Shikshan Prasarak Mandal's

late. Tatyasaheb Mahajan Arts and Commerce College

Chikhali - 443 201, Dist.-Buldana (MS)

Affiliated to Sant Gadge Baba Amravati University, Amravati


   It is a great pleasure to welcome you in our college and sanstha, and we are very happy to introduce our sanstha. S.P.M. Tatyasaheb Mahajan Arts and Commerce College is a small unit having two faculties of learning. The college is run by local management committee titled as "Shikshan Prasarak Mandal" means an organization to expand good education.
   The College was established in the year 1965.Then it was affiliated to Nagpur University. To introduce a new college then, indeed was not an easy task. The Management had to face and surpass many obstacles.
   The management that runs our college is aware of social responsibilities. Particularly, they have great love for education. In the present governing council the president Shri. Ramkrushna Govindrao Shete(Dada)( Ex. Nagar sangchalak RSS.) and Secretary Shri Premraj Bhala (Ex. Nagar sanghachalak RSS). Besides this degree College, the management is running seven High Schools with attached junior colleges and seven convents for English Medium School, two Primary Marathi Medium Schools. It is a Matter of achievement that our management is running a Medical College (B.A.M.S.) also.
   The organization has certain definite aims and objectives. One of the main objectives is to educate people who belong to poor families in rural area.


Vidya Param Daivatam


We are committed to providing quality education with equal opportunities.


We aim to bring about the academic transformation via education values and technological advancements that would help form the egalitarian- cum -advanced society and nation.

  • To impart quality education
  • To inculcate values through education.
  • To promote research culture among the taught
  • To moralize and socialize the students
  • To produce a class of skilled and technologically competent students.
  • To build a commune of good citizens and patriots.