Commerce

1. Name of the Department

Commerce & Management

   

2. Year of Establishment

1970

   

3. Programme / Courses offered

B.Com (UG)

   

4. Interdisciplinary Courses offered

COC in Accountancy & Taxation

 

Certificate Course in Event

 

Management

 

Certificate Course in Stock Market

 

5. Programme wise Examination System (Annual / Semester / CBCS)

B. Com.

Semester

  1. Participation of department in the courses offered by other departments: Nil

7. Courses in collaboration with other universities:

Nil

     

8. Details of courses/programmes discontinued with reasons: NIL

         

9. Number of Teaching posts :

     
 

Designation

 

Sanctioned

 

Recruited

 

Professors

 

 

 

Associate Professor

 

 

 

Assistant Professor

 

3 + 1 (CHB)

 

3+1 (CHB)

Name

Qualification

Designation

Specialization

Experience (Years)

Ph. D. Students guided for last 4 years

 

Shri. S. V.

M. Com.,

Asst. Prof

Adv. Accountancy &

5 Years

 

Bachche

C. A., LLB., NET

Finance

 
       

Smt. A. A.

M. Com.,

Asst. Prof

Adv. Accountancy &

5 Years

 

Kotnis

M. Phil., NET

Finance

 
       

Smt. S. S.

M. Com.,

Asst. Prof

Adv. Accountancy &

5 Years

 

Jadhav

M. Phil., NET

Finance

 
       
  1. List of senior visiting faculty: Nil
  2. Percentage of lectures delivered and practical classes handled by temporary faculty:
 

B. Com.

 

50%

   

13. Student – Teacher Ratio Programme Wise:

 
 

B. Com.

 

49 : 1

  1. Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff; sanctioned and filled:

Name

Designation

Nil

Nil

   

15. Qualifications of teaching faculty with Ph. D/ M. Phil. / PG :

Name of the Faculty

 

Qualification

Smt. A. A. Kotnis

 

M. Phil

Smt. S. S. Jadhav

 

M. Phil

Shri. S. V. Bachche

 

CA & PG

  1. Number of faculty with ongoing projects from funding agencies & grants received: Nil
  2. Departmental projects funded by DST – FIST; UGC, DBT, ICSSR, etc. and total grants received: Nil

18. Research Centre /facility recognized by the University:

 

No

 

19. Publications:

     

Name of Faculty / Student

Number of papers published in

 

 

peer reviewed journals

 

   

Shri. S.V. Bacche

 

08 (National)

 

Smt. A.A.Kotnis

 

08 (National)

 

Smt. S.S.Jadhav

 

02 (International)

 

20. Area of consultancy and income generated:

   

Area of Consultancy

 

Income Generated

 

Income Tax

Free consultancy to staff of MMK

 

Financial Advisory

Honorary to ADSPM Teachers

 

 

Credit society

 

  1. Faculty working as member on various committees / Boards: Nil

 Student Projects:

·       Percentage of students who have done in-house projects including inter departmental / programme

98% students of Final Year (T. Y. B. Com.)

·       Percentage of students placed for projects in organizations outside the institution i.e.in Researchlaboratories / Industry / other agencies

Nil

  1. Awards / Recognitions received by faculty and students: Nil
  1. List of eminent academicians and scientists / visitors to the department:

Dr. Abhay Tilak

Mr. P. T.Kumbhar

Dr. Bhanumurthy

Dr. A. M. Gurav

Dr. Manoj Kamat

Mr. Prakash Datar

Mr. Gopal Patil

C. S. Sandeep Patil

Mr. Sunil Patil

Mr. V. N. Deshpande

C.S Swapnil Patole

Dr. N. V. Shaha

Mr. Raghvendra Bakare

Mr. Ajit Patil

Dr. Rajan Chougule

Dr. H. T. Shirke

Mr. Prakash Misal

Mr.Ajay Kulkarni

  1. Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized & the source of funding:
 

Theme

   

Level

   

Funding Agency

 

Career in CA, CS & MBA

 

University

   

SUK

   

Banking Awareness

   

University

   

SUK

   

Opportunities in Banking Sector

 

University

   

SUK

   
         
               

National Conference on

Make in India- Emerging

trends in Trade &

Innovations for Effective Entrepreneurship

               
               
 

National

   

Self Funded

 
             

26. Student profile programme/course wise:

           

Course

Year

Applications

Selected

 

Enrolled

 

Pass %

 

Received

Male

Female

   
           

B.Com.

2011 – 12

115

115

       

83.03%

 

2012 – 13

126

126

86

40

 

82.05%

 
     
 

2013 – 14

139

139

89

50

84.50%

 
 

2014 – 15

118

118

70

48

86.86%

 
 

2015 – 16

157

157

112

45

85.80%

 
 

2016 – 17

145

145

       
  1. Diversity of Students:

 

Name of the

 

% of students from

   

Course

Same State

Other State

 

Abroad

 

B. Com

99%

01 %

 

 

(2015 – 16)

   
         

COC (CCAT)

100%

 

 

Event

100%

 

 

Management

   
         

Stock Market

100%

 

 
  1. How many students have cleared national and state competitive examinations such as NET, Civil services, Defense services, etc.?
           

Other

 

Course

 

NET / SET

 

Civil Service

Competitive

           

Exams

B. Com.

 

 

     

29. Students Progression:

   
 

UG to PG

     

58 %

Employed:

       
 

Campus Recruitment

 

01

 

Other than Campus Recruitment

 

11

 

Self Employment

     

25

     

30. Details of Infrastructural facilities:

   
 

Library

   

Yes (Departmental Library)

Internet facility for Staff & Students

Yes

 

Classrooms with ICT facility

Yes

 
 

Laboratories

   

Yes, Common Computer Lab

  1. Number of students receiving financial assistance from college, university, government or other agencies:

All eligible students get financial assistance from government schemes like scholarships, free ships etc.

  1. Details on student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops / seminar) with external experts:

2013 – 14

 

   

CA.Raghvendra Bakare

 

Career in CA CS & MBA

26/02/2014

CS. Swapnil Patole

 
   

Dr. A. M. Gurav

 
 

2014 – 15

   

Insurance Awareness

11/09/2014

CA. Rajan Chougule

 

Mr. P. C. Mulla

 
     
 

2015 – 16

   

Skill and Entrepreneurship

30/06/2015

Mr. V. N. Deshpande

 

Development

 
     

Motivational Speech

19/10/2016

Vitthal Kotekar

 

Event Management

19/12/2016

Dr. A. M. Gurav

 
 

2016 – 17

   

Investment Awareness

19/01/2017

Mr. Ajit Patil

 

program

 
     

Financial Literacy

01/02/2017

Dharmendra Powar

 

Opportunities in Banking

09/02/2017

Mr. Prakash Misal

 

Sector

Ms. Prachi Haval

 
   
  1. Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning: Lectures, Seminars, Field visit, Projects, Assignments, Video clips, Question/Answer session, Poster Presentation, Power point Presentation, Role playing etc.
  1. Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) and Extension activities:
  • Blood donation, Old Age Home Visit, Counseling to teenagers.
  1. SWOC analysis of the department and Future plans

Strengths

  • Team Work
  • Eminent Teaching Faculty
  • Organization of workshop for students 100% Computer Literacy
  • Different courses
  • Skill Development Centre

Weakness

  • No PG Department
  • Low Percentage of selection of students in Competitive Exams All Faculty is still pursing Ph. D
  • No English medium facility at UG level

Opportunities

  • To start English Medium at UG level To Organize International conference To sign MOU with banks and Industries
  • To start PG department & professional courses.

Challenges

  • To Improve Placement Mechanism