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Wilson College

  Chowpatty Sea Face Road, Opp Girgaon Chowpatty, Gamdevi,Mumbai,Maharashtra 400 007

 
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  MAIN FACULTY MEMBERS
 
Dr. V. J. Sirwaiya
DR. V. J. SIRWAIYA
 
DR. S. A. BHALERAO
DR. S. A. BHALERAO
 
MS. MICHELLE PHILIP
MS. MICHELLE PHILIP
 
  FAMOUS ALUMINI WHO HAD BEEN HERE
 
Morarji Desai
MORARJI DESAI

Morarji Desai was born at Bhadeli village, Bulsar district in the Bombay Presidency (now in Gujarat) on 29 February 1896, the oldest of eight children. His father was a school teacher.[1] Desai underwent his primary schooling in Saurashtra The Kundla School, Savarkundla now called J.V. Modi school and later joined Bai Ava Bai High School, Valsad. After graduating from Wilson College, Mumbai, he joined the civil service in Gujarat. Desai resigned as deputy collector of Godhra in May 1930 after being found guilty of going soft on Hindus during the riots of 1927-28 there. Desai then joined the freedom struggle under Mahatma Gandhi and joined the civil disobedience movement against British rule in India.

 
Nissim Ezekiel
NISSIM EZEKIEL

Ezekiel was born on 16 December 1924 in Mumbai (Maharashtra). His father was a professor of botany at Wilson College, and his mother was principal of her own school. The Ezekiels belonged to Mumbai's Marathi speaking Jewish community, known as the Bene Israel. He was maternal uncle to singer / actor, Nandu Bhende. In 1947, Ezekiel earned a BA in Literature from Wilson College, Mumbai, University of Mumbai. In 1947-48, he taught English literature and published literary articles. After dabbling in radical politics for a while, he sailed to England in November 1948. He studied philosophy at Birkbeck College, London. After three and a half years stay, Ezekiel worked his way home as a deck-scrubber aboard a ship carrying arms to Indochina.

 
 
Shubha Khote
SHUBHA KHOTE

Shubha Khote studied at St. Teresa's High School, Charni Road and then graduated in English Literature from Wilson College. Her father Nandu Khote was a stage actor, and had also acted in the silent movies. Her aunt, Durga Khote, was also a well-known actress. Her uncle Nayampalli, was also an actor. She is married to D. M. Balsavar, who was the Vice President of Marketing in Nocil. He appeared in a cameo in the Marathi movie, Chimukla Pahuna (1968), which she produced and directed. Her daughter, Bhavana Balsavar is also a TV actress.