Sri Balaji Society, Pune provides career specific contemporary education with a strong emphasis on practical training and overall development of the students.
Our Institutes
All the courses of our management institutes are approved by AICTE, Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India and granted the status of 'Equivalent to MBA by Association of Indian Universities (AIU)' | Balaji Law College is approved by Bar Council of India, Affiliated to University of Pune & Recognised by Govt. of Maharashtra. | BCACS is affiliated to University of Pune, Recognised by Govt. of Maharashtra & BJCACS is affiliated to the Maharashtra Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education, Pune Division Board and Approved by the Govt. of Maharashtra.
 

Sri Balaji Society, Pune for Social


Students Donate Rs 2,00000/- (Two Lakhs). Paraplegic Rehabilitation Centre, Kirkee.
A rehabilitation Centre meant for the after care and rehabilitation of personnel's
of Defence forces of India who are medically boarded out / retired
form service due to Spinal Cord Injury while serving the Nation.



Master Hridayeshwar Singh Bhati from Jaipur, The 9 years old 'Innovator'
of 'Circular Chess for Six Players' Who receives the
'Child Innovator Award'
Carrying ` 50,000/- from Sri Balaji Society, Pune



Mr. Ashish Sakharkar, Silver Medalist, Mr. Universe- 2007,
Spain was presented a cheque of Rs. 1 Lac by students of BIIB.



Mr. Dhanraj Pillai, Former Captain, Indian Hockey
Team was presented a cheque of Rs. 1 Lac by students of BIMM



Mr. and Mrs. Ghatge, were presented a
cheque of Rs. 1 Lac by students of BIMHRD


Special efforts are taken at Sri Balaji Society, Pune to create a greater social consciousness among the would-be managers by giving them a chance to actually take up social causes. At Sri Balaji Society, Pune students of batch 2006-08 initiated NAMAN - A salute to Indians, where they got together to help the needy & underprivileged children. This year the students of Sri Balaji Society, Pune felicitated Mr Sadanand (83) and Mrs Lilavati Ghadge (70 years old) , Marathi folk (Powda) performers and Guinnes record holders for their innovative communication tool- 'rail natya'. Mr. and Mrs. Ghadge are victims of state neglect and have been reduced to poverty. However the students of Sri Balaji Society, Pune got together, collected voluntary funds and presented a cheque of Rs 1,00, 348 to the couple. Activities such as these define the social awareness of Sri Balaji Society, Pune students, reinforcing our commitment towards upholding our social values.

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