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Deccan Education Society

Logo of Deccan Education Society.

Deccan Education Society came into existence after Shri Vishnushastri Chiplunkar founded New English School along with Lokmanya Bal Gangadhar Tilak, in year 1880 in its present location of Tilak Road in Pune, India

In 1884 the Deccan Education Society was formed with Shri V. S. Apte, (M. A.), Shri. Gopal Ganesh Agarkar, (M. A.), Shri V. B. Kelkar, (B. A.), Shri M. S. Gole, (M. A.), and Shri. N. K. Dharap, (B. A.) joining them. At present DES runs 43 institutes in Maharashtra.

Some of the prominent institutes run by the Deccan Education Society include:

Name of College Estd
Fergusson College, Pune
1885
WILLINGDON COLLEGE, SANGLI
1919
BRIHAN MAHARASHTRA COLLEGE OF COMMERCE, PUNE
1943
KIRTI M. DOONGURSEE COLLEGE, MUMBAI
1954
CHINTAMANRAO COLLEGE OF COMMERCE, SANGLI
1960

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External links

  • Official website

References

  1. ^ http://www.despune.org/des-colleges


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