Re-accredited 'A' Grade By NAAC.
Our Vision: To Emerge as a Centre of Excellence in Teacher Education
The Hyderabad (Sind) National Collegiate Board was founded in 1949 by Barrister Hotchand G. Advani and Principal K. M.Kundnani. Both these eminent personalities played a pioneering role in the field of higher education in Mumbai. Beginning with conventional degree courses, the HSNC Board continued to set up institutions of specialized learning. Today, the Board manages a chain of professional, vocational and job oriented courses in various disciplines, and is the largest educational corpus in Mumbai.
The HSNC Board has a tradition of academic excellence that runs right through an interdisciplinary curriculum: Arts, Science, Commerce, Education, Law, Pharmacy, Engineering, Computers, Management and Polytechnics.
The HSNC Board manages 29 educational institutions including secondary and higher secondary schools, polytechnics, degree and post-graduate colleges with over 2,500 teaching faculties and over 50,000 students. The Board is managed by a dedicated team of professionals led by the President, Mr. Anil Harish.
Hyderabad (Sind) National Collegiate Board, comprising its members, faculty, staff and students has a glorious vision – a vision that will propel it onwards.
“To be at the frontline of human knowledge and work towards the fulfillment of cultural, scientific, intellectual and humane needs of society in general and students in particular; to enrich and enhance the economic vitality and quality of life, while being firmly rooted in the rich Indian ethos and belief.”
Hyderabad (Sind) National Collegiate Board is one of the oldest minority institutions in India, having been founded in 1949. It imparts a broad, balanced as well as professional education to students. The Board believes that education is an ongoing process of revelation and re-interpretation that leads to a rapturous growth of the individual.