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The Formation & Objectives

Birds of the same feather flock together. All folks need to commune and so the formation of an Association of Coaching Classes was always felt, nevertheless the delay but up to the year 2000. In the year 2000, the then Eminent Class Owners took the lead and arranged a meeting of all coaching class owners. After all the do’s and don’ts discussed, the formation of Association of Coaching Class Owners came into being. The senior leadership put forth the impending ordinance to be promulgated by the State Government for the regulation and control of coaching classes. The senior leaders played a crucial role for our community to rise and reform education.

From the Founder President's Desk

Mr. Jagadish Walawalkar

At the outset, let me thank everyone of you for helping us in making the Association broad based. Now the structure of Association consists of one central committee and eight zonal committees involving 50+ class owners in running of MCOA. I am sure this structure and involvement of more members in running MCOAwill furtherdevelop our organization and help in serving the members in a betterway. As per the plan, the Zonal Committee is supposed to handle programmes relating to the members and Central Commiitee has to take care of the whole Coaching Class Industry. I suggested various issues which Central Committee can take care of. These issues include creating entry barriers, helping government in framing rules and regulations, improving the image of Coaching Class Industry.

From the President's Desk

Mr. Sachin Karnavat

We as Class Owners have a responsibility to fulfill and our move to organize ourselves fora united stand and stance is what makes us more righteous and effective. Our inclusion of all sort and strata of Class Owners never falls short of the democratic process to maintain dignity and rise to fulfill our responsibilities. In an effort to raise conscious quality of education and touch all issues related to the business of Coaching Classes, eight zones have been successfully formed so far to cover entire Mumbai & it’s outskirts. Vision in phase one is to spread wings across Maharashtra and in phase two is to form a Federation of all Coaching Classes Association pan India. Fighting for the right cause of Class Owners and raising respect of our profession will always be at the top of the mind.

From the Founder President's Desk

Jagadish Walawalkar

At the outset, let me thank everyone of you for helping us in making the Association broad based. Now the structure of Association consists of one central committee and eight zonal committees involving 50+ class owners in running of MCOA. I am sure this structure and involvement of more members in running MCOAwill furtherdevelop our organization and help in serving the members in a betterway. As per the plan, the Zonal Committee is supposed to handle programmes relating to the members and Central Commiitee has to take care of the whole Coaching Class Industry. I suggested various issues which Central Committee can take care of. These issues include creating entry barriers, helping government in framing rules and regulations, improving the image of Coaching Class Industry.

From the President's Desk

Sachin Karnavat

We as Class Owners have a responsibility to fulfill and our move to organize ourselves fora united stand and stance is what makes us more righteous and effective. Our inclusion of all sort and strata of Class Owners never falls short of the democratic process to maintain dignity and rise to fulfill our responsibilities. In an effort to raise conscious quality of education and touch all issues related to the business of Coaching Classes, eight zones have been successfully formed so far to cover entire Mumbai & it’s outskirts. Vision in phase one is to spread wings across Maharashtra and in phase two is to form a Federation of all Coaching Classes Association pan India. Fighting for the right cause of Class Owners and raising respect of our profession will always be at the top of the mind.