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Ismail Yusuf College, is the fourth oldest college of Mumbai, India. "I Y college", as it is popularly known, is managed by 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. The vision of founding fathers shape up a temple of learning in the sandstone in the regal Persian style with arches and specious corridors, surrounded by the country's big abundantly bearded banyans and palms.

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  • Ismail Yusuf College, is the fourth oldest college of Mumbai, India. "I Y college", as it is popularly known, is managed by 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. The vision of founding fathers shape up a temple of learning in the sandstone in the regal Persian style with arches and specious corridors, surrounded by the country's big abundantly bearded banyans and palms.
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  • Ismail Yusuf College, is the fourth oldest college of Mumbai, India. "I Y college", as it is popularly known, is managed by 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. The vision of founding fathers shape up a temple of learning in the sandstone in the regal Persian style with arches and specious corridors, surrounded by the country's big abundantly bearded banyans and palms.
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  • "सा विद्या या विमुक्त्ये"
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  • Dr. Pratima. S. Jadhav
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