FK.V.N. Naik Shikshan Prasarak Sanstha is a leading educational institution in Maharashtra. It was founded and named after the great visionary Krantiveer Vasantrao Narayanrao Naik, who actively participated in freedom Struggle of India and was known as “Krantiveer”. He was born in 1912 at a village Manmad, Taluka-Nandgaon in Nashik District. All his life he remained a revolutionary and was fully devoted to social cause. He was convicted in a political trial first in the year 1940. After release from jail he actively participated in 'Quit India Movement' under the leadership of Father of our nation, Mahatma Gandhi.
In memory of this late revolutionary, the present institution K.V.N. Naik Shikshan Prasarak Sanstha was eastablished in 1921 to provide education to the underpriviledged and socially and economically weaker sections of society. Even before that accommodation facility with the name 'Dongare Vastigruha' was started in 1920 with the support of great Social Reformer Rajarshi Shahu Maharaj of Kolhapur Province. Initially, the Institution provided hostel facility to the students belonging to the backward categories who came from rural areas.The Institution has now 60 educational units and more than 25000 students are getting education. including primary secondary college & ITI.

Establishment

After the demise of Vasantrao Naik, the institution named Vasantrao Narayanrao Naik Education Society was established by the stalwarts of the Vanjari Community to commemorate the loving memories of this great leader.

Amalgamation

'Dongare Vastigruha' and Krantiveer Vasantrao Narayanrao Naik Education Society were amalgamated into Krantiveer Vasantrao Narayanrao Naik Shikshan Prasarak Sanstha on social demand to facilitate the administration of the institution and to create a single platform for the leaders of the community to serve the educational needs of the society.

Efforts to give best in industry education to community

This Institution is established to create an atmosphere which will be helpful in establishing socialistic pattern of the society among the people and particularly students.
We are preparing hard to compete with the world standards by enhancing the quality of education and other elements of personality development. The prime motive is to be strong as far as the seven criteria given by NAAC are concerned.
College have highly profiled infrastructural and instructional facility like Library cum reading room for students and separate Laboratory section of Science, Art Craft, Game Sports and Computer Lab with sufficient number of computer.
Our College takes pride in its cosmopolitan student mass who enjoy their stay on campus due to a secured and absolute ragging free environment. The management has taken all steps to ensure complete security and anti-ragging measures inside the campus.
For the decades the college has been obtaining spectacular results in the University Examinations and thousands of our students are serving the Nation in different disciplines occupying significant positions as Officials and Teachers.
The contemporary global goals for education refer to both inclusion of all children in education and ensuring high standards in pedagogical practices, utterly aiming at youth’s rehabilitation in society. Thus, the need for educational and psychosocial programs arises more than ever, both in formal and non-formal education, which contribute to the development of life skills and active citizenship and we are making it sure for every student in our campus.
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