Government of Maharashtra’s

ISMAIL YUSUF COLLEGE

of Arts, Science & Commerce

About us Welcome To Ismail Yusuf College

Ismail Yusuf College, is the fourth oldest college of Mumbai, India. “I Y college”, as it is popularly known, is managed by the Government of Maharashtra. It is the oldest college in North Mumbai. It was established in 1930 with a large donation from Sir Mohammed Yusuf Ismail, K.T. on Jogeshwari Hill. The foundation stone was laid by Sir Leslie Orme Wilson, Governor of Bombay in 1924.

Vision

To nurture and empower young minds in nation building for peace and prosperity.

Mission

To provide and prepare the learners with overall holistic education for brilliant successful future.

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Departments

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Faculty

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Programs

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Students

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From Principal's Desk

Prof. (Dr.) Vijay Narkhede – Principal

Dear students, teachers, parents, alumni, benefactors, and other stakeholders as per the proverb in Sanskrit " Sa vidhya ya vimutaye " Which is meant to impart knowledge that helps an individual to get empowered, develop critical thinking, and thereof the liberty to voice one's own thoughts as a responsible citizen of this nation. This in turn helps to groom the learner’s personality and motivates the youth in the nation building, for peace & prosperity. Ismail Yusuf College strongly believes in this statement.

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Our Departments

College has 23 Departments running 31 UG/PG/PhD programs/ Courses in Arts, Science and Commerce faculty.

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Campus Life

Ismail Yusuf College,

Is the fourth oldest college of Mumbai, India. “I Y college”, as it is popularly known, is managed by the Government of Maharashtra. It is the oldest college in North Mumbai. It was established in 1930 with a large donation from Sir Mohammed Yusuf Ismail, K.T. on Jogeshwari Hill. The foundation stone was laid by Sir Leslie Orme Wilson, Governor of Bombay in 1924.

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