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PRATIBHA COLLEGE OF
COMMERCE & COMPUTER STUDIES
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PRATIBHA COLLEGE OF COMMERCE & COMPUTER STUDIES

Public Committee's

Assistant Members

  • Dr. Roopa Shah
  • Asst. Prof. Rasika Patil
  • Asst. Prof. Kanan Padte
  • Asst. Prof. Shivaji Rajmane
  • Asst. Prof. Suklal Kumbhar
  • Asst. Prof. Prakash Nachnani
  • Asst. Prof. Snehal Mohite
  • Asst. Prof. Jayashree Kamble
  • Dr. Anuradha Ghodke
  • Asst. Prof. Supriya Gaikwad

College admissions is all about finding a knowledge depository that fits you. As an applicant, you are looking for an environment where you can thrive academically and personally, and it is the job of an admission in charge to identify students who will make great additions to a unique campus community.Grades and test scores are important factors in college admission, but admission leaders are also looking for curious and engaged candidates who will round out a diverse first-year class.The extracurricular activities and the Commitment to a sport, hobby, religious organization, or job over three years of high school is key. Colleges would much rather see you excited about a few worthwhile endeavors than marginally involved with a fruitful club.Conversations with your college counselor about what’s important to you in terms of academics, campus culture, and financial aid will help guide your overall college search.The key components of the college application are your transcript, score reports, letters of recommendation, and application essay. Colleges will also ask you to list your extracurricular activities

  • To disseminate clearly the admission procedure

  • To provide guidance and familiarize prospective students with the University.

  • To create a brand value with awareness of the institute.

  • To provide the best counselling to students and parents in admissions.

  • To guide the students and parents in making effective decisions.

  • To enhance the procedure with right technology of people and place.

  • New Objetive
  • Discussion of online admissions and offline.
  • Block G2 and G8 – Admission Duties
  • Tally the online and offline admissions.
  • Telegram channel updates to students and teachers

Chairman

  • Dr. Anamika Ghosh

Committee Members

  • Asst. Prof. Poonam Kankariya
  • Asst. Prof. Snehal Varhadi
  • Asst. Prof. Amola Jeure
  • Asst. Prof. Snehal Mohite Jeure
  • Asst. Prof. Snehal Mohite

Academic calendar is planned as per the SPPU schedule which includes exam schedules, schedules of all the co and extracurricular activities

To prepare Academic Calendar for Next Year

  • Preparation of the academic calendar for the next academic year begins in April & finalized it first week of May.
  • A comprehensive academic calendar is prepared by Principal, Vice-Principal, Heads of various departments and Chairman of various committees.
  • A comprehensive academic calendar is prepared by Principal, Vice-Principal, Heads of various departments and Chairman of various committees.
  • Every month of last week we will send mail to committee for the next activity as per academic calendar and also take follow-up.

An alumni committee is an association of graduates or, more broadly, of former students (alumni).
The alumni committee creates and keeps alumni interest in their Education guild and develops interest to contribute to their Alma matter. Alumni Meeting, a networking event conceived to exchange experiences and to share ideas with current students, faculties and staff.
This committee provides a variety of benefits and services that help alumni maintain connections to their educational institution and fellow graduates.
Alumni meet is an event celebrated in every institute to give your alumni an opportunity to renew bonds with past classmates and cherish their relationship with faculties and staff members.

 To encourage the Alumni to take an active and abiding interest in the work and progress of the Institute so as to contribute towards enhancement of the social utility of their Alma Mater.
 To construct an Alumni house to provide a common place for meetings of the members of the committee.
 To promote family relations among all members of the committee and the College staff both existing & Retired.
 To promote and encourage the members to take active interest in the objectives and progress of the Alumni.
 To generate a Brain Bank of the professionals from amongst its members and provide services for the benefit of the Alumni and the society in general.
 Any other objectives in the interest of society as decided from time to time by the Executive Committee and General Body.
 To provide financial assistance and scholarships to the needy and the deserving students.
 To extend the help to the students of College for placement and industrial training.
 To act as a bridge between college and the industries for interaction on new developments in different disciplines of engineering.
 To organize programs on personality development, interview technique and leadership development, education in health science, yoga, literature, sports etc.

Committee Chairman :

  • Asst. Prof. Charushila Patil

Committee Member :

  • Asst. Prof. Rupali Mote

  • Asst. Prof. Nikita Bhamare

  • Asst. Prof.Jyoti Pandhare

  • Asst. Prof. Ankitha Pai

  • Asst. Prof. Shagunthala Devi

  • Asst. Prof. Anita Vishwakarma

  • Asst. Prof. Prajakta Yeole

  • Asst. Prof. Amola Jeure

  • Alumni Meet : Arrange the Alumni meet every year in the month of December or January.
  • Knowledge Bank : To provide a platform for meeting and exchange of ideas among the alumni, present student, faculty members and other members of the college(Knowledge Impart Program)
  • Workshop :To arrange workshop based on current needs(based on any current technology) of the company with the help of alumni students. Send Invitations of National and State level conferences, seminars.
  • Alumni Induction Day: Inducting Final year students as Alumnus every year.
  • Updating the database: A letter and a form should be mailed (or a message sent) to all alumni, introducing them to the leader, requesting them to update their contact information, and inquiring if there are any interested volunteers for the committee.
Asst. Prof. Shivaji Rajmane
Asst. Prof. Dinesh Sonawane
Asst. Prof. Rajni Kumar
Asst. Prof. Sonam Gawande

 These regulations shall be called the “UGC Regulations on Curbing the Menace of Ragging in Higher Educational Institutions, 2009”.
 They shall come into force from the date of their publication in the Official Gazette.
 They shall apply to all the institutions coming within the definition of an University under sub-section (f) of section (2) of the University Grants Commission Act, 1956, and to all institutions deemed to be a university under Section 3 of the University Grants Commission Act, 1956, to all other higher educational institutions, or elements of such universities or institutions, including its departments, constituent units and all the premises, whether being academic, residential, playgrounds, canteen, or other such premises of such universities, deemed universities and higher educational institutions, whether located within the campus or outside, and to all means of transportation of students, whether public or private, accessed by students for the pursuit of studies in such universities, deemed universities and higher educational institutions.
 Anti-Ragging Committee deals with issues relating to Ragging Cases.
 The committee is formed to prevent Ragging and other related problems of students.
 PCCCS has a zero-tolerance policy towards Ragging issues and is proactively committed to providing a safe conducive work and academic environment to students & employees
 We at PCCCS are extremely alert to matters pertaining to any kind of harassment & gender sensitivity.
 Any student or staff aggrieved in this matter may fearlessly approach the ICC against sexual harassment.

To prohibit any conduct by any student or students whether by words spoken or written or by an act which has the effect of teasing, treating or handling with rudeness a fresher or any other student, or indulging in rowdy or indisciplined activities by any student or students which causes or is likely to cause annoyance, hardship or psychological harm or to raise fear or apprehension thereof in any fresher or any other student or asking any student to do any act which such student will not in the ordinary course do and which has the effect of causing or generating a sense of shame, or torment or embarrassment so as to adversely affect the physique or psyche of such fresher or any other student, with or without an intent to derive a sadistic pleasure or showing off power, authority or superiority by a student over any fresher or any other student; and thereby, to eliminate ragging in all its forms from universities, deemed universities and other higher educational institutions in the country by prohibiting it under these Regulations, preventing its occurrence and punishing those who indulge in ragging as provided for in these Regulations and the appropriate law in force.

Any Aggrieved student can file the Complaint to the Anti-Ragging committee.
 Any aggrieved student can file complaint in writing to the Principal or online form displayed on the college website, also to the Anti-Ragging Committee, within a period 3 months from the date of incident.
 If the victim is unable to lodge a complaint in writing, the Anti-Ragging Committee will provide all possible assistance to the victim for lodging the complaint in writing.

UGC REGULATION ON CURBING THE MENACE OF RAGGING IN HIGHER EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS, 2009

UGC Regulation

DECLARATION BY STUDENTS

I have acquainted myself with the content of this application form and fully agree with the rules and regulations as given on the college website or in the prospectus of this college, University and Board. The information furnished in this form is true and correct to the best of my knowledge and I will be held responsible for false information if any.




Date: __________

Place: __________

DECLARATION BY PARENT / GUARDIAN

Respected Sir / Madam,
I, the undersigned Mr./Mrs./Miss _____________________ relation __________ of ward would like to submit this application form to seek admission to my child / student in your institution. I take total responsibility of my child / student for his/her conduct and behavior in the college. the information furnished in the form is true and correct to my knowledge and will be held responsible for false information if any.

Date: __________

Place: __________

DECLARATION BY STUDENTS


  • I am aware of the UGC Regulations on Curbing the Menace of Ragging in Higher Educational Institutions, 2009, called the Regulations) carefully read and fully understood the provisions contained in the said Regulations.

  • I have, in particular, perused clause 3 of the Regulations and am aware as to what constitutes ragging.

  • I have also, in particular, perused clause 7 and clause 9.1 of the Regulations and am fully aware of thepenal and administrative action that is liable to be taken against my ward in case he/she is found guilty of orabetting ragging, actively or passively, or being part of a conspiracy to promote ragging.

BY THE STUDENT

I hereby solemnly aware and undertake that I will not indulge in any behavior or act that may be constituted as ragging under clause 3 of the Regulations. I will not participate in or abet or propagate through any act of commission or omissi clause 3 of the Regulations.

I hereby affirm that, if found guilty of ragging punishment according to clause 9.1 of the Regulations, without prejudice to any other criminalaction that may be taken against me under any penallaw or any law for the time being in force. I hereby declare that I have not been expelled or debarred from admission in any institution in the country on account of being found guilty of, abetting or being part of a conspiracy to promote, ragging; and further affirm that, in case the declaration is found to be untrue, I am aware that my admission is liable to be cancelled.



Date: __________

Place: __________

BY PARENT/GUARDIAN

I hereby solemnly aware and undertake that My ward will not indulge in any behavior or act that may be constituted as ragging under clause 3 of the Regulations. My ward will not participate in or abet or propagate through any act of commission or omission that may be constituted as ragging under clause 3 of the Regulations.

I hereby affirm that, if found guilty of ragging, my ward is liable for punishment according to clause 9.1 of the Regulations, without prejudice to any other criminal action that may be taken against my ward under any penal law or any law for the time being in force

I hereby declare that my ward has not been expelled or debarred from admission in any institution country on account of being found guilty of, abetting or being part of a conspiracy to promote, ragging; and further affirm that, in case the declaration is found to be untrue, the admission of my ward is liable to be cancelled.

Date: __________

Place: __________

FOR ADMISSION FORM CHECKING COMMITTEE


NAME OF COURSE :______________________ FEESFOR THE YEAR Rs:_______________________

ACCEPT Rs. : ____________________________ BALANCE AMOUNT:Rs______________________

Name of STAFF _____________________________ SIGNATURE ___________________________

CoordinatorDr. Anuradha Ghodke
 
Dr. Seema Patil
Dr. Aparna Joshi
Asst. Prof. Ujwala Falak
Asst. Prof. Nilambari Kale
Dr. Preeti Kolhe
Asst. Prof. Komal Bhaware
Asst. Prof. Swapnal Nagwade
Asst. Prof. Prakash Nachnani

Anti-Sexual Harassment Committee deals with issues relating to sexual harassment. The committee is formed to prevent sexual assault and other related problems of students. PCCCS has a zero-tolerance policy towards sexual harassment and is proactively committed to providing a safe conducive work and academic environment to students & employees. We at PCCCS are extremely alert to matters pertaining to any kind of harassment & gender sensitivity. Any student or staff aggrieved in this matter may fearlessly approach the ICC against sexual harassment.

What is Sexual Harassment?
          An act of sexual harassment includes any one or more of the unwelcome acts or behaviour,
          whether directly or by implication:
             i. Physical contact and advances; or
             ii. A demand or request for sexual favours; or
             iii. Making sexual colored remarks; or
             iv. Showing pornography; or
             v. Any unwelcome physical, verbal or non-verbal conduct of sexual nature.
 The following circumstances, among other circumstances, if it occur or are present in relation to or connected with any act or behavior of sexual harassment, May also amount to sexual harassment;
             i. Implied or explicit promise of preferential treatment in her employment; or
             ii. Implied or explicit threat of detrimental treatment in her employment; or
             iii. Implied or explicit threat about her present or future employment status; or
            iv. Interference with her work or creating and intimidating or offensive or hostile
              work environment for her; or
             v. Humiliating treatment likely to affect her health or safety.

 To provide a neutral, confidential and supportive environment for members of the campus community who may have been sexually harassed.
 To advise complaints of means of resolution as specified by the legislation.
 To ensure fair and timely resolution of sexual harassment complaints.
 To provide counseling and support services on campus.
 To ensure that students, faculty and staff are provided with current and comprehensive materials on sexual harassment.
 To promote awareness about sexual harassment through educational initiatives that encourages and fosters a respectful and safe campus environment.

Arranging Awareness Workshops and Guest Lectures:
For faculty members, non-teaching staff, and students with an aim to develop a non-threatening and non-intimidating atmosphere of mutual learning.
 Counselling
Confidential counseling service is an important service as sexual harassment cases are rarely reported and are a sensitive issue. Counselling provides a safe space to speak about the incident and how it has affected the aggrieved woman.

  • Kindly look at the Act 2013 section 16 and 17 regarding the information about complaints
ICC Composition

Chairperson:-
              Principal. Dr. Babasaheb Sangale

 Presiding Officer:-
              Vice Principal Dr. Kshitija Gandhi

 Committee Member:-
              Mrs. Divya Nair (Advocate)

 Coordinator:-
              Mrs.Padmavati Patil

 External Member:-
              Adv. Preeti Sathe

 Administrative Staff:-
              Mrs. Gouri Zalkikar

 Student Member:-
              Ms. Ridhi Patel

Policy and Procedure for Prevention of Sexual Harassment

The Internal Complaint Committee (ICC) of Pratibha College of Commerce and Computer Studies was constituted. According to ‘The Sexual Harassment at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal) Act, 2013’ the sensitive issues of sexual harassment are thoroughly scrutinized. Along with this Act, the ICC seeks to adhere to the spirit of Vishakha guidelines in order to address the issue of sexual harassment at the workplace for ensuring gender equality. The ICC aims to look into the complaints of sexual harassment in the establishment and also to create awareness about the issue. The Act has outlined the constitution of the ICC for looking into the complaints and forming an inquiry team to handle the same in a time-bound manner.

ICC works as a complaint redressal mechanism for the staff and students. Its mandates are:

 To provide a neutral, confidential and supportive environment for members of the college campus who may have been sexually harassed.

 To advise complaints of means of resolution as specified by the legislation.

 To ensure fair and timely resolution of sexual harassment complaints.

 To provide counselling and support services on campus.

 Warning
 Written apology
 Bond of good behavior
 Adverse remarks in the confidential report
 Debarring
Who can file the Complaint to the Internal Complaint Committee?
 Any student, service provider, teaching, non-teaching staff may lodge a complaint against a student, service provider, teaching, non-teaching staff.
 Any aggrieved woman can file complaint in writing to the Principal or online form for Student/online form for Staff displayed on the college website, also to the ICC, within a period 3 months from the date of incident (sexual harassment at work place).
 If the victim is unable to lodge a complaint in writing, the ICC will provide all possible assistance to the victim for lodging the complaint in writing.
 For any Complaints, Queries & Assistance Contact
Asst.Prof. Padmavati Patil
ICC Coordinator Commerce Department Staff Room, Contact No- 9482175734
As per the act ‘The Sexual Harassment at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal) Act, 2013’, appropriate action will be taken once the complaint is filed.
 The college has given complete freedom to the students, teaching, and non-teaching to approach the committee
 Once complaint is received, the meeting of ICC is called to discuss the matter.
 Notice is sent to the respondent.
 The opportunity is given to the respondent to express his side
 The ICC takes a decision & considers both sides and passes the resolution.
 Complaint to be discussed and resolved within a period of three months.
 The same matter is to be documented.
As per the act ‘The Sexual Harassment at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal) Act, 2013’, appropriate action will be taken once the complaint is filed.
 The college has given complete freedom to the students, teaching, and non-teaching to approach the committee
 Once complaint is received, the meeting of ICC is called to discuss the matter.
 Notice is sent to the respondent.
 The opportunity is given to the respondent to express his side
 The ICC takes a decision & considers both sides and passes the resolution.
 Complaint to be discussed and resolved within a period of three months.
 The same matter is to be documented.
ChairmanAsst. Prof. Shraddha Bhilare
 
Asst. Prof. Amola Jeure
Asst. Prof. Gouri Kadadi
Asst. Prof. Priya Murhe
Asst. Prof. Aparajita Kadvekar
Asst. Prof. Gurunath Sarabadagi
Asst. Prof. Varsha Bhosale

In this committee we take attendance of each class of each stream for every month.So record of attendance of students is maintained. For every month consolidated attendance is prepared for college and forwarded to Principal Sir. Students having less presenty called by class teacher also same thing is co-ordinated with their parents.

 To get actual attendance of students.
 To increase attendance of students.

  • Consolidated attendance of students is prepared for Open day and provided to course co-ordinator.

 Committee Chairman :-
             Dr. Babasaheb Sangale

 Committee Coordinator :-
             Asst. Prof. Charushila Patil

 Committee Members :-
             Asst. Prof. Dipali Mahajan
             Mrs. Rupali Deshpande
             Miss. Shital Nagmule
             Dr. Aishwarya Maharshee
             Mrs. Pournima Ajagekar

The University had established the Board of Extra- Mural Studies in the year 1949 for adult education, extension, enlightenment through reaching to outreach people.The purpose of the Board of Extra-Mural Studies is to bring the University to the people by using the facilities and resources of the University for the Education of the adult population and the youth for their economic, social and cultural development. From the beginning BEMS organizes the Lecture Series for People, Extension Education,Need Based Programmes, Summer Schools, Empowerment of Women, and other courses for adult learners through its selected centers. It endeavors to do this in consultation with the appropriate departments, agencies, academic faculties and private educational institutions, public library etc. BEMS aims to encourage, assist and co-ordinate the efforts of the academic departments, colleges, private educational institutes in all forms of university extension.

 

In Our college as per the guidelines of BEMS department of university, all lecture series, workshops ,need based programs has organized to make students aware about the various life skills, social values apart from their academic curriculum.

 The primary objective of the committee is to interact with the students regarding various social values in addition to curriculum. On this context our BEMS organizes educational programmes such as Dr. Babasaheb Jayakar lecture series, Yashawantrao Chavan lecture series, Sant Gadage Baba Jeshtha Nagarik lecture series, Jeshtha Nagarik Sheeebir, Bahishal Shibeer, need based programs, seminars, symposiums, workshops, essay writing competitions for non-teaching staff, essay writing competitions for senior citizens, general public as well as for students as per the guidelines of Savitribai Phule Pune University,Pune

  •  The activities of BEMS department are organized according to the guidelines of BEMS, SPPU.Meeting for the guidelines is undertaken by BEMS, SPPU in the month of August/ Sept of every academic year.
     Under BEMS, college can organize Lecture Series, Workshops, Need Based Programmes, Seminars as follows:

    1. Babasaheb Jaykar Lecture Series

    2. Yashawantrao Chavan Lecture Series

    3. Sant Gadage Baba Jeshtha Nagarik Lecture Series

    4. Need Based Programme

    5. DnyanVidyanVachanChalwal Lecture Series

    6. One Day Workshop

    The above lecture series are organized in the months of Nov, Dec, Jan and Feb of every academic year as per the instructions of BEMS (Bahishal)Department, SPPU and our College authorities.The activities are funded by SPPU after submission of financial records of activities.

 

CoordinatorAsst. Prof. Rupali Kothawade
 
Asst. Prof. Jyoti Ingle
Asst. Prof. Nilambari Kale
Asst. Prof. Charushila Patil
Asst. Prof. Rupali Mote
All staff

Computer Science Association (CSA) is a student club initiated by Computer Science department of Pratibha College of Commerce & Computer Studies. Our motto “LEARN BEYOND ACADEMICS” is driving students to actively participate and learn new things, to build self-confidence. We conduct events that help students to learn critical, analytical thinking and new technologies.

 To provide a platform to show case their competence by knowledge sharing and innovative thinking.
 To organize numerous events to inculcate teamwork and technical ability, analytical and critical thinking in students to be equipped for the future.
 To facilitate students’ contented environment to build professional, leadership and moral obligation for the society.

2019-20
20th August 2019QR Code15
4th September 2019BOOK REVIEW CONTEST50
6th February 2020Slide-O-Geeks22
6th February 2020Bing O Logo69
6th February 2020C-Zombie44
7th February 2020Wasted Potential12
7th February 2020Data Geeks12
7th February 2020Touch of Ink30
8th February 2021Bells Lab22
8th February 2021Bells Lab15
8th February 2021Tik Tok12
8th February 2021Wasted Potential16
8th February 2021Brainic Blossoms22
16th October 2020Drawing Competition200
29th October 2020BEST OUT OF WEST200
23rd December 2020C-Zombies48
23rd December 2020Touch of Ink25
23rd December 2020Data Geeks21
24th December 2020Slide-O-Geeks56
24th December 2020Wasted Potential45
8th Jan 2021MX TakaTak51
9th Jan 2021Brainic Blossom21
9th Jan 2021Wasted Potential16
23rd December 20201Touch of Ink46
23rd December 2021Slide-O-Geeks18
24th December 2021Data Geeks26
24th December 2021C-Zombies41
24th December 2021Wasted Potential2
20th and 21st December2022"Tech-Intellects 2021-22"475
10th February 2022Book Review Contest25
26th April 2022Mr. & Ms. CS 2021-2230
26th April 2022LAN Games of BGMI40
27th April 2022Bell Lab32
27th April 2022Brainic Blossoms14
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CharimanAsst.Prof.Prakash Nachnani
 
Dr. Minal Bhandari
Asst. Prof. Navya Dandwani
All Commerce staff
 

Commerce Association provides a platform for the students to exhibit their talents invarious commerce-oriented events and will also help them to enhance their analytical and decision-making skills. The events which we offer will extend a platform to grasp teamwork, critical thinking, and creative learning and to build self-confidence.

 To imbibe practical exposure to the Theoretical aspect of the Course Curriculum.
 To bring connectivity between Academia and Practical learning with a focus on overall personality development of the students through the execution of number competitions.
 To revitalize the students by incorporating fun activities and inculcate management skills.

2019-20
20th August 2019QR Code15
4th September 2019BOOK REVIEW CONTEST50
6th February 2020Slide-O-Geeks22
6th February 2020Bing O Logo69
6th February 2020C-Zombie44
7th February 2020Wasted Potential12
7th February 2020Data Geeks12
7th February 2020Touch of Ink30
8th February 2021Bells Lab22
8th February 2021Bells Lab15
8th February 2021Tik Tok12
8th February 2021Wasted Potential16
8th February 2021Brainic Blossoms22
16th October 2020Drawing Competition200
29th October 2020BEST OUT OF WEST200
23rd December 2020C-Zombies48
23rd December 2020Touch of Ink25
23rd December 2020Data Geeks21
24th December 2020Slide-O-Geeks56
24th December 2020Wasted Potential45
8th Jan 2021MX TakaTak51
9th Jan 2021Brainic Blossom21
9th Jan 2021Wasted Potential16
23rd December 20201Touch of Ink46
23rd December 2021Slide-O-Geeks18
24th December 2021Data Geeks26
24th December 2021C-Zombies41
24th December 2021Wasted Potential2
20th and 21st December2022"Tech-Intellects 2021-22"475
10th February 2022Book Review Contest25
26th April 2022Mr. & Ms. CS 2021-2230
26th April 2022LAN Games of BGMI40
27th April 2022Bell Lab32
27th April 2022Brainic Blossoms14
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ChairmanAsst. Prof. Rohit Akolkar
 Asst. Prof. Ankitha Pai
 Asst. Prof.Navya Dandwani
 Asst. Prof. Suklal Kumbhar
 Asst.Prof.Prakash Nachnani
 Asst. Prof. Dinesh Sonawane
 Asst. Prof. Machindra Kirtane
 Dr. Ravindra Pabshetwar
 Asst. Prof. Amol Shinde
 Asst. Prof. Snehal Varhadi
 Asst. Prof. Poonam Karale
 Asst. Prof. Supriya Gaikwad

Cultural Committee of Pratibha College of commerce and Computer studies is one of the crucial committees responsible for the jazz factor during the students’ college life. We are a bunch of motivated individuals who believe that a college should have its equal share of fun & frolic along with the studies. Cultural Committee is an attempt to capture the vibrant persona of the students by offering them a platform to showcase their inner musicians, dancers, actors, painters, writers, photographers and dreamers. The aim of the committee is to promote oneness by conducting these events in the heart of which are social gatherings, fun activities and lots and lots of celebrations. The planning, direction, coordination and logistical requirements for all these events is taken care of by the members of Cultural Committee,

  • The main objective of the Cultural Committee is to bring out the various talents of the students.

  • To provide a platform for budding artists and musicians.

  • To inculcate team spirit and to account for overall personality development of students.

  • To give all students the opportunity to be involved in culturally enriching activities.

  • To give those students with special talents a chance to extend themselves and to grow in their area of expertise.

  • To expand our student’s appreciation of cultural activities.

 

 Motivation to students:

 

  • Cultural Committee Of Pratibha College Of Commerce and Computer Studies, motivates students by giving full support (financially and academically) for participation in inter-state or national event.

  • Students are encouraged to participate in the activities by providing the necessary instrument and other props.

  • The cultural committee organizes various activities like debate competition, elocution competition , rangoli competition etc.
ChairmanAsst. Prof. Chandrakant Sonawane
 Asst. Prof. Amita Deshpande
 Asst. Prof. Madhura Wagh
 Dr. Dinesh Lahori
 Dr. Anuradha Ghodke
 Asst. Prof. Swapnal Nagwade
 Asst. Prof. Amol Shinde
 Asst. Prof. Prajakta Yeole
 Dr. Ravindra Pabshetwar
 Asst. Prof. Kirti Bora

Deep Pratibha, a College Magazine, reflects the activities of our college organized throughout the year. It is a perfect medium for our students and faculty members to express their opinions, portray their writing skills (creative writing) humour, poems and articles in our magazine. It is a platform to motivate and encourage students and our renowned faculty members for their active participation in Workshops, Conferences, Seminars and Orientation programme, Research Competition (Avishkar), Inter-Collegiate competitions and so on.

  •  To enhance the creativity of our students through writing skills.
     To be precise on the rules and regulations of SPPU.
     To inculcate student’s perspective and aspirations.
     To provide an ambience that makes our students ethically strong and professionally competent and, thereby, contributing to a healthy and prosperous society.

  • The basic activity of the committee goes with the scrutiny of all the Articles. Also, the activity organized is in the form of Essay writing test, Sketches, Know Your Economy Test. There are also some interesting features and tests to be organized in the following academic year.
Deep Pratibha

 Committee Chairman:-
             Dr. Manvi Singh

 Committee Member:-
             Dr.Priti Kolhe (Coordinator),
             Dr. Minal Bhandari (Member),
             Mrs. Navya Dandwani (Member),
             Dr. Nisha Choudhary (Member),
             Mrs. Komal Bhaware (Member),
             Mrs. Sonam Gawande (Member),
             Mr. Tulshiram Kambale (Member).

The purpose of the Committee is: “To protect the natural and physical environment and aware the students about the sustainable and balanced environmental approaches in order to secure future generations of the college campus”.

  •  The committee aims to work in collaboration with other institutions working towards environmental awareness programs and conduct symposia and workshops to keep students updated with new researches and approaches towards keeping our environment in good health.
     To conduct more specific long visits to outstation for experience based environmental projects giving tremendous and lasting effect on students.
     Motivate students to imbibe habits and life style for minimum waste generation, source separation of waste and disposing the waste to the nearest storage point.
     Reducing in-door pollution of the campus by planting best indoor plants, at least 5plants/per student to compensate the concentration of indoor pollutants as well as of carbon-dioxide.
     To conduct guest lectures on advanced environmental sustainable topics improving student’s knowledge and to increase inter departmental collaboration from different college.

“No –Vehicle Day” celebration on 12th January 2019, a step towards spreading awareness for the current environmental issues.
 Extension Activity “Cleanliness & Pollution Awareness Campaign with Gurukul: Balashram)” on 23rd October 2018.
 A guest lecture was organized on 18th August, 2018 on the topic “Current Environmental Issues and Its Sustainable Approaches” and the lecture delivered by Prof. Amir Mulla, Department of Environmental Sciences, Fergusson College, Pune.
 An Industrial Visit to Amul Factory and ICAR-Onion and Garlic Research Institute, located at Rajgurunagar on 3rd February 2018.
 A guest lecture was organized on 3rd October, 2017 on the topic “Potential of fungi in Environmental Security” and the lecture delivered by Dr. Rohit Sharma, Scientist, NFCCI,Pashan, Pune.
 A Tree- Plantation programme was organized by Environmental Awareness Committee on 9th August, 2017.
 Pollution Awareness and Road Safety Campaign was organized on 23rd August 2017 on various PCMC squares. It was a non-violent activity.

Committee Chairman :-
             Dr. A.K.Walunj
 Committee Coordinator :-
             Asst. Prof. Madhuri Gandhi
 Committee Members :-
             Asst. Prof. Prajakta Yeole

  • The MINORITY AND CAST CATEGORY WELFARE COMMITTEE
    constituted in college to promote the special interest of minority and reserved
    category students.
  • Under this committee we provide guidance in getting the benefit of
    scholarships and also provide special inputs in areas where the students
    experience difficulties.
  • This committee is formed to educate and empower the students to make use
    of the facilities of Central and State Government schemes.

Aim and Objectives:

  • To guide in getting the benefit of Scholarships for all minority and backward class students.
  • To spread awareness of different schemes, policies and acts of government and Non-government organization for all Minority and backward class students by conducting various programs.
  • To spread the good thoughts and social message from different activities.
  • To implement, monitor and evaluate continuously the reservation policy of Central and State government and ensuring their effective implementation in the college.

The activities of MINORITY AND CAST CATEGORY WELFARE COMMITTEE are organized according to the guidelines of SPPU. Arranging Guest Lectures to inform different government and non-
government scholarship schemes to student.
Following Activities are taken till date:
1. Guest Lecture
Minority and Caste Category Welfare Committee has organized Online Guest Lecture on “Scholarship Schemes” on 2nd November 2023. Government and non-government scholarship schemes has been informed. In this session Mrs.Bhavana Gotmate focused on scholarships for SC/ST category and open category also. She has also explained whole document procedure.

Chief Examination OfficerAsst. Prof. Hanumanta Koli
 
Dr. Harshita Vachhani
Asst. Prof. Hemalata Chavan
Asst. Prof. Suvarna Gogate
Dr. Jayashree Muley
Asst. Prof. Dipali Mahajan
Dr. Kshitija Gandhi
Dr. Shruti Ganpule
Dr. Anamika Ghosh
Dr. Roopa Shah
Dr. Rajeshree Nanaware

Main duty of examination committee is to conduct internal and university examination of all classes.

  •  To ensure appropriate organization of various internal and university examinations.

  • Allotment of Exam Duties.

  • To conduct Central Assessment Program (C.A.P.) for first year of all U.G. courses.

  • To arrange Convocation Program for Graduation degree.

  • Conducting periodic examination related meetings.

Convocation Program:
Date: 2nd Feb 2019, 2:30 P.M.
Guest of Honor: Adv.S.K.Jain ShikshanPrasarakMandal,Pune

Inauguration
Chairman:
Asst. Prof. Tripti Mahabare
 
Members:
Asst. Prof. Shagunthala Devi
Asst. Prof. Jyoti Pandhare
Asst. Prof. Jayashree Kamble
Dr. Seema Patil
Asst. Prof. Dinesh Lahori
Asst. Prof. Kirti Bora
Asst. Prof. Prajakta Yeole
 
 

Introduction
The feedback committee is constituted for conduction and evaluation of feedback from students, parents, alumni, employee and other stakeholders. Online feedback system is implemented for feedback collection. The committee will conduct feedback twice in every year. First feedback should be conducted and analyzed after 4th week from the commencement of the semester. The second feedback of the semester will be conducted at the end of the semester.

Committee Objectives

  • To provide platform to students, parents, alumni, employees and stakeholders for comment on teaching, learning quality and other factors as part of review processes.
  • To assess the success of course, support services, academics and co-curricular activities.
  • To take the feedback from all stakeholders including students, parents, alumni, employee on all aspects.

Activites of the Committee & Courses
Collection of feedback from –

  • Feedback from these stakeholders are collected on course, support-services, infrastructure, teaching and learning process, co-curricular and extra-curricular activities etc.
  • Analysis of feedback forms.
  • Communication regarding analysis to the concerned stakeholders / authorities for necessary action.

HR Feedback

HR Feedback

ChairmanAsst. Prof. Roopali Mote
 Asst. Prof. Rasika Patil
 Asst. Prof. Rutuja Chavan
 Asst. Prof. Punam Kankariya
 Asst. Prof. Shahin Bhaldar
 Asst. Prof. Kirti Bora
 Asst. Prof. Vishakha Kshirsagar
 Asst. Prof. Aparajita Kadvekar

Introduction
Main aim of ‘Health Committee’ is towork for the physical & mental development of our college students. Health checkup of every first year students is main functionof committee. This is compulsory activity assigned by Savitribai Phule Pune University to all affiliated colleges. Through this activity unrecognized disease/s were detected at the time of the check-up and the basic treatment can be prescribed to student. If necessary students are advised to visit some experts for their illnesses detected at the time of health checkup. udents of the SPPU & its affiliated colleges.

Committee Objectives To recognize disease/s which students are not aware of. To help students to get treatment from university appointed doctors

2020-21

  • Campus Sanitization and Faculty Covid Test

2019-20

  • Compulsory health checkup of all first year students.
  • Second round of health checkup for absent student.
  • Health awareness pamphlet distribution to parents in association with parent teacher association committee.

2018-19

  • Compulsory health checkup of all first year students.
  • Second round of health checkup for absent student.

2017-18

  • Compulsory health checkup of all first year students.
  • Second round of health checkup for absent student.

2016-17

  • Compulsory health checkup of all first year students.
  • Second round of health checkup for absent student.
  • Hemoglobin Checkup of all first year girl student.
  • Blood Group checkup of first year students.
ChairmanAsst. Prof. Neeta Gatkal
 
Dr. Dinesh Lahori
Asst. Prof. Shraddha Bhilare
Asst. Prof. Ujwala Falak
Asst. Prof. Madhuri Gandhi
Asst. Prof. Paridhi Jalan
Asst. Prof. Sujata Patil
Asst. Prof. Poonam Karale
 
  • To imbibe practical exposure to the Theoretical aspect of the Course Curriculum.
  • To bring connectivity between Academia and Corporate through the channel of Industrial Visit, thus to facilitate the journey from College to Corporate.
  • To revitalize the students by incorporating fun activities through the means of Excursions and outings.

Activites of the Committee & Courses

  • In due respect to the University curriculum, Industrial visits to different manufacturing companies are scheduled and executed.
  • At times, efforts are invested to harness the practical fruits of Local MIDC Industries and Banks for Commerce and Management students.
  • Efforts are also made to visit the Local Government bodies likes University departments, District Statistics office, Government Centre of Honey Bee and Research.
  • Finally, as the fun part of the curriculum – Excursions are planned and executed.
CoordinatorAsst. Prof. Meena Dongare
 
Dr. Kshitija Gandhi
Dr. Roopa Shah
Dr. Jayashree Muley
Dr. Rajeshree Nanaware

Committee Objectives

  • To formulate various library policies like collection, development, purchase.
  • To propose library budget for proper library resources development.
  • To propose library activities, programmes and services.
  • To formulate knowledge and information archiving and management policy at the Institute.
  • To guide the librarian in formulating general library policies and regulations to govern library.
  • To provide for proper documentation services and updating the library collection.
  • To work towards modernization and improvement of library and documentation Services.
  • To formulate policies and procedures for efficient use of library resources.

Activites of the Committee & Courses

  • “World Book Day” 23 April 2022, Collective reading program of favorite book with peers.
  • “Information Lirtearcy Pragram” Guest lecture on topic “Online Open Access Resource Awareness and Research Reference Tools”
  • “Book Review Competition” on occasion of Birth Anniversary of Bharat Ratna A.P.J. Abdul Kalam. 14/10/2021
  • “Annual Book Exhibition” on occasion of Vachan Prerna week 12/10/2021.
  • “Day of Reading” to salute the work of Great worker of Library Movement Shree Panikar.
CoordinatorAsst. Prof. Snehal Varhadi
 
Asst. Prof. Kanan Padte
Asst. Prof. Amol Shinde
Asst. Prof. Rashmi Patil
Dr. Preeti Kolhe
Asst. Prof. Poonam Karale
Asst. Prof. Amola Jeure
Asst. Prof. Gouri Kadadi
Asst. Prof.Chandrakant Sonawane
Asst. Prof. Suklal Kumbhar
All Class Teachers
 

Student mentoring and Counseling is accepted widely as a part of the teaching-learning process especially in Higher Educational Institutions and it is more so in undergraduate (UG-PG) institutions. The core idea is that the students who come from different backgrounds to pursue their higher studies or need advice and counseling not only in the curricular aspects but also to make them confident and parent-like support to be tuned to the new environment and make them not-to- feel nervous or inferior in any aspect

At Pratibha College of Commerce and Computer Studies, there is a committee to review and oversee the Mentoring activity which holds meetings with the Class Teachers and Mentor Teachers to discuss the general and specific problems being faced by the students vis-à-vis mentors. The records maintained by the mentors in different departments of our college are taken into account and general comments from teacher-mentors are sought to discuss in its meetings. The resolutions made in the meeting are submitted to the principal for consideration and further action on the recommendations.

Broadly, the problems that are faced by the PCCCS student community are of two types viz., Personal and Curricular. At times these two aspects are also intertwined and complicated and confuse the student and affect his behavior and perspective indifferently. To help and support on such occasions, Mentoring & Counseling is found to be very useful and set the students of our college to tread the right path and mend them in the right direction.

  • To guide/ help students those students who have any problems related to their education, financial, psychological aspects.
  • Better capture and conversion of student’s problems & needs.
  • To develop responsible mentors who are going counsel more and more mentees in near future.
Since the majority of the students are not matured enough to take their own decision in the vast changing of technology and their family and educational background, regular Counseling sessions ( for groups / individuals) are arranged by the College with the Counselor Mrs. Madhuri Nikam, specially appointed by the Management since 2015-16. For approximately 40 students, one teacher-mentor is allotted. Mentors record the communication with the mentee in their forms / attached sheets. Counseling / Parenting / Career Guidance sessions by Experts and Professionals, professional organizations etc. shall be organized by the Mentoring Cell to keep the required support ongoing.
CoordinatorAsst. Prof. Snehal Varhadi
 
Asst. Prof. Kanan Padte
Asst. Prof. Amol Shinde
Asst. Prof. Rashmi Patil
Dr. Preeti Kolhe
Asst. Prof. Poonam Karale
Asst. Prof. Amola Jeure
Asst. Prof. Gouri Kadadi
Asst. Prof.Chandrakant Sonawane
Asst. Prof. Suklal Kumbhar
All Class Teachers
 
Parents Teachers Association committee was formed in college in the year 2015-16. Different activities are organized in the committee under the guidance of Principal.
  • The Objective of PTA is to broaden the communication between parents and teachers for the betterment of students.
  • To make the parent aware of their ward performance in examination, their attendance status.
  • To address the parent about various events, activities conducted in college.
  • To solve the queries related to students.
  • All First Year Courses Parents Meet followed by Skit program titled “Umaltya Pidhila Samzune Ghetana”.
  • Open Day for all Courses.
  • Parents Representative Meeting.
CoordinatorDr. Seema Patil
 
Asst. Prof. Ashlesha Deole
Dr. Yogesh Jorapur
Asst. Prof. Neeta Gatkal
Asst. Prof.Charushila Patil
Dr. Ravindra Pabshetwar
  • Promotion of Research.
  • Resource Mobilization for Research.
  • Research Facilities.
  • Research Publications and Awards.
  • Consultancy.
  • Extension Activities and Institutional Social Responsibility.
  • Collaborations.
  • There is a Research Lab for the purpose of research. As most of the teachers have their own PCs they randomly visit the lab but the other teachers frequently visit it.
  • Dr Jayashree Muley, Dr. Kshitija Gandhi delivered lectures in various colleges as guest speakers.
  • Dr Roopa Shah delivered 3 lectures under Students’ Welfare in 3 different colleges and participated in State level Workshop organized under SPPU at IBMR ,Wakad as Resource Person.
The college has always been keen on the overall development of the teaching and non-teaching staff and abides by their welfare. Staff Academy Committee aims for overall development of staff members. This committee works for the benefit and welfare of the all staff and provides a channel to interact with each other. Staff Academy of our college was established with a perspective to enhance the technical and life skills of the teaching and non-teaching staff for their overall development. Faculty development programmes are conducted to frame updated curriculum, ICT, enabled teaching and Learning, Skill oriented Programmes, Outcome Based Education, and Research etc. Monthly meetings are conducted for the teachers to stimulate with innovative knowledge dissemination.

Committee Chairman:-
Prof Jayshree Kamble

Committee Member:-
Prof. Rasika Patil
Dr. Nisha Chowdhary
Dr. Yogesh Jorapur

  • To look after the needs of the staff to maintain their high morale
  • To ensure favourable working environment for members of staff
  • To plan for various activities for, teaching and administrative staff
  • To understand the ethics of teaching and the role of teachers.
  • To organize various professional development programmes in different areas.
  • To enrich the skills related to teaching, learning and evaluation process.
  • To develop effective teaching skills for attaining excellence in Higher Education
  • 2 Faculty development programs and guest lecture every year.
  • Maintaining staff meeting register.
    Celebration for faculties.
  • Excursion for all staff members.
  • Fun at work activity.

Committee Chairman:-

  • Mr. Rushikesh Chikane

Committee Member:-

  • Mrs. Trupti Mahabare
  • Dr. Nisha Chadhary
  • Mrs. Rebecca Sable
  • Mr. Rohit Akolkar
  • Mr. Mihir Jagtap
  • Mrs. Suruchi Somwanshi
  • Mrs. Gitanjali Dhore
  • To develop Students overall personality
  • To understand and aware about importance, role and contents of Soft skills through instructions, knowledge acquisition, demonstration and practice.
  • To understand and aware about importance, role and contents of Soft skills through instructions, knowledge acquisition, demonstration and practice.

Guest Lectures – Personality Development

  • Guest Lectures-Career Growth Opportunities.
  • Guest Lectures-Career Growth Opportunities.
  • Guest Lectures-Opportunities in Civil Services.
  • CSR ACTIVITY- Mahindra Pride School – Employability Enhancement Skill.
  • CSR ACTIVITY- FUEL (Career Gidance & Skilling Center)– Competitive Exams preparation.
  • Workshop on Competitive Exams.
  • General Knowledge Test for students of each Stream.
  • Pratibha Finishing School of Excellence – Soft skills Enhancement Programme for Third year Students. Daily 2 hours session for all TY Students.
  • Soft Skill (Employability Enhancement Skills, Social manners, Time management, etc.), Aptitude Training, Digital marketing for all S.Y and T.Y. Students from 3rd June 2019 to 30th June 2019.

On Completion of the course, learner will be able to:

  • Improved Communication, interaction and presentation of ideas.
  • Right attitudinal and behavioural change.
  • Mr. Ashish patil
  • Mrs. Vahida Pathan
  • Mrs. Vahida Pathan
  • Mrs. Sapna Ramani
  • Mr. Sandeep Sakore
  • Mrs. Archana Bhalerao
  • Mr. Suraj Madhale
  • Mr. Alok Agarwal
  • SWOT Analysis
  • Listening Skills
  • Oral Presentation / Speaking Skills
  • Resume Writing
  • Corporate/ business Etiquettes
  • Team Activity

MRP Completed

  • Prof Sonal Benare is working as assistant investigator on UGC approved research Project in Electronics Department.
  • Prof Sonali Bhusare from Electronics Dept has completed her UGC granted research Project as an assistant investigator. (Project on- Wireless sensor based irrigation system.)

Brief History –
Since inception this physical education department was there for student’s sports necessity. From one small room for department and one basketball, volleyball and open space available for sports activity (350 students strength) to present day scenario of having enough size department, table tennis hall, well equipped gymnasium, basket ball court(3200 student strength) it has been progressed.

Background –
Physical education is very essential part of college students overall personality development. Besides sports activities, discipline, other physical fitness exercises are conducted through the department.

Importance –
all round Personality development. Balanced personality, achievement and progress are the key elements done through the department.

Objectives of the Department –
Physical Development of Students (part of the personality development), Physical Fitness through Sports and Recreation.

Chairperson:-

  • Principal. Dr. Babasaheb Sangale

Coordinator:-

  • Dr. Anand B. Lunkad

Committee Member:-

  • Prof. P.T.Ingle
  • Dr. Roopa Shah
  • Prof. Giridhar Gundre
  • Prof. Santosh Kakade

Coaches 1:-

  • Mr. Dinup Chandran for Football

Gym trainer :-

  • Mr. Anand Guddari

Visiting:-

  • Mrs. Sonal More for Yoga

Earn and learn scheme students :-

  • 2 students

Well equipped Gym, Open Gym equipments of Rs. 1, 35,700/- purchased (QIP) Indoor Table Tennis, Yoga hall, Basketball Court, Cricket Net Practice Pitch -2, Archery Arena.

  • This AY was started with no students physically on campus due to Carona Pandemic situation and guideline from higher authorities. No physical activities were organized due to this work from home / online teaching learning era.
  • In June, 2020 we started our departmental regular work. On 21st June, we celebrate 6th International Yoga Day online program due to the current pandemic situation. For this program, our college sports players (all girls) were conducted some Asana at their home and took video of the activity. We started this program with prayer. No formal program was organized. All the girls players were performed the act. And also took active participation in this International Yoga Day celebration. They performed warm up, then some Yoga Asanas and Pranayama.
  • 15th August, 2020 and 2021 Independence Day celebration at our college campus was organized by this gymkhana committee.
  • Inter Collegiate Sports Competition Due to the pandemic situation, no sports competition was organized by AIU and SPPU, Pune.
  • Prof. Dr. Anand B. Lunkad , has participated and also published his one research paper in two day National Conference July, 2020 at T. C. College, Baramati.
  • First year physical education practical exam of all regular and backlog First Year UG students (2019 pattern) was conducted online mode, as per SPPU, Pune guideline during 2nd semester. First year physical education practical exam of backlog students was completed for all first year backlog UG students (2013 Pattern) of our college during 1st semester in physical mode.
  • Well equipped Gym, Open Gym equipments of Rs. 1, 35,700/- purchased (QIP) Indoor Table Tennis, Yoga hall, Basketball Court, Cricket Net Practice Pitch -2, Archery Arena.
  • Special Benefits/ Facilities Provided to Eligible/ Deserving Players
  • Admission – Preference / Quota given to State or National Level Eligible Players
  • Daily Facilities – All Students benefited with Gym and Open Gym at Free of Cost
  • 15th August, 2020 and 2021 Independence Day celebration at our college campus was organized by this gymkhana committee.
  • Inter Collegiate Sports Competition Due to the pandemic situation, no sports competition was organized by AIU and SPPU, Pune.
  • College Teams/ Players- All required Sports equipment, Practice Travelling Allowance, First Aid, Snacks & Fruits Expenses, Uniform and Travelling allowance & Daily Allowance at the time sports competition participation (As per SPPU, Pune norms)
  • Girls Teams – Special Travelling Facilities (Vehicle) at the time of Sports Competition participation travel
  • Achievement in Sports Competition- Deserving Players were benefitted with Felicitation, Fees Concession, Scholarship, Sponsorship (as per pre decided norms)
  • Academic support- Attendance, Internal Marks, Re exam as per SPPU, Pune norms
  • Additional Marks- as per SPPU, Pune Ordinance No. 163
  • Information about Future career in Sports Area
SPORTS ACHIEVEMENT CHART Inter Zonal Level Competition
Academic Year Students Name Event
2015-16 Saloni Jadhav Yoga
Akshay Pardeshi Softball
Nikita Biradar Football
Ekta Rane Football
Sheetal Dhamale Football
Suman Billore Football
Prachi Soundatte Football
Priya Shinde Football
Vaishali Rasekar Football
Rachel Souza Football
Prearana Kandekar Football
Komal Singh Football
Sandhya Howale Football
Anjali Patyal Football
Shubhangi Swami Football
Prajakta Kadam Football
2016-17 Diksha Rao Badminton
Siddhant Shiralkar Archery
Shalaka Jagtap Football
Radha Bhati Football
Devashree Lonkar Football
Snehal Dalvi Judo
Mayur Aadhav Judo
Laxman Vishwakarma Cricket
Akshay Pardeshi Softball
2017-18 Siddhant Shiralkar Archery
Manisha Yadav Football
Omkar Patil Body show
Yogesh Patil Judo
Yogesh Patil Wrestling
2018-19 Omkar Kodak Football
Arti Bahenwal Football
Arti Bahenwal Cricket
Arti Bahenwal Baseball
Siddant Shiralkar Archery
Omkar Mandage Archery
Shraddha Kalbhor Cricket
2019-20 Bhakti Patel Basketball
Archana Sonawane Archery
Akshata Katre Badminton
Snehal Taware Boxing
Pratik Hosmani Football (Third Place)
Viraj Jamadade Cricket (Third Place)
Amisha Sonar Football (Second Place)
Anjum Shaikh Football (Second Place)
Anjum Shaikh Cricket (Third Place)
Arti Bahenwal Football (Second Place)
Arti Bahenwal Cricket (Third Place)
State Level/ Other Competition
2018-2019 Pranav Sorte Athletics – Long Jump
Sandip Bahot 50 Km Marathon
Inter University West Zone / All India Level Competition
2015-16 Nikita Biradar Football Participation
2018-19 Arti Bahenwal Cricket Bronze Medal (All India)
2019-20 Arti Bahenwal Cricket Cricket
Cricket women and Football women team won First place and Badminton women team won second place in Inter Collegiate Sports Competition.
  • Prof. Dr. Anand B. Lunkad was appointed as Manager of Kho-Kho men team for West Zone Inter University competition held at SRTM University, Nanded during Dec, 2019. Kho – Kho team achieved bronze medal and also qualified for all India Inter University competition. Prof. Dr. Anand B. Lunkad was appointed as Manager of Kho-Kho women team for West Zone Inter University competition held at PDKV University, Akola during Nov, 2019. Kho – Kho team achieved silver medal and also qualified for all India Inter University competition.
  • Prof. Dr. Anand B. Lunkad was appointed as Manager of Kho-Kho women team for All India Inter University competition held at DDU University, Gorakhpur, UP during Feb, 2020. Kho –kho team achieved Bronze medal of all India Inter University competition.
  • Prof. P.T.Ingle was appointed as Manager of Football women team for West Zone Inter University competition held at RP University, Jabalpur, MP during Dec, 19. Prof. P.T.Ingle was appointed as Manager of Football women team for All India Inter University competition held at KIIT University, Bhuvaneshwar, Orisa during Jan,20.
  • Prof. Dr. Anand B. Lunkad has participated and also published his one research paper in one day National Conference 1st Feb,20 at Shivaji Col, Hingoli.

Faculty of the Department

Name Of FacultyDesignationQualificationExperiencePhoto
Prof. Dr. Anand B. LunkadDirector of Physical EducationPh. D. NET, SET, NIS, MPEd. MCom , Ph.D. guideship of SPPU, Pune in Physical Education 
Prof. Ingle P.T.Director of Physical EducationM.PEd, MCom 

Future plan 5 year plan Duration: – 2018 to 2023

More sports events participation –
Number of students and number of events to be increased (7% of total strength to be participate in sports and 20-25 events should be participate)

Weight age on Sports to be increased –
Sports quota at the time of admission, more support system to increase intake of deserving players in our college

Focus practice
of selected sports events like football men/women, cricket m/w etc. including -Longer duration of practice sessions on ground, Coaches and equipment with infrastructure

Sports Achievement –
10 % of total strength of sports participation students should achieve inter zonal and 1/3 of Zonal levels to be achieved at university level.

Physical Education Scheme –
classroom lecture and increase in fitness level of students.

Organization of –
Inter collegiate and Inter Zonal sports competition, Conference / Seminar / Workshop, short term courses –yoga, trek .

Ground Availability
, and Peon/ clerk/assistant –departmental staff