Raipur-Chhattisgarh, Chhattisgarh | Approved By : NCTE, NAAC | Estd: 2001
Disha College is situated in Raipur, the capital of Chhattisgarh. Disha College is overseen by the Disha Education Society. The Society is advanced by Shri S.K Jain, a prominent industrialist in this district having a dream of advancing quality training here. The motivation behind Disha is an interminable scrupulous exertion, it is unrest of contemplations, it is a learning procedure to execute information with insight in the welfare of individual life, public activity and for the universe with the Motto of "Learning with Conscience".
Disha College offers the number of courses according to the schedule of Pt. Ravishankar Shukla University, Raipur (C.G), with the Vision to manufacture pioneers of the future by conferring important and honest learning procedure to give appropriate heading, energy to their inventiveness and to pervade self-control to accomplish. The general public anticipates build up August sanctuary of figuring out how to teach and prepare individuals to end up honest entertainers and to arrive at the zenith of brilliance. Crucial Disha is a steady interest and hypothesis, for inserting concordance and concurrence as the embodiment of living of man and universe.
Shri Kirtilal Manilal Mehta was conceived in Palanpur on February 7, 1907. He lost his dad when he was only 12, and before long joined the privately-owned company in Rangoon, Burma. Shri Mehta set up an autonomous business in Mumbai under the name Kirtilal Manilal Mehta. Seeing the potential in the fare of jewels, he spearheaded the passage of the Indian people group into Antwerp. Shri Mehta got various distinctions incorporating an Award in 1973 for being a Leading Exporter from the Government of India, and an Outstanding Exporter Award from the President of Israel. Shri Mehta was enriched by the King of Belgium in 1991. Shri Mehta was the primary ever Indian to be beautified "Official of the Order of Leopold" by His Majesty the King of Belgium. He was likewise respected by the Nawab of Palanpur.