Bahadurgarh is the city and municipal council of Haryana. It falls under the Jhajjar district and is located at the distance of 29 km from Delhi
, so rightly called the “Gateway of Haryana”. It was founded by the Mughal Emperor Alamgir II, who gave it to Bahadur Khan and Tej Khan in 1754, who changed its name from Sharafabad to Bahadurgarh. Later on it came into the hands of Sindhia and then went to the British.
This historical town is now making progress in every field, be it education, economy or administration. It is being maintained and developed by HUDA Bahadurgarh is one of the fastest developing towns in the NCR region.
Besides famous for its mouth watering “Pakodas”, it has developed into one of the major Industrial towns of Haryana. Many Small and Large Scale Industries in Bahadurgarh
including Hindustan National Glass, Hindware, Somany Tiles, Parle Biscuits, Seaga India Pvt Ltd, Prakash Surya G.I Pipes, Yokahama Ltd Japan, Relexo Footwear etc.
Bahadurgarh is also the abode of many educational and research institutions offering professional degrees and diplomas. It is the well known place for Girls education.The Govt. Girls College is imparting education in the field of Bachelor’s courses and B.ED for girls. Many Girls even from Delhi
come here to pursue the course.
Large number of Institutes is offering computer courses in Bahadurgarh. The PDM Institute of Polytechnic offers three year Diploma Courses in the disciplines of Computer Engineering, Electronics and Communication Engineering, and Mechanical Engineering and Civil Engineering.