Arts and Science Colleges in Mumbai has ranked the best among the top Arts and Science colleges in India. Some of best Arts and Science colleges like St. Xavier’s College which is the most recognized college across the world.
Let us look at the Arts and Science colleges in Mumbai and the best Arts and Science colleges in Mumbai in detail
St. Xaviers College is an autonomous institute under University of Mumbai, started in year 1869 under the name of Spanish saint ’Francis Xavier’. The institute is design in Indo-Gothic architecture.
K.J. Somaiya College of Science and Commerce, Mumbai was established in 1959. It is a constituent and affiliated non-government aided college under the auspices of the Somaiya Vidyavihar. It is recognized by the Government of Maharashtra and affiliated to University of Mumbai and accredited by NAAC with A grade. The aim of the college is to equip the students with knowledge and skills of their chosen vocation and inculcate values to provide them opportunities for all round growth and prepare them for life.
The objective of the institute is to equip the students with advanced knowledge and skills in their chosen vocation and to provide value-based education and opportunities to the students to help them to face challenges in life. They strive to nurture a scientific attitude, temperament and culture among the students and to stand for academic excellence and education of the whole person beyond the curriculum, within a framework of ethical, disciplined, caring teaching that goes back thousands of years in India.
The Ramnarain Ruia College of Arts & Science was established in June 1937; it was the first college in Mumbai to be started by the Shikshana Prasaraka Mandali, Pune. This College is affiliated to University of Mumbai and conducts courses at Undergraduate and Graduate (Postgraduate) level.
Today, Ruia College enjoys the reputation of being one of the finest institutions of higher learning in the country. Its outstanding performance in the field of curricular and co-curricular activities has very considerably enhanced its prestige and brought it substantial financial assistance from the University Grants Commission, the C S I R and many other equally reputed bodies.
Elphinstone College occupies a unique position in the annals of education in the country. It is an outstanding place of learning which came into existences much before the University of Mumbai, to which it was later on affiliated.
The institution is known for its open access to students from all strata of the society. This includes various communities, income groups and interests. It is one of the few colleges in Mumbai with an extensive hostel facility for both boys and girls. Located within a walking range from the college and overlooking the marine Drive, the hostel is certainly among the unique strengths of the College.
Sophia College, founded in 1940, is affiliated to the University of Mumbai. The Governing Body of the Society for the Higher Education of Women in India runs the College. The Religious Sisters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus and lay staff form the staff of the College.
The Society of the Sacred Heart was founded in France in 1800, by St. Madeleine Sophie Barat. It is dedicated mainly to the all-round education of youth. There are now a number of schools and colleges of the Society all over the world, besides widespread innovative non-formal involvements. According to a long-standing tradition, the staff takes a personal interest in the harmonious growth of each student entrusted to their care.
Jai Hind College was established in 1948 by a small band of dedicated teachers of the D.J Sind College Karachi. A tragic world event, the partition of India, had driven them from their homes, their friends, and their work place. Weaker men would have succumbed to such adversities, but these were men of stronger mettle.
They came to Bombay, and persevered in the face of all odds to achieve their goal of setting up an educational institution to which they could contribute their expertise, their knowledge, and their skills. This was also their way of paying back, in substantial measure, the debt they felt they owed to the land that had offered them refuge and security. But it served another purpose as well, for it enabled them to retrieve their own self respect which circumstances had so badly bruised. Thus Jai Hind College was born.
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