Welcome to AICP 2020 section-heading

The Association of College Principals (AICP) was established in 1998, thanks to the deliberations among likeminded educationists like Prin. V. R. Shirgurkar, Prin. Dr. Palsodkar, Prin. Dr. G. Ramachandram, Principal Kalita, Prin. Subhash Brahmbhatt, Prin. Dr. Sengodan, Prin. Jeevan Desai, Prin. Dr. Shirish Chindhade and a few other likeminded Principals led to the formation of AICP. The AICP is a registered National Organisation of College Principals in the country and has a written constitution. It is a transparent, democratic, creative and academically oriented body with a well-structured Board of Trustees and an elected EC. The AICP clearly focuses on developing a dynamic, confident, enlightened and innovative Association The Association of College Principals (AICP) was established in 1998, thanks to the educational leadership in the member Principals. The Vision of the AICP being strongly academic.

Vision & Mission section-heading

The AICP’s motto is ‘mind without fear’ It is an adoption from the famous prayer of Gurudev Rabindranath Tagore “ Where the mind is without fear…” Principals are academic leaders and unless they conquer fear and act fearlessly they can not do big things and achieve success.

  • To serve as an apex organization of College Principals at the national level.
  • To exert positive influence on decision making and policy formulation in the field of higher education and to take up common financial, administrative and academic issues and problems with appropriate authorities.
  • To assist the appropriate authorities in implementation of educational policies and programmes
  • To promote academic and administrative excellence in the field of higher education
  • To act as a liaison between colleges and various authorities of Universities, State Governments, the UGC, other bodies and the Central Government.
  • To organize conferences of College Principals
  • To organize seminars, workshops, orientation and training programmers.
  • To endeavor for the betterment and social welfare of Principals
  • To publish reports, periodicals, journals, books, souvenirs etc.
  • To undertake such activities conducive to the attainment of the above objectives.

About Nagpur section-heading

Nagpur is a large city in the central Indian state of Maharashtra. The 19th-century Nagpur Central Museum displays items found locally, including fossils, sarcophagus and Mughal weaponry. The Raman Science Centre has hands-on exhibits and a planetarium. Sitabuldi Fort, in the Sitabuldi Hills, was the site of an 1817 battle. To the southwest, the huge, dome ‘Deekshabhoomi’ is a Buddhist monument and pilgrimage site.

Nagpur is the winter capital of the state of Maharashtra, A fast growing metropolis and the third largest city in Maharashtra after Mumbai and Pune. With a population of 46,53,570 (2011) Nagpur Metropolitan Area is the 13th largest urban conglomeration in India. It has also recently been ranked as the cleanest city and the second greenest city of India . In addition to being the seat of annual winter session of Maharashtra State Assembly “Vidhan Sabha”, Nagpur is also a major commercial and political center of the Vidarbha Region of Maharashtra, and is also famous throughout the country as “Orange City” for being a major trade center of oranges that are cultivated in the region. In addition, the city also derives political importance from being the headquarters for the RSS and an important location for the Buddhist Movement.

The Nag River, a tributary of the Kanhan River, flows in a serpentine path and is therefore named “Nag”, the Marathi word for snake. and hence, the river and city is named as Nagpur.. While others says that the river flows through the old city of Nagpur and hence the city is named after this river. “Pur” is a common suffix given to cities, villages and towns across India, and is often simply translated “city” The seal of Nagpur Municipal Corporation depicts a cobra in the water of a river.