BA

Introduction

Pratibha College of Commerce & Computer Studies (PCCCS) has started with the academic year 2019-20 with its Department of Arts, Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree. The College offers an integrative approach to studying a wide variety of advance learning. Our objectives are 'to advance learning, knowledge and professional competence particularly in the fields of arts, in the principles and practice of arts in their relation to industrial and commercial processes and social developments and other subjects relating thereto, through teaching, research and collaboration with industry and commerce’.
The Department of Arts aims to achieve the standards of excellence by:

Fostering a high level of understanding of the principles and practice of arts.
Encouraging individual creativity among staff and students.
Exploring the innovative applications of technologies and processes to the disciplines of arts.
Encouraging awareness of social and environmental developments in so far as they relate to the overall upliftment of the faculty of arts.
Enhancing through co-operation and partnership with other institutions, locally, nationally and internationally.

We the faculty of Arts, also aim to prepare the students to about the major area of concentration in the coming years. It is imperative that each student’s course of study be developed in close consultation with an advisor and approved in advance. The senior capstone requires majors to undertake serious and substantive independent work that results in a thesis project. Students must identify a topic of interest, examine a specific problem and carry out independent research and analysis over an extended time. The results of this process are expressed through a written paper, exhibition, or both.
The Department of Arts has plans in maintaining an active program of events including visiting artists, speakers, workshops, etc. that will enrich our classes and also help draw the attention of the campus community to the arts.

The Curriculum

Define your experiences…

Paired with our uniquely engaging Plan structure, our curriculum creates a rich foundation for unearthing passions and discovering the world. With our rigorous but broad requirements, you’ll have both ample independence and guidance during your three years. The Department has committed to provide a safe conducive work and academic environment to students & its employees. We the faculty of Arts will make sure of the extremely alert to matters pertaining to any kind of harassment & gender sensitivity. Any women aggrieved in this matter may fearlessly approach the Head of the Department or the Authorities of PCCCS against any harassment.

The Department of Arts has all the required amenities and infrastructure for the students. We the Arts stream have sufficient classrooms, library having the required text books and reference books, e-library facility, Computer Lab. for students, Ladies Common Room, Audio-Visual Hall, Conference Rooms. College also provides facility to the students like canteen, health-care facility and clean drinking water. The infrastructure of the college is as per the norms of the UGC.


Drinking Water:

College has enough number of drinking water coolers on all the four floors.


Sanitary Facilities:

College has adequate & Separate Sanitary facilities for girls & boys.


Sports & Gymnasium:

College has various facilities of sports with all latest amenities:
Pavilion :
1. Indoor Sports game :
Carom
Table Tennis
Chess

2. Outdoor Sports games having separate courts :
Cricket
Football
Volleyball
Basketball

3. Gymnasium :
College has a gym with all modern equipments


LIBRARY

Attached to the main academic block, the PCCCS Library is a unit with seating capacity for about 80 readers with free internet facility. Well-stocked and presently having a collection of, 5258 total reference books, wherein the Commerce Department holds 1250 books. Also, latest publications in the fields of business, economics, humanities and social sciences are continuously added to the collection to equip students with a wide range of academic. The College Library is fully automated and provides user services through computer.
The Library opens for eight hours from 9.30 a.m. to 5.30 p.m. However, during examinations it opens from 9.00 a.m. to 6.00 p.m. for students’ convenience.


BASIC HEALTH CARE UNIT

The College has a basic health care unit to provide medical support in its campus to provide immediate medical assistance to needy students and staff members.


CANTEEN

The College Canteen is a popular meeting place for students. It serves a variety of eatables at moderate prices. Fully air conditioned canteen with elegant tables and cozy chairs add comfort while enjoying array of savory food. The College operates one canteen having a seating capacity of 30 people.

Procedure for maintenance of facilities:

The College ensures regular maintenance and upkeep of all infrastructural facilities. The maintenance work is carried out by trained in-house experts as well as outsourced to appropriate outside agencies. A full-time caretaker is appointed by the College to ensure the cleanliness, hygiene, sanitation, water supply, electricity, and security and stationery condition and to update the Principal of the institution about the current/ daily state of affairs. Furniture and equipment are purchased on regular basis as per the requirements. The College has its own fulltime plumber, electrician, sweepers and gardeners to maintain the lawns and flora of the College.


Name Of Faculty Designation Qualification Experience Photo
Roopa Shah In-Charge For Arts Ph.D, MA (English) 22 Years
Prof. Rasika Patil Assistant Professor M.Phil (Economics), MA (Economics) 9 Years
Abhra Pratip Ray Assistant Professor M.Sc (Psychology) M.Sc (Space Science), B.Ed., NET-CSIR. 14 years
Ravindra Nirgude Assistant Professor M.A. B.Ed. HTD. M.Phil., NET., Ph.D 8 years
Sunita Gaikwad Assistant Professor M.A.GeographyNET Pursuing Ph.D -University of Pune. 12 Years
Rebecca Sable Assistant Professor BA B.Ed MA. 5 years.
Amita Deshpande Assistant Professor MA – Marathi B.Ed 4 years
Chandrakant Sonawane Assistant Professor MA (English) 6 years
Anuradha Ghodke Assistant professor M.A., M.Phil. (English), M.B.A. (HR), PhD (Pursuing),DEd. 9 years
Madhura Vinodkumar Wagh Assistant Professor Masters in Linguistics Fresher
Programme Outcomes (F Y B A)
1) By reading various poetry and prose. This will develop their reading fluency. 2) Going through different prose and potery will eventually contribute to their grammartical skills, vocabulary as well as linguistics abilities. 3) Group Discussions, Debates, Speech, all these activities will contribute to learning of the Lanaguge.
F.Y.B.B.A. (SEM I)
Subject Code Subject Name Subject Outcome How they are fulfilled
101 GC Compulsory English The students will get acquainted to to various prose and poetry in English so as they realize the beauty of English. It will develop the ability to think critically and appreciate the beauty of the langauge. Developing Lingusitics Competence of the students for the languuage. Aiding to boost the Communicative skills of the students which will help in different walks of life.
Optional English Optional English Prof. Dr Roopa Shah
Optional Marathi १.मराठी साहित्यातील कथा व एकांकिका या साहित्य प्रकारची ओळख करून देणे. २.कथा या साहित्यप्रवाहाचे स्वरूप, घटक आणि प्रकार यांची ओळख करून देणे. ३.एकांकिका या साहित्यप्रवाहाचे घटक व स्वरूप यांची ओळख करून देणे. ४.भाषिक कौशल्यांचा विकास करणे. १.मराठी साहित्य क्षेत्रातील कथा व विविध प्रवाह वाचून आणि चर्चेच्या माध्यमातून समजून घेणे. २.मराठी साहित्यातील एकांकिका वाचून, सादरीकरणातून आस्वाद घेणे. ३.जागतिकीकरणात विविध क्षेत्रांना सामोरे जाण्यासाठी विविध भाषिक कौशल्य विकसित करून देणे.
Optional Hindi 1.To introduce poetry in hindi to students. Prof. Dr Ravindra Nirgude
Optional German 1.This basic language course is designed for the F.Y.B.A. students without any prior knowledge of German. 2. It focuses on basic grammar, vocabulary of around 2500 words, basic reading, writing, speaking and listening skills.3. This will enable the Students to communicate in simple German in basic day- to- day communication. When they study German language at F.Y.B.A, they would be able to: Understand and use everyday expressions with very simple sentences which relate to your daily major needs. They would be able to introduce themselves to others as well as ask others about themselves. They can participate with German conversation in a simple manner if the person they are speaking to, speaks slowly and clearly.German basics are cleared in this stage.
History 1 To enable students to understand and comprehend the content of Early Prehistory 2. To make students aware of various aspect related to the early history background, archieological studies survey Presentation based on the content, virtual field visit
Political Science 1. to enable students to understand and comprehend the content of Political science 2 .To develop the ability to evaluate cognitives process of learning videos based on the Indian Constitution, Background History
Economics 1. to enhance the contextual as well as applicable and to incorporate all the latest changes in the national economy. 2. to disseminate the structural transformation 3. to elaborate the changing pattern of indian economic environment 4. To enable students to understand and comprehend the current business scenario, agricultural scenario and other sectorial growth in the Indian context. To make the student aware of the developments such as MSMEs, Digital Economy, E-Banking, BPO & KPO, etc. 1. Economic environment - videos 2. Indian economic scenario - case studies 3. Media role - Economic and educational environment 4. Interdependence of Agriculture and Industry, service and quarternary sector
Psychology a) Understand the basic psychological processes and their applications in day to day life. b) Develop the ability to evaluate cognitive processes, learning and memory of an individual. c) Understand the importance of motivation and emotion of the individual. d) Understand the personality and intelligence of the individuals by developing their psychological processes and abstract potentials. a) Students are introduced to the new concepts of psychological process in the classroom / on-line teaching. b) students learn about various cognitive processes andhow to identify them with suitable examples. c) students learn about motivation as a psychological skill and emotions.
Geography 1. The students will be able to understand the geographical maturity of their current and future courses shall develop. 2. The students developed theoretical, applied, computational skills. a. Presentation based on the content along with class acitivity students were able to understand and identify the content. b. Class test students learn about various aspects related to geographical features. c. Students were aware about models, theories, structures, and geographical features.

1) Students will read a variety of texts critically and proficiently to demonstrate in writing or speech the comprehension, analysis, and interpretation of those texts; 2) Students will improve their reading fluency skills through extensive reading 3) Students will enlarge their vocabulary by keeping a vocabulary journal 4)demonstrate practical awareness of classic, contemporary, and avant-garde models of one or more creative literary form (poetry, fiction, creative non-fiction) 2. The students developed theoretical, applied, computational skills. . You tube - Micro econonmic analysis Research articles 3. PPT 4. Tests/MCQs
S.Y.B.B.A. (SEM I)
Subject Code Subject Name Subject Outcome How they are fulfilled
Compulsory English 1) To familiarize students with excellent pieces of prose and poetry in English so that they realize the beauty and communicative power of English. 2) To develop students’ interest in reading literary pieces 3) Students should be able to apply critical and theoretical approaches to the reading and analysis of literary and cultural texts in multiple genres. 4) Students will heighten their awareness of correct usage of English grammar in writing and speaking
Optional English G2 English )To lead to a greater understanding of human communicative action through an objective study of language. 2) To familiarize students with the key concepts of linguistics and develop awareness of the latest trends in language study. 3) To help students move towards better and intelligible pronunciation and to improve the general standard of pronunciation in everyday conversation. 1)Students will practice the pronunciation of sounds and symbols of English language. 2) Students will study and analyse the pattern of stress and intonation in spoken language. 3)Students should be able to understand the process of communicating and interpreting human experiences through literary representation using historical contexts and disciplinary methodologies.
Optional Marathi १.भाषिक कौशल्य विकासातून संगणक आणि मोबाईल या माध्यमातून मराठीमध्ये मुद्रण, टंकलेखन यांचा विकास करणे. २.मराठी साहित्यातील प्रकारातील कादंबरीचे स्वरूप, घटक, प्रकार आणि वाटचाल व्याख्यान देणे. ३.आधुनिक मराठी साहित्यातील कादंबरीच्या प्रेरणा, प्रयोजन स्पष्ट करणे १.जागतिकरणात भाषिक कौशल्यांच्या विकासाला सामोरे जाण्यासाठी संगणक आणि मोबाईल यांच्या माध्यमातून मराठी भाषा विकास करून घेणे. २.मराठी साहित्यातील कादंबरी चे घटक, त्यांचे वेगळेपण याचे विवेचन करता येईल. ३.कादंबरी वाङ्मयाचा मराठी साहित्यातील वाटचालीचा आढावा घेता येईल. ४.आधुनिक कादंबरीच्या प्रेरणा आणि प्रयोजन स्पष्ट करतील.
Optional Hindi Prof. Dr Ravindra Nirgude
Optional German 1.This course is specially meant for students with prior knowledge of German i.e. the students who have opted German in schools or in junior colleges. 2. It consists of advanced grammar and vocabulary, skills such as dialogue writing, advanced communication and listening skills. 3. The course material (i.e. the short texts, dialogues etc.) reveals important aspects of the German Culture. 1) Students aim will be to gain proficiency level such as: a)understanding sentences and commonly used expressions related to your associated circumstances. b)understanding and exchanging information familiar and common topics. c) explaining the education background and about yourself in simple manner.
History 1 To enable students to understand and comprehend the content of Early Prehistory 2. To make students aware of various aspect related to the early history background, archieological studies survey Students were able understanding the content of Maratha History Students were able to analyse the administration of Shivaji Students were aware of the various kinds of activities related to the content Students were engage in role plays, activities , virtual field visit.
Political Science 1. to enable students to understand and comprehend the content of Political science 2 .To develop the ability to evaluate cognitives process of learning Students were able understanding the content of Political Science Students were able to analyse the administration policy, structure of government Students were aware of the various kinds of activities related to the content Students were engage in role plays, activities , presentation, quiz
Economics
Psychology a) Prof. Abhra Pratip Rey
Environmental Geography 1. The students will be able to understand the geographical maturity of their current and future courses shall develop. a. Students were able to understand the concept of Environmengtal Geography. b. They were able to analyze various aspects of Ecosystem, Biodiversity, Environmemtal Pollution. c.Structure of Ecosystem was been acknowledge. d. They understood the various contemporary issues in the Environment like global warming, depletion of ozone layer etc. e. They were able to understand the concept of presentation properly.
S1 English
S2 English Understanding poetry through reading, discussion on the poetry. Doing critical analysis for the poetry through discussions, debates, will contribute to learning aid. Engaging students in activities like to do findings on the poet, the poetry, speaking on particular findings in the class will add to the knowledge of the students. Various means like audio visuals, videos will contribute to the understanding of the Poetry and its different elements. 3. To understand the role of the Reserve Bank of India in Indian financial system 5. To provide the students the intricacies of Indian financial system for better fiancial decision making
S1 Economics 1.Enhabce communication skills of the students 2. Make them expert in professional communication 3. Make them employable 1. To understand fundamentals of modern financial system 2. To understand the recent trends and developments in banking system. 4. To provide the knowledge of various financial and non-financial institutions.
S2 Economics 1) To understand the historical backgroung of the emergence of macroeconomics. 2) To familarize students with the difference between micro and macro economics. 3) To familarise the students with various concepts of National Income. 4) To introduce students with the role of money in the economy.5) To introduce students to the conceptual and theoretical framework of inflation, deflation, stagflation and business cycles. 1 To understand fundamentals of modern financial system. 2 To understand the recent trends and developments in banking system. 3 To understand the role of the Reserve Bank of India in Indian financial system. 4 To provide the knowledge of various financial and non-financial institutions. 5 To provide the students the intricacies of Indian financial system for better financial decision making. 1) Youtube 2) PPT 3) Group Discussion 4) Class Test5) MCQs
SEC - 2A Research Methodology
S1 Psychology