Named after the daughter and son of the donor Shri Dahyabhai S. Patel, Nalini and Arvind, the college was founded in the year 1959.Earlier it was the Arts wing of Vitthalbhai Patel Mahavidyalaya. In view of the increase in enrolment it became a separate identity.The College was selected by the University Grants Commission for implementation of the College Humanities & Social Sciences Improvement Programme (COHSIP) during 1975 and 1980. It bagged the Best Arts College Award of the Government of Gujarat for the year 1979-80 in the very first year of its institution.The college runs three-year degree course leading to the Bachelor of Arts (BA) of Sardar Patel University.
1. Gujarati Literature
2. Sanskrit Literature
3. Hindi Literature
4. English Literature
8. Political Science
9. Logic and Philosophy
11. Vocational Courses as a Subsidary Subjects
1. Office Management and Secretarial Practice
2. Computer Application
12. M.A. Philosophy and Logic(Self Finance)
It houses a study centre of Babasaheb Ambedkar Open University. The college boasts of a separate building for housing the library.It is named after the donor, Shri Maganbhai Jeshangbhai Patel of Samarkha.
The Vision of the institution is based on Nalanda and Takshashila. Nalanada= Na + Alam + Da which means knowledge cannot be completely imparted; where generation and acquisition of knowledge goes on unabated. Takshashila literally means shaping stone into an idol. It stands for continuous development of the students. Some stones are porus and soft, some are spotted and some are hard.We aimed at shaping our students and developing them into the ideal human beings.
CVM has a mission of reinvigorating society through quality education.Since 1947 CVM has established over 48 institutions proving itself highly responsive to the changing socio-economic environment by venturing into various emerging disciplines under the continuous dynamic leadership of Late Shri Bhaikaka, Late Shri Bhikhabhai Saheb,Late Shri H.M. Patel (ICS retired).and now with Dr. C. L. Patel as the present Chairman of CVM, ISTAR is thriving under the pantronage of CVM.Read More
The NCC is the Indian military cadet corps with its Headquarters at New Delhi, Delhi, India. It is open to school and college students on voluntary basis.
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Sports are all usually forms of competitive physical activity or games which through casual or organised participation, aim to use,improve physical ability and skills.
We are actively engaged in providing the students with an extensive range of cultural and co-curricular activities. Keeping in line with this commitment our college organizes.
A nature club is functioning in the college in association with World Wide Fund for Nature – India. All the teachers and majority of students are members of WWF-India.
Academic and Administrative Audit (AAA) is a system to control and maintain high standards in the field of Higher Education. It is playing vital role in providing quality education to the learners all over the world. These combined processes are considered important for effective network management and security.
The institutions of higher education in this state, as elsewhere, organize special functions on their annual day. The day is celebrated at the close of the academic session. It provides an opportunity to assess the achievements and shortfalls.
The National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) is an organisation that assesses and accredits institutions of higher education in India. It is an autonomous body funded by University Grants Commission of Government of India headquartered in Bangalore.
International Women's Day is celebrated in March each year with a program of content relevant to the community such as lectures by women role models, panel discussions and plays.
A Drawing Competition is an event staged with delays ranging from a week to a month, where drawings, not sprites, are submitted by various artists and compared by the general public.
No. of Clients: (2015-16)
M.A. Students - 08
PhD. Scholars - 03
Number of Staff Members: 31