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2012-2013
Shri Vile Parle Kelavani Mandal’s
Narsee Monjee College of Commerce & Economics
Vile Parle (West), Mumbai-400056.
Message from
Shri Amrish R. Patel
Honourable President, SVKM
I am glad to know that Narsee Monjee College of Commerce and Economics is
publishing its Annual College Magazine. It is a matter of great pride that the College
has made consistent progress, year on year, in academic and co-curricular activities.
Overall development of the individual is the goal of education and we all have to ensure
that there is no stone left unturned to equip the student of today for the challenges of
life. This will require tremendous self-motivation on the part of all concerned but will
be fulfilling for the student as well as the faculty.
The faculty at N. M. College has always been a trend setter but what has also been
noteworthy is the excellent support and commitment of the non-teaching staff. I wish
you all the best for the future.
Shri Amrish Patel
President, SVKM
Message from
Mr. Shalin S. Divatia
In-charge of N.M. College, SVKM
Narsee Monjee College of Commerce & Economics is
entering in its 49th year and soon we shall be completing
our Golden Jubilee.
We have a bond of dedicated Alumni who have been
Our students have achieved excellence in various fields
hosting programnmes, offering scholarships to current
whether it be profession or business, be it management or
students and coming back to share their experiences and
accounting. In spite of being geographically dispersed all
contemporary trends with the current batch of students.
over the globe, they continue to cherish a treasured bond
But Alumni coming back to felicitate and honour on their
with College, a bond nurtured by fond memories of life long
retirement day, both faculty and non-teaching staff is a
friendships and dedicated teachers, not to speak of the
unique NM culture, one of the highest order.
various activities undertaken in College.
Best wishes to the entire NM fraternity, Faculty and NonThe time has come when the College should reach out to
Teachning staff and Alumni.
our alumni in all parts of the world to renew old
relationships and forge new ties.
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Shalin S. Divatia
Shri Vile Parle Kelavani Mandal's
Narsee Manjee College of Commerce and Economics
44th Annual Edition - 2012-2013
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Shri Vile Parle Kelavani Mandal
Office Bearers - 2012-2013
Shri Amrish R. Patel - President
Shri Pravin V. Gandhi - Vice President
Shri Balwantrai P. Sheth - Vice President
Shri Sunandan R. Divatia - Hon. Secretary
Dr. Jayant P. Gandhi - Hon. Joint Secretary
Shri Pruthviraj C. Shah - Hon. Treasurer
Managing Committee -2012-2013
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Shri Sunandan R. Divatia
Shri Amit B. Sheth
Shri Bhupen G. Bhatt
Shri Churchill R. Shah
Shri Harit H. Chitalia
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Shri Bhupesh R. Patel
Shri Dhirajlal M. Mehta
Shri Harshad H. Shah
Shri Jayesh P. Choksi
Shri Krishnakumar D. Gandhi
Shri Mukesh H. Patel
Shri Pravin H. Doshi
Shri Rajgopal C. Bhandari
Shri Shalin S. Divatia
Shri Subhash M. Jain
Shri Utpal H. Bhayani
Shri Vijay A. Patel
Shri Vivek C. Vaidya
Shri Balwantrai P. Sheth
Shri Pruthviraj C. Shah
Shri Bhargav N. Patel
Shri Chintan A. Patel
Shri Harihar R. Patel
Shri Jagat A. Killawala
Shri Jayesh R. Gandhi
Shri Maherdas J. Patel
Shri Nimir K. Mehta
Shri Rajendra K. Shah
Shri Raju L. Patel
Shri Shantilal P. Bhatt
Shri Tapan M. Patel
Shri Vamanrai V. Parekh
Shri Vinod M. Goradia
Executive Committee - 2012-2013
Shri Amrish R. Patel
Shri Sunandan R. Divatia
Shri Amit B. Sheth
Shri Bharat M. Sanghvi
Shri Bhupesh P. Bafna
Shri Dhirajlal M. Mehta
Shri Harshad H. Shah
Shri Jairaj C. Thacker
Shri Kirit P. Mehta
Smt. Manju D. Gupta
Shri Pravin H. Doshi
Shri Rajnikant S. Ajmera
Smt. Saroj Rao
Shri Tapan M. Patel
Shri Vasantrai D. Gandhi
Shri Vinod K. Goenka
Shri Vivek C. Vaidya
Shri Mohan Awate, Addl. CEO - SVKM
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Shri Pravin V. Gandhi
Dr. Jayant P. Gandhi
Shri Anand K. Pandit
Shri Bhargav N. Patel
Shri Chandrakant T. Shanghvi
Shri Harihar R. Patel
Shri Jagat A. Killawala
Shri Jayesh P. Choksi
Shri Maherdas J. Patel
Shri Mukesh H. Patel
Shri Rajendra K. Shah
Shri Ratilal A. Patel
Shri Shailesh M. Patel
Shri Tushar H. Mehta
Shri Ved Prakash Dudeja
Shri Vinod M. Goradia
Smt. Zainab R. Chauhan
Shri Anil K. Bapat, CFO - SVKM
Shri Balwantrai P. Sheth
Shri Pruthviraj C. Shah
Shri Balkrishna D. Sanghvi
Shri Bhupesh R. Patel
Shri Chintan A. Patel
Shri Harit H. Chitalia
Shri Jagdish B. Parikh
Shri K. Raja Gopalachari
Shri Mahesh P. Sanghvi
Shri Pratapchandra B. Patel
Shri Rajgopal C. Bhandari
Smt. Sarla H. Doshi
Shri Sunil N. Dalal
Shri Utpal H. Bhayani
Shri Vijay A. Patel
Shri Vinod M. Patel
Shri Asoke Basak, CEO - SVKM
Shri Nilesh M. Mohile, Chief Admin. - SVKM
Shri Vile Parle Kelavani Mandal
Special Invitees to the Executive Committee - 2012-2013
Shri Deepak Golwala
Shri Jai Chinai
Shri Rajesh V. Shah
Shri Shalin S. Divatia
Local Managing Committee - 2012-2013
Shri Shalin S Divatia (In-charge)
Prof Sunil B Mantri (Principal)
Smt Gomathi Iyer (Vice- Principal)
Shri Utpal H Bhayani
Shri Kirit P Mehta
Shri Harit Chitalia
Shri Asoke Basak (CEO, SVKM)
Smt Ashu Suyash
Shri Sudhir Soni (Permanent Invitee)
Prof Amee Vora (Vice Principal)
Shri Vikas Vichare (Invitee)
Junior College School Committee - 2012-2013
Shri Shalin Divatia (In-charge)
Prof Sunil B Mantri (Principal)
Shri Ratilal A Patel
Shri Harshad Shah
Shri Mukesh H Patel
Shri Harihar R Patel
Shri Rajesh V Shah
Shri Priyesh Kamdar
Ms Suman Rao (Vice Principal, Junior College)
Mrs Mamta Jha (Teachers' Representative)
Shri Vikas Vichare (Invitee)
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Message from
Mr. Sunil B. Mantri
Principal, NM College
By the time this magazine reaches you, our N M College
should have completed its 48 years of existence and poised
to enter the 49th year. The academic year 2014-2015 will
bring in the 50th year of N M College.
It has been amazing 49 years of existence. The journey had
many moments of ups and downs; more of ups and less of
downs. We shall discuss more about these memorable
moments next year. Let me take this opportunity to
applaud the efforts of the students, their parents and their
trainers and supporting staff for all their hard work, sincere
and dedicated efforts in keeping the NM flag flying high in
the academic as well as co-curricular activities.
The results of our flagship B.Com. Program i.e. T.Y.B.Com.
Class at the March 2012 examinations was 99.66% with
99.65% securing at least first class. Shah Kruti with
92.71% secured the 9th Rank at the University level.
The results of the T.Y.B.M.S. Class (Semester V & Semester
VI taken together) is100% as against University result of
65.33% out of 103 students appeared 86 got distinction,
16 First Class and one Pass Class. Ms.Hiba Sayed, Mr.
Shobit Birla secured 3rd and 7th rank at University of
Mumbai with 1036/1200 (85.33%) and 1017/1200
(84.75%) marks.
The result of the HSC (Regular) Examinations conducted in
February 2012 is 99.63% as against the Board results of
71.40%. The results of the HSC (Vocational) Examination
conducted in February / March 2012 is 100% as for the
last 4 years.
We have added one more undergraduate program,
Bachelor of Science (Information Technology) to the
bouquet of programs that we offer at N.M. College. Also
WIRC of ICAI has selected N M College as one of their
authorized center for their Oral Training Programme for
IPCC, CPT and CA Final Programme.
Keeping pace with the development in the use of ICT in the
teaching and learning process, we have equipped all our
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teachers of the degree college from aided as well as
unaided courses with laptops while ensuring that the entire
college campus is Wi-Fi enabled and every class room is
equipped with LCD/LED Projector. In the near future, we
propose to ensure that every class room of the college is
converted into digital classroom equipped with blackboard
technology and other related parameters.
At our end, with the help of the Alumni Members and the
staff of the college, we have started with the preparation for
the celebration of the Golden Jubilee Year 2014-2015. I
am eagerly looking forward to the year 2014-2015
wherein I shall get the opportunity to meet the illustrious
alumnus of the college, the past Principals and the faculty
members and relive the glory and walk on the path of
success that I inherited. I once again take this opportunity
to appeal to all alumni members to get connected with your
alma mater and give us an opportunity to thank you for
bringing glory and success to the institutions under the
able guidance of the staff of the college. I would also
request the current students to assist us in this process of
getting connected with or alumni members.
I would like to express my sincere and heartfelt gratitude to
all the students, their parents, the teaching and the
supporting staff of the college for all their efforts and for the
support extended to me during the last year and to Shri
Amrishbhai Patel, President of SVKM, Shri Shalin S
Divatia, Incharge of N M College and all at SVKM for
providing all the support and guidance in smooth and
effective running of the college.
Sunil B Mantri
Principal
Rank Holders - 2011-2012
TYBCom
Kruti Shah
(I Ranker)
TYBMS
Bhumi Patel
(II Ranker)
Tarika Goel
(III Ranker)
SYBCom
Siddharth Surana
(I Ranker)
SYBMS
Krishma Amin
(II Ranker)
Gnanesh Mehta
(III Ranker)
FYBCom
Raina Sakhale
(I Ranker)
Ruchi Gor
(I Ranker)
Sem III & IV
Aishwarya Shetty
(III Ranker)
Janugna Desai
(I Ranker) Semester IV
FYBMS
FYBAF
Lovita D'souza
(I Ranker)
Sem I
Umang Khetan
(I Ranker) Semester III
SYBMS
Karamdeep Kaur Sandhu
(II ranker)
SYBAF
Hiba Sayed
(I Ranker) Semester V and VI
Saloni Sheth
(I Ranker)
Sem II
Manisha Punjabi
(I Ranker) Semester I & II
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Rank Holders - 2011-2012
M.Com
FYBFM
Rohan Kamdar
Topper Sem I
Mahek Bhadricha
Topper Sem II
Brendon D'Souza
(I Ranker) Part I
Hrishikesh Desai
(I Ranker) Part II
H.S.C. Regular
Sri Sharma
(I Ranker)
Yashika Mehta
(II Ranker)
Rajeshri Palwankar
(II Ranker)
Mansi Gada
(III Ranker)
Chandani Solanki
(III Ranker)
SYJC (MCVC)
Alok Dave
1st Rank
Travel & Tourism
Rihen Ajmera
1st Rank
Marketing & Salesmanship
Pranali Shah
1st Rank
Accounting & Auditing
FYJC (Regular)
Palak Kapadia
1st Rank
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Krati Jain
2nd Rank
Prerna Dalal
3rd Rank
Anjali Varindani
3rd Rank
Varun Patel
3rd Rank
Rank Holders - 2011-2012
FYJC (MCVC)
Debadatta Jagannath
1st Rank
Travel & Tourism
Dhwani Choksi
1st Rank
Marketing &
Salesmanship
Jesline Gomes
1st Rank
Accounting & Auditing
Degree College Awards - 2012-2013
Umang Khetan
Kruti Shah
Shraddha Nimbre
Sunayana Sawant
The Jamnabai Narsee
Shield for the Best Student
Ravi Marble Corporation Trophy
for the Best Organiser
NAAM Trophy for general
proficiency in Cultural Activities
Anantrai Jadavji Sopariwala
Trophy for Best in Dramatics
Aparnaa Bhaagwat
Shaurya Taparia
Kush Ganatra
Kalindi Manek
Maneklal Keshavlal Sheth
Trophy for Best Vocalist
Manan Prakashan Trophy
for Best Instrumentalist
Amrutlal Bhurabhai Pandya
Trophy for Best Speaker
Satyabhamabai Gadgil
Trophy for Best Writer
Aditya Udeshi
Shilpi Jain
Manan Mehta
Tapidas Karsandas Sanghavi
Trophy for Best Sportsman
B G Bhatt Trophy for
Best Sportswoman
Dhirajben Dhanjibhai Mehta
Trophy for Best Cricketer
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College Awards - 2012-2013
Staff Special Prize
Ajit Datar Memorial Scholarship
Avani Bhatt
Sahil Dewan
Harini Warrier
Pallavi Jain
Raman Brothers Free Studentship
Purva Khetan
Nipun Daga
Staff Special Prize
Dhwaneel Shah
Sakshi Bhatnagar
Junior College Awards - 2012-2013
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Prerna Dalal
Aditya Shastri
Vibhuti Agarwal
Narsee Monjee Trophy
for the best Student
Narsee Monjee Trophy
for the best organizer
Jamnabai Narsee Trophy
for the best Sporstswoman
Vaibhav Shah
Urvish Mehta
Esha Nadkarni
Jamnabai Narsee Trophy
for the best Sporstsman
B.G. Bhatt Trophy
for the Best Speaker
Dr. Deepak Bhatt Trophy
for the Best Singer
Annual Day
Folk Orchestra
Hindi Play
Orchestra
Hindi Play
Orchestra
Orchestra
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Marathi Skit
Marathi Skit
Marathi Skit
Folk Dance
Western Dance
Western Dance
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Folk Dance
Academic Prizes 2011-2012
TYBCom
S. N. Award
Particulars
Name of the student
1
National Rayon Corporation Scholarship
For standing First
Kruti Shah
2
Shri Valliram L Mehta Prize
Standing First among Girl students
Kruti Shah
3
Dr. U R Koli Prize
For securing the highest aggregate
Kruti Shah
marks in 20 papers at FYBCOM,
SYBCOM & TYBCOM
4
Prof. Hemant Pranlal Vora Prize
For securing 1st highest aggregate
Kruti Shah
marks in 20 papers at FYBCOM,
SYBCOM & TYBCOM
5
Accounts Department Prize
For securing the highest aggregate
Kruti Shah
marks in five papers of Financial
Accounting & Auditing at FY,
SY & TYBCom.
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Seeba Exporters Prize
Highest marks in the aggregate
Kruti Shah
of 5 papers of Financial Accounting &
Auditing at FY, SY & TYBCOM
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Mohanlal Ratanji Vora Smarak Prize
For securing the highest marks in
Kruti Shah
5 papers of Commerce: Accounts
I, II, III, MHRM & Economics
at TYBCOM.
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Bank of India Prize
For securing the highest marks in
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V H Kishnadwala Prize
For securing the highest marks in
Apeksha Agarwal
Financial Accounting & Auditing.
Apeksha Agarwal
Financial Accounting & Auditing.
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Prof. Naranji M. Bhikabhai Patel Prize
For securing the highest marks in
Apeksha Agarwal
Financial Accounting & Auditing.
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Prof. Babubhai M Kishnadwala Prize
For securing the highest marks in
Apeksha Agarwal
Financial Accounting & Auditing.
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Shri Chotalal Pranjivandas Prize
Business Management.
Ruta Vasudeo
Shreya Saraf
13
Narsee Monjee Prize
MHRM
14
Shri Nagarmal Mathuram Goyal Prize
Psychology of Human Behavior at Work Bhumi Patel
15
Shri Bhaidas Darshibhai Bhuta Prize
Business Economics III
Renuka Variar
16
Tulsidas Khimji Prize
Export Management
Kalpana Patel
17
Prof. A G Tulpule Prize
Direct & Indirect Taxation
Ronak Chawla
18
Shamji Hemraj Prize
Elements of Operations Research
Kruti Shah
19
Janki R. Engineer Prize
Computer Systems & Applications
Heena Patel
13
SYBCom
S. N. Award
Particulars
Name of the student
1
Prof Hemant Pranlal Vora Prize
Standing First
Siddharth Surana
2
Smt Chandaben Mohanbhai Patel Scholarship
Standing First
Siddharth Surana
3
Narmadaben Jadavji Sopariwala Prize
Highest marks in 4 subjects
Siddharth Surana
commerce discipline (Commerce,
Economics, Law and Accounts)
4
Bank of Baroda Prize
Accountancy & Financial Management
Pooja Mehta
5
Prof V H Kishnadwala Prize
Accountancy & Financial Management
Pooja Mehta
6
Prof Babubhai Kishnadwala Prize
Accountancy & Financial Management
Pooja Mehta
7
Shri Uttamchand Bharan Parekh Prize
Commerce Paper II
Dhwani Shah
8
Smt Maniben Mangaldas Patel Prize
Business Economics (Paper II)
Siddharth Surana
(Marketing & Finance)
9
Kavita B Patel Prize
Business Law
Foram Gala
10
Podar Foundation Prize
Advertising
Radhika Karve
11
Jayantilal Harjivandas Patel Prize
Foundation Course Paper II
Uzma Mandlik
12
Shyamji Hemraj Prize
Computer Programming
Shilpi Jain
FYBCom
S. N. Award
Particulars
Name of the student
1
Prof Hemant Pranlal Vora Prize
Standing First
Raina Sakhale
2
Shri Shantibhai Sheth Smarak Prize
Standing First
Raina Sakhale
3
Smt Harshaben Mahendra Shah Prize
For Standing first among girl students
Raina Sakhale
4
Dilipkumar Vrajlal Pandya Smarak Prize
Accountancy & Financial Management
Aayush Modi
5
Prof V H Kishnadwala Prize
Accountancy & Financial Management
Aayush Modi
6
Prof Babubhai Kishnadwala Prize
Accountancy & Financial Management
Aayush Modi
7
Chinmaya Scholarship
Business Economics (Paper I)
Raina Sakhale
8
Bhanuben Mulji Sejpal Prize
Mathematics & Statistical Techniques
Tanvi Mehra
9
Pragnya Mulji Sejpal Prize
Business Communication
Kiran Rajput
10
Smt Mangalben M. Kanakia Prize
Environmental Studies
Kriti Bajaj
11
Smt. Jayaben Nathalal Zaveri Prize
Foundation Course Paper I
Deep Shah
12
Podar Foundation Prize
Commerce- Paper I
Kriti Sharma
(Business systems & Society)
MCom
S. N. Prize
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Particulars
Name
1
A Prize
Standing First in MCom Part I
Brendon D'Souza
2
A Prize
Standing First in MCom Part II
Hrishikesh Desai
T.Y.B.M.S.
S. N. Prize
Particulars
Name
1
A prize
Standing First at Semester VI
Hiba Sayed
2
A prize
Standing First at Semester V
Hiba Sayed
S.Y.B.M.S.
S. N. Prize
Particulars
Name
1
A prize
Standing First at Semester IV
Janugna Desai
2
A prize
Standing First at Semester III
Umang Khetan
F.Y.B.M.S.
S. N. Prize
Particulars
Name
1
A prize
Standing First at Semester II
Manisha Punjabi
2
A prize
Standing First at Semester I
Manisha Punjabi
S.Y.B.A.F.
S. N. Prize
Particulars
Name
1
A prize
Standing First at Semester IV
Ruchi Gor
2
A prize
Standing First at Semester III
Aparnaa Bhaagwat
F.Y.B.A.F.
S. N. Prize
Particulars
Name
1
A prize
Standing First at Semester II
Saloni Sheth
2
A prize
Standing First at Semester I
Lovita D’Souza
F.Y.B.F.M.
S. N. Prize
Particulars
Name
1
A prize
Standing First at Semester II
Mahek Bhadricha
2
A prize
Standing First at Semester I
Rohan Kamdar
S.Y.J.C. (MCVC)
S. N. Prize
Particulars
Name
1
Travel & Tourism
Aalok Dave
Shri N V Mandke Prize
2
Prof. Navin Kishnadawala Prize
Accounting & Auditing
Pranali Shah
3
Shamji Hemraj Prize
Marketing & Salesmanship
Rihen Ajmera
F.Y.J.C. (MCVC)
S. N. Prize
Particulars
Name
1
Anand Sejpal Prize
Travel & Tourism
Debadatta P. Jagannath
2
Vivek M Sejpal Prize
Marketing & Salesmanship
Dhwani P. Choksi
3
Shri Shamji Hemraj Prize
Accounting & Auditing
Jesline R. Gomes
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Junior College - S.Y.J.C.
S. N.
1
2
3
Prize
Shri Vrajlal Jivraj Rajulwala Prize
Parvatiben Dhruv Prize
Shri Atmaram Haribhai Karsandas Choksi Prize
Particulars
Standing First
Standing First
Standing Second
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Pushpa Narsee Prize
Kamla Darmshi Prize
Smt. Champaben Hiralal Shah Prize
Prof. V H Kishnadwala Prize
Prof. Babubhai Kishnadwala Prize
Vimalaben D Patel Prize
Shri Nagardas Dharshi Bhuta Prize
Smt. Manidevi Liladhar Modi Prize
Smt. Nirmala Mohandas Parekh Prize
Shri Bharat D Sejpal Prize
A Prize
A Prize
Mathematics
Economics
Book-keeping & Accountancy
Book-keeping & Accountancy
Book-keeping & Accountancy
English
Organisation of Commerce
Hindi
Gujarati
French
Marathi
Information Technology
Name
Sri Sharma
Sri Sharma
Yashika Mehta
Rajashree Palwankar
Jay Patel
Sri Sharma
Riya Shah
Riya Shah
Riya Shah
Sri Sharma
Karan Madani
Honey Savla
Krutika Trivedi
Dimple Modi
Nrupali Mestry
Radhika Agarwal
F.Y.J.C.
S. N.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
16
Award
Kashiben Mulji Sejpal Prize
Geetadevi Barasia Award
Narsee Monjee Prize
Tulsidas Khimji Prize
Shri Shamji Hemraj Prize
Hasmukhben C Patel Prize
Particulars
Standing First
Standing First among girls
Standing Second
Highest in English
Highest in French
Highest in Organisation of Commerce
& Management
Bhanwarlal D Jain Prize
Highest in Mathematics
Manjulaben Pratap Singh Prize
Highest in Book-keeping &
Accountancy
Prof. V H Kishnadwala Prize
Highest in Book-keeping &
Accountancy
Prof. Babubhai Kishnadwala Prize
Highest in Book-keeping &
Accountancy
Jamnabai Narsee Prize
Highest in Economics
Manidevi LiladharModi Prize
Highest in Hindi
ShriBhaidas Dharsibhai Bhuta Prize
Highest in Gujarati
Shastriji Chel Shankar Jagjivan Dave Scholarship Highest in Gujarati
A Prize
Highest in Information Technology
Jamnabai Narsee Prize
First at SSC or equivalent exam
among students joining this college
Jagmohan J. Kapadia Scholarship
First at SSC Exam joining this college
from GPP high school
Gulabdas Bhurasheth Prize
Highest in Maths at SSC
or equivalent exam
Name of the student
Palak Kapadia
Palak Kapadia
Krati Jain
Palak Kapadia
Palak Kapadia
Prerna Dalal
Krati Jain
Saransh Modi
Saransh Modi
Saransh Modi
Linet D’Souza
Pranav Mehta
Ruchita Patel
Ruchita Patel
Anjali Varindani
Jinali Shah
Raj Shah
Priyanka Ganeriwal
College Report 2012-2013
Recognition:
SVKM’s Narsee Monjee College of Commerce and
Economics is ranked First in Mumbai and Sixth at the AllIndia level amongst all Commerce colleges.
The Week, June 2012
SVKM’s Narsee Monjee College of Commerce and
Economics is ranked First in Mumbai and Seventh at the
All- India level amongst all Commerce colleges.
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The Bachelor of Management Studies course offered by the
college is ranked First in Mumbai and Second at All-India
Level amongst all colleges offering under graduate
management courses.
India Today, June 2012
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New Course:
The college has been offering various under graduate
courses, viz B.Com, BMS, BAF, BFM at degree level apart
from HSC in commerce and MCVC courses at the junior
level. At post graduate level the college offers M.Com. In
the academic year 2012-13, the college has introduced
yet another under graduate course, i.e. BSc-IT.
NM College is among the first colleges in western side of
Mumbai to be recognised by the Institute of Chartered
Accountants of India to offer its Oral Coaching Programmes
for CPT, PCC and Finals.
NM is already an authorised training centre for the ICWA
Institute.
Seminars, Workshops, Symposia and Refresher Course:
Degree College:
1. The Department of Business Communication
conducted a Symposium on 'Business Ethics', a
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newly introduced module at the FYBCom level on 23
June, 2012.
2. The Department of Accountancy conducted a half day
workshop on the 'Revised Schedule VI of the
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Company's Act' for the TYBCom students on 23
August, 2012. CA Amit Majumdar and CA Aniket
Sahani were invited to hold the sessions of this
workshop.
3. The College organized a Refresher Course in
Commerce for the ninth time on behalf of University
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Grants Commission-Academic Staff College,
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University of Mumbai from 8 October, 2012 to 27
October, 2012. The theme of the refresher course
was 'Inclusive Growth: Issues, Opportunities and
Challenges'. Prof. BK Nair was the coordinator of the
course.
The college also organised a half day workshop on
'Academic Performance Indicators' jointly with J M
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Patel College of Commerce, Mumbai on 8 October,
2012.
The IQAC of the College organized a half day Seminar
on 'Implications of the Credit Based Grading System'
on Thursday, February 7, 2013. The organising
committee comprised of Vice Principal Amee Vora,
Prof. BK Nair, Prof.Vrijendra, Prof. Shephali Kamdar,
Prof. Chitra Thomas, Dr.Vijayshree Anand, Prof. Sneh
Choithani and Prof. Nirmala Chavan.
The college organised a Certificate Course on
'Entrepreneurship' conducted by Ion education. 51
students participated in this 18-hour course held in
October, 2012. Prof.Chitra Thomas was the
coordinator of the course.
Junior College:
1. The English Department of Junior College conducted
a workshop on the revised syllabus of Std. XI English
Course-book on 12th October, 2012.
2. The Economics Department of the Junior College
organized a Symposium for teachers of Mumbai
colleges, convened by the Vice Principal, Prof. Suman
Rao, on 9th February 2013. The topic of the
Symposium was 'Current Economic Scenario: Some
Issues'.
3. The Economics Department of the Junior College also
organized a workshop on 'Women and Children: The
Silent Scream Zone… Addressing Socio-economic
and Legal Issues' on 18th January, 2013, convened
by the Vice Principal, Prof.Suman Rao.
Guest Lectures:
•
Guest Lecture for TYBMS students on “Logistics and
Supply Chain Management” by Mr. Satish Bendre
was organized on 14 July 2012.
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Guest Lecture for TYBMS students by Mrs. Rupal
Srivastava (Account Director- O & M) was organized
on 8th September 2012.
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A series of guest lectures were conducted on 3, 6 and
12 October 2012 by Mr. Kirtan Shah and Mr. Priyesh
Karia from Ambition Learning for TYBMS in the
subject of Special Studies in Finance.
Industrial Visits:
• An Industrial Visit was organised to Sudersanam
Spinning Mills, Khardi-Silvasa on 5th March, 2013 for
first year students of BCom- Accounting and Finance
and BCom- Financial Markets.
• An Industrial Visit was organised to Bombay Rayon
Limited, Silvasa on 5th March,2013 for the first year
students of BMS.
Prof. Manjiree Gondhalekar was invited by Mulund
College of Commerce & Economics to give a guest lecture
on 'E-Commerce' to the students of TYBCom Class on 19th
January, 2013.
Publication of Research Journals:
• NavManthan- Staff journal
In pursuance for educational excellence and research, the
college is planning to come up with a National level
interdisciplinary double blind peer reviewed journal titled
“NavManthan” focusing on research articles in the field of
Commerce, Accountancy, Management, Economics, Law,
Social Sciences and Humanities.
Prof. Chitra Thomas
1. Completed a minor research project on 'Money and
Happiness in Mumbai' and submitted it to the
University of Mumbai.
2. She also presented a research paper at Manshodan III,
a Research / Project Presentation Competition of all the
institutions under the SVKM banner, on 8th December,
2012 on the same topic.
• A Students' Journal
The college also plans to publish an annual students'
journal with an ISSN number
Dr. Vijayshree Anand
1. Participated in the state level seminar on 'Emerging
Trends in Indian Retail Management' sponsored by
UGC and organised by Konkan Gyanpeeth Uran
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College of Commerce and Arts on 21 April 2012 and
presented a paper titled “Human Resource
Management in Retailing – its significance and
Challenges”.
2. Participated in the National conference on 'The Indian
Business Scenario: Challenges Ahead' sponsored by
UGC and organised by Ghanshyamdas Saraf College
of Arts And Commerce on 27th November 2012 and
presented a paper titled “Youth defining the retail
landscape due to emerging consumerism”
Superannuation:
Dr. Usha Kiran Verma, Assistant Professor in
Environmental Studies, Department of Commerce retired
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from service on 31 May, 2013. She had joined the college
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on 7 August, 2001.
Prof. Suman Rao, Vice Principal of Junior College retired
from service on 31st March, 2013. She had joined the
college as a teacher in Economics on 4th July, 1977.
Mr. G T Chipte, Head Clerk, retired from service on 31st
May, 2013. He had joined the college as a peon on 16th
May, 1972.
Mr. P S Navathe, Library Attendant retired from service on
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31 May, 2013. He had joined the college as a peon on
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27 June, 1977.
Staff Achievements:
Degree College:
Prof.B K Nair
1. Was the Resource Person to chair a group discussion
and evaluate the teacher participants at the Refresher
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Course organised by KPB Hinduja College of
Commerce, on 3rd January 2013
2. Was the Resource Person to take a session on
“Strategies for Personal Effectiveness” on 8th January
2013 at the same Refresher Course
3. Was the Key initiator for the Conversazione on the
subject of 'FDI on Retail' at Pravin Gandhi College of
Law on 3rd January 2013
Prof. Amee Vora and Prof. Kedar Bhide completed a
Refresher Course in Business Studies conducted by KPB
Hinduja College, Mumbai on behalf of the UGC Academic
Staff College, University of Mumbai from 26thDecember,
2012 to 15thJanuary, 2013.
Prof. Chitra Thomas and Prof. Sneh Choithani
participated in one day workshop on syllabus revision for
Business Economics at FYBcom and MCom organized by
LS Raheja College of Arts and Commerce in association
with the Board of Studies in Business Economics,
University of Mumbai on 16th July, 2012.
Prof. Chitra Thomas, Prof. Sneh Choithani, Prof. Nirmala
Chavan, Dr. Ritika Khurana, Prof. Anamika Banerjee and
Prof. Daksha Pandya attended an Economics Conclave
organized by the Sarla Anil Modi School of Economics of
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SVKM's NMIMS University on 4 December 2012.
Dr.SubirGokarn, Deputy Governor of RBI delivered a
keynote address on “Managing Inflation: Challenges for the
Indian Central Bank.” It was followed by a Panel
Discussion on 'Indian Economy: Navigating Choppy
Waters'.
Prof. Amee Vora, Prof. Gomathi V, Prof. Chitra Thomas,
Prof. Sneh Choithani and Prof. Nirmala Chavan
participated in a half day workshop on 'Academic
Performance Indicators' jointly organized by NM College
and JM Patel College of Commerce on 8th October, 2012.
Prof. Leena Nair, Dr. Muktha Manoj, Prof. Geeta Desai
and Prof. Renuka Mangtani participated in a seminar on
‘Anti-Rape Laws and Policy- Emerging Issues’ organized by
the Department of Law, University of Mumbai in
collaboration with Global Vision India Foundation on 8th
March, 2013.
Dr. Ritika Khurana
1. Participated in a seminar on “Implications of the Credit
based Grading system” organized by IQAC,
NarseeMonjee college of Commerce and Economics
on 7th February, 2013.
2. Presented a research paper titled “ The paradox of
India's New Found Prosperity” in the 8th Annual
International Research and Thesis conference PATHH
2013 on the theme “ India of My Dreams: 2050”
organized by the St. Francis Institute of Management
and Research on 8th and 9th Feb 2013.
3. Submitted a research paper titled “India and China: A
Comparison of Demographic Advantages and
Constraints” to be published in the NMCCE- annual
journal “Navmanthan” 2013.
4. Published a research paper titled “ Demographic
Dividend in India: Emerging Disparities and its
Implications for Growth” in the bi-annual international
Journal of Research being published by Rizvi College
of Arts, Science and Commerce, Bandra, Mumbai.
Dr. Ritu Vashisht
1. Published research paper titled, 'Inclusive growth in
India: Fact or Mythology', in Global Journal of
Management Application by Sir M. Visvesvarya
Institute of Management & Research with ISSN:
2249-345X.
2. Attended the Refresher Course in Commerce
conducted by University Grants CommissionAcademic Staff College, University of Mumbai at
Narsee Monjee College of Commerce & Economics
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from 8 October, 2012 to 27 October, 2012.
3. Participated in the UGC sponsored National Level
Seminar on 'Global Financial Crisis: Indian Scenario',
organized by KES B. K. Shroff College of Arts & M.H.
Shroff College of commerce.
4. Participated in seminar on 'Implications of Credit
Based Grading System', organized by IQAC of Narsee
Monjee College of Commerce & Economics on 7th
February, 2013.
5. Presented paper titled, 'Enhancing Quality in Higher
Education through technology aided Educational
Techniques', at the National Conference on
Educational Techniques: Teaching, Learning and
Quality Enhancement, organized by Nagindas
Khandwala College on 14th August, 2012.
6. Presented research paper titled, 'Brand Positioning for
Britannia Biscuits in the Health and Wellness Sector',
at UGC sponsored National Seminar organized by
Ghanshyam Das Saraf College on 26th and 27th
November, 2012.
7. Presented research paper on 'Brand Building and
Brand Loyalty or Airline Companies with special
reference to Indigo Airlines', at International
Conference organized by St. Francis Institute of
Management and Research in association with
University of Mumbai on 8th February, 2013. The
paper got selected in compilation of conference
proceedings CD with ISBN 978-81-926742-0-9.
Dr. Ritu Vashisht and Dr. Ritika Khurana jointly presented
a research paper titled, 'Performance and Prospects of
Growth of BRIC Countries with special reference to India',
at UGC sponsored three days National Conference on
'Emerging Market Economies' organized by Ramanarain
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Ruia College from 27 August, 2012 to 29 August, 2012.
The paper has been published in the conference
proceedings with ISBN: 978-93-5051-829-8.
Dr. Ritu Vashisht and Dr. Vijayshree Anand participated in
the Workshop on, 'Revised Syllabus and Assignments in
Commerce (I & II) for F Y B. Com and Assignments in
Commerce (III & IV) and Advertising (I & II) for S Y B.Com',
organized jointly by Valia College and Board of Studies in
Commerce, University of Mumbai, on 10th July, 2012.
Prof. Jennifer D'Souza was nominated as a Manager of the
University Basketball (Women) team that participated in
the West Zone Inter-University Basketball (Women)
tournament held at L.N.I.P.E. Gwalior from 7th November,
2012 to 10th November, 2012 and at the All Indian InterUniversity tournament held at K.I.I.T. University,
Bhubaneshwar from 2nd December, 2012 to 7th
December, 2012.
Prof. Piyush Pandya and Prof. Shermin Almeida
participated in a UGC sponsored one day state level
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seminar on 'Beholding Prospective Enabling Direct and
Indirect Tax' organized by the Department of Accountancy,
J.M. Patel College of Commerce, Goregaon on 2nd February,
2013.
Prof. Geeta Desai won first prize in solo singing
competition in the event "Zunj 2012" organised by
Dahanukar College on 16th September, 2012.
She also presented the paper on “Role of Education in
Women Empowerment” in the National Conference on
Women's Empowerment and Entrepreneurship organized
by Tolani College of Commerce on 24th November, 2012.
Prof. Geeta Desai and Mrs.Vaishali Dawar jointly
presented a paper on “Spirituality at work and Sustainable
Well-being: A Comparative Study of Three Spiritual
Leaders namely Samarth Ramdas Swami, Swami
Vivekananda and Shri Pandurang Shastri Athavle' at an
International Conference on 'Spirituality at Workplace',
organised by Usha Pravin Gandhi College of Management
on 21st and 22nd February, 2013.
Prof. Deepa Chitnis
1) Presented a research paper titled “Legislative and
Executive Efforts towards Women Empowerment
through Higher Education” at two day International
seminar on “Right to Education: Constitutional
Dynamics” organised by faculty of Law, The ICFAI
Foundation for Higher Education Deemed University
Hyderabad, on 18th and 19th August 2012.
2) Presented a research paper titled “Women
Empowerment – A Legal Perspective” at International
seminar on “Symbiosis between Academia and
Corporate world” – A step forward , organised by
Bhartiya Vidya Bhavan's Hazarimal Somani College on
21st
and 22nd November 2012. (Published in
conference proceedings ISBN 978-93-81394-40-3)
3) Presented a research paper “ Women Empowerment at
Work Place through Legal Rights : The Need to Relook
at the Women Protection Laws” at One day National
Conference on “Women Empowerment” and
Entrepreneurship, jointly organised by the WDC
University of Mumbai and Tolani College, Mumbai on
24th November 2012. (Published in ISBN 978-9382429-99-9)
4) Presented a research paper “Role of Indian Judiciary in
Prevention of Sexual Harassment at Work Place” at
PATHH, an International Research Conference on
“India of my dreams at 2050” organised by St. Francis
Institute of Management and Research on 8th February
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2013.(Published in ISBN 978-81-926742-0-9)
5) Presented a research paper, “Portrayal of Women in
Media: A Legal and Spiritual Perspective” at
International Conference on Spirituality at Work place
organised by SVKM's UPG college on 21st and 22nd of
February 2013. (Published in ISBN 978-93-5110046-1)
6) Participated in the Inter college Seminar on 'Business
Ethics' organised by NM College on 23rd June, 2012
Prof. Renuka B. Mangtani
1. Participated in One Day National Conference on
"Women Empowerment and Entrepreneurship" jointly
organized by Women Development Cell, University of
Mumbai and Tolani College of Commerce, on 24th
November, 2012 and presented a research paper
titled 'Women Empowerment through Legal
Rights'which was published in national journal bearing
ISBN number 978-93-82429-94-4
2. Participated in Manshodan III, a Research/Project
Presentation Competition of all the institutions under
the SVKM banner, on 8th December, 2012.
3. Participated in International Research Symposium on
Management, Commerce and Social Sciences held on
7th and 8th January, 2013 at Burhani College of
Commerce and Arts, Mazgaon, Mumbai and presented
a research paper entitled "Doctrine of Separation of
Powers: Concept and Evolution" which was published
in International Journal bearing ISSN number 2249 –
7455.
4. Participated in UGC sponsored 2 day workshop on
“Use of SPSS in Research Methodology for Social
Sciences” conducted on 1st and 2nd February, 2013 by
Rizvi College of Arts, Science and Commerce & SPSS
Inc.
5. Participated in the Seminar on “Implications of Credit
Based Grading System” organized by IQAC of NM
College on 7th February, 2013.
6. Participated in the Seminar on “Anti Rape Laws &
Policy – Emerging Issues” conducted on 8th March,
2013 by Department of Law, University of Mumbai.
7. Attended an Interdisciplinary workshop: “Women and
Children: The Silent Scream Zone?! Addressing SocioEconomic and Legal Issues”, held at N. M. College on
18th March, 2013
Prof. Harish Sharma cleared CFAP Exam (Certified
Forensic Accounting Professional) and underwent training
to become an expert in the field of forensic accounting,
forensic auditing, litigation support and investigative
accounting. CFAP is a designation awarded by India
forensic Centre of Studies and moderated by the Forensic
Accounting Research Foundation. The Forensic
Accounting Research Foundation is a member-based
Indian organisation dedicated to providing forensic
accounting and forensic auditing education and training
with presence in more than 7 countries including Nigeria,
Oman, Qatar, UAE, Uganda and others.
Dr. Vandana Misra's research paper titled 'Transformation
of Riemannian Space to a C-Reducible Finsler Space' was
published in a National peer-reviewed Journal
'Investigations in Mathematical Sciences' –Volume 2, No.
2, 2012, pages 301-306.
Dr. Muktha Manoj, Prof. Radhika Wadke Prof. Deepa
Chitnis, Dr.Ritika Khurana, Dr.Ritu Vashisht, Prof.
Renuka Mangtani, Prof. Jennifer D'Souza and Prof.
Sameer Dave participated in the Seminar on “Implications
of Credit Based Grading System” organised by IQAC of NM
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College on Thursday, February 7 2013.
Prof. Richa Saxena
1. Was appointed by University of Mumbai as the
Chairperson for TYBMS Semester VI October, 2012
Examination in the subject of Operations Research.
2. Conducted the TYBMS Viva Voce at Malini Kishore
Sanghavi College, Juhu on 7th January 2013.
Prof. Conrad Coelho qualified the June 2012 UGC
National Eligibility Test in Management.
Mr. Govind Sowani attended a University Workshop for
discussion on the Paper Pattern and Teaching Methodology
for TYBMS SEM V and Sem VI subjects held on 28 July
2012 at Mulund College of Commerce.
Mrs. Aanamika Banerjee, Co-ordinator of BAF,
1. Attended an International Conference organized by
Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research
(IGIDR), Mumbai from 1st to 3rd December 2012.
2. Attended a one day workshop on Data Dissemination
on Census 2011 organised by the Directorate of
Census Operations, Maharashtra in Association with
SNDT Women's University, Mumbai on March 25th,
2013.
Ms. Kavita Surve, BSc. (I.T.) coordinator awarded as the
best researcher in Image Processing.
Ms. Amisha Dawda is pursuing PhD from Jamnalal Bajaj
Institute of Management.
Junior College:
Prof. Mamta Jha completed her PhD from Lalit Narayan
Mithila University, Kameshwarnagar, Darbhanga, Biharin
November, 2012. The title of her doctoral thesis is "The
Impact of Globalization on India's Balance of Payments"
Prof. Geetha Menon
1. Completed her M.Phil. in Mathematics in May 2012.
2. Conducted a guidance lecture for the 12th standard
students in the subject Mathematics & Statistics at
Sanskar Sarjan Education Society's P.D.Turakia Junior
College on 18th January 2013.
Mrs. Sonee Patra
1. Attended the meeting of Co-ordinators on 15th
September, 2012 at Patuck College; Vakola presided
by the District Vocational Education Office. She also
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attended the apprenticeship 'Bharti Mela' on 18
September, 2012 at the same venue.
2. Attended a meeting organized by the Directorate of
Vocational Education & Training Office on 10th
December, 2012. The meeting was presided by
Mr.K.V.Khatavkar, District Vocational Education
Officer, Mumbai Suburban and Mrs. Suvarna Jadhav,
District Vocational Education Officer, Mumbai City.
Mrs. Anupamaa S Chavan
1. Was invited by Dr. Antonio da Silva Technical High
School and Junior College, Dadar, to guide teachers on
various teaching skills & how to motivate the student
and utilize the skill of the teachers to achieve the best
from the child on 4th September, 2012.
2. Attended an International Seminar on 'International
Energy Access' organized by MNRE at Vigyan Bhavan,
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New Delhi on 9 & 10 October, 2012. The Seminar
was inaugurated by the Prime Minister Dr.Manmohan
Singh. Prime Ministers and ministers of 70 nations
attended it.
3. Was invited to give a Guest Lecture on 'Role of
Marketing in Entrepreneurship' on 20th December,
2012 at Patuck College for their Entrepreneurship
Motivation Camp.
4. Was invited to attend the meeting of 'Bombay First –
Education Mission' to discuss the problems in
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Vocational Education on 1 November, 2012. Bombay
first advises the government on various issues related to
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Infrastructure, Health, Education, Environment etc. to
make Bombay one of the best cities in the world.
5. Was invited by Smt. T.S.Bafna College to address the
NSS Volunteers on the Topic of Media and
Advertisement On 26th November, 2012.
6. Presented a research paper titled 'Analysing the Impact
of Utility and Cost on the use of Solar Energy Products',
at a National conference organized by Rizvi Institute of
Management & Research on 19th January, 2013. Her
paper was judged as the 'Best Paper' in Marketing. This
paper was published in the Conference proceedings.
Asmita Rajmane, Pratik Dave (TYBCom), Pragalbh Jha
(FYBCom), Shariq Nanda (SYJC), Abhishek Vora,
Hitanshu Bhatia, Mayank Sood, Moksha Dadia, Kavya
Kapani, Minal Saraf, Meet Vyas, Taronish Irani and Nehal
Shah (FYJC).
They won the following awards:
• Kaifi Azmi Trophy- Critics' Award for Best Play
• Best Script - Bhavesh Mandeliya
• Merits for Acting- Abhishek Vora (as Jayantilal),
Sunayana Sawant (as Motiben), Pratik Dave (as Vijay),
and Shivani Motipara (as Baa)
Students' Achievements:
An interview of the team with their photograph was
published in Marathi daily-Mumbai Chaufer. They were
also interviewed by RJ Jeeturaaj aired on Radio Mirchi
98.3 FM.
Academic:
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• Kruti Shah secured the 9 rank at the TYBCom
University Examination of March, 2012.
• Apeksha Agarwal scored highest aggregate marks in
three papers of Financial Accounting and Auditing at
the TYBCom University Examination of March, 2012.
• Tarika Goel scored third highest aggregate marks in
three papers of Financial Accounting and Auditing at
the TYBCom University Examination of March, 2012.
• Hiba Sayed secured 3rd rank at the TYBMS Sem-VI
University Examination of 2012.
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• Shobhit Birla secured 7 rank at the TYBMS Sem-VI
University Examination of 2012.
• Krutika Trivedi was awarded the 'Bachiben Kumarji
Shah Prize' for scoring the highest marks in the subject
Gujarati at the HSC Examination of March, 2012.
Extra and Co-curricular:
A team of our college students participated in the Hindi
One-act Plays Competition organized by Indian People's
Theatre Association (IPTA). The final round of the
competition was held on 3rd October, 2012 at Tejpal Hall,
Grant Road (W). They presented the play titled:
"Jayantilalki Cycle”. The team comprised of Shivani
Motipara, Dhiram Kotadia (MCom I), Sunayana Sawant,
• Uzma Mandlik of TYBCom won third prize at final round
of the 48th A.D. Shroff Memorial Intercollegiate
Elocution Competition organised by the Forum of Free
Enterprise on 26th January, 2013.
• Umang Khetan and Pinaz Umrigar of TYBMS won “The
Business Case Competition” organized by Internshala
the company POPDS in Noida.
• Pinaz Umrigar and Umang Khetan of TYBMS were
among top 25 finalists won $250 in an International
Business Venture Competition organized by IndiaAfrica: A Shared Future.
• Arpita Bhabera of FYBMS won the first prize for Literary
Arts event in KC College BMS Fest.
• Shrey Gheewala of SYBMS won overall second prize in
“Coloseum” Festival of Mithibai College.
• Shrey Gheewala and Abdul Kadar of SYBMS won the
first prize in Talaash – Jai Hind College Festival.
• Ketki Deshpande of FYBMS won the second prize for
best actress in Talaash– Jai Hind College Festival and
also won a Bronze Medal at University Level
Badminton competition.
BSc. (I.T.) Report 2012‐13
Workshops:
• Organized a full day workshop on Oracle on 24th November 2012 by Red Circle.
• Conducted a Soft Skills Session on 08th, 15th, 22nd, 29th January 2013 by Ms. Amrita Phillips.
• Conducted a Workshop on Robotics and Micro‐Controllers on 11th and 12th January, 2013 by Mr. Siddhartha
Chatterjee from Robotics In.
• Conducted a Full Day Workshop on Google Products on 08thJanuary 2013 by Mr. Altaf Dawoodani from Google.
• Conducted SQL queries to practice session from 09th , 16th, 23th February 2013 by Mr. Dhruv Shah (MSc.IT / Project
Manager at TCS).
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Guest Lectures:
Students' achievements
• Mr. Janam Parikh got selected for internship in Envision Softech Pvt. Ltd. for Social Media Networking and Web
Designer on 28th September 2012.
• Mr. Aadhar Jain got selected for internship in Attano Media Pvt. Ltd. for Gamification and Web Monitoring on 24th
December, 2012.
Report of B.Com (Hons.) Course – 2012-13
The successful students of the batch of 2011-12 were
felicitated and certificates distributed in a function held on
July 28, 2012. The function was presided over by Mr.
Shalin Divatia. There were 24 students from the first batch
who successfully completed the three years Honours
Course. Twenty eight of the 29 students completed the two
year Diploma Course. Office bearers of SVKM, members of
the Alumni Association and parents of the students were
special invitees at the function.
There were 30 student participants in the Honours
Programme for the academic year 2012-13. The four
courses conducted in Year III were
Life Skills – Level 3 – This was the third in the series of
lectures on life skills and business etiquette. The
importance of first impressions, understanding of self and
others through the Johari Window, the different styles of
communication and identifying one's own communication
styles, were some of the topics covered. The two day
workshop was conducted by Training Incorporate.
International Marketing – This was a 36 hour course
conducted by Mr. Harihar Subramaniam, Mr.
Subramaniam has considerable experience in the field of
strategic management, market development, market
intelligence and brand management. These were evident in
the series of lectures that he conducted using various
media- films, documentaries, business article reviews,
discussions and presentations.
Business Management and Entrepreneurship – This was a
certificate course conducted by Ion Education. Topics such
as visualizing and developing business ideas, making
business plans and projections, team building, time
management, managing finance, budgeting, etc. were
covered in this 18 hour course.
Economics – There were two courses in economics. The
first examined the impact of macroeconomic indicators like
inflation, interest rates, fiscal deficit, government
borrowings, FDI, FII, gold and crude prices, etc. in the
economy in general and the financial market in particular.
This was a 9 hour course. The second was a 7 hour course
designed as an introduction to the foreign exchange
markets. Concepts like spot and forward exchange rates
and the factors affecting them, the integration of the foreign
exchange market with the domestic market were taught in
detail. The course was conducted by Ambition Learning
Solutions.
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HSC Vocational Report 2012 2013
Travel and Tourism
to the site of the caves and Stupa, from the village of the
The academic year began with the results of the 2012
same name. After a hot, appetizing, typical Maharashtrian
batch, once again a 100 % result.
breakfast prepared by the locals, they were energized for
the long uphill climb. The sight of the Buddhist Caves was
The travel and tourism course encompasses a wide range
stupefying. Though the stupa is showing signs of wear and
of subjects giving one an overview of Heritage of India,
tear, it was heartening to see that repair work was in
Hotel Management and Business Correspondence, Travel
progress.
Agency Management.
The highlight of the year was the long tour to BhopalAs part of the practice of incorporating learning with
Sanchi-Bhimbhetka-Bhojpur-Panchmarhi-Jabalpur-
practical experience,an essence of vocational education,
Kanha.
the students visited travel agencies, hotels, airport, and
railway station to understand their working. As a part of On
Marketing and Salesmanship
the job training the students worked in hotels like The Lalit,
The marketing and Salesmanship course at HSC
travel agencies like Gem Tours and Travels, and got an
Vocational covers various areas including Marketing and
exposure to the real world.
Sales Management, International Marketing and Foreign
Trade, Agricultural Marketing, Marketing Research,
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On account of World Tourism Day, 27 September, the
Advertising, Business Law, Business Communication and
students arranged a trip to Kondane Caves, Karjat
Financial Accounting. Students were taken to Agriculture
practicing Sustainable tourism. It was an hour long climb
Produce Market Committee [APMC] Vashi, to understand
HSC Vocational students of Travel & tourism at Sanchi Stupa
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the various expect of agricultural and rural marketing. They
Accounting and Auditing
were taken to Apna Bazaar which helped them to
Accounting and Auditing stream of HSC (Vocational)
understand the importance of co-operative societies. They
successfully following the trend of last many years
were also taken to General Post Office (GPO) Fort, to know
obtained 100% result of SYJC students wherein 16
the various facilities and postal services available.
students obtained a distinction.
Mr. Kamlesh, the – CEO of Siya Asset Management
The FYJC students completed their On the job training of 2
Company gave a guest lecture on 'Insurance' which
months each, successfully. Each one made a class
enriched the students with latest happenings in the area of
presentation of their training and also submitted a summer
insurance.
training report.
The students of Marketing and Salesmanship actively
During the academic years the SY students were taken for
participated in 'ADVERTO' an event organized by The
visits to
Advertising and Marketing Circle of Junior College.
i.
Federal Bank, Malad west
ii.
AB Corporation ltd.(manufacturer)
The students were placed for vacation training with various
iii. Acme Housing Pvt. Ltd. Kandivili East
organizations where they worked as a marketing trainee,
sales trainee and management trainee. Vacation training
The FY students had to visit a bank, open an account in the
helped the students to understand how to practically use
bank; collect information of different services rendered by
the theoretical knowledge gained in the class room in the
bank and prepared a Bank Project.
corporate field.
The students of FY, SY and FY B.Com. successfully
organized Orion an association of Accounts & Auditing
holding events of IPL Auction, Treasure Hunt, Cricket
Match and Duska Dum.
The SYJC students went on a visit to Indian Institute of
Jewellery, Mahalaxmi to learn about the working of a small
scale industry, for General Foundation Course.
HSC Vocational students clearing garbage left by tourists on the trip to
Kondane Caves for World Tourism Day
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Library Report 2012-2013
Library modernization•
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During this year, the UGC Network Resource Center
(UGC-NRC) was used by 640 students and faculty
members. The printing facility provided along with
this is also used frequently.
The Wi-Fi facility providing free and seamless access
to internet is being used by 126 teachers and many
students.
The computers, scanner, printer and photocopy
machine in library were often used by teachers to
prepare teaching aids and library staff helped them in
using these instruments whenever required.
Four CCTV cameras were replaced and a DVRis
installed to record the CCTV footages.
Information about library, its services and resources,
along with the access to the Online Public Access
Catalogue (OPAC) are uploaded on the college
website.
A new laser color printer has been installed in library
for printing identity cards and certificates.
and Maharashtra Economic Development Council.
Use of E-journals E-journals databases were used by many students and
teachers, the facility provided by NMIMS University library
to our college library. The details of these e-journals
databases were provided through printed booklets to our
teachers and students. The same details were also emailed to them through their e-mail ids, so that they can
use it directly by clicking on the URLs of these databases.
Besides the subscribed databases EBSCO, PROQUEST, JStore, etc. the details of the free online e-journals
databases like ICAST, DOAJ & Indian Journals were also
provided to the students and teachers. The printed
handouts were also kept at the counter, from where any
student or teacher could collect it. The details about these
databases and some other important websites are made
available on our college website for easy access to our
teachers and students.
Services to students and teachers Stock of LibraryThe Library's Collection is the greatest asset of the college
and highly used for teaching-learning process and to
support the academic and research work of students and
faculty members.
During the academic year 2012-13, 2361 new books
costing Rs. 570106.75 were added to the previous
collection of 59874 gross total number of books. These
include Degree College, BMS, M.Com, BAF, B.Sc. (IT),
Junior College, MCVC and book-bank books on various
subjects. The newly arrived books were promptly displayed
in the book showcases near the library entrance and very
often issued by students. Also, one CD was added to the
previous collection of CDs in the library. We have started
displaying the list of the newly added books on the college
website.
Library subscribed to 94 journals and magazines (89
national & 5 international), out of which one journal was
newly subscribed. We have also subscribed to the
institutional membership of British Council Library,
American Centre Library, Indian Commerce Association
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Every day more than 500 students visit the library for
various purposes like using the reading room, issuing
books, readingjournals, referring to past question papers,
referencing for project work, accessing e-journals, etc. On
an average, 250 books are issueddaily to students and
250 students use the reading room of library for self study.
With the aim of not leaving any student's referencing needs
unattended, the library provides necessary assistance to
the students for accessing information or document of their
choice, by helping to search appropriate material for their
project work on various subjects or topics. The reference
material including books, journal articles, magazine
articles, newspaper clippings, e-journals, internet articles,
etc. are provided through thereference service throughout
the year. Newspaper clippings, lists of books and journal
articles are provided to the teachers, which helps them to
update themselves on the related topics in their subjects.
For effective reference service, the library provides subject
bibliographies and index of the articles published in the
journals subscribed to by the library. This is a useful tool for
searching articles on a particular topic in the journals
available in the library. The e-books are also provided to
students and teachers through e-mail as per their
requirement.
Booklets of past question papers are prepared for all
previous exams of all courses are made availableto
students. Photocopies of latest syllabi and past question
papers arealso provided to the teachers whenever they
require.
An exhibition of material on career guidance was
conducted in the library on 21st and 22nd December, 2012.
In this exhibition, books, periodicals on career guidance,
pamphlets of foreign institutions and lists of various
courses related to commerce and economics were
displayed for students. Many students visited this
exhibition.
The reading lists of books prepared for students proved
very useful to them. We also get help from students to
prepare these lists according to their choice of books.
Besides, the students themselves suggested a reading
list.We have also displayed books near the counter for
students with open access, from where they can select and
immediately issue the books.
Book-Bank Scheme •
In the book-bank scheme, 130 books were issued to
21 students from the Students' Aid Fund.
Services to Ex-students •
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During this year, the certified copies of syllabi were
issued to five students going abroad for further
studies.
During this year, 127 ex-students made a good use of
the comfortable and centrally air-conditioned reading
room of the library for their CA and CS final
examination studies.
Library Committee -
and services. The applications for Book Bank facility
received from the students were scrutinized by the library
committee.
Library Staff achievements –
Mrs. Vaishali Dawar, Librarian
1. Completed the UGC Minor Research Project on
'Children's libraries in Mumbai: a study suggesting a
plan for development of children's libraries'. The
project was submitted to UGC.
2. Attended a National Level Workshop on 'Managing
Digital Objects and Data' organized by SVKM's
NMIMS from 19th to 21stApril, 2012. The resource
persons for the workshop were from Indira Gandhi
Institute of Development Research (IGIDR) and Tata
Consultancy Services (TCS).
3. Attended Special Summer School 2012 conducted by
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the Academic Staff College, Mumbai, from 23 July to
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11 August 2012 at Gogate- Joglekar College,
Ratnagiri.
4. Attended a workshop on 'Academic Performance
Indicators' on 29th October 2012 at J.M. Patel College
of Commerce, Mumbai.
5. Presented a paper in a two-day UGC sponsored
National Conference on “Changing paradigm of
academic libraries in the E-environment” held on 7th&
th
8 January, 2013 at Seva Sadan's College of
Education, Ulhasnagar, Thane. The title of the paper
was “Online Reference Service”.
6. A paper titled “Spirituality at work and sustainable
well- being: A Comparative study of three spiritual
leaders” jointly written by Mrs.Vaishali Dawar& Mrs.
Geeta Desai was presented in Two-Day International
Conference on "Spirituality at Workplace” on 21st
February and 22nd February, 2013 at SVKM's Usha
Pravin Gandhi College of Management.
Mrs. Rutuja Salvi was promoted from the post of Library
Attendant to Junior Library clerk on 20th June, 2012.
The Library Committee meetings are held on first Saturday
of every month in relation to the suggestions dropped by
students in the library suggestion box.
Mrs. Sarika Patil completed one year Bachelor of Library
Science course conducted by YCMOU.
The Library Committee met regularly to convey the
progress of the library andseek suggestions from the
committee members for improvements in library collection
The accomplishments made by the library during the year
would not have been possible without talented and
dedicated library staff that performed their duties with
honesty and enthusiasm.
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Report on Refresher Course
Our College organized a Refresher Course for the ninth time
Research'. Mr. Nikhil Rawal, Executive IMRB focused on
on behalf of University Grant Commission-Academic Staff
'Effective presentation skills' and Prof. Usha Subramiam,
College, University of Mumbai from 8th October, 2012 to
Retired HOD, Department of English, Mithibai College
27th October, 2012. The theme of the refresher course was
addressed participants on Seminar Presentation, Group
'Inclusive Growth: Issues, Opportunities and Challenges'.
Discussions and Book Review skills. Dr. Sushma Podwal,
Dr. Meena Chandawarkar, Honorable Vice Chancellor,
the renowned Librarian of SNDT University taught
Karnataka State Women University inaugurated the
Effective Use of Library for Research.
course. It was a proud moment for NM as she was alumnus
of our college.
A full day Industrial Visit was organized to PMT Machines
Ltd., Pune. The HR department of the company showed
outstanding hospitality. Human Resource Manager of PMT
Machines Ltd. with the aid of power point presentation
explained the background of the company, vision, growth
and its performance. It was followed by visit to the plant.
Industrial visit helped in correlating classroom teaching
with the practical experience.
On 27th October,2012 Valedictory function was organized.
Prof. Sangita Kher, In-Charge Dean NMIMS Anil Surendra
Modi School of Commerce and former Vice-Principal, NM
College was invited as the Chief Guest for the Valedictory
function. Prof. Kher also gave her inputs on Inclusive
L to R: Dr. Shanthi, Director, UGC Academic Staff College, University of
Mumbai; Mr. Shalin Divatia, Incharge of NM College, SVKM; Dr. Meena
Chandawarkar, Hon'ble Vice-Chancellor, Karnataka State Women's
University & Prin. Sunil B Mantri at the inaugural function.
Growth. 29 Teachers from the various colleges of
Maharashtra successfully completed the refresher course.
Learned and experienced Resource Persons were invited
from the stream of finance, banking, accounting and
economics. To name a few Mr. Datar, Executive-IDBI Prof.
M. P. Rege, IES (Gold Medalist) (Retd.),Dr.
Kanagasabapathy, Director, EPW Research Foundation,
Dr. Raghav Narsalay, Executive Accenture, CA Ashu
Suyash, MD & Country Head (India), Fidelity Worldwide
Investment, Mr. Anil R. Menon, Financial Consultant etc.
Most of them focused on Inclusive growth, inclusive
banking and inclusive innovations.
Apart from these sessions, Workshops on areas like
Information Technology and Effective communication were
also conducted. Dr. Kachwala, faculty at NMIMS trained
Teacher Participants on 'Use of Excel effectively for
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Dr. Shanthi, Director, UGC Academic Staff College, University of Mumbai
lighting the lamp along with Dr. Meena Chandawarkar, Hon'ble ViceChancellor, Karnataka State Women's University; Mr. Shalin Divatia,
Incharge of NM college (right), SVKM & Prin. Sunil B Mantri (left)
We, at NM strongly believe that teachers/trainers have a
greater responsibility of continuous learning and trainers
cannot be 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 NM to 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.
Chief Guest Prof. Sangita Kher, In charge Dean, NMIMS School of
Commerce (centre); Dr. Shanthi, Director, UGC Academic Staff College,
University of Mumbai & Prin. Sunil B Mantri at the valedictory function.
Teacher Participants and course coordinator Prof. BK Nair on an Industrial Visit to PMT Machines Ltd., Pune.
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Report of Seminar on “Implications of the
Credit Based Grading System”
A half-day Seminar on “Implications of the Credit Based
emphasized that all regulatory bodies and commissioned
Grading System” was organsied by the IQAC of NM College
dealing with higher education have repeatedly suggested
that the old system of term/annual examination needed to
on Thursday, February 7, 2013.
be substituted by the credit system to bring higher
The seminar was divided into two sessions. In the first
education in India in line with the dominant system in other
session, Dr.Magre, Principal, Kirti College, Mumbai and
leading universities of the world. He said that the new
Dr.Deo, Principal, Gogate Joglekar College, Ratnagiri made
system requires a change in the mindset of teachers and
detailed presentations. Dr. Magre gave an overview of the
comprehensive reforms before it can be meaningfully
CBGS and contrasted it with the old examination system.
implemented.
In his view, the new system reflects a basic change in the
way learning and evaluation are organized. In the old,
These two presentations were followed by a brief question-
familiar system of lectures, students, studies and annual
and-answer session where Dr.Deo responded to many
examination, the focus was on completing the syllabus in
queries and confusions among teacher participants.
each subject through lectures by teachers and then
students were assessed at the end of the term/year through
In the second session, a panel discussion was held on the
a fixed examination system. The new credit based system
CBGS. Participants included Dr.Anuradha Kalhan (Jaihind
is learning and student-centric. In this system, the learning
College), Dr. Madhu Paranjape (General Secretary,
and the assessment are unit-based and involve continuous
BUCTU), Dr. Alka Kanetkar (Mithibai College), Dr.
assessment of the learning at
Rajalakshmy (L S Raheja
the convenience and the pace
College) and two students:
of the learner. The teacher is
Nirali Joshi (N M College) and
now more a facilitator than
Kalindi Kapadia (Mithibai
someone responsible for
College). The discussion was
completing the defined
moderated by Mr.Vrijendra
syllabus. However, the new
(N M College).
system is not a complete
change from the old system
Dr.Anuradha Kalhan talked
because the thrust of the new
about her experiences with
system, world-wide, is choice
the credit-system in the
of courses for the learner that
college, the kind of difficulties
the system introduced in the
University of Mumbai for its
undergraduate courses does
IQAC members: From left to right: Prof. Chitra Thomas, Prof. Amee
Vora, Prof. Shephali Kamdar, Prof. Sneh Choithani, Prof. Vijayshree
Anand, Prof. Vrijendra and Prof. Nirmala Chavan
not yet provide.
it posed for teachers in terms
of lack of teaching time, too
much assessment, the
problem of selecting relevant
topics for projects/assignment given the large, almost
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Dr. Deo talked about the context of administrative and
unmanageable number of students in each class and other
examination reforms in higher education initiated by the
infrastructure issues. Dr. Madhu Paranjape talked about
UGC in 2008 in the country within which the CBGS was
how the new system so overwhelmed the teachers that
introduced in the University of Mumbai in 2011. He
they could no longer focus on anything innovative and, for
working students, the new system made so many demands
Students focused on how the new system made certain
on their time and resources that many of them would be
promises regarding choice and continuous assessment but
shunted out of the regular colleges to the distance
how there was no clarity on many aspects. While it made
education. She also mentioned how the specific
them attend lectures more regularly, it did not offer them
formulation of the system in colleges affiliated to the
the choices that the similar system elsewhere offers. There
University of Mumbai (the respective weightages of
is a lot of redundancy in the system; it makes enormous
Internal assessment: 40 and external assessment: 60) was
demand on their time but there is, as yet, no sign of any
cumbersome and needed to be revised to make it more
qualitative improvement in their learning. They felt that
conducive to the realities of our colleges, students and
while they appreciated the need to change the education
other constraints. Dr. Alka Kanetkar focused on how the
system with the times, they are not happy with its
new system made very serious demands on the
piecemeal pick-and-choose approach.
examination committee, how it had to schedule one exam
after another all the time; how there is as yet no clarity on
These presentations were followed by active participation
many aspects of evaluation, eligibility, marks for NSS,NCC,
by the audience in the subsequent discussion. At the end of
extra-curricular activities and so on; how the new pattern
the discussion, there was a consensus that four key aspects
posed specific difficulties for the Science faculty because
of the new system need to be carefully worked out and
many students who take admission in first year also apply
coordinated for the CBGS to be a meaningful and a better
to professional courses and their schedule of admission
system: in areas of infrastructure, workload, syllabi and
disrupts the scheduling of semester based admission and
teacher-student ratio.
examinations.
Panel Discussion
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Report on Economics Symposium
The Economics Department of the Junior College
contribution of women towards the mitigation of the
organized a Symposium for teachers of Mumbai colleges,
same.Many participants were moved by the inspiring tales
convened by the Vice Principal, Prof. Ms. Suman Rao, on 9
of the achievements of down-trodden women in this
February 2013.The topic of the Symposium was 'Current
regard.
Economic Scenario: Some Issues'. The eminent speakers
on the panel and the topics of current significance they
Dr. Radhakrishnan Pillai acquainted the participants with
spoke on were:
the nature of the writings of Kautilya or Chanakya. He
brought out the emphasis in Chanakya's writings on the
1.
Dr. A. Nadkarni, Mumbai University: 'India's
need for economic self sufficiency of a human being so that
Exchange-rate and Balance of Payments: Some
he/she could have space for spiritual development.
Issues'
Chanakya has prioritized the spiritual growth of Man, and
shown how economic growth can be achieved as an
2.
Dr. Vibhuti Patel, S.N.D.T. University: 'Political
enabling, though subservient goal. He stressed the need
Economy of Gender and Climate Change'
for nationalistic pride and pride in one's culture, with the
rider that one could always adopt good characteristics from
3.
Dr. Radhakrishnan Pillai, Mumbai University:
others. He also elaborated on the teachers' role in serving
'Relevance of Chanakya's Economic Ideas to the
as role models through the living of an exemplary life, such
Modern Era'
that could inspire the next generation, which is increasingly
being starved in this respect.
Dr. A. Nadkarni explained many concepts relating to
'exchange rate' and 'policy of exchange-rate management'.
The speakers' presentations and the discussion which
His exposition gave an insight into the crux and real nature
followed among the participants took on a multi
of the balance of payments problem in India today. He
disciplinar y approach.The participants gave a
discussed the composition of imports and the ratio of
congratulatory and highly laudatory feedback, asking for
imports to various other parameters such as tradeable
such excellent initiatives to be continued every year. They
exports, services, loans and so on. His exposition was
were particularly pleased to have been taken to a level
highly intellectually stimulating.
beyond the scope of the syllabus and to have been given
exposure to diverse topics by experts in their respective
Dr. Vibhuti Patel (who also chaired the discussion session),
spoke with passion about the greater vulnerability of
women in times of environmental disasters and the
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fields.
Workshop Conducted by
English Department of Junior College
The English Department of junior college conducted a
from junior colleges in Mumbai participated in the
workshop on 12th October, 2012 on the revised syllabus
workshop.
of Std. XI English Coursebook. It facilitated an open
discussion on the contents of the new coursebook, the
Mrs. Meenal Deshmukh began the session by welcoming
revised format of the question paper and the pattern of
the guests and explaining the format of the workshop. Miss
evaluation. Miss Shailaja Mulay, the coordinator of the new
Shailaja Mulay elaborated on the need for the revised
Yuvakbharati Coursebook was invited to guide the session
curriculum. The format of the question paper was
along with Miss D. S. Sreedevi of IIT Junior College, and
discussed by Miss D. S. Sreedevi. Miss Papia Guha guided
Miss Papia Guha of Khalsa College. Around forty teachers
the group discussion on the contents of the textbook in the
second session.
The Vice Principal of the Junior College, Mrs. Suman Rao,
and the Supervisor, Mr. Chetan Gherwada visited the
workshop briefly to encourage the teachers.
The session ended with a vote of thanks by Mrs. Sonal
Trivedi. The participants gave a very positive feedback and
called it a very rewarding experience.
Ms. Shailaja Mulay being felicitated
Vice Principal Mrs. Suman Rao and the teachers during the workshop
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Report of Workshop on “Women and Children:
The Silent Scream Zone…
Addressing Socio-economic and Legal Issues”
The Economics Department, Junior College conducted a
workshop on 18 March 2013, convened by the Vice
Principal, Ms. Suman Rao. The title of the workshop was
“Women and Children: The Silent Scream Zone…
Addressing Socio-economic and Legal Issues”. This
workshop involved group activity meant to sensitize
teachers and to provoke them to delve deeper into
problems of women and children, especially the ones poor
and underprivileged. The participants consisted of
teachers from N.M. College and other schools and
colleges, both Junior and Degree sections.
The first resource person, Ms. Sonal Shukla, an esteemed
and senior writer, researcher and activist in women's
rights, spoke on “Violence on Women: A Historical
Gender Perspective”. She spoke on the turning points in
history which altered the social perception on women's
rights. She touched upon theevil practices of Sati, widow
ill-treatment, and child marriage. She revealed the
extraordinarily dogmatic stand taken by some much
respected religious leaders and national statesmen vis a`
vis reform measures.She conducted an interesting exercise
which highlighted the painful choices a poor woman has to
make; it also made the participants think creatively on the
ways and means to increase incomes and reduce
expenditures of a poor family. Interestingly, all advised the
burden of a proactive and nearly heroic approach,to be
taken by the wife; the husband and children were simply
assumed to be in greater need.
The second resource person, Ms. Anjali Gokarn, a
luminary in the field of social work for children, spoke on
“Issues of Underprivileged Children: Role of State and
Citizens”. She gave much practical advice on how an
observed problem of a child in distress ought to be
approached, with the involvement of state institutions,
helplines and NGO's.She engaged the participants' groups
in a discussion on case studies of children in various forms
of distress. It materialized that after her lecture, the actions
that needed to be taken on each case was pretty apparent
to the participants. She also spoke on adoption in good
families as the complete solution for the problem of
distress, abandonment, destitution and so on. She
explained the legislations that provided for adoption. She
also gave minute but significant advice on how adopted
children ought to be handled by foster parents.
Intent 2012 - Business Plan Competition
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 Finals were conducted on 31st September 2012. The
esteemed panel of judges included Mr. Rajan Agarwal,
C.A., Mr. Bankim Chandra Shah, a banker, Mr. Anand
Dorairaj, C.A., Mr. Hetal Gandhi, an entrepreneur and Mr.
Deepak Ladha, a financial advisor.
The Competition was conducted in two phases.Phase-I
included registration and submission of the abstract of
business proposals not exceeding 500 words. Total 63
applications were received by 14th July 2012. Out of the
63 applications, 24 were short listed for Phase II.
The First Place was won by the “Fire Ball” Project by –
TYBMS students Sanika Janwalijkar, Arjun Kainya and
Bhavik Chenai. The Second Place was won by “Mobile
Sanitizer” Project by TYBCom student Raghav Jain.The
Third Place was shared by “Rural Tourism” Project by
SYBCom student Anupama Sharma and “Waste Tyre
Recycling” Project by TYBMS student Pragnesh Navadia.
The Prizes for the winners include trophies and cash
awarded on the College Annual Day as First PlaceRs.25,000/-, Second Place- Rs.15,000/-, Third PlaceRs.10,000/- .
Phase-II involved submission of detailed Business Plan
covering the Product/Service, Feasibility Study, Marketing,
Finance and other aspects of funding the business. Out of
the 24 shortlisted, 21 applications were received in PhaseII by 24th August 2012.
The semifinals, judged by a team of NM faculty members
headed by Mr. B K Nair, were conducted on 29th and 30th
September 2012 and 9 applications were selected for the
Finals.
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The Judges applauded the research done by the
participants and their sincere efforts in making the
presentation. They suggested the competition be held
annually to maintain the momentum and enthusiasm of
the students and foster better business ideas.
2012
Theme: The Mariner's Saga
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 plethora of
events but also focused on doing its bit for a better
tomorrow.
Motto: Reach for Moo-re…
Mission: To enthuse and activate the youth of India and the
rest of the world through limitless creativity.
Pre-Umang Highlights:
Crazy Legs:
The well-known B-Boy from New York, Crazy Legs, as a
part of his India tour, conducted a Workshop. Not only did
he speak about his life and the importance of dance but
also thought the dance enthusiasts gathered there some of
his moves.
Umang App:
Umang can now boast of being the first college festival to
have its very own App, NM UMANG.
Social Cause:
Along with its social initiative partner, Make a Difference,
Umang organized a Cyclothon on the 12th 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.
PROshows:
Indian Music Fest:
This provides a platform for professional local bands to
showcase their talent and have their hour of fame. This
year we had Hoodwink Circle, The Lightyears Explode,
Paradigm Shift and Spud in the Box playing at Umang.
PROexhibit:
There was a display of miniature vintage cars by Maisto
this year in college which drew a lot of eyeballs.
PROnites:
While one of the biggest names in the DJ scene in India,
Nawed Khan opened for the Submerge Nite, it was
followed by the biggest Indian Fusion Groups and DJ duo
Midival Punditz. DJ Nikhil Chinapa then went on to
introduce the crowd to Electronic Dance Music for the first
time which experienced a great reception.
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The 3 day ended with foot-tapping to the voice of the
Ishaqzaade and Nagada singer, Javed Ali. His extremely
interactive PROnite enraptured the audience and none of
the 2000 gathered there left without praises for Umang.
Workshops:
Workshops this year witnessed many eminent
personalities who came forward to interact with the
audience and share their experiences. We had Padmashri
and Padma Bhushan recipeint Shyam Benegal and Anurag
Basu as well as the renowned author Amish Tripathi for
Retrospectrum.
Fine Arts:
This years exhibit themed 'Memoirs in Footstones' basically
depicted the emotions and human stories that went in to
creating every heritage, tales of hope, love, peace and
revenge. It was inaugurated by Ragini Khanna of the
Sasural Genda Phool fame.
Sans Frontiéres:
SF this year featured interviews of the Iktaaa singer Kavita
Seth, stand-up comedian Ashish Shaakya and Crazy legs
as well as projected success stories of people who were
brave enough to take up challenging and vague careers.
Umang Book:
Literary Arts, this year, compiled 20 best short stories
which they roped in from various collegians later published
by Leadstart Publishing.
Events:
Umang this year introduced a plethora of new events.
Robowars and UV Table Tennis kept the Gaming
enthusiasts engaged. Social Leadership Hunt was the
search for a youth leader who could prepare a roadmap to
tackle the grim problems assailing us. Poleconomy was a
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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 drew large 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.
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Thus with a host of new and innovative events,
breakthrough concepts introduced and a footfall of
50,000, Umang '12 set a benchmark for the years to
come. N.M. emerged as the winner this year while Pravin
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Gandhi College of Law and R.N. Podar bagged the 2 and
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3 prize respectively. The efforts put in by 500 organizers
definitely paid off as Umang' 12 ended on a high note on
the 22nd of August.
National Service Scheme
Degree College
TEACHERS IN CHARGE: Mrs. Savita Desai, Mrs. Vandana
Mishra and Mr. Kedar Bhide
SECRETARY: Naman Nuwal
JOINT SECRETARY: Nipun Daga
TREASURER: Ronak Bhatia
SENIOR COMMITTEE MEMBERS: Naman Nuwal, Nipun
Daga, Sudeep Mukherji, Virag Donda, Jeel Sarvaiya, Niyati
Vaidya, Sanika Jain, Aastha Jain, Shrushti Gohel, Pratik
Kachare, Ronak Bhatia
JUNIOR COMMITTEE MEMBERS: Naomi Ganjoo, Mansi
Shah, Priyanka Swaminathan, Devesh Kabra, Aditya
Menon, Meet Shah, Pranav Kakad
National Service Scheme has given us a platform with
abundant opportunities for social service, making us
socially sensitive and responsive to the needs and welfare
of others benefitting from our actions and talents. We
showcase and perform a pool of activities and programmes
for the upliftment and amelioration of various sections of
the society to create a niche of responsible citizens of this
highly diverse nation. Last year, NMNSS ventured into a
new territory and published its first magazine- Melange
conveying the thoughts of NSSites through words. Also this
year, NMNSS got a face in the form of adorable DWIL who
carries the NM NSS message “Thoda sa Dil Thodi si Will".
We commenced the activities of NSS with the extensive
enrolment procedure in the month of June 2012 creating
member strength of 100 volunteers for the academic year
2012-13.
• From 17th July 2012 to 1st August 2012 NM NSS
organised the Rakhi Selling event in association with
Valabhdas Dagara Indian Society for M.R. (VDI),
National Association for the Blind, India (NAB), Sanisa
(Tribal Women). Articles sold included attractive
rakhis, key chains, earrings, flower sticks, chocolates,
anklets and friendship bands. A total of 3,122 rakhis
and 1,915 other articles were sold collecting an
impressive and encouraging amount of Rs 63,608. We
were also felicitated with the award for highest sales
amongst colleges.
• The second event which was consequential after the
rakhi selling event and prior to the festival of
Rakshabandhan was the Rakshabandhan Celebration
at the Juhu Police station on 1st August. To inculcate
the feeling of brotherhood and oneness we decided to
send 5 to 6 girls from the NM NSS unit to tie rakhis to
the policemen at Juhu Police Station. The Indian
culture at its apogee witnessed girls tying colorful
rakhis with complete traditions and customs
• The third event was the orientation for the new
volunteers that took place on 3rd August. The
orientation event was graced by our Principal Prof.
Sunil Mantri, Vice Principals and Program Officers. All
volunteers were introduced to the committee and were
briefed on what NM NSS stands for, the work we
execute and the planning and dedication that goes
behind the results
'Legal Rights of women' by Lawyer Mr. Gandhi
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• On 6 August i.e. Hiroshima Day, the NSS volunteers
participated in a Peace Rally from Azad Maidan to
Hutatma Chowk
• Over a period of two days i.e.12th and 13th August, NM
NSS sold 1500 national flags from the Hi-Tech Family
Enrichment Foundation, individually handcrafted by
differently abled children and collected Rs. 3750 for
them
• On 15th August, 2012, we bifurcated our volunteers
and committee into two distinct groups, one going to
the University Independence day function at Kalina,
Santacruz (east) while the other staying back at college
for hoisting the Tricolor
• The Blood Donation Drive in association with Lions
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Club and Think Foundation was on 7 and 8 of
September, was one of the major and the most crucial
event of NM NSS. JJ Mahanagar was the blood bank
which helped us and cooperated in collecting 528
bottles of blood, saving up to 1,584 lives .Along with it,
we also managed to get 99 Platelet, 258 Organ, 217
Eye donation registrations. We also organised free
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Gender Sensitization by Ms. Daiwashala,a Social Activist
thalassemia check up for everyone
• NM NSS volunteers attended a 5 day residential
Leadership Camp conducted by the University of
Mumbai. One of our volunteers was also a member of a
group which was awarded the best group award
• We organized poster making competition on drug
addiction, women empowerment and energy
conservation as part of NSS publicity week
• On 5th September, 2012, Teacher's Day was celebrated
in college, thanking our lovely teachers for their
guidance and selfless support
• SPI (Student Police Interaction) is an event where the
Mumbai Police and students of NSS join hands for a
smooth Ganesh Visarjan at Juhu Beach. This year, the
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event was held across two days i.e, 25 and 29 of
August
• NM NSS participated in Street play and Poster making
on the theme Meri Beti Pyaari Beti, an inter-collegiate
festival held at M.L.Dhanukar College
• On 28th September 2012, NMNSS supported and
helped in an ENT Check up for senior citizens which
was organised by Lions Club
• NM NSS also organised a trip to a local orphanage
YMCA to conduct educational activities for the children
there
• Carter Road is a place where normally people go to
have a leisure time. But we at NMNSS believe in leisure
with development. Every morning there are students
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from the nearby slum locality who come to study at this
place. NMNSS volunteers have been regularly visiting
and teaching these kids from 7am to 10 am
NMNSS Camp for the year 2012 came up in the form of
non-residential for the first time. The NSS-Camp unit
was given a responsibility to plant coconut trees all over
the periphery of Kalina University at Santacruz,
Mumbai.
NSS this year has taken up Autism as their area project
and would like to take this initiative in making a small
difference to a child's life that needs much more. We
are now associated with Kushi and Ashiyana,
organizations which work for the development of such
Autistic kids.
NM NSS has conducted a demonstrative workshop,
the agenda being Self Defence for Girls with the help of
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Rotary Club and NGO Justice for Women on 19
January 2013
NM NSS also organised a District Level Seminar on 8th
and 9th February on women empowerment. The
seminar was named 'Sridusha' and was attended by
approximately 25 colleges. Different aspects were
covered like Legal Rights of women, Health and
Gynaecological aspects, Gender Sensitization, Self
Defence Techniques, self-financing activities etc. The
participants were asked to conduct survey amongst 20
female and 20 male students from their college to find
out the problems faced by students and who would
they prefer to seek help from when they are in trouble,
what is the attitude of male students towards the
problems and injustice faced by females in general.
The participants of 5 colleges were given opportunity to
present the finding of their survey. They were felicitated
by NSS District Coordinator Mr.Sushil Shinde who
graced the last session of presentation. The seminar
was concluded with vote of thanks and a touching song
'Ragini ko Dhundhate Hue' guided by Mr. Sushil
Shinde.
NSS Dist-Coordinator Mr.Sushil Shinde facilitates participants
presenting the findings of Survey relating to Women Empwerment
Rotaract Club of N.M.College
Teacher-In-Charge:
Secretary:
day followed by weekly/monthly quizzes, online
Prof. Amee Vora
Rtr. Shikha Dodhia
debates, Opinion polls, etc.
Prof. Supriya Wadia
Joint Secretary:
President:
Rtr. Ruta Mehta
Rtr. Yash Doshi
1) Hand to teach: This is a stationery donation drive that
was conducted in 7 different schools for 7 days.
Treasurer:
Vice-President:
August 2012
Rtr. Prerak Shah
Rtr. Harsh Tanna
Stationery collected was donated in different
orphanages like Abundant Life Ministries, Shishu
Bhavan, etc.
Rtr. Siddharth Kewalramani
Rtr. Jaziba Bachh
Rtr. Hardik Nagar
2) Say NO to plastic: This was a paper bag making
session done in 3 schools of 3 different areas. We
made around 2000 bags.
Activity Report:
3) Lights. Camera. RCNM. – Be the difference: The
RCNM Editorial team started a blog with various
July 2012
sections..
1) Cheers: It is our yearly magazine where we have
celebrated the joy of experiencing today with the
theme 'CHEERS TO TODAY'.
4) Membership drive & 'Insight': The membership drive
was conducted in order to recruit members. 'Insight',
an annual bulletin, explains all the applicants the
2) Heritage: RCNM took the initiative to publicize the
various avenues, job profiles and qualities needed for
issue of maintaining the heritage sites of Mumbai,
each avenue. The Bulletin also contains a membership
which was done by surveying the streets of Bandra.
form. Form submission is followed by interviews of
prospective members.
3) Handful of Grains: RCNM supported the pantry
facilities in an orphanage, old age homes and also
homeless people. RCNM-ites went to various societies
all over Mumbai and collected grains from each
household. A total of 235 kg of grains were donated.
4) Vote of thanks: We thanked each RCNMite's parents
for endlessly and unconditionally supporting and
loving us, by giving a handwritten thank you letter.
5) RCNM's News Hour: A Web communications team
initiative where we updated the top headlines for the
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September 2012
1) Orientation: An orientation session was organized for
the newly recruited members in order to orient them
about the activities, projects and working of RCNM.
2) You are Here: An in-house bulletin which is used to
acquaint the members of the different things in
Rotaract and RCNM.
3) Literatti: An event which tested the participants on
their writing, speaking, logic and general knowledge
with a blend of fun.
carried on since the past 7 years. Team RCNM went to
the Juhu beach Ganesh Visarjan for cleaning of the
4) Community Service Week:
A week dedicated to
beach. The beach was littered with debris, garlands
community service projects in 6 days in order to make
and other things. A team of 140 rotaractors collected
a difference and spread a smile in the society. The
around 300kgs of waste.
projects were as follows• Sadrakshanay: A self-defense workshop to train
the girls on the basics of self defence in a girls
orphanage. The age group of girls was between 418years.
• Life is Beautiful: A visit to the institute of Deaf and
Dumb was organized in order to entertain them
and make them feel special. .
• Best out of Waste: The kids in an orphanage were
taught how to make a pencil-stand with the help of
waste products.
• Grandship Day: This was a visit to an old age home
wherein we played cricket with the senior citizens,
sang songs and also had a mimicry competition
which made them feel special.
• Life via Nature: In this project we went to a nature
ride at KeshavShrusti in order to know more about
our nature and feel the beauty of our nature.
• Dance with Joy: A dance workshop for the kids of
orphanage of age group 6-10 years.
5) Deva-E Ganesha: A project where we spread a
message of Eco-friendly Ganeshas. An eco-friendly
Ganesha making competition was organized where the
participants used dough, coconut, wood, clay, paper,
October 2012
1) PR for ABCD: In order to spread a message of Ecofriendly Ganpatis and the mess created after the
visarjan, our PR team was successful in getting
the following for our event ABCD:
• 2 Pre-articles in Newspaper namely- Times of
India(online) and Navbharat Times.
• 7 News Channel on the day- TV9, Sahara Samay, Live
India, Channel One, Zee News, IBN Lokmat, News
Express.
• 4 post articles in newspaper- Hindustan Times,
Navbharat Times, Mumbai Mitra and Gujarat Mitra.
etc.
6) Again Beach Cleaning Drive (ABCD): A legacy project
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2) Diwali Wahi Soch Nayi: RCNM came together in
strength of approx. 100 to perform in a street play,
a career guidance to the BMC students keeping in view
of their finanacial conditions.
5) And So They Said: Write ups were invited, inspired by
3 quotes among college students and all Rotaract
Clubs.
Flash mob and human poster chain to remind the
masses about the true ethos of the festival- DIWALI.
3) You Decide: An ongoing initiative by Digital
Communications team wherein people have to give
their poll on the controversies. Every month there is a
debatable topic where people have to give their views
and at the end of the month according to the feedbacks
the solution is decided.
4) Chakachak: A railway station cleaning drive was
conducted all over Mumbai. It was a joint project
between 9 Rotaract clubs.
5) Through My Eyes: A photography competition which
included capturing any social cause or a social issue
6) Visit to RBI: A visit to Reserve Bank of India, Fort.
November 2012
1) World Daughter's Day+ World Anti-suicide day +
World Peace Day: 2 flashmobs at Phoenix Mills were
orgaized to spread a message of importance of these
days. This was done with the help of a girl's orphanage
and a dance institute named 'Sharp Shooters.'
2) Shiksha Launch: Inaugration of a yearlong project
'Shiksha' of all clubs of Zone 1B of teaching
underprivileged kids every week.
3) Rude Box: A fitness workshop was conducted in
college by fitness experts of an institute named RUDE
BOX.
December 2012
1) Flying Fantasies: To help the underprivileged, with the
dream of flying including slum-kids, college peons,
non-teaching staff, orphans, etc. RCNM got the
controls of aircraft virtually, to fill crowd's fantasies
related to aviation in just an hour with negligible cost,
to spread awareness for Aviation, to celebrate the
World Aviation Day in memories of great Aviators like
Capt. Rajeev Gandhi and also to involve the crowd in
knowing about the facts about aircrafts and to let
people feel the real bliss of flying an aircraft.
2) Challeneged: This was a joint bulletin between the
Rotaract club of N.M College and Rotaract Club of Jai
Hind College. The bulletin covered the problems of the
specially-abled, and their status in society
3) Just A Minute: The panelists had to talk for 60seconds
without repetition, hesitation or deviation. It was held
specially only for Jamnabai Narsee School's Interact
Club. JAM Master Ms.Hana Masood was called upon
to judge the event.
4) Seven: This was a joint project between Rotaract Club
of N.M College and Rotaract of Bombay Uptown
wherein depending upon different themes, 35
concepts were distributed in 7 days. These top 7 lists
were released online.
4) Crafting Futures: This project was basically to provide
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January 2013
1) Gad-get-know-logy: We aimed at sharing the Techknowledge and the technical know-how of the
Gadgets by compiling different events related to
gadgets, learning along with some entertainment. To
involve the On-line crowd too, we shared Gadgets
through online means. To generate awareness about
importance, uses, merits and demerits of Technology
& to create a Tech-buzz all around, we came up with
this project.
2) Rotostrike: An Action-oriented Counter Strike Cyber
Game (CS 1.6) was held at LAN Server & Gaming
Console (LSG Cyber-gaming zone: our Yearlong Cyber
sponsor).
3) Paralympics: To inculcate the value and provide to
equal importance to the physically disabled and
mentally challenged people in the society, different
type of sports and events were organized for them.
4) Tele Talk: The Rotaract Clubs of H.R.College, NM
College, Thane Central and UPG College decided to
celebrate World Television day at Tele Talk, in order to
bring the different genres of television shows under one
roof.
February 2013
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1) Rotofest' 2012-13: In its 8 year, with the theme
'Aquarela Do Brazil', it was a grand success. This year
the aim was to spread the Rotofest all across the city
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by having different events at different places in
Mumbai. The events that took place in these two days
were as follows:
Super Kid: A talent show for the underprivileged kids.
Color for a Cause: A paper bags painting competition
organised for the school children.
Amazing Race: The event on the lines of treasure hunt
took place in various parts of the suburbs.
Scavenger Hunt: It was an event wherein the teams
had to get a specified list of things in a stipulated
amount of time.
Art De Ariea: A sand art competition where each team
was allotted a social issue and they had to depict it on
sand.
It's Time To Think: A management game testing the
management and organisational skills of the
participants.
International Namaste: Each team was given a
Brazilian song and they had to perform an Indian
dance.
Twist It: An event with our parent Rotary and Interact
Club.
2) Book binding: An ongoing project where books
collected are donated to our Rotaract District 3140 for
one of theirs project called Granthalaya wherein they
construct a library for a BMC school. Till date we had
already collected around 3000 books.
3) Moving Library: RCNM has come up with a moving
library wherein a person can take any novel from the
books available from us to read at a certain deposit and
return it once he/she has finished the reading of the
same.
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Gymkhana Report – 2012-13
Degree College
ATHLETICS
1. Hemant Nagda (FYBCom) won the Silver Medal in
110 Meters Hurdles at the Intercollegiate Athletics
Meet- 2012-13, held at Sports Authority of India (SAI)
Ground, Kandivali.
13,held at Sports Pavilion, Marine Lines.
BASKETBALL
1. N.M. College Basketball (Mens) Team participated at
the Intercollegiate Basketball Tournament- 2012-13,
held at Mastang YMCA, Nagpada.
2. Omkar Kamat and Chintan Patel (TYBCom)
participated in 100 Meters at the Intercollegiate
Athletics Meet- 2012-13, held at Sports Authority of
India (SAI) Ground, Kandivali.
2. N.M. College Basketball (Women) Team participated
at the Intercollegiate Basketball Tournament - 201213, held at Ruparel College, Matunga.
BADMINTON
CHESS
1. N.M. College Women's Badminton Team won the
Bronze medal at the Intercollegiate Badminton
Tournament- 2012-13, held at Sports Pavilion, Marine
Lines. The team:
i Samannaaz Irani- TYBCom
ii Apeksha Girap- SYBCom
iii Ami Sheth- FYBCom
iv Ketaki Deshpande- FYBMS
1. N.M. College Chess team secured 5th position at the
Intercollegiate Chess Tournament 2012-13, held at
Valia College. The team comprised of:
i Aditya Udeshi- SYBCom
ii Shilpi Jain- TYBCom
iii Dhruv Parekh- FYBAF
iv Ajay Beradia- TYBCom
v Shivaram Rege- SYBCom
vi Ruchi Pincha- FYBCom
2. Apeksha Girap (SYBCom) secured the Runners- up
position in the Women's Singles and Doubles category
at the Mumbai Suburban District Badminton
Championship, 2012.
2. Shilpi Jain (TYBCom) won the Gold Medal at the
Intercollegiate Women Chess Tournament 2012-13,
held at Dhanukar College.
3. Apeksha Girap (SYBCom) was selected to represent
the University of Mumbai Badminton (Women) Team.
4. N.M. College Men's Badminton Team participated at
the Intercollegiate Badminton Tournament- 2012-
3. Ruchi Pincha (FYBCom) secured 4th position at the
Intercollegiate Women Chess Tournament 2012-13,
held at Dahanukar College.
4. Shilpi Jain (TYBCom) and Ruchi Pincha (FYBCom)
were selected to represent the University of Mumbai
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Chess Team.
5. Aditya Udeshi (SYBCom)
• Won the 1st place at the University of Mumbai Chess
team selection trail.
• Was selected to represent the University of
Mumbai Chess Team.
• Participated in the National Junior Championship
2012 held at Ajmer, Rajasthan.
• Secured 10th position in the Nagpur Improvement
Trust International GM Open Chess Tournament
2012 held at Nagpur, Maharashtra.
• Participated in the Fujairah Masters Open Chess
Tournament, 2012 held at Dubai.
• Participated in the 7th Delhi International Chess
Festival, 2012 held at New Delhi.
CARROM
N.M. College Carrom (Men & Women) team participated
at the Intercollegiate Carrom Tournament 2012-13, held
at K.G. Mittal College, Malad (W).
FOOTBALL
N.M. College Men Football team reaches in the
Quarterfinals (Last 8) in the group stage matches at the
Intercollegiate Football Tournament- 2012-13 held at
Thakur College, Kandivali and Sports Pavilion.
CRICKET
N.M. College Cricket Team participated at the
Intercollegiate Cricket Tournament- 2012-13, held at Azad
Maidan.
SWIMMING
1. Akash Singhal (FYBAF) participated at the
Intercollegiate Swimming Tournament 2012-13, held
at P.M. Hindu Swimming Bath, Charni Road.
2. Kriti Agarwal (FYBAF) secured the 6th position in
Women's 50-M Freestyle event at the Intercollegiate
Swimming Tournament 2012-13, held at P.M. Hindu
Swimming Bath, Charni Road.
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SQUASH RACKET
1. N.M. College Squash racket (Men and Women) Team
participated at the Intercollegiate Squash Racket
Tournament- 2012-13, held at Bombay Gymkhana.
2. Ankita Sharma (SYBCom)
• Won the Gold medal at the Intercollegiate Squash
Racket Tournament – 2012-13 held at Bombay
Gymkhana.
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• Secured 4 position at Milo All Star Squash
Tournament, held at Kualalumpur, Malaysia.
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• Secured 7 position at Asian Juniors Squash
Championship, held at Kish Island, Iran.
TABLE TENNIS
1. N.M. College Women's Table Tennis Team won the
Silver medal at the Intercollegiate Table Tennis
Tournament- 2012-13, held at Sports Pavilion, Marine
Lines. The team:
i Zeenia Dastoor - SYBCom
ii Nirali Gandhi - SYBCom
iii Sakshi Shetty - FYBCom
5. Zeenia Dastoor (SYBCom) and Sakshi Shetty
(FYBCom) have been selected to represent the
University of Mumbai Women's Table Tennis team.
6. Hardik Shah (SYBCom) reachedthe Quarterfinals at
the 16thChoonilal Girdharlal Memorial Intercollegiate
Tournament.
7. Sakshi Shetty (FYBCom) reached the Semifinals at the
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16 Choonilal Girdharlal Memorial Intercollegiate
Tournament.
8. Kushal Shah (FYBCom) participated at the 16th
Choonilal Girdharlal Memorial Intercollegiate
Tournament.
TENNIS
1. Nikunj Mehta (SYBCom) and Sanjeet Dhuri (TYBCom)
reached the Semifinals in Men's Doubles at the
Intercollegiate Tennis Tournament held at University
Tennis Court, Kalina campus.
2. Aditya Shah (FYBCom) and Megh Shah (TYBCom)
reached the Quarterfinals in Men's Doubles at the
Intercollegiate Tennis Tournament held at University
Tennis Court, Kalina campus.
3. Nikunj Mehta (SYBCom) reached the Quarterfinals in
Men's Singles at the Intercollegiate Tennis
Tournamentheld at University Tennis Court, Kalina
campus.
4. Nidhi Singhania (FYBCom) and Tapasya Pandey
(FYBCom) participated at the Intercollegiate Tennis
heldat University Tennis Court, Kalina campus.
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2. N.M. College Men's Table Tennis Team secured the 5
position at the Intercollegiate Badminton Tournament2012-13, held at Sports Pavilion, Marine Lines. The
team:
i Sagar Shah- TYBCom
ii Hardik Shah- SYBCom
iii Dipen Tolia- TYBCom
iv Manan Bang- TYBCom
v Abhaycharan Maheshwari- TYBCom
VOLLEYBALL
1. N.M. College Volleyball (Men) Team participated at the
Intercollegiate Volleyball Tournament- 2012-13, held
at KES Shroff College, Kandivali.
3. Sagar Shah (TYBCom) has represented the University
of Mumbai Men's Table Tennis team and won the
Bronze Medal at the All India Inter-University
Tournament 2012-13, held at New Delhi.
4. Sagar Shah (TYBCom) has represented the University
of Mumbai Men's Table Tennis team and won the Gold
Medal at the West Zone Inter-University Tournament
2012-13, held at Baroda, Gujarat
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ANNUAL SPORTS DAY 'BE A SPORT'
The Gymkhana of N.M. College organized its Annual Sports meet 'Be a Sport' on 20th and 21st December, 2012. Around
600 students participated at various events such as Chess, Carrom, Table Tennis, Box Cricket, Football, Throwball,
Volleyball, Basketball and Shot put. The staff felicitated the winners of all these games.
Gymkhana Report – 2012-13
Junior College
ATHLETICS
GYMNASTICS
1. Hardik Shah (FYJC)
• Gold Medal In High Jump in District Association
• Silver Medal in Log Jump in District Association.
• Third Place in Long Jump in DSO District level.
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• 2 Place in High Jump at DSO State level.
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• 3 Place in High Jump at DSO State level held at
Jalana.
1. Vaibhav Shah (SYJC)
• Won the Gold medal at the DSO District Level
Competition held at SAI, Kandivli.
• Won the Gold medal at the DSO divisional level
Competition and selected for the DSO State level.
• Won the team Gold Medal at DSO State level held at
Nashik.
• Participated at the Federation state level held at
Pune.
• Participated in the Senior National Championship
held at Patiala.
• Won the Gold Medal at the DSO Nationals held at
Pune.
BADMINTON
1. Vibhuti Agarwal (FYJC) was selected for selection trial
for DSO State level.
CHESS
1. Devika Kelkar (FYJC) secured 1st position in DSO
Divisional level and participated at the DSO State level
FENCING
1. Mihir Joshi (SYJC- MCVC)
• Won the Silver and Bronze medal at the DSO District
Level Competition held at Nalanda College.
• Won Bronze medal at the Association's competition
held at KalaVidyalaya.
• Participated at the Associations of State Level
Competition held at Bhandara.
2. Bhavin Soni (SYJC)
• Won the Gold and Silver medal at the DSO District
Level Competition held at Nalanda College.
• Won the Gold and Bronze medal at the Association's
competition held at Kala Vidyalaya.
• Participated at the Associations of State Level
Competition held at Bhandara.
• Won the Bronze Medal at DSO Divisional level.
• Won the Silver Medal at Senior level Competition
held at Mumbai.
• Won the Silver Medal at DSO State level held at
Latur.
• Won 2 Silver Medals at DSO State level and qualified
for national level.
FOOTBALL
Participated at the DSO District Level Boys football
tournament and played Quarterfinals where we lost in Tie
Breaker with Rizvi College.
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JUDO
1. Abhishek Cheeroth (FYJC)
• Won the Gold medal in the Open Category at the
DSO District Level Competition held at Utpal
Sanghavi School and selected for the DSO Division
Level.
2. Lalit Patel (FYJC)
• Won the Bronze medal at the DSO District Level
Competition held at Utpal Sanghavi School.
SOFTBALL
1. Boy's team participated at the DSO District Level and
nd
reached upto 2 round.
2. Girl's team secured 2nd position (Runner-up) at DSO
District Level.
3. Jenil Vira, Vraj Desai, Viraj Savala, Sameer Mehta
(SYJC) participated at the State Level.
4. Amey Mazumdar (FYJC) participated at the State
Level.
VOLLEYBALL
Boy's team participated at DSO Divisional level.
THROWBALL
Boy's team participated at DSO Divisional level.
Students’ Forum
Degree Colege
Day combined with Rose Day. And the final Day was the
N.M T -shirt and Hoods Day. The design for the T- shirts
this year was created by Pallavi Jain of T.Y.B.Com- A.
Professor-in-charge – Mrs. Chitra Thomas
Secretary – Kruti Shah
Joint Secretary – Sakshi Bhatnagar
Treasurer – Tejas Shah
Public Relations –
Bhagyashree Rajput, Rimple Dedhia, Tanvi Valia
Umang, one of the biggest intercollegiate festivals in
Mumbai and the mega event of the Students' Forum was
held from August 19, 2012 to August 22, 2012. Then
came December and the much awaited Students' Week. It
was flagged off by Principal Sunil Mantri on December 17
with a retro Bollywood/Hollywood themed carnival. There
were dances, games, tug of war and a competition for the
best costume. A photo booth with masks, props and the
works was specially createdfor the students so that they
could capture memories of their fun days in college. The
second day was devoted to the theme, 'Towards Gender
Equality'. As a social experiment, students were asked to
show their attitude in a day observed as 'Pink or blue or a
combination of the two'. This was followed by Halloween
Day which gave considerable scope for blood and gore. We
also had the rare spectacle of lectures being conducted in
classes full of ghosts and witches. Devil horns, witch hats
and masks were on sale. The fourth day was Traditional
The next big event was the farewell function for the third
year students of B.Com, BMS and BAF. This was held on
February 23, 2013 and saw an 800 plus crowd. Cake was
cut and the Vice Principals and senior professors addressed
the students. After this were the class photographs in
convocation robes. Students had unlimited fun as they
danced on the tunes of the DJ and enjoyed the delicious
food thereafter.
Sakshi Bhatnagar (Centre) with Prof. Chitra Thomas and
Principal Sunil B. Mantri on the Carnival Day
Students’ Forum
Junior Colege
Teachers-in-charge: Prof. Rita Kalbag,
To celebrate Gandhi Jayanti and the spirit of kindness,
Prof. Shivani Bhatt and Prof. Asha Balasubramanium
Students' Forum conducted a week long program called
Secretary: Krutik Sheth
“Joy of Giving” beginning on 3rd October, 2012. The
Joint Secretaries: Aashni Shah, Aanchal Nima
activities included a poster making competition, clothes
donation drive, a guest lecture by Mrs. Nirmala
In the year 2012-2013, the Students' Forum presented a
Mehendale, president of Kindness Unlimited India and an
wide canvas of activities.
activity based competition between the divisions.
In the week before Independence Day, the Students' Forum
In December, 2012 the Students' Forum conducted the
held singing, dance and skit competitions with a patriotic
National Genius Search Examination, a national,
theme. The prize winners were selected for a program to be
competitive examination.
presented on 15th August, 2012. This, however, could not
be held due to the demise of Shri Vilasrao Deshmukh.
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As every year, the week-long Students' Week was
Under the aegis of the Mumbai Police drive to sensitize the
celebrated in a build up to College Annual Day.
youth, the Students' Forum arranged a visit to Juhu Police
Station and a talk on Cyber Crime. This was indeed a fitting
finale to a busy academic year.
Halloween Day
Competition between the divisions
French Association
Junior College
Teachers-in-charge:
Prof. Rita Kalbag and Prof. Divya Kaushik
Secretary: Aanchal Nima
Joint secretary: Edreana Vaz
Treasurer: Meet Raja
All activities received overwhelming response. The nascent
association has got off to a good start and looks forward to
more activity- packed years.
Year 2012-2013 was the inaugural year of the French
Association.
The activities started with a logo competition. The two
prize winning logos were merged to form the official logo of
the association.
The first event, held in July 2012, included a quiz
competition, a treasure hunt and a fusion dressing
competition.
The second event was held in September 2012. The Old
Canteen area was turned into a maze. Working in teams of
two, the participants had to guide their blindfolded
partners through the maze, using instructions in French.
On Carnival Day (part of the Students' Week, held in
December), the French Association put up a stall with
interactive fun and games.
Blindfolding a participant for the Amazing Maze
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Planning
Forum
Degree College
Teachers –in- Charge:
Mr.Vrijendra, Dr. (Mrs) Vijayshree Anand,
Ms. Renuka Mangtani, Mrs.Tessy Philji
President: Purvashri Vora
Vice Presidents: Awani Bhatt (Events), Sailesh Lal
(Admin& Operations)
Secretaries: Rahul Gupta (Events), Jugal Mundra
(Admin)
Public Relations Officer: Shreya Kulkarni
Committee Members: Sanidhya Agrawal, Siddharth
Gupta, Anwesha Banerjee, Vrinda Khemani, Namit
Madnani, Smeet Parekh, Sahil Bhatia, Hiral Thaker,
Rohit Suryavanshi
The first event for the year was Mastermind, having a quiz
round and a presentation round. The participants came in
teams of two. The quiz stressed on skills like quick
thinking and logical analysis.On the basis of their
performance in round 1, six teams were selected to the
final round. Here, each team was allotted a social cause,
on which they were to make a presentation followed by a Q
& A round.
Acumen at it's Best
The judges for the final round were Mr.Vishram Patil,
Prof.Chitra Thomas and Prof. Conrad Coelho.
The second event of the year was 'Bizz Mantra' week with
three events from the 6th of December, 2012 to 10th of
December, 2012.The first event was called 'Acumen'
where Gnanesh Mehta, the quiz master, quizzed teams on
application of theoretical concepts, lateral thinking and
logical analysis.Teams were randomly made thus adding
to the sense of uncertainty and teamwork; there was
negative marking and the chance to pass on the question
to a particular team.
Next up in Bizz Mantra week was Amulya – an info
documentary and group discussion on the life and times of
Amul and its founder Dr. V Kurein. This event was judged
by Dr. Ritika Khurana. Mock stock exchange - with a twist
– brought Bizz Mantra to an end. With prices being
determined by actual demand and supply, the real time
price fluctuation added to the fun element of this event.
Planning Forum this year saw participation of 235
students.
Masters Working Their Minds
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Planning Forum
Junior College
Teachers-in-charge:
September 12th 2012 – Richie Rich – Innovators 2012.
Prof. Shivani Bhatt and Prof. Sumana Kanjilal
The contestants were given a few generic products to
Secretary: Dhruv Kotak
innovate upon. They also had to design a logo and a brand
Coordinator: Devesh Mundra
name; and promote it in the market.
Philanthropy Head: Aparajitha Iyer
October 5th 2012 – Guest Lecture on “Corporate Finance”
July 20th 2012- Quote it Right
and “Stock Market”.
A competitive event in which the participants had to quote
Ms. Lakshmi Pillai from H.R. College enlightened students
the right price for different given products from various
about shares, debentures and stock markets while Mrs.
categories.
Rekha Shah, proprietor of Analyse and Control, a finance
In this event our philanthropy partner was POSAT
consultancy firm, spoke on “Risk Management by Broking
foundation – An NGO that works for the rehabilitation of
firms”.
the people affected by cerebral palsy. Dr. Maya Nanavati
and two other guest speakers (treated by her) shared their
October 10th 2012 – Narsee Monjee Mock Stock Market.
inspiring life experiences with us.
It is a simulation of the actual stock market situation.
Contestants trade to maximise capital appreciation.
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August 9 2012 –Guest Lecture on“ 1991 - A love story “
Market sentiments were created by flashing news clips,
based on economic reforms in India.
both positive and negative about the companies traded on
Prof. B.K. Nair from N.M. College (Degree) stressed on
the stock market like issue of bonus, delisting, frauds etc.
important changes viz. Liberalisation, Privatisation and
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Globalisation, which altered the economic dynamics of
December 6 2012 – Biz-Wiz
India.
It was a business quiz with several rounds like recognizing
packages of products, identifying the producer, linking ads
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September 10 2012 – Workshop on Fundamentals of
to the brand etc.
Ad- Making.
The students got a chance to enhance their skills at ad-
25th February 2013 - Horizons
making, conducted by Ms. Anupama Chavan from N.M.
The release of annual magazine of Planning Forum –
MCVC section.
Horizons which carries business related articles by junior
NMities.
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Advertising and Marketing Club
Degree College
Teacher –in- charge: Prof. B.K Nair.
Legend of Madhouse -
President: Anubhav Chakravartty
The event comprised of 3 rounds; Round 1- Design a
Vice – Presidents: Rahul Pandey, Amrita Kumar, Adeeba
Google Doodle (mascot making)
Shaikh, Ninad Kulkarni.
Department Heads : Radhika Seth, Samuel Zachariah,
Round 2 – Mad-A- Guess-Kar (students had to identify
Elton Fernandes, Manisha Punjabi, Dhwani Desai, Rihen
brands by looking at advertisements)
Ajmera, Riya Pandya, Dhruv Kotak, Nisha Choudhary,
Nidhisha Wora,
Round 3 – Sell Your Way to the Top (a smaller version of
Buzzaar.)
The Advertising and Marketing Club aspires to invoke in
our fellow students the latent skills that make a good
marketer by conducting informative and challenging
events.
Radio PlayThis event required students to promote an event given to
them by using their voice and sounds only similar to the
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On September 15 , 2012, the Club conducted Buzzaar
way a radio advertisement is made.
2012, an event where we created a virtual market in the
canteen and students got to test their selling skills.
Brand HousieStudents had to spot logos of popular brands on their
On 6 December, 2012, the Club organised “Madhouse”-
tickets instead of simple numbers, which tested their brand
a day long festival at Santokba Hall. It comprised of several
quotient.
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events as follows:
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Advertising and Marketing Circle
Junior College
Teachers-in-Charge:
2. 13
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September 2012 – A Quiz competition was
Mrs. Anupamaa S. Chavan and Mr. Girish Ambekar
conducted and the students got an opportunity to
Chair Persons: Mihir Joshi and Bindee Kakkad
display their caliber in not only academics but also in
Vice-Chair Person: Dhawani Choksi
general knowledge. The winner was Mr. Prashant
Treasurer : Bhargav Mehta
Sanghavi.
P. R. O: Kinjal Shah
Committee Members : Disha Gandhi, Smita Shah, Heenal
3. 15th December 2012 – Debate Competition on the
Khandelwal, Pooja Shah, Kunj Doshi, Khusbhu Shah,
topic “Advertisement – Love-it, Hate-it but you can't
Premal Shah, Priyal Shah,Tisha Khandar, Ayushi Shah,
ignore it”. The contest was highly appreciated by the
Priyanka Patel,
judges Mrs. Rachna Chakraborty and Mrs. Sonal
Niyati Shah,
Jugal Dakshini, Nishi
Shah, Jay Shah.
Trivedi. Mr. Urvish Mehta won the competition.
EVENTS
1. 27th August 2012 – A guest lecture by Mr. Ajit Joshi –
CEO of What's on India Media Pvt Ltd., on the topic
'Recent trends in marketing with special emphasis on
Digital Marketing'. The lecture was followed by an
interactive session wherein the students asked
questions of high intellect.
The entire team of The Advertising & Marketing Circle (Junior College)
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The Economics Association
Degree College
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Teachers-in-charge:
Symposium – A Platform to Discuss &Debate: 5 & 9
Prof. Sneh Choithani, Dr. Ritika Khurana
December, 2012
Secretary: Raina Sakhale
• Two stage event of group discussion and debate
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Joint Secretary: Jugal Mundra
• Group Discussion Round:
Treasurers: Vidhi Doshi, Shalmi Samat
• 32 participants discussed their views on current issues.
Creatives: Ankita Sawant, Mayuri Lad, Vaibhavi Salunke
• Judges: Prof. Anamika Banerjee & Prof. Vrijendra.
PR: Sneha Chowdhary, Tanvi Mehra, Khushit Mehta.
• 16 qualified for debate round.
Marketing & Digital: Madhura Paradkar, Tanya Kaza,
• The debate round:
Naman Maheshwari
• Debate among teams of 2 on topics of economic
relevance
• Final debate on 'FDI in Retail'
Events
Screening of the documentary – I.O.U.S.A : 21st
• Judges: Dr. Ritu Vashisht & Prof B.K. Nair
st
• Winners: Karan Sheth & Yash Mehta (1 ), Kush
September, 2012
• A movie on the debt crisis in USA, followed by a
question answer session.
Ganatra & Shreelatha Subramani (2nd) and Harini
Warrier & Ruchit Desai (3rd).
• Judge: Dr. Ritu Vashisht (N.M. College)
• Winners : Viral Shah (1st), Sagar Soni (Runner-up)
Inter-Collegiate Events
• Committee members particiapted in Ka-ching (Fest by
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The 48 A.D. Shroff Memorial Intercollegiate Elocution
rd
SAMSOE, NMIMS) and the Economics Conclave, a talk
Competition (Preliminary Round): 23 November, 2012
by eminent personalities orgainsed by SAMSOE,
• Conducted on behalf of The Forum of Free Enterprise
NMIMS.
• Participants voiced their views on issues of current
economic relevance
• Judges: Prof. Sonali Chatterjee (Mithibai College), Dr.
Charu Banga (NMIMS) and Prof. B.K. Nair (NM
College)
• Winner: Uzma Mandlik, who won 3rdposition in the
final intercollegiate round
Committee Members with Teachers-in-charge
Judges, Teachers-in-charge, Committee Members and Participants of 'Symposium’
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The Economics Association
Junior College
Teacher in-charge - Dr. Bharti Jain
3) SellVertise:
Secretary - Alekh Mehta
Date: September 28th, 2012
Joint Secretary - Esha Nadkarni
This event included Stage I, which was advertising a
Treasurer - Vatsal Maniar
specific product given by the Association, and Stage II
Marketing head - Ashita Birawat
being that of selling few other products outside college
CreativeHead - Urvi Gala
premises. The team making the maximum profit won
Editorial Head - Aarohee Vaidya
the game and the prize for winning it was not only that
they could keep their profit money but also keep the
1) The Commodity Market:
accumulated profit of the other teams.
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Date: July 25 , 2012.
This event included the trading of commodities in the
4) The Commodity Market-II :
wholesale and retail markets just like a mock
Date: October 8th,2012.
commodity market. The prices of the commodities
This event was similar to the previous Commodity
were shown to the participants. Various Government
Market, with the exception that the concept of
policies led to the fluctuation of the commodities. The
'Insurance' was added.
participants had to use their discretion to buy, hold and
sell the commodities.
5) The Art of Living – A Guest Lecture by Mr Dinesh
Bhojwani
Date: December 5th, 2012
2) Cent Percento:
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Date: September 7 , 2012.
In this event Mr Dinesh Bhojwani accompanied by his
This event involved estimating percentages about facts
wife Mrs. Madhavi, were with us to deliver the lecture.
posed in the form of question. It was based on the
It was a wonderful experience for the participants,
American show, 'Power of Ten'. In between the question
where they were able to seek solutions to common
round, there was an additional quiz round where the
problems and obstacles coming in before them in their
participants who were eliminated out of the game
lives. The guest taught as well as demonstrated a few
could answer questions and win prizes.
important 'kriyas' that the students could use to
rejuvenate themselves and render them stress-free. It
was also attended by several professors, who enjoyed
the same.
The Commodity Market
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Cent-Percento
The Computer Society
Junior College
Teachers-in-charge:
TechBash:
Prof. Geetha Menon and Prof. Shailendra Pathare
• Mobile hacking workshop & Quiz -The first event
Secretary: Manan Ved
TechBash'12was conducted on Tuesday, 7th August,
Joint Secretaries: Pooja Shirali and Akshay Jawahar
2012. Quiz and workshop on mobile hacking were the
Treasurer: Akshatha Poojary
key features of this event. A seminar on mobile hacking
Editors: Krati Jain and Prerna Dalal
was conducted by Mr.Sachin Dedhia. He demonstrated
Designing and Printing: Krishna Thaker, Kunj Chheda and
different techniques and methods of hacking and
Sohil Mehta
discussed the safeguard against it. He emphasized on
Marketing: Shubham Kulkarni and Shivam Kulkarni
the software to be downloaded, cautioned us about
Technicals: Vidur Munjal
different applications and also shared with us about
Public Relations: Shivani Roy
various crimes. It was followed by quiz with innovative
rounds.
From top left: Dr.M.N.Welling & Prin. Sunil Mantri inaugurating Bitz! ; Dr. Welling's seminar on 'Welling's Index Numbers;
Prof. Geetha Menon felicitating Dr. Welling; Gnanesh Mehta conducting the maths quiz.
Centre: From left to Right: Prof. Chetan Gherwada, Vice Principals: Prof. Suman Rao, Prof. Amee Vora, Dr. Welling,
Principal Sunil Mantri, Vice principal Prof. Gomathi V Iyer & Ex Vice Principal Prof. Vijayam S Iyer.
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The second event of Techbash'12 held on 11 September,
2012, comprised of six events.
Infogage:
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• On the 11 December, 2012, an elimination round of
• Computer Treausre Hunt
Maths Quiz & the Sudoku competition were held.
• Corel Draw Workshop: The workshop was held by our
• On the 14th December, 2012,Dr.M.N.Welling Pro-vice
very own committee member, Vignesh Sundaresan.
chancellor of NMIMS, spoke about an index developed
• Music Mixing:The participants were presented with a
by him well known as the Welling's Index, which used
set of songs which they were supposed to mix using
by researchers in the field of Home Science, Social
Virtual DJ software to create their very own song.
Sciences and Education. The interactive seminar
• Design-O-Mania
taught us a lot about mathematical modeling and the
• Blog Writing through Debate: This event aimed at
practical application of index numbers in real life. The
exploring not only the thinking skills of the participants,
session was followed by a workshop on Vedic Maths
but also their ability to put their thoughts into words. It
byMrDhavalBathia, an NM alumnus and the ex-Joint
put their literary skills to test. It was a perfect
Secretary of Computer Society. The seminar was
opportunity for budding writers.
thoroughly enjoyed by the students as they practically
• Photo Collage
• Counter Strike: This event was conducted on 4
tried out various shortcuts of Vedic Maths. Our event
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concluded with the Maths Quiz Finale conducted by
October, 2012 was one of the most popular gaming
Gnanesh Mehta, a TYBCom student of NM & the
events.
Secretary of Computer Society in 2009-10. The quiz
was interesting and fun-filled. It taught the studentsthe
tricks for solving Maths questions and preparing for
competitive exams.
Debating and Literary Society
Degree College
Teachers in charge: Dr. Muktha Manoj, Prof. Shashi
resource person along with Mr. Thakker shared their views
Surana
on business ethics.
Secretary: Sailesh Lal
Joint Secretary: Ankita Shah
During the academic year the Debating & Literary Society
Assistant Joint Secretary: Tanya Kaza
has been instrumental in sending students to represent our
Public Relations: Kalindi Manek
colleges at various intercollegiate competitions.
Operations: Khushit Mehta
•
Sent a group of Students to the IIM MUN- India's
Treasurer: Sheena Fernandes
•
Participated in the ' Gen Next Leadership Context' by
The Debating & Literary Society inaugurated its activities
•
Sent students for intercollegiate debate competitions
Creatives: Meet Shah
largest simulation of United Nations.
Events: Aadil Sham
Ramakrishnan Mission- An online quiz
by organizing a symposium on 'Business Ethics' in
organized by SIES College & Maharashi Dayananad
association with the department of Business
College.
Communication for the faculty members of Business
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Communication from various colleges affiliated to the
The Debating & Literary Society also hosted an elocution
University of Mumbai. Prof. Shashi Surana who was the
competition which had a turnout of 30 participants.
Participants spoke on issues like 'Todays India of open bore
“Cocktail” was conducted on 14th September 2012. This
wells and closed minds', 'Recent Crackdowns on late night
was a creative writing event with a twist! Participants were
gatherings: to expose or exploit ?' and showed us their
given a mix of fictional and movie characters and were
comic side with “No jokes please, We're Indians!” This
asked to incorporate them creatively in a story. Participants
event was conducted on 14th July 2012 and judged by
weaved magic with Sherlock Holmes; Meryl Streep from
Prof.S hashi Surana and Prof. Anamika Banerjee.
the Devil wears Prada, Auro from Paa, Al Pacino from
Scarface and many more.
The organizing Team of The Debating & Literary Society
The Debating and Literary Society
Junior College
Secretary : Maitri Shah
Joint Secretary : Aurea Pereira
Public Relations : Kirtivardhan Dave and Priyam Shah
Treasurer : Aryaman Sethi and Saumya Parekh
Technical Head : Rashneet Singh Sachdeva
Printing and Stationery : Rashi Raichura
Creative Head : Hinal Patel
Event Co ordinator : Shivani Mittal
Event Organiser : Drishti Agraval and Suniti Sampat
Attendance in charge : Medha Shah
Committee Members : Samruddhi Patil, Shrushti Dalal,
Siddharth Dave, Darshan Mawani, Monil, Akshit
Gangwal
Turncoat: A unique self-debate where the participants
contradicted their own views on the given topic and
outwitted the same with great wit and conviction. The
event was organized on 31 July 2012. Mrs. Kavita
Chaterjee of Bai Avabai Petit High School, and Prof.
Josephine Verghese were invited to judge the event.
Prerana Dalal bagged the first prize followed by Virali
Nagda claiming the second position.
Movie Screening: An all-time favourite Sherlock Holmes
movie A Game of Shadows was screened on 24 August
2012 followed by a series of questions for the viewers
enabling them to put the bits and pieces of the mystery
together.
Group Discussion: A team event conducted on 17
September 2012 allowed the participants and the
audience a practical peep into professional competition of
the corporate world where GDs form the basis of selection
of the candidates in almost every field. Prof. Rita Kalbaug
and Prof. Supriya Wadia judged the event and announced
Anushka Sharma as the best speaker and Drishti Agraval
as the best convener. Urvish Mehta and Aishwarya Solanki
followed the trail being the second and the third best
speakers respectively.
Quiz: The event was organized on 17 October 2012 at four
levels in various categories like Code Decode, Rapid Fire
and Mixed Bag. The signing off event of the year ended with
great excitement.
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The Cultural Society
Degree College
This year's events kick started with 'Monsoon Magic', a
Teachers-in-charge: Prof. Nirmala Chavan
Secretary: Zain Sheikh
musical showcase where the budding college singers
Joint Secretary: Osama Khan
crooned to the tunes of some classical melodies and new
Treasurer: Soha Sayad
age music as well.
P.R.O: Tanvi Joshi
Others: Manas Kusurkar, Vagmi Pandya, Sheel Shah and
The BT Fresh Face, an initiative by the Bombay Times, was
conducted in the college with the help of the Cultural
Supriya Maheshwari
Society. Fresh Face is an annual event held throughout the
The Cultural Society of NM College is known for organising
prominent colleges of the city, aiming to uncover the
intra college cultural events throughout the year, thus
various talents of the Mumbai Youth. The members of the
providing an opportunity to the college students to
society also lent a helping hand towards organising the
showcase their various talents in the fields of dance,
Annual Day of the college and helping it become a grand
dramatics and music.
success.
The Cultural Society
Junior College
Teachers In - Charge: Dr. Mamta Jha, Mrs. Zarana Desai,
(c) Lights Camera Action (Drama Competition)
Mrs. Shimona Kanjilal, Mrs. Asha Balasubamanian and
The event was held on 1st October 2012; Mr. Satish
Mr. Bhavin Kothari
Pandya judged the event. 'The Jamun Skit' won the
Secretary: Riya Sanghavi
first prize. The other special prizes for skit were
Joint - Secretary: Ashutosh Sharma
Best Actor, Best Actress and Best Expression
Treasurer: Richa Thakkar
(a) I am Alive (Dance Competition)
The event was held on 1st October 2012. Mr. Parvez
Rehmani (Dance India Dance participant) judged the
event. The finals were held on 5th October 2012
which had prop round and it was judged by Mr.
Paritosh and winners were,
1.Dharmit 2. Anjali 3. Khushboo
(b) Sur Sangam(Singing Competition)
The event was held on 1st October 2012. Mr. Sidharth
Shrivastava (Student of Shri Suresh Wadekar) judged
the event. The finals were held on 5th October 2012.
The winners were,
1. Esha 2. Brecilla 3. Aboli
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Members of Cultural Society
Wildlife and Nature Club
(Degree College)
Teacher-in-charge:
Mrs. Nirmala Chavan, Mrs.Usha Kiran Verma
Secretary: Ruchita Modi
Joint Secretary: Mehak Kankani
Treasurer: Soumeet Sarkar
PRO: Rasika Lalaye & Trusha Shah
Others: Priya Vora, Ronak Halwai, Dhruv Shah, Aashna
Makani, Prateek Dhar, Sarita Mane, Abhishek
Chhaparwal, Jessica Jhaveri, Surbhi Deodhar, Divya
Gohil, Bhumi Shah, Leanne D'souza, Urmila Rao, Nikita
Sheth, Supinder Dindsha, Akshika Thakkar, Manaswi
Wadhwa, Ashwini Vadia
Wildlife and nature club with all its enthusiasm organized
its first event, a monsoon nature trail to Sanjay Gandhi
national park, where the students experienced the fun of
discovering nature. The next event organized was ECOFRIENDLY friendships day, where eco-friendly friendship
bands and greetings were sold and the proceeds of which
will be donated. Moving on to the next event which was
Tree Plantation to Ismail Yusuf College was the day, where
the members planted around 75 plants. This was indeed a
real contribution towards nature.An event organized for
teachers on Teachers Day where we saw the other side of
our teachers when the two events the Quiz Contest and
'Scrap The Crap' became a hit. The most awaited and
exciting event of W.N.C., yes the trek to Keshav Shrusti!
where students enjoyed activities like Rappelling, Rock-
climbing, Free-fall, Riffle shooting and Treasure Hunt. Even
though it was the last event but it had the memories which
will be cherished lifelong.
WNC team after a thrilling experience at the trek at Keshav Shrushti
Members in high spirits after the Plantation Drive at Ismail Yusuf College
Wildlife and Nature Club
(Junior College)
Teachers-in-charge:
Ms. Sakshi Parab and Mr. Bhavin Kothari
Secretary: Ankit Sanghavi
Joint-Secreatry: Bhoomi Shah
Treasurer: Sameer Mehta
Marketing: Viraj Savla, Prateik Shah
Creatives: Mugdha Garkar, Meet Boricha, Darshan Shah
Wildlife Photography: Siddhant Bhide, Heet Chheda
It was a superb trip for the 30 students and 3 professors,
who got a new dimension of looking at nature and
environment.
Nature dating at Go green nursery, Panvel (4th August,
2012) :
The WNC members started their events with their visit to
Go Green Nursery and Yusuf Meherally Center at Panvel.
The place took us to an unexplored land of nature and
sustainable agriculture and eco friendly cottage industries.
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disposed off in the bin. Students and teachers collectively
came together and put the waste. The e-bin eventually got
filled, making the drive a huge success.
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Strike-Out (13 December, 2012):
The club organised their gaming event, Strike-Out which
was based on the games of Bingo and Housie, with a twist
of environment to it. The students had fun while playing
this game. The prize winners were honoured by Prof.
Chetan Gherwada and Prof. Manisha Raval.
A walk with nature
Treasure Hunt (13th December. 2012):
Edit-IT (8th September, 2012) :
The club came up with it's new event of “EDIT-IT” based on
the concept of photo-editing. It was organised by the
wildlife photography department of the club, in the IT lab,
wherein the students were given some pictures and they
had to prepare a poster on the theme “Save Indian
Wildlife”. All the participants made really beautifully edited
posters which were beautiful and touching. The prizes
were distributed by Prof. Shailendra Pathare and Prof.
Chetan Gherwada.
participants in team of 2, were given clues which they had
to crack and reach the ultimate treasure i.e. the college. It
was a very exciting event and all the teams had fun while
cracking the clues and solving riddles. The prizes were
given by Prof. SakshiParab.
The club also put up a stall on Carnival Day wherein the
club organised events like 7-Up…7-Down and Tod-Fod.
The club also spread awareness regarding electronic waste
among the students as well as the teachers who came to
Brainiac(8th September, 2012):
The club organised Brianiac, an event based on quiz. It
consisted of themes like environment, current affairs,
mathematics and general knowledge. There were 2 rounds
where the participants really had their brains racking while
the event. The prizes were given by Prof. Kusum Mahadik.
Documentaries screening(3rd December, 2012-8th
December, 2012):
The members conducted documentaries screening on the
theme of electronic waste and condition of e-waste
disposal in India. These documentaries were shown in the
FYJC classes during their EVS lectures. The students got to
know about the various effects of e-waste on their health as
well as their immediate environment.
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WNC's E-Bindrive(10 December, 2012-13 December,
2012):
The club, in association with E-Incarnation, an
organisation that deals with eco-friendly management of ewaste, conducted an e-waste drive. An e-bin was placed in
the old canteen area and all kind of electronic waste was
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The club organised an outdoor treasure hunt, where
visit the various stalls.
The Hobby Centre
Degree College
Teachers –in- Charge: Prof. Nirmala Chavan, Dr. Usha
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The second event was Art-Gallery. It was a platform
Kiran Varma, Prof. Deepa Chitnis
given to budding artists to showcase their artistic
Secretary: Vidula U. Worlikar
skills. Art exhibits like oil painting, canvas painting,
Joint Secretary: Rahul Nadkarni
Madhubani art, pencil sketching, flower making,
Treasurer: Tanvi Mehra
cartooning, etc were on display. The art work was
Public Relations Officer:
appreciated by one and all.
Priyanka Swaminathan,
Apoorva Shinde
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Along with Art Gallery, Logo designing competition
Others: Sneha Vora, Payal Hingu, Parisha Joshi, Kruti
was held. The objective was to select a logo for Hobby
Vora, Helly Shah, Kavita Pandya
Centre. The logo designed by Vidula Worlikar was
adjudged the best.
Activity Report:
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Next event was conducted in August- a photography
competition. The theme was Umang 2012. The aim
The Hobby Centre of Degree College conducted a number
was to capture the essence of Umang festival through
of events in the academic year 2012-2013 to encourage
photographs. Umang Shah with his brilliant
creativity among students through such activities.
photography was declared as the winner.
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In the month of July, we conducted “Quiz- Celebarting
100 years of Indian cinema”. With over 60 teams
participating, the participants fought tooth and
nail.Amrita Kumar and Esha Goradia emerged as
winners followed by Aparna Mirji and Shweta Bhagat.
Sponsored by NIIT, the event was a huge success.
Partcipants of Salsa workshop posing for a group photograph
•
This year's events came to a fitting end with a Salsa
workshop conducted by Ms. Vidhi Shah, Rhydhun
Dance Academy. Many students participated in the
workshop and learned the basics of Salsa
alakukreja,salsita,twirls, embrace, etc. The students
had a wonderful time.
The Principal,Teachers-in-charge Prof.Nirmala Chavan,
Prof. Usha Kiran Verma and Prof. Deepa Chitnis with
committee members and participants at the Art Gallery
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The Hobby Centre
Junior College
Teachers In‐charge: Dr. Bharti Jain and Ms. Josephina
Secretary: Shreya Das
Joint Secretary & Treasurer: Mrunal Deo
P.R.O.: Aditya, Amar and Sheel Haria
1. Portrait Painting (20th July, 2012)
4. Abstract Painting(9th October, 2012)
A competition held in true spirit of innovation where the
participants had to form groups and create an abstract
picture (materials were provided by hobby centre).
They were judged by college professors, and winner
Ms. Gayatri came over to teach the students the art of
was felicitated.
Portrait making and later also guided the participants
on their charcoal artworks. Their artworks were
portrayed on the next day on the college boards.
5. Warli Painting:
This event witnessed involvement of college professors
and students, who were taught to make warli paintings
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2. Minute To Win It (6 September, 2012)
by Ms. Gayatri and her associate Ms. Nita, and
A fun filled one-minute game event, having various
materials(Gheru, white paint and brushes) were
rounds paved way for the participants to experience
provided by hobby centre.
anxiety and adrenaline rush through. Head to head
events were conducted and the winners were
felicitated.
6. Hues And Tones:
The Hobby Centre published a magazine called the
“Hues & Tones” with articles by the students of junior
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3. Dance Workshop With Anisha (14 September, 2012)
A dance workshop with well known dancer- Ms. Anisha
college. These magazines were then distributed among
the college students.
made the participants learn dance styles such as Hip
Hop and Bollywood. 2 sessions were held in the foyer of
the college, leading to a great crowd as audience and
participants too.
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Minute to Win it
Abstract Painting
Dance Workshop with Anisha
Warli Painting
Hindi Sahitya Mandal
Degree College
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Teacher-in-charge: Dr. Usha Kiran Verma
President: Sakshi Bhatnagar
Secretary: Kavita Gupta
Joint Secretary: Kriti Jain
Treasurer: Shikha Jain
P.R.O.: Riddhi Laheri and Zarana Kava
14 September, 2012: Hindi Diwas Celebration
The mandal celebrated Hindi Diwas by creating a grand
rangoli in the college campus. 'Antakshari Pratiyogita' was
also organized. It was an antakshari of Hindi Poems,
Dohas and Patriotic songs.
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30 July, 2012: Inauguration
Activities of the Hindi Sahitya Mandal were inaugurated in
the presence of Prin. Sunil B Mantri, Vice-Principals Amee
Vora and Gomathi Iyer and Senior Teacher Prof. BK Nair
along with teacher-in-charge Dr. Usha Kiran Verma. On
this day, the mandal presented 'Suvichar Pradarshan'
which involved display of 'thought of the day' in Hindi on
the college indicator and/ or notice board throughout the
year.
5th September, 2012: Teachers' Day Celebration
To celebrate Teachers' Day, Secretary Kavita Gupta recited
her poem for teachers.
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17 December, 2012: HSM's Stall on Carnival Day
HSM organized fun games such as card games, Blow the
Chalk in the Bottle, etc. on its stall on the Carnival Day.
Hindi Sahitya Mandal
Junior College
Teachers in-charge:
Dr. Mamta Jha & Prof. Rajkumar Chaudhari
Secretary: YashPujara
Joint Secretary: Deep Shah & Vishesh Sanghvi
Treasurer: Keyur Sanghavi
Event Managers:
Aachman Vijayvargia & Siddharth Chauhan
Committee Members: Aarya Vyas, Aliazgar Fanazwala,
Darshit Shah, Divyanshu Maheshwari, Jyoti, Karan
Dhanak, Shruti Chamaria!
Hindi Sahitya Mandal conducted two events in 20122013.
A 'movie screening and review' on 11th Septmeber, 2012
was held whereoscar-nominated Indian-movie Barfi! was
screened. More than 120 students and teachers watched
it! At the end, movie-review-writing took place and 3
students won the review competition. They are:
1. Ajay Rathore
2. Mewara Dhara Deepakbhai
3. Bhumika Joshi
It was a very successful event enjoyed by students as well
as teachers!
The second event was a guest-lecture on 'Hindi Grammar &
Writing-Skills' by Dr. Shyamanand Jha, held on 10th
December, 2012. Around 50 students attended it and
were highly benefited by this lecture which helped them to
prepare for HSC Board Exams!
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Gujarati Sahitya Mandal
Degree College
Pandya, a well-known poet. The students and
Teacher-in-charge: Prof. Piyush Pandya
Motivator for GSM's Activities: Prof. Amee Vora
professors enjoyed to the core as the guest speakers
Secretary: Rimple Dedhia
entertained everybody with their comedic talent.
Joint Secretary: Mansi Desai and Amee Sheth
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Treasure: Margesh Shah
'December Garba' held on college's Traditional Day has
successfully turned out to be our flagship event with a
hat-trick this year. The event witnessed around 190
Activity Report
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We started the year with a fun filled event
'Hasyadarbar' conducted by Mr. Utkarsh Mazumdar, a
well-known actor in gujarati theatre and Mr. Sanjay
students and 15 teachers grooving to the traditional
garba tunes. It was one of the most memorable events
of this year.
Gujarati Sahitya Mandal
Junior College
Teacher In charge:
Mrs. Jagruti Desai and Mr. Darmesh Divecha
Secretary: Rohan Parikh
Joint Secretary: Krishna Bhatt
Treasurer: Dhairya Dalal
Joint Treasurer: Deval Desai
P.R.O.: Parth Bhagat and Gaurav Bhuptani
Creative Team: Dhairya Dalal and Krishma
1) Guajarati Lok Sangeet: It was organised on 26th July
2013. Viewers enjoyed Lok Sangeet. Prizes were
awarded toKajol Vajana, Neel Mehta and Bhumika
Joshi.
2) Elocution Competion: It was held on 18th september
2012. The topics were related to Education, Culture,
Economics and Politics. 12 students participated and
prizes were awarded to Kajol Vajan, Krishna Bhatt and
Siddhi Vyas.
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Gujarati SahityaMandal Committee Members
Marathi Sahitya Mandal
Junior College
Teachers in charge:
Prof. Girish Ambekar, Prof. Alka D.
Secretary: Siddhant Bhide
Joint-Secretary: Omkar Kadam
Treasurer: Sayali Kadam
Members: Mugdha Garkar, Manali Joshi, Esha
Nadkarni, Hemant Talekar, Radha Dhumale,
Rohit Sapre
Shuddha-Lekhan
(27thJuly 2012) : In this
competition, all the participants were given a
passage in Marathi. The passage was rewritten by
the students in pure Marathi after correcting the
mistakes.
Me- Mumbaikar Quiz (15th September-2012):
The second event was a quiz competition on the
topic of Mumbai. Teams of four were formed. The
questions were using PowerPoint presentation.
The students were asked questions on the culture,
cuisine, history, places and great people of
Mumbai. The winners were felicitated by Prof.
KusumMahadik.
Sangeet Mehfil (12th October 2012) :The third
event was SangeetMehfil. In this event, the
students got acquainted with the traditional
Marathi music. Everyone enjoyed the traditional
Marathi music. All the songs were from the verses
of SantDnyaneshwar and Sant Tukaram. Lata
Mangeshkar's Marathi songs were also enjoyed by
everyone.
Movie Screening (12th December 2012) :The final
event was the screening of a Marathi drama. The
drama Natasamrat was screened for the students.
This drama portrays the real life of a stage actor.
After the screening, the students were asked to
Marathi Sahitya Mandal - Degree Committee Members
write a review of the drama in Marathi.
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Placement Cell Annual Report
Faculty Incharge : Prof. Vrijendra, Dr. Muktha Manoj,
Prof. Renuka Mangtani, Prof. Conrad Coelho, Prof Kavita
Surve, Prof. Shaily Cheda
Placement Officer: Nainesh Kohli
Training Officer: Amrita Philips
Student Cordinators: Sanika Janwalikar, Umang Khetan,
Pinaz Umrigar, Aarushi Thapar, Jaini Kapadia, Manali
Udani, Priyanka Awasthi, Sailesh Lal, Niyati Joshi, Prachi
Nunia, Tejal Saraf
June – July 2012:
• Formation of College Placement Cell.
• Registration process of students for final placements
was initiated.
August 2012:
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• CRISIL sent the college an email on 3 August 2012 to
recruit students for their Certified Internship program.
Three students from TYBMS were selected for the 6
month internship.
• Notice for vacancy at “Ultimate Guru Music” was
displayed on the college notice board.
• Notice for vacancy at “A.M. Solanki& Assoc.” was
displayed on the college notice board.
September 2012:
• Student registrations for final placements were
completed across all streams.
• FYA (For Your Assistance), a Social Media company,
visited the campus for pre- placement presentation on
13th September 2012.
October 2012:
• Oberoi Group visited the campus on 9th October
2012.
• Google India visited the campus on 10th October
2012.
• Email for internship at Socio-Square (Social Media
Marketing Company) was circulated among the FY and
SY students on 18th October 2012.
• Mahesh Tutorials visited the campus on 23rd October
2012.
November 2012:
• Jones Lang LaSalle visited campus on 20th November.
Two students were selected.
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KPMG Tax Process visited campus on 22nd
November2012.
Edelweiss Securities Ltd. visited campus on 23rd
November 2012.
December 2012:
• Protivity Consulting Pvt. Ltd. visited on 10th
December. Two students were selected.
• Zomato visited on 12th December.
• Milestone Interactive visited the college on 18th
December. One student was selected.
• Axis Risk Consulting visited the college on 19th
December. Two students were selected.
• Edelweiss Securities visited the college on 23rd
December. Five students were selected.
January 2013:
• Citi Group had off campus interview on 10th January.
One student was selected.
• Duestche Bank visited the college on 11th January. Five
students were selected.
• Coupon Duniya on campus on 16th January 2013.
One student was selected.
February 2013:
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• 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.
Orian - Roar To Rise
An Event of Accounts and Auditing - H.S.C. Vocational
Orian was started in the academic year 2011-12 and it
achieved great success. Orian continued with fantabulous
events like DusKa Dum, IPL Auction, Business Mind,
Cricket and Treasure Hunt.
Dus Ka Dum had enthusiastic students participating in
activities like wearing a sari, rolling perfectly round
chapattis and soon.
IPL Auction was an event in which 8 teams participated.
The participants had to bid to form a team within a given
budget including the right number of batsmen, bowlers and
fielders. The team had to have a combination of Indian and
Foreign players.
Business Mind was an event where the participants had to
buy and sell products and make maximum profit. Buying
and selling had to be completed in a span of an hour and a
half. The team which won was given an initial amount of
Rs. 10/- and it was multiplied many times over and they
made a kitty of Rs. 595/-.
Cricket matches were held at Mahtre Ground in Juhu, the
teams were purchased by different sponsors, which led to a
great competition. The winners were given a cash prize of
Rs. 2,500/-.
Treasure Hunt was the most awaited event of Orian. The
event started from college covering the area upto south
Mumbai.At the first destination, clue was given for the next
destination and it went on and on covering 8 destinations
in all.
Orian believes in charity and a kitty of Rs. 800 remaining
along with contribution from students of Rs. 1,600 and
teachers' contribution of Rs. 500 was handed over to an
orphanage in Vile Parle.
Women's Development Cell Report
Convener:
Mrs. Gomathi Iyer
Committee Members:
Mr. Vrijendra
Mrs. Shephali Kamdar
Mrs. Vandana Misra
Mrs. Kalpana Sakpal
The WDC is a statutory committee set up to raise
awareness on issues of gender discrimination and sexual
harassment amongst the students and staff of the college
and to resolve specific complaints against sexual
harassment.
This year the State Government of Maharashtra launched a
campaign to create awareness about issues relating to
gender sensitization in colleges. The WDC alongwith other
associations in the college, organized the following
activities:
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An essay competition on Gender Equality.
A poster 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.
As a part of the campaign all teachers also addressed
students in their respective classes during one designated
lecture on the importance of gender equality and problems
that women face in society. They were also made aware of
the system for legal redressal.
On the occasion of international Women's Day (March 8),
this year the WDC organized a talk on 'Different Aspects of
Sexual Harassment' by Mr. Vrijendra for the teaching staff
of the degree college on March 9, 2013. The talk was
followed by discussion.
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45th Youth Festival
University of Mumbai
Professor-in-charge: Prof. Nirmala Chavan
Contingent Leaders: Shraddha R. Nimbre and Ashish Chhajed
Events
Position
Participants
On The Spot Painting
First
Pallavi Jain
Debate Group B (English)
Second
Tanya Kaza, Kush Ganatra
Indian Light Vocal
Third
Aparnaa Bhaagwat
Clay Modelling
Third
Pallavi Jain
Quiz
Sixth
Yashovardhan Generiwala, Mannat Juneja, Amruta Kumar
Western Group Song
Consolation
Aparnaa Bhaagwat, Sheena Fernandes, Heer Doshi, Shruti Kamat,
Poster making
Consolation
Gnanesh Mehta
Cartooning
Consolation
Pallavi Jain
Skit Group A (Marathi)
Consolation
Shraddha Nimbre, Rupali Damle, Sunayana Sawant, Tanvi Gupte,
Elvira, Aishwarya Shetty
Darshana Wagh, Kartik Kutmutia
Umang
(Narsee Monjee College)
Overall Position: First
Contingnent Leader: Awani Bhatt
Assistant Contingent Leaders: Mrudula Wadekar, Siddharth Shahand Aashish Aggrawal
Trophies Won: Dance and Dramatics, Informals and Sans frontiers
Events
Position
Participants
UCG FIFA 2011
First
Umang Ajmera
Folk Dance
First
Sanika Purohit, Khushboo Patel, Nidhi Patel, Saraja Samant, Pallavi Desai, Dixita
Street Dance
First
Dharmit Bhayani, Mohit Yagnik, Nishiv Punmiya, Rohan Choksi,
Filmi Duet
Second
Prajit Dharod, Aparna Bhagwat
Junk Instruments
Second
PragalbhJha, ShauryaTaparia, Meet, Ankit Sanghavi, Aadit Parikh, Achal Desai
Mr. And Ms. Umang
Second
Zain Sheikh, PoojaJha
War of the Insane!
Second
AnishKarkera, Shobraj Bacchar
War of VJ's
Second
Shobraj Bacchar
Bollywood Dance
Second
Prachi, Shibani, Vidhi, Janvi, Dharmit, Rohan, Trishiv, Nihal
UV Dance
Second
Jeel, Devanshi, Shrushti, Madhura, Arushi, Siddhant, Keyur, Vidhan
Around the World Quiz
Second
Siddharth Shah, Amrita Kumar
Street Play
Third
Pratik, Shivani, Abhishek, Shobraj, Ankit, Shariq, Moksha, Meet, Taronish
Karota, Karishma Sampat, Nayna Vasoya, Vaibhavi Mehta, PragnyaTrivedi
Twinkle Singhania, Aarohi Shah
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Vaayu 2 (NMIMS College)
Overall Position: Runners' up
Contingent Leader: Purva Khetan
Assistant Contingent Leaders: Kushbiir Maker and Anurag Sharma
Event
Position
Participants
Handball
First
Akshat Shah, Rishabh Acharya, Sahil Deewan, Prashant Sagar, Jay Patel
Ad-Venture
First
Angela Sebastian
Sell it your Way
First
Anupama Sharma
Duet Singing
First
Aashish Chhajed, Aparnaa Bhaagwat
Verdict-ICT
First
Disha Unadkat, Shivani Mittal, Shivani Roy
Board Game Ultimatum
First
Tanmay Kate, Jugal Popat
Instrumental Wars
First
Shaurya Taparia
Brick Breaker Squash
First
Rajdeep Singh
FA Maze
First
Ambika Malhotra
Chessopoly
First
JugalPopat, Brendon
Volleyball
First
Anant Choudhary, Sitesh Bhatia, Rigved Bapat, Raj Vakharia
Pot Painting
Second
Aaradhana Jhaveri
Chessopoly
Second
Tanisha, Dhruv
Dancers' Hunt
Second
Dharmit Bhayani
Shoe Painting
Second
Miral Majamundar
Maze
Second
Shaurya Taparia, Ruchi Mehta, Dhanashree
Verdict-ICT
Second
Saloni Mehta, Sansha Cornelio, Harini Warrier
Model Hunt
Second
Shimoni Kapasi
Sale Tale
Second
Ruta Mehta, Sheena
Handball
Second
Samir Mehta, Parth Garodia, Herin Dedhia, Sagar Chaturvedi, Varun Niser
Sell it your way
Third
Ruta Mehta
Shoe painting
Third
Aaradhana Jhaveri
Mock Parliament
Third
Urvish Mehta
Dessert Designing
Third
Miral Majamundar
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Malhar
St. Xaviers College
Overall Position: 2nd Runners-up
Contingent Leader: Utsavi Parekh
Assistant Contingent Leaders: Aadit Parikh, Purva Khetan and Pragalbh Jha
Event
Position
Participants
Pretenders-Drama
First
Ruta Mehta, Priyank Shah, Abhishek Vora
Strike a Prose-LA
First
Angela Sebastian
Smoking Hot-Cooking
First
Shriya Shetty
Rostrum-Debate
First
Tanya Kaza
Bollywood Quiz
First
Yashovardhan Ganeriwala, Sharik Nanda
Theme Interpretation
First
Pallavi Jain
War of the Words-LA
First
Arpita Bhabhera & Prerna Dalal
Fusion Band Event
Second
Esha Nadkarni, Ayush Malpani, Shaurya Taparia,
Prateek Rajgopal, Akshay Doshi
Jazz Dance
Second
Paridhi Sarhdeva, Rishi Banka, Dhruvi Mehta,
Meenal Saraf, Priyanka Pai
Warning Graphic Content FA + LA Crossover Second
Ninad Kulkarni, Anubhav Chakravarty, Kajol Bid
Classical Dance
Third
Vidhi Shah, Rutvi Mankad, Divya Chandran
Creative Writing
Third
Angela Sebastian
Malhar- Team & Trophy
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Kuruksherta
Dahanukar College
Overall Position: First
Won Best College, Best CL Award
Contingent Leader: Aadit Parikh
Assistant Contingent Leader: Pranay Mehta
Event
Position
Participants
Solo singing
First
Aparnaa Bhaagwat
Duet singing
First
Prajit Dharod & Ashish Chhajed, Ashish Chhajed & Aparnaa Bhaagwat
Solo Dance
First
Dharmit Dhayani
T-shirt Painting
First
Pallavi Jain
Poster Making
First
Pallavi Jain
Cartooning
First
Solo Singing
Second
Prajit Dharod, Ashish Chhajed
Duet singing
Second
Aparnaa Bhaagwat & Prajit Dharod
Poster Making
Second
Kajol Bid
Rangoli Making
Second
Prachi
JAM
Second
Kalindi Manek
Poster Making
Third
Pallavi Jain
Krupali
O2-The Fest
Bhavans College
Overall Position - Second
Contingent Leader - Tej Mehta (Best CL Award)
Assistant contingent leaders – Ravi Shah (Best ACL Award), Shobraj Bachar
Event
Click a Poetry
Position
First
Participants
Yash Hirawat, Sonakshi Biswas
RJ Hunt
First
Miral Majamundar
War of words
First
Tapasya
3rd Structure
First
Aaradhana Jhaveri
Singing
First
Aparnaa Bhaagwat
Volleyball
First
Sitesh, Raj, Jaimin, Mit, Aayush
Triathlon
Caricature
First
Second
Akash Singhal
Aaradhana Jhaveri
Typography
Second
Aaradhana Jhaveri
Relay
Second
Nitesh, Somil, Aditya, Raj
TT Shots
Second
Naveen, Bhavitavya
J.A.M
Second
Tapasya
Third
Tapasya
Write Your Will
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Kshitij
Mithibai College
Overall Position: Fifth
Won Creatives Trophy
Contingent Leader: Aadit Parikh
Assistant Contingent Leaders: Dhiram Kotadia, Pragalbh Jha and Ruta Mehta
Event
Position
Participants Name
Empress of Raga
First
Aparnaa Bhaagwat
Street Play
First
Prateek Dave, Asmita Rajmane, Ruta Mehta,
Sunayana Sawant, Shradha Nimbre, Mayank Sood,
Siddhant Shah, Kavya Kapani, Meet Vyas
Stage Play
First
Sunayana Sawant, Meenal Saraf, Ruta Mehta, Ankit Sanghvi,
Creative Writing
First
Angela Sabastian
String Theory (LA)
First
Adeeba Shaikh
Kavya Kapani, Meet Vyas, Mayank Sood, Siddhanth Shah
WakyMinaj (Photography +LA + MCA)
Third
Yashovardhan Ghaneriwal, Ankit Sanghvi, Pragalbh Jha
Football
Second
Nitish Singh, Nihaal Gajaria, Srivats Chaturvedi,
Charcoal Painting
Second
Pallavi Jain
Steel Art
Second
Miral
Abstract Art
Second
Miral
Coffee Painting
Second
Utsavi
Aaman, Aakash, Shishir
Fooseball
Third
Chintan Zaveri, Rishab Achariya, Tapasya Pandey,
Nitish Singh, Shivam Yagnik, Anant Chaudhary, Wasim Khan
Street Dance
Third
Dharmit Bayani, Twinkle Singhania, Rohan Choksi,
Aarohi Shah, Aditya Shah, Amar Shah, Mahak Gemavat
Ka-Ching
NMIMS School of Economics
Overall Position: First Runner-up
Contingent Leader: Sheena Saraf
Assistant Contingent Leaders: Aadil Sham & Gitika Agarwal
Events
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Position
Producer's Gamble
First
Producer's Gamble
Second
Participants
Purab Raniwala, Dhruv Parekh, Muzamil Surti, Divya Nair, Dhanshree Shah
Sailesh Lal, Yash Mehta, Tanisha Sharma, RainaSakhale
Cor Bazar
Second
Dhanshree Shah, Divya Nair,Ninad Kulkarni, Rahul Pandey, Dhruv Parekh
Mock Stock
Second
Sagar Soni and Dhaval Solani
Ka-ching Premier League
Second
Purab Raniwala and Jeet Budhdev
Maths Express
Second
Sagar Soni and Dhaval Solani
Degree College Teaching
Staff - 2012-2013
Mathematics &
Statistics Dept
Prin. Sunil B. Mantri
M D Gondhalekar
Gomathi V Iyer-Vice Principal
Leena O Nair
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Deepa Surve
Dr. Vandana Misra
Arati Bafna
Economics Department
Chitra Thomas (H.O.D.)
Sneh H Choithani
Nirmala Atul Chavan
Dr. Ritika Khurana
English Department
Dr. Muktha Manoj
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Indl. Psychology Dept.
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Accountancy Department
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(Contract Basis)
Commerce Department
B K Nair (H.O.D.)
Vrijendra
Amee H Vora, Vice-principal
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BFM Section
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(Co-ordinator)
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Business Law
Department
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Foundation Course
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(Coordinator)
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BAF Section
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(Co-ordinator)
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(Coordinator)
M.Com. Teaching Staff
Mr. Harish Sharma (Coordinator)
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Mrs .Sumati Chandok
Junior College Teaching
Staff – 2012-2013
Economics Department
Suman Rao - Vice Principal
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Bharati Jain
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Gujarati Department
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French Department
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Mathematics & Statistics
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Commerce Department
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Enviornment Education
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Vocational Course
Alka P. Dhatingan
English Department
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Meenal Deshmukh
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Sonal Trivedi (SS)
Rachana Chakraborty
(Contractual Basis)
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Administrative, Office & Library Staff
Mr. Vikas Vichare
Shri R J Mestry
Mr. G T Chipte
Shri M G Pagare
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Shri N K Pawanarkar
Mrs. Pooja Sathale
Smt Alka K Gavane
Mr. M B Daware
Mrs Rutuja Salvi
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Shri D K Solanki
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Shri M L Bhowmik
Mr. Vinod V Naik
Smt Radhika V Shukla
Ms. Dipti Khanna
Smt Jaywanti S Chalke
Mrs. Sharwari N. Shelar
Smt Sangeeta Narkar
Mrs. Sushmita S Dalvi
Shri Harish C Solanki
Mr. Rajesh B. Bhosle
Shri Sunil N Surve
Mrs. Neha Sakpal
Shri Sanjay Y Gurav
Mrs. Sarika Patil
Shri Rajkumar Singh
Mrs. Jagruti Mewada (Contract Basis)
Shri Suresh S Nagare
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Shri Umed Harijan
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Shri Dinesh Shukla
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Shri Prakash Yedage
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Shri Suresh S Radye
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Shri M C Singh
Shri Vijay Sapte (Contract Basis)
Shri Y S Chavan
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English Section
Editorial
Just the other day, I was walking by Bandra station, and I
For me, Young Endeavour exemplifies freedom. It stands
saw a bunch of kids running towards a nearby water tank. I
for expression. It is a platform for students to express
stopped, just to see what they were up to. To my surprise,
themselves – their views and opinions. I believe that the
the four of them ran swiftly and jumpedinto the water tank.
pen is mightier than the sword, and the deepest feelings
SPLASH! SPLASH! SPLASH! SPLASH!
can be expressed beautifully with the help of words. Each
I was zapped! But all I could hear was bursts of laughter
of very deep thoughts. Every poem magnificently expresses
and see four smiling faces, thoroughly enjoying themselves
a variety of feelings. Making Young Endeavour would not
in the chilly water! Having seen their tremendous
have been possible without the beautiful contributions
enjoyment, I couldn't contain smiling to myself. It got me to
from students and ex-students, the constant and unending
and every write-up in this magazine is a beautiful reflection
think, when was the last time I laughed so heartily? When
support of Prof. Sneh Choithani and the diligent efforts of
was the last time I did something so impulsive? When was
our student coordinator, Gnanesh Mehta. I take this
the last I hugged my parents just because I felt like? When
opportunity to thank them with all my heart.
was the last time I tasted freedom?
I am hoping that Young Endeavour inspires you to express
I realized that in our bid to keep others happy, we hardly do
yourself, too. I am hoping that it encourages you to listen to
what we really want to do. Sometimes I feel that we have
your heart…to do the unconventional…to just break free!
stopped listening to our heart in the monotony of our daily
schedule. Aren't we losing our freedom and doing things
- Kalindi Manek
that don't even matter? I think we need to stop and reflect.
TYBCom
Now.
Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in the articles are those of the writers / authors / poets. The members of the Magazine Editorial
Committee are neither responsible nor do they subscribe to the same.
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The Delhi Gang Rape
and it's Aftermath
The 23-year old girl student who was brutally raped and
can truly escape from and it involved the driver, cleaner
beaten up by her rapists died in Singapore yesterday night.
and their friends who are the public face of lumpens who
There are protests all over; there are candle-night vigils,
think and act as if every girl on the road is a fair game for
peaceful marches and vows to carry on the fight against
lewd comments, sexual harassment and occasional
rape and other sexual crimes by many. The politicians and
assault. And if the girl is with a male friend and it is lonely
the government are assuring us a safer India for women. All
at night, what better opportunity than to take your
the major newspapers have carried the news of her death
chances! It is this daily humiliation that all young women
on the front pages and the TV channels last night were
and also men have to suffer in a city like Delhi that this rape
tracking her death and protests all over. So, is it a turning
brought to the fore. (If it were not the bus, but a car, the
point in the gender war in India? Is her death the emblem of
contours of the rape case would have been very different
the new India which will provide better laws, better
and I doubt very much whether the protest would have
policing, better administration of justice and most
been so widespread and so spontaneous. This is not to
importantly a more-woman friendly social context in which
distract from the crime of rape but to bring in the social
girls would be treated better than before? An India in which
reality that worked as a catalyst for these protests across
finally the blame for rape would be placed where it really
cities, in my opinion.)
belongs: the men who rape whatever the context and the
excuse?
It was hardly a surprise that the young protestors clashed
with the police, again and again. While our police force, in
I personally think this gruesome rape of an urban, middle
any case, is a law unto itself - when it is not protecting the
class girl student in Delhi whose only crime was boarding a
VVIPs – as far as ordinary citizens are concerned, when it
private bus with a male friend to reach home early after a
comes to sexual assault, harassment and rape, the police
movie had finally brought home many truths and made
apathy and hostility reaches new low levels. One reason
them public in a manner that would not easily go away. I
why the lumpen men have such a free run in our public
think it galvanised such large-scale protests in urban India,
space against women is because they perceive the police
and specifically Delhi, not only because of the manner in
force as their fellow comrades-in-arms in this vicious
which she and her friend were assaulted and she was
game. (Sexually harassing and assaulting women for most
raped – Delhi is the Rape capital of India, after all – but also
Indian men is not a crime; it is a sport they enjoy even as
because what she was doing was so ordinary that almost
they play it and recount it later with pleasure and a sense of
every young woman in Delhi suddenly found herself, and
achievement.)
her male friend, vulnerable to the possibility of such an
protestors scoffed at the politicians and that no politician
assault. Also, I think that the thousands of young women –
really came to the demonstrations and marches against the
I have to confess that I cannot imagine young Indian men
rape. How could they? The largely male politicians that
moved and enraged on their own by even such a depraved
dominate our screens and media all the time are no friends
sexual assault – who came out on the streets of Delhi were
of young men and women in our country. Many young
enraged and moved by the sheer brutality which wasfar
politicians are the lumpens themselves who think
beyond harassment and simply rape.
harassing and assaulting young women for sex is par for the
Besides, it had another important facet. It involved the
course and is one of the perks of their very public jobs.
public transport in a metropolis that no one young student
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And it was no surprise at all that the
It was the first public protest about rape in which nobody
sexual brutes, we need to urgently have sustained, in
could blame the young girl, Those who dared to in many
public and in private, conversations and reflections on our
ways – and many politicians quickly put their foot in their
social norms, morality, our attitude towards sexuality,
mouth as soon as they spoke about the rape and the
sexual relationships, sex itself, women and the ways in
protests around it – had no choice but to either quickly
which we bring up our sons and daughters. We need to
retract what they said or had to do the vanishing act. For a
have a long look at our traditions and rituals. We need a
change, the blame was squarely put on the rapists. And
fresh look at our public culture, of films, songs and TV. We
again, that had to do with the fact that it involved a bus. It
need to pause and reflect on the daily choices we make and
did not matter either that she was with a male friend at
opinions we express as we deal with young boys and girls in
night. I found that a refreshing start in public discourse
our families, colleges, workplaces and other public and
though I suspect, it has less to do with a sudden change in
social places. And even then, we need to remember that
our morality than with the fact that in urban India
rape will not go away. What we need to change most of all
friendship between young men and women is now such a
is our attitude towards rape as a crime. If we have to learn
normal fact of social life that beyond a point, one has no
to deal with the crime of rape, we need to understand that
choice but to accept it and move on.
while it is a grave crime; it is also just another crime. As
However, dealing with the issue of rape is something else
a victim is never allowed to forget, I am afraid rape would
long as we valorize rape as a particularly vicious crime that
together. Of course, we need better laws, we need better,
continue to remain the focal point of the gender war In
more sensitive policing and we need swift justice for the
India.
victims. But these are not enough. If we have to deal with
the rape and why it is so widespread in our society, why our
Prof. Vrijendra
women and young girls are not safe anywhere, in and
30.12.2012
outside the home, and why our men and boys are such
Newspaper headline:
A girl was raped in Delhi by 6 men in a moving bus. She died
a horrifying death 10 days later.
What do we get from this?
1. Oh, Delhiwaale in ladkon ko koi rok nahi sakta.
2. Mumbai is so much safer than Delhi. Mumbai-Delhi
war.
3. Let's help Sushma Swaraj and Jayalalitha get as much
leverage from this as they can. Make her the new
Kejriwal.
4. Let's make a joke out this - Gandhiji ka chautha bandar.
Do not rape. You obviously know what he's covering.
5. Let's talk about how Munni Badnaam Hui commodifies
women, makes them an object of sexual desire. How do
women not expect to get raped after that?
6. How can there not be a candle march?
7. Let's send broadcasts and publicize and describe very
gorily what they did to her. Let's track her every move,
every pulse rate aversion.
Let's do a gazillion other trivial things and feel saint-like.
Oh and of course, Munni aaj se teri curfew 7 baje ki hai.
Yeh ladkon ka koi bharosa nahi.
But hey, let's not waste time on the gyaan; A GIRL WAS
RAPED.
Raped. Hurt. Injured. Humiliated. Killed. What happened
to thinking about her?
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What happened to hoping that she first lives and then lives
through the humiliation?
What happened to the sensitivity?
The youth of India have finally woken up. Woken up, we
have.
Yes we're angry. Agitated even. Helpless probably.
We want justice for women, we say. What kind of justice do
we expect?
Revenge against those monsters. Doing exactly that to
those six boys so they know how it feels. Or wait, let's just
kill them. Six less men that can rape us.
The movements, the questions, the discussions are all
brilliant. Talking about this openly, discussing it,
dissuading people, braving the lathi charges and voicing an
opinion. Brilliant. Finally, we're become the no-nonsense
walas.
I'm really proud to be a part of this woken up youth. I am.
I'm angry too. I want to slap some sense into those idiots.
But something is going wrong somewhere. The anger is
turning into hatred. The awakening is just vengeance now.
This is not a just a fight for justice. It's a spiteful fight.
The movements and marches are becoming a vent. Just
giving more fodder to the 9 pm news walas. We can't
figure out what to do with the anger anymore.
I don't know how to make it right. I don't know what should
happen to those six boys. I'm not speaking against anyone
who does.
So I'm a part of this lost, misplaced youth too.
But whatever we do, we should come out feeling good.
Feeling happy, feeling noble. If nothing else, because that
girl who was raped deserves the nobility.
But is there a solution? Yes. Feel the shame. Be
accountable. But let the anger not make you irrational.
Make those six rapists feel the despair. Make them feel the
sorrow and remorse. Kill the monster inside them before
killing them.
Sohaila Abdulali, a rape victim, said in an article “Rape is
not inevitable, like the weather. We need to shelve all the
gibberish about honour and virtue and did-she-lead-him-
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on and could-he-help-himself. We need to put
responsibility where it lies: on men who violate women,
and on all of us who let them get away with it while we
point accusing fingers at their victims.”
Feel the shame. Be accountable. But let the anger not
make you irrational.
You probably think I'm saying this as a part of the meek,
idealist, chupa hua youth. The person who's too moralistic,
too saint-like.
No.
I'm saying this as a part of the tolerant, rational, mature
youth.
The kind that that is angry for a purpose.
The kind that knows not only how to march but march
orders.
The kind that not only finds faults but finds suggestions.
The kind that yells but yells meaningfully.
The kind that questions, critiques and blames but also
forgives.
The kind of youth that needs to lead the nation, not tear it
apart.
This kind is not too bad either.
Try it.
- Harini Warrier
SYBCom
Ria Jain- SYBMS
Reforms in Higher Education
Sector- Some Food for Thought
Sometimes it so happens that we are so busy focusing on
world issues that we forget to introspect and put our own
house in order. And then there are times when, we live
through systems and processes without seeing the big
picture. The recent agitation of degree college teachers
from colleges affiliated to the University of Mumbai against
the State of Maharashtra's apathy to the teachers' just
demands has set me thinking on a number of issues which
affect, directly or indirectly, the students' and teachers'
communities. The form of agitation, this time around, was
a call for boycott of exams conducted by universities and by
colleges on behalf of universities.The boycott was called for
by the Maharashtra Federation of University and College
Teachers Organization (MFUCTO). This organization has
members from 8 universities in Maharashtra,with
approximately 35 lakh students.The organization has
three main demands, firstly payment of the salary arrears
on account of implementation of the Sixth Pay Commission
in 2006. Secondly, the regularization of NET- SET affected
teachers appointed between the years 1991and 2000
which has become complicated due to numerous
conflicting circulars, notifications and resolutions released
by the Human Resource Development Ministry of India,
the University Grants Commission, High Court orders and
of course the Government of Maharashtra. Thirdly, the
organization protests against the declining public funding
on higher education which manifests in the reducing
number of grants to fill vacant posts in faculty. In 2012,
teachers had boycotted assessment work of TY exams. The
Government of Maharashtra gave a written assurance
regarding these issues in an agreement with the MFUCTO.
Almost a year since the agreement they did not keep their
promise. The extreme step of boycotting exams in 2013,
not taken in the last 30 years of our struggles,is a last resort
to make ourselves heard.
The current agitation notwithstanding, I felt that some
concerns in the higher education sector need to be
highlighted and debated among the stakeholders in this
sector with some positive outcomes.Very harsh allegations
were made by students and parents that teachers were
holding them at ransom, disturbing their future education
plans for very selfish motives and so on. These are
temporary problems. The deeper malice and real concerns
in the higher education sector go way beyond these issues.
Firstly, whether higher education is a public or private good
is debatable. Therefore the nature and extent of public
funding of this sector is questioned. Secondly the syllabus,
teaching- learning techniques and learning resources are
redundant. Thirdly, the employability of graduates from the
system is very poor. Fourthly, the remuneration to teachers
is not comparable to other professionals making it
unattractive for highly qualified, talented people. This,
coupled with the contractualisation of jobs also leads to
discontent among younger teachers and high attrition rates
in the sector.This may hinder the development of
commitment in offering education services amongst the
contract teachers. Fifthly, there is the evaluation system.
The University Grants Commission recommends the
implementation of the Credit Based Grading System of
evaluation to match foreign university systems. This
system of continuous assessment requires, a healthy
student teacher ratio, tutorials for all courses, support staff
like tutors, adequate library resources, and access to
learning and information resources to students.The
foremost constraint in the University of Mumbai is the
skewed student-teacher ratio, time and space constraints
to conduct tutorialsfor each course and no provision to
appoint tutors for all courses in the university system.
These are the immediate concerns which need to be
addressed and resolved as a collective responsibility by all
stakeholders in higher education.
Some future and bigger challenges are, the inadequate
public funding of entire education sector, demand supply
gap between jobs in industry and graduates, inflow of
foreign investment in education sector, the outflow of
qualified teachers with the implementation of the GATS
provisions, and most fundamentally the quality of higher
education services in our country.So let the thoughts flow
and ideas emerge from one and all to set our own sector in
order. It is time to prepare a blueprint for reform of our
knowledge related institutions and infrastructure which
would enable India to meet the challenges of the future.
-Prof. Nirmala Chavan
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Fix Me Not
We need help. We are desperate and need professional
help. “We” are the youth of this nation. We are vile, lazy,
indecent and a threat to society and tradition. These are not
my views but the views of some groups, people and
organizations. They have flogged us on Valentine's day,
sent us to jail based on archaic laws and threatened us with
death and ouster from community if we believe in love.
First, we had some political factions telling us we are too
western and that we don't respect Indian traditions. Then
we had Khap Panchayats telling us that we should be
controlled, that freedom for women and that freedom to
choose your life partner is non-existent. If that wasn't
enough, enter a guy in the police uniform not to uphold the
law but the “decency of the society”. Vasant Dhoble has
been responsible for busting drug rackets, raiding
restaurants and eateries with irregular alcohol licenses and
arresting women on the basis of their clothing. The jury is
still out on whether his actions are making us a better
society. Are his dealings completely honest and whether he
was in the purview of the law to do so? But what it has done
is, given the hardliners a hero who gives their conservative
agenda a huge boost. No one argues with the strict action
against drug use and drunk driving.
But morality is not wearing what your society orders you to
and morality is not abstaining from alcohol. Morality is
judging between wrong and right and judging what actions
can harm others around you.
The Indian Youth is not perfect. We make mistakes and are
lost at some point in our lives. But you know who needs
more help than us? The gatekeepers of societal code and
conduct who think that what was relevant 100 years ago,
still makes sense in 21st Century India. The archaic and
sexist nature of old customs and traditions have long been
exposed and taught to our nation. Yet, a faction of society is
interested in reviving those practices. They say women
can't wear jeans and use mobile phones, that they should
fall in line with what the man wants and that to be on a date
on 14th February is a crime against the society.
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They disregard the Constitution of our country and say that
all these measures are to protect the women of the society
and maintain order in the society. Their skewed views have
given shameful conclusions that what a woman wears
tempts men to molest her. A woman has full right to wear
what she wants. A woman has the right to listen to her
parents and whosoever she thinks fit to tell her about her
clothing. But let me make one thing clear, a man's
shameful actions of molestation and abuse are
independent of any extraneous factors. It is his own doing
and it's a cause of deep sadness that a woman is blamed.
Women have right to safety and respect. If anyone closely
analyses these customs, one will realise that they are
meant to protect the “natural” order of male dominance in
our society. There is nothing wrong with having a nightlife
as long as we are responsible and don't hurt anyone. It is
completely fine for women to wear jeans in rural areas. The
eve-teasers and vulgar men need to be chided,not the girls.
A mobile phone helps in connecting one to loved ones. But
there are rural areas where the women have been
brainwashed into accepting the diktats of village heads.
The more I see such news and views, the more it makes me
question whether the India I belong to- is Gandhi's equal
and righteous nation or the ancient India-ignorant and
oppressed?
- Devang Pathak
TYBMS
Raghav Jain- TYBCom
How to Think 101
Whenever a discussion about Education begins, one
In this regard, I believe we need to add a subject to our
question always raised is this - what is the purpose of
education system. The subject of 'How to Think'. This
education? Is it to impart knowledge? Or to develop skills?
sounds strange doesn't it? But it is an extremely important
Or to understand complex issues?
skill. Let me explain what I mean by this. Thinking, like any
I believe it is none of these and all of these at once. The
with a formal one, most of us do it by instinct. This is a hit
other action, follows a process. Since we are not familiar
purpose of education is to enable us to think and reason for
and miss method- and a dangerous one to base social
ourselves. To be able to construct logical arguments and
opinion and policy on, don't you think?
judge arguments made by others. It is only when we have
this ability that we can verify the veracity of new
Without a clear process, we could miss out on investigating
knowledge, make the best use of the skills we and others
several aspects of an issue and can have seriously flawed
around us have and truly understand complex problems
arguments. For nearly every other subject in school, we
and solve them. Unfortunately, this is something entirely
follow a process. We have certain steps we follow in
neglected in our education system and the results can be
mathematics and science and even while writing an essay.
clearly seen in our everyday lives.
Thinking forms the base of any of these subjects and yet we
When I switch on the television to the news channels, the
comprehensively about any subject!
are not taught the steps to follow in order to think
cacophony of unintelligible, angry voices hits me hard. On
channel after channel, I see people speaking
Gathering information about the subject first, approaching
simultaneously and rudely to one another. Television
the issue from various points of view, substantiating beliefs
anchors seem like referees rather than journalists and
with evidence and logic, having a clear understanding of
sometimes they too, jump into the fray. The arguments
the difference between opinion and fact and studying
made by our leaders seem based on nothing more than
concepts of logic are the most basic things that will
their opinion and often it is one weighed down by biases
improve our quality of argument. These seem like pretty
and vested interests.
rudimentary steps but most of us don't stop to see if we
actually followed them before we formed an opinion. Many
We pride ourselves on being a country full of diverse
of us do not even study logic as a subject. It is not only
opinions. However, we seem unconcerned with what those
lawyers who need this skill. It is vital for every responsible
opinions are based on. To my mind, having baseless
citizen to have these skills.
opinions is completely unproductive and extremely
dangerous.Of course, it is only natural that a politician will
More often than not, we form an opinion and then go about
speak in behalf of his interests.
finding reasons to justify it. It is this kind of topsy-turvy
My worry is that most of us do not have the ability to reason
A society that cannot think clearly on the crucial matters
through their arguments and examine the gaping holes in
that threaten it is bound to crumble.
process that is reflected in our Parliament and civil society.
them. The main reason for this deficiency is the way we
learn and are taught in our schools.
When I say we must learn how to think, do not confuse it
with what to think. I am not advocating rigidity in thought. I
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am demanding thoroughness and logic. Whatever your
ability to develop sustainable solutions and come up with
opinion, it must be one that can be defended well- not one
creative ideas. We cannot be content to reproduce and
that relies on your ability to shout louder and take cannier
execute the outcome of the thinking of other nations any
pot shots at your opponent.
more.
As a nation, we stand on a precipice. If we are to grow and
It is only if we do this, that we can move forward from being
bring about positive change we will have to start spending
a nation of smart people to being a nation of thinking
some time truly pondering the major issues that plague us.
people.
If we are content to sit around a table, scream at each other
- Janani Rajashekar
and wait for outsiders to think for us, we have no hope for
TYBCom
indigenous innovation. It is only this that can improve our
What exactly went RIGHT?
It's so easy to get things wrong!
hard work! You may disagree, but trust me, it holds in good
Easier still, is to blame!
stead wherever we go.
“The Indian Education system? It's the pits, I tell you! They
just want to make students' miserable, that's all!
Whether it's the strong sense of competitiveness or our
'3 Idiots' got it right! It's just rote learning all the way!”
command over more than one language, the Indian
How many times have we heard this?
education system didn't get everything wrong.
Do you really want to count? It'll probably run into at least a
hundred times.
The fact that I could write this article without struggle and
So I ask... what exactly went RIGHT then?
you could read it effortlessly, is in fact, one of the many
Correct me if I am wrong when I say that preschool was the
things THEY got right! Anywhere in China, this article
best thing that happened to most of us.
would probably have been as difficult to comprehend as
rocket science.
Am I wrong when I say I have seen students from the US of
A struggle with mental math, while we can calculate the
And when this very education system produces people like
price of and buy 250 grams of cauliflower within a few
Dhwanit Shah who went on to discover the gene at Harvard
seconds?
which may be responsible for Anaemia, every Indian worth
Weren't Wren and Martin by far our greatest saviors and
his salt will tom tom the fact that HE is an Indian and that
reference book in school, a day before our English exams?
the foundation created in school and college is what is
Break down the bigger picture and you will see that it isn't
responsible for this kind of success.
that very difficult to appreciate what we have!
To design a system of education where millions and
Take for example 'uniforms' – In a school where each region
millions of diverse students study the same course is no
of our diverse country is represented, this piece of cloth
easy feat and India has managed to achieve this rather
managed to erase all geographical lines and ensured we
well. We are so obsessed with finding flaws with everything
were one big happy family! Not many countries can boast
we have that we can't find the time to appreciate it – it's not
about this kind of unity. And the one thing we were taught
the best, I'll give you that, but it isn't that bad either!
early in life by our education system is the importance of
- Purvashri Vora
TYBCom
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Towards Gender Equality
I often reminisce about this one time when we had to write
an essay in school on 'The India of my Dreams'. While its
contents are now vague in my memory, I certainly don't
remember having a definitive, singular vision for our
country. But then, I was just a child, living in a world,
insulated from reality. All naiveté lost, forced to finally
come face to face with the demon in disguise which we call
'the real world', I can't have a clearer picture today of what I
want for India-a state where men and women are accorded
the same importance and given the same opportunities in
every realm of life and society.
Wait, did I hear a scoff of derision? Seems like the
unattainable dream of an incurable optimist? A utopian
concept in this Erebus? Well, your response is justified.
Yes, I too read the newspapers. I am aware of the
innumerable misogynists who have conveniently adopted
the guise of Khap Panchayats and politicians like Narendra
Modi. Increasing number of rapes in the country? Well it's
obviously because women are getting an education and
using cell phones!
The best political argument to oppose the UPA- Sonia
Gandhi 'not knowing how to run a kitchen', right?!
Malnourishment in Gujarat? Duh, it's 'figure-conscious'
girls who are to be blamed. And how can we forget
Sriprakash Jaiswal's pearls of wisdom-'wives lose charm
over time'.
The scenario in our country looks at best dreary, with a
major part of society filled with gritty determination to
prove Darwin's theory of evolution wrong, with their
archaic laws and regressive mindsets. A woman is judged
for not wanting to marry and spending her life in the
kitchen or for choosing to work in corporate houses. She is
deemed to be of poor morals for dressing a certain way or
for exercising her freedom of expression. She is labelled
'promiscuous' for setting her foot out of the house after a
certain hour. She is called blasphemous for not wanting to
raise children.
Why aren't men put under the radar and judged by the
same yardsticks? Why do women have to put up with such
discrimination? Why aren't they still given the same
opportunities as men in a country which is one of the
fastest growing economies of the world today? Women are
called incompetent when the truth is they have never been
given the same platform and independence as men to
display their prowess.
All of this has to stop. We need to come together and put
our foot down. We can't condone the injustice doled out to
us anymore. This change has to be put into motion even at
the grass root level.
The situation is not hopeless. The number of girls enrolling
for higher education is steadily on the rise. Women like
Chanda Kochar and Tarjini Vakil have shattered the glass
ceiling. There are parts of the country, metros like Mumbai
and Bangalore mostly, where women are not judged for
their clothing and lifestyle choices. Their independence is
looked at as an achievement in certain enlightened circles
of society. Change is lurking just around the corner.
In a country populated by chauvinists and misogynists who
have historically dealt with their insecurities by beating up
women, it's often difficult to see light at the end of the
tunnel. However, hope is one thing that has sustained us in
this long journey from the days when girls were married off
and made to bear children even before they attained
majority to the current scenario where an increasing
number of women are fearlessly making a bid for their
independence. And this hope is what will carry us further.
We have together proved to be the David to the Goliath that
is our misogynist society, culture and have come a long
way, dwarfing even the most insurmountable obstacles.
Would men have been able to do the same? Gender
Equality is not just a dream anymore, us women together
have made it a distant but certain reality.
“You may shoot me with your words,
You may cut me with your eyes,
You may kill me with your hatefulness,
But still, like air, I rise”
-Maya Angelou.
- Shamta Thakkar,
FYBCom
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Disconnected
A group of children were sitting in a circle with their
teacher. She was asking them questions by turns.
“Dev,what noise does a cow make?” “It goes moo,” he
replied.
“Alice, what noise does a cat make?” “It goes meow.”
“Jamie, what sound does a sheep make?” “It goes baa.”
“Jennifer, what sound does a mouse make?” “Err it
goes…click.”
A laptop switched on and a smart phone held in one hand.
The current generation is constantly chatting on Blackberry
Messenger, Whatsapp, SMS, Facebook, Twitter and email.
Slogans like “connecting people”, “where ever you go, we
follow”, “stick together”, etc. all indicate better
communication and connectivity.
Technology seems like a wonderful boon for all of us,
doesn't it? However, I titled this article “DISCONNECTED”.
Ironical.
It's a paradox that the very tools that are meant to facilitate
communication with each other are isolating us. While
most of us network digitally, we are losing personal
interaction with everyone around them to the extent that
we don't even talk to each other anymore. Messaging is the
cheapest, fastest, convenient and safest mode of
communication.
We rack our brains to select the status and 'display picture'
we are going to update every day but how much time do we
spend pondering the really important issues? You need not
know English but you must be fluent in writing SMS
language. You need not have read any book but you must
know how to 'Google It'.
Aren't we then disconnected? Disconnected from a
peaceful life. Disconnected from family and friends (a' hi!
'Text is not what being connected means!).We have no time
to 'stand and stare' but only LIKE. Our lives seem to revolve
around these gadgets all day. We are often unable to think
beyond them. It has become the worst addiction among
the youth.
It is harmful for us to live such a wired life because it
disconnects us from getting a good education, our family
and the environment. We have become insular and
alarmingly self-centered. We need to be careful.
Or we could find ourselves cut loose from the real world
and any chance of achievement and meaningful thought
could become a hazy dream.
- Nirali Joshi
SYBCom
These are the days when before asking names, we ask,”
Are you on whatsapp?”
A “Hi!Wassup?” message flashing on the phone is enough
to bring a smile on our face, emoticons have replaced
expressions own our own faces, chatting has become our
passion, tweeting, Facebook and BBM statuses have
become a trend and the number of LIKES really changes
our decision. Not getting a reply at 6.30pm even though
his 'LAST SEEN' status was 6.13pm is the most dejecting
thing of the day.
Hardik Shah- SYBCom
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Not long enough
5 years is a long time.
But not long enough. Come this February, we third years
students will officially bid farewell to this college. Each
time an academic year ended, there was always 'the next
year';for the relationship to blossom, for the grades to
improve and time yet for college to end.
When something ends, it leaves us empty not because of
its end per se, but because everything that one associates
with it will now be set free. Everything shall slowly drift
away; the joy of bunking class and enjoying a conversation
over vada-pav, the nonchalant vague sense of
disappointment about missing yet another lecture because
you couldn't get up early enough, the head rush that comes
with breaking a college rule and the pride of having gotten
away with it, the relief (generally) that accompanies the
sight of a barely-spotless report card and the exhilaration of
suddenly, occasionally being thrust into the limelight.
These will now have to fight for a place in our hearts with all
the experiences that will follow.
Some memories may be triumphant and shall remain,
some may fade away to be replaced by new ones created.
But all those memories shall continue to live in the
collective heartbeats of all those with whom we shared the
most exciting half decade of our lives.
There will be a lot written about good times such as these
in the days, months and years to come, as has been written
in the days, months, and years past.
Because nostalgia is a funny feeling.
Nostalgia about the years of college is funnier.
It makes you cry about when you laughed, when you were
excited enough to think you owned the world, and stupid
enough to think that was true.
So cry when you bid farewell, cry when you hug some
people for the very last time, cry when you realise you won't
have to beat the lecture bell anymore, that you won't amble
around in the canteen looking for a familiar face.
Cry when you put on your ID card for the last time.
Cry because your college, the time you gave it and the time
it gave you are all worth it.
Go on....Cry.
Because ten years down the line, you wouldn't like crying
about when you didn't cry enough.
Five years is a long, long time, but not long enough.
- Dhruvin Mehta
TYBCom
Fighting Corruption:
The Role of the Civil Society
The nation is split in two. There are those who believe
change is a possibility and must be supported at any cost,
setting aside all cynicism. So they go on protest marches,
light candles, join fasts and come out into the open against
corruption and venality, knowing full well that in a society
like ours there is always a price to be paid for dissent.
On the other hand, there are those basking in the eternal
sunshine of the status quo. They are the privileged ones
who back current power equations for they fear that
change could subvert their cosy, comfortable world of give
and take. They see what I call the "hope brigade", as a
bunch of political upstarts anxious to break the queue. For
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them the Arvind Kejriwals of the country are dangerous. He
emerged with no real money, no patronage,no political
party to back him and yet won the support of so many
people. How will the status quo survive?!
In all of the politics and the corruption (which may well be
used as synonyms today), where do we, civil society, fit in?
Is a 40 character tweet about how angry you are enough to
make yourself heard? Is a Facebook status sufficient? The
problem is, we are not ready to step out and I mean that
very literally!
On a personal front the optimist in me strongly felt that
there would be change after turnouts like the ones we saw
last year. The government, however, was banking on this
We need to stand up for what we believe is right and not on
a very superficial level as we do most of the time. A
cartoon, a tweet and an article isn't going to be enough! The
Egyptian revolution didn't have people tweeting their way
to victory! It involved people and millions of them stepping
out and fighting for what they believed in. Let's turn our so
called weakness (the population) into a major strength
because 100 million people screaming in protest would
send a shiver across any man's spine. He could be the sonin-law of someone powerful, a party chief or the local goonNo power is enough to suppress such might. The question
is, when will we realize that this dirt is for us to clean? It
was our silence that allowed it to accumulate in the first
place!
While all of us keep talking about how corrupt the
government is, we need to remember that we are a part of
this mess as well. The figures involved in these scams
involved make jaws drop but I sincerely believe that the
bribe we pay to the traffic policeman makes us equally
guilty! Just because it doesn't make it to the morning news
doesn't give you the right to point fingers. Jawaharlal Nehru
once said, "Merely shouting from roof tops that everybody
is corrupt creates an atmosphere for corruption. People feel
they are in a climate of corruption and soon get corrupted
themselves.”I wish someone in the Congress high
command would read this once in a while.
Hardik Shah- SYBCom
anger and public outcry fizzling out with a matter of time!
And, boy did we do a good job at proving them right! There
is no longevity to our movement.We didn't win freedom
overnight. I believe we need to look at this issue as
seriously as we did independence.
This attitude of acting only when we are the victims is going
to lead us nowhere. Truth to be told, we are the victims. I
mean let's face it- the monetary figures that we hear about
in these scams could potentially translate that dream of
turning our cities into their Chinese counterparts. Villages
could be supported efficiently. In the encoded social norms
of our country, corruption has become the rule of the day.
We need to get out of the shell that we've created for
ourselves!
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My major concern regarding our role today is the fact that
we've made the issue into one big joke! We try and find the
satire behind it all, forgetting that this issue needs to be
addressed and not mocked.
We always "settle" and often praise ourselves for being the
way we are through tough times. Absurd! Trains were
ripped apart. We go to work the next day. This is glorified as
the spirit of Mumbai! After 26/11, the fact that people
resume work post attacks made Mumbai the brave city.
Where is the part where we claim justice? If you're beaten
up by a bully in school and you go back the next day it
doesn't solve the problem! Isn't bringing that boy to task to
make sure he never does it again the right way out?
We need to wake up, wake up for good and fight the bully.
For all we know, he could be right here, within!
- Kush Ganatra
SYBCom
I Kid You Not
Full Disclosure: I am a C.A student. You probably won't
little. The search is now programmed to exclude articles
read ahead.
with words like “CA, CFA, CS, ICWA” when displaying the
results.
The entire lot of us is supposed to be boring and studious
and uncultured. I actually did CA based on a blog post. I kid
Everyone since 3 idiots came out has been saying “Do what
you not. Just before my tenth standard results, I sat on the
you love.” I am not going to tell you that. I think no one
computer and Google-d every possible profession that can
knows what they love until they actually do it. I know I love
be taken up in India. Every single one. I wanted to pursue
writing and reading (if only authors paid people to read
journalism at the time. In the course of my massive search,
their books!). I don't know whether I want to drop
I ended up on a youth magazine website that had articles
everything and go to literature school or learn how to make
written about various careers by a person pursuing it. The
grammatically correct sentences, however. Anyway, in a
journalist whined and whined and (my god!) whined some
few years people won't know what grammar is at the rate
more. Bad job, mister! And the Chartered Accountant was
that we are going, so why waste the time? Also, I couldn't
the funniest.So the deal was clinched. I was going to be a
carry off the kurta and jhola look (don't forget the chunky
C.A. Naïve, right? I know. Now!
jewellery!).
He had written about not knowing when rose day was
Like everyone who has ever Googled Steve Jobs (or read
celebrated and not getting to bump into any cute people
their 12th grade English textbook) knows, you can only
(because you were never in college after college hours). I
connect the dots looking back. May be the dots are meant
thought he was being funny. No, he was not! They didn't
to connect when I look back- even the sheer torturous C.A
have that disclaimer!
dots.
I have cleared two exams
There are only so many
out of a possible three,
people who can be
finished a year of carrying
dancers, writers, singers,
my two ton bag around
cricketers and actors. So
while travelling (an
let's pray that everyone
exercise called article
ends up doing what they
ship), not slept for more
love and we C.As will have
than 5 hours other than
our cash registers ringing
when I am ill and never
when tax return time
seen my house in the
comes, baby!
daylight. So why, you ask,
do I recall this life altering
piece of information after
Jitark Shah- SYBCom
- Trupthi Shetty
TYBCom
all the damage is already done?!Well it's because I am
searching again for every possible profession that can be
pursued in India. But the search has narrowed down a
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Mumbai
The only place in the world where bargaining with the fruit
After spending sixteen years in this city, I never fail to be
vendor is treated as a bigger problem than corruption,
amazed and find wonder when I explore a new part of it.
where people thrive on vadapav, where people have
From street side food to fine dining, from Maruti 800's to
managed to mix Hindi and English into their very own
BMW's, we have it all. Calling Mumbai the 'business
language 'Bombaiyya Hinglish' is Mumbai. Reading the
capital' of India conjures an image of it beingdrab and
above lines you may feel that Mumbaikars couldn't care
tense, like a city of concrete and stone, where only money
less. The truth is, that the very same people are hospitable.
matters. Ironically,the emotions, the liveliness, the noise
So much so, that they treat victims of accidents like family.
and the colours of the city, experienced especially during
monsoons are what make the essence of Mumbai.
Mumbai's spirit has been tested numerous times, during
terror attacks, floods and other calamities. It is amazing
Ask the even the most jaded Mumbaikar and he'll tell you
that its spirit could not be lowered by any of these
it's the place to be! A city often dirty and dusty, congested
disasters. The city seems wrecked on the eve of the terror
and aggressive- but one that dwells deep in every
attack, but by morning, everyone is back to their routine.
Mumbaikar's heart.
There is nothing about this city that hasn't been described
before. Heated arguments on the road, the high accident
- Pooja Shirali
rates and the humid weather sometimes make me wonder
SYJC
what keeps me so attached to the city. My answer is simple
and clear-because just a walk by the sea at Marine drive
makes my day. Although it is a 'dream' city to many, to me,
a Mumbaikar, it will always be my imperfect home. Maybe
that's what makes it so special!
Each time I watch my fellow Mumbaikars fight for justice,
for victims, for people they don't know personally, I feel
proud to be a Mumbaikar. What awes me is that the
sophisticated rich and the downright poor are separated by
a mere wall in this city. Lastly, the city has everything one
needs and suits all moods.
From earning your bread to finding a cozy home, everything
is extremely difficult in Mumbai. That's probably what
makes everyone love it! The struggle in life makes me
independent and each day I find myself dealing with new
situations, unexpected, though interesting. The
experiences that my city has given me, though not
appreciated by all, have definitely made me a better
person.
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Akash Desai
TYBCom
Not Without My Daughter
He slapped her so furiously and so hard that she fell to the
floor, weeping inconsolably. It wasn't true. It couldn't
possibly be true. She was quivering and her lip had begun
to bleed.
She sat there, on the living room floor, sobbing away. Her
petite frame looked frail when she cried. Who would have
said that this was a lady who had just heard the best news
of her life? Who would have said that this was a woman
who ought to have been celebrating the happy news with
family and friends? But here she was, abandoned in her
own house, left sobbing on the floor, tears staining a face so
beautiful, that it looked divine even as it bled.
She was baffled and hurt at the same time. She thought he
would be happy when he heard. She thought he would pull
her into his arms and thank her for the good news. She
thought she knew him.
Tears can be both – of sorrow and of joy
Life can play with us and use us like a toy
Life plays its game in a way so sly
In the end, we are just left behind to sit and cry
“It is either me or that girl”, he had said to her so coldly that
her heart froze. She was expecting their first child. The
tests couldn't possibly be true. It was a girl. A GIRL! He
was furious. She knew it. But his callousness had shocked
her, completely.
A million emotions were churning in her stomach at that
moment. Her eyes were moist already. How could he ask
her to choose between him and her daughter? THEIR
daughter!
She was angry. She was hurt. Hadn't he always loved her?
She had never seen this side of him – brash and cold. How
well educated he was! How could he still think so narrowmindedly? Wasn't she a woman, too? If he could love her,
then why was it so difficult for him to love his daughter?
So many questions we have to live and face
The scars of life, nobody can erase
Decisions are always difficult to take
Our choices can help a million destinies make
She sat silently and recollected how she had grown up in
an orphanage. Her parents had apparently abandoned her.
She knew how it felt. She had always looked forward to
being a mother. She had always wanted a baby daughter –
her own small, innocent and beautiful princess. The little
doll she would pamper with all her love. She had always
dreamed of how she would give her daughter all the love
and care in the world – something that she, herself, had not
been fortunate enough to receive. She wanted her daughter
to live the life that she had never lived herself. She had
always wanted a daughter. A daughter she would know too
well.
Dreams most certainly don't always come true
We always wonder how time came and when it flew
Courage is a habit that bites us hard
But does it matter, if we fail to play the right card?
The long silences at home had begun to trouble her now. It
was almost a month, and he still hadn't arrived after 'that
fateful day'. She was tired and drained. She missed him.
She missed being loved by him and his family. She missed
being loved at all. There wasn't a single day when she
hadn't cried. How did things take such a bad turn? She had
to make a choice. But what about her daughter?
The little innocent life – so pure and unaware of the cruel
world she was going to be born in. How could she be so
unfair to the little one? How could she kill her own
daughter? How could she betray her own unassuming
child?She was unsure if she could live without him. She
didn't know if her own happiness was reason enough to kill
the child.
She slowly closed her eyes, as she lay on her bed, waiting
to face another day.
The next day..
Headlines today:
25 year old woman jumps off 9 storeyed building in
Mumbai. Reports confirm she was one month pregnant.
Husband in police custody.
Suicide note said:
I love you…
…but not without my daughter.
- Kalindi Manek
TYBCom
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Mumbai Local
After a lot of thinking and soul searching I have come to the
As Kelly Clarkson rightly says, what doesn't kill you makes
conclusion that I love, lust and loath the local trains all at
you stronger or wait is that Friedrich Nietzsche who said
the same time. The Local carries more than 7.24 million
it?? Whoever did, the Mumbai local does make you
commuters daily. It has the highest passenger density of
stronger in every possible way and these women don't fail
any urban railway system in the world. Before you start
to surprise you every single time. If you have an exam they
reading any further, remember beauty lies in the eyes of the
will make sure nobody utters a word while you are revising
“ticket holder”
and if you are bleeding, sneezing or you have wardrobe
issue they will be there for you with a paracetamol or a
The local trains in Mumbai are a learning experience.
band aid or a pin.
A really interesting thing that I have realized about myself is
that trains have really taught me how to push my
I never feel lost in a train. It's like coming to some place I
boundaries. I mean literally you got to really push and push
can relate to, its one place where I am me! Seeing women
and push in order to enter especially in a fast train! Your
from all walks of life I realise that in the end life is like a
body parts no longer exist and it is sort of love one and love
Mumbai local full of surprises, smiles, laughter and tears!
all and smell all.
Every face has an untold story and I find a hero in each one.
Now imagine, its 6.32 am, your train leaves exactly at
With Love, a Ticket (trust me, you don't want to be caught
6.33 am. It's the time you put all your primary school P.T
sans one) and Peace!
classes to use and RUN.
- Hetvi Vora
FYBMS
No, the Chariots of fire soundtrack does not play in the
background. I now can win a 100 meters race if catching
the train was the prize because otherwise running is
something I would rather avoid.
Since the EPL or whatever football tournament they have in
England is on, I have always wondered that the teams are
actually train station or areas in London and around! I
mean if we had it in Mumbai it would be Dadar FC vs
Andheri United and if you throw in some white dudes we
have got our own legit league! Imagine the number of
brawls in trains this will increase if this ever gets popular or
let's just not!
Like what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas, nothing that
happens in the train stays on one. It is meant to be
publicized, shared and you have to gossip about it.
Akash Desai
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In defense of Chaos
“They sicken of the calm, who knew the storm”
Ever since I can remember, I've been accused of being
and I shall walk slowly together, silently laughing as you
disorderly, unorganized, irresponsible……… the list goes
whoosh past.
on. Members of the esteemed jury (a.k.a 'the society'), I
make my case thus:
Because the treasure you seek is right here. It always has
First off, confessions: Yes, my room is a mess. No, I don't
inventions- they were all born out of chaos. For it is only
know where I've kept that extremely important piece of
when you admit that you have no control that you can allow
been. The best ideas, the most moving stories, the greatest
paper. But rest assured its somewhere no one else can find.
yourself to revel in the mystery and chaos that is life.
Yes, that's me, running for the last train with a piece of toast
Because, after a point, plans cease to become guidelines
dangling between my teeth. No, I don't have my life
and turn into blinkers. And to realize your potential, you
organized in files that are alphabetically marked or shrunk
need to tear them off. Even if it is terrifying. After all, there
into smartphone calendars. And yes Amma, the shopping
is beauty in the breakdown.
list always does turn into a plane before I reach the store.
- Angela Sebastian
But let me also confess, it is fun this way. Every search is a
SYBCom
treasure quest (oh, the joy of seeking out that tiny hairpin!)
and every journey is an adventure (Vile Parle station at
7.01? Been there, done that!). Yes, there are those
moments when you're frustrated (where the hell did I put
that?!), but let's all just accept that the primary grouse you
have with chaos is not the little inconveniences it brings,
but rather that it requires the giving up of something that all
of us have been taught is sacred: CONTROL.
Letting go is never easy. Especially when the object in
question happens to be the assurance of stability. Control
may offer a feeling of empowerment; but it is only
illusionary. Chaos was the law of nature, it is said, while
order was the dream of man. Why?! Because it's easier this
way?
Well, allow me to take the hard way then. The payoff is
worth it: uncertainty is exciting, not a hindrance to plans;
blind turns bring with them the prospect of discovery, not
the helplessness of a defunct GPRS. Allow me my freedom,
ridicule me for not having a 'fall-back', shake your head
when I eat ice-cream in the winter. For while we both walk
along the same path, yours is but a race to the top. Chaos
Jitark Shah- SYBCom
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Learning to Drive
My journey of learning to drive was one fraught with
excitement (mine) and terror (that of my teachers').
On my first day I could barely pay attention to what my
instructor was saying. I simply wanted to get into the car
and drive. How hard could it be, right? Wrong.
In that thirty minute lesson, I managed to stall the car nine
times. The music in the car was the alternating melody of
the frustrated growls of my instructor and the shrieks and
winces of his other students in the backseat. Nevertheless,
I enjoyed myself. That, I told myself, is what really counts.
My lesson on driving on the highway was one that drew a
scream even out of my unflappable instructor. Driving at
90km/hr, when cars started zipping past me, I panicked,
let go of the steering wheel, covered my ears and eyes and
rocked back and forth. My poor instructor had to lunge
across the seat and catch hold the wheel all the while
screaming at me to open my eyes. Not surprisingly, he got
out of the car, banged the door hard and stalked into his
office to give me a refund at the end of the lesson.
By then, I had my license (clearly the RTO is not very
discriminating) and continued to drive with my father's
driver sitting next to me. He, who normally scoffs at seat
belts, fastened it as tight as possible, clutched the hand
rests and looked dangerously squeamish. Every time I
came within six feet of a car, he would start crying, “Brake
lagao…brake lagao” while pumping his foot vigorously on
the imaginary brake in front of the passenger seat.
Fortunately for me, and for others on the road, my driving
skills improved and I am proud to say I am now a proficient
driver. Oh all right…nearly proficient. ;)
- Janani Rajashekar
TYBCom
Negative 24x7
Gone are the days when newspapers were flooded with
reports on India's new space mission or accolades won by
our sportsmen or the brave front that our defense put up.
Today while skimming through the newspaper all we read
about are the numerous molestation cases, the various
scams and the pitiful scenario in our country. How many of
us are aware that 2012 was India's first polio free year?
This major public health milestone was given less than
quarter a page in the newspaper. Agreed the media need to
be informative and educate us on the mishaps and the
crime. However while the media was incessantly
overplaying the violence, crime, confrontation,
lawlessness, strikes and tragedy, India went on to achieve
laurels in 2012 which was not featured or was given blinkand-miss coverage in the paper. While the media is busy
emphasizing on the dark clouds, we too have blinded
ourselves to the silver lining around it.
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The Center for Media and Public Affairs did a study on
network coverage of murder. Between 1990 and 1995,
the murder rate in the U.S. went down thirteen percent
while network coverage of murders increased three
hundred percent. Thus even though the situation was
improving, it looked like it was escalating out of control.
The same applies to the incessant news about molestation
post the Delhi rape case.
Thus as CNN IBN battles it out with NDTV to get greater
viewership, their viewers are exposed to a very grim,
pessimistic image of this world. It is high time that the
media starts educating us on reality and not only one
sombre aspect of it.
- Sansha Cornelio
FYBCom
What ails the Indian Economy?
Indian economy has come of age. From being an economy
governed by License Raj to an economy which is one of the
fastest growing in the world, India in the last 65 years of
independence with the GDP growing from 93.7 billion
rupees to 1.847 trillion dollars, has made world
economists stand up and take a look at its potential. In
2001, on the verge of economic advancement, India was
one of the BRIC nations on which the entire world had a
keen eye. Over the next few years, in spite of global
economic downturns, India was able to hold the
confidence in its economy and functioning.
However, off late as the global economy is still craving
stability, a whole set of grave problems face the once
shining and flourishing Indian economy. Once a BRIC
darling, the Indian economy riddled with corruption and
fiscal mismanagement is beginning to lose its shine. In fact
Jim O'Neill who coined the term BRIC has said India is the
BRIC nation that has disappointed him the most and that
rings the warning bell for us to look at the problems facing
the Indian Economy.
There are certain fundamental issues facing the Indian
economy, I would like to highlight the key problems facing
the Indian economy,
India's growth has more or less been credited to the
powerful performance of the services sector. As highlighted
by Rakshit Pandey in Business today, Global powers rise
and fall with the ebb and flow of their manufacturing
sector, irrespective of time and geography.18th century
Spain, 19th century Britain and 20th century United
States of America rose as global economic powers in their
respective eras on the back of a flourishing manufacturing
sector. And keeping up with the trend is China whose own
share of global output has risen from four per cent in 1990
to 20 per cent in 2010.
India's need for its manufacturing sector to grow, prosper
and expand dramatically stems from its sheer potential to
create multipliers. According to the Asian Development
Bank, in China, every 1% growth in GDP has reduced
poverty by 0.8%, whereas in India 1% growth has reduced
poverty by only 0.3%. This is because India's growth driver
has mostly been services, and not manufacturing. On the
job front, it is estimated that every job created in
manufacturing has a multiplier effect of creating four
additional jobs in related activities because of its backward
linkages to other units. Thus, job creation in the sector can
be a major instrument for reaping the demographic
dividend.
The Indian services revolution may well be an alternative
development strategy as against the traditional
manufacturing-led paradigm but the cause of concern is
not the growth in the services but in the sluggish growth of
the manufacturing sector which is imperative in a
developing economy.
Taking the issue of India's demographic dividend further,
with the inability of the economic system to absorb the
labour population, the demographic dividend becomes a
demographic tax. A large chunk of the labour population
suffers from disguised unemployment or total
unemployment.
This situation of unemployment coupled with very low
expenditure of the government on education magnifies the
labour problems of the country which magnifies the evil of
poverty in the economy.
Infrastructure is one of the major areas of concern for the
economy. Indian companies on average lose 30 days in
obtaining an electricity connection, 15 days in clearing
exports through customs, and lose 7% of the value of their
sales due to power outages. In 2003-04, when investment
was high in infrastructure projects, India could achieve a
growth rate of 8-9%, however with the onset of 2011, and
unearthing of scandals, infrastructure projects as well as
investor confidence have taken a backseat As per RBI's
annual report investment in new infrastructure projects fell
46% in the year ending 31st March 2012.
Current Account Deficit in India is counter cyclic, i.e. it
rises when output falls and not when demand rises. A fall in
GDP from 8.4% to 6.5% in 2011-12 and rising oil prices
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contributed to a high CAD in that fiscal and in spite of
softening of oil prices, since supply remained sluggish and
imports grew CAD reached a record high of 4.9%. All of
this cupled with erratic foreign equity inflows and outflows
have contributed significantly towards rupee depreciation
which hit a record low of 56.57 against the dollar.
With 90% of government expenditure still being towards
subsidies coupled with slower tax revenue generation amid
weaker domestic growth have contributed to a fiscal deficit
of 3.37 trillion rupees
Our inflation is driven by increasing fuel and hightechnology imports, with rising oil and coal prices and
structural constraints on capacity and productivity — aside
from expanding demand as purchasing power increases.
No one knows what to do about controlling inflation —and
so possibly it becomes the No. 1 policy problem in the
country.
when we need to spend more than five times that amount
just to keep pace with current levels of education?
We are definitely in a problem but as Indians we are known
to rise in times of adversity, and rise we will. It is time our
policymakers take cognizance of the situation so that
together we can take India to its rightful position which is
nowhere except for the top of the world.
- Uzma J. Mandlik
TYBCom
Akash Desai- TYBCom
So, after 65 years of independence, there are 300 million
Indians who still can't afford two square meals a day, 700
million Indians still lack access to basic sanitation facilities
and we still spend only two per cent of GDP on education
French Section
La vie pour moi c'est un livre
La vie pour moi c'est un livre. Une histoire avec un
nouvelle raison qui sera de nouveau détruite... Je pense
commencement et une fin qui semble longue pour certains
que cela doit être dans la nature de l'homme de croire en
et pour d'autres courte ... moi en ce moment ça serait «
quelque chose que lui-même s'est fait au fil des années . . .
longue ».Un livre avec une intrigue principale au début à
une sorte de leçon qui semble indispensable pour vivre.
laquelle s'ajoute petit à petit d'autres intrigues qui ne
Alors voilà, la vie pour moi c'est comme un livre où il y a
cessent de se multiplier au fil du temps. Ces petites
plusieurs intrigues et raisons que nous rencontrons au cour
intrigues qui vous font perdre la raison au bout d'un
de l'histoire mais à la fin est ce que le dénouement clarifiera
moment, la perte de cette logique qui vous semble acquise
tout? Qui sait . . . probablement.Moi si je vis c'est par
et véridique, est ressentie comme une catastrophe causée
simple curiosité ... comme beaucoup non? Dans cette vie,
par trop de retournement de situation. Pourtant avec le
je rencontre des gens formidables, tellement
temps vous vous rendez compte qu'en réalité elle n'était
extrordinairement extremes, hors du commun. qu'ils
pas si logique que ça . . . alors l'on se refait une raison qui
deviennent une drogue . . .et puis la vie continue !
parait cette fois plus authentique, pendant un certain
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temps, jusqu'à ce que d'autres perturbations détruisent
- Shrina Popat
encore cette raison ...Et l'on se refait encore une fois une
FYBMS
City Lights
Poetry comes out while I am stuck in traffic,
All are a mixture of everything, yet have one stronger
The kind that need not be written or told.
theme.
They are only to be heard by self,
So someone is a love poem, and someone tragic,
like the image my city beholds.
Someone inspiring and someone still a nursery rhyme.
And to many they seem stray away from logic.
Amidst deafening honks & blinding headlightsTo leave me humbled, the words come to me
Someone is a free verse, and someone is 'abab',
As comes my favourite raga
Someone is a ghazal, and someone a ballad.
Unasked, yet on my lips, like bhimpalasi.
Someone is a sonnet, and someone an ode.
And some don't know what kind of poem they are, not
The eunuch giving away blessings,
yet.
Now makes 'her' way to me, or makes 'his' way to me.
We were never taught how to address eunuchs
When we were kids, were we?
In the shimmering city lights while I head home
And many leave home for work,
One poem meets the other lakhs of them
What people cannot figure out, they ignore
In a city where good or bad hardly lurks.
What they are not bothered about, they put it as grey.
So eunuchs were left out of the seniors, the juniors,
And I am reminded, 'A poem is never finished,
the relatives & the strangers,
only abandoned.'
The courtesies, the smile, the nod, the hello & the
Not even the one that is made
namaste.
When all lakhs of them are put together to make one.
As I open the car window, the traffic light turns green.
I don't search for a notepad or my phone;
It is not a road, but many lives that I am crossing-
because I breathe in the irony, I live here everyday.
Of the beggars and the choosers,
So this one need not be written,
Of people who make a living out of trying,
it will stay.
-Ankita Shah
Of the children who know more than you and me,
TYBCom
Of the 10-year-olds reading on the ipad,
Of the 12-year-old mothers and cons,
Of the teenagers living the dreams they never had,
Of the men with no hands writing their destiny,
Of the men pursuing happiness at the wrong places,
Of the women who are constantly living several lives,
Of the women who are proving themselves since ages,
Of all those people whose poetry is struggling
To find a fitting place, as does ours.
Because everyone is a poetry in motion;
Each a Wordsworth, a Whitman, a Rumi, a Frost.
Poulami Chatterjee
- SYBMS
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Will you Merry me? She
It begins with that awkward silence
The tiny eyes, at night, they shine bright
The smile, and fear of anticipation.
Working and toiling and studying, to get that maths sum
Who will break the pleasantries first?
right.
Will this flock of people accept me?
In the rain or sunshine or in severe cold
Tell them that cool band you like
The little hands plead to let them pencils hold.
Don't tell them how you hate a Blackberry!
No Ma, I want to go to school', we hear her voice
They have to accept you and want you
But by birth, for her, they have already made another
Do you want to be alone the next time they make a plan?
choice.
Impress them…tell them what they want to hear.
Every day she fights her wars and battles and other pains
Say something funny, avoid something stupid
Praying to let her touch the sky and not tie her up in chains.
Soon it will be like you were born with them
She doesn't mind taking efforts to learn the A and B
You will be the Star of the Show
The future that lies ahead, she wants to be able to see.
You will lead from the front
They tell her that she is now of marriageable age
You will make them laugh
Without her permission, they trap her in society's cage.
Or they will just text you ROFLOL.
You will move your feet and hands in dance
You can take some effort for me', she silently pleads
With her fury and pain, her little heart bleeds.
But you will still never come close to being good.
She would have been different had they let her be
You want acceptance reception, recognition, affection
One day, she has decided, she will break free.
And you will get all that you want my son…
But don't you for once forget that it's all just for the sake of
laughter
- Kalindi Manek
TYBCom
They come together in mirth and frolic
And bear apart in pain and anger
When you look for a shoulder to cry on
Walls of your house will be your best friends.
And blame them not for this folly
It's just how they are caught in this world of make believe
fun
Where it's easier to laugh and make laugh than to be there
to wipe a tear.
Emotions they hide in walls of cold eyes
Weaknesses they shrug off with each glass of wine.
So son if you can't be like them
Join and Be Merry till time goes away
Till you realise how lonely in this crowd you are
All over again…
- Devang Pathak
TYBMS
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Mahima Bhaloti- SYBCom
An Ode To You
The amalgamation of thy heart with my heart
Is like a continuous celebration
The Burning
Desire
The purity of thy feelings, the faithfulness of mine
A man went to a well one day
Have formed a perfect combination.
He tossed a coin and wished for wealth!
The connection of my soul with thee
He got a mansion, money and a fancy car
Has made us both inseparable
He thought he got everything he had desired so far
When thy eyes met with mine
The feelings were inexplicable.
He tossed a coin again, and to God he said
“Take away allthat you haven't made”
When thy hand held my hand
I felt a pure, endless affection
God kept everything intact over there,
When you held me in your arms
He only took back the man's greed from the entire share
My heart had reached its destination.
The man grinned and looked up at the sky to say
The passion in your eyes when you look at me
"Thank you for making me immortally dead”
The love in your heart when you care for me
The fierce fire of your arms that provide warmth to me
As the spectrum was visible in the evening light,
The sweet smile on your face, including your smile to me.
The sun was dipping in the sea's plight.
Thank you, oh the one in heaven, you have indebted me
I feel so grateful, I cannot express to thee
- Kartik Kutmutia
TYBCom
This short poem is an ode to you
A small tribute to you, oh mighty one...
but this is all I could do.
- Renuka Agrawal
TYBCom
Yash Ganeriwala - SYBMS
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Little Birds
We came here as hatchlings
Now the time to bid good bye is here,
Who feared the soft daylight
O crossroads of life, we have arrived.
Just out of the eggshell
Where each one will leave home in search of destiny
Innocent, immature and naïve.
Into the realms of the uncertain sky.
Untouched by the wisdom of time
It is only when the home is gone
Trusting the cautious instincts of our fragile minds
And you wander into lands unknown
Every new stranger we encountered
That you realize the value of what you had,
Was met with distrust in our eyes.
And what it feels to be all alone.
But you saw the twinkle behind the distrust
All these years over here,
And embraced us with open arms
We cribbed about the prickly nest
Drenched us in the never ending ocean
How these nettles of rules and discipline hurt
Of your motherly warmth.
And exams sapping our zest.
You fed us with the grains of knowledge,
We have got the freedom we craved for so long
Quenched our thirst of curiosity.
But paid a heavy price in exchange
Taught us how to peck on the fruits,
Now our uniform is gone, punishments and interesting
Of values golden and sweet.
lunch breaks
You tried to break our silence
Just seems out of range.
And made our shy voices chirp.
Encouraged us every moment
Each winter the birds migrate
Till we became confident birds.
Then return to where they began
Alma Mater, I won't miss you…Coz no matter what or
Showing us the dazzling sun,
where,
You ignited the desire of flight,
I'll always keep coming back again.
You said, “That's where you can reach,
Only if you try and try.”
- Aaradhana Jhaveri
FYJC
Raghav Jain- TYBCom
98
N.M. Days
I waited and waited for this day,
When college would be over and we would move on.
No more lectures, no more studying
Move a step ahead on the ladder of life.
But now when I look behind,
There are only tears and memories left.
I wish I could freeze time,
Live all those years again.
Everything that once made me cry,
Leaves a smile on my face now.
There was a time when I would wait for the five years to get
over,
But now, there is a part of me that I will leave behind.
So many thoughts yet in my mind
So many conversations yet left unspoken.
What will I do without those friends,
Who know every tear behind my smile, and the happiness
behind those tears.
Those friends who spoke truth without fear,
I will miss the professors, the good mornings in the
corridors and the frequent visits in the staffroom,
Their scolding, their appraisals and memoriesare all that I
take.
The college life, these wonderful memories wouldn't had
been there,
The only thing I wish is for college life to never end.
Even if we don't laugh together any more,
I'll smile by just remembering my college days,
I am really going to miss my N.M. days.
Easier said
than done
It is easy to cry when someone is dead,
But when you cry for someone who is alive,
It means you care, and you cry over that someone's pain.
It is easy to miss someone when they are gone,
But when you miss someone even when they are around,
It means they are going to be a part of you forever.
It is easy to pride over someone's success,
But when you find courage to push someone,
You know you see what noone else saw,
Success even in their failure.
It is easy to advice someone who has it rough,
But when you become a helping hand to them,
You know you are not going to let go.
So which one are we?
Where do we stand?
The free advisor?
Or the helping hand?
The clinging part of success?
Or the loving push of failure?
The lost love for someone gone?
Or true love for someone there?
- Sanuri Satiya
SYBCom
- Ruchita Modi
TYBCom
Umang Talati - SYBCom
Sahil Bhati - FYBCom
99
Hope
Her first dream, her first love
But the truth was this
Dance was her chance to fame they said
Dance was the language of her soul
She pranced so gracefully all day
Even if it meant moving with the help of a pole
For whoever wanted to see
She wanted to shine like a crazy diamond
What a beauty she could be.
And not be a piece of coal.
Then one day her world came crashing down
She put her dancing shoes back on.
Without a warning or a single sound
She went through chemo everyday
The doctor said she couldn't dance no more.
Tired and in pain she ended each night
Her feet didn't have the strength to grow
But determined to come out a winner in this fight.
The cancer had reached the centre of her bone
She made her way to recovery
She tried to swing but only managed to groan
With a zeal for life
She watched the other girls moving their feet
She beat the cancer and won over the strife
So gracefully and so much at peace
Yes life is tough and it will put you down
She missed the days when she walked the stage
Do not fret, do not fear
When the applause was deafening, difficult to gauge
Do not kneel, do not frown
It's then that she saw how much she missed
Make your way and live it through
She had lost her hair
For a better me and a better you.
Sometimes the most important thing to you falls apart. Sometimes the thing closest to your heart smashes to pieces in
front of your own eyes. Your biggest dreams remain just that ..Dreams.
But you know what the least you can do for yourself is not give up on that one thing that makes you complete :)
Khud bhi utho, aur uss baawri umeed ko bhi uthao
- Nirali Naik
TYBCom
Karan Shah - TYBCom
100
The Prayer of a
Living Dead
I stare up at the ceiling white
A man in a white coat by my bedside
Countless new years have passed in dismay
Without me batting the lash of an eye.
The cheeks pine for the touch of tears
Parched lips desperate to part in laughter
Wrinkled hands waiting to join in prayer
It seems fiction that I was ever a dancer.
Every day I fight a battle with life, and win
I may be the only one who wishes to die
But what more is my life than a cruel joke, a dark lie?
I can see no relatives, who anyway, I wouldn't recognize
Perhaps they stay away to avoid the pain of my silent cry
Nevertheless I have become burden on the world
Just a toy to show off, a clichéd talk in the journalists' circle.
Why, is it a crime to give up?
Coz the high benches deny me my last breath
Put me to sleep, O holy mother,
It's been so long that I have not slept.
I have no control over my mind, my dreams too blurred.
My thoughts blinding bright…
Have mercy, O Holy Father,
Take me to the heavens…
Embrace this child.
- Aaradhana Jhaveri
FYJC
Raghav Jain - TYBCom
Raghav Jain- TYBCom
The Veil
Nothing is as it seems,
The veil covers it all.
Truth above all,
For who is so brave enough to come out and lift the veil?
Or who is so chaste?
Everybody has their secret ambitions and motives,
But only some dare to come clean
While the others are waiting to be seen.
Biding their time in this hypocrite world,
Which speaks of peace, yet, is ever ready for war.
Oh! The two-faced humanity!
Sometimes regressive like the veil,
But at the same time transparent, nonetheless.
The meaning of which is as uncertain to me as it is to you,
But I shall find it…much sooner than you.
- Urvashi Vadodaria
TYBCom
Ria Jain- SYBMS
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esjk dkWyst dk lQj tc eSa NksVk cPpk Fkk
le> ugha vk jgk dSls “kq#vkr d#¡---- “kCn gh ugha gSa esjs ikl
vius ik¡p lkyksa ds ,u~- ,e~- dkWyst ds lQj dk fooj.k djus ds
fy,A ij vxj fy[kuk “kq# d#W¡] rks “kCn de iM+ tk,¡xsA
,slk izrhr gksrk gS] ekuks dy gh rks eSaus ,u~- ,e~- dkWyst esa viuk
igyk dne j[kk FkkA igyh ckj Ldwy ds okrkoj.k ls fudy ds
dkWyst ds okrkoj.k dk vuqHko fd;kA vkSj vkt eSa dg ldrh g¡w
fd ;g esjs thou ds lcls csgrjhu ik¡p lky Fks] ftUgksaus eq>s
thou Hkj ds fy, vuks[kh ,oa vn~Hkqr ;knsa nh gSaA
vktdy ,d “kk;jh cgqr izpfyr gS & fd&,d eqn~nr ds ckn
feyus okyh Fkh dSn ls vkt+knh ij fdLer rks ns[kks & tc
vkt+knh feyh] fiatjs ls I;kj gks x;k A
;g “kk;jh lHkh Vh- ok;- ds Nk=ksa dks lacksf/kr djrh gSA ijarq esjs
fy, dkWyst dHkh&Hkh dSn ugha FkkA eq>s dkWyst vkuk ges”kk ls gh
ilan FkkA “kk;n blhfy, vkt dkWyst NksM+rs gq, bruk nq[k gks
jgk gSA ,u~-,e~- us eq>s thou dk ,d u;k :i fn[kk;k] ,d
vPNk bUlku cuk;k] eq>esa ,d u;k tks”k vkSj mRlkg txk;k
vkSj eq>s vkRe&fo”okl djuk fl[kk;kA
vkt eSa tks dqN Hkh g¡w] og esjs ekrk&firk] ,u~- ,e~- dkWyst] esjs
I;kjs f”k{kd ,oa esjs lHkh lkfFk;ksa ds I;kj vkSj lkFk dh otg ls gh
laHko gqvk gSA dHkh&Hkh] dksbZ Hkh eqf”dy gks] gekjs f”k{kdksa us
ges”kk gekjk lkFk fn;k vkSj eqf”dyksa dk gy fudkykA vkSj gj
ifjfLFkrh esa vxj gekjs nksLrksa dk lkFk u gksrk] rks “kk;n geesa
vkRe&fo”okl u vkrk eqf”dyksa ds lkeus [kMs+ gksus dkA ,u~- ,e~dkWyst dh gj pht+ eq>s cgqr ;kn vk,xh----- og “kkar dejk]
gekjk csgrjhu iqLrdky; & tgk¡ ge “kkarh vkSj ,dkar esa cSBdj]
?kaVks i<kbZ fd;k djrs FksA gekjh vn~Hkqr d{kk,¡] tgk¡ geus vius
nksLrksa ds lkFk ik¡p lky fcrk,A dSaVhu dk xjek&xje [kkuk
vkSj mlds lkFk nksLrksa dh xjek&xje xi”kiA og dkWyst MsTk+
dh eLrh] lHkh lfefr;ksa }kjk vk;ksftr dk;ZØeksa ,oa
izfr;ksfxrkvksa esa fgLlk ysuk] meax dk fgLlk cuus dk ekSdk vkSj
mRlkg----- lc dqN vfoLe.khZ; gSA ge lHkh mu fnuksa dks okil
ikus ds fy, rjlrs gSaA dk”k! ;g iy ge nksckjk th ikrsA
eSa rgs&fny ls gj ml O;fDr dk /kU;okn djrh g¡w tks esjs ,u~,e~- ds lQj dk fgLlk cuk vkSj esjk lkFk fn;kA var esa eSa flQZ
bruk gh dg¡wxh & eSa Fkh] eSa g¡w vkSj ges”kk gh jg¡wxh & N Mite
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oks oDr fdruk vPNk Fkk
tc eSa NksVk cPpk Fkk
xksyh & VkWQh [kkrk Fkk
viuh /kqu esa jgrk Fkk
isVªksy ml oDr lLrk Fkk
ysfdu eSa iSny pyrk Fkk
u Qslcqd Fkk u dEI;wVj
gj pht fl[kkrs Fks Vhpj
ckfj”k esa ukpks rks et+k
fdpM esa dwnks rks et+k
u eEeh ij t+ksj ls fpYykrk
u ikik dks dHkh vdM+ fn[kykrk
u yM+fd;ksa dk ft+Ø djrk Fkk
cl i<kbZ dh fQ+Ø djrk Fkk
rc lc lkFk Fks esjs ;kj
oD+r us cnyh gS j¶+rkj
?kj dks NksM+k] dkWyst vk;k
eEeh&ikik dks ;¡w Hkqyk;k
;gk¡ xzqi esa jguk iMrk gS
lkWjh] FkSaDl dguk iMrk gS
vc QkWeZy curs tkuk gS
[kqn dks Þdwyß fn[kkuk gS
nj nksLr ;s dgrk gS
rw lwuk&lwuk D;ksa jgrk gS
lc iwNrs gSa] mnklh dh otg
muls cl dgrk g¡w ;g
oks oDr fdruk vPNk Fkk
tc eSa NksVk cPpk FkkA
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D;k vkt eqacbZ es efgyk,W¡ lqjf{kr gSa \
vkt ukjh u xHkZ esa lqjf{kr gS] u ?kj esa lqjf{kr gS] u xyh esa
lqjf{kr gS] vkSj lp rks ;g gS fd ukjh lekt esa gh lqjf{kr ugha
gSaA
,slh /kkj.kk gekjh curh tk jgh gS] /khjs&/khjs ;s /kkj.kk lp dk #Ik
Hkh ys jgh gSaA igys dgk tkrk Fkk] eqacbZ “kgj efgykvksa ds fy,
mruk gh lqjf{kr gS] ftruk dh fdlh jk’Vªh; cSad dk ykWdj]
ysfdu efgykvksa ls NsM+NkM+ vkSj vU; vijk/kksa ds dkj.k eaqcbZ
/khjs&/khjs bl VWx dks [kksrh tk jgh gS vU; jkT; vkSj jkt/kkfu;ksa
dh rqyuk esaA
gky gh esa 16 fnlsacj 2012 dks fnYyh esa fny nsgyk nsus okyh
“keZukd ?kVuk gqbZ] rks D;k eqacbZ ihNs jgh] dqN gh le; igys dh
ckr gS eqacbZ eykM lccZ ekyo.kh esa ,d ukckfyx yM+dh ls ianzg
fnuks rd nqO;ZOgkj gksrk jgk] ml yMdh us ianzg fnuksa rd u dqN
[kk;k] u dqN ih;k] vkSj cqjh n”kk esa ig¡qp xbZ] ijarq mlus fgEer
cka/krs gq, tSls&rSls cprs&cpkrs] ?kj ig¡qph vkSj ek¡&cki us mls
bT+t+r dh nqgkbZ nsdj njokts ls nqRdkj fn;k] vkSj var esa mls
ekSr dh iUkkg ysuh iMhA
;g rks dsoy ,d ?kVuk Fkh] ,d lccZ dh ,d dwps dh] lksfp,
eqacbZ esa fdrus lccZ fdrus dwps gksaxs tgk¡ ij ,sls “keZukd gknls
?kVrs gSaA
vkSj vkt rks gkykr ;s gks xbZ gS fd lkoZtfud LFkkuksa ij ;s
?kVuk,¡ vke gks xbZ gSa] HkhM+ ns[krh gS] rek”kk ysrh gSa vkSj ?kj pyh
tkrh gSA
ßukjh gh ns”k dh “kku] ukjh gh ns”k dk ekuA /;ku nks ukjh ds
mFkku ij] D;ksafd ge tkurs gSa fd ukjh gh gS ns”k dh tkuAÞ
dgk tkrk gS [kkyh fnekx “kSrku dk ?kj gksrk gSA dgha csjkst+xkjh
rks bldk dkj.k ugha gSa\ vxj bUlku dke esa yxk jgsxk rks mls
le; gh ugha feysxk fdlh vkSj pht+ ds ckjs esa lkspus dk ij lksp
dj vPNk yxrk gS tc eSa vius “kgj eaqcbZ ds ckjs esa lksprh g¡w dh
yksxksa ds ikl dke gS vU; jkT;ksa dh rqyuk esa vkSj ;g eaqcbZ esa
yksx vius vki dks vf/kd lqjf{kr eglwl djus yxrs gSa vkSj dqN
lkyksa esa dgus yxrs gS ÞeqEe eqEeq eqcabZ] eqacbZ gedks te xbZÞ
ijarq dHkh&dHkh Mj yxrk gS fd] dgha ;g /kqu mYVh uk gks tk,
vkSj gekjh eqacbZ gknlksa dk “kgj u cu tk,A
eqacbZ esa ukfj;ksa dk igukok dqN gn rd if”peh ns”kksa ls izHkkfor
gSA ij D;k fdlh ns”k dh lH;krk viukuk xyr gS?
ugha! xyr gS rks flQZ gekjh lksp vkSj ns[kus dk ut+fj;kA lekt
ds dqN Bsdsnkj tks euksjatu ds uke ij bruk fepZ elkyk
yxkdj ukjh dks vkSj dsoy ukjh dks bl rjg] ls izLrqr djrs gS]
fd pkgks u pkgks ekuo dh lksp xyr fn”kk esa gSA lekt curk
gS] lekt ds yksxksa ls] lekt ds yksxks ds fy, vc vxj lekt ds
dqN yksx Hkz’V gks tk,¡ rks iwjs lekt ij QdZ iM+rk gS] vc t+gj
FkksM+k fi;k tk,] ;k T+;knk fi;k tk, vlj rks iwjs “kjhj ij iM+rk
gS rHkh rks yksxksa dh lksp uj vkSj ukjh dks ysdj vyx&vyx gks
xbZ gSA dgh gj iy bl Mj esa dqN lkekftd yksx fd esjh csVh
dks ;s u gks tk,] oks u gks tk, esjh lekt esa D;k bT+t+r jg
tk,xh dqN ngst dh leL;k ls ?kcjkdj] dqN oa”k c<+kus dh pkg
esa csVh dks vfLRkRo esa yksus ls igys gh xHkZ es ekjus yxs gSA
pfy, ;s rks ckr gqbZ eqacbZ esa ukfj;k¡] lekt es fdruh lqjf{kr gSaA
ijarq ftUgksaus tUe ugha fy;k] muds fy, lekt D;k ;k ckgjh
yksx D;k mudk D;k dlwj gS fd mUgsa Hkh xHkZ esa gh ekj fn;k tkrk
gS? vxj ukjh dh lqj{kk dh ckr gks vkSj eSa ;g eqn~nk u mBkš] rks
ukjh tkfr ds lkFk ukbUlkQh gksxhA
T;+knk nwj ugha tk jgh g¡wA 6 tuojh] egkjk’Vª ds fonHkZ bykds ls
,d MkWDVj idM+k x;k] ftldk dke gh Fkk Hkzw.kgR;k djuk mlus
,d lky esa 172 Hkzw.kgR;k;sa dhA
dHkh dHkh eSa lksprh g¡w fd bldk dkj.k D;k gSA\
ukjh uj ij Hkkjh gS] ;k fo/kkrk us i`Foh ij Hkj.k&iks’k.k dk lkeku
dsoy uj ds fy, fn;k gS ukfj;ksa dks oks “kk;n cukdj Hkwy gh x;k
gSA
rHkh rks uj mls thrk tkxrk bUlku u ekudj vius miHkksx ds
fy, bLreky dh tkus okyh oLrq ekuus yxk gSA
vkSj fQj Hkh nkok djrs gSa fd] ;= uk;ZLrq iwT;Urs] jeUrs r=
nsorkAA
var esa vki lc tku gh x, gksaxs dh] eqacbZ esa ukfj;k¡ eqacbZ esa gh
D;ksa lkjs ns”k esa ukfj;k¡ fdruh lqjf{kr gS\
var es cl bruk gh]
xaxk dh dle] ;equk dh dle
lryqt dk eqgkuk cnysxk
dqN vki cnysa dqN ge cnysa
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vkSj lkFk esa cnysaxh
gekjh fopkj/kkjk,W¡ vkSj
gekjk ut+jh;k
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vkradokn ds fo#n~/k Hkkjr dh
“kkafriw.kZ uhfr mfpr gS
(1) vktdy vkradokn rks viuh pje lhek rd ig¡qp pqdk gSA
gjjkst dgha u dgha vkrad dh dkyh djrwrs ns[kus lquus dks
fey gh tkrh gSaA blfy, vkradokn vkt fo”o dh lcls
ToyUr leL;k dk #Ik ys pqdk gSA vkslkek fcu yknsu ls
ysdj dlkc rd dh ?kVukvksa dh ;kn djrs gh fny dk¡i
tkrk gSA
(2) nksLrksa vkradokn dk lcls nq[kn igyw ;g gS fd vkradoknh
laxBuksa es i<s+ fy[ks yksx Hkh tqM+ jgs gSaA vHkh dqN fnuksa
igys gq, vkradh geyks esa bathfu;fjax ,oa MkWDVjh dh i<+kbZ
djus okys Nk=ksa dk uke vk;k FkkA vkf[kj bldk dkj.k D;k
gS\ fd f”kf{kr oxZ Hkh bu laxBuks dh pisV es vkrk tk jgk
gSA bldk ewy dkj.k csjkst+xkjh gSA dgrs gS] “[kkyh fnekx
“kSrku dk ?kj gksrk gSA” cl fQj D;k\ jkst+xkj dh ryk”k
esa lh/ks&lkns i<+s fy[ks yksx Hkh vkradh laxBuksa ds Hkqykos esa
vk tkrs gSaA ;gha ls “kq# gks tkrk gS vkradh [ksyA
(3) lukru dky ls gh gekjk ns”k “kkafr dk izrhd jgk gSA
Hkxoku Jh jke ds vkn”kZ gh ns[k yhft,A vafre {k.k rd os
jko.k dks “kkafr dk ikB i<+krs jgsA ysfdu jko.k #ih vkradh
“kkafr dk ikB dgkW¡ i<+usokyk FkkA og rks vgadkj ds ean esa
pwj FkkA mldk var ogh gqvk tks gksuk FkkA
(4) vk/kqfud Hkkjr esa dka/kkj ds gkbZ tSd dh ?kVuk dks gh ys
fyft,A lSadM+ks ;kf=;ksa dh tku cpkus ds fy, dqN
vkradokfn;ksa dks NksM+ nsuk Hkkjr dh “kkafriw.kZ uhfr dk gh rks
ifj.kke FkkA
(5) blls igys xka/khth us Hkkjr ns”k dks vaxzst+kas ds vkrad ls
cpkus ds fy, vfgalk dk “kkafrikB i<+k;k FkkA mldk
lq[kn ifj.kke vkt ge lcds lkeus gSA ns”k dks vkt+knh
feyhA ge Lora= gq,A blfy, fdlh us [kwc dgk gS &
mudk tks dke gS] oks vgys fl;klr tkus
esjk iSxke eksgCcr gS] tgk¡ rd ig¡qpsAA
(7) dqN yksxks dk ;g dguk fd “kk;n Hkkjr vkradokn ds
fo#n~/k vkjikj dh yMkbZ ls Mj jgk gSA ;g loZFkk gh
vuqfpr gSA gekjs ns”k ds kzkafrohj Hkh vkt+knh dh yMkbZ esa
[kwu [kjkcs ds fo#n~/k FksA mUgkasus fo”oiVy ij viuh ckr
t+ksjnkj <ax ls j[kus ds fy, ,lsEcyh esa ce QsadkA ysfdu]
bl ckr dk iwjk /;ku j[kk fd mlls ,lsEcyh esa mifLFkr
yksxksa dks dksbZ {kfr u gksA os pkgrs rks ogk¡ [kwu [kjkck dj
ldrs FksA ysfdu mUgksaus ,slk ugha fd;kA gkykfd mu
kzkafrohjksadks Qk¡lh ij yVdk fn;k x;kA ysfdu ge vkt
Hkh mudh [kwu [kjkcs ds fo#n~/k “kkafriw.kZ uhfr ds dk;y gSA
okLro esa 26 uoacj dh vkradoknh ?kVuk Hkkjr dks
ikfdLRkkUk ds fo#n~/k yM+kbZ ds fy, mDlkus dh ,d pky
FkhA ysfdu ,slh fodV ifjfLFkfr esa Hkh Hkkjr ds /kS;Z dh nkn
nsuh gksxhA
var es “kkafr nwr Hkkjr ds fo’k; es bruk fy[krs gq, eSa viuh
fy[kkoV dks fojke nsuk pkgrh g¡wA
(1) tgk¡ ,d ra= gks iztkra=] dsoy dgus dks gks Lora= tulsok
ds vf/kdkj rys] uSfrdrk dk O;kikj pysA
(2) ijra= flldrh gks turk] dsoy dgus dks gks Lora= lq[k
lk/ku gksrs gq, gt+kj] “kkfUr dk Lo.kZfogku ugha og esjk
fgUnqLrku ughaA
& dfork xqIrk
ÁFke o’kZ okf.kT;
“nkxh u dHkh rksi] u canwd pykbZA
okg js Qdhj! rwus [kwc djkekr fn[kkbZAA”
(6) vkradokn ds fo#n~/k Hkkjr dh “kkafriw.kZ uhfr dh f[kykQ+r
djusokys yksxksa ls eSa iwNuk pkgrh g¡w fd D;k vkradh laxBuksa
dh rjg [kwu [kjkck djuk gh bldk ,d mik; gSA ikxyksa
ds lkFk ikxy cudj fdlh dh tku ysuk dgk¡ dh cqf)eRrk
gS\ mlds fy, “kkafriw.kZ uhfr dk lgkjk ysuk gh loZFkk
mfpr gSA gekjk ns”k viuh mlh uhfr dks viukdj fo”o esa
viuh dwVuhfr dk yksgk euok pqdk gSA vkt lkjk fo”o
vkradokn dh tM+ gekjs iMkslh ns”k dks “kd dh fuxkg ls
ns[k jgk gSaA vesfjdk us rks ikfdLrku dh lgk;rk jkf”k Hkh
de dj nsus dh ?kks’k.kk dj nh gSA [kSj&
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Hkz’Vkpkj
f”k{kd
flDdksa dh [kud vkSj uksVksa dh [kw”kcw tks yqHkkrh gS
oks dgk¡ eerk dh egd ls thr ikrh gS]
flDdksa dh [kud vkSj uksVksa dh [kw”kcw tks yqHkkrh gS
oks dgk¡ Qwyksa dh rkt+xh dks gjk ikrh gSAA
“Hkys vklek¡ esa gks rkjs dbZa
exj panzek rks ogh ,d gSA
Hkys efLtnsa vkSj f”koky; dbZ]
esjk Kku eafnj ;gh ,d gSA
gS vkxs gh vkxs fudyuk gesa]
ugha eqf”dykas ls gS] Mjuk gesaA
lnk I;kj ds Qwy cjlk,¡ ge]
ugha nq”euksa ls yM+uk gesaA
tks f”k{kd gesa ,slk lans”k nsa]
oks nsoksa esa esjs ije nso gSaA
Hkys vklek¡ esa gks rkjs dbZ]
exj panzek rks ogh ,d gSA
Hkys efLtnsa vkSj f”koky; dbZ]
esjk Kku eafnj ;gh ,d gSA”
iSlksa dh Hkw[k vkSj rkdr dk pLdk gS tks eq>s yxk
dgha [kks uk tkm]¡ bUgha esa eSa ,s [kqnkAA
nwj ls Hkz’V yxrs gS lHkh
muds twrksa esa tkdj nqfu;k ns[kks rks dHkh
ifjfLFkfr;kW¡ gks tkrh gSa rax
vkSj dqN T;knk dekus dh vkl gks tkrh gS lax
dkyk /ku j[kdj uhan ugha vkrh gS
ijarq dher ysrs le; t+ehj dh cqfu;kn fgy tkrh gS
D;k feyuk gS gjke dk [kk dj
fQj iNrkuk gS thou esa flj ihV&ihV djAA
“fo|k dh ;s uxjh]
gS LoxZ ls I;kjhA
f”k{kk ds egRo dks uksVksa ds rjkt+w esa rksyk tkrk gS
vktdy f”k{kk ds HkaMkj dks bl rjg yqVk;k tkrk gS
bYe dks fdrkcksa ds cks> dk eksgrkt cuk fn;k tkrk gS
ckdh lc dks njfdukj dj fn;k tkrk gSAA
bu f”k{kdksa ls ;g]
yxs vkSj Hkh U;kjhA
ges dt+Z pqdkuk gS]
drZO; fuHkkuk gSA
& vCnqYk dkfnj HkaMkjh
,l~‐ok;-ch‐,e~-,l~
f”k{kk feyh gS gedks]
dqN dj fn[kkuk gSA”
ek¡
& dfork xqIrk
ÁFke o’kZ okf.kT;
vkt tc nksigj Hkw[kh fudy tkrh gS
rks ekW¡ rsjs [kkus dh cgqr ;kn vkrh gS
tc uhan ugha vkrh gS
rks oks ekW¡ dk nqykj eu dks lrkrh gS
;s fnu tYnh chr tk,¡
eSa dqN crkrk ugha] dgha mudh vkW¡[kks esa vk¡lw u vk tk,W¡
lgu djrh Fkh gj u[kjs esjs
dgrh Fkh [kk ys dqN csVk esjs
oks ;knsa vkt #ykrh gSa
ij dqN ikus ds fy, dqN dher Hkh nh tkrh gSAA
& vCnqYk dkfnj HkaMkjh
,l~‐ok;-ch‐,e~-,l~
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Hkk’kkokn] {ks=okn o izkarokn ls jk’Vª dh
izxfr ckf/kr gksrh gS
Hkk’kkokn] {ks=okn o izkarokn ls jk’V/ dh v[kaMrk gh ns”k dh izxfr
dk ewy dkj.k gSA ge Hkk’kkokn] {ks=okn] o izkarokn dh xqgkj
dsoy vks{kh jktuhfr ds rgr djrs gSaA u blesa ns”k dh laL—fr]
lH;rk] uSfrdrk o vkfFkZd jktuSfrd ewY; dh ladYiuk
lfUufgr gksrh gSA cl fo[kaMu dh jktuhfr dks c<+kok feyrk
gSA fofHkUu Hkk’kkvksa ds dkj.k oSpkfjd ewY;ksa ds vknku&iznku esa
ck/kk ig¡qprh gSA tgk¡ ns”k dh ,dkRerk dh ckr mBrh gS ogha
Hkk’kk mUgsa foyxko okn dh izsj.kk nsrh gSA {ks=okn o izkarokn rks
ns”k dks xrZ esa ys tk jgk gSA
ns”k dh “kh’kZLFk iz”kklu iz.kkyh izkarokn ds dkj.k dqBhr gks tkrh
gSA iwjs ns”k ds fy,] iwjs ns”k ds fgr esa tks dkuwu O;oLFkk ykxw dh
tkrh gSA og izkarokn ds dkj.k fdUgh izkarksa esa fojks/k dh
Hkkoukvksa ls ugha py ikrhA ;gh dkj.k gS fd iz”kklu iz.kkyh
vlQy gks tkrh gSA dsanzh; “kklu iz.kkyh dh vlQyrk lewps
ns”k dh vlQyrk gksrh gSA egkjk’V/] caxky] vle blds Toyar
mnkgj.k gSaA izkarokn ds uke ij ekj&dkV] >xMs&fookn o
vkradokn ds izk#i tks iSnk fd, tkrs gSa muls izxfr ckf/kr ugha
gS rks D;k fodflr gksrh gS \
eSa ns[krh g¡w fd caxky dk egkuxj dksydkrk “kgj m|ksx /ka/kksa dk
tud ekuk tkrk FkkA fodkl dh izfØ;k esa “kh’kZLFk FkkA ysfdu
ogk¡ ds Hkk’kkokn] izkarokn o {ks=okn us vkt mls gekjs egkuxjksa esa
U;wure LFkku ij ig¡qpk fn;k gSA pkgs ftl ns”k dks Hkk’kk o
yksdfgr dh Hkkoukvksa ls ,d#irk iznku ugh dh tkrh gSA ogk¡
dh izxfr ckf/kr gh jgrh gSA egkjk’V/ esa izkarh;rk dh Hkkouk ls
mn~osfyr vks{kh jktuhfr ;gk¡ ds yksxksa esa ekufld fodkj iSnk
djrh gSaA tks gj {ks= esa dk;ksZa dh iz.kkyh esa ck/kk mRiUu djrh
gSaA eSa iwNrh g¡w iqjkus bfrgkl vkt iqu% nkSgjk;s tk jgs gSa D;ksa \
gekjk ns”k vkt+kn gqvk tc blds “kklu dh lqfo/kk dh n`f’V ls
izkar esa foHkktu gksus yxkA mlh le; gekjs lEekuuh; usrk Jh
ljnkj oYyHkHkkbZ iVsy us dgk Fkk fd & “Hkk’kk ds vk/kkj ij izkar
dk foHkktu ugha fd;k tkuk pkfg,A”
;g ljnkj oYyHkHkkbZ iVsy th dh nwj&n`f’V dk ifjpk;d gSA
ysfdu dfri; usrkvksa ds dkj.k Hkk’kk ds vk/kkj ij gh izkar dk
cW¡Vokjk gqvkA gekjk ns”k vkt+knh ds igys Lok;R;”kklh VqdfM;ksa
esa c¡Vs gq, jkT;ksa ds #i esa vusd jktkvksa n~okjk “kkflr FkkA os
Lora= viuk fu;e&dkuwu vius&vius jkT;ksa esa pykrs FksA
erSD; ugha FkkA blfy, ,d&,d djds lkjs ns”k dks nklrk ds
ta+thjksa esa tdM+uk iM+kA
gekjh le> ls Hkk’kk] {ks=okn o izkarokn blh dk ,d uewuk gSA
euekuh f”k{kk iz.kkyh ds Lora= #i] Hkk’kk ds iz;ksx ij vkifRr]
rksM+&QksM+] izkarokn ds uke ij vusd {ks=ksa esa vkradokn dh izfkz;k
blh fo?kVu ds mnkgj.k gSaA vius&vius izkar ds fodkl dh ckr
lkspuk rks cgqr vPNh ckr gS ijarq ml izkar dh Hkk’kk ls fHkUu Hkk’kk
Hkk’kh vU; izkar ds yksxks dks ogk¡ u jgus o u dk;Z djus rFkk
mudks ogk¡ ls fu’dkflr djuk nqHkkZoukvksa vkSj nqO;ZoLFkkvksa dh
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tuuh gSA bl rjg nwljs izkar ds yksxksa o vU; Hkk’kk Hkkf’k;ksa ds
m]ij tks ladV ?kgjk jgk gS mlds n~okjk vkgr yksx gj izkarksa esa
vkgr gksdj fo[kUMu ds f”kdkj cusaxsA v[kaMrk ckf/kr gksxhA
ekufldrkvksa esa foHksn gksxkA vyxkokn dh jktuhfr mRiUu
gksxhA Lo;a vius izkar dh lqj{kk djuk cM+k eqf”dy lk dk;Z
gksxkA
rkt egy gksVy esa vkradokfn;ksa dk vkØe.k egkjk’V/ izkar Lo;a
ugha jksd ik;kA mls mUgha {ks=ksa ds toku vkdj jksds vkSj vius
tku dh dqckZuh nh] ftuds HkkbZ;ksa dks izkarokn o Hkk’kkokn ds uke
ij dqN fnuksa iwoZ ihVk x;k vkSj fu’dkflr fd;k x;kA blfy,
nkos ds lkFk dgk tk ldrk gS fd lqj{kk vkfFkZd] uSfrd]
lkekftd] “kS{kf.kd lHkh laxBuksa esa Hkk’kkokn] izkarokn] {ks=okn
iw.kZr% ckaf/kr gS vkSj ckf/kr jgsxkA eSa rks ;gh dg¡wxh izkarokn]
{ks=okn tc rd jgsxk ns”k esa bDdhloh lnh rks vk ugh ldrh
dHkh Hkh os”k esaA
vks{kh jktuhfr ugha pkfg,A ge ,d gS gekjh Hkk’kk ,d gS] ge
lHkh izkar ds gS] lHkh izkar gekjs gSaA gesa gj izkar esa futrk fn[kkbZ
iM+rh gSA viuRo vkSj ,drk dk Loj eq[kfjr gksrk gSA rHkh ;g
ns”k ,drk vkSj ,dkRedrk dk ukjk cqyan dj ldrk gSA vkSj bl
cqyanh esa gekjk lq[k lfUufgr gSA bl izdkj ;fn Hkk’kkokn]
izkarokn o {ks=okn dk ukjk yxrk jgk rks ns”k dh izxfr dHkh ugha
gksxh vkSj gekjs ns”k ds izxfr esa ;g Hkk’kkokn] {ks=okn o izkarokn
ckf/kr gSA
tc rd {ks=okn dk ukjk yxrk jgsxk rc rd ns”k dh v[kaMrk
vkSj izxfr esa ck/kk ig¡qprh jgsxhA ,d izkar ds yksx nwljs izkar esa
ifj{kk nsus d¢ gdnkj ugha gSaA ;g izkarokn ds fiNM+siu dk vkSj
vyxkookfnrk dk rFkk fNNyh jktuhfr dk Toyar mnkgj.k gSA
Hkyk vki yksx crkb,¡ fd ;g ns”k dh izxfr esa fdruk ck/kd gSA
tc rd Hkk’kkokn] izkarokn vkSj {ks=okn dk var ugha gksxk rc rd
ns”k dh izxfr lewy ckf/kr jgsxhA Lora= eu efLr’d ls dksbZ Hkh
iz”kkld LoLF;fpRr ls iz”kklu dh O;oLFkk ugha dj ldrkA
mudh Hkkoukvksa esa mudh jxksa esa izkarokn o Hkk’kkokn cksysxkA
ftldh nqxZU/k iwjs ns”k esa QSysxhA vkSj iwjk ns”k bu Hkkoukvksa ls
ekufld jksxh gks tk,xkA vkSj bl ekufld jksx ds mRihM+u ls
ns”k dh izxfr vo#n~/k gks tk,xhA blfy, ge dgrs gSa Hkk’kkokn]
{ks=okn o izkarokn gVkvks vkSj ns”k dh izxfr dks cpkvksA
t; fgan] t; Hkkjr !
& dfork xqIrk
çFke o’kZ okf.kT;
fny
jks&jks ds dc rd th ikvksxs]
fdlh dks ikus dh fQjkd esa fdruksa dks [kks tkvksxsA
iSlksa ds fy, fdruh gnsa ikj dj tkvksxs \
,d fnu viuksa dks Hkh cgqr nwj ikvksxsA
dc rd fdlhdks fny ls fudky ikvksxs]
,d fnu uQjr dh vkx esa [kqn gh ty tkvksxsA
dc rd uk[kq”k jg ikvksxs \
ftruk feys mlh ls D;ksa ugha th tkvksxsA
LokFkZ dh Hkkouk dks dHkh eksy ugha ikvksxs]
viuh [kq”kh ds fy, nwljksa dh ft+Unfx;k¡ rksy tkvksxsA
dc rd eqjnksa dh rjg jg ikvksxs\
dHkh rks bUlku cuus dh jkg ij mrj tkvksxsA
tc ueh vk¡[kksa esa xgjkbZ ns[k ikvksxs]
eqf”dyksa dh vk¡f/k;k¡ phjrs pys tkvksxsA
tc mEehnksa ds vkljs dh fpyeu txk ikvksxs]
tc eksgCcr esa #[kh jksVh [kk tkvksxsA
oks NksVh NksVh Ckkrsa
ckfj”k ugha vk;h rks ge jksrs gSa
ysfdu ml ckfj”k esa Hkhxus tkrs ugha
Qslcqd is pSV fd;k djrs gSa]
ysfdu nksLrksa dks dHkh feyrs ughaA
xkus lquk djrs gSa
ysfdu mudks dHkh xquxqukrs ugha
xys Hkh ge yxrs gSa
ysfdu I;kj djuk gedks vkrk ughaA
;w¡gh g¡l fn;k djrs gSa ge
ysfdu [kq”kh dk ,glkl ge djrs ugha
vkleku dks Nwus dh ckrsas djrs gSa
ysfdu [kqys vkleku dks dHkh ns[kk Hkh ughaA
oSls rks ckrsa fd;k djrs gSa]
ysfdu [kqy ds ge eqLdqjkrs ugha
ejuk ugha pkgrs gSa ge]
ysfdu bl ft+Unxh dks thuk gedks vkrk ughaA
& dkfyanh ekusd
Rk`Rkh; o’kZ okf.kT;
ml lqgkus lQj esa tc viuh fQrjr cny ikvksxs]
ml fnu [kqn dks lh/kk tUur esa ikvksxsAA
& dkfrZd dqVeqfV;k
Rk`Rkh; o’kZ okf.kT;
oDr
oDr ls Hkjh bl nqfu;k esa flQZ vius fy, gh oDr ugha
uhan rks gS vk¡[kksa esa] ij lksus ds fy, oDr ughaA
djuh rks gSa ckrsa yk[kksa] vYQkt+ks ds fy, oDr ughaA
?kj ifjokj rks gS lcls vuks[kk] muds lkFk iy fcrkus dk oDr
ughaA
nksLr gSa] ;knsa gSa] mu ;knksa dks ;kn djus ds fy, oDr ughaA
“kkSd gSa gesa Hkh dbZ] “kkSd dks iwjk djus ds fy, oLr ughaA
i<+kbZ esa eu viuk Hkh yxrk gS] i<+kbZ djus ds fy, oDr ughaA
dke djrs gSa jkst+&jkst+] ij mls le>us dk oDr ughaA
D;k dgsa] xe gSa brus lkjs bl nqfu;k esa] ij xe&,&nkLrk¡
lqukus ds fy, Hkh oDr ughaA
lp dgrs gSa yksx] oDr ls Hkjh bl nqfu;k esa vius fy, gh
oDr ughaA
& J/nk “ksB
Rk`Rkh; o’kZ okf.kT;
nksLrh & ;kjh
nksLrh ;kjh esa lc pyrk gS]
xe ;k [kq”kh] nksLrksa dh ;kn ges”kk vkrh gS
fdlh dks ekjuk gks ;k xys yxkuk gks rks nksLr dh gh ;kn vkrh gS
pkWdysV ;k vkbZLkzhe [kkrs gq, Hkh nksLr dh gh ;kn vkrh gSA
nq[k esa nksLr dks ns[kdj xe Hkwy tkrs gSa]
vkSj [kq”kh nksLr ds gksus ls nqxuh gks tkrh gSA
vk, gq, xe dks njokts ls Hkxk nsrk gS ;s nksLr]
HkhM+ esa rugkbZ nwj djus dh rjdhc gS nksLrh]
vkSj nksLr u gks rks mlh HkhM+ esa ge [kks tkrs gSaA
tc lkFk gks rqe tSls nksLr dk]
rks gj ,d u, fnu dk bart+kj gksrk gSA
vius lk, esa Hkh nksLr dh gh ijNkbZ fn[krh gS]
ubZ eqf”dyksa dk lkeuk djus dk gkSlyk nsrh gS nksLrhA
fdlh yM+ds dh rkjhQ ;k yM+dh dh cqjkbZ]
gks ugha ldrh nksLrksa ds fcukA
cksfjax ls cksfjax pht+ bUVs/fLVax cuk nsrh gS nksLrh]
tSls Hkh gksa ;s nksLr]
vkf[kj gj ,d nksLr t+#jh gksrk gSA
& #fprk eksnh
Rk`Rkh; o’kZ okf.kT;
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vxys tue eksgs
fcfV;k uk dhtks
csdl is dje fdft, ljdkj&,&enhuk
xfnZ”k esa gS rdnhj] Hk¡oj esa gS lQhuk
csdl is dje fdft, ljdkj&,&enhuk--vkt gj cgu] gj csVh ds ycksa ij ;gh Qfj;knsa gSaA vkf[kj blls
T+;knk ge dj Hkh D;k ldrh gSaA 65 lky gks x, vkt+knh dksA
ns”k rks vkt+kn gks x;k] ysfdu ge yM+fd;ksa dks vktknh ugha
feyhA dy rd ftl ns”k ij xoZ djrh Fkh] vkt mlh ns”k dk
fgLlk dgykus esa “keZ vkrh gSA D;k bl ns”k esa efgykvksa dks
flQZ ,d f[kykSus ds ut+j ls ns[kk tkrk gS \
vkt gj csVh dk lhuk nnZ ls djkg jgk gSA gj ek¡ dk dystk
Mj ls cSB tkrk gS tc mldh csVh “kke <yus rd Hkh ?kj ugha
ig¡qprhA tks ek¡ ges”kk vkxs c<+us ds fy, izksRlkfgr djrh Fkha]
vkt mlh ek¡ dh vk¡[kksa esa viuh fcfV;k ds fy, fpark vkSj Hk;
lkQ Nydrk gSA
vkf[kj D;ksa ges”kk yM+fd;ksa dks nck fn;k tkrk gS\ vkf[kj D;ksa
gesa gj ckr ij Vksdk tkrk gS \ ogk¡ er tkvks] ,sls diM+s er
iguks----A yM+fd;ksa ij yxke yxkus dh ctk; D;ksa yM+dksa dks
laLdkj ugha fn;s tkrs\ D;ksa mUgsa L=h tkfr dh bT+t+r djuk ugha
fl[kk;k tkrk\ D;ksa mUgsa nq’deZ djus ij Hkh nafMr ugha fd;k
tkrk\
D;k gj ckj ns”k dks tkx#d djus ds fy, fdlh csdlwj dk
“kghn gksuk t#jh gS\ vxj gk¡] rks rkyk yxk nks mu lc eafnjksa
esa tgk¡ Hkxoku dks L=h #Ik esa iwtk tkrk gSA D;k eryc gS ml
nsoh dks iwtus dk ftlds Lo#Ik dks ,slh okluk ls xqt+juk iM+rk
gS\ D;k eryc gS bl vkt+knh dk tgk¡ yM+fd;k¡ vkt+kn gks dj
?kj ls fudy ugh ldrh] [kqn dks lqjf{kr ugha eglwl dj
ldrh\
Mj yxrk gS D;kasfd eSa Hkh ,d yM+dh g¡wA vxj dU;k gksuk bl
nqfu;k es bruk cM+k xqukg gS] rks bZ”oj ls ;gh izkFkZuk gS &
bruh lh nqvk esjh dcwy dj yhtks--vxys tue eksgs fcfV;k uk dhtksA
& js.kqdk vxzoky
Rk`Rkh; o’kZ okf.kT;
gekjh laL—fr
le; O;FkZ u [kksrs gaS] gj gkyr esa] ckr ds iDds gksrs
QwV dk cht u cksrs gSa]
izse ls feydj jgrs gSaA
ogh Hkkjrh; laL—fr fuHkkrs gSaA
cqjkbZ ls tks jgrs nwj] HkykbZ djrs gSa Hkjiwj]
ekurs viuk fd;k dlwj]
lR; dks dHkh u djrs pwjA
ogh Hkkjrh; laL—fr fuHkkrs gSaA
cM+ksa dk tks djrs gSa eku] ugha djrs NksVksa dk vieku]
ij lknxh gks ftudh “kku]
[kqn ij u djsa vfHkeku]
ij lnk j[ksa viuk LokfHkekuA
ogh Hkkjrh; laL—fr fuHkkrs gSa A
& izks- MkW- m’kk fdj.k oekZ
ctV
ctV us rksM+ Mkyh gS dej gj ,d ekuo dh
D;ksa c<+rh tk jgh gS Hkw[k]
egaxkbZ ds nkuo dh ctVA
esjs HkkbZ dgha ekre dgha “kgukbZ
vehjksa dks vkSj vehjh ns] xjhcksa dks vkSj xjhch ns
djs ;s nwj thou ls] vkSj ekSr ls djhch ns
[kpZ djus iM+rs gS iSls
eksfr;ksa dh rjg pqu pqu dj
dM+ok gks tkrk e¡qg Lokn Hkko “kDdj dk lqudj
nky feyrh gS fpdu ds jsV esa
xsg¡w] rsy] pkoy gqvk eg¡xk
xjhc cspkjk D;k Mkys Hkw[ks isV esa
enn dksbZ djs fdldh
lHkh usrk egaxkbZ ds ekjs
lHkh usrk yqVsjs
vkSj gekjh pksj ljdkjsa
eqlhcr gks xbZ gS vc
dqVqac ds ykyu & ikyu dh
ctV us gS rksM+h
dej gj ,d ekuo dh---!
& iwtk nsoGsdj
fOnfr; o’kZ okf.kT;
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csfV;k¡
dy dh dyh vkt Qwy cuh A
uUgh lh ijh vkt l;kuh gqbZ AA
tgk¡ gj iy g¡lh & f[kyh A
mlh vk¡xu esa viuk cpiu NksM+ pyh AA
tgk¡ ek¡ ds vk¡py lsa flaph A
ogh vk¡py ijk;k djds pyh AA
tgk¡ firk dh m¡xyh Fkke ds pyh A
ogh m¡xyh vkt NksM+ ds py iM+h AA
pkj fnu dk eksg trkbZ A
tkus D;sa csfV;k¡ gksrh gSa ijkbZ AA
ogh esjh uUgh lh dyh A
vkt viuk ckcqy NksM+ pyh AA
Hkxoku djs mls feys gj [kq”kh A
dHkh u vk, mlds thou esa ek;wlh AA
Hkys gh vkt viuk cpiu NksM+ pyh A
ysfdu lnk jgs ;g dyh f[kyhf[kyh AA
& iwtk nsoGsdj
fOnfr; o’kZ okf.kT;
nksLrh
nksLrksa dks viuh iydksa ij cSBk yks]
nsdj [kqf”k;k¡ mlds x+e pqjk yks]
nksLrh ,slh djks ds lc ns[krs jg tk,¡]
nq”eu Hkh vkdj dgsa] eq>s viuk nksLr cuk yks !
oks iy D;k iy jgk gksxk]
tc [kqnk vki tSlk nksLr cuk jgk gksxk A
ijs”kku gksxk [kqnk Hkh ml oDr
D;ksafd gj dksbZ vki dks ikus ds fy,
[kqnk dks euk jgk gksxk A
ft+Unxh ds fy, fny dh t+#jr gS]
fny ds fy, [kqf”k;ksa dh t+#jr gSa]
vkSj [kqf”k;ksa ds fy, rsjs tSls
nksLr dh t+#jr gS A
;kn u djksxs rks lrk,¡xsa] #Bksxs rks euk,¡xs]
ge nksLr gSa] dksbZ lk;k ugha] tks va/ksjs esa lkFk NksM+ tk,¡ AA
nksLrksa ls vPNh ckr djuk fQrjr gS gekjh]
gj nksLr [kq”k jgsa gljr gS gekjh
dksbZ ;kn djsa ;k u djsa
mudks ;kn djuk vknr gS gekjh A
& iwtk nsoGsdj
fOnfr; o’kZ okf.kT;
Hkkjrh; laL—fr
lalkj dks cukus okyk bZ”oj ,d gh gS & ;gh Hkkjrh; laL—fr dk
ewy gSA fofHkUu erksa dks ekuus okys rjg&rjg ds ukeksa ls ml
,d gh bZ”oj dk Hktu djrs gSaA —’.k] djhe] jke] jghe] bZlk
elhg] vYykg vkfn ,d gh bZ”oj ds vusd uke gSaA
Hkkjrh; laL—fr rks lHkh erks dks ekuus okyksa ds esy&feyki dk
LFkku gSA le;≤ ij vusd fopkj Hkkjrh; laL—fr esa lek
x,A ;g laL—fr] lkekftd laL—fr gS] ftlds fodkl esa vusd
tkfr;ksa] laiznk;ksa vkSj fo”oklksa dk ;ksxnku fn[kkbZ nsrk gSA bl
izdkj ge lHkh Hkkjrh;ksa dh ,d gh laLd`fr vkSj jk’V/h;rk gSA
ftl izdkj HkkbZ&HkkbZ vkil esa feydj] lg;ksx vkSj lgk;rk ls
ifjokj dh mUufr djrs gSa] Bhd mlh rjg gesa Hkh lg;ksx vkSj
lgk;rk ls jk’V/ dh mUufr djuh pkfg,A
ge lPps Hkkjrh; rHkh gks ldrs gSa tc gekjs vkpkj&fopkj esa
gekjh laL—fr fn[kkbZ nsA
“lc lq[kh gksa] jksx jfgr gksa] lc lQyrk dk n”kZu djsa vkSj dksbZ
Hkh nq[k dk Hkkxh u gksA” fo”o dh mUufr ,oa “kkafr ds fy,
Hkkjrh; laL—fr dk ;gh lans”k] lalkj esa QSy tkuk pkfg,A
& lk{kh HkVukxj
Rk`Rkh; o’kZ okf.kT;
dsoy nksLrh ds fy;s
ekaxh nqvk esa jcls
ns tk dqN ,slk rw tks
gks vyx lc ls
feyk fn;k vkidks
gels vkSj
dgk] laHkkyks ;gh
gS vueksy lcls !
nks nksLrksa dh nksLrh ls
tyrsa gS yksx]
rjg rjg dh ckrs djrsa gS yksx
vxj gks lwjt vkSj pk¡n dk
[kqydj feyu
mls Hkh xzg.k dgrs gSa yksx---A
& iwtk nsoGsdj
fOnfr; o’kZ okf.kT;
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vtUeh dU;k dh ;kpuk
vk xbZ ckjkr
er Qsadks ek¡ eq>s dks[k ls viuh]
va”k rqEgkjk ygw ls lhapks tuuhA
vkSj csfV;k¡ vxj rqEgkjh]
rks D;k ! eSa Hkh lax jg¡wxh]
cpk&[kqpk [kk y¡wxh eSa ek¡]
olu iqjkus gh igu¡wxh]
cks> cu¡wxh ugha rqEgkjk]
gj iy rsjh <ky cu¡wxh]
FkksM+k lk rks bartkj rqe dj yksA
esjs ?kj vk xbZ ckjkr]
Lokxr & vc d#¡ dSls \
fd “kksj cSaM cktksa dk
lqukbZ ns jgk gS vc
“ckjkr vk xbZ” esgekuksa esa
gypy lh eph gS vcA
D;ksa le> ugha ikbZ g¡w ek¡]
rsjs thou dh ekSu O;Fkk]
vk¡py esa rsjs fNius dks
eSa epy jgh g¡w varj esa]
eSa vf[ky fo”o dh Nk;k g¡w
Tokyk cu dj ngd jgh]
rsjs mj dh lkSnkfeuh ij]
?ku es?kk cudj cjl jgh]
fdydkjh esjh lquus rd]
FkksM+k lk rks bart+kj ek¡ dj yksA
thtk] euq] y{eh vkSj
bafnjk dks tuus ls igys
mudh ekrkvksa us Hkh D;k
laqnj ls lius #is Fks \
lquhrk] lkfu;k vkSj dYiuk]
u{k=ksa rd >wesaxh
ek¡ ugha tkurk Fkk dksbZ]
gks ldrk ;s uUgk rkjk
fQj ,d ckj pe&pe peds]
FkksM+k lk rks bart+kj rqe dj yks ek¡A
& lk{kh HkVukxj
Rk`Rkh; o’kZ okf.kT;
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fd utjsa n~okj ij vVdh gSa
vxokuh & d#¡ dSls \
tykdj nhi Fkkyh esa
igukdj Qwy ekyk,¡
mrk#¡ vkjrh rsjh] tks
nwYgk cuds ?kj vk,A
fudky¡w fny ds lc vjek¡]
dkcw&eu ij d#¡ dSls \
cgkjsa yk[k vkbZ] ij ,slh
[kq”kh oks ysds dc vkbZ
flrkjs rksM+ dj vkleku ls
esjs ?kj&n~okj ys vkbZA
vkykSfdr nl fn”kk,¡ gSa
ueu fdldks d#¡ vc eSa \
ftxj dk VqdMk gS csVh
cM+s ukt+ksa ls ikyh gS
vekur vkidh gS ;g dyh
vc rd geus lEHkkyh gSA
cM+h Hkksyh gS] uknk¡ gS
tqnk&bldks d#¡ dSls \
dksbZ f”kdok&f”kdk;r gks
rks {kek nku ns nsuk
gks tk, dksbZ xyrh
rks ut+j vankt+ dj nsukA
eqrkfcd vkids le>kus dh
ckrsa & vc d#¡ dSls \
jLeksa fjokt+ jhfr gSa
fuHkkuk rks gksxk gh
NksM+ ckcqy dk ?kj] vc
“ih” ds ?kj tkuk rks gksxk ghA
& lk{kh HkVukxj
Rk`Rkh; o’kZ okf.kT;
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laikndh;
uqdrhp dkgh fnolkaiwohZ Kku izcksf/kuhP;k Hkkofud cqf/neRrsP;k
(Emotional Quotient) oxkZyk tk;ph la/kh feGkyh- vktP;k
;k 24 rkl /kkoR;k iGR;k txkr gks.kkjh vkiY;k Hkkoukaph
?kqleM gh vki.k Hkkoukaph uhV ikj[k u dsY;kus gksrs gs eyk frFks
metys- R;k dk;Z”kkGsr leksj nk[koysY;k fp=ka}kjs vkiY;k o
fp=krhy O;fDrP;k Hkkouk vkG[kk;P;k gksR;k- “O;Drh frrD;k
izd`fr” ;k mDrhizek.ks O;DrhO;Drh uqlkj Hkkouk ;k cnyrkrO;DrhP;k izfrfkz;sekxph Hkkouk vksG[kyh rj leL;sP;k
ewGki;Zar tkrk ;srs ;kps ,d Nku mnkgj.k vkgs& ?kjkrY;k nksu
HkkoaMksps- eksBs ewy vusdnk ygkukis{kk fpMds o gV~Vh vlrsygku Hkkokps tjk tkLr ykM gksr vlY;kus R;kP;k eukr fuekZ.k
>kysyh vlqjf{krrsph Hkkouk gs ;k gV~Vhi.kkps [kjs dkj.kA gh
Hkkouk letwu ?ksryh rj R;k gV~Vh eqykdMs c?k.;kph n`’Vh cnyw
“kdrs] R;koj mik; lkiMw “kdrks-
vkanksyukarwu] iz;Rukarwu] d`rhrwu gs fl/n >kys vkgsvkiY;k ;k fu;rdkfydkpa uko ‘;ax bu~fMOgj’ vFkkZr ‘;qok
iz;kl’- fdrh leiZd uko vkgs gs! vkEgk ;qokapk izxrhP;k fn”ksus
iz;kl- ;k iz;klkr vkeps fopkj] era] Hkkouk ekaM.;klkBh
feGkysya ,d gDdkpa O;klihB! vkiY;k vadkrhy ys[kkarwu]
dforkarwu vktph ;qok ih<h fdrh laosnu”khy] fopkjh] ltx
vkgs gsp fnlwu ;sbZypkaxya ?kMkoa vla izR;sdkyk okVr vlra] i.k R;klkBh tks okpk
QksMrks] d`rh djrks] rksp [kjk l{ke] r#.k ;qokoxZ! R;keqGs eyk
lkFkZ vfHkeku vkgs dh eh v”kk ih<hr tUeys] ftFks izxrh vkgs]
Kku vkgs vkf.k fopkjkauk okV eksdG;k d#u |k;P;k vxf.kd
la/kh vkgsr---
v”kk Hkkouk tk.kwu ?ks.;kph {kerk Eg.kts Hkkofud cqf/neRrkmitr feGkysY;k ckSfn~/kd {kersis{kk (Intelligence) gh vf/kd
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vlsy rj Hkkofud cqf/neRrk fodflr dj.;kpk lYyk fnyk
tkrks- vktP;k Li/ksZP;k ;qxkr okoj.kk%;k vkEgk ;qokalkBh gh
eksykph xks’V vkgsvk/kqfudhdj.kkph] uO;kph dkl /kjysY;k vktP;k ;qok ih<hoj
Bidk Bsoyk tkrks rks& vfopkjh] m/kG] fcu/kkLr] cstckcnkj
vlY;kpk- R;kr rF; ukgh vls ukgh- i.k rjhgh vkEgh ltx
vkgksr] vkEgh fopkjh vkgksr] vkEgh d`rh”khy vkgksr] vkEgh
mRlkgh vkgksr- laoknek/;eka}kjs ,desdka”kh izHkkohi.ks tksMys
vkgksr- ;k ek/;eka}kjs U;k;klkBh] KkuklkBh r#.kkauh NsMysY;k
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nkeys
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eqyk[kr & lafxrk ukjdj
fo|kFkhZ] f”k{kd ;kaP;ktksMhus egkfo|ky;kpk dkjHkkj
;”kLohjhR;k ikj ikM.;kr f”k{kdsrj oxkZpk eksykpk okVk vkgs“eko”kh] eko”kh” Eg.kwu vki.k lxGs T;kauk vksG[krks] v”kkp
,dk eko”kha”kh dsysyh gydh&Qqydh ckrphr--vkEgh rqEgkyk eko”kh ;k ukokusp vksG[krks- R;keqGs vkEgk lokZauk
rqeph loZizFke vksG[k d#u |kuDdh- ek>a uko lafxrk ukjdj- eh 1999 e/;s vkiY;k
egkfo|ky;kr f”k{kdsrj deZpkjh Eg.kwu dkekyk ykxysuqdrhp ekJ;k uksdjhph 14 o’kZ iw.kZ gksrhy-
Vksi.kukoa vl dkgh ukgh] i.k eqya eko”kh] vkUVh vla dkghgh
Eg.krkr- dkgh f”k{kd laxw] laX;k vlgh Eg.krkr- Nku okVra
rsOgktj rqEgkyk la/kh feGkyh vlrh] euklkj[ka f”kdk;yk feGkya
vlra] rj dk; cuk;yk vkoMya vlra \
tj eyk f”k{k.k iw.kZ djrk vkya vlra rj eyk uDdhp ,d
f”k{kd Eg.kwu dke djk;yk vkoMya vlra- egkfo|ky;kr dke
dsY;keqGs f”k{k.kkpa egRo eyk dGya- eyk eqykauk f”kdok;yk
vkoMya vlra- xzaFkky;kr tkm]u iqLrda okpk;yk vkoMyh
vlrh-
gkfnZd vfHkuanu!! ex ,d f”k{kdsrj deZpkjh Eg.kwu rqEgh dk;
dk; dkea djrk \
rqEgh rqeP;k dkekoj lek/kkuh vkgkr dk \
tsOgk eh uksdjhyk ykxysys rsOgk oxZ] oxkZckgsjpk ifjlj lkQ
dj.;kph dkea vlk;ph- vkrk eh f”k{kdkalkBh pgk&dkWQh
cuors] HkkaMh ?kkl.ks] ifj{ksP;k osGh isij usm]u oxkZr ns.ks]
LVkQ#e] vkWfQl e/khy brj dkea] dks.kh tla lkaxra] rla djrs-
gks- eyk ek>a dke vkoMra- vkf.k dke djr vlrkuk tsOgk
f”k{kd fopkjiwl djrkr] rsOgk rh vkiwydh eksBa cG nsm]u tkrsekJ;k ;k dkekeqGs eh ek>a ?kj pkyow “kdrs] Lor%P;k ik;koj
mHkh vkgs- ekJ;k dkekus eyk vkRefo”okl fnyk vkgs-
rqEgh xsyh 14 o’kZ bFks dk;Zjr vkgkr- ;k dky[kaMkr vkiya
egkfo|ky; fdrh cnyya vkgs \
ex tsOgk rqEgh pgk&dkWQh cuo.;kr ikjaxr >kY;k vkgkr] rj
fuo`Rrhuarjpk rqepk fopkj dk; \ vkEgkyk eko”kh ,[kk|k
pgkph Vijh pkyorkuk fnlrhy dk \
cjpa- vk/kh egkfo|ky; [kwi lk/ka gksra- vkrk [kwi cny >kys
vkgsr- uohu uohu dkWlsZl lq# >kys vkgsr- egkfo|ky;
laiw.kZr% ,lh >ky;a- izR;sd ekG;koj lts”ku ckWDl ykxys] lhlh-Vh-Ogh- dWesjs ykxys- [kja lkaxk;pa rj egkfo|ky; vxnh
ikW”k >ky;a- uohu lq[klqfo/kk vkY;k vkgsr- izxr cuy;a-
uDdhp- vkfFkZd cG vkf.k tkxk feGkyh rj gk /kank t#j djsuegkfo|ky;kr brdh o’kZ dsysY;k dkekpa O;olk;kr #ikarj
djk;yk eyk [kwi vkoMsy-
vkf.k vkiY;k egkfo|ky;kps fo|kFkhZ cnyys vkgsr vla okVra
dk \
ukgh- fo|kFkhZ tkLr dkgh cnyys ukghr- gks i.k vktdkyph
eqya tkLr eLrh[kksj vkgsr iwohZis{kk- vksjMyks rj iGr lqVrkri.k ,danjhr fo|kFkhZ pkaxys vkgsrf”k{kdkacn~ny dk; lkaxky \ rqeP;k [kkl vkBo.kh] ,[kknh
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dsyh vkgs- vxnh [ksGhesGhpa okrkoj.k vlra R;keqGs dke
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eyk fQjk;yk [kwi vkoMrs- dqBsgh fQjk;yk tk;pa EgVya dh eh
,dk ik;koj r;kj vlrs- n”kfn”kkauk Hkzearhph LoIu eyk
tkxsi.khlq/nk iMrkr- R;krhy bftI”kh;u eeh c?k.;kpa LoIu
uqdrpa iw.kZ >kya !
ygkui.kh bfrgklkP;k iqLrdkrwu vkf.k n eeh o eeh fjVuZl~
;klkj[;k fp=iVkarwu bftI”kh;u laLd`rh”kh FkksMhQkj
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c?k.;kp lq;ksx tqGwu vkykfufeRr gksra dh fczVh”k
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l/;kP;k N=irh f”kokth egkjkt okLrqlaxzgky;kr ykxysY;k
izn”kZukpa ! brdh ukeh la/kh dks.k lksM.kkj \ Eg.kwu ,dk
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bu vls lksiLdkj ikj ikMwu okLrwlaxzgky;krhy bftI”kh;u
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vksG[k d#u ?;k;ykvkiys cka/kop dh dk; gs yksd \ vlk iz”u iMkok brdh Hkkjrh;
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cykRdkj ;kp ckrE;k utjsr iMrkr- vxnh NksV;k vtk.k eqyh
lq/nk ;kyk cGh iMrkr- vesfjdsus dsysY;k ikg.khuqlkj Hkkjrkr
vktferhyk vkiY;k ns”kHkjkr xqUgsxkjh foHkkxkr (Eg.ktsp [kwu]
nj 18 rklkyk ,d cykRdkj gksrks- fdrh Hk;kud fp= vkgs gs-
cykRdkj] njksMs] ekufld ,oa “kkfjjhd “kks’k.k] vkradokn]
LQksVd gYys oxSjs) eksMrhy vls vxf.kr [kVys fudkykfouk
yXukyk udkj fnyk] iszekyk izfrlkn fnyk ukgh v”kk
v/kkarjh dSd o’ksZ yksGr iMys vkgsr- rqEgh tj R;k Qk;yhoj
dkj.kklkBh fdrhrjh r#.khoj vWflM Qsdys tkrs fdaok Hkksldys
‘otu’ Bsoysr rj R;kojph /kwG lkQ dsyh tkrs] ukghrj luh
tksrs- fdrh fod`r eukso`Rrh vkgs gh- vkf.k ;k lxG;kyk vkGk
nsvksyps okD; vkBors & “rkjh[k is rkjh[k] rkjh[k is rkjh[k vkSj
clk;yk gok rj xqUgsxkjkyk rkcMrksc dBksj f”k{kk dj.ks t#jh
cl rkjh[k U;k; ugh-”
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fu<kZorkr- vkf.k vkt vkiY;k ns”kkr gsp pkyys vkgs- vkiY;k
vxnh lk/ka mnkgj.k c?kk ga ! “kkGsr tk.kkjs NksVs pkj o’kkZps ewya
U;k;ky;kps czhnokD; & ‘“kaHkj vijk/kh eksdGs lqVys rjh
& ,d fnol vH;kl dsyk ukgh rj “kkGsr f”k{kd f”k{kk djrkr
pkyrhy i.k ,dk fujijk/;kyk f”k{kk gksrk dkek u;s’ vjs i.k
vkf.k “kkGsr f”k{kk feGkyh Eg.kwu ?kjh ikyd i.k f”k{kk djrkr-
tsOgk R;kyk rqEgh vijk/kh Eg.kwu idMys vkgs rj R;kyk fujijk/k
Eg.ktsp ,o<klk rks tho] R;kyk vkEgh rkcMrksc [kwi eksBk xqUgk
Eg.kwu [kVyk pkyok;pk gDd dq.kh fnyk \
dsY;klkj[kh f”k{kk nsrks- i.k ‘dlkc lkj[;k’ vkradok|kyk ek=
mnkgj.k Eg.kts dlkc vkf.k vQty xq#-
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xqUgsxkjkyk dk;|kph Hkhrh Eg.kwu jkfgyhp ukgh-
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lq/nk vkeP;k lkj[;k lkekU; ek.klkaP;k eukr gk iz”u
[k%;k ?kMysY;k ?kVuk}kjs lekt izcks/ku dj.;kpk iz;Ru dsyk
[kn[knr jkgk.kkjp- rlsp ikysZesaVoj gYyk djrkuk idMyk
tkrks- i.k rs rso<;kiqjrsp gksrs- tksi;Zar ek>s ?kj lqjf{kr vkgs
xsysyk ‘vQty xq#’ gk vkradoknh- R;kpk xqUgk brdk NksVk
rksi;Zar “kstkjP;k ?kjkr izy; tjh vkyk rjh eyk Qjd iMr
vkgs dk \ “dq.kh gh ;kos Viyh ek#u tkos” brds vki.k nqcZy
ukgh gh eukso`Rrh vktdky yksdkaph >kyh vkgs- dkj.k nq%[k
vkgksr dk \ vkiY;k lokZaP;k vaxkrys jDr xksBwu xsys vkgs dk \
mxkGr clk;yk osG ukgh- vkf.k dkgh djk;ps EgVys rj “kaHkj
vls vusd iz”u! i.k vuqRrjhr !
vMp.kh rjh ;srkr ukghrj dk;nk rjh vkMok ;srks-
gk lxGk iaDrhiziap dj.;kps dkj.k Eg.kts ‘fuHkZ;k’ &
fnYyhrhy xWaxjsi dsl-
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vkrk rjh lq/kkj.kk Ogkoh ts.ks d#u vls xqUgs ijr ?kM.kkj ukghr
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dkypkz vkiY;k xrhus v[kaM fQjr vlrs- vki.k vkiY;k
lksbZlkBh ekstiV~Vh ykor R;kps dky[kaM ikMrks- 31 fMlsacjph
jk= ;srs- ljR;k o’kkZyk fujksi nsr vki.k baxzth uohu o’kkZpa
vkuankr] tYyks’kkr Lokxr djrks- ‘[kw”k gS tekuk vkt igyh
rkjh[k gS’ P;k lqjkoVhoj fHkarhoj uohu dWysaMj >Gdrs- 14
tkusokjh gh rkjh[k y{k os/kwu ?ksrs rh ‘edjlakzkr’ ;k ‘xksM’
l.kkeqGsedjlakzkrhyk lw;Z edj jk”khr izos”k djrks- [kja rj o’kkZrwu ckjk
osGk ckjk jk”khrwu rks tkr vlrks- i.k R;kP;k edj vkf.k ddZ
jk”khrhy fLFkR;arjkph vkotZwu uksan ?ksryh tkrs- R;krgh edj
jk”khph tkLr- ;kosGh okrkoj.kkr y{k.kh; cny gksrks- lw;kZps
nf{k.kk;u laiwu mRrjk;.k pkyw gksrs- mRrjk;.kkyk nso;ku
vlsgh Eg.krkr- gk nsokapk ,d fnolkpk dkG vlrks- lw;Z
fnolsafnol mRrjsdMs ljdrks- fnol eksBk gksr tkrks o jk=
ygku gksr tkrs- Eg.ktsp lw;kZpk vkf.k vkiyk lgokl
mRrjksRrj ok<r tkrksFkaMhpk lkeuk djk;yk fufeRr feGra edjlakzkar ;k l.kkpagyok] rhGxqGkps ykMw o xqGkph iksGh ;k m’.k inkFkkZaeqGs
foaVjdsfeLV/hpa vk;kstu gksra- lakzkarhP;k vknY;k fno”khpk]
‘Hkksxh’ pk esuw rj iaprkjkafdar [kk| egksRlokyk ykto.kkjkp
vlrks- cktjhph rhG ykoysyh ikrG] [kql[kq”khr Hkkdjh]
okaxa&xktj&okyikiMh ;kaph dqekZ Hkkth] eqxkP;k MkGhph em]
eksdGh f[kpMh] R;koj rwi] ng;kph doM o yks.;kpk xksGk vlk
[kkl csr- Hkkdjh Fkki.;kpk ‘Bsdk’ pkyw >kyk dh lxG;kaP;k
iksVkr dkoGs vksjMk;yk ykxrkrp- lakzkarhP;k fno”kh xwGkP;k
[keax oklkus ?kj Hk#u tkrs- ekrhP;k ikp lqxMkr mlkps dosZ]
cksjs] vksyk gjHkjk] dkiwl] rhGxwG] gyok] iSlk] lqikjh ?kkywu
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rkacM;k panukus lw;kZpk jFk ikVkoj dk<wu rkacMa Qwy okgwu
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isVysY;k xkso%;koj rkir Bsowu mrw tkm] fnys tkrs- f[kjhpk
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edjlakzkrhP;k l.kkpa vkSfpR; lk/kwu lgtrsus lkaHkkGya tkra-
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vkiksvki y{k fnys tkrs- lakzkrhyk rhGxwG okV.;kekxs dso<s
vkSfpR; vkf.k O;kid vFkZ Hkjysyk vkgs- ‘rhGxwG ?;k xksM cksyk’
gk lakzkrhpk ea= nksu O;Drhae/khy ukR;kph oh.k ?kV~V dj.;kl
enr djrks- vkiys var%dj.k rhGkizek.ks fLuX/k o xqGkizek.ks xksM
vlkos- ijLijkae/khy isze] oMhy/kk%;kafo’k;h vknj] “kstkjhiktkjh]
lxslks;js] fe=ifjokjkarhy Lusg o`/nhaxr Ogkok] ;k ln~Hkkousus
vkf.k mnkRr gsrwus rhGxwG okVyk tkrks- ok.khrhy _tqrk o
eknZo ;keqGs vkiya dke d/kh d/kh lksia gksra- nql%;kP;k eukph
nkjs vkiY;klkBh rkRdkG m?kMyh tkrkr- ,[kk|k O;Drhpk
jkxkpk ikjk vkiY;k xksM ok.khus vkiksvki R;kP;kgh udGr
[kkyh ;srks- okrkoj.kkryk rk.k e`nw] yk?koh Hkk’ksus deh gks.;kl
enr gksrs- dkukaoj vR;kpkj gksr ukghr- /ouhiznw’k.k deh gksrse/kqj ok.khus O;ogkjkrhy lk/;k {kqYyd ?kVuk mxz#i /kkj.k
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tkoh dkj.k rksaMkrwu ckgsj iMysyk “kCn o canqdhrwu fulVysyh
xksGh ijr ;sr ukgh- ‘cksyY;kuarj fopkj dj.;kis{kk fopkj
d#up cksykos-’
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ikB fQjrkp tGtGhr “kCnkr m/nkj djk;pk] vla ukgh- ‘e/kq
fr’Brh ftOgkxsz] g|s rq gykgye~-’ vls ‘xksM’ cksys gksm] u;s rj
lR; lkax.;kph i/nr e`nw vlkoh- dkukyk “kCn [kVdw u;sr o
,sd.kk%;kyk rs iVkoa] t.kw “kdZjkfefJr xksGh;k l.kkyk nkukpagh egRo vkgs- gGndqadw d#u vkiY;k
f[k”kkP;k ,sirh uqlkj ts “kD; gksbZy rs ok.k okVya tkra]
g;kpcjkscj fopkjkaph] laLdkjkph] uhrhewY;kaph] nso?kso djkoh
gkgh ,d yiysyk xfHkZrkFkZ vlkok- “kstkjhiktkjh] ?kjhnkjh]
dk;kZy;kr izR;sd t.k e/kqjHkk’kh >kyk rj xksM cksy.;koj lakzkar
u ;srk ek/kq;kZpa lakze.k gksr jkghy- vFkkZr R;klkBh njo’khZ
edjlakzkrhP;k fufeRrkus xksM cksy.;kpa dkWUVW/DV fjU;w djkoap
ykxsy ukgh dk\
& e;qjh ykM
f}rh; o’kZ okf.kT;
laosnuk Eg.kts tkf.ko fdaok cks/k
laosnusph vfHkO;Drh izR;sd O;Drhizek.ks osxosxGh vlrs- ,dkp
izlaxklkBh osxosxG;k O;fDraP;k izfrfkz;k osxosxG;k vlrkrizfrfkz;kaP;k ;k vfHkO;Drhyk laosnuk Eg.krk ;srs- laosnusph gh
vfHkO;Drh usgehp izxV vlsy vls ukghvkt ijokppa mnkgj.k |k;pa >kya rj] eh jk=h m”khjkph
jsYosxkMh idMyh- ifgY;k oxkZpk Mck vlY;keqGs xnhZ uOgrhpekJ;k leksj ,d vkthckbZ vkf.k lk/kkj.k ekJ;kp o;kph eqyxh]
cgqnk R;kaph ukr vlkoh] clY;k gksR;k cktwykp iq#’kkapk ifgY;k
oxkZpk Mck! ckanzk rs va/ksjh xkMh tyn /kkor vlrkuk ,dk
r#.k eqykus gkr ckgsj dk<yk vlkok vkf.k [kkaC;kP;k QVD;kus
R;kyk nq[kkir >kyh- vkjMkvksjM lq# >kyh Eg.kwu vkthckbZ
nksu MC;kaP;k tkGhrwu fopkjiwl d# ykxY;k- R;kauh pVdu
vkiY;k fi”kohrwu #ekyklkj[kk diMk dk<yk vkf.k R;k eqykl
cka/kk;yk fnyk- vkthps gs orZu frP;k ukrhyk vftckr iVys
ukgh] vkf.k rh tksjkr vksjMyh “oks D;k rqEgkjk iksrk yxrk gS \”
vkth “kkari.ks Eg.kkY;k] “esjk ugh rks fdlh vkSj dk lghA”
vpkud ?kMysY;k ;k izlaxkeqGs eyk nksu xks’Vhaph BGdi.ks
tkf.ko >kyh- ifgyh Eg.kts laosnusizek.ks izR;sd ek.klkph
cnyysyh vfHkO;Drh vkf.k dkGkuqlkj cnyysyh laosnusph
ifjHkk’kkvktP;k tynxrhsus /kko.kk%;k ;qxkr] ftFks fopkj djk;yk osG
ukgh frFks fopkjkaph] vkpkjkaph ;ksX; rh lkaxM ?kkyk;yk
vkiY;kyk osG dqBs vl.kkj \ vktdky fopkjkapk osx vkf.k
vkpkjkapk osG ;kpk leUo; lk/krkuk izR;sd laosnu”khy
O;Drhph QjQV gksrkuk fnlrs- v”kk ifjfLFkrhr ‘vki.kp
vkiyh laosnuk gjowu clyks vkgksr dk \’ vlk iz”u Lor%ykp
fopkjkoklk okVrksvktdky vki.k baVjusVP;k ek/;ekrwu txHkjkrhy O;Drha”kh
laidZ lk/krks- Qslcqd] V~ohVj] OgkVlki] chch,e ;kalkj[;k
ek/;ekrwu fnolHkjkrhy NksV;k&NksV;k xks’VhaP;k] ?kVukaP;k
lwpuk nsr vlrks] vxnh lxG;kauk ex rs vksG[khps vlksr ok
ulksr- i.k R;krhyp vktwcktwyk okoj.kk%;k baVjusVP;k
ek/;ekrwu laidkZr vlysyh ek.kla tsOgk leksjkleksj ;srkr]
rsOgk psg%;koj gkL; vk.kk;yk lqn~/kk datw’kh djrkr- iwohZ
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vklwlysyh vlk;ph- gh pkG laLd`rh Eg.kts laosnusP;k
vfHkO;Drhph ijkdk’Bk- rsFks gks.kkjh ik.;kojph HkkaM.ks vlksr
fdaok l.kksRlo mRlkg vlk;pk- i.k laosnusP;k %gklkcjkscj
ifjfLFkrh vxnh myV >kyh vkgs- dkgh viokn oxGrk] ,dkp
bekjrhr jkgwu lqn~/kk ek.klkaph efguksuefgus HksV gksr ukghfdacgquk dkghaph vksG[kgh gksr ukgh- dkgh o’kkZaiwohZ ,[kk|kP;k
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lqn~/kk /kkoiG dfjr cksyoys tk;ps gs lkjs vkiwydhus] vks<hus
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jLR;koj vi?kkr tjh >kyk rj cjkp osG QDr c?;kaph xnhZ gksrs
i.k enrhyk yxspp dq.khgh iq<kdkj ?ksr ukgh- Qkj Dofprp
dks.kk lkekU;kdMwu Lor%gwu fdaok iksfylkaP;k enrhus lkgky;
dsys tkrs- ftFks ckaf/kydh ukgh frFks laosnuk d”kh dke djsy\
vkf.k v”kk gjor pkyysY;k laosnukaps mxz ifj.kke vki.k
vktdky BGdi.ks igkrpa vkgksr- dkgh efgU;kaiwohZ ?kMysyk
vk>kn eSnkukojhy izdkj vlks ok fnYyhr ,dk r#.khoj >kysyk
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iksfylkaoj gkr mxkj.kkjs] R;kapk fou;Hkax dj.kk%;k xnhZr vtk.k
o vifjiDo eqysgh lekfo’V gksrh- fnYyhr ?kMysyh rh nqnSZoh
?kVuk Eg.kts laosnukaph] ek.kwldhph dRryp- laosnukghu
fuxjxV~Vi.kk ek.klkaP;k ulkulkar t.kw fHkurp pkyky vkgsvkiyk gDd feGo.;klkBh] vkiys opZLo nk[ko.;klkBh dsysyk
fgalkpkj] u{kyokn vkf.k vkradokn gh laosnukghu ek.klkaph
mnkgj.ks vkgsr- ok<R;k L=hHkzw.k gR;k lqn~/kk laosnughu
ekufldrk n”kZo.kk%;k vkgsrtkxfrdhdj.kkP;k ok<R;k jsV;keqGs ok<.kkjh vfrjsdh Li/kkZ rj
lkekU; ek.klkrhy laosnuk gGwgGw deh djr pkyyh vkgs- ;k
tho?ks.;k Li/ksZeqGs ek.klkps ,desdka”kh vlysys ukrslaca/k
O;kolkf;d gksr pkyys vkgs- lkjs dkgh fg”kksckusp dsys tkr
vkgs- izxrhP;k ukok[kkyh vki.k T;k ifjljkr jkgrks] i;kZoj.kkr
ok<rks] R;kyk nwf’kr dj.;kr vki.k ekxsiw<s ikgr ukgh- R;kpk
iq<hy fi<hP;k thoukoj gks.kk%;k Hk;adj ifj.kkekpk fopkj
lqn~/kk dsyk tkr ukgh- lk/ks mnkgj.k |k;ps >kys rj] map
bekjrhaoj eksckbZy VkWoj clfo.;kpk vV~Vkgkl] R;krwu
feG.kk%;k iS”kkP;k gO;klkiksVh QSyko.kk%;k jsfMvs”ku fdaok
fdj.kksRlkj vkjksX;kl vfr”k;] gkuhdkjd vkgs] ;kpk fopkj
lgt cktwyk lkjyk tkrks- ex ;kpkp ifj.kke fnlrks rks
dkykarjkus ,dk ygkuX;kyk >kysY;k ‘ddZjksx’ ;k vlk/;
jksxkP;k izknwZHkkokusiwohZ ftOgkG;kiksVh nk[koysyh vkiwydh vkfFkZd] ekufld o
dkSVqafcd vk/kkj] enrhus nk[koyh tk;ph i.k vkrk ek= dsoG
dWUMy ekpZ vkf.k vkinxzLr LFkGkoj Qqys Bsowu laosnuk
nk[kfo.;kiwjrsp e;kZfnr vkgs- vkf.k g;k laosnuk v”kk in~/krhus
n”kZfoY;k tkrkr fd ‘rks vkarfjd vksykok vkgs dh dsoG fn[kkok
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brirpa e;kZfnr vkgs- vki.k vktwcktwyk ?kM.kk%;k ?kVukaiw<s
ljkZl MksGs>kd djrks- fg MksGs>kd cjspnk tkf.koiwoZd dsysyh
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laosnu”khyrk o ltZu”khyrk ti.;klkBh vkiY;kyk v”kk
laosnughu d.k[kji.kkph dopdqaMys vko”;d vlrhy \’
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TYBCom
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Urmila Rao
FYBCom
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TYBCom
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FYBMS
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SYBCom
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TYBCom
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TYBCom Examination Result - March 2012
3
TYBMS (Sem VI) Examination Result - 2011-12
1.2
1
227
16
645
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First Class
Second Class
86
Failed
Distinction
First Class
Pass Class
M.Com Examination Result - May 2012
1
1
3
26
First Class
Second Class
H.S.C. Examination Result - March 2012
2
Pass Class
Failed
H.S.C. Examination Result - MCVC - March 2012
1
1.4
38
215
28
30
815
First Class
Second Class
Pass Class
Failed
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First Class
Second Class
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