NCC Cadets of MNDC support Pen Marathon 2018
The NCC cadets of Mahatma Night Degree College of Arts and Commerce, Chembur were invited by the Deputy CEO of PIllai HOC Educational Campus, Rasayani Dr. Lata Kasture Menon to support the Pen Marathon 2018. The Pen Marathon was organized on 16th December, 2018 by the Pen Municipal Council and Pillai HOC Educational Campus, Rasayani.
Seventeen MNDC NCC cadets reported to the Pillai Panvel campus at 12.30 p.m. The students stayed overnight in the Rasayani Farm house from where they joined the Pen Marathon well before 7.00 a.m. They were part of the team that flagged off the Pen Marathon. The NCC cadets, all in full uniform ensured that the marathon was well managed and followed all rules and regulations. Discipline and fair play was paramount. Mr. Padmakshan, Director for Sport Pillai Group of Institutions commended the NCC cadets for their hard work on the marathon track. They did a splendid job of coordinating the run, controlling traffic and ensuring the frution of the cause of the run. The slogan for this year’s Pen Marathon was “Run for Swatch Pen” which is in line with the Swatchata Abiyan activities in Pen town. Thousands of participants from the rural township and adjourning villages participated in the Pen Marathon. The NCC cadets of MNDC supported the mega event with the grit and energy of NCC. The Pen Marathon is the biggest Marathon event of Raigad district organized for the 5th time in succession. Cash prizes and trophies for the winners of the various 10 categories including Under 14 years, Under 17 years, Under 19 years, Open and above 50 years in both men and women categories were given.
We are proud of the MNDC Cadets led by Divya of the S.Y.B.Com. to have constructively contributed to this mega event and helped make it a success.
Independence Day 2018
Independence day was celebrated by all the institutions of Mahatma Education Society’s Chembur campus on 15th August, 2018 in the ground floor Open area of the Chembur Campus. Students, teachers and staff assembled at 7.30 a.m. sharp. Small paper flags with pins were distributed on arrival for all to pin up on their person.
The Chief Guest of the event was Ms. Jatinder Kaur, Incharge, Mahatma Chembur English High School & Junior College, Day. The Heads of institutions of the campus joined by Deputy C.E.O. Chembur Campus Shri G. T. Ochani escorted the Chief Guest to the stage area. Two NCC cadet pilots marched smartly on either side of the Chief Guest. They were S.Y.B.Com. NCC students dressed in full NCC uniform with caps and guns et-al. The Chief Guest was guided to the flag post and she hoisted the Indian flag. Flower petals drizzled from the flag as it unfurled and fluttered in the gentle breeze. The national anthem was sung followed by the flag song. The NCC cadets presented their parade. They marched past in uniform trailed by the Chembur English School band that played well the march song. The parade was impressive. The leader saluted the flag and the Chief Guest and Marched back to position.
The chief guest Ms. Jatinder Kaur addressed the gathering. She spoke emotionally about the Independence struggle and the value of being free. She questioned our freedom and said that though India is a free nation we are still slaves of several powers that divide us. We fight and kill in the name of religion, caste, creed, race, language. We have to break free from all this and work towards developing India into a truly free, developed nation. She said it was the responsibility of parents, teachers, schools and colleges to take the lead to change the mindset of the youth of India. We have to be the Change we want to See.
Ms. Jatindar Kaur’s speech stirred the audience and they applauded in appreciation filled with emotions. Her message was strong and well received. The cultural events rolled starting with the Chembur English Primary School, Secondary School, Day Junior College, D.Ed. College, Mahatma Night Degree and Junior College and the B.Ed. college. An array of events ranging from a fashion parade to, street plays, skits, dances, speeches and songs all filled the morning with the spirit of patriotism and joy. Mahatma Night Degree College students presented a skit called ‘Civic Awareness for an Independent Nation – Be the Change you want to See’ There were four skits each one with a message. They described the civic problems we are facing. Bad roads, pot holes and waste on the streets; water shortage; ambulance facility for road accidents and power failure in cities. The BMC help line numbers were flashed educating people of their rights. The helpline numbers will help people report the problem they are facing and help authorities address the issues. The students performing were from T.Y.B.Com. and S.Y.B.Com. This was a MNDC’S CMCA Youth wing initiative. The students performed well and the programme was successful. The performances concluded with a dance by the students of the B.Ed. college.
Chocolates were distributed to all present and the students dispersed. The teachers proceeded to room number 401 where C.E.O. and Chairman of Mahatma Education Society’s Pillai Group of Institutions Dr. K. M. Vasudevan Pillai Sir addressed the gathering. Sir spoke about the political scenario and blamed the people and leaders for all the problems we are facing. He emphasized that Education alone will solve our problems and that we have to ensure that free and compulsory education is imparted to children. A delicious traditional Kerala breakfast was served. Dr. K. M. Vasudevan Pillai released a book titled “Value Embedded Life” authored by Dr. Sunita Patawari, Director of EduKids, Tilak Nagar and Senior Professor of Pillai College of Education and Research, Chembur. Dr. Sunita distributed sweets and all congratulated and commended her for authoring a book. The breakfast meeting ended on a joyful note hoping that the conditions in our country will change for the better.
NCC Day Celebration 2017
NCC unit of Mahatma Night Degree College of Arts & Commerce celebrated its NCC Day on 22nd December, 2017. Dr. Sunil Kadam from Acharya College had been called as a Chief Guest for the event. The program started at 7 p.m. and the pilots escorted the chief guest Dr. Sunil Kadam. The welcome speech was given by NCC cadet and Principal Dr. Padma Rangan felicitated the chief guest with floral tribute. After the formal introduction of the chief guest, NCC Cadets performed the regular drill and guards. Dr. Sunil Kadam had been asked to inspect the drill and the guard by the NCC Leader. Later on NCC cadets demonstrated combat fighting and their martial arts performance. This was followed by the address of the chief guest. Dr. Sunil Kadam appreciated the efforts taken by the NCC Cadets and thanked Dr. Padma Rangan for her enormous support to the NCC unit of the college. All the brilliant NCC cadets were awarded with the medals. The program concluded with the vote of thanks given by Dharmendra Chakraborty.
Independence Day Celebration 2016
National Cadet Corps (NCC) Unit of Mahatma Night Degree College celebrated Independence Day splendidly in academic year 2016-17. The Chief Guest of the event Dr. Sunita Jain from Pillais’ College of Education and Research was piloted by NCC Students from the main gate. March parade band’s beat along with piloting NCC Cadets enthralled the entire gathering present for the celebration. Dr. Sunita Jain formally started the function by flag hoisting which was followed by national anthem.
After the formal inauguration of the function, SUV Puroshotam Pawar asked permission for NCC drill from the chief guest Dr. Sunita Jain. The permission was granted by the chief guest and NCC drill was performed by the NCC Cadets. The discipline and dedication of NCC drill left the gathering spellbound. Consequently, the chief guest expressed her ideas about national integrity, development paths of the nations and hindrance for the same. Her ideas provoked the thought process of the students and teacher of chembur campus. The program proceeded by the cultural events by the students of different sections of chembur campus.
After completion of all the cultural events, vote of thanks was given to management of mahatma education society and all the heads of institutes by the students of D.Ed. Section. The program was concluded by the pledge of integrity and unity by the gathering.
Run For Humanity Marathon at Khopoli & Pen
The NCC cadets of Mahatma Night Degree College engaged in a traffic control and crowd management task at the ‘Run For Humanity Marathon’ organized by Mahatma Education Society on 20th December at Pen and on 3rd January at Khopoli. 18 cadets participated in the event. The NCC cadets reported at Pillai’s Panvel campus on 19th December for the Pen Marathon and on 2nd January for Khopoli Marathon at 4pm on both the days. From Panvel campus they went to Franav Farm house located at Apat Phata on Panvel Mangao Road.
NCC Day Programme Report
NCC Day Celebration is a big milestone in the life of a NCC Cadet and every year Mahatma Night Degree College of Arts and Commerce celebrates NCC Day in the month of December. NCC teaches discipline, valor, dedication and devotion towards work to the students. Students, even after working the whole day, come to college in the evening and some exceptionally motivational students join NCC and train after 9.00PM. It is evident that financial constraints and other problems cannot prevent students from joining the NCC. In the academic year 2015-16, MNDC celebrated its NCC day on 22nd December, 2015 between 6.30 pm and 8.30 pm. NCC Program Officer and Associate Prof. B. S. Kitekar from Sidhharth College had been invited as the chief guest for the program. The program started with the formal introduction of Mahatma Education Society and Night Degree College by Principal Dr. Padma Rangan.
The program was formally started by lighting the lamp by our chief guest Associate Prof. B. S. Kitekar. Dr. Padma Rangan introduced the chief guest and threw light on his academic and professional achievements and explained to the students how being an NCC cadet helped many eminent personalities including Associate Prof. B. S. Kitekar, become a successful person in his life.
NCC students had prepared for a rigorous parade for NCC day and the same had been shown by them on NCC day with the permission by Prof. B. S. Kitekar. Our Chief Guest was very impressed and appreciated the efforts and perfection of our students. NCC In-Charge Asst.Pro.Harsh Shukla invited the Chief Guest to share his thoughts with the students. Associate Prof. B. S. Kitekar shared his views and ideas with students. Sir, talked about the role of integration in the NCC Unit in order to make the NCC Cadets understand the importance of NCC. He further elaborated that how Each Cadet is Important for the unit as every soldier for the country. He said that we cannot call a group of people a team unless they are united with similar motto and inspiration. Same is true for the nation. His words made the students realize that in NCC they need to keep their ego aside. After Prof. B. S. Kitekar’s speech NCC Cadets exhibited their Martial arts skills. At the end, Asst. Prof. Harsh Shukla showed the Power Point presentation on “Life in NCC at MNDC”.
The program was followed by a Prize distribution ceremony for selected NCC Cadets recognizing their extra ordinary contribution in NCC. Principal Dr. Padma Rangan requested Associate Prof. B. S. Kitekar to distribute prizes to the NCC achievers. Subsequently, Asst. Prof. Harsh Shukla requested Dr. Padma Rangan to distribute medals to students. The program reached its last lap when NCC students sang the NCC song and the vote of thanks was given by Asst.Prof.Harsh Shukla. He bid adieu to everyone.
List of NCC Day Prize Winners
- Sashikand Mourya (Best cadet first year Boys)
- Ankita Mohitey (Best Cadet first year Girls)
- Rahul Gupta (Best Martial Arts Second Year Boys)
- Sagar Pawar (Best Martial Arts Third Year Boys)
*Mr. Sagar Pawar also won silver medal in Thaekando at a state level competition.
NCC Matheran Trekking Trip
The NCC Unit of Mahatma Night Degree College participated in a one day trekking camp to Matheran Hill Station on 6th September, 2015. 27 NCC Cadets along with NCC In Charge Asst.Prof.Harsh Shukla formulated the trekking group. The excursion started at 5.30am in the morning and reached Neral Station at 7.15 am. After reaching Neral station, Students were given light snacks and tea. At 8 am trekking commenced from Neral Station. The first halt was taken at Jumma Patti Railway station covering a distance of 3km. Again, Students were given glucose biscuits and energy drinks. Trekking continued and the group reached the top of the hill at 10pm. At Matheran the entry tickets were purchased. At 11 am we reached the Matheran market area.
The students relaxed and had their lunch in the garden in Matheran. At 12 noon we started exploring the beauty of matheran and left for Alexender point, Chowk point and Madhavji point. Every point was almost 2 kms. away. At Little Chock point at 2pm students had sweet lime juice and relaxed for 15 minutes. Subsequently the group marched towards lake point , Eco point and Sunset point. At 6 pm we left Matheran and took a Taxi for Neral Station. At 7 PM we were at Neral Station and had tea over there. Then all of us took the local train to Kurla. The journey was successful as the students had gathered beautiful memories for their life time and enjoyed the joy and energy of trekking. The Matheran Trekking trip will be remembered fondly by all…
Independence Day Celebration
Like every year, National Cadet Corps (NCC) Unit of Mahatma Night Degree College majestically celebrated Independence Day in the academic year 2015-16. All the institutions of the Mahatma Education Society’s Chembur campus participated in the celebrations. The chief guest of the event Dr. Sneha Raikar of the B.Ed. section, was piloted by NCC Students from the main gate to the spot of the programme. March past, parade, band beats along with piloting NCC Cadets enthralled the entire gathering present for the celebrations. Dr. Sneha Raikar formally started the function by flag hoisting which was followed by the national anthem. After the formal inauguration of the function, NCC Cadet Sheetal Maurya asked for permission to start with the NCC drill from the chief guest. Permission was granted and the NCC drill was performed by the NCC Cadets. The discipline and dedication of NCC drill left the gathering spellbound. Subsequently, the chief guest expressed her ideas about ‘Role Of Discipline In the Life of A Student.’ Her speech about discipline and national integration compelled the students for brainstorming. The program proceeded with the cultural events by the students of different sections of the Chembur campus. After completion of all the cultural events, vote of thanks was proposed.
Republic Day Celebration
Mahatma Night Degree College of Arts and Commerce has a long lasting tradition of celebrating Republic Day and academic 2015-16 added new stars in this patriotic function. The college invited H.O.D of Commerce of the college Dr. Lata Krishnan as Chief Guest for the event. The function started with Piloting of the Chief Guest Dr. Lata Krishnan by NCC students. The drum beats filled the environment and students participated enthusiastically. The flag was hoisted by the Chief Guest Dr. Lata Krishnan. The Chief Guest explained the importance of national integration and talked about the diversity and challenges in the city of Mumbai. The Chief Guest motivated the students with her idea of national integration and about the role of youth in nation building. NCC Cadet Dharmendra Chakraborty took permission from the Chief Guest to start the NCC Parade and same was granted by her. The zest and zeal of the NCC boys reflected in their parade of NCC. The program was followed by a cultural dance and songs by the Primary and B Ed section of the campus. The program concluded with a vote of thanks and the gathering scattered for the day.
Independent Day Celebrations 2014-15
National Cadet Corps (NCC) Unit of Mahatma Night Degree College celebrated Independence Day splendidly in the academic year 2014-15. All the institutions of Mahatma Education Society’s Chembur Campus participated in the celebrations. The Chief Guest of the event Dr. Mary Dev Kumar was piloted by NCC Students from the main gate to the programme spot. March parade band’s beat along with piloting NCC Cadets enthralled the entire gathering present for the celebration. Mary Dev Kumar Madam formally started the function by flag hoisting which was followed by the national anthem. After the formal inauguration of the function, SUO Kiran Gharat asked for permission to begin with the NCC drill from the Chief Guest Mary Dev Kumar.
NCC Day Programme Report
Mahatma Night Degree College has been celebrating NCC Day since last several years. National Cadet Corps plays a very important role in the life of students. NCC teaches discipline, valor, dedication and devotion towards work to the students. Albeit, it’s a night college, the zest of NCC students is not less than any other day college students. In the academic year 2014-15, MNDC celebrated its NCC day on 15th December, 2014 between 6.30 pm and 8.30 pm. NCC Program Officer and Asst. Prof. Sunil Kadam from Acharya and Marathe college had been invited as the chief guest for the program. The program was started with the formal introduction of Mahatma Education Society and Night Degree College by Principal Dr. Padma Ranganand followed by his splendid lecture.
Subsequently, the program was formally started by lightning the lamp by our chief guest Asst. Prof. Sunil Kadam. The NCC In Charge Asst. Prof. Harsh Shukla introduced the chief guest and threw light on his academic and professional achievements and explained the students how being an NCC student helped many eminent personalities as well as Asst. Prof. Sunil Kadam to become a successful person in his life.
NCC students had prepared for a rigorous parade for NCC day and the same had been shown by them on NCC day with the permission by Asst.Prof. Sunil Kadam. Our Chief Guest was highly impressed by seeing the efforts and perfection of our students. After such a splendid performance of NCC Students, Principal Dr. Padma Rangan welcomed the chief guest with flowery tribute and expressed her views and a picture about the college, students and the future plans of the college. Further, Madam encouraged the students for their future prospects being an NCC student. The Principal invitedthe Chief Guest to share his thoughts with the students and he accepted her invitation. Asst.Prof. Sunil Kadam shared his views and ideas with students. He also encouraged the students to join Indian police service, Army, Navy as well as Air force as a prospective career. He further elaborated his thoughts about women empowerment and the role of women for Nation’s development. His views were got huge a round of applause from MNDC students.
Mahatma Night Degree College felicitates some selected NCC students for their extra ordinary contribution in NCC. Principal Dr. Padma Rangan Requested Asst.Prof. Sunil Kadam to distribute prizes to selected NCC students. Subsequently, Asst. Prof. Harsh Shukla requested Dr. Padma Rangan to distribute medals to students. After the completion of prize distribution ceremony, students demonstrated their taekwondo skills. They also made human pyramid and performed martial arts in front of the entire gathering. Entire college was amazed by seeing such an extra ordinary performance by night college students. The program reached to its last stage where NCC students sang NCC song and vote of thanks was given by Asst.Prof.Harsh Shukla and he bid adieu to everyone.
List of students who received prize on NCC day:
|Name||Achievement in Program||Prize / Medal|
|Suo. Kiran T. Gaurat||Parade Commander||Prize / Medal|
|Juo. Sandeep S. Verma||Best Cadet||Prize / Medal|
|Csm. Sagar Pawar||Best In Martial Arts||Medal|
|Juo. Dharmendra Chakraworty||Section Commander||Medal|
|Sgt. Ashish Kolekar||Band Major||Medal|
|Sgt. Ramkumar Charotiya||Band Major||Medal|
|Csm. Akshay Bhoite||Best Pilot In Boy’s||Medal|
|Cdt. Jitendra Ugirpuriya||Best Drill In Boy’s 1st Year||Medal|
|Cdt. Prajyot Dahigaonkar||Best Cadet In Boys 1st Year||Medal|
|Cdt. Mahendra Fulwariya||2nd Best Cadet In 1st Year Boy’s||Medal|
|Csm. Pranali Dandavte||Best Cadet In Girls 2nd Year||Medal|
|Juo. Shalima Ambire||Mic Coordinator||Medal|
|Sheetal Dasri||Best Pilot In Girl’s||Medal|
|Cdt. Sheetal Maurya||Best Cadet Girls 1st Year|
Republic Day Celebration
Mahatma Night Degree College of Arts and Commerce has a long lasting tradition of celebrating Republic Day and academic 2014-15 is no exception. The college invited Mary Varghese Madam from B Ed Section as Chief Guest for the event. The function started with Piloting of the Chief Guest Mary Varghese Madam by NCC students. The sound of the drum beat created a patriotic environment in the gathering. The flag had been hoisted by the Chief Guest Mary Varghese Madam and subsequently followed by her motivational speech on national integrity. Juo. Sandeep S. Verma took permission from Chief Guest to start the NCC Parade and same has been granted by her. The zest and zeal of the NCC boys had resembled in the parade of NCC boys. The program followed by the cultural dance and songs by primary and B Ed section. The program concluded with vote of thanks and the gathering scattered for the day.
As our college does not have an independent NCC unit, our students are enrolled in other colleges. Boys are enrolled in Khalsa college, Matunga and girls in Kirti college, Dadar. This year a total number of 18 students enrolled for various activities including regular parades on Sunday’s and other holidays. Even though, most of them are employed they find the time to practice and attend parades regularly. They attend various types of camps both at state and national levels.
The following are the activities and competitions in which our cadets participated:
- Trekking in Kolhapur on 14th January 2014. The venues for trekking were Jyotiba temple in Kolhapur, Sangali Ganpati, Kaneri Math, Audumbar.
- Traffic duty on all Ganpati visarzan days in the sensitive areas in and aroud Chembur. A total number of 25 students participated in this activity. They were given working instructions by the police department of Basant Park.
- Two students appeared for C certificate examination at Yavatmal.Republic day parade and Independence Day parade – All NCC cadets attended both these national days in the battalion and in our college dividing into groups. They performed pilot and escort duty for the chief guest on both days. They also exhibited stunning march past during these occasions. On Sports Day the NCC cadets had a significant role during the inaugural ceremony and maintaining discipline during the programme.
- The NCC day was celebrated on 12 December 2013.
Trekking Camp – Punjab
Date: 13th to 30th June, 2011
Name of Cadets Participated:
|Name||Class / Division||Roll No.|
|Cdt. Pranjali Surve||S.Y.B.Com. / B||146|
|Cdt. Pooja Khandagale||S.Y.B.Com. / A||073|
Although the main activity was trekking, there were dance performances on the theme of national integration and sports activities for advancement in adventurous areas.
NCC Report 2011-12
The following boys’ students are enrolled / promoted to 5 MAH Battalion in the academic year 2011–12.
|Senior Cadets Boys (2011-12) - T.Y.B.Com.|
|Cdt. Nitin S. Parde||T.Y.B.Com.||5 MAH EME COY||SD/09/104458|
|Cdt. Ritesh N. Chilukapelly||T.Y.B.Com.||5 MAH EME COY||SD/09/104|
|Cdt. Sachin R. Soni||T.Y.B.Com.||5 MAH EME COY||SD/09/104425|
|LCPL. Sachin Gautam||T.Y.B.Com.||5 MAH EME COY||SD/09/104460|
|Cdt. Zuber T. Hussain||T.Y.B.Com.||5 MAH EME COY||SD/09/104496|
|1st Year Cadets Boys (2011-12) - F.Y.B.Com.|
|Cdt. Rahul Jhakkar||F.Y.B.Com.||5 MAH EME COY||SD/11/104|
|Cdt. Ajay Sonawane||F.Y.B.Com.||5 MAH EME COY||SD/11/104|
|Cdt. Mayur Paikade||F.Y.B.Com.||5 MAH EME COY||SD/11/104|
|Cdt. Rohit Vatkar||F.Y.B.Com.||5 MAH EME COY||SD/11/104|
|Cdt. Shaharukh Daood||F.Y.B.Com.||5 MAH EME COY||SD/11/104|
|Cdt. Prashant Pokarkar||F.Y.B.Com.||5 MAH EME COY||SD/11/104|
|1st Year Cadets Boys (2011-12) - F.Y.J.C.|
|Cdt. Chandan Singh||F.Y.J.C.||1 MAH BN KHALSA||--|
|Cdt. Rizwan Khan||F.Y.J.C.||1 MAH BN KHALSA||--|
|Cdt. Siddharth Dhate||F.Y.J.C.||1 MAH BN KHALSA||--|
|Cdt. Tushar Kondekar||F.Y.J.C.||1 MAH BN KHALSA||--|
|Cdt. Sandesh Jagtap||F.Y.J.C.||1 MAH BN KHALSA||--|
|Cdt. Subhash Kahur||F.Y.J.C.||1 MAH BN KHALSA||--|
|Cdt. Akash Bankar||F.Y.J.C.||1 MAH BN KHALSA||--|
|Cdt. Nagnath Gaikwad||F.Y.J.C.||1 MAH BN KHALSA||--|
|Cdt. Mangal Dhobi||F.Y.J.C.||1 MAH BN KHALSA||--|
|Cdt. Abhijit Pujari||F.Y.J.C.||1 MAH BN KHALSA||--|
|Cdt. Yogesh Gandat||F.Y.J.C.||1 MAH BN KHALSA||--|
|1st Year Cadets Boys (2011-12) - S.Y.J.C.|
|Cdt. Minto Tiwari||S.Y.J.C.||1 MAH BN KHALSA||--|
The following girls’ students are enrolled / promoted to 5 MAH Battalion in the academic year 2011–12.
|Senior Cadets Girls (2011-12) - T.Y.B.Com.|
|Cdt. Sunita Parmar||T.Y.B.Com.||1 MAH GIRLS BL COY||SW/09/213846|
|Cdt. Mandal Misal||T.Y.B.Com.||1 MAH GIRLS BL COY||SW/09/213868|
|1st Year Cadets Girls (2011-12)|
|Pallavi Siddharth Kamble||F.Y.J.C.||1 MAH GIRLS BL COY||--|
|Cdt. Akshata Dhanawde||F.Y.B.Com.||1 MAH GIRLS BL COY||--|
|Cdt. Ashavini Athawle||F.Y.J.C.||1 MAH GIRLS BL COY||--|
|Cdt. Priyanka Khanvilkar||F.Y.J.C.||1 MAH GIRLS BL COY||--|
|Cdt. Pooja Landage||F.Y.J.C.||1 MAH GIRLS BL COY||--|
|Cdt. Jyoti Dinkar Sukale||F.Y.B.Com.||1 MAH GIRLS BL COY||--|
|Cdt. Arun Meshram||F.Y.J.C.||1 MAH GIRLS BL COY||--|
|2nd Year Cadets Girls (2011-12)|
|Cdt. Pooja Khandagale||S.Y.B.Com.||1 MAH GIRLS BL COY||--|
|Cdt. Sonali Waghmare||S.Y.B.Com.||1 MAH GIRLS BL COY||--|
|Cdt. Arti Vinayak Nikam||S.Y.B.Com.||1 MAH GIRLS BL COY||--|
|Cdt. Pranjali Surve||S.Y.B.Com.||1 MAH GIRLS BL COY||--|
|Cdt. Megha Mhatre||S.Y.B.Com.||1 MAH GIRLS BL COY||--|
|Cdt. Algama Tewar||S.Y.B.Com.||1 MAH GIRLS BL COY||--|
|Cdt. Mamita Gaud||F.Y.B.Com.||1 MAH GIRLS BL COY||--|
|Cdt. Arti Verma||F.Y.B.Com.||1 MAH GIRLS BL COY||--|
Adventure and Para – Sailing Camp – Alibaug
Date: 9th to 28th April, 2011
Name of Cadets Participated:
|Name||Class / Division||Roll No.|
|Cdt. Pooja Abhiman Khandagale||S.Y.B.Com. / A||073|
|Cdt. Nutan Panchal||S.Y.B.Com. / B||107|
|Cdt. Megha Mhatre||F.Y.B.Com. / A||112|
NCC Activities 2009–2010
6th to 18th June
NCC students were in Uran Camp where they learned the importance of cultural and importance of NCC activity in NCC camp.
NCC enrollment was declared and NCC awareness was conducted in the college, motivate students to join NCC. NCC organized a parade on the ground.
NCC In – Charge Officer and Leaders of the previous year organized this session.
First Parade Practice started in the battalion ground for boys and girls in Kirti College.
First Parade Practice started in the college ground for boys and girls.
Senior NCC Cadets guided and motivated to perform the drill in the college for 15th August.
NCC Cadets attended the Independence Day celebration organized in the college ground for March Past and Flag Hosting.
First Year and Second Year NCC Cadets (Girls & Boys) attended the flag hosting ceremony in the college. The cadets in uniform were on duty as a pilot and escort for the Chief Guest. A March Past was also organized to flank the Chief Guest and other Principals to the daises.
24th July to 9th August
Three boys’ cadets and five girls’ cadets were selected and departed to Uran for a 10 day Annual Training Camp.
All the NCC cadets were on duty in connection with Ganpathi Idol Immersion Traffic Controlling. They were all deployed in the accident prone and sensitive areas. This was a combine project with the Police Department in Basant Park.
Five boys’ were selected for ‘Thal Sena’ Camp for 12 days in Kolhapur.
Four boys’ cadets were selected for the Army Attachment camp to be held in Golkonda in Andhra Pradesh.
NCC Day was celebrated inviting cadets from neighboring colleges. The college ground was cleared and the courtyard was set with poles, NCC board and Chains. Red Carpet was spread to the gate to the daises. All the cadets were reported in time in the best turnout. The Principal of our college Shri C. Y. Kulkarni was the Chief Guest. He was received at the Gate and lead to the diase by the NCC pilot and escort along the red carpet.
After the welcome speech by the Principal, the Chief Guest addressed the cadets in uniform, NSS volunteers, teachers and the people who gathered there to watch the ceremony.
After the NCC Flag Hosting, the cadets performed March Past, first aid session and cultural activities.
Shields, Medals, Ranks and Certificates were distributed for the best performances in the previous year.
The NCC day celebration concluded by 11.30 am. Refreshment was served for all the guest and participants.
NCC Cadets participated in parade for welcoming the IB teachers from other countries.
16th and 17th December
On the context of sports days of our college the NCC cadets performed a March Past with the band. They were also in duty to organize various sports events ground marking, supplying sports kits, serving foods and so on throughout two days.
19 cadets reported in the NCC Headquarters, Next to Police HQ., Colaba. To attend two day CM’s Rally from Mantralaya to Azad Maidan.
26th January, 2010
Students performed lazim in which few NCC cadets were also participated. They also performed drill with complete contingent with 20 cadets, in which First Year and Second Year NCC Cadets (Girls & Boys) attended the flag hosting ceremony in the college. The cadets in uniform were on duty as a pilot and escort for the Chief Guest. A March Past was also organized to flank the Chief Guest and other Principals to the daises.
Parade Instructor came to the college and guided cadets about the ‘B’ and ‘C’ Set Examinations.
‘Cee’ Set examination was conducted in the Battalion and six cadets were eligible to appear this examination, and ‘Bee’ set examination was conducted in the same unit and amongst with 14 cadets wrote the examination.
NCC Report 2009–2010
In the academic year 2009–10, 17 boys were enrolled to NCC. As our college does not have an independent NCC unit, thus students enrolled their name in three different colleges (VJTI College, G. N. Khalsa College, Kirti College). 12 cadets enrolled in 5 MAH EME COY NCC Battalion, Matunga and five cadets enrolled in 1 MAH Battalion, Dadar (W). 14 girls were enrolled in NCC i.e. 5 MAH Battalion in Kirti College and completed their initial training programme and were eligible for 10 grace marks.
The name of the boys cadets are:
|Nitin Suresh Parde||First Year NCC|
|Sachin BL. Gautam||First Year NCC|
|Manoj V Singh||First Year NCC|
|Rethesh N. Chilukapelly||First Year NCC|
|Subhash R. Sutar||First Year NCC|
|Juber T. Hussain||First Year NCC|
|Deepak R. Kapure||First Year NCC|
|Sachin R. Soni||First Year NCC|
|Amol R. Shinde||Second Year NCC|
|Anil Shinde||Second Year NCC|
|Ajith Mahadik||Second Year NCC|
|Rahul Pagare||Second Year NCC|
The names of the girl cadets are:
|Sunita Parmar||Second Year NCC|
|Sujata||Second Year NCC|
|Rohini||Second Year NCC|
|Manda||Second Year NCC|
Various students attended the training programme, Independence Day Camp in Uran and also participated in Republic Day Parade in College, Cultural activities, traffic duty programme in association with the Police Department of Mumbai, Ganesh Visarjan for 10 days, helped in pulse polio programme and B – Certificate and C – Certificate examination.
NCC Report 2008–2009
An army attachment camp was organized by 5 Maharashtra EME NCC COY in JNPT URAN. The duration of the camp was twelve days. The camp commended on 9th June, 2008 and concluded on 19th June, 2008.
The following are the cadets participated in the camp and successfully completed the camp.
|Name||Roll No. & Class|
|Mr. Gorakh Nigam||89 of T.Y.B.Com.|
|Mr. Rakesh Sharma|
|Mr. Shivyogi Nimbane||81|
The second project was a mega blood donation camp organized by 6 Maharashtra Battalion functioning at Somiya College Campus.
On 27th June, 2008 the following cadets were in the organizing committee and also donated blood.
|Name||Roll No. & Class|
|Mr. Amol Shinde||182 of F.Y.B.Com.|
|Mr. Kontiyal Goyal||58 of F.Y.B.Com.|
|Mr. Ajithi Mahadik||110 of F.Y.B.Com.|
|Mr. Ravi Jaiswal||12 of F.Y.B.Com.|
The third project was selection camp for selecting good cadets for the Republic Day Parade to be held on 26th January, 2009 in New Delhi. The camp was organized by NCC Directorate and the Venue of the selection camp was URAN JNPT. Mr Amit Gupta from S.Y.B.Com. was selected to the second round and unfortunately he couldn’t qualify in the next round.
The fourth project was the traffic duty during the Ganpathi immersion days all of our cadets were deployed along with Police Officials in sensitive areas were causalities occurs in the previous years.
The fifth project was voluntary on “The Solidarity Meet” organized by University of Mumbai to pay tribute to those who sacrificed their lives to defeat the terrors who ventured to release terroristic activities in Mumbai City this programme was organized on 20th December.
The sixth project in National Integration Camp organized in Navy Nagar, Colaba. All cadets were compulsory brought into the camp. This was five day camp from January 10th to January, 15th, 2009.
NCC Activities 2007–2008
16th to 18th July
NCC awareness rounds in the college to motivate the students to join NCC.
NCC In – Charge Officer and Leaders of the previous year organized this session.
First Parade Practice started in the battalion ground for boys and in Khalsa College for girls
Senior NCC Cadets attended the Independence Day celebration organized in the battalion ground for March Past, Rifle Dril and Flag Hosting.
First Year and Second Year NCC Cadets attended the flag hoisting ceremony in the college. The cadets in uniform were on duty as the pilot and escort for the Chief Guest. A March Past was also organized to flank the Chief Guest and other teachers to the dais.
Three girl cadets and eight boys cadets were selected and departed to Uran for a 10 day 80C Camp.
All the NCC cadets were on duty in connection with Ganpathi Idol Immersion Traffic Controlling. They were all deployed in the accident prone and sensitive areas. This was a combined project with the Police Department in Basant Park.
Three boys cadets were selected for the Army Attachment camp to be held in Amravathi.
NCC Day was celebrated inviting cadets from neighbouring colleges. Rifles were brought from the battalion and two parade instructors were posted on duty. The college ground was cleared and the courtyard was set with poles, NCC board and Chains. Red Carpet was spread from the gate to the dais. All the cadets were reported in time in the best turnout. The Sr. Police Inspector of the Basant Park Police Station was the Chief Guest. He was received at the Gate and lead to the dais by the NCC pilot and escort along the red carpet.
After the welcome speech by the Principal, the Chief Guest addressed the cadets in uniform, NSS volunteers, teachers and the people who had gathered there to watch the ceremony.
After the National Flag Hoisting, the cadets performed March Past, rifle drill, bonnet fighting, moke war, first aid session and cultural activities.
Shields, Medals and certificates were distributed for the best performances in the previous year.
The NCC day celebration was concluded by 11.30 a.m. Refreshment was served for all the guest and participants.
22nd and 23rd December
On the context of sports days of our college, the NCC cadets performed a March Past. They were also on duty to organize various sports events ground marking, supplying sports kits, serving food and so on, throughout the two days.
9 cadets reported in the Naval Base, Colaba for a 5 day National Integration Camp.
5th January, 2008
Cycle expedition was organized from Chembur campus to Mahad to propagate anti tobacco message. 18 NCC cadets and 7 NSS volunteers participated in this venture. They were received by the NSS unit of Pillai’s College of Commerce, New Panvel and served breakfast for each participants. By evening 7 pm they returned to Pillai’s College Campus for that day halt. Next morning they visited the two campuses of Mahatma Education Society in Panvel. They reached back the college at 3 pm. The Principal and NSS volunteers were present to welcome them back.
Three senior cadets qualified in the ‘C’ Certificate Examination held in the battalion.
NCC Report 2007–2008
In the academic year 2007–08, 20 boy students were enrolled to NCC. As our college doesn’t have an independent NCC Unit, those boys were, enrolled directly to 5 MAH EME COY NCC Battalion functioning in the VJTI Campus, Matunga. In the same way five girl students were also enrolled in 8 MAH Girls Battalion NCC functioning at Khalsa College, Matunga. Among them 12 boys students and two girl students completed all the training programme and were eligible for 10 grace marks.
|Gorak Vishwanath Nikam||Second Year NCC|
|Amit Mohan Gupta||First Year NCC|
|Rakesh Madav Sharma||First Year NCC|
|Shivjogi Ramling Nimbane||First Year NCC|
|Swapnil Uttam Donde||First Year NCC|
|Nitin Popat Gangawane||First Year NCC|
|Yuvaraj Bhimrao Chavan||Third Year NCC|
|Sudhir Sambaji Rao Patil||Third Year NCC|
|Prashant Bhanudas Yadav||Third Year NCC|
|Sadanand Rashimi Morya||Third Year NCC|
|Sandeep Namdeo Kumbhar||Third Year NCC|
|Arun Baban Kamble||Third Year NCC|
|Priyanka J. Masal||First Year NCC|
|Depanjali K. Shelar||First Year NCC|
Various students attended the training programme, Independence Day and Republic Day Parades, NCC Camps, Cycle Expedition, Cultural Activities, Traffic Duty Program in association with Police Department and B Certificate and C Certificate Examinations.