Shri Shivaji College of Science ? University, Nagpur, is another educational constituent serving the academic sectors of Science and Technology, and offer revised degree education approved by AICTE and under the affiliation of RTM Nagpur University. Being a supervised division under Shri Shivaji College, the institute manages several departments of science and technology, some of them being Applied Science, Biology, Computer Sciences, Environmental Sciences, Geology, Geography and much more distinctive categories. The college provides one-stop facilities, laboratories and skilled infrastructure along with revised curriculum.
Our mission was spelt out long ago by the founder of the Shri Shivaji Education Society, Bhausaheb Dr. Panjabrao Deshmukh. "Let us work hard", he had said, "for the comprehension of scientific facts for the greatest good of the country. We shall close the wide gap that exists between the laboratories and the fields. "The farmer, for Bhausaheb, was the visible face for the destitute, unprivileged Indian who toiled on the farms and in the factories. Sunk in superstition, the peasant carried the burden of an exploitative society on his frail shoulders. Our mission, then, is to provide strength to the arms and mind of this Indian with the transforming force of education, to create a scientific temper which kills fear and quickens curiosity. We are alert to the double-edged nature of youthful energy, and are committed to harness their boundless enthusiasm and creativity for the mammoth task of nation building. We are in mission mode, and have created a facility for achieving excellence in education through the application of basic science and state-of-the-art technologies. We are committed to encourage research and to upgrade our tools, and to place our society at the cutting edge of progress. The domains of academia have opened up and strong market winds have begun to blow through its portals. Foreign universities are entering in droves and private business houses are at their drawing boards, planning out strategies to enter the education market in a big way. Critics may carp at what they call the commercialization of education, but pragmatists know that with India joining the world full steam, you either raise the bar or perish. We have always believed in raising the bar. All minds were put together, and as a result we have a major year-by-year road-map for the next five years. We already have high quality assets with us in our teachers, a supportive parent society, a good infra-structure and a reputation that takes an age to build. We are putting these assets to use in an annually distributed pattern to upgrade ourselves Scholarships: The Institute offers a range of scholarships and other financial assistance to all its students.
Number of Students: 1100