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Student's Council


Students’ Council

The Students Council for the academic year 2014 - 15 was formed under the section 40(2) (a) of Maharashtra University act, 1994. The council was headed by the enthusiastic Professor in charge Mr. Ram Sagar Yadav along with Mrs. Aruna A. Kurvey, Mr. Harshad Janjarkiya & Mrs. Samruddhi Chavan. The following office bearers were elected for the students’ council for the academic year 2014-15.

  1. General Secretary : Mr. Pankaj Sharma (T.Y.B.A.)
    Joint General Secretary : Mr. Vijay Joshi (S.Y.B.M.M.)
  2. Ladies Representatives : (i) Ms. Ruchika Mishra (S.Y.B.A.) (ii) Ms. Beena Singh (S.Y.B.M.S.)
  3. NSS Representative : Ms. Anshu Sharma (S.Y.B.COM.)
  4. NCC Representative : Ms. Hitakshi Dave (S.Y.B.COM.)
  5. Gymkhana Representative : Mr. Nitin Mandavkar (T.Y.B.COM.)
  6. Cultural Representative : Ms. Neethu Sethu Madhavan (T.Y.B.COM.)
  7. University Representative : Mr. Hiten Rajgor (T.Y.B.COM.)

The following activities were conducted by the students’ council :

Guru Poornima, Green Day, Poster & Slogan Making, White day, Meri Awaz Suno, Friendship Day, Quiz Competition & Group Discussion, Teachers Day etc……..

RahejaWeek (An Intra - Collegiate Event)

Day - 1 : Carrom, Antakshari

Day - 2 : Cricket, PPT, Poster making

Day - 3 : Cricket (finals)

Day - 4 : Foot ball, Ad mad, Photography

Day - 5 : Talent contest, Dances / fashion show, Singing, Mimicry / drama

Day - 6 : Pooja, Traditional day, Nashik dhol

Day - 7 : Chocolate day, Rose day, Personality Contest, Tie / Saree day, Prom night.

Unmesh - 14 (An inter - Collegiate Event)

Day - 1 : Marathon, NCC (Drill Competition), Tug of War, Kabaddi, Lantern Making, Dragon Making.

Day - 2 : Sports : Box Cricket, Volley Ball, Foot ball, Chess, Carrom and Table Tennis. Literary Arts : Quiz, Group Debate, Elocution, JAM.

Day - 3 : Back To School: Lemon and Spoon, Brick lifting, Book Balancing, Potato Race, Burst Balloons, Sack Race, Blow and Search, Blindfold, Three Legged Race, Lagori, Kitty - Kitty. Fine Arts : Graffiti, Make Over, Poster Making, T - Shirt Painting, Mehendi, Nail Arts, Hogathon, Chalk - Sketching, Story Boarding, Best Out Of Waste, Tattoo Making, Paintings with Hands and Fingers, Click A Pic.

Day - 4 : Treasure Hunt, Performing Arts, Temple Run, Personality Contest, Fashion Show, Instrumental Music, Mimicry, Street Play, Singing (Solo, Duet, Group), Street Dance, Dance (Solo, Duet, Group).

Day - 5 : Prize Distribution.

The Council organized a Farewell for degree college T.Y.B.COM & T.Y.B.A students.

This year’s students’ council made a significant impact by organizing Unmesh - 14, Annual Day & many other events on a very large scale. It developed leadership qualities and helped students to develop their Overall Personality. It imbibed a sense of co-operation and unity amongst all the students. All these events became possible with the support of our Principal, Dr. Mrs. Anupama Nerurkar and the Vice - Principal Dr. K. Venkateshwarlu and the college management.

Visit to Ramakrishna Mission

Eight under graduate students of B.A & B.COM. visited the Ramakrishna Mission at Khar West to attend the seminar on leadership along with the students council in - charge Mr. Ram Sagar B. Yadav on 18th of April, 2015. The theme of the seminar was : “Human Excellence In Sustainable Business Transformation In Agriculture, Food And Nutrition Industry”. Eminent speakers from corporate, academia and various N.G. Os made the seminar meaningful by their extraordinary insight in the subject matter. The seminar was started by vedic chanting performed by distinguished monks at the Ramakrishna mission. The welcome speech was delivered by Swami Sarvalokananda, the secretary of Ramakrishna Mission. He declared Swami Vivekananda as his spiritual leader and focused on the major problem of food wastage in India than in other countries like Germany.

Shri Sadabrata Ghosh, Ex - Vice President ICI ltd., talked about human excellence in agriculture & enlightened the audience about food crisis in India in the past, present & future and how to overcome this problem. Dr. R. Sesha Iyer, director, S. P. Jain Institute of Management & Research, Mumbai talked about ethical leadership & social responsibility for the 21st century. Mr. Devendra Shah, Chairman, Parag Milk Foods, talked about building world class manufacturing capabilities and how white revolution changed the life of villagers in India.

Prof. Rekha S. Singhal, H.O.D. food, Engineering and technology ICT, Matunga talked about how to build world class research institutions in India. Mr. Mainak Dhar, Managing Director, General Mills India an alumni of IIM-A spoke about which questions are there in front of the leaders in future. Mr. Shridhar Venkat, CEO, the Akhaya Patra, foundation, Bangalore talked about building the transparency and trust in the value chain. Prof. Shobha A. Udipi, H.O.D., Department of food science and nutrition, SNDT women’s university, spoke on academic excellence in food and nutrition and quality of life. Mr. Sushil Kumar Singh, Sr. Manager Fruits & vegetables division, Reliance Retail talked about how to reduce food waste. Swami Narasimhananda, Advaitaashrama, Mayavati, Uttarakhand, talked about excellence & innovation in agriculture, food and nutrition. Mr. Jayanta Roy, the seminar co- coordinator, concluded the seminar thanking the speakers, the audience and the management of Ramakrishna Mission. Students returned with the book on Personality development by Swami Vivekananda provided by the seminar organizers enjoyed the breakfast, lunch and high tea.