Ismail Yusuf College

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Ismail Yusuf College
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Ismail Yusuf College
Motto"Sā vidyā yā vimuktaye"
TypeGovt. College
Established1930; 92 years ago (1930)
PrincipalSwati Wavhal
UndergraduatesBSc, B.Com, BA
Location, ,

19°08′00″N 72°51′14″E / 19.13334°N 72.854022°E / 19.13334; 72.854022Coordinates: 19°08′00″N 72°51′14″E / 19.13334°N 72.854022°E / 19.13334; 72.854022
CampusUrban, Jogeshwari, 54 acres (220,000 m2)
NicknameIY College
AffiliationsUGC, NAAC, University of Mumbai

Ismail Yusuf College, is the fourth oldest college of Mumbai, India. "I Y college", as it is popularly known, is managed by Government of Maharashtra. It is the oldest college in North Mumbai. It was established in 1930 with a large donation from Sir Mohammed Yusuf Ismail, K.T. on Jogeshwari Hill. The foundation stone was laid by Leslie Orme Wilson, Governor of Bombay in 1924.



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