream to be the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh was realised when he was elected leader of the Sanyukta Vidhayak Dal (SVD) and became the Chief Minister of coalition Government in 1967-68, which lasted less than a year. He became the Chief Minister of another coalition government of Uttar Pradesh in 1970, once again for a brief spell of 6 months. He was elected to the 6th Lok Sabha in 1977 and was the Home Minister in Morarji’s cabinet. In 1979 Charan Singh took over as the Prime Minister of India with the support of Congress (U) and Congress (I) for less than a month. He held the highest office without facing the Lok Sabha even once.
In 1984 he rechristened his "Lok Dal" as Dalit Mazdoor Kisan Party (DMKP) but later reverted to the old name ‘Lok Dal’. His personal life-style was simple and reflected his peasantry background. He understood problems of the farmer and did his best to help them. He was the chief formulator & implementor of the Zamindari Abolition Act. He rallied the people against landlord and moneylenders. He wrote a number of books concerning farmers like ‘Abolition of Zamindari’, ‘Cooperative Farming x-rayed’, ‘India’s poverty and its solution’
In the early 17th century, the farmers of India were being terrorized and ill treated by the Mugals. At this point of time Churaman, a powerful Jat village headman rose against this tyranny but was defeated harshly by the Mughals. This did not remain for long, since the Jats once again came together under the leadership of Badan singh, and controlled a vast expanse of territory. The Mugal emperor recognized him and the title of ‘Raja’ was conferred upon him in 1724.
Deeg was the first capital of the Bharatpur state with Badan Singh being proclaimed its ruler in 1722. He was responsible for conceiving and constructing the royal palace on the southern side of the garden, now called Purana Mahal or old palace. In 1730, crown prince Suraj Mal is reported to have erected the strong fortress with towering walls and a deepwater moat with high ramparts about 20 feet (6.1 m) wide in the southern portion of the town. In the same year he built the fortress at Kumher.