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St. Vincent's College of Commerce

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The ST. VINCENT'S COLLEGE OF COMMERCE was started in 1972 by the Society of Jesus (or "Jesuits' as they are more popularly known as), a Christian Religious Order founded by St. Ignatius of Loyola in 1540. St. Ignatius of Loyola was born in the Basque province of Spain in 1491. In his youth, young Ignatius was filled with thoughts of valour and chivalry. He had joined the forces of the Duke of Navarre and while defending a fortress at a place called Pamplona in 1523 against French troops, his left knee was shattered by a cannon ball. During the period of his convalescence, he had a deep conversion experience and decided to join God's forces. From then onwards, he went through a process of trying to concretise this calling, eventually resulting in the formation of the Society of Jesus.

Since its inception, the Society has been active in the field of education throughout the world. Worldwide, the Society of Jesus is responsible for over 665 Educational Institutions in about 65 countries, engaging the efforts of approximately 70,000 teachers and educating approximately 15,00,000 students every year. The Jesuits could undoubtedly be called the global leaders of education.

In India, the Society of Jesus is responsible for over 110 High Schools, 24 University Colleges and 14 Technical Institutes. These institutions are part of the Catholic Church's effort to share in the country's educational undertaking. This effort, though particularly responsible towards the Christian Community, has always served the entire nation. Students of these institutions belong to every social class, community and linguistic group. They aim at making their own contribution towards a transformation of the present-day social conditions, so that principles of social justice, equality of opportunity, genuine freedom, and respect for religious and moral values, enshrined in the Constitution of India, may prevail, and the possibility of living a fully human existence may be open before all.

The St. Vincent's College of Commerce was set up primarily to offer an opportunity to working youth, who wished to pursue their higher studies while continuing to work. It was started initially as a degree college to which, later, were added the junior college and the post-graduate sections. It adheres to the Jesuit hallmark of an all-round, value-based and disciplined approach to education. Over the years The St. Vincent's College of Commerce has immerged as a center of excellence in the field of commerce education. This has been made possible thanks to the commitment and consistant efforts of the management, faculty and non-teaching staff.

Quality education in the true sense is not mere learning, but the formation of the whole person. At St. Vincent's College, special care is taken to build the character of the students, inculcating in them values of morality and social justice, with the hope of developing people who can become instruments of creating a more humane society. These details are retrieved from www.svcpune.org
Mission & Vision
The College strives to make its humble contribution to dispel the darkness that surrounds our lives, its origin, be it ignorance, material deprivation or religious biotry. No doubt, this an enterprise greater than ourselves and wider than our institutions. The college motto has been inspired by the following verse from Brihandaranyaka Upanishad:

Asato ma sadgamaya
Tamaso ma jyotirgamaya
Mrutorma amrutamgamaya

From the unreal lead me to the real;
From the darkness lead me to light;
From death lead me to immortality.

From Vedic times it has been our great religious tradition that God is regarded as man's true inner light. By adopting this ancient dream of our land in our motto we are pledging ourselves not to keep this light hidden within us, not to be shy about it, but to let it shine forth in our actions so as to illumine the path of many around us. By a sense of our duty to our teaching profession, by our fidelity to rules and regulations, by our commitment to a spirit of service to our fellowmen, more specially the poor, the ignorant and downtrodden, we with to spell out this motto in our lives. This implies a greater insertion into the community around us, developing a sensitivity to problems affecting our countrymen especially the poor, the illiterate and downtrodden.
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