The Lady Amritbai Daga College for Women of Arts, Commerce & Science and Smt. Ratnidevi Purohit College of Home Science and Home Science Technology is a premier Women's College in Central India in existence for the last82 years with its goal centered around women's progress in educational, social and cultural fields. It was established at a time when a women's college was considered a path breaking venture. The beginnings were humble.
On April 21,1932 a citizens meeting was convened in which Women's Education Society' was formed with Rao Bahadur M.B. Kinkhede as its Founder President, Shri Y.M. Pathak as Founder Secretary and Smt. Ramabai Tambe as the first Principal of the college. The Constitution of the Society was drawn up by Justice W.R. Puranik and Shri T.J. Kedar. Sir Sorabji Mehta was the founder Chairman of the Executive Committee of the society.
The College was formally inaugurated by Honourable Justice Dr. M.B. Niyogi, C.I.E., the then Vice Chancellor of Nagpur University and later the President of Women's Education Society on 11th July 1932. The college was affiliated to the Nagpur University on 1st July 1935 as 'Central College for Women' with Miss Shanti Rangarao as the Principal and Lady Gowan (Wife of His Excellency, the then Governor of Central Provinces and Berar Sir Hyde Clarendon Gowan) as President. The institution owes its present status to the illustrious and equally commendable dedication of luminaries who left their mark in the annals of the college. They were besides Rao Bahadur M.B. Kinkhede and Lady Gowan, Lady Kalhum Wylie (wife of His Excellency, Govemor of Central Provinces & Berar, Sir Francis Verner Wylie), Lady Muriel Twynam, (wife of His Excellency, Governor of Central Provinces & Berar, Sir Henry Twynam), and Smt. A. Pakwasa (wife of His Excellency, Governor of Central Provinces & Berar, Sir Mangaldas Mancharam Pakwasa).
Application form and the Information Brochure can be collected from the college office on payment. Application for admission in any class/faculty should be registered as per the notification of the college given either in the newspapers or displayed on the college Notice Board. The Degree College and Junior College re-opened for the new session on 17/6/2014.
Students from outside Maharashtra Board and University desirous to seek admission for higher courses of the University are required to submit an Eligibility Certificate which can be obtained from Nagpur University on payment of the prescribed fee as per letter of University bearing No. Enrol 95/2865 dated 4.5.1995.
No admission shall be finalised in absence of the Eligibility Certificate.
Every application must be written in the candidate's own handwriting and must be endorsed by the Parents/Guardians of the candidate who will be responsible for her.
For admission to all classes, original School/College Leaving or Transfer Certificate, mark-list and true copies of the same should be brought at the time of admission.
Every application must be accompanied by the certified true copies attested by the Gazetted Officer, Principal, Headmaster or Lecturer of the affiliated college of Nagpur University only.
No admission form will be accepted in absence of the mark-list of the qualifying examination passed and TC.
A student admitted in the college has to pay the fees and other dues for the entire academic session even if she leaves the college in the middle of the session. No transfer certificate will be issued unless the entire amount of the fees prescribed is paid.
Note : The original school/college leaving certificate will not be returned in any case after admission.
No applicant for admission can claim admission as a matter of right on the basis of ex-studentship of this college. Once the examination for which a student is admitted, is over, she shall cease to be a student of this college, whether she has actually appeared for the said examination or not and irrespective of the fact that she has not taken her transfer certificate from the college.
The Principal has powers to refuse admission or cancel admission once granted, if a student is found guilty of gross misconduct or misbehaviour or any act of indiscipline, or is found guilty of using unfair means in the college examination for which disciplinary action has been taken against her or for participating in any agitation or taking out morchas etc.
Reservation of seats: 50% seats are reserved for backward classes, students belonging to all reserved categories. Preference in admission may be given to college students who have passed XII Std. in 1st Attempt with the percentage to be notified in the newspapers and on the college Notice Board. Then if seats remain vacant, outsiders shall be considered for admission.
On admission every student shall obtain on payment of Rs. 20.00 an identity card carrying her own passport size photograph duly pasted on it and shall preserve this card carefully with her in order to produce it on demand as and when required. In case of loss, it can only be reissued on payment of Rs. 50/- (Fifty) only.Every student must bring the identity card daily to the college and return the same to the office at the time of receiving their admission cards for Board/University examination.
In case this card is lost the matter should at once be reported to the college office. This card can be used. for other purposes like joining University or Govt. Libraries.
Medium of Instruction & Examination : The College offers English, Hindi and Marathi medium of instruction in Arts courses and English in the Home Science, Science & Home Science Technology courses. In the Commerce faculty the medium of instruction is English and Marathi.
For more details about admission please contact :-
Principal's Office:2246623, 2247192
Fax No. : (0712) 2246945
(M) No. : 8888836283
Email : [email protected], ladcollege©yahoo.co.uk
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