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

Department of Economics

About Department

    The college was established on 20th June 1965 by S.P.M. (Shiskhan Prasarak Mandal) which is known as Tatyasaheb Mahajan Arts and Commerce College. It was established to give an opportunity of education to the students of rural area. The college started first year of Arts and Commerce, affiliated to Nagpur University. Economics in Arts faculty is an optional subject and Business Economics in Commerce faculty is compulsory subject.

Sr. No. Name of Faculty Period
1 Prof. R.P. Ayachit (Ex. Principal) 16 Sept.1966 to 20 July 1969
2 Prof. O. A. Nagpure (Ex. Principal) 01 July 1967 to 31 March 2005
3 Prof. S.B. Kelkar (Ex. Principal) 27 Nov.1970 to 30 June 1990
4 Dr. Dilip P. Mahajan 01 Aug.1998 to Onward
5 Dr. Vijay K. Wakode 07 Jan.2006 to Onward

  • To introduce the students to the advanced theories in economics.
  • To equip students with analytical tools of economics to understand the current economic reality with perspective of problem solving.
  • To introduce the tools of empirical analysis.
  • To offer a wide range of courses enabling the students in their pursuit of specialization in NEP-2020
  • To organize various curricular and co-curricular academic programme
  • To organize students research workshop on current issues


    To produce this knowledge for solving the problems of the country with special focus on Social justice, Distributive justice and Gender justice.


      The aim of Economics & Planning forum is to make the students aware about various economical issues as well as to awareness the knowledge about world & Indian economy, hence the Economics & Planning forum is established every year in the college. The forum is also encourages the students to take part in various economic & social activities.
      The general & specific aims & objectives of Economics & Planning Forum are as:

    General Aims

    Promote understanding and discussion of economic issues.
    Create a platform for sharing knowledge & perspectives.
    Foster critical thinking & problem-solving skills.
    Raise awareness of the importance of economics.

    Specific Aims

    Develop “economic planning consciousness” among the public
    Enhance research & scholarship in economics.
    Advocate for specific economic policies.