Mr. J.G. Kadam the former member of parliament and Mr. Dadasaheb Kale the former member of legislative assembly dreamed to provide the facility of Higher education to the poor but interested students. Their dream came to reality when the establishment the college in the year 1963. The college received recognition in the year 1966-67 by the government.
As a social service the college has launched the center Yashwantrao Chavan Mukta Vidyapith (Yashwantrao Chavan Open University) from the session 2005-06. Thus college has started an initiative in Distance Education for the downtrodden yet clever students in society with weak financial background.
Students who are downtrodden and financially weak have to face many difficulties. For these students the college has started the ‘Pupil Guardian Scheme’ from the session 2008-09. According to this scheme each teacher has to take the responsibility for the expenditure of degree education of any one poor student. As social service and duty towards society each teacher is willingly participating in this scheme step by step. This scheme is considered a gem in the crown of our institution.
For the first time our college introduced the farmer suicide relief fund scheme and invited all the employees of the college were invited to contribute a generous sum of money in the collection of this fund. This fund is distributed to various families, severely affected and facing these gruesome circumstances.
The college building is situated on the main road in the city. The huge building consist of well-designed classrooms with comfortable furniture, functional laboratories, updated gymkhana. Excellent results, job oriented education and training etc. are the prime features of our college. We are always looking forward for the consistent development of our college.