Accredited at A+ Level by NAAC. 'College with Potential for Excellance.' ISO 9001 : 2008 Certified. Recipient of Best Rural College Award by University of Pune 2009-10.



                 Library is the center of any organization & plays an important role in the Social, Educational, and Scientific & Industrial achievement of National growth at all level and setting of a number of industries & research institution that have given a boost to the development of a new library. We have an army of a professionally qualified trained library staff. With this purpose Padmashri Vikhe Patil Art’s, Science and Commerce College established the Department of Library & Information Science in the year 1994-95 offering the degree of bachelor of Library & Information Science. Infrastructure

            The Department of B.Lib & L .Sci has a separate section having 12 sets of DDC, 15 sets of C.C., and 12 sets of sears list of Subject Heading 13th & 14th edition. It has a separate classroom facility which fulfills the needs of students.

            The Departmental library houses 433 books and subscribes to 07 journals.


Faculty Profile (2011-2012).

   Sr.No.     Name      Designation     Qualifications. 
   1.        Prof Aher B.B.       Assistant Librarian         M.Com.,M.Lib.,M.Phil.
   2.      Prof. Satpute D.T.      Librarian           M.Lib.,SET,NET,M.Phil.


Achievements of Department.

• Mr. Aher B. B. Presented paper at National Level Seminar organized during January 11th & 12th, 2011 at Parner

• Mr .Pawar A.B. Presented paper at National level Seminar organized January 11th & 12th, 2011 at Parner.

• Free e-journal facility is made available for Students and Staff. • Special Library Software Vriddhi is made available for Staff
  and Students.  


    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.