Rajarshi Shahu College, Latur
|Motto||Aaroh Tamso Jyoti|
|Location||Latur, Maharashtra, India|
Rajarshi Shahu College, Latur (R.S.M.L.) is a higher secondary education institution in the Latur district of south-eastern Maharashtra, India. The college was a pioneer in the development of the "Latur Pattern", which has been adopted and implemented by many other colleges across the state.
The college was established in 1970 by the Shiv Chhatrapati Shikshan Sanstha (Shiv Chhatrapati Educational Institution), Latur. Shahu's first principal was Dr.Janardhan Madhavrao Waghmare, who was the first pillar of Latur Pattern. The college has consistently produced Maharashtra State level toppers in the Higher Secondary School Certificate Examination (10+2) of the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education, Pune and the Common Entrance Test for four-year bachelor's degree courses in Medical and Engineering fields. The college is also famous for the Chartered Accountant's examination preparation. Students who are willing to be Chartered Accountants do their higher secondary education and a three-year bachelor's degree in Commerce stream (B. Com.) and then take the Chartered Accountant's course. There is a large contribution of this college in creating and popularizing the "Latur Pattern". Mr. Anirudh Jadhav has major contributions in creating the Latur Pattern and making it widely known throughout India.
The college has more than four thousand students (including Junior College) on the roll. The total staff includes 77 teachers in the Senior College, 78 non-teaching staff and 63 teachers in the Junior College (Class 11 and 12). The college mainly conducts preparatory courses for the following competitive entrance examinations: MHT-CET, AIEEE (All India Engineering Entrance Examination), MPSC (Maharashtra Public Service Commission), MBA (Master of Business Administration) and MS-CIT (Maharashtra State Certificate in Information Technology). There are 21 departments including 7 Post Graduate departments. The college also offers courses such as Russian language, Additional English (second language), Sanskrit, Pali and Functional English (a vocational subject), M.Phil (Geography). The teachers of Marathi, Pali, Geography, Economics, Sociology, Chemistry, Zoology & Fishery Science and Physics guide the Ph.D. aspirants. The college introduced computer courses in 1998 on a non-grant basis. It is thus catering to the needs of higher secondary and higher education in this region.
Awards and accolades
The college is affiliated to Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathwada University, Nanded and has achieved an A grade with 89.25% and CPE status from the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC), India. The college was awarded the Best Educational Institution Award at the hands of Dr. P.C. Alexander, Governor Of Maharashtra.
In 2013 College Become Autonomous.Educational Batch of the year 2013-14 is the First Batch of Degree College as Autonomous Grade.
|01||B.Sc. C.S.||Three Years (Six Semesters)||10+2 Pass with Science Stream or Its equivalent|
|02||BCA||Three Years (Six Semesters)||10+2 Pass with Any Stream or Its Equivalent|
|03||B.Sc. (General)||Three Years (Six Semesters)||10+2 Pass with Science Stream or Its Equivalent|
|04||B.Sc. B.T.||Three Years (Annual Pattern)||10+2 Pass with Science Stream|
|05||B.Lib. & I.Sc.||One Year (Semester Pattern)||Any Graduate|
|06||B.Com.||Three Years (Six Semesters)||10+2 Pass or its equivalent|
|07||B.A.||Three Years (Six Semesters)||10+2 Pass or its equivalent|
Competitive Examination Center Rajarshi Shahu Prabhodhini
Post Graduate Courses
|01||M.Sc. C.S.||Two Years (Four Semesters)||B.Sc. C.s., B.C.A., B.Sc. with CS/IT/Comp. App., B.E.(CS)|
|02||M.Sc. (Bio-Tech)||Two Years (Four Semesters)||Any Science Graduate|
|03||M.Com.||Two Years (Four Semesters)||B.Com. Graduate|
|04||M.A. (Economics)||Two Years (Four Semesters)||B.A. with Economics|
|05||M.A. (Geography)||Two Years (Four Semesters)||B.A. with Geography|
|06||M.A. (Sanskrit)||Two Years (Four Semesters)||B.A. with Sanskrit|
|07||M.Sc. (Photonics)||Two Years (Four Semesters)|
|01||M.Phil. (Geography)||One Year||M.A or M.Sc. in Geography|
- Deulgaonkar, Atul (2003-08-01). "Latur's great leap". Frontline. 20 (15).
- "What is the Latur pattern of study? - The Times of India". timesofindia.indiatimes.com. Retrieved 2015-09-07.
College website Rajarshi Shahu Mahavidyala, Latur