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R.D. National College is the first college of the Hyderabad (Sind) National Collegiate Board. Today this Board has over 22 educational institutions catering to students from all backgrounds. A variety of courses are offered, ranging from Engineering, Pharmacy and Education to Arts, Science and Commerce.
The college rose like a phoenix from the ashes of communal fires of the partition of India in 1947. Established originally in 1922 with the blessings of Dr. Annie Besant and Rishi Dayaram Gidumal, the college saw a shift in its location from Hyderabad (Sind) to Bombay in 1949. This was brought about through the tireless efforts of the founder Principal Mr. K.M. Kundnani with unstinted support from barrister H.G. Advani. Mr. Kundnani was the Principal of the college in Sind and in a moment of emotional impulse promised his harried and anguished teachers that he would give them jobs in Bombay where he intended to start a college. Having said that, he was a man possessed and did not rest till he laid the foundation stone of a transplanted college in its present location. Rishi Dayaram National college was born on Linking Road, Bandra, in June 1949. Other colleges of the Board grew from this parent college due to an extremely focused attention of the two stalwarts Principal Kundnani and Barrister Advani.
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