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Secretary’s Message

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Milind Rajkumar Shah (Wagholikar)

Anekant Education Society was established in 1961 to provide students with an avenue for higher studies. Late Fulchandji Gandhi laid the foundation stone of the society and later Late Lalchand Hirachand, Late Jambukumar Chandulal Shah (Saraf) and Late Shashikant Shah (Lengarekar) all held the esteemed position of being the Chairmanship of the Society.

I am happy to communicate to all that TuljaramChaturchand College of Arts, Science & Commerce began its journey in 1962 with 119 students. Today it catersto more than 14000 students in different faculties and courses.

We are aware that Indian society is changing its shape rapidly asit faces globalization. This is putting more pressure on higher education but also creating several new avenues of opportunities for our students. Our society has taken upon itself the task by accepting this challenge and is now running several professional and vocational courses along with our regular Under-graduate and Post-graduate programmes. It is our pleasure to announce that the college has received NAAC ‘A +’ grade at its third cycle of reaccreditation and recently also achieved an ‘Autonomous Status’ from UGC. This has given us a new platform of academic freedom to tune our syllabi with the current requirements of the industry and society as well.

I am sure that the students of the current and future generationswill now be competent to face new challenges and also be ready to grab all the opportunities that come their way. Surely, this will lead to shaping a new vibrant India.

I wish all the success to my fellow students.