(Last Updated on : 23-05-2013)
Prahladrai Dalmia Lions College of Commerce & Economics was established by the joint effort of Prahladrai Dalmia Charity Trust and the Lions Club of Malad-Borivli in the year 1972. The College was built by the Lion's group as a part of social service to the society. The objective of the Dalmia college is to impart quality education in the faculty of commerce to students belonging to Western suburbs of Mumbai
USP of the college:
The College hosts an inter-collegiate festival by the name 'Utsav'. The College has a Gymkhana where carrom, chess and table tennis are played apart from volleyball, kho kho and badminton in the open court. Dalmia College aims at developing civic sense in the students through NSS. The College also imparts courses on Personality Development, Business Communication and so on, to sharpen the minds of the individuals.
No. Of seats:
Prahladrai Dalmia Lions College of Commerce and Economics,
Sunder Nagar, SV Road,
Malad (West), Mumbai.
Tel no: 28725792
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