H.R. College of Commerce and Economics
Hassaram Rijhumal College of Commerce and Economics, commonly known as HR College, is a highly reputed college located in Churchgate, Mumbai. It is run by the Hyderabad National Collegiate Board and is affiliated to the University of Mumbai. It is located adjacent to Kishinchand Chellaram College and shares a building with the K. C. Law College.
|Motto||'Where ideas goes nowhere'|
|Affiliations||University of Mumbai|
Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education
The former principal of HR College was Dr. Indu Shahani. Currently, Prof. CA. Parag Thakkar is the principal in-charge of the college. Prof. Thakkar is also the HOD of Accountancy for degree college.
- Sooraj Barjatya, film director
- Arjun Bijlani, actor
- Shantanu Maheshwari
- Kumar Mangalam Birla, businessman[better source needed]
- Kishore Biyani, businessman
- Aarti Chhabria, actress[better source needed]
- Varun Dhawan, actor
- Tanaaz Irani, actress
- Karan Johar, film director
- Karan Jotwani, model & actor
- Ranbir Kapoor, actor
- Punit Malhotra, filmmaker
- Neil Nitin Mukesh, actor
- Mishal Raheja, actor & entrepreneur
- Darsheel Safary, actor
- Suniel Shetty, actor
- Aftab Shivdasani, actor
- Ranveer Singh, actor
- Vikram Limaye, MD & CEO of the National Stock Exchange
- Navjot Singh Sidhu, politician & former cricketer
- Suketu Radia, notable Indian DJ
- Avani Davda, MD of Godrej Nature’s Basket
- Aniruddh Mishra, HOD - SP & HR Vinayak Infra 
- Sajid Nadiadwala, film producer
- Namit Malhotra, CEO of DNEG
- Devita Saraf, Founder & CEO of VU Technologies
- Sobhita Dhulipala, model & actress
- Farhan Akhtar, director, actor & producer
- Anant Bajaj, MD of Bajaj Electricals
- "Shahani quits HR after 25 yrs, says lectures keep her going".
- ""An education institution should be supportive of the students", says ."
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