D’Vli College Mumbai: Faculty and alumni seek intervention against decision to shut down aided section of D’vli college | Mumbai News

The decision to shut down the aided section at Dombivli’s KV Pendharkar College and become completely unaided has caused controversy among the institute’s alumni and teachers. The college, which has been running for five decades, is considered one of the most sought-after in the region. The college management claims to be financially independent and does not need government funding, expressing a desire to become a university in the future. Despite the joint director denying permission to shut down the aided section, the college management has moved court against the decision. The Maharashtra Union of Secular Teachers (MUST) has requested an inquiry into the matter. The college has assured that it will not increase fees for students.


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