Founder Director’s Message

  “We cannot always build the future for our youth, but we can build our youth for the future.” –  These words by Franklin D.     Roosevelt perfectly describes our determination to strengthen the youth of our nation.  We introduce ourselves as a Zeal Education Society, providing education from Nursery to Ph.D. with special focus on Engineering and Management courses. Our institutes are considered as a premier institutes in Pune city, approved by AICTE, recognized by DTE (Govt. of Maharashtra) and affiliated to Savitribai Phule Pune University.

We are well known as an ‘Educational Venture of ZEAL Industries’, as we     understand, Education is the backbone of every nation and is the stepping stone for a country to move into the niche of a developed nation. An educated individual play the most vital role in nation building. They create new   inventions using best engineered     technologies to make human life more comfortable, secure and productive.

 Creating enriched human beings’ is our motto and we have realized that the future is abstract and unknown but the youth in our hands are real and can be moulded to be good human beings with values which are embedded for life. We aim to teach students to LEARN, not just STUDY. Hence, we strive to travel beyond the boundaries of mere books. Soft skills and educational skills is what the institution provides every student at the campus itself through its Zeal pattern. We at Zeal Education Society are committed to produce engineers & managers with excellent potential in diversified areas who will in turn write the next stories of success.

 It’s an immense pleasure for me to share that the Zeal Education Society have completed 20 years span in nurturing quality education. I feel blessed to consider all challenges, growth and improvements that have taken place over two decades. In combining my feelings for ZEAL with my hope for the future, I anticipate many more years of success for our students, employees and school. I strongly believe in saying that, “You don’t have to be great to start, but you have to start to be great.”

Hon. Mr. S M Katkar