Pune trip was threatening to wrap up but there was just the very important S.P.College, Pune left to explore to learn a thing or two from the famous college campus. Bought into existence in the year 1916, S.P. College is also known as Sir Parshurambhau College. Along with the history of this great college, one of the illustrated name that finds its mention is the name of the famous nationalist leader, Shri Lokmanya Tilak who made all possible efforts to gain the land for the college premise and was able to procure it successfully.
The college has in its heart a resolve to bring to its students an excellent grade of education which will not only shape their personalities for their future prospects but also eventually secure the future of the nation. Through the mainstream computer aided courses and other complimentary endeavors, the college has been successfully able to make fruitful strides to its goal. It has within its premise all types of infrastructure for the correct development of its inmates. There is the gymkhana, the Olympic size swimming pool, hostel accommodations, and lovely playgrounds all contributing to the improvement of the students here at the College.
We took a patient tour of the S.P.College, Pune and once done made our way to the hotel to finish with our packing and leave back for our home. The travel would take hours but we had enough memories imprinted in our minds, hearts and in our cameras which will be never be forgotten. Predictably, we spent the journey speaking about our experiences; it had been a great time spent with my family. I am sure the trip had enriched their minds, broadened their perspectives and made them more educated about the treasured places of our country. Until, the next journey to yet another exciting city or destination of the country, there was enough for the kids to share among friends. Time will pass away but their experiences will continue to be a part of their lives, all their lives and will surely shape them into better informed and responsible human beings, the kinds that remain rooted to their culture.