SHEO DENI SAO COLLEGE, KALER was established in year 1963 by a great social worker,
business man and education lover Sri Sheo Deni Sao of village Sohsa.
Late Sheo Deni Sao generously donated finance and organized local villagers and motivated them
for contribution in cash or kind as per their ability, and thus succeed in setting a social movement
for the establishment of this centre of higher education in this extreme socially
and economically backward area of Kaler block.
‘KALER’ is a small block level township of Arwal district. It is situated on the Patna-Aurangabad National Highway No.-98, about 115 Km. towards south of state capital of Bihar PATNA. Kaler is one of five blocks of Arwal district of Magadh division. Arwal district is smallest and newly constituted district of Bihar, it came into existence in August 2001, it was earlier part of Jehanabad district. Arwal township which is district headquarters of district of Arwal is 88 Km. south from the state capital PATNA. Kaler is about 27 Km. towards south from Arwal on N.H. 98. Arwal town is situated on the right side bank of the river Sone, which is a tributary of the river Ganga. Kaler is thickly populated with Pathan Bradries. The Pathans are over all dominant and plays important role in the society. The population of Muslims is such dense that there are three MOSQUES is this village. Other populations are mostly of SC and OBC categories. College, High School, Middle school, Hospital and different public sector Banks are available in this tiny township. The negative point is that the facility of electricity is not available. The economy of this area is totally depends on agriculture and most of the population resides in village and are farmers. The soil is sandy but highly fertile and productive. The entire area is well irrigated due to the proper arrangement of canals. Farmers harvests paddy crops mainly and also rabbi. There is no existence of any industry of other business centres in its vicinity. Agricultural Research centre has been established recently at Lodipur village about 10 Km. towards north of Kaler. A road bridge on Sone river connects Arwal to Sahar in Bhojpur district whose headquarters is ARA. The language spoken here is “MAGAHI” a dialect of Hindi.
SHEO DENI SAO COLLEGE, KALER was established in year 1963 by a great social worker, business man and education lover Sri Sheo Deni Sao of village Sohsa. Late Sheo Deni Sao generously donated finance and organized local villagers and motivated them for contribution in cash or kind as per their ability, and thus succeed in setting a social movement for the establishment of this centre of higher education in this extreme socially and economically backward area of Kaler block which is situated on Daudnagar – Patna National Highway No. -98, about 88 Km. from Patna and about 75 Km. from Gaya main town. It has got its first affiliation in 1964-65 in Arts faculty only and in 1970 it got affiliation in science faculty upto Intermediate level. The degree standard in Science faculty was started in 1976. This college has been converted into constituent unit of Magadh University, Bodh-Gaya in year 1980. This college has been established with real objective of providing quality higher education to the sons of downtrodden and poor farmers who are mainly of backward & SC Categories of this far flung area of magadh commissionary. This college has three main building blocks. It has also developed various infrastructures to fulfill the academic need upto degree level education in Science, Arts and Vocational studies. Well-equipped class rooms and laboratories are the main assets of the college. Computer Lab and Library facilities are adequate. Games & sports are also there. College is trying to start NCC also Separate common rooms for Girls & Boys; Staff rooms for Teaching & Non-teaching employees are also the main attraction point.