SWAMI RAMANAND TEERTH , a born Karmayogi, always preferred working with masses and rescuing them from tyranny. Like Mahatma Gandhi’s inspiring living-principle of non-violence and truth, Swamiji’s love for the suffering masses and his zeal to awaken them brought him close to the people at large.
Born on October 3, 1903, in Sindge village in Bijapur district in Karnataka, Venkatesh had his primary education at Gangapur village, the famous abode of Lord Narasimha Saraswati the Incarnation of Lord Dattatreya. He could complete his middle school education at kalyani and later high school education from sholapur. Always sensitive to the people’s urges young venkatesh found new hope in his yearning for freedom when Mahatma Gandhi launched his famous non-cooperation movement. He was then just 19 years. Though fully involved in non-cooperation religious fervour. He took his B.A., Degree from the Tilak Vidyapeeth, Pune standing first in the University; and then proceeded to pass the M.A. Examination, with flying colours, by writing a thesis on “Evolution of Democracy “.
Yogeshwari Mahavidyalaya of our institute started in 1956. The Arts and Commerce faculties started in the same college in 1960. The college got bifurcated in 1970 and our college which runs Arts and Commerce faculties was named after Rev. Swami Ramanand Teerth. The great Hydrabad Mukti Sangram leader. Under the able guidance of late Principal Shri. B.K. Subnis, our college prospered and got directives for future progress. Our college aims uplifting the poor and downtrodden sections of society. The governing council is a highly learned, experienced and devoted members. We feel it our pride as we have produced Politicians, artists, lowers, judges, teachers Read more…
The new millennium has begun, it has brought all new opportunities along with new challenges. The Millennium is a mixture of light and darkness. Humans are responsible for the darkness. As a great Indian Nobel Laureate writes, “we have to create a heaven here in India”—not out of place to go for the Complete Revolution stated by Jayprakash Narayan. The youth is hot and bold, he is fully potent. He possesses all guts and capacities to face the challenges and do away all the social, political, moral, educational and other evils. It is not only our Nation’s call, it is the call of the world humanity. We must believe in revolutionary evolutions bringing man liberty, Read More…
- To stress sacrifice, service and secularism- the principle given by founder – Rev. Swami Ramanand Teerth.
- To instill in the students ideals of patriotism, healthy citizenship, democracy, social equality, justice and humanitarianism.
- To focus the three ‘H’ (Head, Heart and Hand) along with the noble principles of truth, non-violence and service to humanity.
- To create ideal citizenship and to uplift the poor and the downtrodden communities.