V. T. Patil
|V. T. Patil|
|MP-Loksabha; founder- Tararani Vidyapeeth, Kolhapur|
|Constituency||Western Maharashtra - Kolhapur.|
|Born||31 July 1900
Shigaon, Bombay Presidency, British India
|Political party||Indian National Congress|
V. T. Patil (born 31 July 1900 - death unknown) was an education reformer and politician who represented Kolhapur as a Member of Parliament in the 3rd Lok Sabha that sat between 1962 and 1967. His interest in development of education in Kolhapur — a town in Maharashtra, India — is reflected in the various institutions that he either founded or was involved in founding.
Patil was born in Shigaon, Sangli district, Bombay Presidency, British India on 31 July 1900. He graduated from the University of Bombay with a degree in law and between 1930-1950 he had a legal practice in Kolhapur.
Patil had an interest in developing rural and women's education in Kolhapur. He was involved in the establishment of Tararani Vidyapeeth's Junior College of Education, and was a co-founder of Shri Mouni Vidyapeeth. In addition, he founded Kamala College and helped to establish Shivraj College of Arts & Commerce.
Member of Parliament
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