The history of institutions in the first few years of their inception are the most fascinating narratives, for they speak volumes for the times, the dynamics, the leadership and the people for whom they were built. One such history, unique and inspiring, is the trajectory of growth of Hyderabad (Sind) National Collegiate Board and its institutions.
A dream, a strategy, a hope and a changed political situation seem to have been the basic ingredients of what is today a reputed chain of well-managed colleges. Hyderabad (Sind) National Collegiate Board (HSNC Board) was first founded in Hyderabad (Sind) in 1921. It took over the management of Rishi Dayanand Gidumal College in Sind in the year of its inception. In the next two decades, HSNC Board had expanded and built an additional wing to house a Commerce College.
Then in 1947, partitioning of the subcontinent into India and Pakistan struck a cruel blow to any further consolidation in the field of higher education. Shri. K. M. Kundnani, then the newly appointed Principal of the college and as a man of infinite vision had begun to dream about the future of the colleges. To him, 'Hyderabad was the heart of Sind and his colleges the heart of Hyderabad'. In the changing political scenario, laced with feelings of hatred, such sentiments did not hold good. Mass exodus towards India had upset the routine of everyday life and safety. It is troubled times that test the endurance as well as the limits of human ingenuity. The entire subc