Permanently Affiliated to University of Mumbai, NAAC Accredited with CGPA of 3.07 at A Grade.


This necessity has forced the management to establish senior college and therefore Tala Arts and Commerce College came in existence in 2001, which was renamed as D.G.Tatkare Arts and Commerce College, Tala, after the name of the father of the then Honorable finance minister of Maharashtra Mr. Sunil D.Tatkare. The vision of the college “Exploration of Youth Strength for the nation Building” itself reflects one of the notable STRENGTHS of the college because it ensures empowerment of the rural youth for building the nation. D.G.Tatkare Arts and Commerce College (here in after called as DGT College) offers three Years integrated undergraduate course in B.A. and B.Com. And two Years Post Graduate course in Political Science and Accountancy under auspices of Curriculum Design and Development. In B.A.Course students are able to opt for Marathi, Geography, and Political Science and Economics as Major Subjects. In B.Com Students may offer either Advertisement or Secretarial Practice along with accounts and Finance. Apart from these courses students can undertake short duration add-on course in computer such as CCC, DSA, DTP, MS. Office,CCC &CCDTP,CCC &DSA,CCC &ATP,IT,CCFA,Hardware + CCC ,DDTP,C4+,CLIT & DTP,MOS+CCC,Tally,CCDTP

Principal Message

Education plays a key role in the overall development of the society. The role of education is definitely not limited to giving and grasping knowledge and theory. The true goal of education transcends much beyond just awarding degree and certificate to the students. As Mahatma Gandhi said, "By Education I mean an all round drawing out of the best in child and man-body, mind and spirit". The ultimate goal of education is the discovery of the meaning of life and the fulfillment of life and all mankind as well as for oneself. The quest of education is knowledge, humanity, culture, wisdom and sharpness but it should be noted that knowledge is not given but earned and character is not granted but cultivated.

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