@sivasaravanakumar k If you are using any IDE to develop program like Eclipse then you can Add all required JAR file to program path and then build JAR using Eclipse. (http://tutoringcenter.cs.usfca.edu/resources/adding-user-libraries-in-eclipse.html)
If you want to run your program on remote job where these jar might not be on classpath then build FAT/Executable jar using Eclipse. FAT JAR will ensure that all the required dependency is packaged with the program. (http://stackoverflow.com/questions/502960/eclipse-how-to-build-an-executable-jar-with-external-jar)
You can also use build-tool like Maven to handle dependency for you.