Shri. Neminath Jain Brahmacharyashrams Karmvir Keshavlalji Harakchandji Abad Arts and Shriman Motilalji Girdharilalji Lodha Commerce College, Chandwad was established in 1970. It is affiliated to University of Pune and is recognized under 2f and 12b. It caters to the educational needs of students dwelling in rural areas around Chandwad taluka. It provides graduation courses in Arts and Commerce. In the academic year 2010-11 it opened up avenue for graduation in Science.
At present, students can opt for B.A. with any of the following special subjects- History, Economics, Politics, Marathi and English. The subject Geography it taught at general level. Along with those courses the college has introduced Self Employment based Short term courses for girl students and women in the town. There is a separate gymnasium for boys and girls.
The college has been sanctioned an N.S.S. unit 250 volunteers. The departments organizing curricular, co-curricular, students welfare and social activities are as follows.
Commerce Association, Social Sciences Association, Literary Association, Students’ welfare Association, Girls Forum, Soft Skills Development Centre, National Service Scheme and Gymkhana Association etc.
The College signed collaborated with Nigeria University, Nigeria for Research, Development and Academic interactions in the field of nanotechnology in April 2014. Dr. G.E. Patil, Department of Physics represented India in 6th HOPE Meeting with Nobel Laureates which was held in Tokyo, JAPAN in March, 2014.
The Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) organizes every year HOPE Meeting in Japan. The HOPE Meeting provides opportunity to researchers from Asia-Specific region to interact Nobel Laureates and other distinguish Scientist. This year they have chosen the area of Physics, Chemistry, Physiology/Medicine and related field and the meeting was held in Tokyo, Japan, during March 11-15, 2014.
The College hosted Zonal Level AVISHKAR Research Competition. It also organized National Seminar on Devaluation of Indian Rupee in October 2013. This was the first time the College held a National Seminar.