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Commerce Association



Committee Members:


·         Ms. Savita Punjabi

·         Mr. Gopal Chanchlani

·         Mr. Ravindra Karandikar

·         Ms. Shruti Joshi

·         Ms. Anita Talreja



 Commerce association was formerly inaugurated on 7th July 2015 by addressing students on 'Role and Importance of Commerce in the modern era'. A seminar was arranged on 8th July 2015 on 'Recent Trends in Management' for second year B. Com students. On 27th July, 2015 a seminar on 'Environmental issues' was organized for first year B. Com students. During these seminars, the presentations on different topics were done by the students. Pradarshni, an exhibition of advertising models was held on 16th January, 2016. The models exhibited the innate qualities of S.Y.B.Com students. The visitors including Judge Ms. Pranali Patil, Coordinator B.Sc. (CS & IT) and other colleagues and students appreciated the creative minds of the young learners. To make the students conscious about the objective questions asked in the exams, Software Assisted Evaluation Program was taken in the month of February for final year B.Com students for the subject of HRM. It was a method of learning with enjoyment. A visit was arranged to Securities and Exchange Board of India on 9th December, 2015 with 43 students and three teachers.




Field visits are not compulsory for Commerce students. However, there need is always felt to give practical knowledge to the students. So to satisfy this objective, the students of S.Y.B.Com are taken for field visit every year. This year they were taken to Securities and Exchange Board of India in association with Financial Literary Forum. The visit practically gave them information about the theoretical topic of functions of SEBI included in their syllabus. After taking prior permission from the SEBI authorities, the visit was organized with 43 students and three teachers on 9th December, 2015. The SEBI staff made two presentations of one and half hour each. The first presentation talked about the functions of SEBI. The second presentation was about the grievance redressal mechanism set up by SEBI. The student's positive feedback boosted the morale to organize more such activities.





To improve the public speaking abilities of the students, organizing seminars is the best way. With this objective in mind, the students were allocated different topics related to their subject and were asked to present them. So a seminar was organized on 'Recent trends in Management' for S. Y. B. Com students on 15th  July, 2015. The students were divided in group of four and they were given different topics related to management. They were asked to make a presentation of the topic and also e-mail their presentation to the particular e-mail id given in the class. The process helped the students by enhancing their knowledge as they searched different physical as well as e-resources for their topics. Also in the process they created their e-mail ids and learnt to use the technology for regular work. The presentations were appreciated by Principal as the topics discussed were not from the syllabus but related to the recent trends in the subject. In all there were 47 participants divided into 19 groups comprising of three to four students in each group for presentation in the seminar.




With an objective of making students' environment sensitive, a seminar was organised on 'Environmental issues' for F. Y. B. Com students on 21stJuly, 2015 by Commerce Association. The students were asked to choose the topics related to environment, make the group of four and give presentation. They were also directed to e-mail their presentation. The process helped in sensitizing the students about the environment. They also got the platform to speak which enhanced their confidence of public speaking. To share their problems, they approached their friends and teacher, which helped to create a rapport which is necessary as they are at the entry level of Degree College. Use of physical and e-resources acquainted them with the library. During parents meeting, the parents appreciated the initiative as they found their wards preparing for the presentation at home very sincerely. In all there were 75 participants divided into 22 groups comprising of three to four students in each group for presentation in the seminar. The best three presenters were awarded on annual prize distribution day.




To make the subject of advertising more interesting, it is necessary to make the students make their own products and models. They should learn branding, making slogan and advertising the product. Therefore, to combine all these concepts, an advertising exhibition 'Pradarshni' was organised on 16th January, 2016. In all 60 students from S.Y.B.Com with 15 groups and 32 students of F.Y.B.Com with 9 groups made models and charts respectively. The judge appointed for the exhibition was Ms. Pranali Patil, Coordinator, BSC (CS & IT). All the models showcased the hard work done by the students. The first three winners for models and charts were declared separately. The creativity and hard work of the students were appreciated.




To convert learning process in an enjoyment, technology is of great help. The new system of examination has given importance to objectives along with the theory questions. So to help T.Y.B.Com students in learning their objectives of MHRM, we have conducted Software Assisted Evaluation Programme. It is a kind of test where students were given options to check Kaun Banega Commerce ka Genius. The test was conducted in Computer lab on 17th  September, 2015 with 124 students and 15th  February, 2016 respectively with strength of 133 students made in batches. The test made the students revise the objectives. The comparison about the scores given at the end made them prepare well for the program thereby making them competitive. It also added a bit of seriousness towards final examinations.




To reduce the carbon footprints and to make the stakeholders responsible towards the environment, Vehicle-free Campus Day was observed on 25th January, 2016. Many teachers started early to reach the college without their vehicles. Some teachers coming by train even opted for walking to college rather than hiring auto. Even Junior College teachers cooperated by sharing auto rickshaws and not bringing their two or four-wheelers in the college premises for that day.


To share the method of writing proper theory papers to get very good marks, the guidance lecture was organised for T.Y.B.Com students in the subject of HRM. Ass. Prof. Mandhar Paranjpe, Department of Commerce, Adarsh College, Badlapur was invited on 15th February, 2016 He conducted a guidance session for one hour. He talked about the structure of paper and how to score more marks in the subject. Question answer session enabled the students to clear their doubts.