Tehelka - - JHARKHAND -

Group, a name to be reck­oned with the crème de la crème has made the ‘Mi­das Touch’ a pos­si­bil­ity in al­most ev­ery sphere of life. The group has made en­vi­able progress in dif­fer­ent sec­tors of Re­new­able En­ergy, High-Tech Agri­cul­ture, Chem­i­cals, Flex­i­ble Pack­ing, FMCGs, Real Es­tate and In­fras­truc­ture, Heavy En­gi­neer­ing, Tex­tiles, Mar­ble Min­ing and Ed­u­ca­tion. Today, the re­mark­able strength of 5,000 em­ploy­ees stands as a wit­ness to its fas­ci­nat­ing tale of splen­dor and success.

It was just in the yes­ter­year of 2009-10 that Mr San­jay Gho­dawat laid the foun­da­tion stone of Sou. Sushila Dan­c­hand Gho­dawat Char­i­ta­ble Trust’s San­jay Gho­dawat Group of In­sti­tu­tions ( SGI) and now the cam­pus al­ready of­fers full-fledged MBA and En­gi­neer­ing pro­grams. It of­fers Five UG dis­ci­plines of en­gi­neer­ing viz. Civil Engg., Comp. Sc. Engg., Elec­tri­cal Engg., Elec­tron­ics & Telecom­mu­ni­ca­tion Engg., Me­chan­i­cal Engg. and M.E. Civil (Struc­tures) with a to­tal intake of 1,518 stu­dents. SGI came into ex­is­tence draw­ing its in­spi­ra­tion from the San­jay Gho­dawat Group’s vi­sion to bring the ad­van­tage of ad­vanced tech­ni­cal learn­ing of premier stan­dards with the best of the in­fras­truc- tu­ral fa­cil­i­ties to stu­dents of ru­ral and semi­ur­ban back­ground. Today, this dream has un­folded prov­ing that mir­a­cles are in­deed pos­si­ble even in our age of moder­nity. You can wit­ness a sprawl­ing cam­pus that is re­plete with all the world class fa­cil­i­ties that go on to be a silent wit­ness to the writ­ing on the wall, “When it comes to qual­ity, SGI works with un­tir­ing and un­com­pro­mis­ing spirit.”

The SGI Cam­pus is spread across 150 acres and is sit­u­ated in a serene at­mos­phere amidst idyl­lic hills and lush green mead­ows of Ati­gre, near Kol­ha­pur, Ma­ha­rash­tra. SGI takes pride in hav­ing a galaxy of ex­pe­ri­enced Fac­ulty with State-of-theart Lab­o­ra­to­ries, Mod­ern Work­shops, Dig­i­tal Li­brary and Wi-Fi am­bi­ence, to name a few. Our fac­ulty mem­bers and stu­dents ac­tively par­tic­i­pate in aca­demic, co-cur­ric­u­lar and ex­tra- cur­ric­u­lar ac­tiv­i­ties. Look­ing back at the 3 years and also the progress that it has made in the last aca­demic year 2011-12, one can safely as­sume that this is an in­sti­tute that is bound to make an amaz­ing dif­fer­ence to the pages of In­dian Ed­u­ca­tional his­tory.

Also, the cam­pus houses San­jay Gho­dawat In­ter­na­tional School, with more than 800 stu­dents study­ing at present. The In­ter­na­tional School stands in this area, cov­er­ing 17 acres of land with sep­a­rate mag­nan­i­mous build­ings to house stu­dents in dif­fer­ent classes. The man­age­ment, ad­min­is­tra­tive staff, teach­ers and non­teach­ing staff are hand-picked, tal­ented in­di­vid­u­als who have a flair for work­ing with chil­dren and a ded­i­ca­tion to be true to the motto of SGI, “Con­quer the world with SGI”.

San­jay Gho­dawat Group of In­sti­tu­tions as­pires to be an au­ton­o­mous knowl­edge city in the up­com­ing years. It plans to spread its wings and en­com­pass all the fac­ul­ties of learn­ing to be made avail­able un­der a sin­gle roof to fa­cil­i­tate stu­dents across the globe. The group has al­ready stepped in one of the lead­ing cities of In­dia, Pune, which is known across Asia as the ‘Ox­ford of the East’. SGI plans to have a cam­pus of sim­i­lar size and qual­ity to at­tract and serve the ur­ban stu­dents from all over In­dia. The lead­er­ship and man­age­ment at SGI re­al­ize the need of as­so­ci­at­ing with world class in­sti­tutes and aca­demic part­ners around the globe to achieve its lofty ideals and dreams. Look­ing at the won­der­ful jour­ney of SGI and its vi­sion for fu­ture, one is re­minded of T.S. Eliot’s words, “Only those who will risk go­ing too far can pos­si­bly find out how far one can go.” With the apt com­bi­na­tion of the right dream, ded­i­ca­tion, dis­ci­pline and de­voted team, SGI is bound to cover miles, leav­ing all of us with am­ple rea­sons to smile.

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