Adopted Village Scheme

Introduction: Agriculture is the backbone of Indian economy. Thus real India resides in villages. Until and unless villages are developed socially, economically and politically, we cannot progress as a developed country. If we want to make our mark at international level as a super power we must concentrate on the development of villages.

The current situation of Indian village is really a drastic one. When we think about Maharashtra State there are one crore twenty five lakhs forty four thousand seven hundred ninety seven families are living in village. They are facing number of problems so regarding this scenario our college decided to adopt four nearby villages namely Gimona, Malapur, Mangul and Antargaon.


To make the villagers aware about socio-economic problems.

To help them to solve their problems regarding education of their children.

To make them sensitize about cleanliness, hygiene and environment protection


Maximum students admitted to our college are from nearby villages only. They are the first generation of their families who took education and try to complete their graduation and post-graduation. Their parents and guardians are illiterate farmers, laborers, working at farm and elsewhere. So they are suffering from many educational problems. So at least to make them aware about following issues we adopted above mentioned four villages

  • to maintain their hygiene and cleanliness.
  • to support them to get the benefits of government policies.
  • to empower the woman socially and economically by helping them to start Self-help Group.
  • to take a survey and to forward it to the government.

 Selection of Problem:

It was decided by the principal under his chairmanship in the meeting to adopt four villages near by the college and it was supported by the teaching and non-teaching staff. As these villages are nearby to the college so he particularly selected these villages only.

1. About Malapur:

Total Population: 578

Male : 305

Female: 273

2. About Mangul:

Total Population: 402

Male : 196

Female: 206

3. About Gimona:

Total Population: 707

Male : 360

Female: 347

 4. About Antargaon:

Total Population: 634

Male : 327

Female: 307


At the beginning of every academic year the head of the committee prepare the annual action plan and submit it to the principal and sarpanch of that village. As per planning generally following programmes are organized in the adopted villages.

Cleanliness Drive

  • Rallies related to concerned issues.
  • Tree plantation
  • Distribution of story books to the school children.
  • Health check-up Camp

At the end of the session feedback is taken from the sarpanch and finally the report is submitted to the principal of the college.

Evidence of Success:

The programmes conducted in adopted villages created awareness among the villagers regarding cleanliness, environment protection and hygiene.