Curriculum

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JUNIOR COLLEGE

Arts

English. Marathi Or Hindi Economics. History. Philosophy Psychology. Geography. Co-operation EVS

Commerce

English Marathi Or Hindi Or IT Economics. Book keeping & Accountancy. Organization of Commerce. Secretarial Practice or Mathematics EVS

Science

English Marathi Or Hindi Or IT Physics. Chemistry. Biology. Mathematics / Crop Production

Faculty of Arts Two divisions of Marathi medium Seats available: 240 (120 per division). Two Un-Aided Divisions of Marathi Medium Seats available 240 (120 Per division)
Faculty of Commerce Aided: Three divisions: Seats available: 240 (120 per division). Unaided : Three division: Seats available: 240 (120 per division).
Faculty of Science Aided: Two divisions: Seats available: 240 (120 per division). Unaided: Two divisions: Seats available: 240 (120 per division).

S.Y.J.C
Students will have to offer for same subject as offered by them in the F. Y. J. C. Classes.A student who has passed F.Y.J.C. Science of Commerce may be allowed to joint S.Y.J.C. Arts. Application for the same should be submitted as the beginning of the year request will be considered depending on availability of the seats.
DEGREE COLLEGE
Aided Section: Arts

FYBA

Compulsory Subject Foundation Course-I Communication Skills in English Marathi/Hindi Any Three subjects of the following: Marathi / English / Political Science / Hindi Philosophy / Rural Development / History Economics / Geography / Psychology

SYBA

Compulsory Subject Foundation Course-I Gandhism / Population Studies Any Three subjects of the following: Marathi / English / Political Science / Hindi Philosophy / Rural Development / History Economics / Geography / Psychology

TYBA

Marathi Economics Philosophy

* Ancillary subject offered at F.Y.B.A cannot be changed at S.Y.B.A. as per University rule.
* Students can select 6 papers of any of the above subject offered at S.Y.B.A.
* Medium of instruction will be Marathi except English Literature.
* Principal reserves the right to allow or not to allow one or more groups mentioned above.

Commerce

F.Y.B.Com.

All subject are Compulsory. Foundation Course-I. Business Communication. Environmental Studies. Business Economics-I. Accounting & Financial Management-I. Mathematical & Statistical Techniques (Lower Level). Business Studies (Paper-I) Business Development).

S.Y.B.Com.

All subjects are Compulsory. Foundation Course-II. Business Law. Business Economics-II. Accounting & Financial Management – II. Business Studies – II (Principles of Management & Finance). Applied Component Paper (Advertising).

T.Y.B.Com.

Compulsory Paper-I M.H.R.M. Business Economics. Special Group: Management Accounting. Financial Accounting. Auditing and Cost Accounting. Applied Component Group: Computer Systems and Application. Direct and Indirect Taxation

Science

F.Y.B.Sc.

Compulsory Subject. Foundation Course-I. Optional Any one of the following groups of subjects. (Two units of each subject in a group) Chem / Phy / Maths Chem / Bot/ Zoo. Phy / Maths/ com.Sc. Chem/Bot/Biotch Chem / Zoo / Biotech

S.Y.B.Sc.

Compulsory Subject. Foundation Course-II. Optional* Any one of the following groups of subjects. (with three units of each subject) Chem / Phy. Chem / Bot. Phy / Maths. Bot / Zoo. Phy / Com. Sc. Chem / Zoo. Chem / Stats. Maths/Com. Bot/Biotch. Zoo/Biotch.

T.Y.B.Sc

Students can offered six units in any of the following subjects: Chem-Drugs & Dyes. Phy-Electroni Instrument. Botany-Environmental Studies Zoo- Environmental Studies Com. Sci.-Web Designed. Biotch- Environmental Studies

Unaided Section:
Bachelor of Management Studies

Eligibility:
Students from Arts, Science and Commerce streams and diploma in Engineering are eligible to enroll for this course. (and as per the guidelines issued by University of Mumbai from time to time)

F.Y.B.M.S. Semester I.

Foundation of Human Skills. Introduction to Financial Account. Business Law. Business Mathematics. Business Commutation. Principals of Managements-I. Introduction to Computers

F.Y.B.M.S. Semester II.

Business Environment. Industrial Law. Computer Application in Business. Managerial Economics-I. Business Statistics. Introduction to Cost Accounting. Environment Management.

F.Y.B.M.S. Semester III.

Management Accounting. Managerial Economics-II. Marketing Management. Business Aspects in B. & I. Production Management. Principles of Management-II.

F.Y.B.M.S. Semester IV.

Materials Management. Direct & Indirect Taxes. Export-Import Procedures & Documentation. Management of Co-operatives. Indian Management-thoughts & Practices. Public Relations Management.

F.Y.B.M.S. Semester V.

Human Resource Management. Service Sector Management. Financial Management. Elements of Logistics Management. Management of Co-operations. Rural Marketing. Project Work-I.

F.Y.B.M.S. Semester VI.

Entrepreneurship. Quantitative Methods for Business-II. Marketing Research. Indian Management thought & practice. Elective paper-I Ecometrics of Int. Finance. Elective Paper-II Sp. Study in Finance or Study in marketing. Project Work-II

Faculty of Science
Bachelor of Computer Science

Eligibility:
A candidate must have passed Higher Secondary School Certificate Examination (Std.XII) in Science Stream conducted by the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education with Mathematics and Statistics as one of the subject or its equivalent.(and as per the guidelines issued by University of Mumbai from time to time)

F.Y.B.Cs Semester I.

Paper-I Computer Arch. & Micro processor.

F.Y.B.Cs Semester II.

Paper-II Intro. To C & Adv. C.

S.Y.B.Cs Semester III.

Paper-I Discr. Maths & Computer Graphics. Paper-II C++ & Core Java. Paper-III DBMS-I Software Eng.

S.Y.B.Cs Semester IV

Paper-I Discr. Maths & Computer Graphics. Paper-II C++ & Core Java. Paper-III DBMS-I Software Eng.

T.Y.B.Cs Semester V

Paper-I Data Communication & Networking. Paper-II Advance Java. Paper-III Operating system & Unit. Paper-IV DBMS-II & Software Eng

T.Y.B.Cs Semester VI

Paper-I Data Communication & Networking. Paper-II Advance Java. Paper-III Operating system & Unit. Paper-IV DBMS-II & Software Eng.

Bachelor of Science(Information Technology)
Eligibility:
A candidate shall have passed XII 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.(and as per the guidelines issued by University of Mumbai from time to time)

F.Y.B.Sc (IT) Semester I.

Semester I. C++ FDC. El. & Comm. Tech. Appl. Maths. Prof. Comm. Sta.

F.Y.B.Sc (IT) Semester II.

Web Technology. Appl. Maths. DBMS. Dig. Comp. Network.

S.Y.B.Sc (IT) Semester III.

OOP. Comp. Network. Syst. Prog. Comp. Maths. Logic Deg.

S.Y.B.Sc (IT) Semester IV

D.B.C.S. O.S. C++ & Java. E-Commerce. S. W. Eng.

T.Y.B.Sc (IT) Semester V

Internet Security. Visual Basic 6. SQL 2. Advanced Java. MIS.

T.Y.B.Sc (IT) Semester IV

C++ Internet Technology. CRM. Project Management. Project.

POST GRADUATE COURSES
Faculty of Arts:

M. A. in Marathi.
Faculty of Science:
M.Sc. (by papers) in Chemistry.
The admission to a limited number of students is given to following post graduate courses:
JUNIOR COLLEGE EXAMINATIONS

Junior College

  1. Students will be required to appear for Four Unit Tests (two in each term) and two examinations one at the end of each term.
  2. Attendance at these tests / examinations is compulsory. Students who do not appear for these tests / examinations may not be promoted to the higher class.
  3. Guardians / Parents should verify the performance of their wards at each test / examination by scrutinizing the answer books which will be returned to the students after assessment.
  4. Results of these tests / examinations will be sent to the parents / guardians. In case, they do not receive the result cards, parents / guardians are requested to meet the Principal. One of the special features of the Junior College result is that there will be a parents meeting at the end of the 1st term. This will help parents / guardians in keeping a check on the progress of their wards during the year.

Rules regarding promotion to S.Y.J.C.

According to the rules of the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary & Higher Secondary Education, Pune, promotion to the S.Y.J.C. Class will be determined on the basis of the marks obtained in :
(a) Four Unit Tests in each subject (25 marks each) – 100 marks
(b) First Terminal Examination – 100 marks
(c) Second Terminal Examination – 100 marks
The Final result of a Student’s performance will be decided on the basis of the average of the marks obtained at these tests / examinations.