1. Name of the Department Commerce & Management
2. Year of Establishment 1970
3. Programme / Courses offered B.Com (UG)
4. Interdisciplinary Courses offered COC in Accountancy & Taxation
Certificate Course in Event
Certificate Course in Stock Market
5. Programme wise Examination System (Annual / Semester / CBCS)
B. Com. Semester
  1. Participation of department in the courses offered by other departments: Nil
7. Courses in collaboration with other universities: Nil
8. Details of courses/programmes discontinued with reasons: NIL
9. Number of Teaching posts :
Designation Sanctioned Recruited
Associate Professor
Assistant Professor 3 + 1 (CHB) 3+1 (CHB)
  1. Faculty profile:


Ph. D.
Experience Students
Name Qualification Designation Specialization guided for
the last 4
Shri. S. V. M. Com., Asst. Prof Adv. Accountancy & 5 Years
Bachche C. A., LLB., NET Finance
Smt. A. A. M. Com., Asst. Prof Adv. Accountancy & 5 Years
Kotnis M. Phil., NET Finance
Smt. S. S. M. Com., Asst. Prof Adv. Accountancy & 5 Years
Jadhav M. Phil., NET Finance
  1. List of senior visiting faculty: Nil
  2. Percentage of lectures delivered and practical classes handled by temporary faculty:
B. Com. 50%
13. Student – Teacher Ratio Programme Wise:
B. Com. 49 : 1
  1. Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff; sanctioned and filled:
Name Designation
Nil Nil
15. Qualifications of teaching faculty with Ph. D/ M. Phil. / PG :
Name of the Faculty Qualification
Smt. A. A. Kotnis M. Phil
Smt. S. S. Jadhav M. Phil
Shri. S. V. Bachche CA & PG
  1. Number of faculty with ongoing projects from funding agencies & grants received: Nil
  2. Departmental projects funded by DST – FIST; UGC, DBT, ICSSR, etc. and total grants received: Nil
18. Research Centre /facility recognized by the University: No
19. Publications:
Name of Faculty / Student Number of papers published in
peer reviewed journals
Shri. S.V. Bacche 08 (National)
Smt. A.A.Kotnis 08 (National)
Smt. S.S.Jadhav 02 (International)
20. Area of consultancy and income generated:
Area of Consultancy Income Generated
Income Tax Free consultancy to staff of MMK
Financial Advisory Honorary to ADSPM Teachers
Credit society
  1. Faculty working as member on various committees / Boards: Nil
22. Student Projects:
·       Percentage of students who have done in-house projects including inter departmental / programme 98% students of Final Year (T. Y. B. Com.)
·       Percentage of students placed for projects in organizations outside the institution i.e.in Research laboratories / Industry / other agencies Nil
  1. Awards / Recognitions received by faculty and students: Nil
  1. List of eminent academicians and scientists / visitors to the department:
Dr. Abhay Tilak Mr. P. T.Kumbhar
Dr. Bhanumurthy Dr. A. M. Gurav
Dr. Manoj Kamat Mr. Prakash Datar
Mr. Gopal Patil C. S. Sandeep Patil
Mr. Sunil Patil Mr. V. N. Deshpande
C.S Swapnil Patole Dr. N. V. Shaha
Mr. Raghvendra Bakare Mr. Ajit Patil
Dr. Rajan Chougule Dr. H. T. Shirke
Mr. Prakash Misal Mr.Ajay Kulkarni
  1. Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized & the source of funding:
Theme Level Funding Agency
Career in CA, CS & MBA University SUK
Banking Awareness University SUK
Opportunities in Banking Sector University SUK
National Conference on

Make in India- Emerging

trends in Trade &

Innovations for Effective Entrepreneurship

National Self Funded
26. Student profile programme/course wise:
Course Year Applications Selected Enrolled Pass %
Received Male Female
B.Com. 2011 – 12 115 115 83.03%
2012 – 13 126 126 86 40 82.05%
2013 – 14 139 139 89 50 84.50%
2014 – 15 118 118 70 48 86.86%
2015 – 16 157 157 112 45 85.80%
2016 – 17 145 145
  1. Diversity of Students:


Name of the % of students from
Course Same State Other State Abroad
B. Com 99% 01 %
(2015 – 16)
COC (CCAT) 100%
Event 100%
Stock Market 100%
  1. How many students have cleared national and state competitive examinations such as NET, Civil services, Defense services, etc.?
Course NET / SET Civil Service Competitive
B. Com.
29. Students Progression:
UG to PG 58 %
Campus Recruitment 01
Other than Campus Recruitment 11
Self Employment 25
30. Details of Infrastructural facilities:
Library Yes (Departmental Library)
Internet facility for Staff & Students Yes
Classrooms with ICT facility Yes
Laboratories Yes, Common Computer Lab
  1. Number of students receiving financial assistance from college, university, government or other agencies:

All eligible students get financial assistance from government schemes like scholarships, free ships etc.

  1. Details on student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops / seminar) with external experts:

2013 – 14


CA.Raghvendra Bakare
Career in CA CS & MBA 26/02/2014 CS. Swapnil Patole
Dr. A. M. Gurav
2014 – 15
Insurance Awareness 11/09/2014 CA. Rajan Chougule
Mr. P. C. Mulla
2015 – 16
Skill and Entrepreneurship 30/06/2015 Mr. V. N. Deshpande
Motivational Speech 19/10/2016 Vitthal Kotekar
Event Management 19/12/2016 Dr. A. M. Gurav
2016 – 17
Investment Awareness 19/01/2017 Mr. Ajit Patil
Financial Literacy 01/02/2017 Dharmendra Powar
Opportunities in Banking 09/02/2017 Mr. Prakash Misal
Sector Ms. Prachi Haval
  1. Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning: Lectures, Seminars, Field visit, Projects, Assignments, Video clips, Question/Answer session, Poster Presentation, Power point Presentation, Role playing etc.

34. Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) and Extension activities:

  •  Blood donation, Old Age Home Visit, Counseling to teenagers.

35. SWOC analysis of the department and Future plans


  • Team Work
  • Eminent Teaching Faculty
  • Organization of workshop for students 100% Computer Literacy
  • Different courses
  • Skill Development Centre


  • No PG Department
  • Low Percentage of selection of students in Competitive Exams All Faculty is still pursing Ph. D
  • No English medium facility at UG level


  • To start English Medium at UG level To Organize International conference To sign MOU with banks and Industries
  • To start PG department & professional courses.


  • To Improve Placement Mechanism