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Shri Vile Parle Kelavani Mandal’s

Narsee Monjee College of Commerce & Economics
To explore the unlimited possibilities &
to master the new challenges
P R O S P E C T U S 2 0 1 3 - 2 0 1 4 ( S E L F F I N A N C E )
BMS • BAF • BFM • BSc.-IT • M.Com.
Greetings to all of you!
I have great pleasure in conveying my best wishes to all of you. Narsee Monjee has a reputation for
attracting the best students in their chosen faculty. Today, we are living in a world which has become
smaller due to the advancements in transport, communication and information technology. As a
result of this, trade and commerce have increased substantially and have come to dominate the
relations between countries. This means that education in Commerce and Economics is becoming
more relevant than any time in the past.
However, Challenges and Opportunities are two sides of the same coin. Modern education,
curriculum development and teaching methodologies have to keep pace with the demand of the
Economic Environment.
The manager, businessman and the entrepreneur of today need many more weapons in armoury.
Holistic education should include all round development of a student.
I am glad that all of you undertake various co-curricular activities which sharpen your personality,
managerial and inter-personal skills. At SVKM we continue to encourage all forms of activities which
contribute to the overall development of the student. I am also particularly glad that you students are
also engaged in activities like NSS Camp in rural areas which sensitize you to the realities of lives of
different sections of the society in our country. All this has been possible only due to the dedication
and commitment of the Teaching Faculty and the Non-Teaching Staff of the College.
I wish you all the best for achieving greater success and scaling newer heights in your education and
career ahead.
My good and warmwishes to all the newentrants to our Parivar.
President, SVKM
Shri Amrish R. Patel
President's Welcome
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Contents
SVKM's Executive Committee
SVKM's Managing Committee
Profile
N.M. - AVisual Gallery
Infrastructure
About Self Finance Courses
Scheme of Examination for BMS/ BAF / BFM
The Curriculum
Scheme of Examination (B.Sc. IT)
Umage 2012
The Rotaract Club
College Annual Day
Admission Information
Documents issued by the College
Rules and Regulations
Fee Structure
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Shri Vile Parle Kelavani Mandal
Executive Committee - 2012-2013
1 Shri Patel Amrish R. 31 Shri Doshi Pravin H.
2 Shri Gandhi Pravin V. 32 Shri Shah Rajendra K.
3 Shri Sheth Balwantrai P. 33 Shri Bhandari Rajgopal C.
4 Shri Divatia Sunandan R. 34 Shri Ajmera Rajnikant S.
5 Dr. Gandhi Jayant P. 35 Shri Patel Ratilal A.
6 Shri Shah Pruthviraj C. 36 Smt. Doshi Sarla H.
7 Shri Sheth Amit B. 37 Smt. Rao Saroj
8 Shri Pandit Anand K. 38 Shri Patel Shailesh M.
9 Shri Sanghvi Balkrishna D. 39 Shri Dalal Sunil N.
10 Shri Sanghvi Bharat M. 40 Shri Patel Tapan M.
11 Shri Patel Bhargav N. 41 Shri Mehta Tushar H.
12 Shri Patel Bhupesh R. 42 Shri Bhayani Utpal H.
13 Shri Bafna P. Bhupesh. 43 Shri Gandhi Vasantrai D.
14 Shri Shanghvi Chandrakant T. 44 Shri Dudeja Ved Prakash
15 Shri Patel Chintan A. 45 Shri Patel Vijay A.
16 Shri Mehta Dhirajlal M. 46 Shri Goenka Vinod K.
17 Shri Patel Harihar R. 47 Shri Goradia Vinod M.
18 Shri Chitalia Harit H. 48 Shri Patel Vinod M.
19 Shri Shah Harshad H. 49 Shri Vaidya Vivek C.
20 Shri Killawala Jagat A. 50 Smt. Chauhan Zainab R.
21 Shri Parikh Jagdish B. 51 Shri Asoke Basak
22 Shri Thacker Jairaj C. 52 Shri Mohan Awate
23 Shri JayeshChoksi P 53 Shri Anil K. Bapat
24 Shri K. Raja Gopalachari 54 Shri Nilesh M. Mohile
25 Shri Mehta Kirit P.
26 Shri Patel Maherdas J. 55 Shri Golwala Deepak
27 Shri Sanghvi Mahesh P. 56 Shri Chinai Jai
28 Smt.Gupta Manju D. 57 Shri Shah Rajesh V.
29 Shri Patel Mukesh H. [Tiku] 58 Shri Divatia Shalin S.
30 Shri Patel Pratapchandra B.
SPECIAL INVITEES
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Shri Vile Parle Kelavani Mandal
Managing Committee - 2012-2013
1 Shri Patel Amrish R. 25 Shri Bhandari Rajgopal C.
2 Shri Gandhi Pravin V. 26 Shri Bhatt Bhupen G.
3 ShriSheth Balwantrai P. 27 Shri Bhatt Shantilal P.
4 ShriDivatia Sunandan R. 28 Shri Bhayani Utpal H.
5 Dr. Gandhi Jayant P. 29 Shri Chitalia Harit H.
6 Shri Shah Pruthviraj C. 30 Shri Choksi Jayesh P.
7 ShriSheth Amit B. 31 Shri Goradia Vinod M.
8 Dr. Dalal Suresh P. 32 Shri Jain Subhash M.
9 Shri Divatia Shalin S. 33 Dr. Jani Rajesh L.
10 Shri Doshi Pravin H. 34 Shri Killawala Jagat A.
11 Shri Dudeja Ved Prakash 35 Shri Mehta Dhirajlal M.
12 Shri Gandhi Krishnakumar D. 36 Shri Mehta Kirit P.
13 Shri Gandhi Jayesh R. 37 Shri Patel Bhupesh R.
14 Smt. Mehta Minaxi K. 38 Shri Patel Chintan A.
15 Shri Mehta Nimir K. 39 Shri Patel Harihar R.
16 Shri Mehta Tushar H. 40 Shri Patel Maherdas J.
17 Shri Parekh Vamanrai V. 41 Shri Patel Mukesh H. [Tiku]
18 Shri Parikh Jagdish B. 42 Shri Patel Mukesh M.
19 Shri Patel Bhargav N. 43 Shri Sanghvi Bharat M.
20 Shri Patel Pratapchandra B. 44 Shri Shah Churchill
21 Shri Patel Raju Lallubhai 45 Shri Shah Harshad H.
22 Shri Patel Ratilal A. 46 Shri Shah Rajendra K.
23 Shri Patel Tapan M. 47 Shri Vaidya Vivek C.
24 Shri Patel Vijay A.
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Narsee Monjee College of Commerce and Economics is a leading
college in Vile Parle Mumbai, affiliated to University of Mumbai.
It was established in 1964 by Shri Vile Parle Kelavani Mandal,
under the benevolence of Shri Chatrabhujbhai Narsee. The
college was named after his father Shri Narsee Monjee. SVKMa
professionally managed trust is committed to the cause of
providing quality education from pre primary level to Post
Doctoral level.
Located in the heart of India's financial capital Mumbai, SVKM's
NM College has emerged to be one of the nation's Premier
Educational Institutions. This is reflected in the college being
ranked first in Mumbai and Sixth at All India level by India Today
in its issue dated 18th June 2012.
Narsee Monjee College aims to provide in depth knowledge and
enduring values to the students. We impart quality education to
the students of all creeds in general and students of Gujarati
Linguistic Minority in particular. We strive to improve a student's
intellectual prowess, identify and cultivate their interests and
talents, and train themto be responsible global citizens.
The college has on its faculty full time academicians who strive
for the betterment of students. It does not limit itself to covering
the prescribed syllabus though no latitude is entertained in this
respect but looks towards character –building and value
formation of students as a clear priority.
The college has rankers at all the public examination conducted
by the Board and the University. The results of the college at the
H.S.C., B.Com. & B.M.S. Examinations have consistently been
more than 99%. A very large number of leading CAs, CSs and
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ICWAs are the alumni of our college. Since its establishment
thousands of students have graduated from this institute and
have occupied top positions in their profession, be it in
academics, cultural or sports and in the corporate world. N M
College has a long list of alumni to support and prove this claim.
Our in-house events “Umang” and “Drishti” which feature
among the top inter-collegiate events in Mumbai provide the
students an opportunity to exhibit their leadership and
organizational abilities which are part of managerial training that
the industry looks for in its future employees. “Umang” an
intercollegiate event organized by the students of the aided
section, is in its 15th year with a footfall of more than 40,000
students in 2012.
Besides Self finance courses of the B.M.S and B.A.F, B.F.M. and
M.Com. the year 2012-13 saw the introduction of a new
undergraduate course in 'BScIT.
Along with holistic education, the college has an active Women
Development Cell working for empowerment of women. The
College encourages the students to associate themselves with
the numerous Clubs and Societies of the college and to
participate in the various extension activities that the college is
associated with.
We have an effective Placement Cell, which in association with
leading organizations assists students in seeking placements
according to their aptitudes and preferences.
This comprehensive exposure and training has helped students
find jobs in coveted organizations and companies.
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N.M. - A Visual Gallery
The Administration Office
The Computer Lab
The Computer Lab
The Achievements Gallery The Achievements Gallery
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N.M. - A Visual Gallery
The Library The Library
The Health cum Counseling Room The Gymkhana & NSS Room
The Class Room The Girls Hostel Building
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N.M. College – Education Coupled With Morals
Highlights
• Teaching faculty comprising of Highly qualified experienced
lecturers with PhD., M.Phil, C.A., C.S. etc. and experienced
visiting faculties with industry expertise.
• Innovative teaching techniques and Application based
methodology.
• Caring and ready to help staff.
• NAAC(B++) grade
• Achievement oriented results.
• Wisdomleading to Wealth and Values.
• Remarkable results at T.Y.B.M.S. examinations
• Maximumrank holders at the Maharashtra board.
• Highest number of C.A.'s, C.S.'s, and ICWA's .
• Active women development cell.
• Centrally A/C, fully automated library, various online
databases, online resources, college website and UGC
network Resource Centre.
• Doctor on duty.
• 25 and above associations along with the vibrant Students
Forumfor co-curricular activities.
• National and International players : Chess, Table Tennis,
Lawn Tennis and Squash.
• Student Grievance Cell.
• Staff Grievance Cell.
• Umang- The most sought after College Festival.
• NAAM– Alumni Association.
Infrastructure
UGCNetwork Resource Center
N M provides excellent infrastructure to facilitate the education
process and enhance the learning ability of the students. It aims
at developing intellectual capabilities and an understanding of
the relationship between education and the real world.
The renovated building includes a modern air-conditioned office
block, modern well equipped air-conditioned classrooms, well
planned corridors and 2elevators.
The college uses state-of-art technology in its teaching process
making use of mike systems, overhead projectors, LCD
projectors, DVD players and Television sets. A well equipped
resource Generation Room is set-up for the faculty to prepare
their lectures and carry out research in their subject.
The well equipped computer laboratories with 80 computers
and Wi-Fi facility enhance the learning process and enable the
proper conduct of University prescribed courses. Branded
Personal Computers are installed in two computer labs, all
networked to facilitate teaching on small batches, with adequate
faculty attention. All new computers in lab have dedicated
leased line for internet connectivity and two network printers,
which can be used by staff and students.
The College has a good library with a seating capacity of around
400 students, where reading and learning is a bliss. Besides, the
library is updated regularly. The library has a collection of:
• Books app. 60,017
CDS 535
Journals and Periodicals 94
News Paper 19
The newversion of SOUL 2.0 software is installed and all the
previous data of books is transferred to this software.
The computerized catalogue is made available to teachers
and students.
For security of the students, the library is equipped with DVR
to store the CCTV images.
Wi-Fi routers are fixed in the library for internet access to all
teachers and students free of cost.
A Lamination machine is provided to the library for
lamination of identity cards and other important documents.
Through this scheme, books are issued to students from the
Student's Aid Fund
The talent of the Students is given a supportive platformthrough
the auditoriums and conference rooms of the SVKM. The
SVKM's Juhu Jagruti Hall, Bhaidas Sabhagriha, Jasoda Rang
Mandir and Santokba Hall are available to the college for its
events.
The College has ensured that the staff and students have access
to health facilities regularly. A health – cum – counseling center
is operational for several years. A qualified medical practitioner
visits the college daily.








Library Modernization
Book-Bank Scheme
Auditoriums and Halls:
Health Care CumCounselling Centre:
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Physicians on duty
Dr. Geeta Shah Dr. H. O. Goyal
Mob: 9820547571 Mob: 9869002653
1202x-wing, Golden Rays 401, Emrald Court, Azad Nagar,
Shashtri Nagar, Andheri (W) J.P. Road, Andheri (W)
Mumbai – 400053 Mumbai – 400053
Counsellor:
Dr. Sumati Oza - 9920317173 / 022-28902358
402, Sony Shopping Centre, L.T. Road, Borivali (W), Mumbai-
400092.
Hostel Facility :
The Vile Parle Kelavani Mandal has a common boy’s hostel for
all its institutions at a distance of a half-kilometer from the
college and a hostel for girls opposite Utpal Sanghavi School,
which is also close to the college.
Keeping in view the demand of the industry and the market and
ensuring that the students graduating from the University are
trained according to the requirement of the industry and
equipped with the required skill sets, University of Mumbai
introduced the Self Finance Courses in 1999. Initially it offered
Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS) and Bachelor of
Science (information Technology) B.Sc. (I.T.) and later added a
series of courses in the growing sectors like Banking &
Insurance, Financial Markets, Hospitality Studies, Aviation,
Nautical Science etc.
The Curriculum, Course Content and the methodology used by
the teachers to deliver the content not only ensures that the
students excel in his/her chosen field but also acquires the
necessary skill sets. Unlike the other traditional courses where
the student strength in a class is 120, in Self Finance Courses it
is restricted to 60students per division.
All the Self Finance courses provide comprehensive training to
these students by way of interactive mode of delivery of the
course content, real time projects, presentations, industrial
visits, and lectures by experts from the industry. It also involves
practical orientation of the theory studied, summer placements,
training in soft skill and other placements. Summer training
programmes and placements are features unique to these Self
Finance Courses. At N.M., we have excellent track record of
summer training and placements.
About Self Finance Courses
Managers are the backbone of any industry and market and are
synonymous with perfection. They are expected to do the right
things at the right time and ensure that others do the same. Such
are the people required in today's globally competitive market. N
Mproduces such people in abundance. The long illustrious list of
alumni of NMCollege bears proof of the same.
If you wish to be a part of this growing competitive global market
possessing the required knowledge and the necessary skill sets
and wish to excel in life and reach the pinnacle of glory with an
all round personality, these are the courses for you and the place
to be is at SVKM's Narsee Monjee College of Commerce &
Economics.
• To create for the students of University of Mumbai an
additional avenue of self employment and also to benefit the
industry by providing themwith suitable trained manpower.
• To prepare students to exploit opportunities being newly
created in various professional fields.
• To inculcate training in the use of modern technology for the
benefit of all parties concerned.
• To help the students get specialized knowledge in various
technical fields of education.
• To provide opportunities for an all round development of
students' personality.
Objectives
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The Curriculum – Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS)
First Year B.M.S. Semester I First Year B.M.S. Semester II
Foundations of Human Skills Business Environment
Introduction to Financial Accounts Industrial Law
Business Law Computer Applications in Business
Business Statistics Managerial Economics -I
Business Communication Business Mathematics
Principles of Management Introduction to Cost Accounting
Introduction to Computers Environmental Management
Second Year B.M.S. Semester III Second Year B.M.S. Semester IV
Management Accounting Productivity &Quality Management
Managerial Economics - II Direct and Indirect Taxes
Marketing Management Export Import Procedures and Documentation
Business Aspects in Banking &Insurance Cooperatives and Rural Markets
Production Management and Materials Management Research Methods in Business
Strategic Management Public Relations Management
Third Year B.M.S. Semester V Third Year B.M.S. Semester VI
Elective I : Elective II :
Human Resources Management Entrepreneurship &Management of SME
Service Sector Management Operations Research
Financial Management International Finance
Elements of Logistics &Supply Chain Management Indian Management Thought &Practices
Business Ethics &Corporate Social Responsibility International Marketing
Special Studies in Marketing OR Retail Management OR
Special Studies in Finance ORE-Commerce Investment Analysis &Portfolio Management
OREconometrics
Project Work : 200 marks
The Curriculum – Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting & Finance) (BAF)
First Year B.A.F. Semester I First Year B.A.F. Semester II
Financial Accounting Paper I Financial Accounting Paper II
Cost Accounting Paper I Auditing Paper I
Economics Paper I Financial Management Paper I
Commerce Paper I Taxation Paper I
Information Technology Paper I Business LawPaper I
Business Communication Paper I Quantitative Methods for Business Paper I
Foundation Course Paper I Business Communication Paper II
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Second Year B.A.F. Semester III Second Year B.A.F. Semester IV
Financial Accounting Paper III Financial Accounting Paper IV
Cost Accounting Paper II Management Accounting Paper I
Auditing Paper II Taxation Paper II
Economics Paper II Commerce Paper II
Business LawPaper II Business LawPaper III
Management Paper I Information Technology Paper II
Foundation Course Paper II Quantitative Methods for Business Paper II
Third Year B.A.F. Semester V Third Year B.A.F. Semester VI
Financial Accounting Paper V Financial Accounting Paper VII
Cost Accounting Paper III Cost Accounting Paper IV
Financial Accounting Paper VI Techniques of Auditing and Audit Procedures.
Management Accounting Paper II Financial Accounting Paper VIII
Taxation Paper III Taxation Paper IV
Economics Paper III Management Paper II
The Curriculum – Bachelor of Commerce (Financial Markets) (FM)
First Year B.F.M. Semester I First Year B.F.M. Semester II
Principles of Investment Environment of Financial Systems
Micro Economics Macro Economics
Financial Accounting Management Accounting
Business Environment Principles of Business Management
Basic Statistics Statistical Application
Basic Computer Skills Communication Skills
Second Year B.F.M. Semester III Second Year B.F.M. Semester IV
Debt Markets Commodities Markets
Corporate Finance - I Corporate Finance -II
Equity Markets - I Equity Markets - II
Banking in Financial System Financial Services
Business Ethics Taxation for Investment
Organizational Behavior Security Analysis
Computer Applications in Investments Business Law
Third Year B.F.M. Semester V Third Year B.F.M. Semester VI
Global Capital Markets Risk Management
Regulation of Securities Markets Corporate Governance
Insurance (Fund) Management Computer Applications in Financial Services
Derivative Markets Marketing of Financial Services
Foreign Exchange Markets Mutual Fund Management
Portfolio Management Customer Relationship Management in Financial Services
Project I (Marks 100) Project II (Marks 100)
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The Scheme of Examination shall be divided in two parts.
A. INTERNAL ASSESSMENT - 40 MARKS
The allocation of 40 marks shall be as follows:
Scheme of Examination for BMS / BAF / BFM
Sr. No. PARTICULARS MARKS
1 One Class test held in each Semester 20
2 An Assignment - with presentation in each Semester 10
3 Active participation in routine class instructional deliveries 05
4 Overall conduct as a responsible learner, mannerismand articulation and exhibit of 05
leadership qualities in organizing related academic activities
B. SEMESTERENDEXAMINATION-60 MARKS
Guidelines for passing standards for various semesters of BMS/ BAF /BFM:
Passing Standard:
Performance Grading:
A. Duration – This examination shall be of 2Hrs. duration,
B. Question paper pattern –
i. There shall be 04questions of 15Marks each
ii. All questions shall be compulsory with internal choice within the question.
iii. Questions may be sub divided into a) and b) if necessary, for 8&7marks respectively
The University of Mumbai has introduced the credit and grade point systemfor evaluation for all the examinations to be conducted for
the students fromthe Academic Year 2011-12.
1. The learner 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 & Semester End Examination. The learner shall obtain minimum of 40%
marks (i.e. 16 out of 40) in the Internal Assessment and 40%marks in Semester End Examination (i.e. 24 out of 60) separately,
to pass the course and minimum of grade E in each subject to pass a particular semester. A learner will be said to have passed
the course, if the learner passes the Internal Assessment &Semester End Examination together.
2. The performance grading of the learner shall be on the seven point ranking systemas under:
O 70&above 7
A 60to 69.99 6
B 55to 59.99 5
C 50to 54.99 4
D 45to 49.99 3
E 40to 44.99 2
F 39.99&below 1
The performance grading shall be based on the aggregate performance of Internal Assessment and Semester End Examination.
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3. A
learner shall be allowed to keep term for Semester II
irrespective of number of heads of failure in the Semester I. A
learner shall be allowed to keep term for Semester III if
he/she passes each of Semester I and Semester II OR A
learner who fails in not more than two courses of Semester I
and Semester II each. 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.
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 Semesters I and
Semester II and fails in not more than two courses of
Semester III and Semester IV each. 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 Semesters VI. The result of Semester VI shall be
kept in abeyance until the learner passes each of Semesters
I, Semesters II, Semester III, Semester IV and Semester V.
4. There will be one additional
examination for Semester I, II, III and IV for those who have
failed or remained absent. The absent learner will be allowed
NORMS FOR ALLOWED TO KEEP TERMS (ATKT):
ADDITIONAL EXAMINATION:
to appear for the examination by the head of the institution
after following the necessary formalities subject to the
reasons to the satisfaction of the head of the institution. This
examination will be held 20 days after the declaration of
results but not later than 40days.
5. Grading & Average (GPA
Calculation)
Semester Grade point Average (SGPA)
Each Semester grade point average is calculated by dividing
the total of product of grade (quality) point and subject credit
by sumof all subject credits.
SGPA= GC/ Cfor a semester.
Where Gis grade and Cis credit for paper / subject.
Cumulative Grade Point Average for the Entire Course
CGPA= GC/ Cfor all semesters taken together.
The responsibility of evaluation during the first 4 semesters will
rest with the college. The college will carry out the internal
evaluation for theory papers in Semester V and VI, while the
university will conduct the semester end examination for these
two semesters. The internal evaluation marks of students
appearing for semester V and VI are sent to the University by the
respective college before the commencement of the respective
semester-end examination.
GRADE CUM MARKS CARDS:

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Admissions Cut Off for 2012-2013
Programme Category / Cut off%
Open Gujarati Minority Others
BFM
BAF
BMS
79.17% 79.00% 80.17%
87.40% 84.33% 81.00%
Arts: 67.5%
Science: 79%
Commerce: 90.8% 83.67% 84.72%
Diploma: 86.67%
No of Seats : 60 seats for BAF
60 seats for BFM
120 seats for BMS
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B.Sc.(I.T.) is a 3 years full time course. Each year is divided into 2 semesters. The course consists of 30 modules comprising 29
papers and one project in the VIth Semester. Each paper is of 150 marks out of which 60 marks are for Theory, 40 marks are internal
theory Component and 50marks for the Practical/case study Component. The project will be evaluated for 150marks.
The Curriculum –Bachelor of Science
(Information Technology) (BSc.I.T.)
First Year BSc. (IT)
Semester I Semester II
Professional Communication Skills Web Technologies
Applied Mathematics I Applied Mathematics - II
Fundamentals of Information Technology Microprocessor and Microcontrollers
Electronics and Communication Technology DBMS
Introduction to C++programming Data Communication and Networking Standards
Second Year B.SC. (I.T.)
Semester III Semester IV
Logic and Discrete Mathematics Software Engineering
Computer Graphics Multimedia
Advanced SQL Java and Data Structures
Object Oriented Programming with C++ Quantitative Techniques
Modern Operating Systems Embedded Systems
Third Year B.SC. (I.T.)
Semester V Semester VI
Network Security Internet Technology
ASP.NET with C# Digital Signals and Systems
Software Testing Datawarehousing
Advanced java Elective:
IPRand Cyber Laws
Project Management
GIS
Linux Administration Project (Marks 150)
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SCHEME OF EXAMINATION
The Scheme of Examination shall be divided into two components: Internal assessment and External assessment (semester end
examination) for each course of the program. Internal Assessment includes Assignments, Seminars, Case Studies, Quizzes, Viva,
Open book test, Unit Tests etc. For each course, there is a passing minimumfor internal Assessment as 40%(16 out of 40 marks), for
External / Semester End Examination 40%(24 out of 60 marks), Practical / Case study assessment as 40%(18 out of 50 marks) and
overall 40%(40 out of 100marks).
Scheme of examination for BSc. I.T.
The performance of the learner will be evaluated in each course in the following manner
Semester end examination Internal assessment Practical / Case Study Total
60 40 50 150
THE INTERNAL ASSESSMENT OF 40 %FOREACHCOURSE WILL BE AS FOLLOWS:
a. Internal assessment
Sr. No. Evaluation type Marks
1 ONE class test/ case study / online examination to be conducted in each semester 20
2 One assignment based on curriculumto be assessed by the teacher concerned 10
3 Active participation in routine class instructional deliveries(case studies / seminars / presentation) 05
4 Overall conduct as a responsible learner, manners, skill in articulation, 05
leadership qualities demonstrated through organizing co-curricular activities, etc.
b. PRACTICAL:
Evaluation of the Practical
Sr. No. Evaluation type Marks
Semester End Practical Examination
1 Laboratory Work 40marks
2 Journal 05marks 50marks
3 Viva 05marks
Thesemester endexamination(external component) of 60 %for eachcourse will beas follows:
i. Duration- 2 Hours
ii. Theory QuestionPaper Pattern:
1. There shall be six questions each of 10 marks. Oneach unit there will be one question.
2. All questions shall be compulsory with internal choice within the questions.
3. Question may be subdivided into sub-questions a, b, c... and the allocation of marks depend on the weightage of the topic.
Guidelines for passing standards for various semesters of BSc. (IT).
PASSING STANDARD:
PERFORMANCE GRADING:
1. The learner 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 & Semester End Examination. The learner shall obtain minimumof 40%marks
(i.e. 16 out of 40) in the Internal Assessment and 40%marks in Semester End Examination (i.e. 24 out of 60) separately, to pass
the course and minimumof grade E in each subject to pass a particular semester. A learner will be said to have passed the course,
if the learner passes the Internal Assessment &Semester End Examination together.
2. The PERFORMANCE GRADINGof a learner shall be on the SEVENpoint ranking systemas under:
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Grade Marks Grade Points
O 70&above 7
A 60to 69.99 6
B 55to 59.99 5
C 50to 54.99 4
D 45to 49.99 3
E 40to 44.99 2
F (Fail / Unsatisfactory) 39.99&below 1
The performance grading shall be based on the aggregate performance of Internal Assessment and Semester End Examination.
ELIGIBILITY CRITERION
OR
Admission will be on merit, based on the order of preference as follows:
a. A candidate for being eligible for admission to the Degree Course Bachelor of Science (Information Technology) Degree Course
shall have passed XIIth Standard. Examination of the Maharashtra Board of Higher Secondary Education or its equivalent
examination with Mathematics and Statistics as one of the subject and should have secured not less than 45% marks in
aggregate and 40%marks in aggregate in case of reserved category candidates.
b. Candidate who have passed Diploma (Three Year after S.S.C. Xth standard) in Information Technology / Computer Technology /
Computer Engineering / Computer Science / Electrical, Electronics and Video Engineering and Civil & Allied Branches of are
eligible for direct admission to the Second Year of the B.Sc.(I.T.) degree college.
• However, the Diploma should be recognised by the Board of Technical Education or any other recognised Government Body.
Minimum marks required 45% aggregate for open category candidates and 40% aggregate for reserved category
candidates.
• Candidate with post HSC-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 recognised by the Board of Technology Education or any other recognised Government Body.
Minimummarks required 45%aggregate for Open Category Candidates and 40%aggregate for reserved category candidates.
a. Marks in Mathematics and Statistics at H.S.C. or equivalent
b. Aggregate Marks at HSC(Std. XII) or equivalent
c. Aggregate marks at S.S.C. (Std. X)
d. No entrance test will be conducted.
Admissions Cut Off for 2012-2013
Programme
BSc. (I.T.)
Category / Cut off%
Open Gujarati Minority Others
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Students seeking admission to any of the Self Finance Courses offered at our college shall NOT be
permitted to pursue any course simultaneously that is not offered by our college.
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TERMS FOR ACADEMIC YEAR 2013 – 2014 ARE AS UNDER
FIRST TERM – 10 June 2013 to 31 October 2013
SECOND TERM – 25 November 2013 to 30 April 2014
WINTER BREAK – 26 December 2013 to 1 January 2014
In its thirteenth year, Umang undertook a marine expedition to
explore the depths of the oceans and bring to surface treasures
for human eyes to behold. This year, Umang not only enthralled
the audience with performances by acclaimed musicians and a
host of events, but also focused on doing its bit for a better
tomorrow.
Reach for Moo-re…
To enthuse and activate the youth of India and the rest
of the world through limitless creativity.
Along with its social initiative partner, Make a
Difference, Umang organized a Cyclothon on the 12 of August
followed by an awareness drive at St. Catherine's School wherein
Umangites emphasized on the importance of education for the
underprivileged children as well.
ProNites: One of the biggest names in the DJ scene
in India, Nawed Khan, opened for the Submerge. DJ Nikhil
Chinappa then came on stage to introduce the crowd to
Electronic Dance Music for the first time.
The second pronite featured popular singer Javed Ali. His
extremely interactive style enraptured the 1500 strong
audience.
Workshops this year witnessed many eminent
personalities who came forward to interact with the audience
Motto:
Mission:
Social Cause:
Highlights:
Workshops:
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UMANG 2012: The Mariner's Saga
Theme: The Mariner's Saga
and share their experiences. Padmashri and Padma Bhushan
recipeint Shyam Benegal, director Anurag Basu and the
renowned author Amish Tripathi were some of the guests
speakers at Retrospectrum.
This years exhibit themed 'Memoirs in Footstones'
depicted the emotions and stories that are part of our heritage -
the tales of hope, love, peace and revenge. It was inaugurated by
Ragini Khanna of the Sasural Genda Phool fame.
Umang this year introduced several new events.
Robowars and UV Table Tennis kept the Gaming enthusiasts
engaged. Social Leadershipj Hunt was the search for a youth
leader who could prepare a roadmap to tackle the grimproblems
assailing us. Poleconomy was a business politics board game
where industrialists met politicians and had to strike the perfect
blend between the two. Events like Model Hunt and Mr. and Ms
Umang had renowned personalities like model Sahil Shroff and
RJ Malishka as judges. The Western Band Event and Street
Dance drewlarge crowds as they do every year but the quality of
performances set a standard very hard to achieve. The famous
dance master Marzi was also present to judge the Western
Couple Dance Event. Umang roped in 116 colleges to
participate, thus taking participation to an all time high.The
efforts put in by 500 organizers definitely paid off as Umang' 12
ended on a high note on the 22 of August.
Fine Arts:
Events:
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Our College organized a Refresher Course for the ninth time on
behalf of University Grant Commission-Academic Staff College,
University of Mumbai from 8th October, 2012 to 27th October,
2012. The theme of the refresher course was 'Inclusive Growth:
Issues, Opportunities and Challenges' . Dr. Meena
Chandrawarkar, Honorable Vice Chancellor, Karnataka State
Women University inaugurated the course.. It was a proud
moment for NM as she was alumnus of our on college. Learned
and experienced Resource Persons were invited from the stream
of finance, banking, accounting and economics.
We, at NM strongly believe that teachers/trainers have a greater
responsibility of continuous learning and trainers cannot be
Seminar and refresher course
averse to training. Nine Refresher courses organized by the
college is the application of this Mission. The quality and
effectiveness with which courses are organized is proved by the
confidence of successive Directors of Academic Staff College of
University of Mumbai. The present Director Dr. Shanti always
looks forward to NMto organize such courses on regular basis.
We believe in not to sleep on our laurels and our vision is to be
the best Teacher Training Centre of the Country. With the never
ending support of our management, SVKM, we are sure to
accomplish our vision.
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Attendance
A reference is invited to relating to the minimum
attendance necessary for keeping terms and condonation of
deficiency in the attendance.
For granting the terms in each subject
of the theory lectures, practical and tutorials (wherever
prescribed) separately will be required out of the total number of
lectures , practical and tutorials in the subject conducted in the
term.
This credit shall be allowed on the
basis of production of certificate of participation in such
authorized activity fromthe concerned organizers.
Ordinance 119
minimum attendance of
75%
Students participating in sports, cultural activities, N.S.S,
N.C.C, Adult and Continuing Education and Extension will be
permitted full credit for lectures/practical/tutorials missed by
them as a result of their participation in N.C.C/N.S.S/A.C.E.E
camps, Inter-collegiate, Inter-University, State, National and
International tournaments/competitions and coaching
camps/training sessions organized in participation of these
tournaments/competitions.
When on account of a bonafide illness or any other reason
deemed sufficient by the Principal, the total attendance of a
student of an affiliated college in any one termfalls short of the
minimum number of days/lectures/practical/tutorials required
by Ordinance 119 by not more than 25%of the days/lectures/
practical/ tutorials, it shall be competent to the Principal of the
college to permit a candidate in such a case to add together the
attendance kept by him/her in two consecutive terms in any
one class, provided that the total of the attendances kept in the
two terms so counted together amounts to the total required for
the minimum attendances of two terms under Ordinance
119.
Steps by College
Note:
Provided nevertheless that where the deficiency exceeds
25% of the days of lectures/ practical's/ tutorials, in one term or
is such that the attendances kept in the terms taken together fall
short prescribed by ordinance 119, it shall be competent to the
Management Council to condone the deficiency.
1. Undertaking signed by parent as well as student
2. Monthly letters sent to Parents informing of their wards
attendance.
3. Display of monthly attendance on student notice board.
4. Signatures taken from students against their monthly
attendance.
5. Periodical parents meeting addressed.
Please note that in the academic year 2012 – 2013, we have
detained totally 33 students from FY, SY & TY BMS, BAF, BFM
and BSc (IT) with less than 50 % attendance after having taken
the above measures.
Guest Lecture Series 2012-13
B.M.S. Guest Lectures
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BAF, BFM
Guest Lectures conducted in Academic year 2012 – 2013
A Certificate Course in Investment Banking was held as follows:
BSc. (IT) Guest Lectures
Academic Year 2012-13:
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Workshops
1. Two were
taken up as Area project, volunteers regularly went to teach
the autistic kids
2. ,Bandra: Taught slum kids on the
footpath at carter road
3. Apart from Blood donation drive, this year we had an
as well
4. : conducted in the college for the girl
students
5. : Persons affected by polio or have
lost their leg were made aware about JAIPUR foot, wherein
artificial foot is given at free or minimal cost to the poor. Also
they give employment opportunity to the same.
6. : SRIDUSHA –seminar on women
empowerment, wherein volunteers from various college
participated .An event which gave good recognition to NM
college in University as it was totally funded by the
university (first time ever)
7. Celebrated
8. Energy Conservation Drive - written
everyday in each classroomof the class giving simple tips to
conserve energy.
Autistic schools named- Khushi and Ashiana
Carter roads project
organ
donation and eye donation registration
Self defence workshop
Jaipur foot awareness
District level seminar
Rakshabandhan at Police Station.
Thought for the Day
9. : Skit performed at Dahanukar college to spread
awareness on women empowerment
10. - 3 NSS volunteers also got associated with
TFI and went in BMCschools to teach kids.
11.
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12.
Street Play
Teach for India
Annual NSS Camp was conducted at University of
Mumbai for the first time for 'Beautification of Kalina
Campus'
The NMNSS non-residential camp involved the challenging
task of planting coconut saplings over the periphery of
Kalina University. The work assigned has perhaps made us
more sensitive to the plight and pleasure of actual site
laborers. We were lucky to enjoy the 'knowledge tour'
through a guest lecture on RTI conducted by advocate Mr.
Shailendra Gandhi. The whole camp came as a wave of
experience, knowledge, fun, interpersonal skills, enjoyment,
bonding and satisfaction. Also the environment around
which was pure, natural and soothingly attractive was all
perfect to keep us clinged to the 'camp feel' in spite of the
non-residential nature.
National Service Scheme
Our Motto is: “Not me, But you”
NEW ACTIVITIES TAKEN UP BY THE NSS UNIT for the A.Y. 2012-13:
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The Rotaract Club of N.M College, fondly known as RCNM has
tried to make its mark and has made its presence felt. Years of
extreme dedication and active participation ever since it all
started back in 1997, RCNM succeeds in spreading smiles all
over! One of its kinds, RCNM includes service avenues like
Community Service, International Service, Club Service,
Professional Development, Entrepreneurship Development and
also the support functions – Marketing, Public Relations,
Editorials, Creatives, Training Revival, Sustenance and Web
Communications.
A culmination of all these avenues results in path-breaking
socio-cultural annual festival – Rotofest! comes with a
purpose of something for everyone – from academic gurus to
extracurricular enthusiasts, from the fun loving to the kind
hearted, students to under privileged children. In true spirit, the
festival exhibits what innovation and talent, together with a
desire to serve can work into.
• The Amazing Race
Fashion Show-through Downtown China
Superkid
Marathon
Shanghai Sixes
Robotics
Acromania
International Display
Navinyam
Fight Filth
Peace Out
Rotaract Diaries
Famous Five
Waste Ways
Master Chef Nm
Color For ACause
International Namaste
Pronites
Street Hustle
Cacograffi
Let's Rotofoot
Football Fiesta
Speak Up
Expresso
Greenwave
Cheers
69Minutes Of Compassion
Jovilluary
Rotofest
The bunch of successful events organized at Rotofest includes:



























The Rotaract Club
Brief Highlights and Achievements:
Ranked 6
Almost 250 projects
Citations fromRID3140:
Student ForumActivities
1. Advertising and Marketing Club
2. The Cultural Society
3. The Psychology Club.
4. The Computer Society
Rotary International President's Citation for Outstanding Club
in the Rotaract International District 3140,
comprising of 80other Rotaract Clubs in 2010-11
already done in the current year with 6
more months still to go, a feat that we have never matched
before!
• Responsible President Citation
Citation for hosting, participating and performing at World
Responsible Youth Rally
Citation for organizing RYPEN – a training session for
Interactors.
Umang, one of the biggest intercollegiate festivals in
Mumbai .
Students' Week.
Bollywood/Hollywood themed carnival.
'Towards Gender Equality'- a day dedicated.
Halloween Day.
Traditional Day.
N.MT -shirt and Hoods Day.
Farewell function for the third year students of B.Com, BMS
and BAF.
The Advertising and marketing Club aspires to invoke in our
fellow students the talent skills that make a good marketer by
conducting informative and challenging events.
Buzzaar 2012
Radio Play
Madhouse
Brand Housie
The Cultural Society of NM College is known for organizing intra
college cultural events throughout the year, thus providing an
opportunity to the college students to showcase their various
talents in the fields of dance, dramatics and music.
Monsoon Magic'
Bombay Times Fresh Face'
College Annual Day.
Objective: To open the window to the self, teaching Self-Love,
understanding the self with Self Awareness, Thinking Positive-
behavior, not an outlook. The club of NM College, known for out
of the box thinking as well as conducting self enriching events.
Nexus' – an interesting mélange of educative and interactive
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College Annual Day
100 years of Hindi Cinema 100 years of Hindi Cinema
Hindi Skit Prayer
Rangoli Folk Dance
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Annual Sports Meet - Be a Sport
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National & International Players
Ankita Sharma - Squash Aditya Udeshi - Chess Sagar Shah - Table Tennis
Rotaract Club of N. M. College
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N.S.S.
District Level Workshop District Level Workshop
Lecture on Gender Sensitization
Gender Equality Day
Awareness Drive for Gender Equality Awareness Drive for Gender Equality
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Gender Equality Day
Awareness Drive for Gender Equality Awareness Drive for Gender Equality
Master Mind – Career Fair (2013)
Seminar on Implication on Credit Based Grading System
Seminar on Implication on
Credit Based Grading System
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events with an exciting quiz
Workshop on Ethical Hacking and Cyber Crime
Investigation.
Movie Screening.
Cyber games on the Play station
Karaoke' Competition
Workshop on Photoshop CS5.
To generate interest, involve, help to internalize different
economic and commercial concepts through various activities.
Screening of the documentary – I.O.U.S.A.
Intercollegiate Elocution Competition
Symposium
Group Discussion
Debate
Symposiumon 'Business Ethics'
Elocution Competition
Cocktail – a creative writing event.
The Hobby Centre of Degree College conducts many events to
encourage creativity among students through such activities.
Quiz- Celebrating 100years of Indian Cinema
Art-Gallery
Logo designing competition
Salsa workshop
Wildlife and nature club with all its enthusiasmorganized its first
event, a monsoon nature trail to Sanjay Gandhi national park.
ECO-FRIENDLY friendship day
Tree Plantation
Quiz Contest and 'Scrap The Crap'
Trek to Keshav Shrushti
Activities like Rappelling, Rock-climbing, Free-fall, Riffle
shooting and Treasure Hunt.
The Forumis set up to organize events for the students of degree
College in order to give them an edge in matters of Planning,
financial, career and event planning.
2012-13 activities :-
Mastermind – a quiz
Bizz Mantra
Acumen' – quiz on application of theoretical concepts,
lateral thinking and logical analysis
Amulya – aninfo documentary.
The cell is formed for providing placement opportunities to
students.
Activities:
CRISIL: Three students from TYBMS were selected for the 6
month intership.



























5. The Economics Association
6. Debating and Literary Society
7. Hobby Center
8. Wildlife and nature club
9. Planning Forum
10. Placement Cell




















FYA (For Your Assistance), a Social Media Company, visited
the campus for pre-placement presentation on 13
September 2012.
Oberoi Group visited the campus on 9 October 2012.
Google India visited the campus on 10 October 2012.
Mahesh Tutorials visited campus on 23 October 2012, the
recruitment is in process.
Jones Lang LaSalle visited campus on 20 November. Two
students were selected.
Protivity Consulting Pvt. Ltd. Visited on 10 December. Two
students were selected.
Milestone Interactive visited the college on 18 December.
One student was selected.
Axis Risk Consulting visited the college on 19 December .
Two students were selected.
Edelweiss Securities visited the college on 23 December.
Five students were selected.
Citi Group had off campus interview on 10 January. One
student was selected.
Duestche Bank visited the college on 11 January. Five
students were selected.
Coupon Duniya on campus on 16 January 2013. One
student was selected.
ACME visited the college on 8 February. One student was
selected.
RBI, FLIP, ICICI Securities, Kotak Securities, Morgan
Stanley, Gallup India, Test Funda, Jupiter Infomedia & Kroll
Advisory recruitments are in process.
The Women Development Cell is a Statutory committee set up
each year to raise awareness regarding sexual harassment on
the college premises and also to resolve issues regarding sexual
exploitation.
Events: This year the State Government of Maharashtra
launched a campaign to create awareness about issues relating
to gender sensitization in colleges. The WDC along with other
associations in the college organized the following activities:
An essay competition on Gender Equality.
Aposter making competition on Gender Equality.
Street Plays highlighting issues relating to Gender Equality
and Sensitization.
Slogans coined by students on Gender Equality and other
related issues.
A visit to the Juhu Police Station was organized for college
students and they were briefed regarding the procedure for
filling an FIR.
SIFE motto to bring together the top leaders of today and
tomorrowto create a better, more sustainable world through
the positive for filling an FIR.
The college publishes an annual magazine 'Young
Endeavour'. Apart from reporting all the activities-curricular,
extra and co-curricular – of the college during an academic
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12. Student in Free Enterprise.
13. Young Endeavour, the official annual college magazine.
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year, it also provides a platformfor the youth to express their
ideas, opinions and thoughts and showcase their talent in
many ways. The creative section of the magazine includes
articles, poetry, short stories, essays, etc. written by
students in English, Gujarati, Hindi and Marathi. Original art
work and photographs taken by students are also published
in the magazine. An editorial team comprising a few
teachers as well as students compile and edit the content
published in the magazine.
Intent 2012, the Business Plan Competition, aimed to
provide NM College students a platform where they could
learn about new venture creation process, was open to all
students of NM College. Either individually or in a group of
maximum three. The Prizes for the winners include trophies
and cash awarded on the College Annual Day as first Place –
Rs.25,000/- Second Palce- Rs.15,000/- Third Place-
Rs.10,000/-.
To promote awareness among students, about rich
content of various aspects of Gujarati language.
To provide platform to students to showcase their creative
Gujarati literary talent.
To strengthen sense of oneness among Gujarati & non-
gujarati students by introducing them to Gujarati language
literary works-poems, verses etc. and depiction of various
human emotions.
Scope of activities of Gujarati Sahitya Mandal includes
Mono acting in Gujarati, recitation of own poems and its
analysis, reading of short stories, Ras-garba, interacting
with stage actors, poets and writers of Gujarati language.
Our College organized a Refresher Course for the ninth time on
behalf of University Grant Commission-Academic Staff College,
University of Mumbai from 8 October, 2012 to 27 October,
2012. The theme of the refresher course was '
' . Dr. Meena
14. Business Plan Competition – Intent 2012.
15. Marathi Sahitya Mandal ( ).
16. Hindi Sahitya Mandal ( ).
17. Gujarati Sahitya mandal.
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Chandrawarkar, Honorable Vice Chancellor, Karnataka State
Women University inaugurated the course. It was a proud
moment for NM as she is an alumni of the college. Learned and
experienced Resource Persons were invited from the streams of
Finance, Banking, Accountancy and Economics.
In its pursuance for educational excellence and research the
college is planning to come up with a National level
interdisciplinary double blind peer review journal entitled
“ ” focusing on research articles in the field of
Commerce, Accountancy, Management, Economics, Law,
Social sciences and Humanities.
The objectives behind the Publication of this journal are:
1. To elicit trigger new insights and disseminate diverse ideas
from the research papers on various subjects to faculty and
students.
2. To inspire faculty members for research work and increase
research activities among faculty members in the college.
3. To enhance knowledge related to the subjects in the
syllabus.
4. To give a platform to explore their knowledge and express
their views through research.
5. To motivate the faculty members towards subject related
reading, analyzing and presenting their views.
6. To help in improving teaching skills and interaction with
students as well as staff members.
Our college is publishing an annual student's journal with ISSN
number. The students interested in submitting their research
articles submit it in a particular format and collect the first hand
data through a questionnaire or interview for their research
purpose. The students of all courses studying in our college
submit the research articles in their own words. The students
who collect primary data for Manshodhan( Research paper
competition) or for their class assignments may use the same
primary data for writing the research article which would be
useful for themfor job opportunities.
Mrs. Amee Vora – Vice Principal
Mrs. Deepa Chitnis- Convener
Ms. Jennifer D'souza
Mr. Harish Sharma
Mr. Shivesh Shukla
Mrs. Anupama Chavan
Mrs. Zarna Desai
Mrs. Bhavana Menon
Mrs. Richa Saxena
Mrs. Anamika Banerjee
Ms. Daksha Pandya
Ms. Kavita Surve
19. Nav manthan: Journal Publication.
NavManthan
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20. The Visage – Student's journal
21. The Prospectus Committee
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The Curriculum – M.Com.
(Advanced Accounting, Business Management and Banking & Finance)
(Special Courses in Advanced Accounting, Business Management and Banking &Finance)
Note:
The duration of the M.com Programme shall be of two year consisting of Four (04) Semesters. The examination for the Master of
Commerce programme will be held at the end of every semester viz. Semester I, Semester II, Semester III and Semester IV. The
Examination for semester I will be held in the Second half of the academic year in which the learner was admitted (i.e. October /
November), Semester II examinations will be held in the first half of the calendar year (April/ May), Semester III examination will be
held in the second Half of the Calendar year (October / November) and semester IV End in the first half of the calendar year (April/
May).
The syllabus in the paper prescribed for Semester I, II, III and IV Examinations will be made available to student in due course.
Semester I and II Semester III and IV
Compulsory Papers: Compulsory Papers:
I. Optional paper: Advance Accounting I. Optional paper: Advance Accounting
II. Optional paper: Business Management II.Optionalpaper:Business Management
III. Optional paper: Banking and Finance II. Optional paper: Banking &Finance
1. Strategic Management 1. Research Methodology
2. Economics of Global Trade and Finance
2.Advanced Financial Management
3. Advanced Financial Accounting 3. Advanced Auditing
4. Advanced Costing Accounting 4. Direct and Indirect Tax
3. Human Resource management 2. Organizational Behaviour
4. Marketing Strategies and Plans 3. International Marketing
4.EntrepreneurshipManagement
1. Commercial Bank Management 2. Financial Market in India
2. Financial Services 3. International Finance
4. Investment Management
Ordinances & regulations related to the
M.Com. Course:
O.5977: A learner for being eligible for admission to the
Postgraduate programme i.e. Master of Commerce, shall have
passed the examination for the degree of Bachelor of Commerce
(three years/ Six semester integrated course) or the degree
B.com (Old course) or the other Semester based Programmes
i.e. Bachelor of Commerce (Banking & Insurance) or Bachelor of
Commerce (Accounting & Finance) or Bachelor of Commerce
(Financial Market) or bachelor of Management Studies (B.M.S.)
of this University or an examination of any other University
recognized as equivalent thereto.
O.5982: However no learner will be allowed to appear for
Semester IV examination unless he/she has passed all the
courses of Semester I &Semester II examination previously.
O.5983: The result of Semester IV shall be kept in abeyance
(RLE) until the learner passes each of lower Semesters
Examination (i.e. Semester I, II and III).
O.5984: The result of Semester IV Examination of M.com.
Programme will not be declared of such learner/s who has not
obtained their Degree (Convocation) Certificate of the Bachelor's
Programme earlier from their concerned College/
Institution/University as applicable.
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R.8457/R.8461/R.8464/R.8468:
R.8458/R.8462/R.8465/R.8469:
The learners to pass a
course shall have to obtain a minimum of 40% marks in
aggregate in the evaluation of the course consists of Internal
Assessment & Semester End Examination. The learners shall
obtain minimumof 40%marks (i.e. 16 out of 40) in the Internal
Assessment and 40% marks in Semester End Examination (i.e.
24 Out of 60) separately. A learner will be declared to have
passed the course if the learner passes the Internal Assessment
&Semester End Examination together.
In case of failed learner,
exemption shall be granted in the course/s where the learner has
obtained at least Grade 'E' (i.e. aggregate 40marks) in that
course as per the R.8457/R.8461/R.8464/R.8468.
Scheme of Examination for M.Com.
O.5990: Learners who has passed the M.com Examination of
the University by papers under the semester based Credit &
Grading based system with the overall grades mentioned in
column 1 and who desire to improve their overall grades as
shown in column 2, will be permitted at their option to appear
again for the semester End Examinations Only (and not the
Internal Assessment) of the Semester I, Semester II, Semester III
and Semester IV with the courses opted earlier by themin all four
Semesters simultaneously without being required to keep any
terms within a period of five years following the April or October
examination at which they pass:
Standard of passing Examination: Semester I, II, III and IV
Column I Column II
1. Overall Grade E 1.1Overall Grade D&above
2. Overall Grade D &above 2.1Overall Grade B&above
3. Overall Grade C 3.1Overall Grade B&above
However, the marks and grades obtained by such a learner in the
Internal Assessment of the Semester I, Semester II, Semester III
and Semester IV Examinations in all the courses shall be carried
forward and the learner will not be allowed to appear for the
internal assessment of any of the course/s at any of the Semester.
O.5999: A successful learner i.e. the learner who has passed all
the courses of each of the Semester I, Semester II, Semester III
and Semester IV shall be awarded grades shown in table:
Grade Marks Grade points SGPA / CGPA
O 70 & above 7 7 & Above
A 60 to 69.99 6 6 to 6.99
B 55 to 59.99 5 5 to 5.99
C 50 to 54.99 4 4 to 4.99
D 45 to 49.99 3 3 to 3.99
E 40 to 44.99 2 2 to 2.99
F (Fail) 39.99 & below 1 1 to 1.99
Note: The above norms are subject to change as per the directives of the University of Mumbai.
Other Information:
Number of Seats: 60
Cut off 2012-13
(M.Com-part I – Advanced Accounting)
Category: Open: 68.29%;
Gujarati: 71.57%;
Others: 83.43%
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Excellence in Teaching
At N M, we enable the 'wholesome' development of each student in the educational, personal, social, cultural and intellectual
prowess. We revel in the diversity and experience that the teaching fraternity brings as we remain firmly rooted in the best traditions of
our educational practice.
The variety of teaching encourages students to improve their skills required to meet challenges of the industry there by providing an in-
depth insight to a growing competition.
We enable each faculty member to build a strong student staff relationship through innovative teaching methods like presentations by
student, discussions, debates, projects, case studies etc.
Shri Sunil B. Mantri, Princial
Mrs. Gomathi V. Iyer, Vice Principal ; Ms. Amee Vora, Vice Principal
Mrs. Richa Saxena, Co-ordinator - BMS
Ms. Swarupa Tamhankar,
Mr. Vinayak Karande
Ms. Rohini Madavi
Manorath Joshi
Mrs. Anamika Banerjee, Co-ordinator - BAF
(M.Sc., P.G.D.B.A., N.E.T.,)
(B.M.S., M.M.S., N.E.T.)
(M.M.S., N.E.T.)
BMS, MMS, NET
B.E. (Electronics), PGDM (Marketing),
Mcom, NET
BHMCT, DLL & LW, MPM, NET
M.Com, PGPM, MBA, NET
M.A. (Economics)
Mr. Conrad Coelho,
Ms. Nazia Shaikh
Ms. Tanaya Achrekar
Core Faculties
Mrs. Bhavana Goyal
Mr. Harish Sharma, Co-ordinator – M.Com
Ms. Daksha Pandya,
Ms. Shaily Chheda
Ms. Kavita Surve, Co-ordinator – B.Sc. (IT)
Mr. Ashish Gavande
M.Com., C.A., NET
(M.Com., C.A., N.E.T.)
Coordinator - BFM,
(M.Com., D.M.S., D.H.E.)
B.Com (A & F), C.A.
M.Com, M.Phil, NET
(M.Sc. (I.T.), M.Phil.)
MSc. (IT), NET
Ms. Kasturi Bhave,
Mrs. Neha Maru
Ms. Anupama Jawle
C.A., N.E.T.
B.Sc., M.C.M., N.E.T., S.E.T., M. Phil.
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Bachelor of Management Studies:
O 3941: “A candidate for being eligible for admission to the BMS Degree Course shall have passed HSC Examination of the
Maharashtra State Board of Higher Secondary Education or its equivalent examination or Diploma course in any Engineering
Branches with two years or three years after SSC conducted by the Board of Technical Examination or its equivalent examination by ”
No college shall conduct any entrance test in any form and the admissions are purely based on merit duly following the reservation
policy as per the norms of Government
of Maharashtra. While drawing the merit list, weightage has to be given to students fromArts, Commerce and Science Streamat 12th
Standard level.
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Admisson Information:
The stream wise weightage to be given is as under:
Stream Commerce Arts Science Diploma in Engineering and other
Percentage 45% 25% 25% 5%
The application are to be accepted and processed by the
colleges stream wise separately and the merit list is to be
displayed stream wise taking into account the reservation policy
prescribed by the Government of Maharashtra.
• The merit list is to be prepared and displayed streamwise.
In case if no applications are received under the “Diploma in
Engineering and other Category” or if the seats remain
vacant in “ Diploma in Engineering and other Category”
after all the merit lists / forms are exhausted, the vacant
seats must be transferred to Commerce Stream.
In case if no application is received from any stream the
vacant seats are to be distributed equally between the
remaining two streams only.
After the first merit list is displayed, if any seat allotted to
one stream remains 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 two streams must be transferred to the
third stream.
Step (d) to be repeated for the subsequent merit lists till all
the forms are exhausted or the final merit is displayed,
whichever is earlier.
0 5204 (a). A candidate for being eligible for admission to the
Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting & Finance) Degree Course
shall have passed XIIth Std. Examination of the Maharashtra




Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting &Finance)
Board of Higher Secondary Education or its equivalent
examination and secured not less than 45% marks in aggregate
at first attempt (40%in case of reserved category).
(b). Every candidate admitted to the degree course in the
constituent / affiliated college / recognised institution,
conducting the course, shall have to register himself/herself
with the University.
(a). A candidate for being eligible for admission to the Bachelor
of Commerce (Financial Markets) Degree Course shall have
passed XIIth Std. Examination of the Maharashtra Board of
Higher Secondary Education or its equivalent examination
and secured not less than 45% marks in aggregate at first
attempt (40%in case of reserved category).
(b). Every candidate admitted to the degree course in the
constituent /affiliated college/ recognized institution,
conducting the course, shall have to register himself/herself
with the University.
a. 0.5051: A candidate for being eligible for admission to the
Degree course Bachelor of Science (Information
Technology) Degree Course shall have passed XIIth
Standard. Examination of the Maharashtra Board of Higher
Secondary Education or its equivalent examination with
Mathematics and Statistics as one of the subject and
should have secured not less than 45% marks in aggregate
Bachelor of Commerce (Financial Markets)
Bachelor of Science (Information Technology) (B.Sc. (IT)
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and 40% marks in aggregate in case of reserved category
candidates.
b. Candidate who have passed Diploma (Three year after
S.S.C. xth standard) in information Technology / Computer
Technology / Computer Engineering / Computer Science /
Electrical Electronics and Video Engineering and Civil &
Allied Branches are eligible for direct admission to the
Second year of the B.Sc. (I.T.) degree college.
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.
Candidate with post HSC-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
Technology Education or any other recognized Government
Body. Minimum marks required 45% aggregate for open
Category Candidates and 40% aggregate for reserved category
candidates.
0.5053B.Sc. (Information Technology)
a. NOentrance test will be conducted.
Admission will be on merit, based on the order of preference
as follows
a. Marks in Mathematics and Statistics at H.S.C. or equivalent
b. Aggregate Marks at HSC(Std.XII) or equivalent
c. Aggregate marks at S.S.C. (Std.X)
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ENROLEMENT
A student passing the H.S.C. examination of the Maharashtra
State Board Secondary and Higher Secondary Education, and
eligible for admission to the First year B.Comclass shall apply to
the Registrar of University of Mumbai for a Certificate of
Enrolment.
Application forms for enrolment together with statement of HSC
marks and copies thereof are to be submitted along with the fees
to the University of Mumbai through the college.
Procedure for securing admission for students who have passed
their HSC / Equivalent Examination from other than
Maharashtra Board.
a. Students will have to apply for “Provisional Statement of
Eligibility”. The prescribed form is available in the college
office. Students are required to fill the form, attach the
attested photocopy of the mark sheet and make the
necessary payment in the college. The certificate will be
issued to the student as and when the certificate is received
fromthe University.
b. The applicant is required to attach the certificate of
“Provisional Statement of Eligibility” to the application form
along with the other documents as specified during the
admission process and submit the same to the college as
per the schedule specified.
c. No application form will be accepted without the
“Provisional Statement of Eligibility” or the receipt of its
application to the college/university.
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Refund of fees can be claimed as per Mumbai University's Circular No. UG/412 of 2008
0.2859: Refund of Tution, Development and all other fees after cancellation of admissions:
The Candidate who have taken admission in under graduate courses in Govt. colleges, in Govt. aided and unaided courses conducted
by affiliated colleges, and recognized institutions 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 the 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:
Refund of Fees
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Table – 1: Fee Deduction on cancellation of admission
NOTE: The total amount considered for the refund of fees from
the commencement of academic term of the courses including
the following:
i) The fee charged towards group insurance and all fee
components to be paid as University share (including Vice-
Chancellor fund, university fee for sports and cultural
activities, E-charge, disaster management fund, exam.
Fee and Enrollment fee) are non-refundable if payment is
made by the college prior to the date of cancellation.
ii) Fee 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.
iii) All refundable deposits (Laboratory, Caution Money and
Library etc.) Shall be fully returned at the time of
cancellation.
Provided that wherever admissions are made through
centralized admission process for professional and / or for any
other course by other component Authorities, the Refund Rules
are applicable if specified by such authorities (as per the rules of
relevant agencies) for the 1 year admission. In case of
admission to subsequent years of the course, 0.2859 is
applicable for cancellation admission.
st
Provided further that this refund rule is concurrent with the rules
guidelines of other professional statutory bodies appointed for
admission for relevant courses.
Further that 0.2859-A & 0.2859-B have been repealed and the
amended 0.2859 relating to the refund of Tution Fees,
Development and all other fees after cancellation of admission
for the Under Graduate Courses has been brought into force with
effect fromthe academic year 2008-2009.
Application for the refund of College deposit must be made
within one year of the applicant ceasing to be student of the
College, failing which the deposit amount will be forfeited.
The total amount considered for the refund of fees from
the commencement of academic term of the courses includes
the following:
(i) The fee charged towards group insurance and all fee
components to be paid as University share (including Vice-
Chancellor fund, University fee for sports and cultural
activities, E-charge, disaster management fund, exam Fee
Refund of College Deposit
Refund of Fees for M.Com
NOTE:
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and Enrollment fee) are non-refundable if payment is
made to the college prior to the date of cancellation.
(ii) Fee collected for Identity card and Library card, admission
form and prospectus, enrollment and any other courses
specific fee are not refundable after the commencement of
the academic term.
(iii) All refundable deposits (Laboratory, Caution Money and
Library etc.) shall be fully returned at the time of
cancellation.
0.3574: (a) The registration fees once paid for the post graduate
course will not be refunded for any reason.
(b) The tuition fees paid by the candidate for the course in
which he is registered as a post graduate student will be
refunded to him, if he leaves the said course without
attending any lectures, seminars or practical's, subject to
the deduction of 25% of the tuition fees there from as the
administrative charges. An application by the candidate
Given beloware the ordinances regarding refund of fees for the
M.Com. Class:
for such refund will only be entertained if it is received by
the Registrar/Head of the University Department within
fifteen days from the date of commencement of the
lectures of the academic year for which the fees is paid.
(c) The tuition fees paid by a candidate for the course in which
he is registered as a post graduate student will be refunded
to him if he leaves the said course and joins another
courses of this university for which he has applied at the
same time and the selection of the new course of this
University is made later, subject to the deduction of 25%
as administrative charges. An application by the candidate
for such refund will only be entertained if it is received by
the Registrar/Head of the University Department within
fifteen days from the date of commencement of the
lectures of his paying the tuition fess for the newcourse.
Application FOR THE
College deposit must be made within one year of the applicant
ceasing to be a student of the College, failing which the deposit
amount will be forfeited.
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Warning
Ragging is strictly prohibited in the college premises and outside. Students indulging in
ragging other students will be punished as per 'The Maharashtra Prohibition of Ragging Act,
1999 (Mah. XXXIII of 1999) Published in Maharashtra Govt. Gazette on 15th May 1999.'
Such students will also be expelled from the college and F.I.R will be lodged with the police
against them. Moreover, it will be mentioned in the college leaving certificate of such students
that they are expelled because of their indulgence in ragging.
The students found guilty of ragging earlier will not be admitted to this college.
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IDENTITY CARD
RAILWAY CONCESSION
AIRLINE CONCESSION
A valid Identity Card is issued to every bonafide student at the
time of admission. It is compulsory for every student to carry the
Identity Card while being on the campus . Student should file an
FIR and with the copy of the FIR should apply for the duplicate
Identity Card against Payment of Rs.200in case of loss.
Students will not be allowed in the Examination hall without a
valid Identity Card.
For University Examinations, candidates are required to produce
their identity cards bearing their photographs attested by the
Principal, alongwith their Hall Tickets at the examination
centres.
Students can avail concessional fares for rail travel by local trains
between the stations nearest to the place of their residence in
Mumbai and the College (Vile Parle Station). Students are
requested to enter their local and permanent addresses correctly
in the Admission Forms to facilitate issue of Railway concession
orders.
The place of permanent residence, in the application for
admission, means the place where the student and/or his
parents normally reside. This address will not be allowed to be
changed during the academic year.
Students can also avail, during vacation period, concessional
fares by rail for journeys between their place of permanent
residence and Mumbai during vocation.
Students can also avail of concessional fares for air travel during
vacation period. Students desiring to avail the Airline concession
should submit the prescribed form to the college office atleast 3
days in advance, for endorsement.
Documents Issued by the College
TRANSCRIPTS
BONAFIDE CERTIFICATE
TRANSFERANCE CERTIFICATE
SCHOLARSHIPS &FREESHIPS
Students desirous of pursuing further studies abroad should
apply for transcripts to the college office well in advance. After
verification of marksheets, the college will hand over the
transcrips in ten days time. Charges for issuing the transcripts is
Rs.1000/-
Students with a genuine reason can apply for a bonafide
certificate to the college. Students may contact the Information
Counter to apply for a Bonafide Certificate. Charge for issuing the
Bonafied certificate is Rs.20/-
1 In a transfer case, no student will at any time be admitted to
this College unless he/she produces a Transference
Certificate fromthe College he/she leaves.
2 College is entitled to charge a fee of Rs.150/- for issuing the
certificate.
3 As a result of a student leaving one College to join another, it
will be necessary for him/her to count the attendance kept
by him / her in more than one College to enable him/her to
make up the necessary percentage of attendance. A
Transferance Certificate shall not be granted except for
reasons, which appear to be sufficient and except with the
written permission of the Principal of the College that the
student wants to leave and the Principal of the College,
which he/she intends to join.
4 Applications for Transfer Certificate shall be made by the
students without unnecessary delay through the Principal of
the College to which they wish to be transferred.
Deserving students can apply through the appropriate channel,
for Scholarships and Freeships. Prescribed forms for freeship for
wards of Ex-Servicemen, Freedom Fighters, Secondary School
Teachers, Primary School Teachers are available. Freeship forms
for SC, ST, DT, NT, OBC and SBC category students are available
in the college office. Forms for scholarship by Department of
District Social Welfare for SC/ST students with a minimum of
Second class are also available at the college office.
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1 Every student must obtain on admission, the Identity Card
which must have his/her photograph duly attested and
present it for inspection on demand.
2 Every student is required to maintain a minimum of 75%
attendance in each term in each subject, failing which the
college authorities may not allow the student to appear at
the final examination, as per University norms.
3 Students must not loiter in the College premises while the
classes are going on.
4 In case of illness, the Principal should be informed by the
parents personally.
5 Students must not attend classes other than their own,
without the permission of the Principal.
6 Smoking is strickly prohibited on the College premises.
7 Students are required to maintain strict discipline and
orderly conduct & refrain from engaging themselves in any
kind of unruly behaviour.
8 No Society or Association shall be formed in the College and
no person invited to address a meeting without the
Principal's prior permission.
9 No Student shall collect any money or contribution for
picnic, trip, educational visit to some place, get-together,
study-notes, charity or any other activity without prior
sanction fromthe Principal.
10 No Student will be allowed to take active part in current
politics.
11 No student shall communicate any information or write
about matters dealing with the College administration to the
Press.
12 Students are expected to take proper care of college property
and help in keeping the premises clean. Damaging college
property e.g. disfiguring walls, doors, fittings, or breaking
furniture, misuse of A.C. etc., will be considered as a breach
of discipline and the guilty will be duly punished.
13 Students should not leave their books, valuables and other
belongings in the classroom.
College Rules & Regulations
14 The College is not responsible for loss of property. However,
students may make a claim for loss of property at the office,
if it is deposited in the College Office.
15 Students applying for certificates, testimonials, etc. and
those requiring the Principal's signature on any kind of
document or application should first contact the College
office. Students should not bring any paper directly to the
Principal for his/her signature.
16 If, for any reason, the continuance of a student in the
College, is, in the opinion of the Principal, detrimental to the
best interest of the College, the Principal may ask such a
student to leave the College without assigning any reason.
17 Students joining the College are bound by the rules and
regulations of the College.
18 Insubordination and abusive language or misconduct on the
part of a student are sufficient reasons for his/her suspension
or dismissal.
19 Students receiving Government or College Scholarships or
any remission in fees, must note that the grant and
continuance thereof are subject to good behaviour, regular
attendance and satisfactory progress and good results at the
College and Board Examinations.
20 Students using unfair means at Examinations will not be
readmitted to the College.
21 It is responsibility of the student to read the notice boards
regularly for important announcements made by the College
office fromtime to time. They will not be excused or be given
any concession on grounds of ignorance.
22 Matters not covered by the existing rules will be at the
absolute discretion of the Principal.
23 Disciplinary action will be taken against students found
carrying cellphones, pagers, walkmans, diskmans, or any
other electronic devices etc.
24 Use of cell phones, is strictly prohibited in the college
premises. Students found using cell phones, will be fined
Rs. 500/ and/or their cell phones will be confiscated.
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Self Financing Courses
Industrial Visit to Mahindra & Mahindra Industrial visit to Sudarsanam Spinning Mills (Silvassa)
Orientation Programme for FYBMS, FYBAF, FYBFM & FYB.Sc. IT
Industrial Visit to ABB (Nashik)
Orientation Programme for FYBMS, FYBAF, FYBFM & FYB.Sc. IT
Rank Holders TYBMS 2011-12 Results
Candidates Registered 103
DISTINCTION 86
FIRST CLASS 16
PASS CLASS 1
Distinction
First Class
Pass Class
List of Toppers TYBMS 2011-12
S.N. NAME OF THE STUDENTS MARKS PERCENTAGE
1 Hiba Sayed 1036 86.33
2 Shobhit Birla 1017 84.75
3 Hitakshi Maheshwari 1001 83.41
4 Apeksha Sheth 993 82.75
5 Nivedita Misra 990 82.50
6 Nafisa Nagi 990 82.50
7 Miloni Shah 989 82.41
8 Juhi Shah 989 82.41
9 Enakshee Deva 984 82.00
10 Prayukta Koradia 980 81.66
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Rank Holders 2011-12
TYBMS
SYBMS
FYBMS
Manisha Punjabi
(I Ranker) Semester I & II
BAF
Lovita D'souza
(I Ranker)
Sem I
Saloni Sheth
(I Ranker)
Sem II
Ruchi Gor
(I Ranker)
Sem III & IV
FYBFM
Mahek Bhadricha
Topper Sem II
Rohan Kamdar
Topper Sem I
Umang Khetan
(I Ranker) Semester III
Janugna Desai
(I Ranker) Semester IV
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Shri Vile Parle Kelavani Mandal’s
Narsee Monjee College of Commerce & Economics
Juhu Scheme, Vile Parle (W), Mumbai-400056. • 4233 8000 • 26180555 • Email: nmcollege@vsnl.net
Shri Vile Parle Kelavani Mandal’s
No.
Sr. No. Institute Year of Establishment
Other Infrastructure Facilities
1. SVKM's NMIMS Deemed-to-be University - Mumbai
- Matushri Kundangauri Manharlal Sanghvi Girls Hostel 2003
- Mukesh Patel School of Technology Management & Engineering 2006
- School of Business Management 2006
- School of Distance Learning 2006
- Shobhaben Pratapbhai Patel School of Pharmacy & Technology Management 2006
- Anil Surendra Modi School of Commerce 2007
- Balwant Sheth School of Architecture 2007
- School of Science 2007
- Institute of Intellectual Property Studies 2009 (2000)
- Sarla Anil Modi School of Economics 2010
2. SVKM's NMIMS Deemed-to-be University - Shirpur
- Academy of Aviation 2007
- Centre for Textile Functions 2007
- Mukesh Patel School of Technology Management & Engineering 2007
- School of Pharmacy & Technology Management 2007
3. SVKM's NMIMS Deemed-to-be University - Off Campus Centres (Proposed)
- Bengaluru Campus
- Chandigarh Campus
- Hyderabad Campus
4. Smt. Gokalibai Punamchand Pitamber High School 1934
5. Mithibai College of Arts, Chauhan Institute of Science 1961
6. Shri Bhagubhai Mafatlal Polytechnic 1963
7. Narsee Monjee College of Commerce & Economics 1964
8. Shri Gangaprasad Ranchodbhai Jani Boys Hostel 1968
9. Shri Manilal Vadilal Nanavati Prathmik Shala 1974
10. Chauhan Jr. College of Arts & Science 1976
11. Jitendra Chauhan College of Law 1977
12. Amrutben Jivanlal College of Commerce 1980
13. Shri Dhirajlal Vrajlal Parekh ShishuVilhar 1981
14. Parag Vijay Datt Drama Academy 1989
15. Harkisan Mehta Foundation Institute of Journalism & Mass Communication 1990
16. Shri Chhotabhai B. Patel Research Centre for Chemistry & Biological Sciences 1990
17. Acharya Ambalal V. Patel Jr. College 1992
18. Dwarkadas J. Sanghvi College of Engineering 1994
19. Chatrabhuj Narsee Memorial School & ND Parekh Pre-Primary School 1997
20. Mukeshbai R. Patel Military School, Shirpur 2003
21. Usha Pravin Gandhi College of Management 2003
22. Dr. Bhanuben Nanavati College of Pharmacy 2004
23. Pravin Gandhi College of Law (5-Year) 2004
24. Institute of International Studies 2006
25. SVKM International School 2008
26. Centre for Performing Arts 2010
27. Shri Bhaidas Maganlal Sabhagriha 1973
28. Jashoda Rang Mandir 1975
29. Santokba Sanskar Sadan 1975
30. JuhuJagruti Hall 1990
31. Babubhai Jagjivandas Hall 2000
32. Pravin Gandhi Pavilion 2004
33. Smt. Jashwantiben Vinod Goradia Auditorium 2011
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• I am not registered at any other institution for any other course of study offered by the University.
• I am aware that a student is required to attend at least 75% of the working days in each term to be eligible to take the Semester End/ final
examination as laid down in Ordinance 119 of the University of Mumbai.
• I am also aware that, to keep a term, as laid down in Ordinance 125, I must complete, to the Principal's satisfaction, the course of study
prescribed by the University of Mumbai, for the class.
• I hereby agree, and give my consent, that my terms may not be granted in case I fail to fulfil the provisions of Ordinance 119 and 125 of the
University of Mumbai.
• I also agree to abide by the discipline rules of the College.
Date : _________________ Signature of Parent / Guardian Signature of Student
6. Date of Birth : (according to School Leaving Certificate) _______________________________________________________________________________
Place of Birth: ______________________Taluka : ________________________ District : ____________________ State : _________________________
7. (a) Mother tongue : ______________________________ (b)*Male / Female ______________________ (c) *Married / Unmarried ___________________
(d) Nationality _______________________________________________ (e) Community : ___________________________________________________
8. Student Aadhar Card No. _______________________________________________________________________________________________________
FOR OFFICE USE ONLY
Amount of fees paid Rs. _______________________________ Receipt No. _________________________________ Date ____________________________
Receiver's Signature
Received application form No. _______________________________________________ for ______________________________________ course.
Receiver's Signature
Rs. 100/-
Student's Sign strictly inside the
box with Black Ink only
Note: Please submit separate
forms for each course applied for
T.Y./XII MARKS OUT OF
*XII STREAM Commerce Science Arts Others
*(Tick any one)
BAF BFM BSc. I.T. M.Com BMS
BM ACT
ADMIT
Principal
1. Full Name (in Block letters) Shri / Kumari ___________________________________________________________________________________
Surname First Name Father's Name
2. Mother's Name : Mrs.: __________________________________________________________________________________________________
9. Games/Sports participation in Jr./Sr. College (1) ____________________________ (2) _______________________________
10. Extra-curricular activities in Jr./Sr. College (1) ______________________________ (2) _______________________________
11. Prize / Scholarships / Awards won in Jr./Sr. College: ____________________________________________________________
(Strike off whatever is not applicable)
ACADEMIC RECORD:
12. Last academic year, I was in __________________________________________________________________ Jr. / Sr. College
13. Medium of instruction in Jr./ Sr. College______________________________________________________________________
14. Particulars of examination passed :
NOTE:
1. Student has to be Present in person at the time of admission.
2. The Fee will be payable by DD / PO in favour of “SVKM's Narsee Monjee College of Commerce & Economics”
3. Refund of Fee will be as per the rules framed by the University Of Mumbai.
4. A student must submit THREE unused copies of a recent photograph (Size 3 ½ cms. X 3 ½ cms.) along with Admission form
at the time of admission.
(Polaroid photographs are not acceptable).
5. A student shall also submit 5 self addressed envelopes with Rs.5/- Postal Stamp affixed on it.
(In case of equivalent examination, write the name of the examination)
15. Particulars of Applicant's Parent Particulars of Applicant's Guardian
Full Name: Full Name:
Age: Age:
Relationship with the applicant : Relationship with the applicant :
Office address : Office address :
Occupation : Occupation :
Office Tel. No.: Office Tel. No.:
Mobile No.: Mobile No.:
Family Annual Income from all sources Family Annual Income from all sources
Aadhar Card No. Aadhar Card No.
Students seeking admission to any of the Self Finance Courses offered at our college shall NOT be permitted to pursue any
course simultaneously that is not offered by our college.
The Principal
Narsee Monjee College of Commerce & Economics
Vile Parle (West),
Mumbai - 400 056.
Date : ________________
UNDERTAKING
NAME: ________________________________________________________________________________
CLASS: _______________________________________ ROLL No.: _______________________________
We also know that in order to qualify for the final examination, the admitted student has to keep 75%
attendance separately for each term/ semester as per University ordinance 119. We note that in the event
of any default in attendance and discipline, the College authorities can take disciplinary action against the
student including withdrawal of permission from appearing at the Term End / Semester End / Final
Examination.
Signature of Parent / Guardian : _____________________
(Signature of Student)
Full Name : _______________________________________
_____________________
Date : ______________________ (Full Name)
Mumbai : ______________________
Undertaking From All Gujarati Speaking Students Seeking
Admission Under Linguistic Minority Category
Date: ___________________
To,
The Principal
Narsee Monjee College of Commerce & Economics
Vile Parle (West)
Mumbai – 400056
SUB: FIRST YEAR ______________________________________________________________________
CATEGORY: GUJRATI LINGUISTIC MINORITY
Sir,
I solemnly declare that my son / daughter / ward belongs to the Gujrati Linguistic Minority Category. If,
however, the information furnished by us is found to be incorrect at any stage, I understand that his / her
admission will be cancelled.
Student Parent / Guardian
Name: ____________________________________ Name: _____________________________________
Signature: _________________________________ Signature: __________________________________
Address : __________________________________ Address : __________________________________
__________________________________________ __________________________________________
__________________________________________ __________________________________________
__________________________________________ __________________________________________
Tel.: ______________________________________ Tel.: ______________________________________
SVKM’s Narsee Monjee College of Commerce and Economics
Juhu, Vile Parle (West), Mumbai 400056
18
th
June 2013

NOTE FOR APPLICANTS TO M.Com Programme
(Advance Accountancy, Business Management & Banking & Finance)

a. Prospectus and Admission form will be issued from 22
nd
June to 27
th
June 2013
between 10.00 a.m. to 12.30 p.m.at the counters opp. the college gate. Prospectus
and admission form can also be downloaded from our website www.nmcollege.in.

b. Filled in forms along with the documents specified in “d” will be accepted from
24
th
June 2013 to 27
th
June 2013 from 10.00 a.m. to 12.30 p.m.in Room No.3 on the
Ground Floor of the College Building.NO FORM WILL BE ACCEPTED AFTER THE DUE
DATE.

c. Eligibility Criterion for M.Com. Part I Programme: O.2310: A candidate for being
eligible for admission to the Master of Commerce Courseshall have passed the
examination for the degree of Bachelor of Commerce of this University (Three Year
Integrated Course) of the degree of B.Com. (Old Course) of this University, OR
Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting & Finance) OR Bachelor of Commerce (Banking
& insurance) OR Bachelor of Management Studies degree examination OR an
examination of any other University recognised as equivalent thereto OR Bachelor
of Mass Media Degree Examination) at the M.Com. Degree levels.

d. The applicant needs to submit ONLY the PHOTO copies (NO ORIGINALS) of the
following documents along with the application form :
One Passport Size Photograph
T.Y. B.Com./B.M.S./B.A.F./B.B.I/BFM.
Provisional Statement of Eligibility, in case of students who have
passed their Graduation or equivalent examinations from other
than University of Mumbai.
Students applying under Gujarati Speaking Category are required to
submit their caste certificate along with the application form.
Any other certificate, if required

e. ALL THE MERIT LISTS WOULD BE BASED ON THE FORMS COLLECTED from24
th
June 2013 to
27
th
June 2013
f. No forms will be accepted after the due date
g. Display of merit lists and payment of fees :
Sr. no. Particulars Dates Timings & Venue
1 FIRST MERIT LIST 27
th
June 2013 6.00 p.m., near the College gate
Payment of Fees 28
th
June & 29
th
June 2013 Between 10.00 a.m. to 1.00 pm
2 SECOND MERIT LIST 29
th
June 2013 6.00 p.m.,near the College gate
Payment of Fees 1
st
Julyand 2
nd
July2013 Between 10.00 a.m. to 1.00 pm
3 FINAL MERIT LIST 2
nd
July 2013 6.00 p.m., near the College gate
Payment of Fees 3
rd
July and 4
th
July 2013 Between 10.00 a.m. to 1.00 pm

h. Mcom part I (Sem I) Fees Payable: Rs.9206/- (for open category from student who
has passed T.Y. B.Com./B.M.S./B.A.F./B.B.I. Examination from University of Mumbai
ORRs. 401/- (for Reserve Category Students) by DD or Pay Order ONLY in favour of
“Narsee Monjee College of Commerce and Economics”. NO CASH WILL BE
ACCEPTED.

i. At the time of admissions, the applicants are required to submit the following
documents in ORIGINAL and 2 photo copies of:
T.Y. B.Com./B.M.S./B.A.F./B.B.I./BFM.Marksheet..
Photocopy of Ration Card / Telephone Bill / Electricity Bill as proof of
residence.
Any other certificate as applicable, in the name of the student.
3 recent photographs
Provisional Statement of Eligibility, if required.
5 self addressed envelopes with stamp of Rs. 5/- affixed on the envelope.

j. Once a new merit list is displayed, no admissions shall be made from the earlier
merit list.

j. In case, the student has any difficulty in paying fees or any other problem, he/she
is requested to contact Prof. Mrs. Gomathi Iyer Vice Principal & Convener,
Admission Committee or the Principal only. Please do not inquire with any other
staff for information regarding admissions.

k. Incomplete forms will be rejected

l. Students who have passed their T.Y. B.Com./B.M.S./B.A.F./B.B.I.or equivalent
examination from other than University of Mumbai must apply for Provisional
Statement of Eligibility before they submit the application form for admission to the
M.Com. Programme.

m. All the forms are accepted on provisional basis subject to the verification of the
photocopies with the original documents at the time of admissions.



Principal