सा विद्या या विमुक्तये ||
Knowledge is that which liberates
Shri. Keshavji Bhai Chhadva’s greatest contribution to society was the role he played in promoting quality education. As there was no Gujarati Medium school in Chembur, in 1968 he along with Shri. M.K Nisar, Shri. Gangubai, Shri. Tokarshi Bhai Chhadva, Shri. Pravin Bhai Dwarkadas formed Bhavna Trust and founded Sarvodaya Vidyalaya. In 1973, the trust bought land to construct Sunderbaug school and to raise funds for the same, a charity function was organized in Shamukhanand Hall, presided by Shri Vasantdada Patil. In 198o Shri. Keshavji Bhai was invited as a member of the managing council of Archarya Marathe Arts, Science and Commerce College
. In 1983 under his guidance trustees of Bhavna trust applied for polytechnic college which was sanctioned by the Maharashtra state government. Shri. Keshavji Bhai laid the foundation of Mahavir Education Trust with main donors as Shri. Karamshi Lakhamshi Shah and Shri. Lalji Velji Anchorwala and the college was named Shah & Anchor Kutchhi Polytechnic College
. There was no looking back from there soon the adjoining Mangal Textile plot was procured. With Keshavjibhai’s vision, the board members of Mahavir Education trust met Shri Vasantdada Patil then Chief Minister of Maharashtra State and got permission for degree engineering college. In 1985, Engineering Degree college started to function with its first two branches: Electronics Engineering and Construction Engineering. With an immense determination of Shri Keshavji Bhai Chadva permission for MMS college was granted in 2006 and 65,000 sq. ft of land for construction was sanctioned by the Maharashtra government.
Shri. Keshavjibhai Chhadva would visit his institutions every day, to interact with the staff members and students to encourage them and motivate them by participating in the different activities of the college. He would listen to students with great interest and would uplift their confidence by taking part in various technical, co-curricular, and extra-curricular activities organised by students. For Shri. Keshavji Bhai’s age was just a number, and his energy and perseverance always inspired the youth.