Re-Accredited at A Level by NAAC. 'College of Excellence.' ISO 9001 : 2008 Certified. Recipient of Best Rural College Award by Savitribai Phule Pune University 2009-10.

    " I am deeply honored to inform you that Padmashri Vikhe Patil College of Arts, Science and Commerce, Pravaranagar has directly or indirectly played a crucial role in carving a new niche for our students. During the last two decades, the institute has taken a giant leap in introducing conventional, vocational, career and job-oriented programmes at undergraduate, postgraduate and research levels benefiting thousands of students and empowering a large number of rural women. The vertical and horizontal expansion of the college campus into an academic center of excellence has put our college on the educational map of the country.

         While assuming the captaincy of this college, I am overwhelmed by sincere feelings of reverence, awe and gratitude. As a principal, leading this college offers a really big challenge as one has to match one’s performance with the predecessors. Moving in gear with time, we have to grow at the speed of thought to register even the eye-blink changes. Further moving in synch with time, we must empower and strengthen our conventional courses with information technology and its mega reach. We are taking every step to strengthen our supremacy in academic and research programmes, infrastructure, placements, extension, co-curricular and extra-curricular activities.


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    Our Inspiration

Padmashri Dr. Vitthalrao Vikhe Patil, the pioneer of Sugar Co-operative movement, who had a humble beginning, was chiefly instrumental in, organizing the much exploited sugarcane 'growers of the 44 villages, in and around Pravaranagar, way back in 1948, and establishing Asia's first co-operative sugar factory, which was commissioned in 1950.