Rajkumar College has a rich legacy of environmental
protection. From its very inception, no stone has been left
unturned to promote the cause of ecology. The lush green
campus is ample proof of the revolutionary zeal of the
founders of the school who meticulously planted neem,
mango, peepal, banyan, sal, teak. Over the years, water
harvesting has been successfully implemented which has
recharged our water table. A large pond located in the
north east of the campus further replinshes the reserves.
Every year tree plantation is conducted by students who
tend to the saplings. A 2 acre farm is operational on the
campus which provides organic vegetables to the school
mess. No wonder the campus is termed as the Oxyzone
The College has spacious buildings, grounds and play fields. The whole estate is spread over 125 acres. Taking into account the severe summers, all our class rooms and central facilities are air-conditioned. There are two centrally air-conditioned auditoriums, Stow Hall which has a capacity of seating 400, and Jashpur Hall with 1000 persons.
The Stow Hall and Jashpur Hall are used for lectures, cultural programmes and other central activities. Tagore House, Madhya Pradesh Bhawan, Hospital, Shukla Bhavan (Art and Music), Sonepur Pavilion, Library Building, Cricket Pavilion, Swimming Pool, Auditorium, Billiard Room, Indoor Shooting Range, Squash Courts, Skating Rink, Badminton Courts, Table Tennis Hall, Kabaddi Arena, Horse Riding etc. are some of the other areas catering to our requirements. Tagore House was inaugurated by Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru, the then Prime Minister of India, in 1963. Madhya Pradesh Bhawan was inaugurated in 1973 by Prakash Chandra Sethi, Chief Minister of undivided Madhya Pradesh.
Rajkumar College ( Junior School )
Rajkumar College ( Senior School )