About Shri Ram College of Commerce
Ahead of schedule in the year 1920, on Basant Panchami day, seven top businessmen in Delhi built the Commercial Education Trust. The initial school that was set up by the Trust around the same time was the Commercial School, and afterward situated in Charkhewalan in the swarmed walled city of Delhi. This was the forerunner of the Commercial College and in a manner the start of business training in Delhi. Commerce education in India started in 1886, for in that year a business school was set up in Madras. Business organizations were likewise begun in Bombay and Calcutta somewhere around 1903 and 1912. At the Collegiate level or the University level the voyage started with the foundation of the Sydenham College of Commerce and Economics in Bombay in 1913. The Commercial School in Delhi presented a post-registration Diploma program in Commerce under the supervision of Mr. R.K. Kumar, who later was to turn into the first Principal of the Commercial College (later rechristened as Shri Ram College of Commerce), after its affiliation to the University of Delhi in 1926.