Our Patrons

Indo Public School

Hon. Shri Ranjit Babu Deshmukh
Hon. Shri Ranjit Babu Deshmukh
Dr. Ashish Deshmukh
Dr. Ashish Deshmukh
Dr. Ayushree Deshmukh

The VSPM was founded in 1971, with the blessings of the late Padmashree Smt. Kamlatai Hospet, a prominent name in the movement for women’s upliftment in this region. The Mandal enjoys the patronage of several renowned, and outstanding figures in the field of social welfare, development, education, fine arts, and music. These include Bharat Ratna Sushri Lata Mangeshkar, who permitted the Mandal to name the hospital after her.

The Mandal derives inspiration from Hon. Shri. N.K.P. Salve, former central minister and a financial wizard. A towering personality in politics, sports, education and social service, he was instrumental in bringing the World Cup 1987 to India. Due to his untiring efforts, the largest industrial estate in Asia is coming up in Butibori, Near Nagpur. The Mandal is fortunate to be blessed by such a multi-faceted personality.

Hon. Shri. Ranjit Babu Deshmukh, former minister in the government of Maharashtra, is the driving force behind the activities of the Mandal. He is a qualified Mechanical engineer and is devoted to promoting education and social welfare. He is actively associated with N.K.P. Salve Institute of Medical Science and Research, Central Institute of Management. Chhatrapati Shivaji College of Physical Education, and many other prestigious institutions.

Many other prominent figures in education, social welfare, politics, cultural promotion, and industry are serving as members of the Mandal.

The Mandal has about 45 educational institutions, including a medical college, a dental college, a physiotherapy college, a nursing institute and two hospitals with about 700 beds occupancy.

It also imparts education through degree colleges in the faculties of arts, commerce, science, business management, and educational training. There is also a network of institutions engaged in providing education from pre-primary level to 10+2 level for more than 8,000 students.