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Student Development

Student Development Cell

Programe Officer : Dr. R. B. Sonawane

Introduction :

The Student Development Cell (SDC) supervises the Development activities of the students of the college. SDC promotes and co-ordinates the different student activities for better corporate life. SDC tries to nurture students' mental, physical, cultural growth with various activities to improve their overall personality and to make them civilized Indian citizens ready to compete in the globalized world.

List of the Committee Member
Sr. No.Name of the Committee MemberDesignation
1. Dr. Prakash Chaudhari Chairman
2. Mr. Vitthal Shinde Teachers representative (Lady)
3. Ms. Priyadarshani Hapse Social Worker
4. Mr. Jitendra Mali Social Worker
5. Ms. Amir Kusar Bagvan Member

EARN AND LEARN SCHEME :

The main objective of the scheme is to develop a student as a multifaceted personality with academic excellence and a commitment to an egalitarian society. India lives in her villages and to bridge the gap between rural Bharat and urban India, this scheme is basically undertaken for the benefit of students coming from the rural areas, who are economically backward, intelligent, and meritorious but cannot afford higher education, needy and financially hard pressed. It inculcates in the student the idea that no work is big or small and develops a work culture with the right aptitude. This is a vision of keeping our youth gainfully employed as well as to contribute from civil society. This is a paradigm shift in the way we see higher education. This will make higher education accessible and available to the poor, meritorious and the marginalized.

The scheme is at present being undertaken at the post-graduate level and the graduate level in the college. Under this scheme those students who are interested in joining are to fill the necessary application form, which is then scrutinized by an appropriate committee. The students enrolled under the scheme are given the following types of work namely office work, technical work and field work. However when the distribution of work is given it is seen that all students get equal opportunity to get all different kinds of work and that each student gets eighty percent of technical work and twenty percent of fieldwork. Office work includes working at the Library or any other office of the institute. Technical work includes knowledge of computers, office machines such as photocopying etc. or even working at a telephone booth, while field work includes working in the garden, looking after newly planted trees, play grounds, cleanliness of the campus etc. Each student is expected to work for three hours daily. Students working under this scheme are paid an honorarium of Rs.45 per hour.

Startup and Innovation Cell

Head : Dr. Manohar K. Sanap
Coordinator : Dr. Mariam Noronha

Introduction :

The Startup and Innovation Cell of the College was established in the academic year 2019-2020. The Cell functions under the aegis of the CIIE (Centre for Innovation, Incubation and Enterprise), SPPU. Through our activities we seek to equip our students with information and exposure to various aspects of entrepreneurship and the startup ecosystem.
The Cell provides our students with a platform to interact with entrepreneurs through workshops, visits, panel discussions, contests, etc. The Entrepreneurship Book Club is a unique activity we have undertaken to enrich our students with insights and experiences will meet once a month for a discussion.

Startup and Innovation Cell, Core Committee:2021-22
Sr. No.Name of the Cell MemberDesignation
1. Professor Vrishali Randhir I/C Principal
2. Dr. Manohar. K. Sanap Head
3. Dr. Mariam Noronha Coordinator
4. Mr. Akshat Mandalgi TY BVoc, Student member
5. Mr. Tushar Gopalkrishnan TY BVoc, Student member
6. Mr. Aryan Raundhal SY BCom, Student Member
7. Ms. Sharvari Shelke SY BCom, Student Member
8. Mr. Gaurav Singh SY BBA, Student Member
Startup and Innovation Cell College Level Working Committee:2020-21
Sr. NoName of the Cell MemberDesignation
1. Mr. Dhruv Gorakh TY BCom, Student member
2. Mr. Raghuvir Singh Devda TY BCom, Student member
3. Ms. Shambhavi Chauhan TY BVoc, Student Member
4. Mr. Siddharth Mundada SY BCom, Student Member
5. Ms. Aditi Uplenchwar FY Bcom, Student Member

Summary of Activities 2021-2022

STARTUP AND INNOVATION CELL SUMMARY

  • Compilation of GOI Schemes for funding Startups Download

NCC - NATIONAL CADET CORPS

Programe Officer: Dr. Appaso M. Kalel

Introduction

NATIONAL CADET CORPS

The NCC Unit of the College aims at fostering self-confidence, discipline, teamwork and leadership. It also seeks to provide basic military training up to the level of infantry section. The military training that the NCC cadets get enables them to join the Indian Army.

MOTTO OF NCC

"Unity and Discipline"

VISION

Empower volunteer youth to became potential leaders and responsible citizens of the country

MISSION

To develop leadership and character, qualities, mould discipline and nurture social integration and cohesion through multi-faceted program conducted in a military environment.

OBJECTIVES OF NCC

OBJECTIVES

  1. Reach out the youth through various institutions.
  2. Make NCC as an important part of the society.
  3. Teach positive thinking and attitude to the youth.
  4. To be an important source of national integration by making NCC as one of the greatest cohesive force of our nation irrespective of any caste, creed, religion or region.
  5. Mould the youth of the entire country into a united secular and disciplined citizen of the nation.
  6. Provide an ideal platform for the youth to showcase their potential in nation building.
  7. Instill spirit of secularism and united India by organizing national integration camps all over the country.
  8. Reach out to the youth of friendly foreign countries through youth exchange program (YEP).

CORE VALUES OF NCC

CORE VALUES

The NCC is a responsive, learning and continuously evolving organization. Its activity is guided by certain core values that we endeavour to instil among all ranks of the NCC. These include the following:

  1. sense of patriotic commitment to encourage cadets to contribute to national development.
  2. Respect for diversities in religion, language, culture, ethnicity, life style and habitat to instil a sense of National unity and social cohesion.
  3. Abiding commitment to learn and adhere to the norms and values enshrined in the Indian Constitution.
  4. Understanding the value of a just and impartial exercise of authority.
  5. Ability to participate in community development and other social programme.
  6. A healthy life style free of substance abuse and other unhealthy practices.
  7. Sensitivity to the needs of poor and socially disadvantaged fellow citizens.
  8. Inculcating habits of restraint and self-awareness.
  9. Understanding the values of honesty, truthfulness, self-sacrifice, perseverance and hard work.
  10. Respect for knowledge, wisdom and the power of ideas.

How to Join NCC

Eligibility Conditions

  1. Citizen of India or a subject of Nepal.
  2. Bearing good moral character.
  3. Enrolled in an educational institution.
  4. Meets the prescribed medical standards
  5. Age: Senior Division/Wing (Boys/Girls) - Upto 26 years.
  6. Enrolment Period: Senior Division/Wing (Boys/Girls) - 3 years

Application for Enrolment:

1. A student desirous of being enrolled in the Senior Division shall apply to the Officer Commanding of the nearest NCC Unit; while a student desirous of being enrolled in the Junior Division should apply to the Headmaster/Principal of the school in the prescribed form.

There is provision for students desirous of enrolling in NCC even from educational institutions that are not enlisted as NCC sub-units. In this provision of ‘Open Category’, the student needs to approach the Commanding Officer of the nearest NCC Unit for further guidance. The students can thus avail NCC training from institutions that are already NCC< sub-units, subject to following conditions:-

The educational institution in which the student is studying should not be having NCC.

The educational institution in which the student is desirous of undergoing NCC training should be placed under an NCC unit that has been declared an “Open Unit” by the Competent Authority.

This scheme assists in extending Senior Division/Senior Wing coverage to those 10+2 schools which have only Junior Division functioning in those schools and Senior Division unit cannot be allotted due to some reason or the other. Further, it lends an opportunity to those certificate holders, who wish to obtain ‘B’ and ‘C’ certificates and do not have NCC in their colleges.

Application for Enrollment

Details

  1. A student desirous of being enrolled in the Senior Division shall apply to the Officer commanding the unit.
  2. A student desirous of being enrolled in the Junior Division shall apply to the Headmaster of the school providing the unit or part thereof.
  3. The Officer, to whom an application under sub-rule (1) has been made, shall cause the applicant to fill up and sign in his presence a statement in Form I.
  4. The Headmaster to whom an application under sub-rule (2) has been made shall cause the applicant to fill up and sign in his presence a statement in Form II.

Verification

Verification Details

When an application is made to a Commanding Officer or a Headmaster under rule 7, he shall satisfy himself that the application is in proper form and that the applicant fulfils the conditions of enrolment specified in rule 5 or 6, as the case may be. The Commanding Officer or the Headmaster may make such further enquiry regarding the suitability of the applicant for enrolment in the unit or part thereof in which he desires to be enrolled, as may be prescribed in this behalf, by the State Government.

Medical Examination

Medical Examination Details

If the Commanding Officer or the Headmaster is satisfied that the application is in order, and that the applicant fulfils the conditions of enrolment and that he is suitable for enrolment in the unit or part thereof in which he desires to be enrolled, he shall cause the applicant to be medically examined. If the Commanding Officer or the Headmaster is not satisfied that the application is in order or that the applicant fulfils the conditions of enrolment or that he is suitable to be enrolled in the unit or part thereof or the applicant is reported to be medically unfit for service in the National Cadet Corps, the Commanding Officer or the Headmaster shall reject the application and shall inform the applicant accordingly.

Method of Enrollment

Method

  1. If the Commanding Officer does not reject the application, the applicant shall be accepted for enrolment in the Senior Division/Wing, and shall be required to sign a declaration in Form I. If the applicant is a minor, his father or guardian shall also be required to sign a declaration provided in the form.
  2. If the Headmaster does not reject the application, the applicant shall be accepted for enrolment in the Junior Division. The applicant shall be required to sign a declaration in Form II and his father or guardian shall also be required to sign a declaration in the Form.
  3. If the Commanding Officer or the Headmaster is satisfied that the applicant, or his father or guardian in the case of a minor applicant, understand the questions put to the applicant and consent to the conditions of service, he shall sign a certificate to that effect on the said Form, and the applicant shall thereupon be deemed to have been enrolled.

NCC Training Activities

Training Activities

  1. Institutional Training
  2. Camp Training
  3. Youth Exchange Programme (Yep)
  4. Sports
  5. Adventure Training
  6. Social Service & Community Development

Camps Training

NCC WordMeaning
ATC - ANNUAL TRAINING CAMP
CATC - COMMBINED ANNUAL TRAINING CAMP
NIC - NATIONAL INTEGRATION CAMP
SNIC - SPECIAL NATIONAL INTEGRATION CAMP
TSC - THAL SAINIK CAMP
VSC - VAYU SAINIK CAMP
NSC - NAU SAINIK CAMP
RDC - REPUBLIC DAY CAMP
LC - LEADERSHIP CAMPS
AAC - ARMY ATTACHMENT CAMP
AC - ADVENTURE CAMPS

Benefits of NCC

‘C’ Certificate Holders have taken part in Republic Day Parade, at New Delhi: NCC Cadets holding ‘C’ Certificate and taken part in Republic Day Parade at New Delhi will now be exempted from CEE (Common Entrance Examination) for recruitment into Soldier Clerk / Store Keeper Technical /Soldier Technical and Soldier Nursing Assistant and will be awarded 100% marks in lieu of CEE. Such candidates have to pass Pulmonary Function Tests, Pre-medical Test and undergo medical examination to get enrolled.

Incentives are being provided to NCC Certificate holders

NCC Certificate holders
Sr. No. NCC Certificate SoldierGD Category Soldier Clerk / Store Keeper Technical / Technical TradesmenCategory
1 A Certificate 05 Marks 05 Marks 05 Marks
2 B Certificate 10 Marks 10 Marks 10 Marks
Sr. No.Vacancies Reserve ForRemarks
a. Commission in Defence Forces Training Academies (a) Army: 100 per year in Officers Training Academy (OTA), Chennai for Short Service Commission Non Technical, No UPSC Exam, only SSB. (b) Navy: 6 per Course. No UPSC Exam, only Naval SSB. (c) IAF: 10% in all courses including Flying Training courses. No UPSC Exam, only Air Force SSB.
b. For Ors, Sailors, Airmen 2 to 10 bonus marks awarded for recruitment.
c. Department of Telecommunication Bonus marks awarded for recruitment
d. CRPF NCC Cadets holding third division degree eligible for recruitment to gazette post.
e. Industry Some Industries give preference to NCC ‘C’ Certificate holders for various jobs.

Cadets Achievements

Training Year: 2018-19

  1. JUO Ganesh Lakde represented Maharashtra Directorate in the All India Republic Day, 2019.
  2. LCPL Sagar Nale represented Maharashtra Directorate in the All India Republic Day, 2019.
  3. Cadet Laxmee Mehra represented Maharashtra Directorate in the All India National Thal Sainik Camp.
  4. Cadet Santosh Mahajanwad selected and participated in the Thal Sainik Camp at IGC Level held at Amravati, Maharashtra and won 1 Gold Medal in Tent Pitching.
  5. SGT Ashish Buchade represented Pune Group in PRE Republic Day Camp held at Pune, Maharashtra.
  6. Cadet Pratik Khedekar & Cadet Krishana Thakare participated in National Trekking which was held at Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh in which Cadet Krishana Thakare won 1 Gold Medal in Dance competition.
  7. Cadet Pratik Patil represented Maharashtra Directorate at the National Integration Camp held at Aurangabad, Maharashtra.
  8. SUO Sonia Kadam won 1 Gold Medal for Best Anchoring and 1 Gold Medal as All Rounder in the CATC.
  9. CSM Shradha Gaikwad won 1 gold Medal as Best Cadet in the CATC.
  10. Cadet Ravina Chavan won 1 Gold Medal in Panner Competition in the CATC.
  11. Cadet Vaishnavi Awale won 4 Gold Medals in the Piloting, Cultural, Best Buddy and Best Cadet Competitions respectively in the CATC.
  12. Cadet Rahual Yadav secured 1st position in Volleyball in the CATC.
  13. SGT Ashish Buchade won 2 Gold Medal, 1 Siliver Medal in the Drill Competition and 1 Gold Medal in Guard of Honor in Pre-RD Camp.
  14. Cadet Neha Dubey won 1 Gold Medal in Group Discussion, 1 Gold Medal in Extempore, 1 Silver Medal in 100 mts 1 Silver in 400 mts and First Position in Throw ball in the CATC./
  15. Cadet Rutuja Mali got 1 Gold Medal in Piloting, and 1 Silver Medal in 100 mts in the CATC.
  16. Cadet Sai More got 1 gold Medal in Piloting in the CATC.
  17. Cadet Sumit Sonawane got 1 Gold Medal in Special Talent in the CATC.
  18. Cadet Bipeen Dubey got 1 Gold Medal as Best Cadet in the CATC.
  19. Cadet Piyush Hinwar got 1 Silver Medal in 100 mts and Secured 1st position in Volleyball in the CATC.

NSS Sanction Unit

The motto of National Service Scheme is NOT ME BUT YOU Benefits of Being a NSS Volunteer: A NSS volunteer who takes part in the community service programme would either be a college level or a senior secondary level student. Being an active member these student volunteers would have the exposure and experience to be the following

250 Volunteers

1. an accomplished social leader
2. an efficient administrator
3. a person who understands human nature

  1. The NSS Badge Proud to Serve the Nation
  2. The National Service Scheme (NSS) is a Central Sector Scheme of Government of India, Ministry of Youth Affairs & Sports. It provides opportunity to the student youth of 11th & 12th Class of schools at +2 Board level and student youth of Technical Institution, Graduate & Post Graduate at colleges and University level of India to take part in various government led community service activities & programmes.
  3. The sole aim of the NSS is to provide hands on experience to young students in delivering community service. Since inception of the NSS in the year 1969, the number of students strength increased from 40,000 to over 3.8 million up to the end of March 2018 students in various universities, colleges and Institutions of higher learning have volunteered to take part in various community service programmes.

Program Officer

  1. Dr. Bhart Rathod
  2. Ms. Apha Siddqui
  3. Mr. Devisdas Landge
Major Activities

National Integration Camp (NIC)

NIC Organization

The National Integration Camp (NIC) is organized every year and the duration of each camp is of 7 days with day-night boarding & lodging. These camps are held in different parts of the country. Each camp involves 200 NSS volunteers to undertake the scheduled activities.

Objectives

NSS Objective

  1. Rich cultural diversity of India
  2. History of our diversified culture
  3. National pride through knowledge about India
  4. To integrate the nation through social service

NSS Adventure Program

  1. The camps are held every year which are attended by approximately 1500 NSS volunteers with at least 50% of the volunteers being girl students. These camps are conducted in Himalayan Region in the North and Arunachal Pradesh in North East region. The adventure activities undertaken in these camps includes trekking of mountains, water rafting, Para-sailing and basic skiing.

NSS Adventure Program Objective

  1. 1. Promote various adventure activities among NSS volunteers
  2. 2. Infuse the sense of love towards the various regions of India
  3. 3. Enhance leadership qualities, fraternity, team spirit and risk taking capacity.
  4. 4. Improvement of physical and mental strength
  5. 5. Exposure to new vocational possibilities

NSS Republic Day Parade Camp

The first Republic Day Camp of NSS Volunteers was held in 1988. The camp takes place in Delhi between 1st and 31st January every year with 200 NSS selected volunteers who are good in discipline, March-past and cultural activities.A Contingent of selected NSS volunteers participates in the Republic Day Parade at Rajpath, New Delhi on 26th of January every year in accordance with the guidelines and requisition of the Ministry of Defence.

Objectives of NSS Republic Day Parade Camp

  1. Enable the volunteers to interact with fellow members hailing from various parts of India.
  2. Experience the tradition, custom, culture, language of all states of India.
  3. Provide a chance to develop overall personality of the Student volunteers.
  4. Constitute the bond of patriotism, national integration, brotherhood and communal harmony. National Youth Festivals National Youth Festivals are organized every year from 12th to 16th January by the Government of India, Ministry of Youth Affairs & Sports in collaboration with the State Governments in different parts of the country. Eminent guests, speakers and youth icons are invited to address and interact with about 1500 participating NSS volunteers during the National Youth Festivals.

Objectives of National Youth Festivals

Objectives

  1. Make the volunteers aware of the various festivals celebrated in the country
  2. Remind the volunteers of the cultural importance of festivals celebrated in our country
  3. Provide a chance to the NSS volunteers to interact with the resource person/speaker/youth icons

National Service Scheme Award

Scheme Award

The Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports, Government of India had instituted the National Service Scheme Awards to recognize the voluntary service rendered by NSS volunteers, Programme Officers, N.S.S. units and the university/senior secondary council.

Youth Red Cross Unit

Programe Officers : Dr. Prakash Chaudhary
Programe Officers : Dr.Bharat Rathod

Principles

Youth Red Cross has the following three

  1. Protection of Health & Life
  2. Service to the Sick & Suffering
  3. Promotion of National & International Friendship, to develop the mental and moral capacities of the youth

purpose of organizing

The main purpose of organizing the Youth Red Cross

  1. Informing youth members and others the roles and responsibilities of the Red Cross and encourage them to contribute.
  2. Awareness on the care of their own health and that of others.
  3. Understanding and acceptance of civic responsibilities and acting accordingly with humanitarian concern, to fulfill the same.
  4. To enable the growth and development of, spirit of service and sense of duty with dedication and devotion in the minds of youth.
  5. To foster better friendly relationship with all, without any discrimination.

Activities

YOUTH RED CROSS Activities

  1. Junior/Youth Red Cross development plan with approach of peer education
  2. This is a pilot project based on YPEP (Youth Peer education approach) where youth is being trained on different topics such as RC/RC movement, fundamental principles, humanitarian values, climate change, disaster risk reduction, road safety and Hygiene & sanitation.(Indian Red Cross Society, Uttar Pradesh & Odisha State branch)
  3. Leaders of tomorrow project
  4. The school program under IPCD (INTERGRATED PROGRAM FOR COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT) programme is called "leaders of tomorrow". The project focused on Health, Disaster Preparedness, Humanitarian Values and Be safe, Outreach community programme. 79 Government schools are part of the project.( Indian Red Cross Society, Tamil Nadu State Branch)
  5. Junior& Youth Red Cross -Youth peer education programme on HIV/AIDS
  6. National /State Level Camps
  7. The Indian Red Cross state branches organize Junior & Youth Red Cross interstate and inter- district camps to create a friendly environment for interaction and cultural exchange. The camp allows youth to share their Red Cross experiences and learn many activities.
  8. The Indian Red Cross Society provides opportunities to the youth to visit international camps and participate in youth exchange programs.

Vidyarthani Manch

Coordinator :

Objectives

Vidyarthini Manch was established in the academic year 2009-2010.It was established with following objectives

VIDYARTHINI MUNCH OBJECTIVE

  1. To generate awareness among girl students about physical and mental health through programmes conducted by Doctors and psychologists.
  2. To make girl students aware about legal issues through interaction with eminent lawyers and police officers.
  3. To help girl students to enhance personality and self-confidence.
  4. To build strong willpower to fight against sextual harrasment and to create a spirit of fearlessness.

Entrepreneurship Development Cell

Coordinator : Dr. Manohar Sanap
Assistant Coordinator : Dr. Bharat Rathod

The Development of technology and its uses in the field of Commerce, Economics, Finance and Management are rapidly growing. The College has established the Entrepreneurship Development Cell to develop the entrepreneurship qualities and skills and to create awareness about the avenues and various schemes to launch Startups

This cell aims to foster the entrepreneurship culture among the students and epitomize the power of innovation. Since its inception, Entrepreneurship Cell has been primarily responsible for stimulating, sustaining and supporting entrepreneurial endeavours within the campus, providing them with necessary assistance and resources. With dedicated and full-fledged support from Modern Education Society, Pune (Parent Body), the cell firmly believes in harvesting innovative ideas and intends to nurture them.

Objectives of EDC

Objectives

  1. To provide various services and information to budding student entrepreneurs.
  2. To organize Workshops and Lectures periodically to create awareness about entrepreneurship in the College.
  3. To create entrepreneurial environment and culture in the institution and organizing various programmes related to women and weaker sections of the society.
  4. To foster better linkages between the Parent Institution, Industries and R&D Institutions and other related organizations engaged in promoting Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) including NGOs and other Voluntary Organizations.
  5. To catalyze and promote development in field of Commerce, Finance, Banking, Insurance based Enterprises and promote employment opportunities.
  6. To respond effectively to the emerging challenges and opportunities relating to SMEs and Micro Enterprises.

Function of EDC

Function

  1. To organize Entrepreneurship Awareness Camps, Entrepreneurship Development Programmes and Faculty Development Programmes.
  2. To develop and introduce curriculum on Entrepreneurship Development.
  3. To conduct research work and survey for identifying entrepreneurial opportunities.
  4. To guide and assist prospective entrepreneurs on various aspects such as preparing project reports, obtaining project approvals, loans and facilities from agencies of support systems and information on various technologies
  5. To organize Guest Lectures, Seminars, etc. for promotion and growth of entrepreneurship.
  6. To arrange visits to industries for prospective entrepreneurs.
  7. To extend necessary guidance and escort services to the trainees in obtaining approval and execution of their projects.
  8. To conduct skill development training programmes leading to self/wage employment.

Coordinator Dr. Laxman Baisane

Introduction:

During the academic year 2008-2009, the Samata Mandal organized five days workshop on “Preparation of Competitive Examinations” from 26th to 30th April 2010. In this workshop, 31 students participated. An impressive and huge feedback given by the students (see the details in Annexure I). Prof. L. S. Baisane in charge, of Samata Mandal, proudly stated that the idea of a special competitive examination guidance center born from the workshop taken by the center and the tremendous feedback of the students. And finally the dream came true on 28/07/2011.

Principal M. M. Andar allowed setting up the Competitive Examination Center. The centre will provide guidance for UPSC, MPSC and Banking Services with extra coaching by the experts renowned personalities through various lectures, seminars and workshops specially will arrange for this purpose.

Aim:-

The aim of the center is to create a positive awareness about the various competitive examinations among all students and weaker sections of the society and to help the students to concentrate on essentials in the study of each Subject. To make efforts in developing a higher degree of intellectual and curiosity and a wider sweep of interest, so that the students will not face any difficulty in appearing for the civil Service examinations.

Objectives:-

The objective of the center is to prepare all students, especially those who belongs to SC, ST, OBC, Minorities and Physical Challenged persons to get employment through the UPSC, MPSC, IBPS, SSC and RRB etc. and to provide guidance and specific training to them so that they can achieve excellence in UPSC/ MPSC /Banking Services Examination. Thus its objectives are

  1. To provide adequate information, Create awareness and encourage them for various Competitive Examination.
  2. To develop interest, confidence and provide specific training required for UPSC/MPSC/Banking services exam.
  3. To make all possible efforts in order to enable them to join Civil and allied services
  4. To organize lectures and guidance of eminent personalities.

Functions:-

The objective of the center is to prepare all students, especially those who belongs to SC, ST, OBC, Minorities and Physical Challenged persons to get employment through the UPSC, MPSC, IBPS, SSC and RRB etc. and to provide guidance and specific training to them so that they can achieve excellence in UPSC/ MPSC /Banking Services Examination. Thus its objectives are

  1. To conduct the Entrance Test.
  2. To enroll or Registration of the students.
  3. To plan and conduct lectures serious.
  4. To provide support with facilities like Library, News Paper cutting, Subject Matter, Pervious years Question papers, Syllabus, etc.
  5. To conduct the guest lecturers of eminent personalities in field.
  6. To conduct the Test serious.
Sr. NoName of MembersDesignation
1 Prof. Dr. Vrishali Randhir, In charge Principal Chairman
2 Prof. P. N. Chaudhary (Vice-Principal) Member
3 Dr. L. S. Baisane Co-ordinator
4 Prof. S. M. Tribhuwan Member
5 Dr. M. R. Agale Member
6 Prof. Dr. R. S. Mhasade Member
7 Dr. Ramdas Sonawane Member
8 Mr. Manoj Thakur Member
9 Mr. Jagdish Thakur Member

ADMISSION PROCEDURE

  1. Admission Form (see the details in Annexure III)
  2. Caste Certificate
  3. Last year mark sheet
  4. College I card / Admission slip