Under Graduate Programs

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Program Information

  • Profile

    Faculty Members:

    • Dr. Kirti Pathak, M.Sc., M.Phil, PhD.
    • Dr. Rashmi Vyavaharkar, M.Sc., M.Phil, PhD
    • Mrs. Alka Pant, M.Sc., MPhil
    • Ms. Chetna Ajmera, M.Sc.- Incharge : Experimental Prangan Nursery School

     

  • Subjects Offered

    • Curriculum Planning for Children
    • Children with Special Needs
    • Management of Centres
    • Working with Parents
    • Adulthood & Aging
    • Child Psychology
    • Internship
    • Child Youth & Development
    • Basics of Guidance
    • Early Childhood Education
    • Internship, field work and Family Childhood Practicals
  • INTERNSHIP & PLACEMENTS

    Urban:

    • Save the child, Bandra  (East)
    • Children toy library
    • Mobile Crèches, Wadala
    • Ashray, Bandra (West)
    • Prangan experimental nursery school, Department of Human Development
    • Prangan Nursery & Day Care Centre, Bandra (East)
    • Little Flowers Nursery School (Parel)
    • Visit to different management centres   -  NASEOH, Bal Bhavan, Spastics Soceity, Akshara Ashray, YWCA
    • Shradhanand Mahila Ashram, Matunga
    • Deaf & Dumb School, Wadala
    • Kamala Mehta School for the Blind
    • Anandi School for autism, Vile Parle

    Rural:

    • Quest, Sonale (Tal. Wada)
    • Rural Community Development Centre, Talasari
    • Rural Development Centre, Udwada
    • SOS Village Balgram, Lonavala
  • FUTURE PROSPECTS

    Empowerment through

    Shiksha                             Swasthya

    Swavlamban                      Samajik Nyay

    Samvedana                       Samanta

    Prospects in Jobs & Careers

    • Masters Program – Human Development, Early Childhood Education & Extension Education
    • MA in Counseling, Masters in Social Work
    • EC Educators & Administrators in School
    • Opening Day Care Centres
    • Research Assistance in NGO's
    • Special Educators
    • Computer Programmers
    • Designing Children's books & Songs
    • Creativity & Story telling Classes
    • Designing Teaching Aid

    Organisational Services

    • Consultants                            
    • Child Care                              
    • Teacher Trainers
    • Project Officers
  • COLLABORATION

    COLLABORATION WITH DIFFERENT NGO'S:

    • Quality Education Support Trust (QUEST), Wada
    • Lions Club of Sion
    • Rotary Club of Bombay Uptown
    • Stree Mukti Sanghathana
    • Shradhanand Mahila Ashram
    • Talasari (Rural Community Development Centre)
  • FELICITATION

    2014-2015

    • Dr. Rashmi Vyavaharkar and Mrs. Alka Pant was felicitated by Shraddhanand Mahilashram, Matunga on the occasion of Teachers day

    2015-2016

    • Dr. Kirti Pathak was felicitated by Shraddhanand Mahilashram, Matunga on the occasion of Teachers day

    FELICITATION OF ALUMNI

    • Mrs. Julie Dhanesha  for the year 2011-2012
    • Ms. Charmi Savla for the year 2014-2015
  • Profile

    Established 1987
    Email datar_vrushali27@yahoo.co.in
    Head of Department Dr. Vrushali Datar, Asst. Prof., B. Sc., M. Sc., Ph. D
    Staff Members
    • Ms. Roma Gandhi, Asst. Prof., B. Sc. and M. Sc.
    • Ar. Amrik Singh, Asst. Prof., GD Arch., DCE and GD Interiors

     

  • Subjects Offered

    • Design and Aesthetics
    • Consumer Studies
    • Resource Management
    • Travel Management
    • Business Communication
    • Ergonomics
    • Food and Beverage Services
    • Human Resource Management
    • Housekeeping and Facility Management
    • Tourism Management
    • Front Office Operations and Accommodations
    • Recent Advances in Hospitality Management
    • Marketing Management
    • Basics of Food Production
    • Event Management
    • Professional Applications and Practices in Hospitality Management
  • INTERNSHIP & FIELD WORK

    • Oberoi Hotel (Nariman Point)
    • Ramee Guestline (Dadar)
    • Four Points (Vashi)
    • ITC Grand Central (Parel)
    • Indian Odyssey (Andheri)
    • Adventure Tours and Travels, (Byculla)
    • AB HR Solutions (Bhandup)
    • Crystal HR Solutions Services (Sion)
    • Go Travellerz (Dadar W)
    • Heena Tours and Travels (Ville Parle W)
    • Hypercity India Ltd. (Thane)
    • Akanksha Tourism (Dadar W)
  • UNIQUE FEATURES

    • The third year students set up a mock restaurant with an innovative theme.
    • Students are sent for a training workshop to prominent 4 star and 5 star Hotels, like the Oberoi Hotel, Nariman Point.
    • A workshop is organized for the students in “Travel and Tourism Management” such as at the Garware Institute of Management, Mumbai University.
    • The third year students are taken on a field visit to several hotels and institutes to give them first hand exposure to the hotel industry.
    • The third year students go for a demonstration cum workshop on "Basic Makeup and Hair style" by Ms. Jyuthika Chitre, Co-cordinator, Department of Beauty Culture on 1st and 2nd of July’ 2014.
  • FUTURE PROSPECTS

    • Ergonomist
    • Human Resource Manager
    • Event Manager
    • Tour Escort
    • Restaurant Manager
    • Housekeepers & Hostesses in institutions
    • Entrepreneur
    • Marketing Executive
    • Assistant Manager
    • Receptionist
    • Supervisors
    • Banquet Manager
    • Free lancing
    • Demonstrators
    • Personal Relation Officers
  • ALUMNAE

    MS. DIANA GOMES
    • Junior Counsellor, Indian Odyssey, Andheri.
    MS. NIKITA TAWDE
    • Air Hostess with Air India
    MS. PRITI IYER
    • Customer Care Executive, in Complaints Management Unit, Reliance Life Insurance Company Ltd., Head Office, Mumbai.
    MS. SHRADDHA RANE
    • Best Western Hotel Sahil, Mumbai Central
    MS. TRUPTI ARTE
    • House Keeping Department, ITC, Parel
    MS. VIDYASHREE JADHAV
    • House Keeping Department, Oberoi Hotel, Nariman Point
  • EXPERTS / GUESTS LECTURES

    • Prof. (Dr.) Archna Bhatnagar (External Examiner and an Expert in Ergonomics)
    • Dr. Bishnupriya Dasgupta (External Examiner and an Expert for taking internship presentations)
    • Mrs. Navaz Karanjia (External Examiner and an Expert for taking internship presentations)
    • Ms. Neha Gillon (External Examiner and an Expert for taking internship presentations)
    • Ms. Geetali Nargudkar - Lecture on Indian Geography and sightseeing in Indian states
    • Ms. Teja Sagvekar - Invited to teach fare calculations and IATA geography
  • FELICITATION

    2013-14
    • Ms. Roma Gandhi was felicitated on the occasion of Teachers’ Day on 5th September, 2013by the Chief guest Mrs. Chanda Runwal (Runwal Constructions)for her contribution to the field of research and academics, as well as presentations at International Level.
    • Ms. Roma Gandhi 2004,Asst. Prof. at Dr. BMN College
    2012-2013
    • Ms. Roma Gandhi was felicitated for contribution in the field of Research and Academics and Presentations at International level.
    • Ms. Moushmi Doshi (Alumni)
  • RESEARCH & PROJECTS

    PROJECTS AND SURVEY DONE BY THE STUDENTS ALONG WITH MS. ROMA GANDHI
    • Motivation
    • Leadership
    • Soft furnishings
    • Glass: An Elegant Material
    PROJECTS AND SURVEY DONE BY THE STUDENTS ALONG WITH DR. VRUSHALI DATAR
    • e-Marketing
    • Green consumers
    • Special offers
    • Mall culture
    • Travel Documents
    • Itineraries of Domestic and International Tourism
    • Brochures on Indian and International Tourism
  • Profile

    Head Of Department

    Mrs. Anuradha Shekhar, Associate Professor (M.Sc ,M.Phil)

    Staff Members
    • Dr. Meena Mehta, Associate Professor (MSc, Ph.d, B.Ed)
    • Mrs Vinaya Vaishampayan  Assistant Professor ( M.Sc)

     

  • AWARDS & PRIZES

    K.U. Naram Awards:

    The K.U Naram Award has been specially instituted by the AFSTI (Association for Food Scientists and Technologists, India) for those students who stand 1st, 2nd and 3rd at College level  for B.Sc in Food Science and Nutrition, The following students received a merit certificate and a cash prize on World Food Day  organized by AFSTI Mumbai Chapter on 16th October 2014, at  the  Institute of Chemical Technology, Mumbai.

     

    Name of the Student (FSN)

    Rank

    Ms. Charmi Bheeda

    1st

    Ms. Divya Ghera

    2nd

    Ms. Deepti Yadav

    3rd

    Ms. Saloni Shah

    4th

     

    Research Competition:

    The following students from S.Y Food Science Nutrition Department won prizes at the Intercollegiate Power Point Presentation Competition on ‘Faulty Food Pattern and Youth’ organized by the  Psychology Department,  Shri M.D. Shah Mahila College of Arts and Commerce.

    Name of the Students

    Prizes

    Name of the Students

    Prizes

    Ms. Zainab Panvelwala (English)

    1st

    Ms. Raksha Dodia (Gujrati)

    2nd

    Ms. Manali Sherkane (Marathi)

    3rd

    Ms. Aarti Shinde (Marathi)

    Consolation

    Ms. Tamsil Khan (Hindi)

    Consolation

     

     

     

    Student Sports Activities:

    Ms. Shah Kajal- Tybsc FSN

    • Intercollegiate - SNDT :- Department of physical education Conducted by - Smt. MMP Shah College, Matunga Tournament was held at Juhu Campus on 20th ,21st August 2015. Ms.Kajal Shah achieved 1st place in table tennis team championship and 2nd place in individuals.
    • JITO GAMES MUMBAI 2015 organized different games including table tennis at National Sports Club of India - Worli, Mumbai  held between 8th Oct to 11th Oct 2015. 
    • Ms.Kajal Shah achieved 1st place in Table tennis - under 21 (Singles)

     

    Faculty Achievements:

    Mrs. AnuradhaShekhar (HOD, Dept. of Food Science and Nutrition)

    • Special invitee (Board of Studies of FSN) for restructuring of syllabus 
    • Vice Chancellor’s nominee on Staff Selection Committees
    • Member of LIC Committee

    Other Academic bodies

    • Member of selection Committee for Merit cum means scholarship (PFNDAI) Mumbai Chapter
    • Member of Review committee  for the Journal of Human Ecology
    • Member of editorial Board of Int. Journal of Medicine and Allied Health Science
    • Co-opted Member of AFSTI Mumbai Chapter

    Dr. Meena Mehta (Asso. Prof. Dept. of Food Science and Nutrition)

    •  Elected  Member of University Senate
    • Nominated Member of Management Council

    Other Academic bodies:

    • Member of the Selection Committee for appointments for Class I and Class II posts
    • Executive Council Member of Indian Dietetic Association, Mumbai Chapter

    Research Grants:

    Mrs. Vinaya Vaishampayan has been awarded a Minor Research grant for her project titled, “Are Food Patterns at work places different than normal” by UGC for the period 2015- 2017.

     

    Presentations at International Level:

    Mrs. Anuradha Shekhar  co-authored five  Oral Research Paper presentations    with T.Y B.Sc (FSN)  students at the    4th International Conference on Updating Food Technology : A challenge towards Public Health Nutrition ICUFT 2014,   organized by  International Institute  Of Food And Nutritional Sciences (IIFANS), New Delhi ,ICMR, DST and DBT sponsored . Jawaharlal Nehru University , New Delhi, India on 2nd to 5th May 2014

    • With  Rochita Date and  Athira Mohanan. “ Nutritious –Quick mix snack- healthy crunchy bhel” for which they were awarded   third prize and a trophy.
    • With  Anam Golandaz and  Mehak S. “Study of Galactogogue –The Flax Of Life”, for which they were awarded   consolation prize.
    • With  Divinity Malshe and  Dhristi Velani. “A study of a Multi grain gluten free and protein rich flour”.
    • With Kinjal R Mehta and  Samruddhi M, Shivkar.  “Meal to Heal. A Study of Multi grain Gluten free groundnut and edible gum biscuits”. 
    • Dhanashree R. Nalavade and  Jyoti B. Rao. “A study of Baroats biscuits”.

     

    Presentations / Publications of proceedings (National Level):

    • Dr. Shilpa Charankar, Mrs. Vinaya Vaishampayan, Ms. Vidya Subramanium and Mr Shahjahan Khan presented a paper titled “Using Benchmarking Tool for Strategic Planning – a Study” at a NAAC sponsored National Seminar on “ Benchmarking for Higher Education Institutions”  held at Smt. P N Doshi Women’s College , Ghatkopar on 25th to 27th June 2014.

     

    Presentations / Publications of proceedings (State Level):

    The following faculty presented papers at the State level seminar on ‘Sports fitness and training for high performance’ organized by SMRK. BK. AK. Mahila Mahavidyalaya, Nashik on 27th August, 2014: 

    • Mrs. AnuradhaShekhar presented oral paper on ‘Effect of Exercise in young women having Dysmenorrhea’. She was also invited as  co -chairperson for the Third  Technical session on  “ Diet concerns for sport persons”
  • PUBLICATIONS

    Mrs. Anuradha Shekhar :

    • A Study of Multi grain Gluten free groundnut and edible gum biscuits in International Journal of food and Nutritional Science IJFANS published in E-ISSN 2320-7876 www.ijfans.com, vol-3, issue.3 2014 E-ISSN 2320-7876 p: 201 -206
    • Study of a Multi grain gluten free and protein rich flour- Meal to Heal in the International Journal of food and Nutritional Science IJFANS published in E-ISSN 2320-7876 www.ijfans.com, vol-3, issue.3 2014 E-ISSN 2320-7876 p:167-171
    • With SwaradaPitkar. “A comparative study on the effect of Physical activity in young women having Dysmenorrhea before and after intervention”. An Open-access Peer reviewed International Journal of Medicine and Allied Health Sciences on 13th September, 2015 vol-3/ Issue 2 www.ijmahs.com E-ISSN: 2348-322 p:258- 263
    • Anthropometric measurements as a predictor of metabolic syndrome among young adults aged 18-24 yrs. in Mumbai city in Journal of community Nutrition and Health, vol 3 issue1, 2014,  p:39-45. ISSN 2278 – 7542 eISSN 2278 - 571X,
    • With Ms. Juliet D’souza: Anthropometric Measurements as a Useful Factor to Predict Metabolic Syndrome Among Young Adults Aged 18-24years in Mumbai City in International Journal of Medicine and Public Health IJMPH 2015 January – march, volume  5 issue 12230–8598  online,  p:-40- 47
    • With Rochita Date and Athira Mohanan. “ Nutritious –Quick mix snack- healthy crunchy bhel” in International Journal of food and Nutritional Science IJFANS www.ijfans.com,vol-3,issue.3 April-june 2014 open access 87-89 e-issn 2320-7876 p: 87-89

     

    Dr. Meena Mehta:

    “Modeling the grade value of Cheese”. Research and Reviews Journal of Food and Dairy Technology. Vol.2 (2) Pg. 21-27-April-June, 2014. ISSN 2347-2359

    The following papers were published in the college research journal -  IDEAS – A compilation. September 2014, Volume 7, ISSN No. 2320-0162 : 

    • Ms. Vinaya Vaishampayan. “PMS A fact not just fiction”: pp 31-37
    • Mrs. Paulomi Nair, Mrs. Anuradha Shekhar and Mrs. Alka Pant.  “Enhancing Worksite wellness of the Non-Teaching Staff”   pp:19-21.
  • SPECIAL PROGRAMS

    • Anaemia Detection Camp
    • Conducted by SMES College of Nursing and Dept. of Food Science and Nutrition in collaboration with Inner Wheel Club, Bombay Downtown
    • An Anemia Detection Camp was organized by the Seva Mandal Education  Society’s College of Nursing and the Department of Food Science & Nutrition, in collaboration with Inner Wheel Club of Bombay Downtown and The Lion’s club of Sion from 27th Jan to 30th Jan 2015. 935 students from various sections   on campus, and 56 staff  were tested to assess their   hemoglobin levels. The test  reports   were issued by the Dept. of Computer  Applications. The students of the Dept. of Food Science & Nutrition distributed pamphlets containing recipes of iron rich foods to all students who were tested. 


    August 26th Nutrition Week Event Organized At Dr. BMN College Of Home Science, Matunga:


    Mr. Harpal Singh was the chief guest and he encouraged students to listen to their heart and choose a career path in what they are passionate about. Other speakers, Mr. Sachin Lele, Dr Uday Annapure HOD ICT , Mr, Prabodh Halde, President AFST Mumbai ,Mr. Nilesh Lele Secretary AFST Mumbai ,Dr. Ratnakar Ahire motivator trainer, Mr. Sanjeev Sharma & Ms. Tirtha Gala also guided the students on various options after graduation. The event was attended by 200+ students and also included label making, recipes for cancer patients and other competition. On this occasion AFST Mumbai chapter’s Newsletter was inaugurated. M/s Marico sponsored this program.

    Number of students who participated in the event

    24

    Number of students who participated in the panel discussion competitions organised at the event

    3

    Number of students who participated in the report analysis competitions organised at the event

    1

     Prize winners of  the report analysis competition

    1st prize- Ms. Sherkhane Manali

    Number of students who participated in the cooking competitions organised at the event

    1

     

    12th September 2015- Nutrition Fair At Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambnai Hospital:

    Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambnai Hospital invited specialists from the nutrition fraternity to know more about recent developments in the industry. A poster making competition was also organised at the event.

    Number of students who participated in the event- attending the seminar

    21

    Number of students who participated in the poster making competitions organised at the event

    7

     Prize winners of  the poster making competition

    3rd prize winner- Ms. Savla Pearl

  • EXTENSION ACTIVITIES

    Extension activities conducted by the Dept. of Food Science and Nutrition at Sion Hospital:

    Date

    Activity

    Name of Students

    Target Audience

    04.08.2014

    Workshop for mothers of children under the age of five. Skit on Protein Energy Malnutrition deficiency, Calcium deficiency, Iron deficiency – anaemia, Vitamin A deficiency, hygiene and sanitation, Sion hospital

    Ms. Harini Sonpal, Ms. Goral Shah, Ms. Jaspreet Kaur, Ms. Shravani Temkar and Ms. Kasturi Patil

    25 women

    04.09.2014

    Nutrition Week Celebration

    5 students of TYFSN

     

    16.09.2014

    Workshop on nutrition awareness to mothers of children  under the age of five at Chhota Sion Hospital, Dharavi

    • Ms. Neelam Ghadge
    • Ms. Asmina Kotawadekar
    • Ms. Sheetal Singh

    50 people consisting of mothers &hospital staff

    26.11.2014

    Workshop for mothers of children under the age of five at Chhota Sion Hospital, Dharavi

    • Ms. Zainab Panvelwala
    • Ms. Abha Sardesai
    • Ms. Manali Sherkane
    • Ms. Aarti Shindey

    25 mothers from Dharavi

    22.12.2014

    Recipe Demonstration at Chhota Sion Hospital, Dharavi

    • Ms. Gada Minal
    • Ms. Donde Shambhavi
    • Ms. Bandivelekar Shweta
    • Ms. Jethwa Forum

    30 mothers with children

    28.01.2015

    Healthy Life Style at Chhota Sion Hospital, Dharavi

    • Ms. Meghana Chaugule
    • Ms. Riddhi Phansekar
    • Ms. Twinkle Jain
    • Ms. Tehsin Aga

    25 participants

    26.02. 2015

    Healthy Eating Habits at Chhota Sion Hospital

     

    • Ms. Farogh Khan
    • Ms. Jaspreet Kaur Soman
    • Ms. Mehroush Thakur
    • Ms. Nivedita Kamble

    30 participants

  • EXHIBITION REPORT

    The Department Of Food Science And Nutrition Decided To Take Up The Theme Of Environment In Terms Of Food Safety, Food Security And Effect Of Climate Change On Health. These Broad Areas Were Specifically Chosen To Blend Well With the Central Theme Of “Environment For A Better Tomorrow”

    The Broad Themes Were Converted Into Messages For The General Public And Therefore Each Corner Of Space Allotted To The Department Was Depicting Through Charts And Models The Message Of Sustaining Food For Tomorrow.

    The Food Safety Corner Space Had Various Aspects Of How To Keep Food Safe From Farm To Plate And Gave Tips For Each Stage Of Food Processing. (Clean, Separate, Chill Cook). This Space Also Gave Inputs On How To Manage And Keep A Healthy Diet When Travelling.

    Climate Change And Health Related Disorders Focused On Various Aspects Of Climate Change And Various Disorders And Diseases That Are Common Because Of This Phenomenon. It Showed The Various Zones Of The Country With Hot, Cold And Humid Temperatures And Highlighted Role Of Diet In Conditions Like Malaria, Asthma Along With Household Tips.

    Food Security Especially Was Made With An Intention Of Explaining To The Laymen The Importance Of Preventing Food Wastage And Reducing Loss And Improving Yield.

    An Interesting Part Of The Exhibits Was Also Demonstration Of Various Recipes Using Peels Of Fruits And Vegetables. Recipe Pamphlet Was Prepared And Also Recipes Were On Display. This Space Was Used Under A Sub Tittle Of Edible Peels.

    The Department Also Had Invited Mumbai Grahak Sangh To Put Up A Display On Food Adulteration And Explain How Adulteration In Food Could Be Easily Tested At Home.

    Innovative Nutritional Games Were On A Central Table Inviting Children To Play And Learn Aspects Of Good Nutrition.

  • FELICITATION

    Felicitation of Alumni - 2015-16

    In keeping with the best practices of our institution, the following alumnae were felicitated on the occasion of Annual Day 31st January, 2015 as achievers in their respective fields.

    Name

    Year

    Designation

    Department

    Ms. Carloyne Remedios

    2006

    Sr. Nutritionist, Centre for Obesity and Digestive

    Food Science and Nutrition

    Ms. Vanita Tejwani

    2013

    Dietician and Event Manager

    Food Science and Quality Control

     

    Ms. Rochita Date, Ms. Kinjal Mehta, Ms. Samruddhi Shivkar , Ms. Divinity Malshe, Ms. Mehak Sarguru and  Ms. Jyoti Rao were  felicitated for presenting 5 oral Research presentations  on their Food product development at the 4th International Conference on Updating Food Technology : A Challenge Towards Public Health Nutrition, ICUFT 2014  organized by  INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE OF FOOD AND NUTRITIONAL SCIENCES (IIFANS), NEW DELHI, ICMR, DST and DBT sponsored.Venue JNU,Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, India 2nd to 5th May 2014

  • UNIQUE FEATURES

    • The department offers two specializations at under graduate level and also a post graduate diploma in sports science fitness and nutrition.
    • The department is also offering a master’s degree in clinical nutrition and dietetics.
    • The department also offers a career oriented program in physical fitness and weight management. This can be done with a degree program and is offered at three levels- certificate, diploma and advance diploma.
    • Most sought after Specialization.
    • Learner Centric Techniques followed- Food product development, Project presentations, Internship, Seminars, Diet plans, Recipe preparations, Diet Counseling Skills, Planning, Event Management skills.
    • Unique projects undertaken – Chakle, Dimensions, Paper presentations and other student activities with AFST[I ]Mumbai Chapter, BFY, Marico Industries and Quaker oats.
    • Paper Presentations by the students are encouraged at State/ National Seminars.
    • Visits and tours organized.
    • Observing Nutrition week, Breast Feeding Week, Women’s day and World Food day.
    • Alumnae Interact as Resource person, For better Placements, As career counselors, For Guidance etc.
    • Awards Received in Paper and poster Presentations.
    • The department has Organized Two National seminars and are Organizing Members in National and International Seminars organized by NSI , IDA , AFSTI Mumbai chapter.
    • Faculty are also members in IDA, NSI, Home  Science Association of India, NCQM, AFSTI Mumbai Chapter, DOHAD, etc
    • MOU signed with Aavighna Foods.
  • FUTURE PROSPECTS

    Diplomas:

    • Diploma in Sports Science and Nutrition
    • Diploma in MBA
    • Diploma in Food Technology and Quality Control
    • Diploma in Catering Technology
    • Diploma in Nutrition and Communication
    • Diploma in Clinical nutrition

    Masters:

    • Food Science And Nutrition
    • Sports Science And Nutrition
    • Food  Processing And Applications
    • Clinical Nutrition And Dietetics
    • Public health And Nutrition

    Higher Education:

    • M.Phil in Nutrition and Dietetics
    • Ph.D. in Food Science And Nutrition
    • Post doctorate in Food Science And Nutrition

    Careers:

    • Self-Employment.
    • Food Analyst, Product Manager, Demonstrator, Market Researcher – Food Industries, Nutritionist, Health and Nutritional Educator-Community / Child Welfare.
    • Dietitian, Health Club Supervisor- Hospitals, Food Service Institutions, School / College
    • Teacher. Nutritional Consultant / Caterer.
  • STUDENTS ACTIVITIES

    Student Activities 2014-15:

    Date

    Details

    08.07.2014

     

    Lecture on ‘How to Make Good Seminar Presentations’ by Dr. Kirti Pathak for TY   Students

    03.08.2014

    Diet and Cooking competition contest organized by Narmada Kidney Foundation in collaboration with IDA Mumbai chapter and Globus Hospital at Bandra, Mumbai. Following students participated.

    SY FSN : Ms. Pawar Aniska, Ms. Khan Nayab, Ms. Godad Shenaz, Ms. Panvelwala Zainab. TY ND : Ms. Gole Saylee, Ms. Shah Avni

    25.08.2014

    Lecture on ‘Future Prospects and How to Prepare for CET Exam and Admission Procedure to MSc’ by Dr. Rupali Sengupta for TY FSN Students

    27.08.2014

    21 Students of PG SSFN, SY, TY FSN and ND, along with 3 teachers attended a State level seminar on ‘Sports fitness and training for high performance’ organized by SMRK. BK. AK. Mahila Mahavidyalaya, Nashik in collaboration with SNDT Women’s University Department of Physical Education.

    28.08. 2014

    TYFSN Students attended a talk on ‘Obesity and insulin resistance in cancer continuum: Potential Interventions’ by Dr. Niyati Parekh (Phd, RD , Associate Professor) Dept. of Nutrition, Food Studies and Public Health Dept. of Population Sciences, New York University, organized at Sophia Centre for Women's Studies & Development

    01.09.2014- 02.09.2014

    Nutrition week celebrated in collaboration with Marico India Ltd. Competition conducted were Quiz, Healthy  Recipe, Painting and Research Review Article on oil and blends

     competition was organized

    16.11.2014

    The world chronic obstructive pulmonary disease day (COPD) was observed. 25 student SY students displayed posters related to the theme.

    14.11.2014

    World diabetes day was observed. SY students put an exhibition to creating awareness about the disease.

    10.01.2015

    National dietetics day was celebrated.   The theme for the year was  “a healthy girl becomes a healthy mother, good nutrition is an investment like no other”

    07.03.2014

    Women’s day celebrations. TY Students participated and won prizes in Modified recipe contest and quiz competitions

  • INTERNSHIP & PLACEMENTS

     

    INTERNSHIP PLACEMENTS FOR 2015-16

    Name Of The Student

     Internship placements

    Adsul Deepali

    Taj lands end

    Bhanushali Hetal

    Shangrila food products, bhandup

    Cutlerywala Zainab

    Centre dairy aarey

    Dodhia  Raksha

    Microchem laboratories

    Girach Bushra

    Shangrila food products, bhandup

    Godad Shenaz

     Chef Air Flight Catering,  Andheri East Opp Indian Oil

    Khan Misbah

    Holiday Inn Airport Hotel, Andheri East

    Khan Nayab

    Holiday Inn Airport Hotel, Andheri East

    Khan Rukshar

    Taj lands’ end

    Khan Shama

    Microchem laboratories

    Khan Tamsil

    Centre dairy aarey

    Panvelwala Zainab

    Avighna foods and beverages, wadala

    Patil Akanksha

    Mahananda dairy, goregaon east

    Pawar Anisha

    Avighna foods and beverages, wadala

    Poorvi Anandan

    Microchem laboratories

    Ramugade Shraddha

    Paradime foods pvt ltd. B36, 22nd road, Mumbai near sbi

    Sardesai Abha

    Mahananda dairy, goregaon east

    Savla Pearl

    Paradime foods pvt ltd. B36, 22nd road, Mumbai near sbi

    Savla Rutu

    Shangrila food products, bhandup

    Sethia Mahira

    Paradime foods pvt ltd. B36, 22nd road, Mumbai near sbi

    Shah Kajal

    Mahananda dairy, goregaon east

    Shaikh Subiya

    Chef Air Flight Catering,  Andheri East Opp Indian Oil

    Sherkhane Manali

    Hindustan unilever ltd. Modern food, aarey milk colony, goregoan

    Shinde Aarti

    Hindustan unilever ltd. Modern food, aarey milk colony, goregoan

  • Profile

    Established 2009
    Head of Department Mrs. Vinaya Vaishampayan (Co-Ordinator)
    Email vinayamarathe@rediffmail.com
    Staff Members
    • Ms. Rashi Vijan
    • Mrs. Anuradha K.P.
    • Ms. Roma Gandhi
    • Ms. Amita Chheda
    • Ms. Monika Mhatre
    • Ms.Shilpa Wagh
    • Ms Ashwini Sadhu

     

  • Subjects Offered

    • Medical Nutrition Therapy I and II
    • Advance Chemistry
    • Food Microbiology and Preservation
    • Institutional Food Service Management
    • Biochemistry
    • Human Nutrition I
    • Quantity Food Preparation and Service
    • Seminar
    • Community Nutrition
    • Human Nutrition II
    • Behaviour, Lifestyle Modification
    • Dietary Fitness, Health and Nutrition
    • Internship for 4-6 Weeks at Reputed Hospitals in Mumbai.
  • FUTURE PROSPECTS

    • Clinical Nutritionist
    • Dietician
    • Health Club Supervisor
    • Nutritional Consultant for sports
    • Self Employment
    • Post graduate diploma courses
    • Dietetics
    • Sports Science and Nutrition
    • Masters program In Nutrition
    • M.Phil
    • Ph.d
  • UNIQUE FEATURES

    • Student teacher ratio of 10:1
    • Specialization begins in the first year itself helping students to have focused career goals.
    • PUKAR

      Partners for Urban Knowledge, Action & Research

      Launch of

      “Research as Pedagogy, Advocacy and Transformation” Course,

       Starting date-28th November, 2014

      The Mumbai Local is said to be the lifeline of the city because it connects different extremities of this ever-expanding metropolis. Bhargavi and her friends travelled by train every day and soon took notice of the “life” on this lifeline. In the packed ladies compartment, they began observing an interesting phenomenon: regular commuters, from different backgrounds and geographies, formed groups inside the compartment. In an attempt to explore this unique social bond, Bhargavi and her fellow classmates signed up for PUKAR’s Youth Fellowship Program, a research program that is anchored in Community Based Participatory Research (CBPR). Theirs is one of the many stories of youth who have asked questions that are relevant to their life and their community and sought hands-on experience towards finding answers.

      In an attempt to extend this opportunity to the students of Dr. B.M.N. College, PUKAR and the Gandhian Studies Centre have partnered to launch “Research as Pedagogy, Advocacy and Transformation”, a 2 credit certificate course. Under the guidance of PUKAR’s resource persons, the students will formulate a powerful research question of their choice. They will then step out in the field and use appropriate research methods, such as Interviews, Focus Group Discussions and Survey, to gather information and analyze the many narratives they collect from their community. These journeys will culminate in a report where the participants tell the tales of their journeys and discoveries.

  • EXPERTS / GUESTS LECTURES

    • Dr.Meena Mehta - Lecture on "blended Oils" on 3rd September 2013
    • Mr. Jignesh sanghavi - Time management on 10th Jan 2014.
    • Adipath foundation - Various sessions related to women empowerment, including laws, domestic violence. Lecture series in 2013-14
    • Dr.Iqbal Rauf, Nitie - Lecture on importance of exercise and role of nutrients. on 13th March 2013
  • FELICITATION

    2016-17

    • AFST(I) Mumbai Chapter
    • Dr. K.U. Naram Award

    Ranks

    Name of the Student

    First

    Ghadigaonkar Ayesha A

    Second

    Patel Jinal R

    Third

    Shaikh Tahreem M

  • INTERNSHIP & PLACEMENTS

    • NMMC, Vashi
    • Jupiter lifeline hospital
    • D.Y.Patil Hospital And Research Centre (Nerul)
    • Lokmanya Tilak Muncipal Medical College & General Hospital
    • Asian Heart Institutes
    • Icon Hospital
    • Dr. Balabhai Nanavati Hospital
    • S.L. Raheja Hospital
    • Tybsc students of Nutrition and Dietetics went to hospitals for on field experience from 18th November to 18 th December. To evaluate this on field experience the students gave presentations of this experience which was then evaluated by Ms. Manisha Mhatre from Jupiter hospital on 27th January 2016 and Mrs. Data patel from d y patil hospital on 28th January 2016.

  • Profile

    Established 1989
    Head of Department Dr. (Mrs.) Shilpa Charankar (Principal), M.H.Sc, Ph.D
    Email shilpacharankar@rediffmail.com
    Staff Members
    • Mrs Veena Verma , Associate Professor
    • Mrs Sugandha Lad , Assistant Professor
    • Mrs Pradnya P.Ambre , Assistant Professor

     

  • Subjects Offered

    • Textile Science and Apparel Design
    • Fabric Ornamentation and Accessory Design
    • Basic Pattern Making & Garment Grading
    • Basic Fashion Illustration
    • Textile Science
    • Traditional Textiles and Embroideries of India
    • Fashion Apparel Design
    • Textile and Garment Quality Control
    • Textile Chemistry
    • Wet Processing
    • Fabric Construction & Analysis
    • Theory of  Knitting
    • Fundamentals of Apparel Merchandising and Marketing
    • Recent Advances in Textile Science and Apparel Design
    • Professional Application in Textile Science and Apparel Design
  • EXPERTS / GUESTS LECTURES

    Dr. N.N. Mahapatra, President of Colorant Ltd. A guest lecture on “Ayurvastra, natural dyes and new fibres” 

  • FELICITATION

    Dr. Mrs Shilpa Charankar felicitated  by National Centre for Quality Management for Dr. B.M.N. College of Home Science as a Sustaining Member from 2005 to 2016

     

  • FUTURE PROSPECTS

    • As fashion journalism
    • As accessory designer
    • As visual merchandiser
  • INTERNSHIP & PLACEMENTS

     

     

    Internship Placements:

    • Shah Safari Inc.,Prabhadevi
    • MadanlalMehra Manufacturer Exporter, Kandivali
    • Texanlab Laboratories Pvt Ltd., Rabale
    • 7 Sence Export house, mazgaon
    • Ana Exports, Lower Parel
    • Shopper Stop, Malad East
    • INMA Enterprises, Dharavi
    • Shreeji Exim, Sewree
    • Style 4 Ever, Santacruz
    • Oil  and Grease, Andheri

     

  • COLLABORATION

    Collaborative Projects:

    Mrs. Sugnadha Lad giving demonstration to the ladies on fabric painting

    worksop organised in collabration with ICT, .

    Display of Articles made during training workshop for Community ladies of Fabric painting and embroidery

     

  • AWARDS & PRIZES

    Mrs Sugandha Lad and Mrs Pradnya Ambre receiving 2nd Prize for their paper presentation on ‘Khadi- Awareness and Promotion among Youth’ at International conference at M.S.University, Baroda

    .

  • Profile

    Year of Establishment

    2001 - 2002

    Head of Department

    Mr.Shahajahan Khan

    Email

    bca_coordinator@rediffmail.com

    Staff Members
    • Ms.Kavita Karapurkar
    • Ms. Manjot Kaur
    • Ms. Neetu Singhi
    • Mr. Nitin Pawar
    • Ms.Milina Pereira
    • Ms. Sharada Sirisilla
    • Ms. Sudha Lawrence
    • Ms. Shilpa S Surulkar         
    • Ms.Snehal D Deshmukh
    • Ms.Neelam Naik
    • Ms.Elavarasi Navjivan
    • Ms. Mary Saleth
    • Ms.Cindrella Shrisath
    • Ms.Rikisha  Maniyath
  • FELICITATION

     

    2015-2016

     Mr. Shahajahan Khan (BCA, Coordinator) was awarded Teaching Excellence Award 2015 by Lions Club International District 323-A1 for his dedicated service in the field of education on 4th September, 2015.

    Mr.Nitin Pawar (Assistant Professor) has received N.S.S program officer appreciation award from Government Of Maharashtra for year 2015-16.

  • SYLLABUS

    BCA SEMESTER - I ( FIRST YEAR)

    Code

    Subject

    L

    Pr./ Tu

    Cr

    Ext. Exam.

    Int. Exam.

    Total Marks

    1101

    Business and Technical Communication Skills

    3

    1

    4

    75

    25

    100

    1102

    Principles and Practice of Accounting

    3

    1

    4

    75

    25

    100

    1103

    Introduction to Programming and Problem Solving using C

    4

    -

    4

    75

    25

    100

    1104

    Computer Fundamentals and Operating Systems

    4

    -

    4

    75

    25

    100

    1201

    Problem Solving using C Lab*

    -

    2

    2

    25

    25

    50

    1202

    GNU /Linux LAB*

    -

    2

    2

    25

    25

    50

     

    Total

     

     

    20

     

     

    500

     

     

    SEMESTER-I

    1 Credit=25 Marks

    Total Credits = 20

    Total Marks = 20*25=500

     

    BCA SEMESTER - II ( FIRST YEAR)

    Code

    Subject

    L

    Pr./ Tu

    Cr

    Ext. Exam.

    Int. Exam.

    Total Marks

    2101

    Introduction to Logic Circuits and Digital Design

    3

    1

    4

    75

    25

    100

    2102

    Discrete Structures and Graph Theory

    3

    1

    4

    75

    25

    100

    2103

    Advanced C

    4

    -

    4

    75

    25

    100

    2104

    Environmental Science & RTI

    4

    -

    4

    75

    25

    100

    2201

    Advanced C Lab*

    -

    2

    2

    25

    25

    50

    2202

    Open Source Operating System and Applications Software’s LAB*

    -

    2

    2

    25

    25

    50

     

    Total

     

     

    20

     

     

    500

     

     

    Bridge Course

    The University has made it mandatory for students who have not had mathematics as a subject for two years after 10th standard to complete a Bridge Course in Mathematics, after payment of additional fees.  The objective of this course is to give students some mathematical background and prepare them for higher mathematics in their B.C.A. syllabus.

     

    BCA SEMESTER - III ( SECOND YEAR)

    Code

    Subject

    L

    Pr./ Tu

    Cr

    Ext. Exam.

    Int. Exam.

    Total Marks

    3101

    Introduction to Microprocessor

    4

    -

    4

    75

    25

    100

    3102

    Numerical Methods and Algorithms

    4

    -

    4

    75

    25

    100

    3103

    Computer Organization and Architecture

    4

    -

    4

    75

    25

    100

    3104

    File Structure and Database Management System

    2

    2

    4

    75

    25

    100

    3201

    Microprocessors Lab*

    -

    2

    2

    25

    25

    50

    3202

    Database Management System LAB*

    -

    2

    2

    25

    25

    50

     

    Total

     

     

    20

     

     

    500

     

    BCA SEMESTER - IV ( SECOND YEAR)

    Code

    Subject

    L

    Pr./ Tu

    Cr

    Ext. Exam.

    Int. Exam.

    Total Marks

    4101

    Data Structures and File Organization

    3

    1

    4

    75

    25

    100

    4102

    Information Systems Analysis and Design

    3

    1

    4

    75

    25

    100

    4103

    Introduction to Software Engineering

    4

    -

    4

    75

    25

    100

    4104

    Object Oriented Programming using C++

    4

    -

    4

    75

    25

    100

    4201

    Data Structures Lab*

    1

    1

    2

    25

    25

    50

    4202

    Object Oriented Programming C++ Lab*

    -

    2

    2

    25

    25

    50

     

    Total

     

     

    20

     

     

    500

     

    BCA SEMESTER - V ( THIRD YEAR)

    Code

    Subject

    L

    Pr./ Tu

    Cr

    Ext. Exam.

    Int. Exam.

    Total Marks

    5101

    Data Communication and Networking

    3

    1

    4

    75

    25

    100

    5102

    JAVA Programming

    4

    -

    4

    75

    25

    100

    5103

    Visual and Database Programming

    2

    2

    4

    75

    25

    100

    5104

    Internet Programming

    4

    -

    4

    75

    25

    100

    5201

    JAVA Programming LAB*

    -

    2

    2

    25

    25

    50

    5202

    Internet Programming LAB*

    1

    1

    2

    25

    25

    50

     

    Total

     

     

    20

     

     

    500

     

    BCA SEMESTER - VI ( THIRD YEAR)

    Code

    Subject

    L

    Pr./ Tu

    Cr

    Ext. Exam.

    Int. Exam.

    Total Marks

    6101

    Management Information System

    3

    1

    4

    75

    25

    100

    6102

    Enterprise Resource Planning

    3

    1

    4

    75

    25

    100

    6103

    INTELLIGENT PROPERTY RIGHTS, PATENTS AND CYBER LAWS

    4

    -

    4

    75

    25

    100

    6104

    Elective

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    1. E-COMMERCE

    2

    -

    2

    75

    25

    100

     

    2. Artificial Intelligence

     

     

     

    3. Web Technology

     

     

    6201

    Project*

    -

    4

    4

    50

    50

    100

     

    Total

     

     

    20

     

     

    500

  • ALUMNAE

    Interaction with Alumnae organized by Department of Computer Applications :

    25.7.2016

    Ms.Nagma Shaikh (2012-2013)conducted lecture on fundamentals of digital and analog communication for TYBCA students.

    26.7.2016

    Ms.Nagma Shaikh(2012-13) conducted lecture on 'Career Opportunities' for FYBCA students.

     

    19.09.2015

    Ms.Priyanka Shivkar (2010-11) was invited to conduct a guest lecture on ‘Facing Interviews’ for TYBCA students.

    17.8.2015 Ms.Pooja Jain (2012-13) conducted a lecture on ‘C Programming’ for FYBCA students
  • INTERNSHIP & PLACEMENTS

    PLACEMENT COMPANIES:

  • FUTURE PROSPECTS

    • System Analyst
    • System Developer
    • System Programmer
    • System Manager
    • Software Programmer
    • Software Developer
    • Project Leader
    • Database Administrator
    • Free Lancer
    • Web Designer
    • Web Administrator
    • E-Learning Consultant
    • Technical Writer
    • Multimedia Technology
    • Network Support Staff
    • Technical Support Staff
    • Software Trainee
    • Computer Faculty
    • Lab Instructor
    • Quality Tester
  • AWARDS & PRIZES

    FACULTY ACHIEVEMENTS
    • Mr.Nitin Pawar (Assistant Professor) has received N.S.S program officappreciation award from Government Of Maharashtra for year 2015-16.
    •  Mr. Shahajahan Khan (BCA, Coordinator) was awarded Teaching Excellence Award 2015 by Lions Club International District 323-A1 for his dedicated service in the field of education on 4th September, 2015.
    • The "Best Quality Enhancement Team" competition conducted by NCQM Centre,Vikroli.This year, the faculty team of smt.K.G.Shah Dept.of Computer Applications received 2nd Prize for their project on 'SHRISTEE-Erase E-waste'.The team comprised of Dr.Shilpa Charankar,Mr.Shahajahan Khan,Mr.Nitin Pawar,Ms.Usha Kumar,Mr.Abdul Rahman,Ms.Neetu Singhi,Ms.Milina Pereira,Ms.Sharada Sirisilla and Ms.Shilpa Surulakar.
    • Smt.K.G.Shah Department Of Computer Applications received the silver Award for the college project entitled 'Transformation of Girl Students into empowered Citizens at D.L.Shah Quality Awars by the Quality Council Of India at a function in new Delhi on 7th August,2015.
    STUDENT'S  ACHIEVEMENTS
    • Ms.Prakashini Gopi has secured 2nd  rank at the University level in sem VI with GPA 5.55(Grade A+).
    • BCA dance group - Fire flies won 2nd prize in National Level Intercollegiate Tech Fest-Tekzone of Dr.B.M.N College of Home Science, Matunga Mumbai.
    • Miss. Veena Palraj, Miss. Harshali Belekar from S.Y.B.C. participated in the selection of Pre RD Parade at Smt. P.N. Doshi College, Ghatkopar on 31st August, 2016.
    • BCA Students participated in various events of Regional Yuva Mahotsav on 1st and 2nd September, 2016. The winners are as follows:
    • Indian Group Song- Ms.Sadaf Shaikh & Ms.Varsha Jadhav -Consolation prize 
    • Ms.Sadaf Shaikh (SYBCA) was crowned "The BMN Queen" in the personality contest held on 13th JAN 2016..
    • Simran Madhok and Saipriyanka Susarta won 2nd prize in Inter Collegiate Student Research Presentation Competition on the topic "Emerging Trends in respective Specializations" on 12th MArch 2016.
  • Profile

    Established

    2004

    Incharge

    Mrs. Alka Pant

    Admission Criteria

    Girl students who have completed 12th Standard are eligible for admission to these courses.

    Three year modular course
    • The First Year leads to a Certificate Course
    • The Second Year leads to Diploma Course.
    • The Third Year leads to an Advance Diploma.
  • Subjects Offered

    • Beauty Culture & Hair Dressing
    • Event Management
    • Physical Fitness Weight Management
  • UNIQUE FEATURES

    • It is run parallel to B.sc degree course in Home Science and enhances the knowledge of the students and trains them to be better equipped in their future professions.
    • The students from Event Management participate in college level and outside level events, visit different events organized in the city and prepare case studies. The course is offered to Home Science Students & Bachelor of Management Students from M.M.P. Shah College of Arts & Commerce.
    • The students from Beauty Culture & Hair Dressing are trained in such a way that they can groom both themselves and others. Under this course students are trained to become professional beauticians. They are equipped to set up their own parlour and start freelance services.
    • The students of COP Physical Fitness & Weight Management are trained in Physical Activity, Nutrition & Body Adaptation in the first year. They are trained in gym workouts & other exercise regimes on a regular basis.
    • In the second year, they are trained for the basics of weight management where they learn various techniques used for measuring body composition, fitness tests & diet planning & prescription.
    • In the Advance Diploma course they are trained for Behavior & lifestyle modifications & diet counseling for weight management. They are placed in Fitness centers for internship.
    • After completion of the course, students can work as professional Diet Counselors for weight management.
  • WORKSHOPS / SEMINARS

    ZUMBA FOR FITNESS
    • Conducted By Mrs. Sapna Kamdar - Nutrirtionist and certified zumba trainer organised for Certificate Course in Physical Fitness and weight management
    YOGA FOR FITNESS
    • Conducted By Mrs. Minal Gala - Yoga expert for Diploma Course in Physical Fitness and weight management
  • COURSES OFFERED

    PHYSICAL FITNESS AND WEIGHT MANAGEMENT
    • Course In-Charge: Mrs. Paulomi Nair
    BEAUTY CULTURE AND HAIR DRESSING
    • Course In-Charge: Mrs. Jyuthika Chitre
    EVENT MANAGEMENT
    • Course In-Charge: Mrs. Alka Pant
  • Profile

    English- Prof.  

    • Dr. Mala Pandurang (Vice Principal) . M.A PhD (English)

    Science  

    • Ms. Padmaja Biwalkar (Assistant Professor)  M.Sc.
    • Mrs. Amruta Sapre (Assistant Professor) M.Sc.
  • Subjects Offered

    • English (F.Y B.Sc)
    • Environmental Studies (F.Y B.Sc)
    • Science (As interdisciplinary component)

     

    Subjects taught under  Science

    • Applied Science (FY)
    • Physiology (FY)
    • Textile Chemistryty
    • Advanced Chemistry sy fsn
    • Biochemistry ty fsn
  • UNIQUE FEATURES

    English

    • English  courses are offered at two levels – higher level, and lower level to cater to the needs of students who have studied in non-english medium until 10th Standard.
    • Remedial  course in English for students who are weak in English
    • Range of activities catering to  the four essential skills – Reading, Writing, Speaking  and Listening
    • Excellent collection of fiction (especially Indian writing in English) to promote reading skills in English
    • Visits arranged to libraries, museums,  art exhibitions etc.
    • Students are encouraged to participate in literary events at intercollegiate, state and even national level

    Environmental Studies

    • Biennial exhibition organized by  college on ‘Environment for better tomorrow’
    • Biodiversity mapping project
    • E-waste collection and management project
    • Initiatives to recycle  and reuse of various 
    • Program and events are organized to promote environmental sensitization
    • Visits organized to nature parks,  water purification plants etc.

    Science

    • Well equipped laboratories
    • First Aid Workshop
    • Science Day
    • Biennial Exhibition
  • WORKSHOPS / SEMINARS

    English- 2015-2016

     Date

    Details

    29.06.2015

    Presentation by PUKAR on concept of  Barefoot researchers  and  team presentations of projects conducted under  Community Based Participatory Acton Research Certificate program ( CBPAR)

    29.08.2015

    15 students of FY B.Sc. participated in the  Ram Chandra Mission essay competition

    31.06.2015

      Dr. Jayashree Palit (Associate Professor, Maniben Nanavati College) spoke on   ‘Why and how we  should read  Biographies’

    24.09.2015

    Dr. Preeti Shirodkar ( Associate Prof. in Communication and Soft Skills, MET Institute of Management )conducted a session on `Basic Etiquette in everyday life’ 

    05.10.2015

    Ms. Milina Pereira (Faculty BCA) conducted a session on “Building an  Internet Culture”

    09.12.2015

     Librarian Ms. Vidya Subramanian conducted a session on “How to write citations”  

    21.11.2015

    Ms. Ameena, Ms. Khadija  and Ms. Vyomi Thakkar of FYBSc participated in a book review competition organized by KES, SHROFF College of Arts & Commerce,  Kandivali (West).

    04.02.2016

    145 students of FY attended a Workshop on ‘I Transform, India Transforms’ organized by Gandhian Studies Centre in collaboration with Chinmaya Mission Youth Wing

    15.02.2016

    Mrs. Usha Kumar (Soft Skills Trainer) conducted a  session on    ‘how to prepare for an interview’  

    17.02.2016

    Ms. Kirti Nahare, Lecturer, SIWS College conducted a session on `Group Discussion’ 

    23.02.2106

    Ms. Amena and Ms. Manjiri were invited to participate in the finale of the poetry competition organized by the American library on occasion of ‘Black History Month’.

    21.03.2016

    Workshop on ‘Improve your vocabulary’ was conducted for batch 5 and batch 6 by Ms. Priyal Panchal ( Life skills trainer). 

     

    Environmental Studies  (F.Y B.Sc)    

    Date

    Details

    11.08.2016

    Session on ‘Sustainable Cities’ by Dr. Baisaki Dutta, Asso. Prof. in Geography, Junjuwalla College

    13.08.2015

    Ms. Nishi Patel qualified as a finalist at the  ‘Digital Indian campaign’, poster competition for her entry on sustainable environment   

    18.08.2015

    Session by  Ms.  Hamsa Iyer from Observer Research Foundation   on Waste Management  

    18.08.2015

    Screening of Film on ‘Toilet Torture’ followed by discussion conducted  by Observer Research foundation   

    03.10.2015

    Street-Play performance  on ‘Water conservation’ by winning team at SNDT Yuva Mahotsav 

    30.09.3015

    Session on Sustainable (Eco-) Tourism by Ms. Adhiti Muralidar, Homi Bhabha Science Centre   

    Sept. 2015

    Small group visits to Mahim Nature Park, BPT garden at Colaba  etc..

    1.01.2015

    30 students  of ND batch visited  BMC office to observe  Water purification methods

    11 and 12th Dec. .2015

    34 students  put up displays related to the theme of Water supply, purification and conservation as part of the  college biennial exhibition

    09.01.2016

    Team of  5 FY B.Sc. students  participated at Research Competition on Sustainable Goals, conducted by Maniben Nanavati College, Vile Parle. Their topic was on ‘Water Problems in Mumbai City’

    10.02.2016

     80 FYBSc. students were taken on a visit to Kala Ghoda Festival to see artistic installations based on  theme of   ‘best out of waste’ and ‘world without borders’

     12.03.2016

    Students visited the Flamingo Festival at Sewri

    Feb- March 2016

    F.Y Students of 3rd and 4th batch created awareness on health and hygiene by placing posters in the students’ toilets. 

     

    Science

    Date

    Topic

    19/01/2016

    A workshop was conducted on ‘First Aid’ for FY BSC students

    25/8/2015

    A guest lecture was organized on ‘Clinical Biochemistry and itssignificance’ for TY BSC students

  • COLLABORATION

    English

    • Collaborative project with library to enhance reading skills of students
    • Collaborative project with Gandhian Studies Centre of the institute
    • Collaborative project with PUKAR to promote Research Culture among students
  • EXTENSION ACTIVITIES

    10 F.Y Students have participated in the    THRED project   (Trust for Human Resource Enrichment & Development. Each youth volunteer was requested to ‘befriend’ 4 senior citizens from their locality, family, old age homes as per their convenience.  Students  had to communicate and interact with their adopted senior citizens (individually) for 2 hours on two days in a week over a period of at least 8-10 weeks. The time they spent with their senior friends  enabled them to build friendship, companionship and solidarity.  A quantitative and qualitative analysis of their interaction has been compiled.  

  • STUDENT ACHIEVEMENTS

    Ms Niddhi Ahuja (TY ND) and Ms Rachita Shetty (FY B.Sc) and Ms. Niddhi Jaiswal (TYBCA) & Ms. Rosbeen Menon (SYBCA) received special appreciation certificates at All India Essay Writing Event 2015 organized by Shri Ram Chandra Mission (SRCM) in collaboration with UNIC for India & Bhutan

    The following students were awarded prizes in Annual Inter Collegiate Essay Writing competition in English organized by Ramakrishan Mission, Mumbai:    Ms. Ameena Panvelwala (FYBSc. – Second Prize) and Ms. Aditi M. Redis (FYBSc. – Third Prize)

    Ms. Prakashini Gopi won 3rd prize in the intercollegiate essay writing competition organized by Mani Bhavan Gandhi Sangharlaya on 17th February, 2016

  • FACULTY ACTIVITIES

    Prof. Mala Pandurang

    Paper Presentations at International level:

    •  Invited to speak at Plenary Session titled   “Mapping Migration Studies.   An overview of  emerging trends in  the context of the Indian Diaspora”  at the International Conference  on “New Trends in Humanities, Gender and Cultural Studies”  organized by the Dept. of English, N.G Acharya and DK Marathe College, on 10th October 2015,
    • Valedictory Address  at International Conference on “Comparative Perspectives in   Classical  Literature” organized by the English Department of the Lady Doak College, Madurai,’ on 17th December 2016.
    • Nominated as representative of SNDT Women’s University to attend First Global Alliance on Media and Gender organized by UNESCO at the Palais des Nations, Geneva on 9th and 10th December 2015.
    • Invited to  present paper on  “Forgetting and Remembering: The notion of Home in narratives of the East African Asian Diaspora’ at an  International Seminar on Migrations, Heimat, Homelands. Organised by Centre for Regional Studies, Centre for Women Studies, Department of Sociology in collaboration with the Goethe Zentrum, Hyderabad. Funded by ICCSR, 11th and 12th February 2016.

     

     State Level

    •   invited to give the   Plenary session on ‘East African Asian Diaspora. Research Entry points’   at a  ‘Symposium on  “Research directions in  Indian diaspora studies”   organized by  the  Western Regional Centre,  Indian council of Social Science Research ( ICSSR), Vidyanagari Mumbai on   6th August 2015.

     

    Science Department

    Ms. Padmaja Biwalkar presented a paper on ‘Changing Relationship in Family’ in National Conference on ‘Dynamics of Family Relationships in contemporary World’ at P.N.Doshi College ,Ghatkopar, Mumbai

    Ms. Padmaja Biwalkar presented a poster   at an International conference on ‘Sustainability.      Challenges &  Opportunities”   at Vikas College ,Vikroli, Mumbai on 20th Feb. 2016

    Mrs. Amruta Sapre presented a poster on ‘Estimation of Polyphenols in Frenchbean Seeds’ in an International Conference on ‘Community Nutrition and Health’ organized by ‘Nutrition Society of India’ at IIT Bombey,Powai,Mumbai on 8th December 2015.

    Ms. Padmaja Biwalkar and Mrs. Amruta Sapre presented a poster on ‘imparting lifeskills through curricular and extra-curricular activities in Science’ and won 3rd prize in a NAAC sponsored National Seminar on ‘Best Strategies in Teaching, Learning and Evaluation’ organized by Dr.BMN College of Home Science, Matunga, Mumbai on 3rd March 2016.

  • WORKSHOPS / SEMINARS

    Date Details
    14/10/2016 Seminar on "Corporate Ethics" was organized for TYBCA students by Mr.Milind Rane, Deputy General HR,Hardcastle Petrofer Pvt.Ltd.

    10/10/2016

    Ms.Arati Pinto freelancer trainer,Unified Trainers(Implements Nayi Disha Program)conducted a seminar on career Guidance for TYBCA students.

    10/9/2016

    Impetus Consultrainers have conducted seminar on 'placement through Projects'for TYBCA students.

    27/8/2016

    Guest lecture has been arranged for TYBCA students on 'Dot Net and MVC Architecture' by Mr.Vishaldeep Jain,Senior Software Engineer,Accenture.

    22/8/2016

    Session on 'Intellectual Transformation' by Mrs.Manisha Deole from Chinmay Mission for FYBCA students.

    12/8/2016

    Session on 'Emotional Transformation; by Mrs.Chitra Vishwanathan' from Chinmaya Mission for FYBCA students.

    12/8/2016

    Session on 'Career Opportunities in IT' for SYBCA by Mr.Manoj Saigal (Founder-Relic Academy).

    26/7/2016

    'Moments of calm' session for FYBCA students.

    20/7/2016

    Session on 'Training for MCA entrance exams' for TYBCA students by Mr.Manoj Saigal(Foundation-Relic Academy)

    12.01.2016

    SEED IDOL 1st round was conducted for FY, SY, and TYBCA Students. Total of 12, 058 students across Mumbai appeared for the 1st round and 300 students were shortlisted. Out of these 300 students, 7 are our BCA students.

    15.02.2016-16.02.2016

    Pool Campus for Atos India. Mumbai organised. 18 eligible TYBCA students attended the interview. 5 students got selected with package of 2.2 lacs per annum

    25.02.2016

    Pool Campus for Tech Mahindra was organized.  14 eligible TYBCA students attended the interview. Ms. Ayesha Khatoon got selected with the pay package of 2.05 lacs per annum

    13.02.2016

    National Level Aptitude test was conducted for FY, SY and TYBCA students by NIIT, Mumbai.

  • Philosophy

    The faculty of the College of Nursing believes in providing nursing education based and built on scientific principles and sound educational theory and practice in order to prepare professionally qualified nurses, who will be able to function as a team member, in all health care agencies in the role of a practicing nurse. The graduate with experience can rapidly move into leadership positions in Nursing Education, Nursing Service and Administration.

    We believe that the nurses trained at degree, diploma level are equipped with scientific based thorough knowledge and are competent to give total comprehensive nursing care.

    We promote all-round development of the students with special emphasis on human, moral, psychological, cultural, intellectual and spiritual aspects which is required to prepare a professional nurse who will be a contributing citizen and an effective “change agent” in an ever changing society.

    We the management and staff of Seva Mandal Education Society’s  College of Nursing affirm our conviction and faith in delivering quality patient care to all these who need health care, irrespective of caste, creed religion and sex. The College of Nursing has a loyalty to work in a team with team spirit in imparting value based nursing education at degree and diploma level to prepare them to contribute with knowledge and skill to build healthy community and a nation at large.

    Being aware of the pressing need of the profession we are committed to providing graduate education to those nurses who have the potential and motivation to become nurse educators, administrators, clinical specialists and research workers who will be able to contribute towards professional excellence by meeting the issues and challenges confronting the nursing profession today.

  • Mission & Vision

    Mission:

    To impart and disseminate knowledge, develop competencies and also to provide for Research and Development in the emerging areas of Health Sciences and to provide quality care in hospitals and to community and thereby contributing to health care our nation.

    Vision:

    To provide quality in all spheres of higher learning in general and Health Services in particular to all including those in the rural and urban areas of the nation, keeping in view the societal needs in the global context.

  • Principals Desk

    The SMES college of Nursing has earned a name for the high quality of its nursing services reflecting the background of an excellent nursing education. The changing patient need s and expectations in 21st century continue to influence the emerging the advance nursing role in coming decades which required the ‘Standard’ quality nursing care through Dynamic education, innovation programme and research.

    We believe in intellectual awakening and social transformation in different sphere including education, economical, social and cultural fields.

    Further goals and objectives to prepare the ‘Quality nurses reflects’ in the students centric institutional curriculum design, innovative based ICT based teaching learning strategies, infrastructure and learning facilities. We also believe a mature approach to the teaching-learning process in associate with positive outcomes.

    College of Nursing is well equipped with all modern infrastructure and well equipped laboratories, facilities, books, journal and e-journals. We have adequate number of teachers as per faculty- student ratio, non-teaching and other infrastructure facilities.

    We are immensely grateful to former Management for their zeal and interest in the active functioning of the Nursing College. We look forward to many new academic and professional pursuits to upgrade and meet the needs of budding professionals in Nursing.

  • HOD Desk

    This fine art – the nursing practice, requires a solid foundation of a sound professional knowledge intertwined with skill and will. Professional Nursing education plays a key role in molding these essential skills and attitude of a young a of nursing profession is in the hands of the young student nurses.

    The scope for nursing programme is worldwide. The nurse educators are critical players in assuring quality educational experiences that prepare the nursing work force for a diverse and ever changing health care environment. We are responsible for preparing and mentoring the current and future generations of nurses.

    One means to do that is by developing students thinking ability to solve problems through a liberal approach of investigating all sides of a question and all possible solutions to a problem by reaching a conclusion.

    I am sure the admitted and the aspiring students will receive excellent quality education at Seva Mandal Education Society’s College Of Nursing.

  • Contact Info

    SEVA MANDAL EDUCATION SOCIETY’S COLLEGE OF NURSING & SMT. SHARDABEN CHAMPAKLAL NANAVATI INSTITUTE OF POLYTECHNIC’S SCHOOL OF NURSING

    Address: Smt. Parmeshwari Devi Gordhandas Garodia Educational Complex

    338, R.A. Kidwai road, Matunga, Mumbai 400019

    Phone: (022)- 24095792 Fax: 24026511

    Website: www.bmncollege.com

    Email ID: smesedu@gmail.com

  • Staff Information

    Teaching Faculty:

    Sr. No.

    Name of the teacher

    Post Held

    Qualification & Specialty

    1

    Mrs. Anjali Ajay Katdare

    Professor cum Principal

    M.sc. Nursing

    Psychiatry

    2

    Mrs. Shilpa Ashok Shettegar

    Vice Principal

    M.sc. Nursing

    Community Health Nursing

    3

    Mrs. Namrata Ashish Kubal

    Lecturer

    M.sc. Nursing

    Medical Surgical Nursing

    4

    Ms. Vaishali Otavanekar

    Lecturer

    M.sc. Nursing

    Community Health Nursing

    5

    Ms. Tejasvi Eknath Dhadse

    Lecturer

    M.sc. Nursing

    Medical Surgical Nursing

    6

    Ms. Diya Eldhose

    Tutor/ Clinical Instructor

    Medical Surgical Nursing

    7

    Ms. Nikhita Bonsale

    Tutor/ Clinical Instructor

    M.sc. Nursing

    Obestetric & Gyanecology

    8

    Ms. Reena Raji

    Tutor/ Clinical Instructor

     

    -

     

    9

    Ms. Elizabeth John

    Tutor/ Clinical Instructor

     

    -

     

    10

    Ms. Himgauri Kurve

    Tutor/ Clinical Instructor

     

    -

     

    11

    Ms. Deepali Kamble

    Tutor/ Clinical Instructor

     

    -

    12

    Ms. Sanjivni Gaikwad

    Tutor/ Clinical Instructor

     

    -

     

    13

    Ms. Shruthy Paulson

    Tutor/ Clinical Instructor

    -

    14

    Mr. Vikram Pawar

    Tutor/ Clinical Instructor

    -

    15

    Ms. Nisha Nair

    Tutor/ Clinical Instructor

    M.sc. Nursing

     Child health Nursing

    16

    Ms. Bincy Yohannan

    Tutor/ Clinical Instructor

    -

    17

    Ms. Minal Pawar

    Tutor/ Clinical Instructor

    -

    18

    Mr. Jamaludheen I.

    Tutor/ Clinical Instructor

    -

    Non Teaching Faculty: 

    Clerk

    Ms. Joyti Bhosale

    Mrs. Gauri Thakur

    Peon

    Mr. Shashi Chavan

    Ms. Seema

  • Activities

    Extra Curricular Activities:

    Student council and Student Nurses association: The student council will be formed through democratic system of election. Thus students will be given opportunities to develop their leadership qualities.

     

    Teaching Learning Activities

    The teachers will use the innovative and varied teaching- ‘learning activities’ suitable for a group as a whole as well as an individual student. The students need to take interest and initiative in learning as it is a joint venture of student and teacher towards quest for the TRUTH. The enlightening process of teaching and learning will help students imbibe great people’s precious wisdom.

     

    Cultural Activities/ Sports

    The student will be encouraged to participate in various cultural, sports and National Social Service activities and thus nurture the student’s talent.

    • N.S.S.: The aim of National Social Service unit is personality development through community development and the slogan is ‘Not me but you’. Active participation in N.S.S. activity can help students develop a sense of social responsibility and altruism.
    • S.N.A.: Student Nurses Association is Nursing student’s association is affiliated to the parent professional association. Trained Nurses association (Headquarter at Delhi). S.N.A. Biennial conference is held regularly. Students can present their projects through this unit, participate in various competitions and excel and form a sense of ownership and oneness towards the profession.

     

    Hostel

    • Students will be day scholars.
    • Very limited hostel facility is available on payment only to outsiders,
  • Admission Process

    • MH-CET candidates can apply for admission in Basic B.Sc. Nursing course.
    • Admission will be granted on merit basis.
    • A candidate seeking admission shall be present in person with an application form duly filled in and sign with the documents required.
  • SYLLABUS

    Food Science and Nutrition

     

    SEMESTER I

    Code No.

    Course

    TC

    Th C

    Pr C

    Int M

    Ext M

    Total

      9101

    9101 (A)

    English I (H.L.)                     (d)

    English I (L.L.)

    4

    3

    1

    25

    75

    100

      9102

    Applied Science                   (c)

    4

    2

    2

    25

    75

    100

      9103

    Design & Aesthetics              (b)

    4

    2

    2

    25

    75

    100

      9104

    Life Span Development         (b)

    4

    4

    -

    25

    75

    100

      9105

    Environment Studies             (c)

    4

    4

    -

    25

    75

    100

     

    TOTAL

    20

     15

     5

     125

    375

    500

     

    SEMESTER II

    Code No.

    Course

    TC

    Th C

    Pr C

    Int M

    Ext M

    Total

     9201

    9201 (A)

    English II  (H.L.)                       (d)

    English II (L.L.)

    4

    3

    1

    25

    75

    100

     9202

    Human Physiology                    (d)

    4

    3

    1

    25

    75

    100

     9203

    Textile Sc. & Apparel Design   (b)

    4

    2

    2

    25

    75

    100

     9204

    Fundamentals of Food Science and Nutrition                                     (b)

    4

    2

    2

    25

    75

    100

     9205

    Extension & Communication     (b)

    4

    3

    1

    25

    75

    100

     

    TOTAL

    20

     13

     7

     125

    375

    500

     

    SEMESTER III

    Code No.

    Course

    TC

    Th C

    Pr C

    Int M

    Ext M

    Total

     9301

    Nutrition for Life Span                       (b)

    4

    -

    4

    100

    -

    100

     9302

    Consumer Studies                              (d)

    4

    4

    -

    25

    75

    100

     9303

    Family Dynamics                               (b)

    4

    3

    1

    25

    75

    100

     9304

    Media Skill Development                  (b)

    4

    3

    1

    25

    75

    100

     9305

    Fabric Ornamentation and Accessory Design                                               (b)

    4

    -

    4

    100

    -

    100

     

    TOTAL

    20

     10

     10

     275

     225

    500

    SEMESTER IV

    Code No.

    Course

    TC

    Th C

    Pr C

    Int M

    Ext M

    Total

     0741

    Advanced Chemistry                    (b)

    4

    2

    2

    25

    75

    100

     0742

    Food Microbiology                      (a)

    4

    2

    2

    25

    75

    100

     0743

    Human Nutrition -I                      (a)

    4

    4

    -

    25

    75

    100

     0744

    Food Analysis                              (b)

    4

    -

    4

    25

    75

    100

     0745

    Food Preservation                       (a)

    4

    3

    1

    25

    75

    100

     

    TOTAL

    20

     11

    125

    375 

    500

     

    SEMESTER V

    Code No.

    Course

    TC

    Th C

    Pr C

    Int M

    Ext M

    Total

     0751

    Biochemistry                                  (a)

    4

    3

    1

    25

    75

    100

     0752

    Human Nutrition II                         (a)

    4

    4

     -

    25

    75

    100

     0753

    Food Science                                  (b)

    4

    3

    1

    25

    75

    100

     0754

    Diet Therapy                                  (a)

    4

    2

    2

    25

    75

    100

     0755

    Recent Advances in Food Science and Nutrition (seminar)                (b)

    2

    -

    2

    50

     -

    50

    9356

    Women’s Studies                          ( c)

    2

    2

    -

    50

    -

    50

     

    TOTAL

    20

     14

     6

    200

    300 

    500

     

    SEMESTER VI

    Code No.

    Course

    TC

    Th C

    Pr C

    Int M

    Ext M

    Total

     0761

    Community Nutrition                       (a)

    4

    2

    2

    25

    75

    100

     0762

    Food Processing and Product Development                                    (b )

    4

    2

    2

    25

    75

    100

     0763

    Nutrition and Life style Modifications for Wellness                                      (a)

    4

     4

    -

    25

    75

    100

     0764

    Professional Applications in Food Science and Nutrition (Internship)    (b)                

    8

      -

    8

    100

    100

    200

     

    TOTAL

    20

     8

     12

     175

     325

    500

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    TC = Total Credits, Th C = Theory Credits, Pr C = Practical Credits

    Int M = Internal Marks, Ext M = External Marks,

     U = Exam at University level      C = Exam at College level

  • GUEST LECTURES

    Date Details
    11/1/2017

    Session on ‘ Women safety & gender sensitization for FYBCA students by Ms. Ashwini syed manager_ training & HR   , safe city.

    10/1/2017 Guest lecture on ‘C programming’ was conducted for FYBCA students by Mr. preetesh shah sr speaker , seed infotech
    7/1/2016 A session on "Information Security" was conducted for TYBCA students by Mr.Tejinder Singh Security Info & Event Mgt-IBM India.
    21/12/2016 A session on "Cyber Security & Ethical hacking" was conducted for TYBCA students by Mr.Sachin Dedhia,Founder &CEO-Skynetsecure Solutions.
    21/9/2016 Guest lecture has been arranged for TYBCA students on Internet Security by Mr.Navin Reddy,founder Teluska Learnings,Corporate Trained Span Labs.
    24/9/2016 Guest lecture has been arranged for SYBCA students on 'Query Processing' by Nagma Shaikh ,Project Engineer Wipro Ltd.
    24/9/2016 Guest lecture has been arranged for FYBCA students on 'C programming 'by Nagma Shaikh, Project Engineer Wipro Ltd.
    24/9/2016 Guest lecture has been arranged for FYBCA students on 'Scheduling algorithm 'by  Pooja Jain, Project Developer Wipro Ltd.
    26/9/2016 Guest lecture on "Domain Name Servers" was organized for TYBCA department by Mr.Navin Reddy Consultant at Spanlabs, Founder, Telusko.com.

     

  • STUDENT ACHIEVEMENTS

    Ms.Prakashini Gopi has secured 2nd rank at the University level in sem VI with GPA 5.55(Grade A+).

    Ms. Madhavi Ahire (SYBCA I) got  Best NSS Volunteer of the Year award.

  • UNIQUE FEATURES

    • Dedicated Staff
    • Industrial Visits
    • Study Tour
    • Personality Development
    • collaboration with seed InfoTech and relic academy to conduct aptitude test for students
    • aptitude Training
    • Foreign Language – German
    • Bridge Course for non-maths students
    • Smart Classrooms
    • Internship Opportunities
    • Wi-Fi enabled Department
    • industrial experts as Evaluators
    • Value added course in latest Technology
    • Counsellor on campus
    • Mentoring Sessions
    • Tekzone- Inter-Collegiate Tech Fest
  • AWARDS & PRIZES

    • Co curricular prizes-
    •  

    Name of the student

    •  

    Award Won

    •  
    1.  

    Disha Gada and Siddhi Vengurleka

    FY ND

    1.  

    Yuva mohatsav 2016

    1.  

    Vidhi Mehta

    SY ND

    1.  

    Aakansha (20/08/2016)

    1.  

    Priya Jain

    SY ND

    Consolation prize- Literary Event Essay competition

    Aakansha (20/08/2016)

    1.  

    Monika Singh

    TY ND

    1.  

    Aakansha (20/08/2016)

    1.  

    Kedar Supriya

    TY ND

    1.  

    Aakansha (20/08/2016)

    • Awards/Recognition Received by Students

    NAME OF THE STUDENT

    COMPETETION

    Ms. Kajal Ghaywat

    Sybsc Student

     

    • Prize winner in dramatics has been chosen to represent our university SNDT Women’s University at zonal and now the national level.
    •  Participated in the purshottam karandak competition and won the best actress award.

    Ms. Bhagat Tanvi

    Fybsc student

    • Participated in Devalili Camp from 4-6th august 2015 and won the’Role model leader- 1st prize’.

    Ms. Sheetal Harnekar

    Tybsc student

    • Won the best student award of the academic year 2015-16.
  • SPECIAL PROGRAMS

    STUDENTS ON AIR:

    On 14th October 2016, six girls from SYND and seven girls from different faculties of home science visited AIR presenting different formats of radio. 

    The first group presented a talk show on the two topics: (1) Trends and Addiction  (2) A discussion on Suburban Trains i. e. Western, Central and Harbour pertaining to their problems and comforts ;and (3) A story by Munshi Premchand in narration form. The broadcast of these two programs will be done on 15th November and 22nd November 2016 respectively at 12 noon under YUVANI Program of SAMVADITA Channel MW 287.3 meters i.e. 1044 kHz

  • SPECIAL PROGRAMS

    Nutrition for menopausal women- community nutrition experience

    Students of T.Y (N.D) Conducted a Workshop on Nutrition for menopausal women  for Ladies between age 40-50 yrs. The Workshop was conducted on 17th March 2016 in Naval community. Around 50 women attended the workshop. They gave a short presentation which included detail about the menopausal stage right from what is menopause? to foods which should be included during this stage as well as it focused on Foods rich in Phytoestrogen and why are phytoestrogens important during menopause.

    The women found the workshop very innovative and very helpful. Students had prepared 10 Nutritious and Delicious recipe which they found really very healthy as well as tasty. The workshop and recipes were well appreciated.

    The students also prepared a brochure for the same.

  • UNIQUE FEATURES

    • BALMELA
    • CRECHE BALWADI TEACHERS TRAINING COURSE
    • PREMARITAL COUNSELING SEMINAR
    • PARTICIPANT PRESENTING HER EXPERIENCE
  • TEACHERS ACHIEVEMENTS/ ACTIVITIES

    • Smt. K.G. Shah Department of Computer Applications received the Silver Award for the college project entitled =Transformation of Girl Students into Empowered Citizens‘ at D.L. Shah Quality Award by the Quality Council of India, New Delhi on 7th August, 2015.
    • College has participated in the annual Best Quality Enhancement Team (BEQET) projects conducted by the National Centre for Quality Management (NCQM) over the last ten years. The objective has been to encourage faculty to undertake projects to enhance quality standards of the institution.
    • Second prize for their project on =SHRISTEE- Erase E-wasteE-waste management – · The Srishtee E-waste project is undertaken by the Department of Computer Applications wherein students are educated on how e - components can be recycled and reused. Students have participated in collection drives in collaboration with Evergreen Recycle karo (I) Pvt. Ltd. The college received the 2nd prize at the Best Education Quality Enhancement Team competition, at the National Centre for Quality Management NCQM, for this project in January 2016.

     

  • STUDENT ACHIEVEMENTS

    Sr.no

    date

    College name

    Event name

    rank

    1

    19/8/2016

    Dr.BMN College of home .sc

    Akanksha

    1st

    2

    30/8/2016

    Dr.BMN College of home.sc

    Tekzone

    2nd

    3

    17/12/2016

    Siws College

    Orion

    2nd

    4

    20/12/2016

    Chinaya College

    Vibes

    1st

    5

    23/12/2016

    Smt.Wadhwa College

    Jashnn

    1st

    6

    23/12/2016

    Vidyalankar College

    Vigour

    1st

    7

    2/1/2017

    Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar College

    Sheel 

    2nd

    8

    11/1/2017

    M.P Shah College

    Razmatazz

    1st

    9

    21/1/2017

    Siws College

    Ehlaan

    2nd

    10

    5/2/2017

    Mpf ground

    Special performance

    -