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                The Hyderabad (Sind) National Collegiate Board was managing the National College in Hyderabad (Sind) long before the partition of India. The Board was associated with the National Movement for the Independence of India. After the Partition of the country in 1947, the members of Sindhi Hindu Community were compelled to abandon the college and migrate to India. Late Vidyasagar Principal K.M.Kundnani was the Principal at that time. After the partition of the country in 1947, Late Vidyasagar Principal K.M.Kundnani appreciated the need of his teaching fraternity and the community and initiated efforts for starting a college in Mumbai. He received active support and encouragement from Late Barrister Hotchand G.Advani. Both of them together founded the Hyderabad (Sind) National Collegiate Board in 1949 at Mumbai. Late Barrister H.G.Advani was the Founder President and Late Vidyasagar Principal K.M.Kundnani was the Founder Secretary and Founder Principal of the first college started by the Board and known as the Rishi Dayaram National College, Bandra, Mumbai –400050.

               This was followed by a chain of Educational Institutions belonging to various faculties such as Arts, Science, Commerce, Management, Education, Law, Engineering, Technology and Para-Medical. The Institutions managed by the Board and affiliated to the University of Mumbai or MSBTE are as follows

          1. Rishi Dayaram National College of Arts and Science, Bandra (W), Mumbai-400050.

          2. Kishinchand Chellaram College of Arts and Science, Churchgate, Mumbai-400020

          3. Kishinchand Chellaram Law College, Churchgate, Mumbai –400020.

          4. Hassaram Rijhumal College of Commerce and Economics, Churchgate, Mumbai-400020.

          5. Smt.Mithibai Motiram Kundnani College of Commerce & Economics, Bandra (W),    Mumbai-400050.

          6. Smt.Chandibai Himathmal Mansukhani College of Arts, Science and Commerce,      Ulhasnagar –421003.

          7. Bombay Teachers’ Training College, Colaba, Mumbai-400005.

           8. Prin.K.M.Kundnani College of Pharmacy, Cuffe Parade, Mumbai-400005.

           9. Gopaldas Jhamatmal Advani Law College, Bandra (W), Mumbai-400050.

         10. Watumull Institute of Electronics Engineering and Computer Technology, Worli,    Mumbai- 400018.

         11.  Thadomal Shahani Engineering College, Bandra (W), Mumbai-400050.

         12. HSNCB’s  Dr. L.H. Hiranandani  Pharmacy College, Ulhasnagar – 421003.

         13. HSNCB’s  H & G Himatmal Mansukhani Institute of Management, Ulhasnagar – 421003.

         14. Nari Gursahani Law College, Ulhasnagar – 421003.

         15. Prin.K.M.Kundnani Pharmacy Polytechnic, Ulhasnagar-421003.

         16. Institute of Technology, Ulhasnagar-421003.

          17. K.C.College of Management Studies, Churchgate, Mumbai-400020.

              In addition, there are several Higher Secondary and Secondary Schools.


              The Institute is located amidst beautiful and scenic surroundings of Worli Seaface. It started functioning in 1981 as a Post Graduate Diploma awarding Institute.

             In 1983, the Institute was recognized for a Post B.Sc. three-year degree programme, in   Technology, leading to B.Sc.(Tech) Br. viii Degree  course of Mumbai University in the following disciplines  :

                             (a)    Electronics Engineering (Including Industrial Electronics)

                             (b)    Computer Technology (Hardware & Software)

                             (c)    Electronics Instrumentation (Including Biomedical Instrumentation)

             The programme received permanent AICTE recognition in the same year. The institute is also recognized by Institution of Engineers (India). The first batch of students graduated in 1986.

            The Institute switched over to the four – year B.E. Degree Course in Engineering from the year  2002-03 with the approval of the Government of Maharashtra, with the affiliation of University of Mumbai and with the approval of the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE).

             The Institute lays huge emphasis on inculcating conceptual and analytical skills in students leading to deeper appreciation of technology.  It believes in molding students in such a form that they are able to contribute to the rapidly changing fields of modern technology through education, research and professional practices.

              Considering the dynamics of the field, the challenge is to keep abreast with the trends emerging in the field of technology.  However, with the help of experienced faculty, sophisticated laboratories equipped with latest and necessary instruments and a library up-to-date with books, technical magazines and science journals, it no more remains a challenge.