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M O D E R N E D U C A T I O N S O C I E T Y, P U N E

The

D. G. Ruparel College OF ARTS, SCIENCE AND COMMERCE

(2016 - 2017) Principal : Dr. Tushar M. Desai Vice Principal : Dr. Dilip S. Maske : Dr. Neeta S. Tatke Vice Principal : Ms. Arundhati Rane (Jr. College) Our parent body, Modern Education Society, Pune, founded in 1932 by Principal, Late V. K. Joag manages following Colleges in the Faculties of Arts, Science, Commerce, Law, Engineering and Management in the cities of Pune and Mumbai : 1. 2. 3. 4.

The Nowrosjee Wadia College of Arts and Science, Pune. (Estd.–1932) The Cusrow Wadia Institute of Technology, Pune. (Estd.–1938) The D. G. Ruparel College of Arts, Science and Commerce, Mumbai. (Estd.–1952) The New Law College, Mumbai. (Estd.–1954)

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The Ness Wadia College of Commerce, Pune. (Estd.–1969) The Neville Wadia Institute of Management Studies & Research, Pune. (Estd.–1992)

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MES College of Engineering, Pune. (Estd.–2000)

The College located on a campus admeasuring 40, 217 square metres owes its pre-eminence in the sphere of education to Seth Gordhandas Jadavji Ruparel and his younger brother Seth Narayandas Jadavji Ruparel of Messrs Doongarsee Gangjee and Sons, Mumbai. In grateful appreciation of their generous and profound interest in our institution, it was named ‘The Doongarsee Gangjee Ruparel College’. Their father Seth Jadavji Doongarsee and uncle Seth Lalji Doongarsee, who had close association in business with Messrs Nowrosjee Wadia and Sons was continued by Seth Gordhandas and Seth Narayandas

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by the establishment of the Ruparel College in Mumbai; a sister institution of the Wadia College which the Wadia brothers, Sir Cusrow and Sir Ness helped the Society to establish in Pune. The College situated in the Metropolitan City of Mumbai, is the only College of its kind that can boast of having a spacious campus with clean and green environment. It is located opposite Matunga Road Station (W. R.) and is a few minutes’ walk from Shivaji Park. The campus, known as the Ruparel College campus has Arts, Science, Library, Gymkhana and Canteen buildings, Boy’s Hostel, Principal’s bungalow, two Vice – Principal bungalows and the Administrative building. The New Law College functions from the Arts building of the Ruparel College. Junior College (Higher Secondary) classes started functioning with the Degree College in 1975. In 1980, various bi-focal Vocational courses were introduced at the +2 stage. At present, Electronics, Computer Science and Electrical Maintenance are offered at the +2 stage. In 1988 – 89, Minimum Competency Vocational Course (MCVC) was introduced. The new Three Year Degree course was introduced by the University of Mumbai in 1977. The Commerce faculty was introduced in the College in 1979 – 80 and the first batch of T. Y. B. Com. students appeared in 1983. The College has completed sixty three years of glorious service in the field of academics, sports, performing arts and other extracurricular activities. The College, affiliated to the University of Mumbai has gathered the reputation and social recognition over the years as an institution second to none, a fact that is more than adequately proven by commendable performance of our students at the Higher Secondary Board and University examinations; I.I.T., Engineering, Medical and Management joint entrance examinations. About fifty percent of students in the merit list of H.S.C. examination are from our College. The College has produced a number of luminaries in the field of academics, sports and extracurricular activities. Padmavibhushan Dr. Anil Kakodkar, Chairman, Atomic Energy Commission; Shri Anil Joshi, MD, Dena Bank; Shri Subhash Dandekar, Chairman, Camlin Industry; Padmashree Padmaja - Phenani Joglekar (Vocalist), Shri Gajanan Pendharkar, MD, Vicco Laboratories, Shri Ajit Agarkar, Ramesh Powar (cricket), Miss Urmila Matondkar (Film star), Shri Ashok Hande (Stage Artist) are some few in a forest of luminaries.

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The College has set its goals and objectives in tune with the aspirations of our students’ vis-à-vis the needs and expectations of the society. We strive to impart quality education to our students and encourage them to participate in various co and extra curricular activities to bring out the best of their talents so as to enrich their multidimensional personality development in the modern world of 21st century. At present the College admits students for Post Graduate Courses for M.Sc. by Paper & by Research and Ph.D. Degree in subjects Physics, Chemistry, Botany and Zoology. Keeping abreast with the advances in the world around and the need of the hour, the College is offering the following paper/courses on a No Grant Basis:        

Paper in Information Technology at Junior College level B.Sc. in Computer Science M.Sc. - Computer Science B.Sc. – Information Technology M.Sc. - Information Technology Bachelor of Management Studies (B. M. S.) M. Com. (Advanced Accountancy) B. Com. Div. III & Div. IV Unaided

The College has acquired two Broadband lines each of capacity 2 Mbps for providing Internet facility to the students. In addition to the laboratories, the Internet facility is available in all departments and in the Library. Office Administration & Library working is fully computerized. The Medium of Instruction for all courses is English.

COLLEGE HIGHLIGHTS :        

Lush Green Eco-friendly Campus Rain-water Harvesting Project Use of Solar Water Heaters for College Hostel Use of Solar Energy Composting of wet garbage Well-equipped Rifle shooting range Amphitheatre – Rupangan Activity area - Saawli

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MISSION AND VISION OF OUR COLLEGE MISSION : In accordance with its motto ‘For the spread of light’, The Modern Education Society aims to create and disseminate an atmosphere of learning and research of a high academic, professional, ethical and ecological standard in which learners can gain knowledge and skills encompassing a wide range of disciplines - humanities, physical, biological and social sciences, law, technology, management and commerce - which will result in multidimensional personality development of the learners and will enable them to fulfill the needs of industry and the community at large.

VISION :       

Quest for lifelong learning Learners as the focus Stimulation of active learning Fostering research Efficient governance Collaboration with industry Social responsibility

CORE VALUES : Quest for lifelong learning –  

Continuous efforts to impart to learners knowledge and skills that are relevant to the demands of the changing times. Encouragement to the faculty to adopt innovative methods of teaching that will cater to the needs of learners at various levels of study.

Learners as the focus – 

Regard learners as the focal point of all activities and efforts and adopt policies that effectively meet their needs.

Impart skills which can translate into practical applications for the industry. Support curricular training with co-curricular and extra - curricular activities aimed at building the overall personality of the learners.

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Provide learner-centric academic and personal enrichment opportunities.

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     

Empowerment to pursue their goals. Guide learners towards self-actualization. Stimulation of active learning. Enabling critical thinking through freedom of thought and expression. Adopting an integrative and inclusive approach towards various disciplines. Nurturing talent and creativity.

Fostering research –  

Motivating students as well as faculty members to take up research projects. Creating a mindset for inquiry. Inculcating analytical attitude and scientific temperament.

Efficient Governance     

Identifying new means of resource generation. Optimal deployment of resources. Development of state of the art infrastructural facilities. Participative decision-making process that is effectively communicated to all the stake-holders. Transparency in functioning. Constant assessment and upgradation of processes to ensure maximum productivity.

Collaboration with industry 

Development of synergistic alliances with world-known academic, research and consulting institutions. Creating an interface with the industry to ensure that the skills imparted to the learners are in consonance with the needs of the industry.

Social responsibility  

Sensitizing learners about social, ecological, economic and political issues. Endeavouring to find solutions that will benefit society as a whole. Positive role modeling in order to create responsible citizens.

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GENERAL INFORMATION OFFICE HOURS The College Office shall ordinarily be open on all working days between 10.00 a.m. and 5.30 p.m. All cash transactions will be attended to between 10.30 a.m. and 1.00 p.m. The office will remain closed on the second and fourth Saturday of every month.

HOLIDAYS The College shall remain closed— (a) on Sundays and public holidays as declared by the Government; (b) on holidays prescribed by the University. (c) on such other days as the Principal may declare from time to time. (These will be announced on the Notice Board).

PAYMENT OF FEES 1.

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Students should pay the prescribed fees to the Accounts Section or Special Counters opened for the purpose at the time of admission to the F. Y. J. C. (Arts / Science/ Commerce) and F. Y. B. A. / B. Sc. / B. Com. / B. M. S. / B. Sc. (I. T.) classes and postgraduate courses. Schedule of fees (Degree and Junior College) will be displayed on the College Notice Board. Fees will be accepted in Cash / Cheque for both the Junior, Degree and postgraduate courses. Fees should be paid at the authorised counter only. Guardians should ensure that they obtain a stamped receipt immediately after any payment is made. Care should be taken to ensure that payments are not made to unauthorised persons. The College will not be responsible for any lapse in this matter. Reserve Category Students must fill the Freeship / Scholarship forms as per the schedule displayed on the Notice Board. Eligible Reserve Category students will be exempted from paying full regular fees. The proposal will be sent to the Social Welfare Department, Government of Maharashtra for its sanction. They will be required to pay the Fees not sanctioned by the Social Welfare Department in the Second Term.

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REFUND OF FEES JUNIOR COLLEGE a.

If a Student informs the institution before the commencement of the academic year that he/she wants to withdraw and he/she cannot continue his/her education in the same institution for any reason, the institution concerned should refund to him/her in full the tuition fee, term fee, laboratory fee (if any) and library and laboratory deposits, if any actually recovered. The admission fee may, however, be retained by the Institution. EXPLANATION : So far as the F.Y.J.C. classes are concerned the academic year should be deemed to have commenced from the eighth day (i.e. excluding Sundays and Public Holidays) from and including the days of declaration of the S.S.C. Examination Result. If the said day of declaration of results is a working day, OR from and including the working day immediately following the day of declaration of the S.S.C. Examination result if the said /date of declaration of results is a Sunday or a Public Holiday.

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If a student desires to withdraw and applies for refund of fees after the commencement of the academic year (vide explanation under (a) above) the institution concerned should retain the admission fee, term fee and laboratory fee (if any) in full. The library and laboratory deposits should however be refunded. So far as the tuition fee is concerned the institution should retain the tuition fee only for the month(s) beginning from the month in which the academic year had commenced and ending with the month in which the student had applied for withdrawal of admission or refund of fees. The tuition fees for the remaining months of the term should be refunded (For example, if a student applies for refund of fees in the month of July, after the academic year has commenced in that month itself, the Institution should retain the proportionate amount of tuition fees for one month only, namely the month of July. On the other hand, if a student applies for refund of fees in the month of August, after the academic year has commenced in the month of July, the institution should retain the proportionate amount of tuition fee for two months only, namely the month of July & August. If a student applies for refund of fees in the month of August after the academic year has commenced in the month of June, the institution should retain the proportionate amount of tuition fee for three months only, namely the months of June, July, August.)

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DEGREE COLLEGE RULES FOR REFUND OF FEES: The Rules (Ordinance 2859) relating to refund of fees after cancellation of admission as per the University of Mumbai Circular No. UG/412 of 2008 dated 11.09.2008 is given below: The candidates who have taken admission in under graduate courses in aided and unaided courses conducted by affiliated Colleges may request for refund of fees after applying in writing for cancellation of their admission to the course. The refund of fees as applicable shall be made on or before 30th day after the date of cancellation and thereafter. The percentage of fee for the course shall be refunded to the candidate after deducting charges as follows: Sr No 1.

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Period Prior to commencement of academic term and instruction of the course. Up to 20 days after the commencement of academic term of the course. From 21st day up to 50 days after commencement of the academic term of the course. From 51st day up to 80 days after the commencement of academic term of the course or 31st August whichever is earlier. From 1st September to 30th September. After 30th September.

Deduction charges Rs. 500/- Lump sum.

20% of the total amount of fees. 30% of the total amount of fees.

50% of the total amount of fees.

60% of the total amount of fees. 100% of the total amount of fees.

The total amount considered for the refund of fees from the commencement of academic term of the courses includes the following:

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i)

All the fee items chargeable for one year are as per relevant University circulars for different Faculties.

ii) The fee charged towards group insurance and all fee components to be paid as University share (including ViceChancellor fund, University fee for Sports and Cultural activities, E-charge, E-suvidha, Disaster Management Fund, Examination fee and Enrollment fee) are nonrefundable if the payment is made by the College to the University prior to the date of cancellation. iii) Fees collected for Identity card and Library card, Admission Form and Prospectus, Enrollment and any other course specific fee are not refundable after the commencement of the academic term. iv) All refundable deposits (Laboratory, Caution Money and Library etc.) shall be fully returned at the time of cancellation. Important instructions for Reserve Category student : Eligible Reserve Category students who are admitted to the College on payment of concessional fees prescribed by the University of Mumbai are informed that, on cancellation of admission they will be required to pay additional amount depending on the period and percentage of deduction charges of the total fees prescribed for the course.

RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR RAILWAY CONCESSION i)

Students will be issued railway concession forms for Season tickets from the station nearest to their residence and Matunga Road (W. R) Station. Residential address given on the admission form will be taken as valid for this concession. It cannot be changed during the course of the year.

ii) Long journey Railway concession will be issued to students to visit their homes.

LIBRARY The College Library is in the ground floor hall of new building. The Library has a huge collection of books & journals on a variety of subjects. Students can avail of the Internet facility on payment of nominal charges.

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Library Rules : 1.

While entering the library, students should carry their Identity as well as Library cards.

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Students will ensure that they do not disturb other students in the library.

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Books are issued for home reading for a period of one week only against a demand slip (duly filled and signed) on days notified for this purpose. Reference Books and prescribed text books kept in the reading hall, Dictionaries, Encyclopaedias, Atlases and other books classified as reference books must be used in the library only during working hours.

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Students will be issued only one book at a time for home reading. While returning books students will ensure that the necessary entry of return is made in his / her presence.

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A student failing to return book issued for home reading on or before the due date will be liable to pay a fine of Rs. 5/- per day till such time as the book is returned.

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Books issued against the Identity Card are for use in the Reading Hall only and must be returned while leaving the library. Disciplinary action will be taken against students violating this rule.

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Use of Mobile Telephones is strictly prohibited in the Library. Library facilities of the defaulting student will be suspended.

CO-CURRICULAR AND EXTRA-CURRICULAR ACTIVIES : The College encourages students to participate in co-curricular and extra-curricular activities. They can enroll themselves as members of the following Associations: 1. National Cadet Corps (Boys and Girls) 2. National Social Services (N. S. S.) 3. Marathi Vangmay Mandal 4. RUPELA (Department of English) 5. Genesis (Geography Association) 6. Maanas (Department of Psychology) 7. Tattvadarshan (Department of Philosophy) 8. CASSO (Commerce Association)

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9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22.

Polis (Department of Political Science) Economica (Department of Economics) Chemarc (Department of Chemistry) Science Association Chitravedh (Film Society) Photography Art to Art Swarsadhana (Music) Theatre and Dramatics Students’ Forum AIMS (Association of Management Studies) Srushti (Nature Club) Physirup (Department of Physics) Department of Lifelong Learning & Extention.

These Associations organize various programs, exhibitions and competitions at the Collegiate and Inter-collegiate level such as Lectures by eminent personalities, Elocution, Debate, Quiz, Musical programs, stage one act plays etc.

THE COLLEGE GYMKHANA The College has a well-equipped Gymkhana, which provides the necessary space and equipment for both indoor and outdoor sports, with the ground being modified for specific sports. Being a reputed institution, coaches of repute are associated with our College. An in-house Shooting Range of international measurement has been installed in the College. The College Gymkhana provides above average facilities for most of the games. For indoor games we have a hall of 61.50’ x 25.25’ for table tennis, a hall of 36’ x 10’ for carrom and a hall of 24’ x 13’ for chess. The open ground is used for practice of kho-kho, kabaddi, volleyball, basketball, football, hockey and soft ball. We have 4 box nets for practice of Cricket. Our College staff also provides its expertise to the University sports body. The activities of the Gymkhana are governed by the Principal with the assistance of the Gymkhana Chairman, Teaching, Non-Teaching Staff and student representatives.

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HOSTEL The College has a Hostel for 70 male students within the College Campus. Hostel fees including services and other charges are to be paid in advance. The students will maintain peace and decorum of the Hostel. Any student involved in the ragging in Hostel will draw severe punishment. Round the clock Security is provided in the Hostel building. The necessary housekeeping services are provided to maintain the entire hostel clean. The College authority will not be responsible for the loss of any personal valuables. The students will not be allowed to stay away from the hostel beyond 10.00 p.m. For detailed Rules and Regulations refer to the Hostel Notice Board.

MEDICAL FACILITY The college has arranged a tie-up with the ‘Sushrusha’ Hospital, Ranade Road, Dadar (West), Mumbai - 400 028 to provide immediate medical attention to the bonafide students and staff members of the college in case of an accident, mishap or any kind of emergency that may take place on the college campus. When such an incident is reported to the college authority, it will admit the student, staff member to the Hospital for immediate medical attention, without undergoing the normal procedure of cash deposit in the Hospital. The student / staff member will be required to settle/pay the Bills for the medical attention provided by the Hospital.

SUMAN : The Career Guidance and Counselling Centre The following services are available to the students of Junior and Degree college free of cost : Wednesday and Thursday : 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. 1.

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Guidance for Personality development : Effective study skills, Enhancing physical fitness, Time management, Enhancing selfconfidence. Counselling for personal problems : Academic difficulties, Stress, Tension, Anxiety, Worry, Concentration and Memory problems, Family and Social relation.

Workshops and talks on various aspects of personality development are regularly organised.

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RULES OF DISCIPLINE The smooth functioning of the College depends upon observance of discipline by the students. The College can help the students better when Rules of Discipline are observed properly. Violation of these rules deprives the students of the advantages of different facilities provided by the College. Following are some of the important rules of discipline. Parents/Guardians are requested to direct their wards to observe the following Rules of Discipline: 1.

Students must attend lectures, practicals, tutorials, etc. as per the Time Table. They must not abstain themselves from classes, practicals, tutorials, examinations etc. without written permission of the Principal. Students whose attendance and/or progress in various tests and examinations is not satisfactory and who do not perform the required number of tutorials and/or practical, compulsory project work in subject are likely to lose their term. Prolonged absence even on grounds of ill health may also lead to loss of terms. Defaulters will not be sent up for University Examinations.

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Defaulters list is displayed on the college notice board.

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Employed students will not be given any concession in matters of attendance or rules regarding appearance at College examinations. Suitable disciplinary action will be taken against such students. Employed students must give details of their employment on the admission form. They are expected to take admission after consulting the Principal in this regard.

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The Identity Card is meant for identifying bonafide students and is used for permitting the student to enter college campus and to participate in various activities and programs of the College. Every student must wear the Identity Card as long as he/she is in the College campus and should be displayed prominently. It must be produced by the student whenever demanded by a member of the teaching or non-teaching staff of the College. He/She must take proper care of it to avoid its misuse by other students and outsiders. In case the Identity Card is lost, the matter should be immediately reported to the Principal and a complaint should be lodged to the Police and an application with the photocopy of NC should be submitted for a duplicate Identity Card, which will be issued on payment of charges. The use of ID card belonging to

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another student and the lending of ID card to others is illegal and will attract suspension from College. 5.

The conduct of the students in the classes and in the premises of the College shall be such as will cause no disturbance to teachers, fellow students or other classes.

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Dress: Students should dress in a decent manner befitting the academic atmosphere necessary on College Campus. Sleeveless or short tops/dresses, transparent/revealing clothes shall be considered inappropriate. Dresses and trousers are expected to be at least below knee-length.

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No Society or Association shall be formed in the College and no person shall be invited on the College campus without the specific permission of the Principal. The Principal has a right to refuse such permission.

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No student is allowed to display any Notice/Circular/Poster/ Banner in the College premises without the prior permission of the Principal. Strict action will be taken against the defaulters.

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No student will be allowed to conduct any political activity in the College premises.

10. Outsiders are not permitted in the College premises without the prior permission of the Principal. College students are not allowed to bring their relatives/friends to the College premises without the prior permission of the Principal. Strict action will be taken against the concerned outsider as well as the College student who is instrumental in bringing outsiders to the College premises. 11. All meetings, cultural programs, debates, elocutions, etc. organized on the College premises must be held in presence of teaching staff members and with the prior permission of the Principal. The subjects of debates/elocutions must have the prior approval of the Principal. 12. Students must take proper care of the College property. Strict action will be taken against the student/s damaging College property and will be required to compensate the damage. 13. Students involved in malpractices at the College / Board / University Examinations will not be admitted to the College.

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14. Smoking is strictly prohibited in the College premises. The possession and/or consumption of drugs, cigarettes or alcohol on campus will result in Dismissal or Suspension, at the discretion of the Principal; Physical violence will also attract the same immediate penalty. 15. If, for any reason, the continuance of a student in the College is found detrimental to the best interest of the College, the Principal may ask the student to leave the College without assigning any reasons and the decision will be final and binding on the student. 16. Playing music on Transistors, Tape-recorders, Car-stereos, Mobile Telephones or any other similar gadgets with or without earphones is strictly prohibited in the College premises. Defaulters will be punished and their instrument confiscated. 17. Mobile phones: These should be switched off at the Gate before entering the College. However, mobile phone may be used, if absolutely necessary and in a discreet manner, in the following fixed places only: the College Canteen, Ladies Common Room, Hostel and Car Parking area upto the Ruby Mill entrance gate . 18. Students must not loiter on the College premises while the classes are at work. Boys found loitering near the Girls’ Common Room are liable for punishment. 19. Students must not attend classes other than their own without the permission of the authority concerned. 20. Students shall do nothing inside or outside the College that will interfere with the discipline of the College or tarnish the image of the College. 21. Students are not allowed to communicate any information about College matters to the Media. 22. Food and beverages can be consumed in the Canteen, the Common Room and Saawli. Students are requested not to eat in the classrooms / laboratories. 23. Use of unfair means at exams: Any student detected using unfair means during tests or exams will face an Unfair Means Committee constituted by the College and will be punished as per the rules of University of Mumbai.

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24. Study Tours can be conducted only with prior written permission from the Principal. Class picnics or outings are not permitted by the College. Parents should note that the College authorities do not assume any responsibility for picnics or outings organized by students on their own or by teachers in their personal capacity. 25. Students are expected to read the notice-boards regularly, so as to ascertain their performance with regard to attendance requirements, academic performance, examinations, results and any other matter related to them. 26. Matters not covered above will be decided at the discretion of the Principal. Acts of misbehavior, misconduct, indiscipline or violation of the Rules of Discipline mentioned above are liable for one or more punishments as stated below : A. Warning to the student. B. Warning to the student as well as a letter to the parents. C. Imposition of a fine. D. Denial of gymkhana, library, laboratory, N.C.C., N. S. S., student aid or any other facility for a specified period or for the complete Term/year. E. Cancellation of Terms. F. Refusal of admission in the next term or academic year. G. Cancellation of admission. H. Expulsion from the College for a specified period. I. Rustication.

PREVENTION OF RAGGING IN THE COLLEGE AND HOSTEL PREMISES: STUDENTS AND PARENTS ARE INFORMED THAT RAGGING IS BANNED AND SHALL BE CONSIDERED AS A SERIOUS OFFENCE WHICH WILL ATTRACT SEVERE PUNISHMENT. Parents are requested to emphasize on their wards the seriousness of the offence and instruct them not to indulge in ragging.

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UGC REGULATTONS ON CURBING THE MENACE OF RAGGING IN HIGHER EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS, 2009 (under Section 26 (1) (g) of the University Grants Commission Act, 1956) Full text is available on our website, www.ruparel.edu and with the Registrar in the college office. Important aspects of the Regulation are given below: 1.

What constitutes Ragging - Ragging constitutes one or more of any of the following acts: a.

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;

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indulging in rowdy or indisciplined activities by any student or students which causes or is likely to cause annoyance, hardship, physical or psychological harm or to raise fear or apprehension thereof in any fresher or any other student;

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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;

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any act by a senior student that prevents, disrupts or disturbs the regular academic activity of any other student or a fresher;

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exploiting the services of a fresher or any other student for completing the academic tasks assigned to an individual or a group of students,

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any act of financial extortion or forceful expenditure burden put on a fresher or any other student by students;

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any act of physical abuse including all variants of it: sexual abuse, homosexual assaults, stripping, forcing obscene and lewd acts, gestures, causing bodily harm or any other danger to health or person;

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any act or abuse by spoken words, emails, post, public insults which would also include deriving perverted pleasure,

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vicarious or sadistic thrill from actively or passively participating in the discomfiture to fresher or any other student; i. 2.

any act that affects the mental health and self-confidence of a fresher or any other student

Action to be taken by the Head of the institution.- On receipt of the recommendation of the Anti-Ragging Squad or on receipt of any information concerning any reported incident of ragging, the Head of institution shall immediately determine if a case under the penal laws is made out and if so, either on his own or through a member of the Anti-Ragging Committee authorised by him in this behalf, proceed to file a First Information Report (FIR), within twenty four hours of receipt of such information or recommendation, with the police and local authorities, under the appropriate penal provisions relating to one or more of the following, namely; i. Abetment to ragging; ii. Criminal conspiracy to rag; iii. Unlawful assembly and rioting while ragging; iv. Public nuisance created during ragging; v. Violation of decency and morals through ragging; vi. Injury to body, causing hurt or grievous hurt; vii. Wrongful restraint; viii. Wrongful confinement; ix. Use of criminal force; x. Assault as well as sexual offences or unnatural offences; xi. Extortion; xii. Criminal trespass; xiii. Offences against property; xiv. Criminal intimidation; xv. Attempts to commit any or all of the above mentioned offences against the victim(s); xvi. Threat to commit any or all of the above mentioned offences against the victim(s);

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xvii. Physical or psychological humiliation; xviii.All other offences following from the definition of “Ragging�. 3.

Administrative action in the event of ragging.-

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The institution shall punish a student found guilty of ragging after following the procedure and in the manner prescribed hereinunder:

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The Anti-Ragging Committee of the institution shall take an appropriate decision, in regard to punishment or otherwise, depending on the facts of each incident of ragging and nature and gravity of the incident of ragging established in the recommendations of the Anti-Ragging Squad.

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The Anti-Ragging Committee may, depending on the nature and gravity of the guilt established by the Anti-Ragging Squad, award, to those found guilty, one or more of the following punishments, namely; i. Suspension from attending classes and academic privileges, ii. Withholding / withdrawing scholarship / fellowship and other benefits, iii. Debarring from appearing in any test / examination or other evaluation process. iv. Withholding results, v. Debarring from representing the institution in any regional, national or international meet, tournament, youth festival etc. vi. Suspension / expulsion from the hostel, vii. Cancellation of admission, viii. Rustication from the institution for period ranging from one to four semesters. ix. Expulsion from the institution and consequent debarring from admission to any other institution for a specified period.

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VARIOUS COMMITTEES The students can approach the Conveners/members of the following Committees (displayed on the Notice Board) for guidance and redressal of their grievances: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

Women’s Development Cell Students’ Welfare Committee Guidance and Counseling Cell Special Cell Advisory Committee Student’s Grievance Redressal Committee Placement Cell Canteen Committee Cleanliness Committee Discipline Committee Anti-Ragging Squad Avishkar (Research Activity) Committee Internal complaint committee for prevention of Sexual Harassment at workplace (Prevention, Prohibition, Redressal)

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA POST SSC FREESHIP/ SCHOLARSHIP FOR RESERVED CATEGORY STUDENTS (DEGREE AND JUNIOR COLLEGE) IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS: 1.

Reserved category students belonging to SC, OBC, SBC, VJ, NT category & who have taken admission in the College are informed that it is mandatory to fill the form online on the site http: //mahaeschol.maharashtra.gov.in/dashboard / sjadhomepage.aspx

The website for ST Category is http : // etribal.maharashtra.gov.in / eVikas /Main / Common / Aboutevikas.aspx

The printout of the online form along with necessary documents should be submitted in the college office as per the information displayed on the notice board.

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2.

Students are advised to refer notices pertaining to Freeship/ Scholarship displayed on the Notice Board from time to time. A detailed schedule for submission of duly filled in Application Forms, with proper documents will be displayed on the Notice Board.

3.

As Parents Annual Gross Income Certificate issued by Tahasildar is an important document required for sanction of Scholarship students are advised to immediately commence the procedure to procure the same.

4.

Non-Creamy Layer Certificate issued by Tahasildar is an important document required for sanction of Freeship to students belonging to OBC, SBC, VJ and NT category whose Parents Gross Annual Income is more thanRs.1,00,000/- . They are advised to immediately commence the procedure to procure the same.

5.

They are informed that if they fail to submit duly filled in Application Forms along with the necessary documents within the stipulated period, they will be treated as Open Category students and will be required to pay Full Regular Fees.

6.

Eligible Reserved Category students will be exempted from paying Full Regular Fees. The proposal will be sent to the Social Welfare Department, Government of Maharashtra for its sanction. They will be required to pay the Fees not sanctioned by the Social Welfare Department in the Second Term.

REQUIREMENT FOR GOVERNMENT OF INDIA POST SSC SCHOLARSHIPS: 1.

Students belonging to SC category with Parents’ Gross Annual Income less than Rs.2,00,000/- and ST category with parents’ Gross Annual income less than 2,50,000/- are eligible to apply for this Scholarship. Students will be required to submit Parents’ Gross Annual Income Certificate issued by Tahasildar.

2.

Students belonging to OBC, SBC, VJ and NT category and whose Parents’ Gross Annual Income is less than Rs. 1,00,000/- are eligible to apply for this Scholarship. Students will be required to submit Parents Gross Annual Income Certificate issued by Tahasildar.

3.

Degree college students of B.Sc. (Computer Science) and B.Sc. (I.T.) and B.M.S. belonging to SC category with Parents’ Annual Income

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below Rs. 2,00,000/- and ST category with Parents’ Annual Income below Rs. 2,50,000/- should submit Caste Certificate and Caste Validity Certificate. Students must also submit the following documents along with the duly filled in Application Form as per the schedule displayed on the Notice Board: 1.

Original and one attested copy of Parents’ Gross Annual Income Certificate issued by Tahasildar for the preceding financial year i.e. 1st April to 31st March of the previous year.

2.

Attested copy of the First and Last pages of Ration Card as proof of permanent residence.

3.

Attested copy of Mark sheet of the previous Examination passed.

4.

If a student is residing in a Hostel, he/she should attach a Certificate from the Warden of the Hostel, stating the date of joining the Hostel along with Lodging and Boarding charges.

5.

If a student has a gap between two academic years, he/she will be required to submit Court Affidavit explaining the reasons for the gap period.

6.

Attested photocopy of Aadhar Card.

REQUIREMENT FOR GOVERNMENT OF INDIA POST SSC FREESHIP: 1. Students belonging to SC & ST category and whose Parents’ Gross Annual Income is more than Rs.2,00,000/- are eligible to apply for this Freeship. Students will be required to submit Parents’ Gross Annual Income Certificate issued by Tahasildar or Form No. 16 Certificate under Section 203 of the Income Tax Act 1961 issued by the employer for the preceding financial year i.e. 1st April to 31st March of the previous year. 2.

Students belonging to OBC, SBC, VJ and NT category and whose Parents’ Gross Annual Income is more that Rs.1,00,000/- are eligible to apply for this Freeship. Students will be required to submit Parents’ Gross Annual Income Certificate issued by Tahasildar or Form No. 16 Certificate under Section 203 of the Income Tax Act 1961 issued by the employer for the preceding financial year i.e. 1st April to 31st March of the previous year. They will also be required to submit an attested copy of Non-Creamy Layer Certificate issued by Tahasildar.

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3.

Students should note that third male child is not eligible to avail the benefit of this Freeship. The third female child can avail the benefit of this freeship. The document required for this is the Ration card.

4.

Students belonging to OBC, VJ, NT & SBC category pursuing B.Sc. (I.T.), B.Sc. (Computer Science) or B.M.S. Degree courses are not eligible for this Freeship. They will be required to pay Full Regular Fees. Students belonging to ST & SC category and studying B.M.S. can avail to the freeship. To avail of this Freeship, students must submit the following documents along with the duly filled in Application Form as per the schedule displayed on the Notice Board:

1.

Attested copy of Parents’ Gross Annual Income Certificate issued by Tahasildar or Form No. 16 Certificate under Section 203 of the Income Tax Act 1961 issued by the employer for the preceding financial year i.e. 1st April to 31st March of the previous year depending on the category

2.

Attested copy of the Caste Certificate in the name of the student issued by Competent Authority of the Government of Maharashtra.

3.

Attested copy of the First and Last pages of Ration Card as proof of permanent residence.

4.

Attested copy of Mark sheet of the previous Examination passed.

5.

If a student is residing in a Hostel, he/she should attach a Certificate from the Warden of the Hostel, stating the date of joining the Hostel along with Lodging and Boarding charges.

6.

If a student has a gap between two academic years, he/she will be required to submit Court Affidavit explaining the reasons for the gap period.

In addition to the above-mentioned documents, students belonging to ST category will be required to submit the following documents: 1.

Attested copy of student’s School Leaving Certificate.

2.

Attested copy of father’s Caste Certificate and School Leaving Certificate.

3.

Attested copy of Caste Validity Certificate [for students pursuing B.Sc. (Computer Science), B.Sc. (IT), B.M.S. Degree courses].

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Rajarshi Shahu scholarship of Rs. 3000/- per year is awarded to SC, VJ, NT & SBC category students securing at least 75%. The documents required are marksheet of Xth Std, Caste Certificate & Leaving Certificate.

SCHEME OF MERIT-CUM-MEANS BASED GOVERNMENT OF INDIA POST-MATRIC SCHOLARSHIP FOR STUDENTS BELONGING TO THE MINORITY COMMUNITIES. (DEGREE AND JUNIOR COLLEGE) The objective of the scheme is to award scholarships to meritorious students belonging to economically weaker sections of Minority Communities so as to provide them better opportunities for higher education. Muslims, Sikhs, Christians, Buddhists, Jain and Zoroastrians (Parsis) have been notified as Minority Communities under Section 2I of the National Commission for Minorities Act, 1992. CONDITIONS FOR SCHOLARSHIPS: 1.

Scholarship will be awarded to the students who have secured not less than 50% marks or equivalent grade in the previous final examination and the gross annual income of whose parents’/ guardians’, from all sources does not exceed Rs. 2 lakhs.

2.

There are a fixed number of scholarships for minorities and the number is small and limited. Students from Below Poverty Line families, having the lowest income shall be given preference in the ascending order. The renewal applications would be fully exhausted before the new applications are considered.

3.

Scholarship will be provided for the entire course. Scholarship will not be awarded for more than the normal period of time taken to obtain Certificate / Degree / M.Phil. Degree / Doctorate Degree. However, maintenance allowance will be given for a period not exceeding ten months only in an academic year.

4.

Scholarships will not be given to more than two students in a family.

5.

The award will be discontinued if a student fails to secure 50% marks or equivalent grade in the previous final examination and is found to be irregular in attendance.

6.

The scholarship once awarded, may be renewed during the next academic year of the course on the production of certificate that the student has secured 50% marks in the examination.

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7.

If a student violates any other terms and conditions of the scholarship, the scholarship will be suspended or cancelled. The State Government/Union Territory Administration can also directly cancel the award if duly satisfied of the reasons of violation of these regulations governing the scheme.

8.

If a student is found to have obtained a scholarship by false statement/certificates, his/her scholarship will be cancelled forthwith and the amount of the scholarship paid shall be recovered.

9.

The student obtaining benefits under this scholarship scheme shall not be allowed to avail of benefits under any other scholarship scheme for the same purpose.

10. The rules and regulations can be changed at any time by the Government of India.

DOCUMENTS TO BE ENCLOSED WITH THE APPLICATION FOR SCHOLARSHIP: Students should submit the following documents along with the Application Form: 1.

Attested photocopies of certificates of educational qualification (mark sheets) of the previous examination passed.

2.

For employed parents, Gross Annual Income certificate i.e. Form No. 16 Certificate under Section 203 of the Income Tax Act 1961 issued by the employer for the preceding financial year i.e. 1st April to 31st March of the previous year.

3.

For self-employed parents, Annual Income certificate should be on self-certification basis by way of an affidavit on non-judicial stamp paper of Rs. 50.

4.

Attested photocopy of Ration Card as proof of permanent residence.

5.

Attested photocopy of Date of Birth Certificate.

6.

Attested photocopy of College Annual Fee receipt.

7.

Attested photocopy of Aadhar Card.

8.

Affix one recent passport size photograph with signature on the Application Form.

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9.

If a student is residing in a Hostel, he/she should attach a Certificate from the Warden of the Hostel, stating the date of joining the Hostel along with Lodging and Boarding charges.

10. Details of the Savings Bank Account viz. Name of the Bank, Branch, Address and Account number and nine digit MICR code number of the Bank. 11. Minority Community declaration – affidavit on non-judicial stamp paper of Rs. 50/- by the student that he/she belongs to any one of the Minority Communities notified by Central Government. STUDENTS’ COUNCIL (Degree College) 1) There shall be a Students’ Council as specified in The Maharashtra Universities Act, 1994 Section 40 2(b) for each conducted College or Institution of the University and each affiliated College, to look after the welfare of the students and to promote and co-ordinate the extra-curricular activities of different student’s associations for better corporate life. The Council shall not engage in political activities. The Students’ Council for each Institution, conducted College and affiliated College shall consist of the following:— i)

The Principal—Chairman,

ii)

One lecturer, nominated by the Principal,

iii)

Teacher in charge of The National Cadet Corps,

iv)

The National Service Scheme Programme Officer,

v)

One student from each class, who has shown academic merit at the examination held in the preceding year and who is engaged in full-time studies in the College, nominated by the Principal,

vi)

Director of Sports and Physical Education, if any,

vii) One student from each of the following activities, who has shown outstanding performance, nominated by the Principal, namely :1) Sports, 2) National Service Scheme and Adult Education, 3) National Cadet Corps, 4) Cultural Activities. viii) Two lady students nominated by the Principal; 2) The student members of this Council shall elect from amongst themselves the Secretary of the Council.

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PROGRAMS / COURSES OF STUDIES DEGREE COLLEGE FACULTY OF ARTS : F.Y.B.A.: A) COMPULSORY SUBJECTS: (i) Communication Skills in English (ii) Foundation Course – Paper I (Social Awareness and Personality Development) (iii) Marathi or Hindi or *French or *German * Separate fee to be paid. B) OPTIONAL SUBJECTS : Select any ONE SET of the following Subjects: A) Economics

Statistics

Political Science

B) Economics

Statistics

Geography

C) Economics

Statistics

Psychology

D) Economics

Political Science Geography

E) Economics

Political Science History

F) Psychology

Philosophy

Statistics

G) Psychology

Philosophy

History

H) Psychology

Philosophy

Political Science

I) Psychology

Philosophy

Marathi (Literature)

J) Psychology

Philosophy

English (Literature)

K) Marathi (Literature) History

Political Science

L) English (Literature)

Political Science

History

M) Marathi (Literature) Psychology

History

N) English (Literature)

Psychology

History

O) Marathi (Literature) Philosophy

History

P) English (Literature)

Philosophy

History

Q) History

Political Science Philosophy

R) History

Political Science Geography

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S.Y.B.A. : 1) COMPULSORY SUBJECT : Foundation Course – Paper II Scientific Method, Science, Technology & Development. 2) OPTIONAL SUBJECTS: Select the same set of three subjects offered at F.Y.B.A. (2 papers per subject) 3) APPLIED COMPONENT: (Subject will be offered if there is minimum enrolment as per Government Norms) Select any one of the following subjects: i) Mass Communication, ii) Health Psychology, iii) Elementary Quantitative Techniques. T.Y.B.A.:  Students can select either Single Major Subject of six papers or Double Major subjects of three papers each  The Single Major subject offered or the two Double Major subjects have to be among those studied at F.Y./ S.Y. B. A. Select any one of the following subject as Single Major Subject: Single Major Subjects: One subject: (Six papers) 1. Economics with Econometrics 2. Economics with International Economics - Theory & Policy. 3. Marathi Literature 4. Philosophy 5. Psychology 6. English Literature Double Major Subjects: Two subjects : (3 papers each) 1. Economics - Political Science 2. Economics - History 3. Psychology - Philosophy 4. Psychology - Marathi (Lit.) 5. Psychology - English (Lit.) 6. History - English (Lit.) 7. History - Marathi (Lit.) 8. History - Political Science

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FACULTY OF COMMERCE : F.Y.B.Com. : 2 aided divisions & 2 unaided division. Students who get enrolled in unaided divisions will have to pay additional fees. I. II. III. IV. V. VI. VII.

Foundation Course Paper I (Social Awareness and Personality Development) Business Communication Business Economics – Paper I Accountancy and Financial Management – Paper I Environmental Studies Mathematical and Statistical Techniques Commerce – Paper I (Marketing and Finance)

Important Note: The first two divisions are aided divisions; the 3rd division is unaided one. Students who get enrolled in the 3rd division will have to pay additional fees. S.Y.B.Com.: I. Foundation Course (Compulsory) Paper II II. Business Economics – Paper II III. Commerce - Paper II (Business Studies: Business Environment & Development) IV. Business Law V. Advertising (Applied Component – Paper I) VI. Accounting and Financial Management – Paper II T.Y.B.Com.: COMPULSORY SUBJECTS: Paper 1: Marketing & Human Resource Management Paper 2: Business Economics Paper 3: Accountancy Paper I—Financial Accounting & Auditing Paper 4: Accountancy Paper II - Auditing and Costing Account Paper 5: Accountancy Paper III - Introduction to Management Accounting

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APPLIED COMPONENT GROUP: Paper 6 & Paper 7. Following Group of Subjects will be offered if the minimum enrolment is as per Govt. Norms. Select any one of the following groups 1. Direct & Indirect Taxation - Computer System 2. Direct & Indirect Taxation - Export Marketing 3. Direct & Indirect Taxation - Investment Analysis & Portfolio Management FACULTY OF SCIENCE: F.Y.B.Sc.: 1) Compulsory Subject: Foundation Course - Paper I (Social Awareness & Personality Development) 2) Select any ONE of the following Groups: A. Chemistry Physics B. Chemistry Physics C. Chemistry Physics D. Chemistry Botany E. Chemistry Physics F. Maths Statistics G. Physics Mathematics H. Comp. Sc. Physics (unaided)

Mathematics Botany Zoology Zoology Statistics Economics Statistics Maths

S.Y.B.Sc.: 1) Foundation Course (Compulsory) Paper II 2) Select any ONE of the following Groups: (THREE PAPERS EACH ) 1. Chemistry Physics 2. Chemistry Botany 3. Chemistry Zoology 4. Botany Zoology 5. Physics Mathematics 6. Physics Statistics 7. Statistics Mathematics 8. Statistics Economics 9. Comp. Sc. (unaided) Physics 10. Comp. Sc. (unaided) Mathematics

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T.Y.B.Sc.: i) Students can offer any ONE subject of Six papers as Major subject. ii) Subject studied at F.Y.B.Sc. and S.Y.B.Sc. should be offered as a Major subject at T.Y.B.Sc. MAJOR SUBJECTS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Chemistry Physics Mathematics Statistics Botany Zoology Computer Sc. (Unaided)

APPLIED COMPONENT SUBJECTS Heavy and Fine Chemicals Electronics Instrumentation Computer Programming Computer Programming Horticulture Marine Science Web Principles & Technology

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY) [B. Sc. ( I. T. )]: It is a full time three year degree course. The duration of the course is of Six Semesters spread over three years. It is a self-financed (unaided) course. BACHELOR OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES (B.M.S.) : It is a full time three year degree course. The duration of the course is of Six Semesters spread over three years. It is a self-financed (unaided) course. ď‚Ť MASTER OF COMMERCE (Advanced Accountancy) It is a full time two year degree course. It is self-financed (unaided) course. MASTER OF SCIENCE (M.Sc.) : M.Sc. courses are full time two year degree courses. The College offers M.Sc. courses in Chemistry [Organic, Inorganic, Physical, Analytical (self-financed)], Physics (Electronics), Botany (Mycology), Zoology (Marine Zoology), Computer Science (self-financed) and Information Technology (self-financed). Ph.D. : Ph.D. facilities are available in the subjects of Physics, Botany, Chemistry and Zoology.

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ELIGIBILITY FOR ADMISSION For details about Syllabus, Eligibility and Examination rules, please refer to University of Mumbai website -www.mu.ac.in

Admission to Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) Degree Course As per University of Mumbai Circular No. UG/105 of 2004 dated 15.03.2004, a candidate for being eligible for admission to the First Year of the three year integrated course leading to the degree of Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) must have passed the Higher Secondary School Certificate (XIIth Standard) Examination conducted by the different Divisional Boards of Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education with the following subjects: 1. English 2. Any one of the Modern Indian Languages or Modern Foreign Languages or any Classical Language or Information Technology. 3. Any four subjects carrying 100 marks each. OR Must have passed the Higher Secondary School Certificate (XIIth Standard) Examination with Vocational subject conducted by the different Divisional Boards of Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education with the following subjects: 1. English 2. Any one Vocational subject carrying 200 marks prescribed for the Higher Secondary School Certificate (XIIth Standard) Examination from time to time. 3. Any three subjects carrying 100 marks each. OR Must have passed the Higher Secondary School Certificate (XIIth

Standard) Examination with the Minimum Competency based Vocational courses conducted by the different Divisional Boards of Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education with the following subjects: 1. English 2. Any one of the Modern Indian Languages or Modern Foreign Languages or any Classical Language or Information Technology.

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3. 4.

General Foundation Course. Any one subject carrying 300 marks from among the Minimum Competency based Vocational courses prescribed by Higher Secondary Certificate Examination from the time to time. OR Must have passed an Examination of another University or Body Recognized as equivalent thereto. Admission to Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com.) Degree Course As per University of Mumbai Circular No. UG/142 of 2010 dated 1st July 2010, a candidate for being eligible for admission to the First Year of the three year integrated course leading to the degree of Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com.) must have passed the Higher Secondary School Certificate (XIIth Standard) Examination conducted by the different Divisional Boards of Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education. OR Must have passed the Higher Secondary School Certificate (XIIth

Standard) Examination with Vocational subject minimum compentency based vocational course conducted by the different Divisional Boards of Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education. OR Must have passed an examination of another University or Body Recognized as equivalent to Higher Secondary School Certificate Std. (XII) Examination. Admission to Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) Degree Course As per University of Mumbai Circular No. UG/394 of 2004 dated 06.09.2004, a candidate for being eligible for admission to the First Year of the three year integrated course leading to the degree of Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) must have passed the Higher Secondary School Certificate (XIIth Standard) Examination conducted by the different Divisional Boards of Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education with the following subjects: A. SCIENCE STREAM (GENERAL) : 1. English (Higher or Lower level) carrying 100 marks. 2. Any one of the Modern Indian Languages or Modern Foreign Languages or any Classical Language or Information Technology carrying 100 marks.

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3.

Any four subjects from among the subjects mentioned below carrying a total of 400 marks: Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Mathematics and Statistics, Geography, Economics, Geology, Psychology. OR 3. Any three subjects from among the subjects mentioned below carrying a total of 300 marks: Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Mathematics and Statistics, Geography, Economics, Geology, Psychology, and 4. Any one optional subject carrying 100 marks as prescribed for HSC (XIIth Standard) Examination. OR B. VOCATIONAL STREAM: Must have passed the Higher Secondary School Certificate (XIIth Standard) Examination with Vocational subjects conducted by the different Divisional Boards of Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education with the following subjects: 1. English (Higher or Lower level) carrying 100 marks. 2. Any one vocational subject carrying 200 marks prescribed for the Higher Secondary School Certificate (XIIth Standard) Examination under the Technical, Commerce, Agriculture, Catering & Food Technology or Fisheries Groups. 3. Any three subjects from among the subjects mentioned below carrying a total of 300 marks: Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Mathematics and Statistics. OR MCVC STREAM: Must have passed the Higher Secondary School Certificate (XIIth Standard) Examination with the Minimum Competency based Vocational courses conducted by the different Divisional Boards of Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education with the following subjects: 1. English (Higher or Lower level) carrying 100 marks. 2. Any one of the Modern Indian Languages or Modern Foreign Languages or any Classical Language or Information Technology carrying 100 marks. 3. General Foundation Course carrying 100 marks. 4. Any three subjects of the Minimum Competency Vocational subjects carrying 300 marks prescribed for the Higher Secondary School Certificate (XIIth Standard) Examination under Engineering

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& Technology, Agriculture, Catering & Food Technology, Fisheries or Para-Medical Groups. Further that the students, passing the HSC (XII th Standard) Examination with the MCVC stream shall be eligible of admission to the F.Y.B.Sc. for certain subject combinations only depending on their Minimum Competency Vocational subjects of the MCVC stream as specified in the following Table: MCVC Group

Any three of the following subjects can be offered at F.Y.B.Sc. in our College.

1.

Engineering & Technology Group

Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Statistics,

2.

Agriculture, Fisheries, Para-Medical or Catering & Food Technology Groups.

Chemistry, Botany, Zoology.

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OR D. Must have passed an examination of another University or Body Recognized as equivalent thereto. OR E. Must have at least passed the Second Year Examination of the Post S.S.C. (Xth Standard) Three Year Engineering Diploma Course or the 4th Semester of Six Semester Engineering Diploma Course conducted by / approved by / recognized by / affiliated to the Maharashtra Board of Technical Education of another Body/Board recognized as equivalent thereto. These students of Engineering Diploma Courses shall be eligible to offer any three of the following subjects for admission to the F.Y.B.Sc.: Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Statistics, Economics, Computer Science, Information Technology. Admission to Bachelor of Science (Computer Science) Degree Course As per the University of Mumbai Circular No. UG/284 of 2007 dated 16.06.2007, following is the Ordinance 5719 relating to the eligibility for admission to the First Year of the Bachelor of Science (Computer Science) Degree course:

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0.5719: A candidate for being eligible for admission to the First year of the three year integrated course leading to the Degree of Bachelor of Science (Computer Science) [B.Sc. (Computer Science)] must have passed Higher Secondary School Certificate examination (XIIth Standard) in Science Stream conducted by the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education with Mathematics and Statistics as one of subject or its equivalent. Admission will be on merit, based on order of preference as follows: 1. Aggregate Marks at H.S.C. or equivalent. 2. Aggregate Marks in Science Group (Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics) 3. Marks in Mathematics and Statistics and Physics. 4. Marks in Mathematics and Statistics. This is a self-financed course.

DEGREE COLLEGE Amended R8435 Revised Scheme of Examination

Faculty of Arts (Undergraduate Programmes) Credit Based Evaluation System Scheme of Examination The performance of the learners shall be evaluated into two components. The learner’s performance shall be assessed by Internal Assessment with 25% marks in the first component by conducting the Semester End Examinations with 75% marks in the second component. The allocation of marks for the Internal Assessment and Semester End Examinations are shown below:a) Internal Assessment – 25% Sr. No. 1 2

Particulars

25 Marks Marks

One periodical class test* 20 Marks Active participation in routine class instructional 05 Marks deliveries and overall conduct as a responsible learner, mannerism and articulation and exhibit of leadership qualities in organizing related academic activities

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b) Semester End Examinations – 75% 75 Marks i) Duration–These examinations shall be of 2.5 Hours duration. ii) Theory question paper pattern  There shall be five questions each of 15 marks.  All questions shall be compulsory with internal choice within the questions.  Question may be subdivided into sub-questions a, b, c… and the allocation of marks depends on the weightage of the topic. Passing Standard The learners to pass a course shall have to obtain a minimum of 40% marks in aggregate for each course where the course consists of Internal Assessment and Semester End Examination. The learners shall obtain minimum of 40% marks (i.e. 10 out of 25) in the Internal Assessment and 40% marks in Semester End Examination (i.e. 30 out of 75) separately, to pass the course and minimum of Grade E, wherever applicable, to pass a particular semester. A learner will be said to have passed the course if the learner passes the Internal Assessment and Semester End Examination together. *Note: 1. Question Paper Pattern for Periodical Class Test for Courses at UG Programmes Written Class Test (20 Marks) 1. Match the Column / Fill in the Blanks / Multiple Choice Questions (½ Marks each) 05 Marks 2. Answer in One or Two Lines (Concept based Questions) (1 Mark each) 05 Marks 3. Answer in Brief (Attempt Any Two of the Three) (5 Marks each) 10 Marks 2.

Question Paper Pattern for Periodical Class Test for Courses at PG Programmes No specific question paper pattern for PG programmes. It may be finalized by college proportionate to the nature of the programme/ course.

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Faculty of Commerce (Undergraduate Programmes) Credit Based Evaluation System Scheme of Examination The performance of the learners will be evaluated in two components. One component will be the Internal Assessment component carrying 25% marks and the second component will be the Semester-wise End Examination component carrying 75% marks. The allocation of marks for the Internal Assessment and Semester End Examinations will be as shown below:a) Internal Assessment – 25% 25 Marks For Courses without Practical Sr. No. 1 2

Particulars

Marks

One class test / case study / online examination to be conducted in the given semester* 20 Marks Active participation in routine class instructional 05 Marks deliveries and overall conduct as a responsible learner, mannerism and articulation and exhibit of leadership qualities in organizing related academic activities

For Courses with Practical Sr. No. 1

2

Particulars

Marks

Semester End Practical Examination 20 Marks Journal ................................................... 05 Marks Viva ........................................................ 05 Marks Laboratory Work .................................. 10 Marks Active participation in routine class instructional 05 Marks deliveries and overall conduct as a responsible learner, mannerism and articulation and exhibit of leadership qualities in organizing related academic activities

b) Semester End Examinations – 75% 75 Marks i) Duration–These examinations shall be of 2.5 Hours duration. ii) Theory question paper pattern  There shall be five questions each of 15 marks.

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 

All questions shall be compulsory with internal choice within the questions. Question may be subdivided into sub-questions a, b, c… and the allocation of marks depends on the weightage of the topic.

Passing Standard The learners to pass a course shall have to obtain a minimum of 40% marks in aggregate for each course where the course consists of Internal Assessment and Semester End Examination. The learners shall obtain minimum of 40% marks (i.e. 10 out of 25) in the Internal Assessment and 40% marks in Semester End Examination (i.e. 30 out of 75) separately, to pass the course and minimum of Grade E, wherever applicable, to pass a particular semester. A learner will be said to have passed the course if the learner passes the Internal Assessment and Semester End Examination together. *Note: 1. Question Paper Pattern for Periodical Class Test for Courses at UG Programmes Written Class Test (20 Marks) 1. Match the Column / Fill in the Blanks / Multiple Choice Questions (½ Marks each) 05 Marks 2. Answer in One or Two Lines (Concept based Questions) (1 Mark each) 05 Marks 3. Answer in Brief (Attempt Any Two of the Three) (5 Marks each) 10 Marks 2.

Question Paper Pattern for Periodical Class Test for Courses at PG Programmes No specific question paper pattern for PG programmes. It may be finalized by college proportionate to the nature of the programme/ course.

Faculty of Science (Undergraduate Programmes) Credit Based Evaluation System Scheme of Examination The performance of the learners shall be evaluated into two components. The learner’s performance shall be assessed by Internal Assessment with 25% marks in the first component by conducting the Semester End Examinations with 75% marks in the second component. The allocation of marks for the Internal Assessment and Semester End

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Examinations areas shown below:a) Internal Assessment – 25% Sr. No.

Particulars

25 Marks Marks

1 2

One periodical class test* 20 Marks Active participation in routine class instructional 05 Marks deliveries and overall conduct as a responsible learner, mannerism and articulation and exhibit of leadership qualities in organizing related academic activities b) Semester End Examinations – 75% 75 Marks i) Duration–These examinations shall be of 2.5 Hours duration. ii) Theory question paper pattern  There shall be five questions each of 15 marks.  All questions shall be compulsory with internal choice within the questions.  Question may be subdivided into sub-questions a, b, c… and the allocation of marks depends on the weightage of the topic. Passing Standard The learners to pass a course shall have to obtain a minimum of 40% marks in aggregate for each course where the course consists of Internal Assessment and Semester End Examination. The learners shall obtain minimum of 40% marks (i.e. 10 out of 25) in the Internal Assessment and 40% marks in Semester End Examination (i.e. 30 out of 75) separately, to pass the course and minimum of Grade E, wherever applicable, to pass a particular semester. A learner will be said to have passed the course if the learner passes the Internal Assessment and Semester End Examination together. *Note: 1. Question Paper Pattern for Periodical Class Test for Courses at UG Programmes Written Class Test (20 Marks) 1. Match the Column / Fill in the Blanks / Multiple Choice Questions (½ Marks each) 05 Marks 2. Answer in One or Two Lines (Concept based Questions) (1 Mark each) 05 Marks 3. Answer in Brief (Attempt Any Two of the Three) (5 Marks each) 10 Marks

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2.

Question Paper Pattern for Periodical Class Test for Courses at PG Programmes No specific question paper pattern for PG programmes. It may be finalized by college proportionate to the nature of the programme/ course. Note : As per previous ordinance there will not be any internal examination for practicals. Note : It is noted that the Amended Regulation 8435 is to be implemented to all Semesters, i.e. Semester I to Semester VI to all Undergraduate programmes, simultaneously, under faculty of Arts, Commerce and Science from the academic year 2014 – 2015.

CARRY FORWARD OF THE MARKS IN CASE IF THE LEARNER GETS ‘F’GRADE IN ONE OR MORE SUBJECTS: 1) A learner who PASSES in the Internal Examination but FAILS in the Semester End Examination of the course shall reappear for the additional Semester End Examination of that course. However his/her marks of the Internal Examinations shall be carried over and he/she shall be entitled for grade obtained by him/her on passing. 2) A learner who PASSES in the Semester End Examination but FAILS in the Internal Assessment of the course shall reappear for the Internal Examination- it will consist of one project of 40 marks which will be divided into 20 marks for the documentation of the project, 10 marks for the presentation and 10 marks for the viva and the interaction. OR for subjects with Practical/fieldwork, the examinations will consist of practical examination of 40 marks which will be divided into 20 marks for the laboratory work, 10 marks for the Viva Examination and 10 marks for the Journal. However his/her marks of the Semester End Examination shall be carried over and he/she shall be entitled for grade obtained by him/ her on passing. ALLOWED TO KEEP TERMS (ATKT): ATKT for Faculties of Arts & Commerce is read as under:a. A learner shall be allowed to keep term for Semester II irrespective of number of heads of failure in the Semester I.

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b.

A learner shall be allowed to keep term for Semester III if he/she passes each of Semester I & Semester II OR A learner who fails in not more than four courses of Semester I and Semester II taken together with not more than two courses each in semester I & II. c. A learner shall be allowed to keep term for Semester IV irrespective of number of heads of failure in Semester III. However, the learner shall pass each course of Semester I and Semester II in order to appear for Semester IV. d. A learner shall be allowed to keep term for Semester V if he/she passes Semester I, Semester II, Semester III and Semester IV OR A learner shall pass Semester I and Semester II and fails in not more than four courses of Semester III and Semester IV taken together with not more than two courses each in sem. III & Sem. IV e. A learner shall be allowed to keep term for Semester VI irrespective of number of heads of failure in the Semester V. However, the learner shall pass each course of Semester III and Semester IV in order to appear for Semester VI. f. The result of Semester VI shall be kept in abeyance until the learner passes each of Semester I, Semester II, Semester III, Semester IV and Semester V. ATKT for Faculty of Science is read as under:i) A learner shall be allowed to keep term for Semester II irrespective of grades obtained in each course of Semester I. ii) A learner shall be allowed to keep term for Semester III if he/she passes (grade E’ or above in each course) each of Semester I and Semester II OR He/she fails in not more than three courses, in each of Semester-I and Semester II (For all Science Programmes, carrying total 900 or more marks). He/she fails in not more than three courses with not more than total 200 marks, in each of Semester I and Semester II. (For all Science Programmes, carrying less than total 900 marks.) iii) A learner shall be allowed to keep term for Semester IV irrespective of grades obtained in each course of Semester III. However learner has to pass either of Semester I or Semester II in order to appear for Semester IV

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iv) A learner shall be allowed to keep term for Semester V if he/she passes Semester I, Semester II, Semester III and Semester IV OR He/she has passed Semester I and Semester II and fails in not more than three courses in each of Semester III and Semester IV. (For all Science programmes, carrying total 900 or more marks). He/she has passed Semester I and Semester II and fails in not more than three courses with not more than total 200 marks, in each of Semester III and Semester IV. (For all Science Programmes, carrying less than total 900 marks.) v) A learner shall be allowed to keep terms for Semester VI irrespective of grades obtained in each course of Semester V. vi) The result of Semester VI shall be kept in abeyance until the learner passes each of Semester I, Semester II, Semester III, Semester IV and Semester V.

Additional Examinations A) INTERNAL ASSESSMENT: Eligibility norms to appear for the additional class test or assignment or project for learners who remained absent:a) The learner must apply to the Head of the Institution giving the reason(s) for absence within 8 days of the conduct of the examination along with the necessary documents and testimonials. b) If the learner is absent for participation in Inter Collegiate events, State or National or International level events, Training camp or coaching camp organized by authorized university or state or national or international bodies, NSS / NCC Events / Camps / cultural activities / sports activities / research festival or any other activities authenticated by the head of the institution, the head of the Institution shall generally grant permission to the learner to appear for the additional class test or assignment. B) SEMESTER END EXAMINATIONS ELIGIBILITY TO APPEAR FOR ADDITIONAL SEMESTER END EXAMINATION: A learner who does not appear i.e. remains absent in some or all the courses on medical grounds or for representing the college / university in sports, cultural activities, activities of NSS, NCC or sports training camps conducted by recognized bodies / competent authorities or for any other reason which is considered valid under

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exceptional circumstances and to the satisfaction of the Principal or the Head of the Institute OR fails in some or all the subjects is eligible to appear for the additional examination. A learner who does not appear for both the Internal Assessment and Semester End Examination shall not be eligible to appear for the additional Semester End Examination. The learner who has failed in the Semester End Examination and/ or in the additional examination shall be allowed to appear for the ATKT examination which will be conducted for the same semester of the next academic year The additional Semester End Examination shall be of two hours duration and of 60 marks per course. The learner shall appear for the course of the Semester End Examination for which he/she was absent or has failed. Learners who are punished under O.5050 (12) (1) can appear for this additional examination, but Learners who are punished under O.5050 (12) (2) to O.5050 (12) (12) are not eligible to appear for this additional examination.

Calculations of GPA & SGPA Grade Point Average (SGPA Calculation) Semester Grade point Average (SGPA):- It is the summation of product of Credit Points and Grade Points divided by the summation of Credits of all Courses. ΣCG SGPA = ———— for a semester. ΣC Where G is grade and C is credit for Course. Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) for the Entire Course ΣCG ΣCG CGPA = ———— for all semesters taken together. ΣC ΣC The total credits cover the core, elective, field work or extension activities, soft skills etc. GPA is calculated at the end of each term after grades have been processed and after any grade have been updated or changed. Same criteria are to be followed for Individual assignment / Quizzes / Test / Unit Test / Tutorials / Practical / Projects/ Seminar. The teacher should convert his/ her marking in to the quality points and letter grade.

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PERFORMANCE GRADING The PERFORMANCE GRADING of the learners shall be on the SEVEN point ranking system as under:

•

Grade

Marks

Grade Points

O A B C D E F

70 & above 60 to 69.99 55 to 59.99 50 to 54.99 45 to 49.99 40 to 44.99 (Fail) 39.99 & below

7 6 5 4 3 2 1

The performance grading shall be based on the aggregate performance of Internal Assessment and Semester End Examination. Gracing: Gracing shall be carried out as per the existing Ordinances of the University of Mumbai. Verification : There will be facility of Verification of marks at the F.Y., S.Y., B.A., B.Sc., and B.Com. Examinations conducted in the College. Verification includes correction of mistakes in transfer of entries, totaling and correction for unassessed part of answer, if any. In the event of any discrepancy noted rectification will be effected. Verification does not include reassessment. Exemption : An unsuccessful student who obtains the minimum percentage of marks prescribed for passing in a Subject/Practical may, at his/her option be exempted from appearing in that Subject/ Practical at his/ her subsequent appearance and will be declared to have passed the whole Examination on his/her passing in the remaining Subjects/Practicals in which he/she has failed. Ex-Students : Students who have been declared failed at the Examination or who have been Allowed To Keep Terms (ATKT) for the higher class shall appear as Ex-student for the Annual Examination held by the College.

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Annual Examination : (For Old Course Students Only) A. Eligibility to appear at the Annual Examination : A student, who has failed or is Allowed To Keep Terms (ATKT) for higher class is eligible to appear at the Annual Examination. B. Nature of Annual Examination : The Annual Examination will be of three hours duration and of 100 marks per Paper/Subject where there are no Practicals and of two hours duration and of 60 marks per Paper/Subject where there are Practicals. The paper shall be drawn over the entire syllabus and will be divided into two sections viz. Section I based on portion of syllabus taught in the First Term and Section II based on portion of syllabus taught in the Second Term. There will be two Annual Examinations in an academic year, one before the end of the First Term and other before the end of the Second Term.

ORDINANCE REGARDING AWARD OF 10 GRACE MARKS TO STUDENTS FOR PARTICIPATION IN ANY ONE OF THE VARIOUS EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: 0.229: Candidates appearing for any of the University Examination/ Examinations conducted by the Colleges on behalf of the University shall be eligible for the award of maximum 10 grace marks at their option, wherever necessary in addition to the marks secured in each Head of passing for participation in any one of the activities mentioned below: 1.

Students who have enrolled as members of the N.C.C. and have satisfactorily completed the N.C.C. training programme during the academic year, as certified by the Principal/Commanding Officer of their respective College, OR

(ii) Students who have participated in the N.S.S. programme and have satisfactorily completed at least 120 hours of Social Service comprising the time spent in at least two types of projects as certified by the Principal of their respective College and forwarded by the N.S.S. Programme Coordinator, OR (iii) Students who are one of the members of the team/s reaching the Quarter final stage at intercollegiate sports competitions or have secured one of the eight places in order of merit in individual sport event conducted by the University or have represented the University in sport events either at the Inter State or at Zonal level or at National level or at International level and have produced

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the necessary certificate from the Principal of their respective College and forwarded by Head of the concerned Section, OR (iv) Students who are members of team/s securing first three positions in cultural group events or have secured one of the first three places in individual cultural events or whose performance have been adjudged best as an Actor/Actress, Music Director, Lighting/ Sound effect operator, Author, Choreographer, or as Director in Group events conducted at the Intercollegiate cultural competition organized by the University, or have represented the University in any of the cultural events either at the State level or at the Zonal level or at the National level or at the International level in the same academic year as certified by the Principal of their respective college and forwarded by Head of the concerned Section, OR (v) Students who are members of the Students’ councils constituted under Section 40 (2) (a) or Section 40 (2) (b) or under Section 40 (4) of the Maharashtra Universities Act 1994, and have actively participated in various schemes, programs and attended functions of the University during that academic year, as recommended by the Principal of the concerned College and certified by the Director of Students Welfare. 229-A: Students participating in the Extension Work activities organized by the Department of Lifelong Learning and Extension are entitled to the benefit of 10 grace marks on satisfactorily completion of 120 hours of work, except for Industry Orientation Project, where the minimum requirement is 240 hours of work, under various Extension Work Projects. The benefit of 10 grace marks to candidates would be available only in any one of the activities mentioned above, at their option subject to their fulfilling following conditions: 2. That they are appearing for any University Examination except the Examinations having point system of evaluation for the first time. 3. That in case of failure in one or more Heads of passing an Examination, the benefit of grace marks shall be granted to the extent of 5% of the maximum marks allotted to the Head of passing the concerned subject. 4. That the grace marks will be granted for the purpose of claiming exemptions in a subject/s, provided it shall not exceed 5% of the maximum marks allotted to a subject. 5. That the maximum of 10 grace marks shall be granted for the purpose of enabling a candidate for the award of class and or distinction in the Examination.

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6.

That maximum 10 grace marks will be added to the grand total, if the benefit of grace marks is not claimed in any of the above (2) to (4) conditions. 7. That if the examination is conducted in semester and the marks of the two semesters are clubbed, the question of grant of 10 grace marks in odd semester under this Ordinance shall be considered at their option to students if they prove merit only in that particular odd semester in activities mentioned above and comply with all such conditions stipulated therefore, else the same shall be granted in even semester examination of that academic year. 8. That the grace marks under this Ordinance will not be counted for the award of scholarships, prizes and medals or any other awards. 9. That the rules relating to gracing under this Ordinance shall be applied first and the same shall separately be shown in the marks sheet of the candidates. 10. That the University authorities may consider withholding of any of the aforesaid benefit or to consider any of the merit/work of the candidates null and void if, in the option of duly constituted Disciplinary Committee, such an action is felt necessary, and communicated to University through the Principal/Head of the Department.

REVALUATION OF ANSWER BOOKS As per the directions of the Honourable Vice – Chancellor, University of Mumbai, vide letter No. Exam./Photo & Rev. / College / VCD / 4637 of 2010 following are the extracts of Rules and Procedure for providing of Photo copies of assessed answer book/s to the examinee & Process of Revaluation of the Answer - book/s of the examinee who apply for the revaluation. 1.

Applying for Photocopy of answer book and applying for Revaluation will be two independent processes.

2.

Applying for the Photocopy of the answer book or having Photocopy of the answer book shall not be a pre-requisite for applying for revaluation of the answer book in the said subject. The student can independently apply for revaluation OR Photocopy OR both simultaneously.

3.

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PART - I Extracts of the Rules and Procedure for providing the Photocopy /ies of assessed answer-book/s. 1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

The facility of obtaining Photocopy/ies of assessed and/or moderated answer book/s by the examinee is extended with a view to bring transparency in the examinations system and ensure its credibility. This facility, thus provided, shall be for theory papers only of all the examinations conducted by the college / institution on behalf of the University in the current session. Under these rules applying for the Photocopy/ies of answer-books shall not be permitted in respect of the scripts of practical examination / term-work / sessional work / project work / dissertation / internal assessment / term work (including theory part) and in Viva voce / oral / practical examinations. However within seven (7) working days from the date of declaration of the results or on issue of the statement of marks by the college the candidate shall be allowed to apply in the prescribed format for the head wise internal split of his marks obtained at such examinations along with payment of non-refundable fee of Rs. 100/- by cash or D.D. drawn in favour of the Principal of the respective college from where the candidate has registered for the said course; and the provisions of Rule 10 to Rule 24 shall be applicable mutatis mutandis to the extent they shall be applicable for supply of the head wise internal split of the marks, except that of applying for revaluation. The Photocopy/ies shall be sought by submission of application in the prescribed form along with the non-refundable fee of Rs. 100/- per answer book by the examinee. The said fee shall be remitted by cash or by D.D. drawn in favour of the Principal of respective college to which the candidate has registered for the said course. The examinee’s belonging to reserved categories shall be granted 50% concession in fee. The prescribed application form for obtaining Photocopy/ies of answer book shall have to be filled and signed by the applicant examinee only and shall be submitted to the respective college / institution to which the candidate has registered for the said course within seven (7) working days from the date of the declaration of result of the examination or issue of statement of marks by the college / institution, whichever is later.

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6.

Incomplete application form shall be rejected without assigning any reason whatsoever and the fees paid along with the application form shall neither be refunded not will any representation be entertained. Note : a) It will also be the responsibility of the student to collect the statement of Marks from the college and apply for Photocopy/ies or/and revaluation within stipulated time. b) No application after the due date will be entertained on any ground whatsoever. 7. The Photocopy/ies shall be handed over to the applicant examinee in person only and under no circumstances to any other person. 8. While obtaining the Photocopy/ies from such respective college the applicant examinee shall have to produce the original receipt of submission of application form and to establish his/her identity, to the Principal or the Officer of the college authorized by him. 9. On receipt of Photocopy/ies the applicant examinee shall be the sole custodian of it and under any circumstances the examinee shall not part with the custody/possession of the same and also shall not use the same for any other purpose/s. 10. The Photocopy/ies so obtained by the examinee shall be of his/ her exclusive and relevant use. Neither the said examinee nor any other person can use the said copy to dispute or challenge the quality of assessment or quantum of marks assigned to the answers therein. 11. If the examinee is found guilty of indulging in any unfair act/attempt he/she shall be liable to be tried before the Unfair Means Inquiry Committee of the college and the decision taken by the authorities based on the recommendation of the said committee shall be final. 12. If his/her indulgence commission in unfair act/attempt is proved, the examinee shall be liable for the punishment ranging from : (i) cancellation of his/her marks in the said subject, either originally granted or granted on revaluation as the case may be, (ii) annulment of examination’s for a stipulated period of maximum up to 5 examinations, (iii) cancellation of his/her result of the examination etc. 13. On receipt of the photocopy if the discrepancy of following nature is noticed by the examinee, he should apply to the Principal in the prescribed form along with the said photocopy and copy of the

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question paper within three (3) working days from the date of publication of the notice by the Principal of the respective college as per the provisions hereinabove. i) Mistake in totalling. ii) Non assessment of a question / sub-question, if required. After due verification, the Principal of respective college shall make necessary rectification in the marks allotted to the said subject and consequently in the result of the candidate without charging any further fee for the necessary rectification. 14. On rectification of the result as per the provisions above, the candidate can apply for revaluation within seven (7) working days from the date of receipt of the rectified result, if he/she was not eligible to apply for revaluation of the said answer book under Rule 29 herein below mentioned and only by such rectification becomes eligible for revaluation in the said subject, subject to other limitations contained herein. 15. The examinee is free to apply for Photocopy/ies of answer books of as many subject as he/she so desire.

1.

2.

3.

4.

PART - II Extracts of the Rules and Procedure for the Revaluation of the answer-book/s If the examinee is not satisfied with the marks awarded, he/she may independently apply for revaluation to the college in the prescribed form with the period and in the manner prescribed hereinafter, whether or not he/she has applied for Photo/ Photocopy/ies of the same to the college. This revaluation facility shall be for theory papers only of all the examinations conducted by the college on behalf of the University for the respective current session. The revaluation of answer books shall not be permitted in respect of the marks awarded to the scripts of practical examination / term work / sessional work / project work / dissertation / internal assessment / term work (including theory part) and in viva voce / oral / practical examinations in the college. A candidate can apply for the revaluation of the answer book of the subject only if he/she has secured at least 20% of the total marks in that subject or 40% of the marks required for passing in

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5.

6.

7.

8.

the said subject, whichever is less or the grade equivalent to the above criteria where grades are assigned to the theory papers. The prescribed application form for revaluation of answer book can be obtained from the office of the respective college to which the candidate has registered for the said course in the current session. The non-refundable prescribed fees of Rs. 500/- per subject per answer book for the purpose of revaluation shall be paid by the examinee. The said fee shall be remitted by cash or by D.D. drawn in favour of the Principal of respective college to which the candidate has registered for the said course in the current session. The examinees from the reserved categories shall be given fifty per cent (50%) concession, provided a certified copy of the caste certificate is enclosed. The prescribed application form for revaluation of answer book duly filled in and signed by the applicant examinee only is to be submitted to the concerned college office along with the statement of marks, prescribed fees as above and question paper’s for which he/she intends to apply for revaluation, within seven (6) working days from the date of the declaration of result of the respective examination or from the date on which the college issued the statement of marks, whichever is later. Incomplete form and form not accompanied by relevant documents may be rejected without assigning any reason whatsoever. Effect shall be given to the change in original marks on revaluation, as under i) The marks obtained after revaluation shall be accepted by the Principal of the respective college, if the marks assigned to a paper as a result of revaluation increase or decrease in revaluation by ten percent (10%) or more than the mark originally obtained by the candidate in the paper without any grace, and in such case, the marks originally obtained by the candidate in the paper shall be treated as null and void and the marks obtained by the candidate after revaluation shall be accepted as the marks obtained in that paper. For the purpose of computing the ten percent (10%) difference in marks, fractions shall be ignored. Notwithstanding what is stated above, the marks obtained after revaluation shall be accepted by the Principal of the

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respective College, if the candidate gets benefit of passing the subject/examination or change of class or grade in that paper or in the overall result at the said examination with or without grace marks under the provisions of relevant Ordinances or as resolved by the examiners in the said subject. ii) The revised marks obtained by a candidate after revaluation, as accepted by the Principal of the respective college shall be taken into account for the purpose of amendment of his results only and the said result shall be communicated to the student/ s by the Principal of the respective college. 9. The answer books already revalued shall not be moderated or further revaluated, unless so directed by the Vice-Chancellor, in exceptional cases. 10. The whole process of revaluation shall be completed as far as possible within a period of thirty (30) days from the date of receipt of the application for revaluation by the college/institution. 11. The photo copy /copies of the revaluated answer-book /s shall not be provided to the Examinees. 12. Pending the process of revaluation, and subject to the availability of the seats in the college, the student may be admitted to the next higher class to which he could have been admitted if he/she had passed in the said examination or had been granted A.T.K.T. for admission to the next class in the original examination as per the rules applicable for the stream and faculty of his education, as per the following norms :i) The student may be admitted to the next higher class to which he could have been admitted if he/she had passed in the said examination or had been granted A.T.K.T. for admission to the next class in the original examination as per the rules applicable for the stream and faculty if he/she had originally obtained required passing marks in the papers in which he/ she had applied for revaluation. ii) The college shall be entitled to charge fee of Rs. 500/- at the time of granting admission to such students to the next class before declaration of the result of the revaluation. iii) Such admission shall be provisional; and automatically stands cancelled on receipt of the result of revaluation process, if the student is not declared passed in the requisite number

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of the subjects on revaluation which would entitle him/her to take admission in the next higher class, and in such case the fees originally collected by the college or any part of the same shall not be refunded. 13. In case if the student is declared to have passed in the requisite number of the subjects on revaluation which would entitle him/ her to take admission in the next higher class as per the Ordinances/ regulations, the provisional admission will be regularized i) In case of the reserved category students or other students who are entitled to get fee concession, on appropriating the amount equal to the amount of fees which the college can collect from the student and the balance amount shall be refunded to the student at the time of confirmation and continuation of his/her admission. ii) In case of other students, the said amount shall be deducted from the total fees which the college or the institution is entitled to collect from the student as per the rules applicable. 14. Pending the declaration of the result of the revaluation, the students who have taken admission to next higher class, as mentioned above, shall be allowed to appear at the examination to the next class and their results of the next examinations shall be declared only on their passing in the requisite number of the subjects on revaluation which would entitle them to take admission in the next class; and in case the students does not succeed in passing in such requisite number of subjects, their admission to the examinations of the next class, their performance and results of the same shall be treated as null and void. This VCD shall come into force with immediate effect i.e. from the examination of First Half 2010 and shall remain in force till new rules and regulations in pursuant to the subject matters dealt with in this VCD are made by the appropriate authorities.

SELF-FINANCED COURSES Admission to Bachelor of Science (Information Technology) Degree Course As per the University of Mumbai Circular No. UG/283 of 2007 dated 16.06.2007, following are the Ordinances 5051 and 5053 relating to the eligibility for admission to the B.Sc. (I. T.) Degree course:

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0.5051: 1. A candidate for being eligible for admission to the First Year of the Degree course of Bachelor of Science (Information Technology) [B.Sc.(I. T.)], shall have passed XIIth Standard examination of the Maharashtra Board of Higher Secondary Education or its equivalent with Mathematic and Statistics as one of the subject and should have secured not less than 45% marks in aggregate for open category and 40% marks in aggregate in case of reserved category candidates. 2. Candidates who have passed Diploma [Three years after S.S.C. (Xth) Standard] in Information Technology / Computer Technology / Computer Engineering / Computer Science / Electrical, Electronics and Video Engineering and Allied Branches / Mechanical and Allied Branches / Civil and Allied branches are eligible for direct admission to the Second Year of the B.Sc. (I. T.) Degree course. However, the Diploma should be recognized by the Board of Technical Education or any other recognized Government Body. Minimum marks required 45% aggregate for open category candidates and 40% aggregate for reserved category candidates. OR Candidates with post H. S. C. -Diploma in Information Technology / Computer Technology / Computer Engineering / Computer Science and Allied branches will be eligible for direct admission to the Second Year of B.Sc. (I. T.). However, the Diploma should be recognized by the Board of Technical Education or any other recognized Government Body. Minimum Marks required 45% aggregate for open category candidates and 40% aggregate for reserved category candidates. 0.5053: 1. No common entrance test will be conducted. 2. Admission will be on merit, based on order of preference as follows: i) Marks in Mathematics and Statistics at H.S.C. or equivalent. ii) Aggregate Marks at H.S.C. (XIIth Standard) or equivalent. iii) Aggregate Marks at S.S.C. (Xth Standard). R 4411 - Passing Standards 1. A student is said to have passed if he / she secures 40% of marks allotted in each head of passing. Theory of 100 marks

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and (Term Work / Practical / Tutorial of 50 marks) are treated as separate heads of passing. 2.

A student is said to have passed a Semester if he / she passes in all heads of passing of the semester.

3.

A student is eligible to be admitted to Semester II irrespective of Number of heads of failure in the First Semester.

4.

A student is eligible for admission to Semester III if either the student passes Semester I & Semester II OR The student fails in a combination of Theory and/or Practical taken in Semester I or Semester II or together where the total marks does not exceed 200.

5.

A student is eligible for admission to Semester IV irrespective of Number of heads of failure in Semester III. However, the student has to clear Semester I and II, in order to appear for Semester IV examination.

6.

A student is eligible for admission to Semester V if either the student passes Semester III and IV OR The student fails in a combination of Theory and/or Practical taken in Semester III or Semester IV or together, where the total marks does not exceed 200.

7.

A student is eligible for admission to Semester VI irrespective of number of heads of failure in Semester V. The results of VI should be kept in abeyance until the student clears Semesters III, IV and V in full.

8.

The class is awarded Semester wise for Semesters I, II, III & IV. However, Semesters V and VI will be taken together for award of class i.e. in final year. 1.

Award of class is based on first attempt and all papers given in the same sitting.

2.

Students passing in parts will be awarded Pass class irrespective of the cumulative percentage of marks. Master of Science (Information Technology)

As per the University of Mumbai Circular No. UG/471 of 2009, Dated 12th December June, 2009, the eligibility for the admission to (M.Sc.) is as follows.

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All the admissions will be on merit (i.e. percentage of aggregate marks secured for the qualifying examination). Reservation criteria shall be followed as prescribed by the Government at the time of admission. The candidate must have passed B.Sc. degree in Information Technology of University of Mumbai or any recognized Universities, With minimum 45 percent of marks. OR B.Sc. in Computer Science/BCS with minimum 45 % marks. OR B.E. degree in any branch with minimum 45% marks OR B.Sc. (Mathematics) with minimum 45% marks OR B.Sc. (Physics) with minimum 45% marks OR B.Sc. (Statistics) with minimum 45% marks OR B.Sc.(Electronics) with minimum 45% marks With mathematics as one of the subjects at 10+2 or its equivalent examination. Further, 15 percent of the seats out of the sanctioned capacity if to utilized for the above said admission. Master of Science (M.Sc.) Computer Science As per the University of Mumbai Circular No. UG/343 of 2011, Dated 10th October, 2011, the ordinance applicable for the eligibility for the admission to (M.Sc.) Computer Science O.2441: A candidate for being eligible for admission to the M.Sc. Degree course in the branch of Computer Science must have passed the B.Sc. (Old course) degree examination with the following combination of subjects: PRINCIPAL SUBSIDIARY Mathematics (Revised course) ----OR Physics Mathematics OR Statistics Mathematics OR The Bachelor of Engineering (B.E.) degree examination.

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Candidates who have passed the B.Sc. (three year integrated course) degree examination of this University (or an examination of another University recognized as equivalent thereto) with the following combination of subjects will be eligible for admission to the M.Sc. degree course The candidate must have passed the B.Sc. (Old Course) degree examination with the following combination of subjects: MAJOR Mathematics Physics Statistics

ANCILIARY OR OR

---Mathematics (4 Units)

Mathematics ( 4 Units) OR The Bachelor of Engineering (B.E.) degree examination OR The B.Sc. (Computer Science)/ BCS/B.Sc. (I.T.) degree examination Students will have to wear formal dress as decided by college, twice a week and as and when specified by the coordinator. ADMISSION TO BACHELOR OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES (B.M.S.) DEGREE COURSE As per the University of Mumbai Circular No. UG/278 of 2007 dated 16.06.2007, following is the Ordinance 3941 relating to the eligibility for admission to the Bachelor of Management Studies (B.M.S.) Degree course: 0.3941: A candidate for being eligible for admission to the First Year of the B.M.S. Degree course shall have passed XIIth Standard Examination of the Maharashtra Board of Higher Secondary Education or its equivalent examination or Diploma in any Engineering branches with two years or three years or four years duration after the S.S.C. conducted by the Board of Technical Education, Maharashtra States or equivalent examination by securing minimum 45% marks for general category (in one attempt) at the respective Examination and minimum 40% marks for the reserved category (in one attempt). 1. There will no Common Entrance Test. All admissions will be purely based on merit duly following the reservation policy as per the

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norms of Government of Maharashtra. While drawing the merit list, weightage will be given to students from Arts, Commerce and Science Stream at XIIth Standard level. The stream wise weightage to be given is as under: Stream

Commerce

Arts

Science

Percentage of seats

45%

25%

25%

Diploma in Engineering & other category 5%

2.

The applications will be accepted and processed stream wise separately and the merit list will be displayed stream wise taking into account the reservation policy prescribed by the Government of Maharashtra.

3.

In case no applications are received under the “Diploma in Engineering and Other Category” or if the seats remain vacant in “Diploma Engineering and Other Category” after all the merit lists are exhausted, the vacant seats shall be transferred to Commerce Stream.

4.

In case no application is received from any stream, the vacant seats will be distributed equally between the remaining two streams.

5.

If any seats allotted to one stream remain vacant, the same shall be distributed equally between the remaining two streams. In case of vacancy in one stream is of single/odd number of seats, the single seat is to be allotted to the Commerce Stream. In case if no applications are available from the two streams, then all the vacant seats of such two streams must be transferred to the third stream.

DURATION The Course shall be a full time course. The duration of the course shall be six semesters spread over three years. A batch shall consist of not more than 60 students specified by the University. The Students will have to wear formal dress decided by the college, twice a week and as and when specified by the coordinator.

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PROGRAMS / COURSES OF STUDIES JUNIOR COLLEGE 1) ARTS STREAM : F.Y.J.C. (XI) & S.Y.J.C. (XII) Compulsory Subjects : 1) English 2) Logic 3) Economics 4) Environment Education 5) Health and Physical Education Optional Subjects : [Select any One subject from each of (6), (7) & (8)] (6) Politics or Psychology (7) History or Philosophy or Mathematics (8) Marathi or Hindi or French or German or Sanskrit or Japanese 2) COMMERCE STREAM :F.Y.J.C. (XI) &S.Y.J.C. (XII) Compulsory subjects : (1) English (2) Organisation of Commerce (3) Book-keeping and Accountancy (4) Economics (5) Mathematics or * Secretarial Practice (*for std XII only) (6) Environment Education (7) Health and Physical Education (8) Marathi or Hindi or French or German or Sanskrit or Japanese or * Information Technology (*Limited seats- 20 only) 3) SCIENCE STREAM : F.Y.J.C. (XI) & S.Y.J.C. (XII) A) NON-VOCATIONAL GROUP : 1) English 2) Physics 3) Chemistry 4) Mathematics 5) Biology 6) Environment Education 7) Health and Physical Education 8) Marathi or Hindi or Sanskrit or French or German or Japanese or * Information Technology(IT) (*Limited seats- 40 only). B) VOCATIONAL GROUP : 1) 5) 6) 7)

English 2) Physics 3) Chemistry 4) Mathematics Environment Education Health & Physical Education Electronics/Computer Science /*Electrical Maintenance

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(*Electrical Maintenance is taught at Government Technical School, Dadar, Mumbai - 400 028.) 4) MINIMUM COMPETENCY VOCATIONAL COURSE (M.C.V.C.): F.Y.J.C. (XI) & S.Y.J.C. (XII) COMPULSORY SUBJECTS : 1) English 2) A Modern Indian Language Or A Modern Foreign Language Or A Classical Language 3) General Foundation Course 4) Environment Education 5) Health & Physical Education VOCATIONAL SUBJECTS [F.Y.J.C. (XI)] A) Electronics Technology 6) Basic Electricity and Materials 7) Basic Electronics 8) Electronic Instruments OR B) Maintenance and Repairs of Electrical Domestic Appliances 6) Materials and workshop Practice 7) Domestic Appliances 8) Elements of Electrical Technology VOCATIONAL SUBJECTS [S.Y.J.C. (XII)] A) Electronics Technology 6) Digital and Linear Electronics 7) Modem Communicator Systems 8) Applied Electronics OR B) Maintenance and Repairs of Electrical Domestic Appliances 6) Materials and workshop Practice 7) Domestic Appliances 8) Elements of Electrical Technology No Change in subjects selected will be permitted.

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TESTS & EXAMINATION JUNIOR COLLEGE IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS FOR STUDENTS The Revised Curriculum for Standards XI and XII has been implemented for all subjects with effect from the academic year 2012-2013 and 2013 - 2014 respectively. The details of the syllabus, scheme of examination, important information/instructions etc. will be informed by the Teachers in the classroom or will be displayed on the Notice Board. Students should regularly attend lectures and refer Notice Boards. The College will not be responsible if a student is unaware of any important information/instruction given in the classroom or displayed on the Notice Board. The salient features of the Examination Scheme for Languages and Environment Education is given below: Examination Scheme for Environment Education : (For F.Y.J.C. Arts, Science & Commerce) If there is a change in the scheme, S.Y.J.C. Students will be informed in due course of time as per H.S.C. Board circular This subject is compulsory for all the students and is prescribed for 50 marks. The distribution of marks is as follows : 1ST TERM Project : 30 marks Internal Assessment : 20 marks TOTAL : 50 marks

2ND TERM Project : 30 marks Internal Assessment : 20 marks TOTAL : 50 marks

Annual Result= 1ST TERM ( 50) + 2ND TERM ( 50 ) = 100/ 2 = 50 These marks will be added to the Grand Total of the Annual Result Examination Scheme for Health and Physical Education Health and Physical Education has been included in the group of compulsory subjects and is prescribed for 50 marks. 1ST TERM Theory : Practical : TOTAL :

25 marks 25 marks 50 marks

2ND TERM Theory : Practical : TOTAL :

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25 marks 25 marks 50 marks


Annual Result= 1ST TERM ( 50) + 2ND TERM ( 50 ) = 100/ 2 = 50 These marks will be converted into a grade and will be shown in the Annual Result. Examination Scheme for Languages: Every language (English/Marathi/Hindi/German/French/Japanese) for F.Y.J.C. & S.Y.J.C. is prescribed for 100 marks consisting of written examination of 80 marks of 3 hours duration and an Oral examination of 20 marks. Written examination for S.Y.J.C. will be conducted by the H.S.C. Board and the Oral examination will be conducted by the College and the marks will be submitted to the H.S.C. Board. In the Oral examination, students will be examined in their skills in Listening (6 marks), Reading (4 marks), Speaking (5 marks) and Conversation (5 marks). It will be held before the commencement of the Annual H.S.C. Board Examination as per the schedule received from the Board. It will be mandatory for every student to appear for the Oral examination as per the schedule displayed on the Notice Board. If a student fails to do so, he will be reported ‘Absent’ and no marks will be assigned to him. The College will not be responsible, if a student fails to appear for the Oral Examination.

EXAMINATION SCHEME FOR F. Y. J. C. ARTS, SCIENCE AND COMMERCE The Schedule of College Examinations that will be conducted during the academic year is as follows : a.

Examination

Maximum marks

First Mid-Term Examination

25 marks theory in each subject

Second/Third week of August

50 marks theory in each subject

Second/Third week of October

Second Mid25 marks theory in Term Examination each subject

First/Second week of January

b. Terminal Examination c.

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d. Annual Examination

100 marks in each subject For all languages, Mathematics, Arts subjects & Commerce subjects : Theory : 80 marks

Third/Fourth week of March

Orals/Practical/Viva : 20 marks *For all commerce subjects, the project is of 20 marks & the distribution is : 15 marks for presentation & 5 marks for viva based on the project. For Physics, Chemistry & Biology theory : 70 marks and Practical : 30 marks 1.

Attendance at the Examinations is compulsory. If a student fails to appear for these Examinations he/she will not be granted Terms.

2.

After the completion of each Examination, results will be declared within two/three weeks. Assessed answer books of each subject will be shown to the student in the classroom by the subject teacher, the schedule of which will be displayed on the College Notice Board.

3.

The Result will also be displayed on the Notice Board. Parents are requested to verify the performance of their ward at each Examination by referring the College Notice Board or by contacting the Vice - Principal of Junior College.

4.

Parents to note that the student will be examined for 200 marks (Maximum) in each subject. The final result will be decided on the basis of the average marks obtained at these examinations which is calculated using the formula, [Marks obtained in (a) + (b) + (c) + (d) Examinations] 2

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5.

Minimum marks for passing in a subject are 35% and a student will be required to pass in all the subjects for promotion to S. Y. J. C. Class.

For updates from HSC Board, please refer to the following website www.msbshse.ac.in

ENDOWMENT PRIZES (ACADEMIC) 1

PRINCIPAL V.K. JOAG GOLD MEDAL. First Class 1st at T.Y.B.A. of this College.

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SMT.KAMALA PANSE AND SRIMATI VIMAL KULKARNI PRIZE to a lady student of this College who secures the highest number of marks in ancillary MARATHI at the F.Y.B.A.

3

SMT. SATYABHAMABAI AND PROF.K.P. KULKARNI PRIZE to a student of this college who offers MARATHI (Major) and secures the highest marks in Marathi at the T.Y.B.A.

4

PRINCIPAL N.G. SURU PRIZE NO.1 to a student of this college who stands 1st at the S.Y.J.C. Arts.

5

PRINCIPAL N.G. SURU PRIZE NO.2 to a student of this college who stands 1st at the S.Y.J.C. Science.

6

PRINCIPAL DR.N.V. BHIDE PRIZE FOR CHEMISTRY to student who passes his S.Y.J.C. Science Examination from the Ruparel College and stands 1st in Chemistry, scoring at least 55% of the aggregate mark in all Science subjects together.

7

PRINCIPAL DR.N.V. BHIDE PRIZE FOR CHEMISTRY to student who passes his F.Y.J.C. Science Examination from the Ruparel College and stands 1st in Chemistry, scoring at least 55% of the aggregate mark in all Science subjects together.

8

PRINCIPAL DR.N.V.BHIDE SCHOLARSHIPS FOR CHEMISTRY to student who passes the F.Y.B.Sc. Examination at in the 2nd class from the Ruparel College joins the Ruparel College for S.Y.B.Sc. with chemistry and is 1st (in the aggregate marks) among the students offering Chemistry.

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9

PRINCIPAL DR.N.V. BHIDE SCHOLARSHIPS FOR CHEMISTRY to the same student when he goes to the T.Y.B.Sc. provided that he appears for S.Y.B.Sc. Examination and gets at least 1st Class marks.

10

PROF.D.B.LIMAYE PRIZE FOR CHEMISTRY to a student registering through the Ruparel College and offering Organic Chemistry at M.Sc. and standing 1st in Organic Chemistry among the students of our college at M.Sc. Examination at least in second class.

11

GURURAJ MUDGAL PRIZE to a student of the Ruparel College, who having passes the S.Y.B.A. Examination, joins T.Y.B.A. with Philosophy Majo’r six papers) and is 1st among the students offering Philosophy at S.Y.B.A

12

THE GOPALKRISHNA MEMORIAL PRIZE to a student, who having passed T.Y.B.Sc. from our College, registers for M.Sc. Organic for Chemistry through our College and is 1st among our students registering M.Sc.

13

VIDYARANYA PRIZE to a student who scores the highest marks in MARATHI (H.L.) at the S.Y.J.C. Arts Examination. -

14

MUDDANA PRIZE to a student who scores the highest marks in HINDI at F.Y.J.C. Arts/Science/Commerce Examination.

15

NARAYAN DEVADIGA PRIZE to a student who scores the highest marks in Hindi at the S.Y.J.C. Arts/Science/Commerce Examination.

16

SHRI.G.R. BAL PRIZE to a student who secures the highest marks at T.Y.B.A. Examination with MARATHI (Major).

17

DR.P.L.VAIDYA PRIZE to a student who scores the highest number of marks in Electronics at F.Y.J.C. and continues his studies for S.Y.J.C. Science with the same subject at this College.

18

DR.P.L.VAIDYA PRIZE to a student who scores the highest number of marks in Electronics at S.Y.J.C. Science Examination.

19

SMT.PRABHAVATI BHASKAR DESHPANDE PRIZE to a student who passes S.Y.J.C. Examination from the Ruparel College and stands 1st in Physics scoring at least 55% of the aggregate marks in all Science subjects.

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20

SMT.RANGUBAI BALKRISHNA DESHPANDE PRIZE to a student who passes F.Y.B.Sc. Examination from the Ruparel College and stands 1st in Physics, scoring at least 55% of the aggregate marks in all Science subjects.

21

SHRI BALKRISHNA WAMAN DESHPANDE PRIZE to a student who having registered through this college for M.Sc. Physics passes M.Sc. securing at least 2nd class & is 1st among the students with Physics.

22

SHRI UDYAN GANESH MANDIR PRIZE FOR MATHEMATICS to a student who passes S.Y.J.C. Science Examination from the Ruparel College & stands 1st in Mathematics

23

SHRI UDYAN GANESH MANDIR PRIZE FOR MATHEMATICS to a student who passes F.Y.B.Sc. Examination from the Ruparel College & stands 1st in Mathematics

24

PROF.B.G. JOSHI PRIZE FOR ENGLISH to student who having passed S.Y.B.A. Examination from the Ruparel College and joins T.Y.B.A. with English and is 1st among the students offering English (Literature) at the S.Y.B.A.

25

PROF.B.G.JOSHI PRIZE FOR ENGLISH to a student of this college offering English Literature (Entire) at T.Y.B.A. & scoring the highest number of marks at the T.Y.B.A.

26

ECONOMICS PRIZE NO.1 to a student of this college who offers Economics special and secures the highest number of marks in Economics at the T.Y.B.A.

27

ECONOMICS PRIZE NO.2 to a student of this college who stands 1st in Economics at the S.Y.J.C. Examination and joins at F.Y.B.A. Ruparel College with Economics.

28

PROF.NAGARKATTE PRIZE IN MATHEMATICS to a student who passes S.Y.J.C. Science/Arts/ Examination from Ruparel College and stands 1st in Mathematics.

29

PROF. NAGARKATTE PRIZE IN MATHEMATICS to a student who passes F.Y.B.A./B.Sc. from the Ruparel College & stands 1st in Mathematics.

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30

PRIN.DR.S.G.MUDGAL PRIZE to a student of this college standing 1st at the T.Y.B.A. offering Philosophy six papers & securing minimum 2nd class.

31

CHHAYA BEHERE MEMORIAL PRIZE to a student of this college standing 1st at T.Y.B.A. offering Psychology major and securing minimum 2nd class.

32

SHRI P.R. THATTE MEMORIAL PRIZE to a student who passes T.Y.B.Sc. Examination with Principal Chemistry and securing at least 2nd class and is 1st among the students with principal chemistry.

33

SHRI P.R. THATTE MEMORIAL PRIZE to a student who passes T.Y.B.Sc. Examination with Principal Physics securing at least 2nd class and is 1st among the students with principal physics.

34

SMT.SNEHALATA S.MULYE PRIZE to a student who passes H.S.C. Sc. from this college and stands 1st in H.S.C. Sc. and joins a medical college in Bombay.

35

SMT. PARAVATIBAI ABHYANKAR PRIZE to a student who stands 1st in T.Y.B.Sc. with Chemistry major.

36

MARATHI DEPARTMENT SILVER JUBILEE CELEBRATION PRIZE to a student who stands 1st in S.Y.B.A. in Marathi & joins this college for T.Y.B.A. with Marathi(Major)

37

SHRI A.V. JABADE PRIZE to a student who stands 1st in T.Y.B.Sc. with Statistics.

38

PRIN.DR. S.G. MUDGAL PRIZE to a student who stands 1st from amongst the students of H.S.C. Arts offering Philosophy and takes admission in this college offering Philosophy as one of the subjects at F.Y.B.A.

39

PROF. L.G. JOAG SMRUTI SAMITI PRIZE FOR MARATHI to a student who stands 1st from amongst the students of T.Y.B.A. with Marathi.

40

PROF. L.G. JOAG SMRUTI SAMITI PRIZE FOR MARATHI to a student who stands 1st at H.S.C. Arts/Science/Commerce in Marathi

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41

LATE KISHOR SAMANT PRIZE FOR STATISTICS to a student who scores highest marks in statistics at S.Y.B.Sc. Examination and joins this college for T.Y.B.Sc. with Statistics. (Major).

42

SOU. SUHASINI YASHWANT RAJASHYAX PRIZE FOR BOTANY to a student who stands 1st in Botany at T.Y.B.Sc.

43

SHIVAM PRIZE FOR ECONOMICS to a student of this college who scores the highest number of marks in Economics at S.Y.J.C. Commerce.

44

SHRI UDYAN GANESH MANDIR PRIZE FOR BIOLOGY to a student who passes S.Y.J.C. Science from Ruparel College & stands 1st in Biology.

45

SHRI UDYAN GANESH MANDIR PRIZE FOR COMPUTER PROGRAMMING to a student of Ruparel College who passes T.Y.B.Sc. securing minimum second class & is 1st among the students in paper of Computer Programming.

46

SMT. KAMALTAI KANE PRIZE to a student of this college who passes F.Y.J.C. & secures highest number of marks in Marathi.

47

PRASAD RAJURAM DEVORE PRIZE to a student who passes 12th STD from this College with Science subjects and obtaining highest marks in total and who continue his/her studies for Engineering.

48

T.A. D’SOUZA MEMORIAL PRIZE to a student who stands 2nd in Psychology at T.Y.B.A.

49

T.A. D’SOUZA MEMORIAL PRIZE to a student who scores the highest marks in Psychology at the S.Y.J.C. Arts

50

MUNDHE PRIZE FOR CHEMISTRY to a student registered through Ruparel College and offering Physical Chemistry at M.Sc. and passing the Examination at least in 2nd class and standing 1st in Physical Chemistry amongst the students

51

MUNDHE PRIZE FOR CHEMISTRY to a student who having passed his/her B.Sc. from Ruparel College at least in 2nd class & regis-tered for M.Sc. part I in Physical Chemistry through Ruparel College and 1st among the students registered through Ruparel College in M.Sc.I.

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52

DR.P.S. GHARSE MEMORIAL PRIZE to a student securing highest marks in Botany at M.Sc.II

53

DR.P.S.GHARSE MEMORIAL PRIZE to a student securing highest marks in Botany at M.Sc.I

54

DR.P.S.GHARSE MEMORIAL PRIZE to a student securing highest marks in Botany at T.Y.B.Sc.

55

DR.P.S.GHARSE MEMORIAL PRIZE to a student standing 2nd in Botany at T.Y.B.Sc.

56

DR.P.S.GHARSE MEMORIAL PRIZE to a student securing highest marks in Botany at S.Y. B.Sc.

57

DR.P.S.GHARSE MEMORIAL PRIZE to a student securing highest marks in Zoology at S.Y.B.Sc.

58

DR.P.S.GHARSE MEMORIAL PRIZE to a student securing highest marks in Botany at F.Y.B.Sc.

59

DR.P.S.GHARSE MEMORIAL PRIZE to a student securing highest marks in Zoology at F.Y.B.Sc.

60

DR.K.V.N.SWAMY’S HEADMASTER K.A. VISWANATHA AIYAR MEMORIAL PRIZE FOR ENGLISH to a student scoring the highest number of marks in English at S.Y.J.C. Arts/Science /Commerce.

61

PRIN. DR.B.R.SHINDE PRIZE to a student who stands 1st at T.Y.B.Sc.

62

PRIN.DR.B.R.SHINDE PRIZE to a student who stands 1st at T.Y.B.A.

63

PRIN.DR.B.R.SHINDE PRIZE to a student who stands 1st at T.Y.B.Com.

64

PRIN.DR.B.R.SHINDE PRIZE to a student who stands 1st at H.S.C. Science.

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PRIN.DR.B.R.SHINDE PRIZE to a student who stands 1st at H.S.C. Arts.

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PRIN.DR.B.R.SHINDE PRIZE to a student who stands 1st at H.S.C. Commerce.

67

PROF.C.T. YEOLEKAR PRIZE to a T.Y.B.A. STUDENT FROM D.G. Ruparel College who scores highest marks in Economics.

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68

PROF. G.M DANDEKAR PRIZE to a T.Y.B.Sc. Chemistry student securing highest marks in the 1st attempt and proceeding further for post Graduate studies in Organic Chemistry.

69

PROF. D.P. PATRAVALI PRIZE to a student who stands 1st in Mathematics at H.S.C. Sc.

70

PROF. D.P. PATRAVALI PRIZE to a student who stands 1st in Mathematics at T.Y.B.Sc.

71

PROF. WADGAONKAR PRIZE to a Student Who Stands 1st in German at H.S.C. Arts, Science And Commerce.

72

PROF C.T. YEOLEKAR PRIZE to a student securing the highest marks in economics at T.Y.B.A. and takes admission for M.A. Economics at Bombay University.

73

PROF C.T. YEOLEKAR PRIZE to a student securing the highest marks in Economics paper VI(Economics mathematics) at T.Y.B.A.

74

PROF C.T. YEOLEKAR PRIZE to a student securing the highest marks in Accountancy Group at T.Y.B.Com.

75

PROF C.T. YEOLEKAR PRIZE to a student who stands 1st in Economics at H.S.C. COM.

76

DR.INDUBHUSHAN BADE’S MRS.TARABAI MUDGAL PRIZE to a student who stands 1st in Indian Philosophy paper at T.Y.B.A. Philosophy.

77

SHRI GAJANAN ANANT SHEJWALKAR PRIZE to a student who secures highest marks in Sanskrit at H.S.C. Examination.

78

PROF. B.B. DESHPANDE PRIZE FOR PHYSICS to a student who having registered through this college for M.Sc. Physics passes M.Sc. securing at least 2nd class and is 1st among the students with Physics.

79

LATE SHRI RAMRAO SABNIS PRIZE to a student of this college who scores highest marks in any science subject at T.Y.B.Sc.

80

LATE S.H.JOSHI PRIZE for a student who stands first in Physics at S.Y.B.Sc. and who continues for T.Y.B.Sc.in Physics.

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81

KURULKAR PRIZE for a student who stands first in Physics at S.Y.B.Sc.

82

DR.AJIT NAIK ELECTRONICS SHIELD for all round performance in ELECTRONICS at F.Y.J.C.

83

DR.PRASHANT MANOHAR DESAI PRIZE for a student who gets highest marks in COMPUTER SCIENCE at S.Y.J.C. Science

84

SHRI VAMAN GOPAL BADE SCHOLARSHIP for one deserving student from T.Y.B.A

85

SHRI VAMAN GOPAL BADE SCHOLARSHIP for one deserving from T.Y.B.Sc.

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SHRI VAMAN GOPAL BADE SCHOLARSHIP for one deserving student from T.Y.B.Com.

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SOU.KRISHNA BHASKAR PRIZE for one deserving student from S.Y.B.A

88

SOU.KRISHNA BHASKAR PRIZE for one deserving student from S.Y.B.Sc.

89

SOU.KRISHNA BHASKAR PRIZE for one deserving student from S.Y.B.Com.

90

CHANDRABHAGABAI KUMBHAR PRIZE for one deserving student from F.Y.B.Com.

91

LATE MORESHWAR JOSHI PRIZE for one deserving student from F.Y.B.Sc.

92

HARSHALA SUBBRAYA NAIK PRIZE -AWARD-1 for girl student securing highest marks in Psychology at T.Y.B.A.

93

HARSHALA SUBBRAYA NAIK PRIZE -AWARD-2 for girl student securing second highest marks in Psychology at T.Y.B.A

94

LATE DR.SHRIKRISHNA B. THAKUR PRIZE: - For student securing highest marks in BOTANY at T.Y.B.SC. Examination.

95

LATE PROF. B.G.JOSHI MEMORIAL PRIZE: - For student securing highest number of marks in ENGLISH at H.S.C. Examination.

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LATE PROF. B.G.JOSHI MEMORIAL PRIZE:- For student securing highest number of marks in ENGLISH LITERATURE at F.Y.B.A. Examination

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LATE PROF. B.G.JOSHI SCHOLARSHIP:- For a needy and deserving student who has offered ENGLISH LITERATURE (ENTIRE) at T.Y.B.A.

98

LATE DR. A.K. APSANGIKAR PRIZE:- For a student who secures highest marks in Biology at H.S.C. Examination.

99

LATE DILIP ANANDRAO SHIRGAONKAR PRIZE:- to a student who scores the highest marks at T.Y.B.A. Examination with Marathi Major

100

LATE SHIVRAM BALKRUSHNA SHIRGAONKAR PRIZE:to a student who stands 2nd from amongst the students of T.Y.B.A. with Marathi of this College

101

Dr. S.S. ZARAPAKAR PRIZE to a student securing highest marks in Chemistry at F.Y.B.Sc.

102

Dr. S.S. ZARAPAKAR PRIZE to a student securing highest marks in Chemistry at S.Y.B.Sc.

103

Dr. S.S. ZARAPAKAR PRIZE to a student securing highest marks in Chemistry at T.Y.B.Sc.

104

Dr. S.S. ZARAPAKAR PRIZE to a student securing highest marks in Chemistry at M.Sc.

105

NARAYAN B. RAJADHYAKSHA MEMORIAL AWARD to a student who has passed T.Y.B.Sc. from this college and continues for M.Sc. with Organic Chemistry in this college and is first among the registered students for M.Sc.

106

LATE MISS DHANASHREE KOTHARI MEMORIAL PRIZE: to a student who secures highest marks in the subject of Psychology at the S.Y.B.A. examination and pursues T.Y.B.A. Psychology Major in the college

107

PROF. V.K. SOMAN MEMORIAL PRIZE to a student who has secured highest marks in the subject of Mathematics at the University of Mumbai T.Y.B.Sc.examination.

108

PROF. V.K. SOMAN MEMORIAL PRIZE to a student who has secured highest marks in the subject of Mathematics at the S.Y.B.Sc. examination at the college.

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109

Late Shri & Smt. Leela Nilkanth Sawant Memorial PRIZE in Physics for a student who has secured highest marks in Physics at University of Mumbai T.Y.B.Sc. Examination

110

Modern Education Society’s Prize for the student securing highest marks among the students of D. G. RUPAREL College at the University of Mumbai B.M.S. EXAMINATION

111

Modern Education Society’s Prize for the student securing at least First Class and is Second among the students of D. G. RUPAREL College at the University of Mumbai B.M.S. EXAMINATION

112

Modern Education Society’s Prize for the student securing at least First Class and is Third among the students at the University of Mumbai B.M.S. EXAMINATION

113

Modern Education Society’s Prize for the student securing highest marks among the students of D. G. RUPAREL College at the University of Mumbai B.Sc.- Comp. Sc. EXAMINATION

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Modern Education Society’s Prize for the student securing at least First Class and is Second among the students of D. G. RUPAREL College at the University of Mumbai B.Sc.- Comp. Sc. EXAMINATION

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Modern Education Society’s Prize for the student securing at least First Class and is Third among the students of D. G. RUPAREL College at the University of Mumbai B.Sc.- Comp. Sc. EXAMINATION

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Modern Education Society’s Prize for the student securing highest marks among the students of D. G. RUPAREL College at the University of Mumbai B.Sc.- I.T. EXAMINATION

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Modern Education Society’s Prize for the student securing at least First Class and is Second among the students of D. G. RUPAREL College at the University of Mumbai B.Sc.- I.T. EXAMINATION

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Modern Education Society’s Prize for the student securing at least First Class and is Third among the students of D. G. RUPAREL College at the University of Mumbai B.Sc.- I.T. EXAMINATION

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119

MODERN EDUCATION SOCIETY’S GOLD MEDAL FOR BOTANY to a student securing at least 75% of the aggregate marks and stands first among the students of D. G. RUPAREL College offering Botany as a major subject at the University of Mumbai B.Sc. Examination

120

MODERN EDUCATION SOCIETY’S GOLD MEDAL FOR Chemistry to a student securing at least 75% of the aggregate marks and stands first among the students of D. G. RUPAREL College offering Chemistry as a major subject at the University of Mumbai B.Sc. Examination

121

MODERN EDUCATION SOCIETY’S GOLD MEDAL FOR Computer science to a student securing at least 75% of the aggregate marks and stands first among the students of D. G. RUPAREL College offering Computer Science as a major subject at the University of Mumbai B.Sc. Comp. Sc. Examination

122

MODERN EDUCATION SOCIETY’S GOLD MEDAL FOR Information Technology to a student securing at least 75% of the aggregate marks and stands first among the students of D. G. RUPAREL College offering Information Technology as a major subject at the University of Mumbai B.Sc. – I.T. Examination

123

MODERN EDUCATION SOCIETY’S GOLD MEDAL FOR Mathematics to a student securing at least 75% of the aggregate marks and stands first among the students of D. G. RUPAREL College offering Mathematics as a major subject at the University of Mumbai B.Sc. Examination

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MODERN EDUCATION SOCIETY’S GOLD MEDAL FOR Physics to a student securing at least 75% of the aggregate marks and stands first among the students of D. G. RUPAREL College offering Physics as a major subject at the University of Mumbai B.Sc. Examination

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MODERN EDUCATION SOCIETY’S GOLD MEDAL FOR Statistics to a student securing at least 75% of the aggregate marks and stands first among the students of D. G. RUPAREL College offering Statistics as a major subject at the University of Mumbai B.Sc. Examination

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MODERN EDUCATION SOCIETY’S GOLD MEDAL FOR Zoology to a student securing at least 75% of the aggregate marks and stands first among the students of D. G. RUPAREL College offering Zoology as a major subject at the University Of Mumbai B.Sc. Examination

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MODERN EDUCATION SOCIETY’S GOLD MEDAL FOR economics to a student securing at least 70% of the aggregate marks and stands first among the students of D. G. RUPAREL College offering Economics as a major subject at the University Of Mumbai B.A. Examination

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MODERN EDUCATION SOCIETY’S GOLD MEDAL FOR English to a student securing at least 70% of the aggregate marks and stands first among the students of D. G. RUPAREL College offering English Literature as a major subject at the University Of Mumbai B.A. Examination

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MODERN EDUCATION SOCIETY’S GOLD MEDAL FOR philosophy to a student securing at least 70% of the aggregate marks and stands first among the students of D. G. RUPAREL College offering Philosophy as a major subject at the University Of Mumbai B.A. Examination

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MODERN EDUCATION SOCIETY’S GOLD MEDAL FOR psychology to a student securing at least 70% of the aggregate marks and stands first among the students of D. G. RUPAREL College offering Psychology as a major subject at the University Of Mumbai B.A. Examination

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MODERN EDUCATION SOCIETY’S GOLD MEDAL FOR Marathi to a student securing at least 70% of the aggregate marks and stands first among the students of D. G. RUPAREL College offering Marathi Literature as a major subject at the University Of Mumbai B.A. Examination

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MODERN EDUCATION SOCIETY’S GOLD MEDAL FOR commerce to a student securing at least 75% of the aggregate marks and stands first among the students of D. G. RUPAREL College appearing at the University Of Mumbai B.Com. Examination

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MODERN EDUCATION SOCIETY’S GOLD MEDAL FOR Management Studies to a student securing at least 75% of the

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DR. NANDINI PAI PRIZE for a student standing 1st in Chemistry in S.Y.J.C. Science Class. If there are more students then, the student securing higher aggregate marks

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DR. NANDINI PAI PRIZE for a student standing 1st in Chemistry in F.Y.B.Sc. Class and opts for Chemistry as one of the subjects at S.Y.B.Sc.

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DR. NANDINI PAI PRIZE for a student standing 1st in Chemistry in S.Y.B.Sc. Class and opts for Chemistry at T.Y.B.Sc.

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DR. NANDINI PAI PRIZE for a student standing 1st in Chemistry at T.Y.B.Sc. in D.G.Ruparel College

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DR. NANDINI PAI PRIZE for a student standing 2nd in Chemistry at T.Y.B.Sc. in D.G.Ruparel College

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DR. NANDINI PAI PRIZE for a student standing 3rd in Chemistry at T.Y.B.Sc. in D.G.Ruparel College

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DR. NANDINI PAI PRIZE for a student standing 1st in Chemistry at M.Sc. in D.G.Ruparel College

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DR. NANDINI PAI PRIZE for a student standing 2nd in Chemistry at M.Sc. in D.G.Ruparel College

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PRIN DR. PRADEEP KULKARNI PRIZE for a student standing 1st amongst S.Y.J.C. Arts, Commerce and Science Classes

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PRIN DR. PRADEEP KULKARNI PRIZE for a student standing 1st amongst Third Year B.A., B.Sc. and B. Com. Classes (all subjects)

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PRIN DR. PRADEEP KULKARNI PRIZE for a student standing 1st amongst M.Sc. Classes (all subjects)

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PRIN DR. PRADEEP KULKARNI PRIZE for a student who shows overall Best Performance (academic and extra-curricular activities)

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PRIN. DR.B.R.SHINDE PRIZE for the student securing highest marks among the students of D. G. RUPAREL College at the University of Mumbai M.Sc.- I.T. EXAMINATION

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PRIN. DR.B.R.SHINDE PRIZE for the student securing at least Second Class and is Second among the students of D. G. RUPAREL College at the University of Mumbai M.Sc.- I.T. EXAMINATION

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PRIN. DR.B.R.SHINDE PRIZE for the student securing at least Second Class and is Third among the students of D. G. RUPAREL College at the University of Mumbai M.Sc.- I.T. EXAMINATION

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PRIN. DR.B.R.SHINDE PRIZE for the student securing highest marks among the students of D. G. RUPAREL College at the University of Mumbai M.Sc.- Comp. Sc. EXAMINATION

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PRIN. DR.B.R.SHINDE PRIZE for the student securing at least Second Class and is Second among the students of D. G. RUPAREL College at the University of Mumbai M.Sc.- Comp. Sc. EXAMINATION

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PRIN. DR.B.R.SHINDE PRIZE for the student securing at least Second Class and is Third among the students of D. G. RUPAREL College at the University of Mumbai M.Sc.- Comp. Sc. EXAMINATION

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“Late Mrs. Indirabai S. Dalvi Memorial Award” for the student securing at least First Class and has highest marks in T.Y.B.Sc.(Physics)Practical Examination among the students of D. G. RUPAREL College at the University of Mumbai T.Y.B.SC. . EXAMINATION **********

ENDOWMENT PRIZES (CO-CURRICULAR AND EXTRA-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES) 1.

Smt. Prabhavati Devi Jayprkash Overall Performance Prize to a Lady Student of the year (Endowed by Ruparel Family).

2.

Prin. C. B. Joshi, Prin. N. V. Bhide and Krishna Rao Hande Overall Performance Prize.

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3.

Ghanshyamdas Saraf Memorial Trophy for Overall Performance in College activities.

4.

Late Nityanand Hankonkar Trophy for the Best Leadership Quality.

5.

D. G. Ruparel College Prize for Best Performance in N. C.C. Girls Unit (Ist Year).

6.

D. G. Ruparel College Prize for Best Performance in N. C.C. Girls Unit (IInd Year).

7.

D. G. Ruparel College Prize for Best Performance in N. C.C. Boys Unit (Ist Year).

8.

D. G. Ruparel College Prize for Best Performance in N. C.C. Boys Unit (IInd Year).

9.

D. G. Ruparel College Prize for Best Performance in Sports Girls (Junior College).

10.

D. G. Ruparel College Prize for Best Performance in Sports – Boys (Junior College).

11.

D. G. Ruparel College Prize for Best Performance in Sports Women (Degree College).

12.

D. G. Ruparel College Prize for Best Performance in Sports Men (Degree College).

13.

Vivek Arole Memorial Personality Contest Prize 1.

14.

Vivek Arole Memorial Personality Contest Prize 2.

15.

Vivek Arole Memorial Personality Contest Prize 3.

16.

Principal Dr. Pradeep Kulkarni Prize for overall Best Performance (academic and extra-curricular activities).

17.

Late Pushpalata Raje Memorial Prize for Meritorious Service in the field of Music.

18.

Prof. Dandekar Prize for Overall Performance in the field of Music.

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19.

Shri Ashok Hande Prize for the best N. S. S. volunteer of the Year.

20.

Prof. M.G. Dandekar Prize for the outstanding N. S. S. volunteer of the Year. ********** THE FOLLOWING PRIZES ARE AWARDED IN FORM OF CERTIFICATES:

1.

Shubhalakshimi Prize for Best Women Athlete of the year.

2.

Prin. N. G. Suru for Best Men Athlete of the year.

3.

Smt. Vaze Prize for the Best All Round Sports Women of the year.

4.

Dr. Vaze Prize for the Best All Round Cricketer (Junior College).

5.

Dr. Vaze Prize for the Best Batsman (Junior College).

6.

Dr. Vaze Prize for Best Bowling (Junior College).

7.

Dr. Vaze Prize and Viju Kulkarni Shield for the Best All Round Cricketer (Degree College).

8.

Dr. Vaze Prize for Best Batsman (Degree College).

9.

Dr. Vaze Prize for Best Bowling (Degree College).

10.

Lt. Dilip Gupte & Lt. Prakash Kotnis NCC Prize for Best Cadet of the Unit.

11.

Lt. R.P. Shinde Prize for Best First Year Male Cadet.

12.

Cadet Abraham Varke Prize for Best Male Cadet in Sports.

13.

Sub Lt. Hemant Karve Prize for Best All Round Male Cadet.

14.

Rani Laxmibai Prize for Best All Round Female Cadet.

15.

Priyadarshini Prize for Final Year Best Female Cadet. **********

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