MR. HAJI NASIR PATHAN
The Youth Education and Welfare Society has prodigious historic heritage. It was established in 1928.And National Senior College Nashik has been standing since 2007 as pride of this great inheritance which has become the symbol of quality education and instrument of social change. The college has a major responsibility of addressing the crucial issues plaguing the community as a minority institution. Considering its deteriorating number in services & probably the highest dropout rate in education, the Muslim community needs education on priority. In this context, education of girls becomes all the more crucial. In keeping with this line of thinking, we stress on education of Muslim girls & these contribute in a small way in bringing about the community orientation.
Muslim students, like the students from any other community, needs education for the betterment of their society. They need to be brought in to the mainstream of the society. This would increase the literacy rate of India in general & Muslims in particular. The college is sensitive to the needs of Muslim students. Most of the students of the college are economical backward Muslims as the admission policy of the college is determined by preferential option for poor & minority classes. In the academic year 2019-20, the total strength of the students for undergraduate courses is 650 out of which 438 were female students. The number of female students in the college itself testifies the institution’s objective of providing education to Muslim women. The college strives to promote quality education with changing global context for a meaningful & self supporting life to its main patrons.