BCom

Establishment/Momentous

Commerce Dept. established – 2009.
11 Faculty Members.
3 Faculty members holding Ph.D degree.
IQAC – Co-coordinator - HOD.
Backbone of PCCCS.
Presently 600 students.
Academic and Environment friendly.
Highly qualified and experienced team of faculty members with Academic and Industry exposure.
Industry oriented courses in collaboration with various institutes.
Tally for F.Y.B.Com students.
40 hours Soft Skills Training Programme for T.Y.B.com students by Mahindra Pride School.

Salient Features

NET/SET qualifies faculty members.
Ph.d pursuing faculty members.
3 State Level Seminars and 1 Workshop organised.
Focus on Experiential Learning.
Formation of Commerce Association.
Trade Fair – Fun-Food-Full Lived.
Placement of Students with top companies.
Industry-Academia Extension Lectures.
Smart Classrooms with Smart Boards.
Industry and Excursion Tours.
Induction Programme for Freshers.

Upcoming Events

E-Magazine (Vanijyam/Neurons/Heart Matters/Brain Cells/The Brainular/).
Research for students (Samshodhan).
M.Com.
Write to Right – A Mission towards reading and writing.
Alumni Special Issues for E-Magazine.

Infrastructure

Our college is known for its strong commerce stream.
Commerce Department is situated at basement of our college building.
A separate cabin for head of the department and a common staff room.
Classrooms are specious with ample light and air.
Classrooms are well equipped with smart board and projectors.
Computers and laptops are available for teachers.
A printer is available for department.

Staff
Name Of Faculty Designation Qualification Experience Photo
Dr.Kshitija Gandhi Vice Principal Ph.D , M.Com, M.Phil, MBA NET. 13 years
Dr. Roopa Shah Assistant Professor Ph.D MBA (HR) MA(English) 21 years
Dr. Minal Bhandari Assistant Professor Ph.D , M.Com, M.Phil, GDC&A SET 16 years
Dr. Shruti Ganpule H.O.D. Of Commerce Ph. D,M.Com, NET & SET 13 years
Rasika Patil Assistant Professor M.Phil (Economics), MA (Economics) 9 years
Prerana Dhatrak Assistant Professor MBA(Finance) M.Com NET 7 years
Padmavati Patil Assistant Professor MA (Eco) K – SET B’ED. 7 years
Navya Dandwani Assistant Professor M.Com B’ED. 3 years
Dinesh Lahori Assistant Professor M.Phil, M.com, LLM M.German GDC&A, Ph. D(pursuing) 10 years
Anuradha Ghodke Assistant Professor M.A., M.Phil. (English), M.B.A. (HR), PhD (Pursuing),DEd. 9 years
After Completing Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com) course, students are able :

To acquire the knowledge of different areas of Commerce.
To learn the application of various concepts and techniques used in Commerce.
To develop an attitude for working effectively and efficiently in a business environment.
To start & manage their own venture.
To Develop functional and general management skills.
To update about the recent trends in business, organisations and industries.




Course Outcome
F.Y.BCom
Sr. No Name of the Subject Course Outcome How they are fulfilled
1 Financial Accounting 1)Understanding of Basic Accounting Concepts.
2)Application of these concepts in real business environment
3)Acquiring skills of computerized accounting
4)Finalization of accounts of various establishments
1) Lectures in class room.
2) PPT
2 Marketing and Salesmanship 1) Learners understand the marketing philosophy.
2) Learners study the relevance of marketing in modern world.
3) Learners acquire the knowledge of scope of Marketing.
4) Learners acquaint with the career opportunities in marketing.
1) Arranged State level workshop in 2016-17. B. Organized different competition through Commerce Association such as Trade Fair.
2) PPT
3) You TubeVideo
4) Guest Lecture
5)Organizing events like ‘Trade Fair’
3 Banking and Finance 1) To acquaint the students with the fundamentals of banking.
2) To develop the capability of students for knowing banking concepts and operations.
3)Understanding of basic concepts of bank and banking functions
4)Understanding the procedure of opening and operating of bank accounts
1) Visited different banks.
2)Visit to Bank.
3)Opening of savings account.
4)You Tube Videos.
5)Guest Lectures.
4 Business Economics 1)Getting acquainted with the basic concepts of micro economics.
2)Understanding of application of these concepts in business world.
3)Learning the analysis of data and interpretation of graphs.
1) Lectures in classroom.
2) Discussion
4) PPT



S.Y.BCom
Sr. No Name of the Subject Course Outcome How they are fulfilled
1 Business Communication 1)Developing awareness regarding new trends in Business Communication.
2)Developing business communication skills through the application and exercises.
1) Participation in Kaushliyam Fest
2) By Role play, Skit, Field Visit, Drama, Group Discussion, use of current technology, building & maintaining relationship.
2 Corporate Accounting 1) It gives basic knowledge of corporate accounting to the students.
2) Students learn preparation of balance sheet and profit and loss account of a company as per the provisions of the Companies Act, 2013.
3) Students get practical knowledge about computerized accounting.
4) Students learn theory of accounting standards which necessary for preparation of accounts. It makes them aware about application of accounting principles.
1) Lectures in class room.
2) Lectures in class room and study of annual reports
3) Published by select companies.
4) Demonstration in computer Lab.
5) PPT
3 Elements of Company Law 1) Students acquire the knowledge about Company laws applicable in India.
2) Students study the legal aspects of company transactions & functioning.
3) Students become aware about E-governance & process of company formation & other functioning.
1) Theoretical discussion in lectures.
2) Theoretical discussion in lectures.
3) Lectures, collection of information by students from websites and text book.

4 Business Economics(Macro) 1) Students get familiarized with the basic concepts of Macro Economics and application.
2) The behavior of the economy as a whole and its aggregates are studied deeply by students.
3) Also, the relationship among broad aggregates and its impact on the economy is acquainted by the students.
4) The economic reasoning to problems of the economy is also understood.
5) Students elementary knowledge of the subject is gained.
6) Students get equipped with the analysis of the economic situations and understand their implications.
7) The analysis of the economy enables the students to become better and more aware consumers.
1) Lectures in class room.
2) Economic Surveys for various sector growth rate.
3) PPT is arranged for the clarity of each topic.
4) International Concepts also elaborated for concept related topics.
5 Business Management 1) Learners study the importance of management in every walk of life.
2) Learners acquire the skills of effective management. C. Learners acquire the recent trends in management.
1) Participation in organization of guest lectures of department.
2) Planning to its execution process the students conduct “Vanijyam Fest”, “Trade Fair” which is the platform of using the knowledge of management, its functions & skills.
6 Banking & Finance 1) Students understand at present existing banking system in India.
2) Students learn the difference between Nationalized and Private Banks.
3) Learners Study the functions of Reserve Bank of India.
4) Students learn working of RRBs and NABARD.
1) Lectures in classroom.
2) Visit to the Private and Public Sector Bank to understand the difference.
3) Visiting different official website to analyses working of RRBs, Co-operative Bank, NABARD and RBI.
7 Cost & Works Accounting 1)The students understand the basic concept of cost and need of cost accounting in the industry.
2)The students understand the role of material and labour cost.
3)he students learn to calculate the cost of material & Labour.
4)The students learn the concept of Inventory turnover and Labour turnover and its significance in the cost of product
1)Visit to various industries 2)Model Making and Cost Calculation 3)Poster making and application of Mind Maps



T.Y.BCom
Sr. No Name of the Subject Course Outcome How they are fulfilled
1 Business Regulatory Framework 1)Acquainting students with the basic concepts, terms and provisions of Mercantile and Business Laws.
2)Developing the awareness among the students these laws affecting business, trade and commerce.
1) Participation of students through Case studies.
2) PPT for better clarification in the concepts.
3) Mind Mapping of the concepts.
2 Advanced Accounting 1) Students learn theoretical concepts of accounting standards.
2) Students learn basic concepts of VAT.
3) Students learn basic concepts of banking company accounts.
4) Learners acquire the knowledge of accounting concepts and its relevance.
5) Learners study the Indian Accounting Standards.
1) Lectures and discussion in class room.
2) Guest lecture by C.A. on VAT as well as GST.
3) Visit to a banking company and study of annual reports banking company.
4) Many students work with CA, Financial Firms, and Lawyers to connect their knowledge practically.
3 Cost and Works Accounting II 1) Students understands the concepts principles and application of Overheads.
2) Students studies various methods of costing and their applications.
3) Students learn the concept Activity Based Costing and through this charging of overheads to product.
1) Industrial Visit
2) Lectures in class room
3) PPT
4 Cost and Works Accounting III 1) Students understands the various cost techniques like Marginal , Standard Costing, Uniform Costing and Budgetary Control
2) Students studies the role of Cost techniques in decision making and Planning and controlling of Cost
3) It helps to understand the role of Management Information system in Cost Control and Cost Reduction.
4) Students through this specialization realizes how the Cost Audit is carried and the Control of Government.
1) Industrial Visit
2) Preparation of Personal Budget
3) Interview of Cost Auditor
4) Group Discussion
5) You Tube Videos
6) PPT
7) Quiz
8) Guest Lecture
5 Banking and Finance II 1) Students are well acquainted with Financial Markets and its various segments.
2) Students gain an understanding of the operations and developments in financial markets In India.
3) An insight is gained by the students into the functioning and role of financial institutions in the Indian Economy.
4) Awareness is created about the Banking Sector and Financial Sector.
5) Enables the students to understand the reforms and other developments in the Mutual Funds and its increasing market.
6) The importance of Leasing and Factoring aspects are well elaborated to the students.
7) Provides insight into the function of various Non-Banking Financial Companies and their recent growth
1) Discussion in lectures.
2) Visit to Bank/s for practical hand information
3) Recent pros and cons of each concept.
4) Various websites for quantitative updates.
5) PPT and You Tube Videos.
6 Banking and Finance III 1) Students acquire the knowledge about banking laws applicable in India.
2) Students learn actual banking practices followed by baking sector in India.
3) Students study the legal aspects of banking transactions.
40 Students get practical knowledge about day today banking transactions with respect to negotiable instruments, depositing money and transfer or withdrawal of funds
1) Theoretical discussion in lectures.
2) Visit to a banking company by students.
3) Lectures, collection of information by students from websites and text book.
4) Students make visit to banking company, collect various documents and fill the documents with the help of teacher. Students visit Notary public and conduct interview
7 Auditing and Taxation 1) Students acquire the knowledge about Taxation policies applicable in India.
2) Students study the legal aspects of company auditing.
3) Students become aware about taxation rates & calculations as well as tax planning policies.
1) Theoretical discussion in lectures
2) Lectures, collection of information by students from websites and text book.
3) Visit to Income tax department & collection of forms.
4) Guest Lectures
8 Indian and Global Economic Development. 1) Students are exposed to a new approach to the study of the Indian Economy.
2) Helps the student in analyzing the present phase of the Indian and Global Economy.
3) Enable the students to understand the process of integration of the Indian economy with various economies of the world.
4) Students are very well acquainted with the emerging issues in business at the international level in the light of policies of liberalization and globalization.
5) Students get a holistic view of international economies.
6) The existence of Trade and the growth of the economy is made easy to students
7) The trends and challenges faced by nations in a challenging global environment is made clear in a lucid language.
8) Students also get a clear view of the trends in India’s external sector.
1) Lectures and discussion in class room.
2) Pros and Cons of every reform and policy are elaborated through various websites.
3) Guest Lecture and Workshop is also arranged for clear understanding of concepts.
4) PPT is best arranged for clarity of concepts.

F.Y.BCom

S.Y.BCom

T.Y.BCom

Curricular activity :
Year No. Name of Activity Resource Person
2018-19 1 Career Guidnce Mr. Shiv Sharma, Jetking, Wakad
2 Address to First Year Students Principal Dr. Babasaheb Sangale, Vice Principal Dr. Jayshree Muley, H. O. D. Dr. Kshitija Gandhi
3 Lecture on career opportunities and self employment Dr Anwar Shaikh
4 GST : as a career for self employment C.A. Shivkumar Kalshetty
5 Tax Audit C. A. Tejali Desarda
6 Movie Review Dr. Arvind Bagul
7 Farm Costing Dr. Sharmila Kavediya
8 Banking & Finance Manager, Bank of Baroda
9 Career Opportunities in Banking & Finance Mr. Sudhakar Kulkarni
10 Digital Marketing Era: Challenges & opportunities Mr.Pradeep Laxman Sadarpatil
11 NSE Investor Meet Mr. Parth Shukla
12 Case study techniques Mr. Tithish Patnaik, Miles Foundation
2017-18 1 Accounting Standards C. A. Ankur Shaha
2 GST C.A. Shivkumar Kalshetty
3 Mutual Funds & Market Investments Dr. Virendra Tatake
4 Story Writing 1. Dr. Vinod Gorwadkar
2. Sanjeev Thakar
3. Ayodhya Jadhav
2016-17 1 Certified Professional Accountant Nadaf Mohsin
2 Microsoft Certification Parth Shukla
3 National Stock Exchange Pratush Bhaskar
4 Interview of Cost Accountant Rahul Chincholkar
5 Entrepreneurship Week 1. Mahesh Dharmadhikari
2. Pooja Waychal
3. Ramdas Mane
4. Pournima Agrawal
5. Hrishikesh Mahajan
6. R. Radhakrishnan



Co- Curricular activity :
2016-17 2017-18 2018-19
Business Quiz COM PUZZLE Logo Making Competition
Team Building Gams SWOC ANALYSIS KAUSHALYAM FEST
Corporate Walk
Digital Adds
Rack ur Brain
Trade Fair
Pick & Click( Unorganised Sector)
KAUSHALYAM FEST
Corporate Walk
PPT Presentations
Be a manager
Trade Fair
Mind Ur words
Rack Ur Mind
Team Building Games
Trade Fair
VANIJYAM
Mr.& Miss Vanijyam Inter Collegiate Competition



Entrepreneurship Week :
Date Guest Topic… Organizing Class
22/12/2016 Mahesh Dharmadhikari Marketing Fundas F.Y.B.Com. (A) & (B)
26/12/2016 PoojaWaychal Finance Schemes T.Y.B.Com. (A) & (B)
27/12/2016 Ramdas Mane My Journey… S.Y.BBA, S.Y.BBA (IB)
28/12/2016 Pournima Agrawal Beauty parlor S.Y.B.Com. (A) & (B)
29/12/2016 Hrishikesh Mahajan Packing & Packaging F.Y.BBA & F.Y.BBA (IB)
30/12/2016 R. Radhakrishnan Risks n Rewards T.Y.BBA



Extra-curricular activity :

Sports.
Cultural.




Faculty Awards & Achievements :
Sr. No. Name of the Faculty Year of Award Type of Award Name of the Institution
1. Dr. Kshitija Gandhi 2016 Academic Excellence Brihan Maharshtra College of Commerce and Computer studies
2 Dr. Kshitija Gandhi 2016 Best Teacher Lions International Club, Talegaon
3. Dr. Kshitija Gandhi 2017 Best Teacher Shivsena Group of PCMC
4. Dr. Kshitija Gandhi 2018 Best Teacher Indian Institute of Hotel Management
5. Dr. Kshitija Gandhi 2019 Best Teacher Pratibha College of Commerce & Computer studies
6. Dr. Minal Bhandari 2019 Selection for syllabus Restructuring of 11th & 12th Commerce (OCM) Maharshtra Rajya Pathyapustak Nirmiti V Abhyaskram Mandal(Balbharati)
7. Dr. Minal Bhandari 2019 Appointment as a member of BOS (11th & 12th) commerce, (OCM) Maharshtra Rajya Pathyapustak Nirmiti V Abhyaskram Mandal(Balbharati)
8. Dr. Roopa Shah 2019 Contribution in two text books for F.Y.B.A. & F. Y. B. Com. For Distance Education Bharati Vidyapeeth, Deemed University.
9 Prof. Rasika Patil 2019 Dissertation submitted for M. Phil. Prof. Ramkrishna More College of Arts, Commerce and Science affiliated to SPPU.
10 Pro. Revati Kulkarni 2018 Published book (Elements of Company Law) Self Study Publication




Social concern :
Students Development Cell National Service Scheme Bahishal /BEMS (Board of Extra Mural Studies)
Earn and Learn Road Safety Yashwantrao Chavan 3 Days Lecture Series
Photography Workshop Best Teacher Lions International Club, Talegaon
Disaster Management Workshop Blood Donation
Cake Making Workshop NSS Special Camp
Chocolate Making Workshop Kerala flood Relief goods collection by NSS volunteers Dnyan Vidnyan Vachan Chalwal 3 Days Lecture Series
Special Guidance Scheme Volunteers participation in NRD/SRD Selection camp One Day Workshop on ‘Economic Reforms after 1991’
Vyaktimatva Vikas Shibir Experiments on Superstitious activities Vivahpurv ani Vivahottar Samupadeshan,’ Ek divaseeya Bahishal Shibeer
Nirbhaya Kanya Abhiyan Selection of volunteer for National Level Camp
Marathi Bhasha Gaurav Din and Yuva Din
Workshop on Cinematography




Awards, Medals and Recognition earned by Students
Sr. No. Year Name of the Student Class Name of the Competition Organised by Prize won
1. 2018-19 Himanshu Punamiya & Aditya Joshi TYBCOM Mock Stock JSPM College 1st Rank
2. 2018-19 Shweta & Group SYBCOM Market ur Product MUCC College 3rd Rank
3. 2018-19 Omkar & group FYBCOM Pathanatya Samarasata Sahitya Parishad 2nd Rank
4. 2018-19 Tarnnum TYBCOM Quiz Competition NSC 1St Rank
5. 2018-19 Bhavesh Rathode TYBCOM Essay Competition in Investment Fair NSC 1St Rank
6. 2017-18 Shreya Lasariya & Group TYBCOM Market ur Product MUCC Colllege 3rd Rank

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