Students Zone

Rules & Regulations

  1. No one is allowed to enter the College Premises without a valid Identity Card, displayed on person or a valid pass for a specific purpose.
  2. SMOKING as well as taking an alcoholic drink or a forbidden drug is PROHIBITED in the College Premises, If any student is found smoking, drinking, taking drugs in the College, he will be summarily dismissed from the College.
  3. LOITERING in the corridors of the College is STRICTLY PROHIBITED. If any student is found loitering in the Corridors,he will be penalized.
  4. COPYING IN EXAMINATION IS A PENAL OFFENCE
  5. If any student enjoying the representation of the students at any level (Particularly any student body)is caught using UNFAIR MEANS, the representation of such a student stands automatically cancelled forth with.
  6. No disturbance of any kind is permitted in the college premise. Spitting on the floors and staircases, throwing of waste paper in the compound as well as disfiguring the college walls and similar objectionable activities are strictly prohibited.
  7. During their free period, the students can utilized time for reading /writing / studying only.
  8. No student should mishandle the College Property/Furniture/fixtures/electrical gadgets etc.
  9. No function or meeting of any kind, under any circumstances, anywhere in the college of outside, shall be organized except with the prior permission of the Principal.
  10. Walkman and mobile phone are banned in the college premises.
  11. In matters of discipline, the Principal’s decision will be final.
  12. Ragging is completely prohibited in college premises and College Hostel. Those engaged in ragging will be severely punished. Action will be taken against such studentsunderthe‘RaggingProhibitionAct,1999.’
  13. A minimum of 75% attendance in each terms is necessary for keeping terms.
  14. 14) Transfer Certificate – an application for Transfer certificate must be submitted through the Principal of the College to which the student wishes to be transferred.
  15. 15) Migration Certificate – Students migrating to other Universities should note the following procedure for securing a migration certificate.
  16. 16) They must submit their application in the printed form prescribed for the purpose by the University of Mumbai, which should be obtained directly from the Registrar, University of Mumbai.
  17. 17) The application for a migration certificate must be accompanied by a separate application for a transfer certificate,which should be submitted to the Principal,through the Principal of the College in which students has taken admission.
  18. 18) Before applying for a migration certificate or a transference cerntificate students must clear all dues outstanding in their name on account of College,Library,Laboratories,and gymkhana.

Attendance Ordinance

Mumbai university Ordinance - 0.119 Relating to Attendance

For granting the terms in each subject minimum attendance of 75% of the theory lectures, practical and tutorial (wherever prescribed) separately will be required out of the total number of lectures, practical and tutorials in the subject conducted in the term. Similarly, a student who has been given certain class work or homework has to complete it to the satisfaction of the concerned teacher.

A student who is not able to attend his classes regularly and / or who is not able to complete his tutorial / project / assignments properly may not be permitted to appear for the examinations as per the University rules. Ordinance - 0.125 relating to the keeping of terms to the satisfaction of the Principal of the college:- To keep a term at a college or recognised institution, an undergraduate and post graduate must complete to the satisfaction of the principal or the Head of the Institution, the course which such an undergraduate and postgraduate belongs.

Leave of Absence: In case students are not able to attend lectures and / or tutorials for a period exceeding a week in a term, they should give intimation to the principal of the college and take prior permission for such absence.

Absence on medical or other grounds: Absence on medical or other grounds, which is given to the satisfaction of the principal, may be considered a satisfactory reason for absence from lectures or tutorials. Yet at the time of granting the terms to a student, his/her class work and other academic inputs would be considered to be of paramount importance. Hence, a student may not be granted his / her terms even if he / she explains his / her absence on medical or other grounds. Absence should be with prior permission; in case it is due to unforeseen circumstances an application duly supported by other satisfactory evidence in the case of other reasons, must reach the principal within a week of such occasion of absence.

Facilities for students

Gymkhana and Sports Academy:

The Gymkhana provides facilities for major games like Cricket , Football at the college play ground. College gives importance to maximum participation of the students at inter collegiate level collegiate level in various games. Facilities are also provided within the college premises for playing volley ball and basketball. There is an indoor badminton court in the college hall. Facilities for indoor games like table tennis , carom , and chess are also made available to the students. Besides, the Gymkhana provides a facility of well-equipped fitness center to all the students. College maintain an up-to-date first aid box which include life-saving drugs.

The College believes that a healthy mind and healthy body go together. Towards realizing this objective, a fitness-training programme has been introduced for the students.

College Library

The College library is situated on the first floor of the building. It is a spacious hall that provides a quiet, serene environment for study. There are approximately 1500 books in thr library, including some very old books. Recent addition include books on subjects as diverse as computer science, information technology, history,economics, etc. The library subscribes to many journals and magazines. The library subscribes to many journals and magazines. The library is fully automated.

Library hours :

    *    The College Library will be open for the purpose of study from 10.00 am to 5.00 p.m.

    *    During Diwali vacation on working days of office, library will be open from 10.00 am to 2.00 pm for students.

    *    Library will remain closed on Sundays and public holidays.

Cultural Committee and Talent Academy

The cultural needs of the students are taken care of through various activities such as dramatics, music, dance etc. by the cultural Committee The college encourages and support festivals organized by students . A Talent Academy is constituted to unfold the hidden talents of the students. Workshops are conducted in creative arts to nurture and develop talents of the students.

Computer Lab

The College has a well designed air-conditioned computer laboratories with LCD facilities. Every student has access to a computer with software designed according to the syllabus. Practical’s are conducted under the supervision of trained IT and Computer staff.

Language Laboratory

The College has language laboratory with seating arrangement for 30 students. The laboratory is used for programs in English & Communication Skills

Support Services For Students


Women Development Cell (WDC):

The WDC believes in empowerment of girl students. The cell encourages the students into developing into confident individuals.

Anti-Ragging Committee:

The College has formed the Anti-Ragging Committee as per the guidelines of University Grants Commission and the University of Mumbai. Students involved in offence of Ragging will be strictly punished by the College Administration.

Counselling:

The College has an in house counsellor to offer support and guidance to students in need of help. In addition to psychological support, career guidance is provided to help individual student focus on his/her strength and thereby plan his/her sucess path.

Remedial Classes:

In today’s competitive world, performance in the examinations plays a very crucial role in students’ progress later in life. Every department will conduct remedial classes with a focus on achieving better results in the examinations.

Book-Bank:

Economically under-privileged students are offered text-books under the book-bank.

Mentorship:

To cope up with the growing levels of stress faced by the presents generation, the College has adopted the mentorship scheme, where in students are allotted to teachers, who work as their friend philosopher and guide.

Support for “slow learners”:

The college has introduced remedial classes for the weaker students. Mentor meetings and excellent teacher- learner communication that prevails in the campus helps to identify slow learners who are given informal assistance to improve their academic competence. During exams half an hour extra time and the facility of a writer as per the University norms is provided to slow learners. Extra hours are devoted by the faculty to help them to understand the difficult modules in the syllabus.

Counselling Cell

The college office is situated on the ground floor, beside Principal’s office. It is quite spacious to accommodate many cubicles for staff members. As shown in photographs, to facilitate fast disposal of work and better service to students, number of counters are opened on either side of the office. There are separate counters for railway concession, leaving certificate, Scholarship, free ship, enrollment etc. During admission time, we open still more counters to accept fees. All the working in office is fully computerized.

Objectivies:

1. Enhancing Mental Health and creating awareness about Mental health, amongst students and teachers.
2. Designing and executing ‘Community Development Programme’, for mutual growth.
3. Developing entrepreneurship skills amongst students.

Activities Involved:

To help students and parents by giving personal attention is our policy.

1. Film screening
2. Visits to old age home, animal hospital
3. Lecture, dialog sessions

Inovative Practices:

1. Appointment of Psychiatrist
2. Workshops for teachers earn and learn programme
3. Formation of support group of parents of children suffering from delicate mental health
4. Workshop on “Teenagers: Issues and Challenges Related to Mental Health”

Remedial Classes:

In today’s competitive world, performance in the examinations plays a very crucial role in students’ progress later in life. Every department will conduct remedial classes with a focus on achieving better results in the examinations.

Book-Bank:

Economically under-privileged students are offered text-books under the book-bank.

Mentorship:

To cope up with the growing levels of stress faced by the presents generation, the College has adopted the mentorship scheme, where in students are allotted to teachers, who work as their friend philosopher and guide.

Support For "Slow Learner":

The college has introduced remedial classes for the weaker students. Mentor meetings and excellent teacher- learner communication that prevails in the campus helps to identify slow learners who are given informal assistance to improve their academic competence. During exams half an hour extra time and the facility of a writer as per the University norms is provided to slow learners. Extra hours are devoted by the faculty to help them to understand the difficult modules in the syllabus.

Student Aid Fund

This fund is used for providing financial assistance, buying of books, water purifiers, and for medical aid to the needy and deserving students. There is a book bank of text books created out to the Students Aid Fund. The needy and deserving students are expected to apply for financial aid and books in prescribed form available in the college library

To help students and parents by giving personal attention is our policy.

Vocational Education Training Program

Teaching Plan Sem-2 2018-19

Teaching Plan Sem-1 2018-19

Arts:

B.A.
B.M.M.
First Year

Commerce:

B.Com.
First Year
B.A.F.
First Year
B.B.I.
First Year
B.M.S.
First Year

Science:

B.Sc.(I.T.)
First Year

Result List

Defaulter List

Academic Calender-2018-19



JUNE,2018-19
o College reopens for the First Term
o Teaching Staff Meeting
o Distribution of time table to Teachers
o Distribution of Total Workload
o Admissions for F.Y B.Com, B.A, B.B.I , B.A.F, B. Sc. (IT), B.M.S, B.M.M as per Univ . Guidelines.

JULY,2018
o Orientation Programme for F.Y. Students.
o Commencement of F.Y B.Com, B.A, B.B.I , B.A.F, B. Sc. (IT), B.M.S, B.M.M
o Orientation Programme for WDC, Students Council, D.LLL
o Guru Purnima Celebration

AUGUST,2018
o Independence Day Celebration , (15th Aug)
o Announcement of F.Y B.Com, B.A, B.B.I , B.A.F, B. Sc. (IT), B.M.S, B.M.M (Sem. I) Class test
o Seminar on :”Grooming and Wellness program” on 25/08/2018, For FYBMS/BBI/BMM/BAF. Speaker “Miss Tini singh”

Midterm break (from 13th Sept.2018 to 17th Sept. 2018)
SEPTEMBER,2018
o Teachers Day Celebration (5th Sept.)
o F.Y B.Com, B.A, B.B.I , B.A.F, B. Sc. (IT), B.M.S, B.M.M (Sem- I )Class test
o Syllabus Completion for SEM- I
o Present seminar on Ethical Hacking, Speaker: “Prof. Darshan Shah (Founder of Aakaar classes)” on 28th September 2018. For B.Sc.-IT students(Sem-1).
o Cleanliness Drive under DLLE “Mission Swachhata” on 25th September to 29th September 2018 at Dahisar,Mira-Road and Bahaynder(station).
o Seminar on: Bharti Axa General Insurance for FYBMS & FYBBI on 26/09/2018. Speaker “Mr. Rajesh Kanoujiya”.
o Industrial Visit on:”Securities Exchange Board of India” on 26/09/2018 for FYBMS.

OCTOBER,2018
o SEM I Internal Examinations (F.Y) on 8th,9th and 10th oct 2018.
o First term end Meeting of Teaching Staff.
o Central Assessment (CAP) For Internal Examinations SEM I
o Seminar On : Investment Awareness Program for B.Com Students. Speaker “Prof. Basukinath Jha .” on 1st October 2018.
o 150th Mahatma Gandhi Jayanti celebration 2018-2019 on 2nd October 2018.
o Presentation seminar on “company secretary as a career” for the students (BAF,B.Com,BBI). Speaker “Ms. Vimala Jogadia”(Executive Assistant ICSI-WIRC) on 22nd October.
o Internal Examination for FYBMS/BBI/B.Sc-IT/BAF/BMM on 8,9,10 October 2018.
o Presentation seminar on ‘Internet of Things’ for B.Sc-IT students. Speaker: “Prof.Saurabh Suman(Asst. Professor SLRTCE)” on 17th October 2018(sem-1).
o “NAVRATRI UTSAV”_ON 17TH October 2018.
o Seminar on “Pre-Marriage Counseling” Speaker:”Ms.Sai Lele” on 25th October 2018 of “Department Of Women Development Cell”.
o Seminar on :”Concept of building Inner Confidence” on 22/11/2018, For FYBMS/BBI/BMM/BAF. Speaker “Miss Tini singh”.
o Defaulter list displayed on notice board for All Streams.

Diwali Vacation (from 6th Nov. 2018 to 25th Nov. 2018)
NOVEMBER,2018
o College reopens for the Second Term
o Second term Meeting of Teaching Staff
o Declaration of Results
o Commencement of classes
o Announcement of F.Y. ATKT Examination (as per univ. Guidelines)

DECEMBER,2018
o College festival & Days
o Annual Social Gathering

Winter Break (from 26th Dec 2017 to 1st Jan 2018)
JANUARY,2019
o Announcement of FY.B.COM B.A, B.B.I , B.A.F, B. Sc. (IT), B.M.S, B.M.M Sem. II Class test
o Republic Day Celebration (26th Jan)

FEBUARY,2019
o F.Y. B.COM , B.A, B.B.I , B.A.F, B. Sc. (IT), B.M.S, B.M.M Class test
o Announcement of F.Y, B.COM B.A, B.B.I , B.A.F, B. Sc. (IT), B.M.S, B.M.M ATKT Examination

MARCH,2019
o Announcement of F.Y, B.COM B.A, B.B.I , B.A.F, B. Sc. (IT), B.M.S, B.M.M Sem-II Examination
o F.Y, B.COM B.A, B.B.I , B.A.F, B. Sc. (IT), B.M.S, B.M.M ATKT Examination
o Enrollment for Remedial Coaching Class

APRIL,2019
o F.Y, B.COM, B.A, B.B.I , B.A.F, B. Sc. (IT), B.M.S, B.M.M SEM-II Examination
o Central Assessment (CAP) For Theory Examinations SEM II
o Declaration Of Results
o Admission for S.Y.,
o Commencement of Remedial Coaching Classes
o Second term end Teaching Staff Meeting

TERMS FOR ACADEMIC YEAR 2018 -19
• First Term – 18th June 2018 to 5th November 2018
• MidTerm Break – 13th Sept. 2018 to 17th Sept. 2018
• Diwali vacation – 6th Nov. 2018 to 25th Nov. 2018
• Second Term – 26th November 2018 to 4th May 2019
• Winter Break – 26th December 2018 to 1stJanuary 2019

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