The primary objective of the institution when it was established was to open up the doors of higher education in the region with a view to provide the very access to higher education for the rural youth to whom it was a distant dream. The students who could afford, either had to go to Junagadh (30 Kms.) or Keshod (28 kms) for pursuing higher education or abandon the very thought of going for it. Girls after schooling had but to abandon it altogether. The institution has definitely achieved this objective by having started its mission with offering graduation degree in Arts and Commerce faculties within its progression in the first decade.
Late Shree N.R.Boricha Education Trust Sanchalit Arts and Commerce College is established in Mendarda which is a rural area of Junagadh District. The institute is in the lap of nature. It is a matter of pride for the people of Mendarda Taluka because this is a rural place where to start a college is very difficult. But late founder and President of this institute is a man of determination. He thought about the higher education of rural youth of Mendarda Taluka and thus started Arts and Commerce college in 1992. He got sound donation from great philanthropist Hon. Deepachandbhai Gardi and constructed college building within a short time period. The teaching-learning process is started in the new building in 1998.
Many times, our results touched to nearly cent percent. Our young enthusiastic teaching staff is very much interested in research activities. 55 % of our faculty members are Ph.D. degree holders. They are interested in both- academic and non-academic activities very much. We have been doing many co-curricular and extra-curricular activities for all-round development of the students.
With the complete cooperation of the managing body and the excellent contributionfrom my faculty members, we have occupied dominant place in Arts & Commerce education in the district level. Further, I must say that our students are very active in regular academic and co-curricular/extra-curricular activities. I am proud of faculty members for their regularity, sincerity, and discipline.