Shadan Educational Society was registered as an Educational body in the year 1985, under A.P. registration Act of 1350 Fasli. This Society is a Minority Body with the main objective to promote and
popularize Quality and Modern Education among the general masses, and more particularly the minorities.
This Society has come to the
fulfilment of its desires by establishing several
institutions with varied combinations of courses from
Kindergarten (K.G) to Postgraduate (P.G) level for both
boys and girls. The Society has first fulfilled all the
conditions individually required for the establishment
of such institutions by means of depositing huge amount
of rupees as corpus fund in the joint account of the
Government. The Management obtained the necessary
permissions from the State Government and from All India
Council for Technical Education (AICTE). Thus, the
affiliation from School of Secondary Education, Board of
Intermediate and Osmania University has been obtained
for respective institutions. The affiliation for
Engineering Colleges and the Pharmacy Colleges are
obtained from J.N.T.U., Hyderabad.
The Society is striving for the upliftment of all,
through education as a vehicle for nation building. It
firmly believes that education alone can unite one and
all and can develop sound economy for the country. Thus,
in order to achieve this aim, the Society has
established various institutions with the objective to
eradicate the evil of donations and capitations from the
root, through modern & secular educational
institutions offering school, intermediate, degree,
pharmacy, engineering and medicine, post-graduation
management courses ( MCA & MBA), M.Sc (Phy.Science & Life
Sciences) and Research.
All the Institutions are having the respective Minority Status Certificates issued by the competent authorities.
The Society has pledged to run all the Institutions by :
- Not Seeking any financial aid from the Government or any body
- Admitting candidates only in the order of Merit
- Following the rules and regulations applicable to Minority Educational Institutions.