“Ignorance is the curse of God and Education is a wing through which one can fly to heaven,” says George Bernard Shaw. Educational backwardness, more particularly amongst the minorities, is a major issue of debate, discussion and accusation. Instead of blaming others and pointing out lapses on the part of other agencies, in the words of Rabindarnath Tagore, “It is better to light a candle than to curse the darkness.” It is with this motive that the Everest Educational Society, Aurangabad was founded.

The society established Syed Pir Haji Ali Sha Bukhari (R.A.) B. Ed. College and Zakir Hussain D. Ed. College at Khuldabad.Further an educational campus has been developed at Ohar, Aurangabad, where Mohd. Ali Johar Women's B.Ed. college, Mohd. Ali Johar D. Ed. Colleges are functioning. The society is running an Engineering College in the said campus.

I express my sincere gratitude to the great national leader Hon'ble Sri. Sharadchandra pawar, members of Khandwani family and Shri. Farooque Darwesh Sodagar for their help, guidance and co-operation to the society.

To give professional, technical and medical education to minority youths with twin purpose of excellence and merit is our motto. Development of a patriotic, secular citizen, who understands the cultural and social background of our country, is our goal. I think it shall be an accomplishment of the society, if our institutions could meet these challenges.

"Agreed we couldn't convert this world into a garden, some thorns, at least, are reduced from the pavement through which we walked"