Welcome to Shrimati Sitabai Ranguji Shinde Mahavidhyalaya

      Sitarang Charitable Society was founded by a well-known civil work contractor, approved by the Government of Maharashtra, and agriculturist Shri Sitaram Rangiji Shinde in 1997 to promote education to the rural youth. He started social activities through the Swami Samarth Mandir, then started a public Library in the Bori to enhance people's reading habits. The people from the vicinity supported the activities introduced by him in the area. He expanded his work profile and started secondary school affiliated with the Maharashtra State secondary and higher secondary board, Pune, in 2003, from 5th standard to 10th standard. He gained his experience and took the initiative to .start Shrimati Sitabai Ranguji Shinde Arts, Commerce and Science College, Bori Tal. Junnar Dist Pune. The college was established in 2006 to fulfill the need for higher education for the young boys and girls of the surrounding areas. In 2013 he started junior college and primarily English medium school. The Government of Maharashtra has permitted the institutions mentioned above on a selffinanced basis. He invested his funds in this noble cause and provided educational facilities to the rural youth at affordable fees.

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Education for masses is principal instrument and the tool for eradication of all pervasive social evils and desirable effective social change. Education through self-help is a significant and chief drive of social change to achieve different tasks of nation building by establishing social equality and social justice.


In order to achieve the vision as To import higher Education through the University formal courses and non-traditional self financing and short term courses. By imparting higher education for the upliftment of the backward, the depressed, and the underprivileged and tribal communities of the region.

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