Symbiosis Society

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Symbiosis Society
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Motto Vasdhaiva Kutumbakam
Motto in English
The world is one family
Type Private
Established 2002
Chancellor S. B. Mujumdar
Vice-Chancellor Dr. Rajani R.Gupte
Location Pune, Maharashtra, India
18°31′21″N 73°49′46″E / 18.522588°N 73.829575°E / 18.522588; 73.829575Coordinates: 18°31′21″N 73°49′46″E / 18.522588°N 73.829575°E / 18.522588; 73.829575
Campus Urban, multiple[1]
Affiliations UGC, AICTE
Website www.symbiosis.ac.in

The Symbiosis Society is a family of 37 educational institutions on 19 campuses in India. It has some 27,000 students.

The society manages the Symbiosis International University (SIU), formerly Symbiosis International Education Centre.

Symbiosis is a Greek term meaning 'Living together for mutual benefit'. Symbiosis is an educational and cultural center, established in 1971 under the patronage of S. B. Mujumdar, president and founding director. It is registered under the Societies Registration Act, 1860 and the Bombay Public Trust, Act, 1950. The institution is headed by Dr. Vidya Yeravdekar

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18°31′21″N 73°49′46″E / 18.522588°N 73.829575°E / 18.522588; 73.829575