Shahada Taluka Co-op Education
Society Ltd. Shahada

The Shahada Taluka Co-operative Education Society has lived up to its name, since its inception. It serves to make education available to the citizens of the Shahada Taluka. The Society has its main campus in the town itself. The campus is aptly named after the pioneering founder Dr. V H Patil and has facilities from Balwadi to Graduation. The other campuses are at Prakashe, Vadali, Kahatul and Fes.

Vadali : G. S. Vidya Mandir

Highlights

  • Established in 1951 by Villagers of Vadali
  • Merged with The Society in June 1959
  • Standard 5 to Standard 10 and Junior College
  • 5th semi English

Facilities

  • Own 1 Crore Building
  • English Medium School
  • Large playground
  • Well Stocked Library
  • Well Equipped Laboratory
  • Computer Laboratory
  • Career Guidance to Students
  • Promotes Sports and Arts
  • Encourages Extra-curricula Activities

Students

Grades Boys Girls Total
V to X (5th to 10th) 288 272 560
XI & XII (Science) 69 44 113
XI & XII (Arts) 42 51 93
Total 399 367 766

Teachers & other employees

Graduate Non-Graduate Supporting Staff Helpers Total
16 03 09 08 36

History

Vadali a village located about 20 kms from Shahada, with a major population of Gosavi Community. In the year 1951, two forward looking Gosavi families of Shri Babugir Gosavi and Shri Tapigir Gosavi joined hands to create a secondary school in Vadali. Bubugir's sons Hilalgir, Motigir, Dhanrajgir, Jagangir and Magangir as well Tapigir's sons Putushottamgir, Madhavgir, Sahebgir, Vinayakgir, Gangagir and Narayangir jointly donated Rs 11000/- to start the School for standard 8 to standard 10, and named it 'Nutan Vidya Mandir'. In the spirit of a Diversified Independent India, all communities joined the noble cause. The Gosavi community offered the 'Kotha Bunglow' and the Mali community offered 'Madhi' to accommodate the school classes. Other eminent people from village like Dasharath Tila Patil, Bhika Khushal Sonavane, Rajaram Gajmal Jagtap and others offered other necessary support to run the school.

The school was establish in 1959 and named G. S. Vidya Mandir (Gulabgiri Saraswatigiri Vidya Mandir) to increase its capacity and reach. The school now provide education in standard 5 to standard 12, with semi english for Standard 5.

Many residents of Vadali have contributed to the School's growth. Today it boasts of its own 1 Crore Building with all modern facilities of education to the children from villages nearby Vadali. The school represents an excellent example of what the United Diversity of India can do.

Student Achievers

Year Student's Name Award Name Remarks
2014-2015      
2013-2014      

Teacher Achievers

Year Teacher's Name Award Name Remarks
2014-2015      
2013-2014