Dhanaji Nana Mahavidyalaya was established in 1961 by Tapi Valley Education Society as an educational institute to serve as a centre of ideas and thought that will contribute to the social, cultural and financial upliftment of rural community. The institution aims to protect and nurture the life of rich sustaining composite culture as well as grand historic tradition. The college was initially affiliated to university of Pune, and since 1990 it is affiliated to North Maharashtra University, Jalgaon. It is accredited by NAAC and recognized by UGC.


  • Department of Economics
  • Department of Political Science
  • Department of History
  • Department of English
  • Department of Botany
  • Department of Physics
  • Department of Chemistry
  • Department of Mathematics
  • Department of Commerce

Extracurricular Activities

  • National Cadet Corps
  • National Service Scheme



  • Total number of books - Approximately 60,000 books
  • Subjects that the book cover - Approximately 50 subjects
  • Journals/Periodicals - 74 Journals
  • Classification System of books - Colon Classification System
  • Daily News Paper (Marathi) – 13
  • Daily News Paper (English) – 03
  • Daily News Paper (Hindi) – 02
  • CD/DVD – 44
  • Bounded Back volumes of journals - 485
  • Library is partially computerized and uses LIBMAN-Software


  • The College has one boy’s and two girl’s hostels. Both the hostel building is situated in the college premises
  • Boys Hostel with a capacity of 80 students
  • Old Ladies Hostel with capacity of 80 students
  • New ladies Hostel with capacity of 100 students


Total 11 laboratories are well equipped consisting of 43 lab rooms for conducting various practical experiments and research activities


The following different types of scholarships are awarded to students:

  • National merit scholarship
  • Merit scholarship to B.C. students
  • Open-merit scholarship to open-category students
  • Scholarship to the physically handicapped students and B.C. Students
  • Scholarship to the students from non-Hindi speaking region who offer Hindi as a Special subject at B.A / M.A. degree level
  • Eklavya scholarship to poor and needy students for post-graduate education