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Sarda Education Society's ( Trust )
(A Linguistic Minority Educational Institute)

SMT RADHABAI SARDA ARTS, COMMERCE & SCIENCE COLLEGE

Anjangoan Surji , Dist. Amravati (MS) - 444705
Estd. 1966

Affiliated to Sant Gadge Baba Amravati University, Amravati
AISHE No. C-42979

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VISION

To provide need based quality education to the people living in the vicinity of Anjangaon Surji so as to make them responsible citizens and well equipped to face the challenges of this highly competitive and globalized world.

MISSION

To provide educational opportunities to all irrespective of the caste, colour, creed and sex.
Besides making them employable in the fast changing world scenario, the college also strives to instill the spirit of national integration and patriotism in the young minds of the students through the medium of value-based education.


ABOUT US

             Smt Radhabai Sarda Arts, Commerce & Science College is situated at Anjangaon Surji, a rural Tehsil place of Amravati district in Maharashtra (Latitude 21.1670988 longitude 77.3152116). Shri Sarda Education Society's Smt. Radhabai Sarda Arts, Commerce and Science College was established in June 1966. The college encompasses a sprawling campus of 13.31 acres of land. At present, the college is running 03 undergraduate programs i.e BA, BCom, BSc and Post-graduate in 03 subjects i.e. English, Marathi and Home-economics. The college has 03 PhD Research Centre in English, Marathi & Home-Economics. Around 2000 students are enrolled as regular students while more than1500 students are admitted to YCMOU Study Centre. At present, out of 36 full time faculty members, 22 faculty members are PhD holders while 12 faculty members are pursuing PhD. There are 07 PhD Guides in the institute. It's a great honor for the institution that 05 faculty members are on the Board of Studies of Sant Gadge Baba Amravati University, and 02 BOS members are chairperson of their respective boards.

PRINCIPAL DESK

Principal

Dr. Bashisth Choubey

        "The army of sheep led by a lion is much more powerful than the army of lions led by a sheep...!"