Welcome to R.R.Mehta College of Science and C.L.Parikh College of Commerce

The district was honored by the state government with an award of Rs. 3 lacs in 1964 in recognition of its fruitful performance in the Small Saving Scheme of Gujarat State Government. Education was a far cry of the toiling illiterate lot in the district. The education experts in the locality considered it to be priority to initiate college education as entire B.K. District is educationally backward and many people are tribal and they reside in the remote area. The Banaskantha District Kelavani Mandal (BKDKM) was established in 1961 with an aim to uplift and educate the students of all castes and classes of Banaskantha. BKDKM, in 1964 with 60% grant, set up the first degree Grant-in-Aid College – in the Faculty of Arts with strength of 100 students in a rented building, Yavar Manzil popularly known as royal house, located in the midst of the town. In 1965, the BKDKM braved to set up in the same building the first Grant-in-Aid Science College in the district. And in 1979, the Mandal, instituted Grant-in-Aid Commerce College. With hardly any funds and no buildings or infrastructure to speak of, the BKDKM established three grant-in-aid colleges. The Mumbai based diamond barons and natives of the district, displayed a philanthropic gesture to step up the educational reforms and financial constraints of BKDKM. Today the BKDKM has established an umbrella of educational institutions to cater the needs of the district learners. The campus of G. D. Modi Vidya Sankul is developed to address vitality of the education in this backward region. The Campus is spread near the state highway. In the year 1986 and 1996, Arts, Commerce, and Science Colleges were moved respectively to this new avenue from the rented building. The Arts College was named after G. D. Modi Arts College. Science and Commerce colleges were merged into one and named as R.R.Mehta College of Science and C.L.Parikh College of Commerce. These bifurcations executed as per the government norms. The G. D. Modi Vidya Sankul houses two grant-in-aid and four self-financed colleges including Law, BCA, BBA and, Arts and Fine Arts Colleges.

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