123 Dinshaw Wachha Road, Churchgate, Mumbai.,Mumbai,Maharashtra 400 020
It was the historic day of June 20, 1960 that saw the doors of Bombay’s newest College of Commerce & Economics open wide at dawn. The city, back then, wasn’t so populated, and the Principal wondered if he would have enough students to fill his classes.History shows that classes filled up soon enough!Located on 123 Dinshaw Wachha Road, at the…
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