KISAN VIDYA PRASARAK SANSTHA, SHIRPUR

Reg. No.: 2690 of 1951-52, F-23 Dhule
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"KARMAVEER ANNASAHEB"

  • A great Social reformer and promoter of education for backward communities of Maharashtra.
  • A great freedom fighter – Joined the Indian freedom movement in Youngest age.
  • Participation in Quit India Movement of 1942.
  • As a politician – Started working in 1953.
  • Elected as Member of Legislative Council of Maharashtra in 1968
  • Elected as President of Dhule Zila Parishad in 1974.
  • Worked for development of rural parts, helped to provide facilities like electricity, water irrigation, roads and better health facilities.
  • As a Social Worker – Believed in transformation and social equality.
  • A great supporter of women empowerment and education.
  • Honoured by Maharashtra Government as “Freedom Fighter” and title of “KARMAVEER”.

"KISAN VIDYA PRASARAK SANSTHA"

  • Kisan Vidya Prasarak Sanstha, Shirpur is One of the oldest institutes in Maharashtra Established in 1941.
  • The great freedom fighter Karmaveer Vyankatrao Tanaji Randhir, the founder chairman, establish the Sanstha keeping the vision of rural education, women empowerment and rural development.
  • Sanstha is a pioneer of Quality Education in Shirpur since 1941. Presently, the KVP Sanstha is functioning through 77 educational and cultural centers.
  • Sanstha Operates Schools, CBSE School, High schools, training colleges, arts, commerce and science colleges, Junior colleges, D.Ed. Colleges, Medical College, Pharmacy colleges, Hostels.
  • The remarkable thing is that Most of the education centers are in Rural, Backward, hilly and remote parts and providing quality education and building and strengthening the trust.
  • KVP Sanstha is a Non-commercial and non-profitable institute and providing best education and facilities at the lowest fees possible.
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Our Inspirations

Matoshri Savitribai

Late. Matorshri Savitribai Vyankatrao Randhe

Dadasaheb Vishwarao

Late. Dadasaheb Vishwasrao Vyankatrao Randhe

Dr Vijaraoji

Late. Dr. Vijayrao Vyankatrao Randhe