Objectives of Society

Dr. Panjabrao alias Bhausaheb Deshmukh, the first Agricultural Minister of India, established Shri Shivaji Education Society, Amravati in the year 1932 for the following purposes:

  1. To establish, conduct, manage, supervise and take over educational institutions of various kinds for boys, girls and adults;

  2. To provide facilities for the acquisition of knowledge and information and the advancement of culture;

  3. To undertake and make available facilities for research in all braches of knowledge and to establish institutions for the purpose;

  4. To carry on experiments with a view to improving methods of teaching and to establishing institutions for this purpose;

  5. To encourage physical culture and to start, conduct or manage institutions for this purpose;

  6. To encourage women's education by establishing special institutions like hostels, widows' homes, nursing schools, etc.;

  7. To establish hostels for poor boys and girls and to open and conduct orphanages.

  8. To co-operate with the government other Societies, institutions and bodies for the purpose of promoting the cause of education and spread of knowledge and culture;

  9. To establish, start conduct and manage printing presses for publishing books, periodicals journals and other educational material;

  10. To undertaking farming, gardening and to acquire land on lease, or to purchase land for the same purpose;

  11. To start other subsidiary activities and institutions such as the establishment of stores, medical aid societies etc.;

  12. To help, assist, aid any institution under the management of the Society or otherwise, by advice, guidance and supervision;

  13. To organize exhibitions and culture- weeks, etc.;

  14. To organize and run tournaments, competitions Olympiads etc.;

  15. To undertake publicity and propaganda by all possible means, such as films lectures, debates and demonstrations;

  16. To hold, organize, arrange and manage conferences, seminars, Kavi Sammelans etc.;

  17. To acquire property, both movable and immovable, to raise funds for carrying out the objects of the Society;

  18. To do each, every and all such things as are incidental or helpful or conducive to the accomplishment, attainment, and furtherance of the above objects.