Arts, Science, and Commerce College, Kolhar is a NAAC accredited institution that began in 1999 with 10 teachers imparting education to 57 students in 2 departments. In 2018-19, the institute boasts of 32 teachers and 698 students spread across 15 departments. The college runs 7 undergraduate, 1 postgraduate, and 2 skill development courses.
Awards and Recognitions
NAAC Accredited at ‘A’ Level Grade - UGC, May-2015.
2 (f) - UGC, June 2010.
12 (B) - UGC, July 2013.
Soil Water Analysis Kit, Autoclave, Hot Air Oven, Models - Medicago Centrifuge, Digital Balance, Analytical Balance, Magnetic Stirrer, Hygrometer Digital, Cup Anemoter-Model, Rain Guage- Model, C.R.O. Function Generator
5 acre Ground
2000 sq.ft. Gymkhana Hall
Also Includes: Running Track, Chess, Kho-Kho Court, Throwing (Shot Put, Discus, Javelin),Carom, Kabaddi Court, Jumping (High Jump & Long Jump), Volleyball Court, Football, Table Tennis, Handball Court, Netball, Gym Facility, Basketball Court, Softball, Weight Lifting, Baseball
Earn and Learn Scheme
Operational since 1999, Educational opportunities to economically weak students, Over 500 beneficiaries till 2016-17.
Canteen with strict quality monitoring by Canteen Committee.
For overall student development and discover hidden talent, Annual Gathering, Elocution and Essay Writing Competitions, Sports Events, Welcome and Send-off Functions, Teacher’s Day.
Compulsory Medical Checkups as per University Directives.
Dr. Ganesh Hedge
Principal, Deputy Adviser at NAAC
“The college is performing well and let it encourage and motivate young faculty for overall improvements.”
Dr. N.S. Umrani
Pro-Vice Chancellor, SPPU Pune
“The college has been proactively engaged in holistic development of rural students. It is making wonderful strides in different areas might from sports to extension activities. Especially, optimum utilization of available resources by the college is highly appreciable.”
Chief Editor Lokmat, Ahmednagar
“Got an opportunity to visit the college and attend seminars on two very important topics ‘The Utility of Nanotechnology’ and “Internet and Hindi Literature’. Also impressed by the college campus and its policy on uniforms.”