A couple of decades prior, South Mumbai schools governed the list with a larger part offirst-yearr junior school wannabes running to them, independent of their streams. However, deserting SoBo top picks like Jai Hind and HR behind this year, is Vile Parle's Mithibai school.
More than 38,000 applicants to Mithibai
As indicated by the information accessible with the Maharashtra Government's school training division, Mithibai school has gotten around 38,000 applications for the trade stream, more than some other school in the city.
Taking after Mithibai are Matunga's R.A Podar school with roughly 35,000 applications and Andheri's Bhavans College with just about 34,000 applications. In examination, Jai Hind, which is as yet the most favored choice in South Bombay for Commerce, has gotten around 30,000 applications.
As indicated by Rajpal Hande, main of Mithibai College, the school has gotten most extreme applications in light of a blend of good NAAC rating, jealous framework like AC classrooms and strict participation, which is favored by guardians all around.
Parents now prefer Mithibai over other top colleges
Pritam Manek, whose little girl secured affirmation in Mithibai this year, stated, "Things were distinctive amid our circumstances. Back in the 70s a large portion of the great schools were in South Bombay. So we had no choice. That is not the case now. My little girl was sufficiently fortunate to have her preferred choice of picking the school and she picked Mithibai in view of the positive audits from her seniors and their foundation."
Another parent, whose child secured affirmation in Matunga's R.A Podar school stated, "There is no purpose behind somebody to travel the distance to South Mumbai if there are better universities adjacent. Podar is among the best Commerce universities in the city and nearer to our living arrangement. Prior, a lion's share of populace was amassed in South Mumbai, so those schools were more well known. Since the vast majority have moved to suburbia, schools here are increasing greater prominence."