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What is the plan of action chalked out by IQAC in the beginning of the year towards quality enhancement and what is the outcome by the end of the year? Plan of Action chalked out by IQACAs an Institution desiring academic excellence, a plan of action was initiated at the beginning of the year to chalk out strategies to achieve the desired objectives. Following steps were ensured for the purpose:To ensure adequate facilities for the students of marginalized and Socio- economic disadvantaged classes to continue with higher education.

To energetically promote sports activities. To ensure that classroom teaching/learning experiences are supplemented with community oriented activities. To encourage faculty and students to take up research work/projects at various levels. To provide the students with need based courses. Outcomea) Introduction of New self sustaining coursesCourses offered by the college in the Academic Year 2010-2011 Sr. No. I. 1. Course Subjects Undergraduate Courses (Aided) Bachelor of Arts (B. A. Economics, English, Geography, 10 Hindi, History, Marathi, Political Science, Psychology, Sindhi and Sociology Botany, Chemistry, Zoology 06 Mathematics, Microbiology, and Physics Commerce, Accounts and 03 Management as Majors. Total no. subjects of 2. Bachelor of Science (B. Sc. ) 3. Bachelor of Commerce (B. Com. ) II. 1. 2. Undergraduate Unaided Courses: Bachelor of Science in Biotechnology Biotechnology (B. Sc. Biotechnology) Bachelor of Science in Information Information Technology 01 01 Page 1 of 72 (2010AQAR (2010-2011) of Smt. Chandibai .

Himathmal Mansukhani College, Ulhasnagar, Maharashtra 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. III. 1. Technology Bachelor of Commerce in Accounts and Accounts & Finance Finance (BCAF) Bachelor of Commerce in Banking and Banking & Insurance Insurance (BCBI) Bachelor of Commerce in Financial Financial Marketing Marketing (BCFA) Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS) Management Studies Bachelor of Mass Media (BMM) Mass Media Bachelor of Science in Computer Computer Science Science, (B. Sc. Computer Science ) Postgraduate Courses (Aided) Masters in Science (M. Sc) 01 01 01 01 01 01 IV. 1. 2. 3. IV. 1. Master in Arts (M. A. )

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Microbiology (by Papers and 05 Research), Organic Chemistry (by Papers), Physics and Botany (by Research). Postgraduate Courses (Unaided) Economics, English, Geography, 05 Hindi and Marathi. Master in Commerce (M. Com. ) Business Management 01 Master of Science in Biotechnology Biotechnology 01 Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) Doctor of Philosophy (Ph. D. ) Botany, English, Hindi, History, 07 Microbiology, Physics and Sindhi Postgraduate Diploma Courses 01 01 V 1. 2. VI. 1. Postgraduate Advance Diploma in Technical Analysis Technical Analysis (PGADTA) Postgraduate Diploma in Medical Medical Laboratory Techniques.

Laboratory Techniques (PG DMLT) Advanced Postgraduate Certificate Courses Advanced Postgraduate Certificate Clinical Research Course in Clinical Research (CCR) Add on Vocational (Dual Degree Courses) Dual Degree Add on Vocational Course Travel & Tourism 01 VII. 1. 01 b) Increase in research activities. Sr. No 1. Name of Research Guide Dr Bhavna Motwani (02 registered for PhD) Dr Padma Deshmukh (01 PhD completed, 02 registered; 03 Names of the Student for M Phil Completed Registered –Names of the student for Ph D Completed -Registered Gopa Kumar Mamta Borole Ravishankar Babu Pooja Gupta — Priya Bhatt, Dhananjay, Samruddhi Chavan Suhasini Asokan (2010AQAR (2010-2011) of Smt. Chandibai . Himathmal Mansukhani College, Ulhasnagar, Maharashtra Page 2 of 72 3 4 registered for M Phil) Dr Saraswati Patel (01 registered for PhD; 03 registered for M Phil) Dr Jasmin Patil (03 registered for M Phil) Dr Aruna Rai (03 registered for PhD, 02 for M Phil) Dr Milind Vaidya (05 registered for PhD) (YCMOU) -S R Bhagwat, Sanober Smita G. (YCMOU) Pranjali Joshi, Amol Patil Ansari (YCMOU) Vaibhav Shailja Gawade (YCMOU) —Meena Meghrajani (deceased) — — Samareen 5 — — — — 7 8 9 10 11 Dr Charanjeet Kaur (03 M Phil completed, 01 registered) Dr Surendra Prasad (02 PhD completed, 03 registered; 04 registered for M Phil) Dr Sharda Vaidya (02 each registered for PhD and M Phil) Dr Bela Nabar (02 registered for M Phil) Dr Pratima Das (03 completed M Phil) Kailas Aute S B Mahajan Mahesh Tarmale — Sanjay Deore — Anjali Ratnakar, Rajani Shirsat Nivedita Bhopi Kemkar S. D. Wendrich Soares Neelam Shinde Neelima Khot Hrishkesh Mahajan — Lakshmi Singh Nasreen Bano Sanjay kulal Jyoti Thorat Ramdas Bhangre Sarika Gaikwad D Patil J Patil —

PK Dhumal, BK Londhe D K Bhamane, Balwinder Kaur Kritika Singh — — Deepak Pardesi Anita Nachankar — — — 12 Dr Deepa Mishra (01 PhD completed, 02 registered; 04 M Phil completed, 02 registered) 13 Dr Lali Rajan (05M Phil completed and 05 registered for M Phil) Gauri Kavi, Asha Muralidharan Namrata Joseph Savitha Sukumar Romiya Sylvester Correia, Nimisha Kambli Sucheta Gandhi Jaya Gemnani, Sarika Partel, Poonam Wadhwa, Reshmi — — Geetha Ganeshan Meenal Deshmukh Savitha Sukumar Lata Khatwani Hema Manwani, Deepali Buva, Mahalaxmi Dedhia — Reshmi Gurnani, Savita Udassi Neetu Kapoor 2010AQAR (2010-2011) of Smt. Chandibai . Himathmal Mansukhani College, Ulhasnagar, Maharashtra Page 3 of 72 14 Dr Radha Shet (05 completed Phil) Gurnani Sangeeta Rohra -M 15 16 Dr Manju Phatak Simaran Kaur (04 registered for M Rajesh Patil Phil) Kavita Parmar Suman Soni Dr Bhuvaneshwari -Krishna Dr. S V Namboothiri Neelam Parab (01MPhil completed, 02 registered) Dr. B R Joshi -(02 PhD completed) Rohini Nayanani James Jacob Anusha Patil Sunit Gurav Vrinda Dabolkar, Pratibha Tambe Arti Kamat — — — — — 17 18 19 Dr Shalini Saksena (03 PhD completed) —

Bhakti -Gumaste, Rakia Peshiman Nilesh -Rupashree Kadu -Smita Limaye , Priya Dhurander N Ghorge -Sandhya Iyer Samuel Wesley — — — — c) More usages of ICT in teaching process. • The College has 200 computers and 18 laptops for academic and administrative purposes. Internet facilities are available in the office of the Principal, Computer Science and Information Technology Departments, Library and the Research Centers • College also has 05 Lingua phone units, 01 Color Television set and DVD player in the language laboratory of the Department of English. Among the Professional Courses, the Bachelors in Information Technology and Computer Science are fully geared to the promotion of ICT. The other Professional Courses also have a strong component of ICT in the curricula. • Projects by students at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels are expected to be computerized and the College has ensured that every department has computer facilities which are open to the students. Departments take the initiative in helping students to become computer literate while they are on their projects. The Computer Science department organizes training workshops for students, teachers and other groups (like employees of the UMC), on request. (2010AQAR (2010-2011) of Smt. Chandibai . Himathmal Mansukhani College, Ulhasnagar, Maharashtra Page 4 of 72 • • • • The library is fully computerized with internet facilities for students and staff. The Weather Station in the College is the nodal information dissemination centre of the UMC. The College website is regularly updated to guarantee speedy information dissemination.

College houses the Edu SAT equipped Virtual Learning centre which imparts training in MPSC and UPSC Examinations Other outcomes area) Institutional-Industry linkages b) Supporting teaching process by arranging for interaction of students with experts from various fields c) Environment sensitization through Establishment of Environment committee, Vermicomposting Project, Garbage disposal suggestions d) Software updation for effective governance such as installation of Salary Package and Tally for accounting e) Strengthening outreached activities offered by placement cell, career counseling cell, WDC, GSC and WSC.

Part B:1. Activities reflecting the goals and objectives of the institution: Vision statement of the collegeEducation is the process of nurturing academic excellence and a spirit of vibrant sportsmanship, while inculcating a culture of equality, social responsibility, and commitment to citizenship values and high ethical standards among all its stakeholders, so as to enable them to take their rightful place in a globalize environment. Mission Statement• To exploit to the fullest the learning and research resources provided by the university and higher education systems to affiliated colleges. • • • • • • To provide equal opportunities for higher education to all, irrespective of gender, caste, or creed To work towards developing a sound mind in a sound body To facilitate the education process of the marginalized sections of society To instill an active spirit of social responsibility and community orientation in staff and students To enhance the intellectual capital of the community by creating a vibrant academic environment To sensitize students to human values on local, national and global levels To promote innovative ideas and practices in the process of education (2010AQAR (2010-2011) of Smt.

Chandibai . Himathmal Mansukhani College, Ulhasnagar, Maharashtra Page 5 of 72 The mission statement of the College clearly reflects both the activities and aspirations of the college. Accordingly, every year the performance by the students and the staff is a step towards betterment. The College considers itself to be its own best competitor and so strives consistently towards improving its performance. Activities of college reflecting the goals and objectives of the institution: • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Establishment of new research centers Continuation and further strengthening of Post Graduate M.

A. courses in seven subjects Participation of teachers in university bodies Innovative use of language laboratories Collaboration with American Library, British Council Library and Indian Merchants’ Chamber Continuing introduction and implementation of new Examination Reforms Organization of Workshops and Seminars including an International Conference Celebrating Human Rights week and Chandi Utsav Continuing excellent performance in sports.

Participation of faculty in Minor/major Research Projects of the UGC and University of Mumbai Collaboration with national and international academic agencies Computerization of administration, Examination and Library facilities Infrastructure augmentation to strengthen learning process Outreach and extension Services of NSS and NCC, and continuing programmes of Women’s Studies Centre and Gandhian Studies Centre • Financial Aid to students

All activities of college are students centric and designed in accordance with the broad objectives mentioned belowa) Quest for lifelong learning– Continuous efforts are taken to impart to learners knowledge and skills that are relevant to the teaching that will cater to the needs of learners at various levels of study . The College is recognized as one of the largest colleges of providing education to the students of Thane districts in terms of first preference in seeking admission to this college. (2010AQAR (2010-2011) of Smt. Chandibai .

Himathmal Mansukhani College, Ulhasnagar, Maharashtra Page 6 of 72 b) Learners as the focus – Learners are our constant focus in terms of preparing them for Examinations, over all curriculum development and understanding their needs as per current emerging global career sectors. Learners are regarded as the focal point of all activities and efforts are taken to adopt policies that effectively meet their needs. Teachers impart skills which can translate into practical applications in various spheres of life, namely, personal, professional and national.

This supports circular training with co-curricular and extra-curricular activities which is aimed at building the overall personality of the learners. The college provides learners-centric academic and personal enrichment opportunities. The learners are empowered to pursue their goals and are guided towards self-awareness. c) Stimulation of active learningCritical thinking through freedom of thought and expression can be developed by adopting an integrative and inclusive approach towards various disciplines. It also helps in nurturing talent and creativity.

Active learning enables the learners to be constantly alert to the demand of career requirements. d) Fostering researchStudents as well as faculty members are motivated to take up research projects which help in creating a mindset for inquiry and also inculcate an analytical attitude and scientific temperament. e) Efficient governanceThe management identifies new means of resource generation and ensures optimal deployment of resources. It aims at developing state of the art infrastructural facilities. The decision making process is participative and it is effectively communicated to all the stake holders.

Transparency in functioning is maintained. There is constant assessment and up gradation of processes to ensure maximum productivity. f) Collaboration with industrySynergistic alliances with well-known academic, research and consulting institutions are being developed. An interface with the industry is being created to ensure that the skills imparted to the learners are in consonance with the needs of the industry. Collaboration gives faculty and students the confidence and exposure to handle projects later in their work. ) Social responsibilityLearners are sensitized about social, ecological, economic and political issues in an endeavor to find solutions that will benefit society as a whole. Positive role modeling is provided in order to create responsible citizens. (2010AQAR (2010-2011) of Smt. Chandibai . Himathmal Mansukhani College, Ulhasnagar, Maharashtra Page 7 of 72 2. New academic programmes initiated (UG and PG) At Post Graduate level: In self financed section, Masters Program in Biotechnology has been started.

Beyond Kalyan, this is the only college offering a master’s program in a specialized area as Biotechnology, thus facilitating and providing opportunity to students staying in this area to pursue this subject. 3. Innovations in curricular design and transaction. • The curriculum of the courses is formulated by the Board of Studies in the various subjects. The Faculty of the College has been active in curricula development since nine teachers are members/chairpersons of the BOS in their respective subjects. One of the teachers is a member of the Board of Examinations (BOE).

Sixteen of our teachers have been part of the sub committees for syllabus framing at the UG and PG levels. • The former Principal of the College and a senior teacher has been members of the apex bodies of the University of Mumbai, the Management Council for the block period of 2007-2010. The former Principal has also been a member of the Academic Council of the UOM for the same period. • The College has developed the curriculum and syllabus of the PG advance certificate course in Clinical Research. • Informal discussions with the students and teachers have resulted in the faculty making suggestions to the members of the BOS. The teaching faculty attends seminars and workshops organized by the Board of Studies to familiarize them with the revised syllabus and their suggestions are often sought and incorporated. Contribution of Teachers in Curriculum Design through Membership of Board of Studies and Membership of various Examination committees – • Ms S Bhagwat, Department of Microbiology was a co-opted member of BOS from 2005-10 and has Contributed to the syllabus design of TYBSc Paper IV and MSc Paper V, She suggested the introduction of 100 marks project at MSc Part II along with including Industrial and Pathology lab visits. Dr Bela Nabar, Department of Microbiology is co-opted member of BOS (Microbiology) . She is also a member of syllabus committee for Entrepreneurial and Industrial Zoology ,an Applied Component for TYBSc (Zoology) • Dr Aruna Rai , Department of Botany is member of BOS of Botany and syllabus framing committee (2010AQAR (2010-2011) of Smt. Chandibai . Himathmal Mansukhani College, Ulhasnagar, Maharashtra Page 8 of 72 • Faculty members from several departments in the self financed section have been appointed as Paper Setters, Moderators and Examiners during the Mumbai University Examinations in this academic year.

Out of the 08 departments in this section, faculty members from at least 05 departments have been part of the University Examinations. A total of 14 teachers have been appointed in various positions during University Examinations. • Faculty members from the Biotech and Microbiology Department have also been invited by other Universities in and around Mumbai viz. , D Y Patil University, for evaluation of their B Tech (Biotech) and M Tech (Biotech) students in their practical Examination. Institute of Chemical Technology (ICT-formerly UDCT), Deemed University as a paper setter and examiner for the B.

Pharmacy Course. • Teachers from all departments have been actively participating in Syllabus Based Workshops that are organized in different colleges with a view to help “fine-tune” the implementation of the syllabus in its totality. Crucial decisions are taken in these workshops after a lot of deliberations amongst participants and our teachers’ active participation helps our students to perform better in the examinations Faculty as member of various university bodies/committees(Syllabus committee, subject experts, RRC, Research guide, LICs etc) • Prof.

A. K. Upadhyaya , Associate Professor in Chemistry, is member of syllabus committee of TYBSc Chemistry (Applied Component) • Dr. Padma Deshmukh, Associate Professor in the Department of Microbiology, is member of syllabus committee at MSBTE for PGADMLT course. • Dr Patricia Fernandez, Head, Department of Zoology, is core committee member of syllabus committee for Applied Component (TYBSc Zoology) • Urmila Pillay, Associate Professor in Department of Mathematics, is member of syllabus committee (2006-11) for BSc (Mathematics).

Effectiveness in Curriculum transaction is attained through various Innovative Teaching Methods • • • • • • • Guidance to weak students in the form of Remedial Coaching Research project/work to the students as a part of Internal Assessment Effective use of charts, graphs, PPTs, OHP during lectures Organizing Seminars on topics, Oral Presentation Educational visits/Industrial visits for onsite exposure Regular Classroom tests Career guidance through Career counseling and Placement Cell Page 9 of 72 2010AQAR (2010-2011) of Smt. Chandibai . Himathmal Mansukhani College, Ulhasnagar, Maharashtra • • Encouraging Inter disciplinary referencing by Teachers and Students Providing list of reference books, magazines, question bank, journals and other sources of study material to the students. • Encouraging students to attend seminars, conferences and workshops to keep them well informed 4. Inter – disciplinary programmes / activities started. Currently, the University of Mumbai has no provision for interdisciplinary courses.

Flexibility to the students to move from one discipline to another- At the entry level of the three year integrated degree course (first year), there is limited flexibility since after XII standard, the Commerce and Science students can join for the Arts degree, and Science students can also opt for Commerce. However, within the three years, the University offers no such flexibility. The students of any of the three faculties can opt for the Professional Courses at entry level. • Biological Sciences have always shown an interdisciplinary approach in their exchanges of common techniques and topics. Department of Microbiology, Zoology and Botany have the best-integrated approach with free access to the laboratory use for Biotechnological techniques and materials. Horticulture, an applied component at the TYBSc Biotechnology is presently taught with the active involvement of the Botany Department. • In case of professional courses like BMS, IT, BMM and BSc (Computer Science) their study link has been well–established. These programmes are not only operated in-houses but their interdisciplinary programmes have been conducted at Kaivalyadham, Lonavala from time to time. Department of Economics encourages students of BMM, BMS and BCom to participate in their annual prestigious event, ‘International Economic Convention’ organized by HSNC Board for all the colleges governed by it. The response has been spontaneous and positive at all times. • Science Association, an established forum of Science faculty, holds various activities and competitions involving the teachers and students of both degree and Junior college of the Science faculty. This includes holding inter-collegiate skits, quiz and exhibitions. Commerce Association and Arts forum organizes various functions to facilitate academic and extracurricular activities with all students of various departments participating regularly every year. • The College has taken initiatives to establish the inter disciplinary links of various related disciplines for the academic growth and integrity at the optional level various proposals are under way to introduce these programmes effectively in phased manner. (2010AQAR (2010-2011) of Smt. Chandibai . Himathmal Mansukhani College, Ulhasnagar, Maharashtra Page 10 of 72 Teachers from one faculty are closely associated in various capacities such as judging the event, member of event organizing committee, as a guest speaker or as a visiting faculty for the students of other faculties. • Teachers from Aided section of the college are also given with additional responsibility as coordinator for various self financing courses • College encourages students in organizing various Curricular and Co-curricular interdisciplinary events (competitions, lectures, exhibitions etc) 5.

Examination reformsChanges in the system designed by collegeExaminations Time table was set in such a manner that at least a day gap was arranged between consecutive papers of all classes of Aided and Unaided classes. These gaps are essential as the students do not get preparatory leave before examinations. In Examination Hall students belonging to different classes were arranged on the same bench so that the possibility of copying is reduced. Hall ticket as a Photo Identity is issued to all students for both erm end examinations. Although not a mandatory requirement but Mark sheet of first term examinations were issued to all students of Aided courses. A compact tabular Remuneration form was designed to calculate Examination Remuneration of Teaching and Non Teaching staff. This has simplified and accelerated the job of calculating Exam remuneration. Examiners were provided with Mark list for entering marks with Pre-Printed Examination seat Numbers. This has made the job of marks entry easy and flawless.

Every department conducts internal seminars/tutorials/periodic tests in addition to intensive coaching, prelims and term end exams (both practicals and theory) AutomationResult processing and preparation software has been prepared by the students of TYBSc IT Class as a part of their Final year project. In this software development students were guided by the faculty of the Department of Information Technology who are also the members of Examination committee. The Software developed by the student is in use from the year March 2009 and is being updated regularly as per the new requirements of Examinations.

As processing of exam data is done fast, result were declared in time (2010AQAR (2010-2011) of Smt. Chandibai . Himathmal Mansukhani College, Ulhasnagar, Maharashtra Page 11 of 72 6. Number of newly appointed candidates qualified: NET/ SET. NET = 05 SET = 1 Names of new teachers appointed with NET / SET qualification Name of the teacher 1 2 3 4 Ms Pranali Kale Mr Ashish Jain Dr Jogeshwar Purohit Dr Sandeep Garg Date of Appointment 23/11/2010 04/01/2011 22/11/2010 22/11/2010 Department Microbiology Microbiology Zoology Zoology 7.

Initiative towards faculty development program Development of faculty is ensured through organization of seminars, workshops and conferences and through participation of faculty in various training programs. a) International Sindhi Seminar Sindhi Department and Sindhi Sahitya Sangat organized an International Seminar on “Promotion of Sindhi Language – Sindhiyat Ji Surhaan” on 9th April, 2011. Shri. Kishu Mansukhani, President of HSNC Board graciously took over the responsibility of the Seminar. The Inaugural Function commenced at 11. 00 a. m. with a welcome speech by Principal, Dr.

Bhavna Motwani followed by a Key Note address by Mr. Kishu Mansukhani. The Guest of Honour for the function was Shri. Kumar Ailani, MLA, Ulhasnagar. Dr. C. V. Achhra, Director, C. H. M. Campus, Mr. Nirmal Goplani, Director of NCPSL and Mrs. Asha Chand occupied the dias. The function also witnessed release of two books books and a Research Journal1 2 3 Mahaan Nari – published by UGC sponsored by WSC Sindhi Natak Ji Irtika – Author Prof. Sandhya Kundnani A Research Journal ” KHOJ” – Published by Post Graduate and Research Development Committee of Smt. C. H. M. College.

Mr Kishu Mansukhani, President, HSNCB, In order to promote Sindhi literature & culture, the President of the Board’s announcement of celebration of Sindhi Day on 10th April every year at Smt C. H. M College has helped to bring in a congregation of Sindhi intellectuals and Academicians much needed for an academic Seminar. The date is significant considering Government of India’s inclusion of Sindhi language in the VIII schedule. He also announced that to maintain our sindhi culture, various curricular and Co-curricular programmes will be organized on that day. (2010AQAR (2010-2011) of Smt.

Chandibai . Himathmal Mansukhani College, Ulhasnagar, Maharashtra Page 12 of 72 Appreciating the efforts of the college in various academic activities, Ulhasnagar MLA, Shri Kumar Ailani assured the need for installing the statute of Maa Smt. Chandibai Mansukhani and naming the road leading to the college after her. Mr Nirmal Goplani, Director, NCPSL expressed the need to preserve and promote the language and culure by communicating more often in Sindhi at such academic seminars and at home too. Mrs Asha Chand amongst others emphasized the pressed necessity for sindhi channel and sindhi culture.

Mrs Sandhya Chander Kundnani, HOD, Convener, articulated the need for the Govt of India’s consideration for inscribing denomination of rupees in sindhi language on Indian currency notes in Arabic or Devnagiri. The post lunch session was reserved for paper presentations. The Chairpersons of the first session was Dr. Dayal ‘Asha’, Former Principal of Smt. C. H. M. College, Dr. Jetho Lalwani and Mr. Hiro Thakur. The second session was chaired by Dr. Baldev Maltani, HOD, Sindhi Department, and University of Mumbai. Mrs. Asha chand and Mrs. Sarita Sharma presented their papers.

Finally, the third session was chaired by Ms. Veena Shirangi while the paper presenters were Prof. Roma Jaisinghani, Prof. Sandhya Kundnani, Mrs. Pinky Thakur and Ms. Suraiya Makhdhum. There was a short poetry rendering session by Mrs. Koshi Lalwani. b) One day training workshop “DRISHTI” for the students of TYBA Political Science was organized on the effective usages of internet and PPT making. Workshop was organized in the Computer Lab of IT. Training in internet usages and PPT making was given by the Alumni of the Department of Political Science for free of cost. ) The Department of BFM has conducted a one day workshop on “Working and basics of stock exchange” in collaboration with Bombay Stock Exchange d) A Two Day Intra College Workshop “Samdrishti” on Gender Equality was organized jointly by Women Studies Centre, Gandhian Studies Centre and the Department of Foundation Course on October 1 and 2 of 2010. Sixty students participated in the workshop. e) Panel Discussion on “Gandhian Perspective on Development” was organized by the Gandhian Studies Centre on Dec 14th, 2010. The participant Panelists were Dr.

Usha Thakker of Mani Bhavan, Dr. L M Bhole professor from Department of Economics, IIT Bombay,Dr S K G Sundaram, Professor from SNDT University, Dr. Christopher Ward, Professor of History from Clayton State University, Atlanta USA, and Mr. Ganesh Nochur, Environment activist associated with Green Peace and Narmada Bachao Andolan. The discussion was moderated by Dr Usha Thakkar. Each of the Panelist, including the moderator Dr Usha Thakkar , spoke on different aspects of the topic and then questions were taken from the audience.

Students were encouraged for some reading/discussion for about 12 days before the program and were given relevant reading material. This was done to (2010AQAR (2010-2011) of Smt. Chandibai . Himathmal Mansukhani College, Ulhasnagar, Maharashtra Page 13 of 72 ensure the quality of interaction in the audience round with the Panelists. Various aspects covered during panel discussion were Development of India post independence, Pitfalls and issues, Sustainable development, Development of cities, villages, Gandhian economics, social equality and social justice, Gandhi and environment, Corporate Social Responsibility.

Twenty teachers and 150 students participated in the program. f) The Department of Information Technology conducted a seminar on “Web Technologies” in the month of August 2011. Prof. Hiren Dand an eminent lecturer of Information Technology from Mulund College of Commerce was invited as a resource person. Faculty appointed/invited as a Resource Persons/on University Advisory committee• Shri B D Chakradeo , Department of Physics was a resource person at the 7 day workshop on ‘Experimental Physics’ conducted by Govt of Goa for NCERT(CBSE) syllabus for school and Junior college teachers at Goa. Dr Padma Deshmukh, Department of Microbiology, was an invited speaker at the National Conference ‘Current Trends in Biological sciences’ on Jan 29-30,2011 held at RKT College, Ulhasnagar • Dr Bela Nabar , Department of Microbiology, was a resource person at UGC sponsored Refresher course at Mithibai college, Vile Parle. She was also a visiting faculty for extension centre of MS University at Udaipur in Nov 2010. • Ms S Bhagwat, Department of Microbiology was on the local Advisory committee of the UGC sponsored National conference ‘Current Trends in Biological sciences’, Jan 29-30,2011 held at RKT college, Ulhasnagar. Urmila Pillay, Department of Mathematics was a Resource person in BOS organized syllabus workshops of TYBSc Paper 1, Paper 4(Elective D) held at Vaze-Kelkar college, Mulund and Mithibai College, Vile Parle respectively in July 2010. • Urmila Pillay, Department of Mathematics delivered 4 lectures as a Resource person at the UGC sponsored Refresher course at University of Mumbai in Feb 2011. Recognition of teacher as a Research guide for PhD / M. Phil and M. sc. Sr. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 Name of the Faculty Principal Dr. Bhavna Motwani Dr. Padma Deshmukh Dr. Saraswati Patel Dr. Milind Vaidya Dr.

Jasmine Patil Dr. Aruna Rai Degree for which recongised M Sc & Ph. D M Sc MPhil & Ph. D M Sc MPhil & Ph. D M Sc & Ph. D M Sc, MPhil & Ph. D M Sc ,MPhil & Ph. D Department Botany Microbiology Microbiology Physics Botany Botany Page 14 of 72 (2010AQAR (2010-2011) of Smt. Chandibai . Himathmal Mansukhani College, Ulhasnagar, Maharashtra 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 • Dr. Surendra Prasad Dr. Sharda Vaidya Dr. Bela Nabar Dr Deepa Misra Dr Lali Rajan Dr. Patricia Fernandez Dr Charanjeet Kaur Dr Radha Sheth Dr Pratima Das Dr Manju Phatak Dr Bhuvaneshwari K. M. Phil, Ph. D M. Sc ,M. Phil & Ph. D M.

Sc, M. Phil & Ph. D M. Phil & Ph. D M. Phil . D M. Phil M. Phil M. Phil M. Phil M. Phil M. Phil Hindi Botany Microbiology English Commerce Zoology English Psychology English Economics Biotechnology Fellowship to the teacher Dr Charanjeet Kaur has been awarded an Associate ship at the Indian Institute of Advanced Study, Shimla for a period of three years, beginning 2010. • Award of M Phil/PhD or another degree to teacher. Dr. Sandeep Garg, Department of Zoology has been awarded PhD from Delhi University in Aquaculture Nutrition • Participation of Teachers in various training programmesProf.

Prashant Kelkar was selected for participation in the prestigious International Visitors Leadership Program, based on the theme “Conflict Resolution” organized by the Bureau of Cultural and Educational Affairs, Department of States, USA, in the month of July- August 2010 • Association and consultancy of teachers with various GOs and NGOs No 1 2 Areas of Dept consultancy Environmental Microbiology Microbiology Environmental Microbiology Microbiology Environmental Microbiology Environmental Microbiology Environmental Microbiology Microbiology Microbiology Microbiology Activity Beneficiary Municipal Municipal

Conservation of Upvan Thane lake Corporation Assessment of portability Thane of drinking water in gram Corporation panchayat villages Thane district in 3 4 5 Air Monitoring under Maharashtra Pollution the SAMP Control Board Air, Sound, & Vehicle Thane Municipal monitoring of Thane city. Corporation Consultancy for Bhiwandi Analysis & Nizampura Bioremediation of Municipal Bhiwandi Varalla Lake Corporation (2010AQAR (2010-2011) of Smt. Chandibai . Himathmal Mansukhani College, Ulhasnagar, Maharashtra Page 15 of 72 6 Environmental Microbiology Microbiology and Chemistry

Phyisco – Chemical & Ulhasnagar Microbiological analysis Municipal Corporation of waldhuni nalla water analysis Weather stations to study Ulhasnagar climatic changes Municipal Corporation Waste disposal through Ulhasnagar Vermicomposting Municipal Corporation 7 Environmental Microbiology Environmental Microbiology Environmental Microbiology Environmental Microbiology Environmental Science Microbiology Microbiology Microbiology 8 9 10 11 Clinical Psychology Psychology 12 13 14 Women’s Studies Women’s Studies Gandhian Studies Women’s Studies Centre Women’s Studies Centre Gandhian Studies Centre

Effect of sludge for Land fill Effects of Bioremediation (Preparation of project proposal & Consultancy) Offering consultancy and couselling services to students and other members of the community Consultancy on Leadership Skills Women and Adolescent Healthcare Gandhian values Enviro-Vigil TMC (in process) Students relatives and their 15 Linguistic Capacity building English Phonetics, soft skills Head of Departments of UMC Ulhasnagar Municipal corporation Police personnel, journalists, college teachers, elected women representatives of LSG and students Students of MMS College at Smt CHM Campus

Ongoing Research ProjectYear 20092011 20102012 20102012 20102011 20102011 2010Department Microbiology Psychology Title Bioinformatics study of Subtilisin Effect of charismate influence training on followers attitude, behavior and performance The cynicism of the eternal romantic – A study of three films of Gulzar Phytochemical analysis of weeds of Smt CHM college campus Corrosion in drinking water and its prevention Detection of toxic cadmium in Investigator UOM UGC 1,40,000/65,000/-

Ms. Meena -Menghrajani Dr Radha Seth — English Dr Charanjeet –Kaur Dr. Vaidya Sharda 21,000/- 75,000/- Botany — Chemistry Chemistry Dr. Prema 20,000/Gurbaxani Dr. Yogini B 15,000/- — (2010AQAR (2010-2011) of Smt. Chandibai . Himathmal Mansukhani College, Ulhasnagar, Maharashtra Page 16 of 72 2011 20102011 20102011 20102011 20102011 20102011 2010 leafy vegetables Impact of Industrialization on groundwater resources of

Ulhasnagar city, Maharashtra Zoology Molluscan fauna of some important rivers of Kalyan and Ambernath Taluka Zoology Isolation and characterization of histone variants in Lamellidens marginalis Zoology Detection of nonreducing sugar in common vegetables with regard to diabetes Biotechnology Evaluation of the capacity of Pseudomonas putida and Bacillus megaterium to degrade hydrocarbon &/or hydrocarbon drrivatives Botany A comparative study of aeromycoflora of residential and industrial areas of Thane Chemistry

Sonia Varandani 15,000/- — D. P. Fernandez 20,000/- — Dr. Shashibhal 30,000/Pandey Mathew P C 21,000/- — — Dr. Bhuvaneshwari K 41,000/- — Dr Jasmine Patil 10,000/- — Research Project CompletedYear Department Title Characterization & Comparitive study of Laccases from two different fungi. Application of Monte Carlo simulations. Formulation of plant extracts as a topical agent and its invitro & in-vivo effects.

Effect of education on psychological variables among adult women learners Role of Arthrobacter in Bioremediation Establishment of callus and cell suspension culture of Caesalpinia bonducella A comparative study of aeromycoflora of residential and industrial area of Thane Studies on molecular imprinting polymer Methodist Churches in Thane District Effect of leadership skills training on trainee attitude Investigator Dr. S. N. Patel UOM UGC 95000 2008-10 Microbiology 2008-10 Maths 2008-10 Microbiology Urmila Pillay Dr.

Bela Nabar N. S. – 45,000/98000 2008-10 Psychology 2009-10 Microbiology 2009-10 Botany Mrs Arti Pasarkar & Mrs Jayashree panicker Dr. S N Patel 22,500/Dr. Aruna Rai 20,000/- 28,000/- 2009-10 Botany Dr. Jasmine Patil 10,000/- 2009-10 Chemistry 2009-10 History 2009-10 Psychology Mrs Pratima Das Samuel W. Dr Radha Seth 32,000 6. 000/14000 Page 17 of 72 (2010AQAR (2010-2011) of Smt. Chandibai . Himathmal Mansukhani College, Ulhasnagar, Maharashtra 2008-10 Sindhi 2008-10 Botany 2008-10 Botany 2008-10 Micro biology 2008-10 English owards leadership motivation and self efficacy Sindhi sahityakar dr motilal jothwani’s hindi novel me yogdhan The effect of NaCl salinity on some physiological parameters on four leafy vegetables. Phytochemical analysis of Spilanthus acmella Anti microbial and Phytochemical Screening of a common Indian plant against dermatophytic infections. The Lapping sound of tender coconut water: Fluid Expressions of emotions in Anita Nair’s novels Sandhya Kundnani — 1,00,00 057000 Dr. Aruna Rai – Dr. Sharda Vaidya Dr. Padma Deshmukh – 75000 95,000/- V. — Dr Pratima Das — 1,500 Department wise Research Project (Completed + Ongoing) UOM: University Of Mumbai | UGC: University Grants Commission Department of Economics: Names Indira Nair Anuradha SVL Ashwinin Gokhale Manju Phatak No of UOM projects 2 1 1 1 No. of UGC projects ——— Department of English: Names Charanjeet Kaur Pratima das Deepa Misra No of UOM projects 1 1 — No. of UGC projects 1 1 1 Department of Hindi: Names Surendra Prasad Sheela Ahuja No of UOM projects –1 No. of UGC projects 1 — Department of History: Names Shalini Saksena Renu Sachdev No of UOM projects 1 1

No. of UGC projects —-Page 18 of 72 (2010AQAR (2010-2011) of Smt. Chandibai . Himathmal Mansukhani College, Ulhasnagar, Maharashtra Samuel W. 1 — Department of Marathi: Names Nitin Arekar No of UOM projects 1 No. of UGC projects — Department of Political Science: Names Lalitha Sudhakar Prashant Kelkar No of UOM projects 1 1 No. of UGC projects —– Department of Psychology: Names Aarti Pasarkar Radha Seth Jayashree Paniker Vandana Mane No of UOM projects 1 1 1 1 No. of UGC projects 2 2 1 — Department of Sindhi: Names Sandhya Kundnani No of UOM projects 2

No. of UGC projects 1 Department of Botany: Names Savithri Namboothiry Bhavan Motwani Jasmine Patil Aruna Rai Sharada Vaidya No of UOM projects 1 –2 2 3 No. of UGC projects 1 1 –1 2 Department of Chemistry: Names Suhas Ashokan Pankaj Ponda Sonia Vernadani Dr Yogini Bamabrdekar No of UOM projects No. of UGC projects 1 1 2 1 ——— (2010AQAR (2010-2011) of Smt. Chandibai . Himathmal Mansukhani College, Ulhasnagar, Maharashtra Page 19 of 72 Dr Prema Gurbaxani 1 — Department of Maths: Names Sangeeta Joshi Urmila Asha Mandhar No of UOM projects 1 –1 1 No. f UGC projects –2 — Department of Microbiology: Names Sulakshana Bhagwat Saraswati Patel Padma Deshmukh Bela Nabar No of UOM projects 1 3 2 — No. of UGC projects –3+1 3 3 + 1 (Major – DBT) Department of Physics: Names Meena Khanna Milind Vaidya Kavita Bajaj No of UOM projects 1 1 1 No. of UGC projects 1 1 + 1 (Major) 1 Department of Zoology: Names Kamal Joshi Dr Patricia Fernandez Prof Mathews Cherian Dr Shashibal Pandey No of UOM projects 1 1 1 1 No. of UGC projects ——— Department of Biotechnology: Names Bhuvaneshwari K. No of UOM projects 1 No. of UGC projects —

Major Research Project sanctioned to the college. • Air Monitoring Program under the SAMP of Ulhasnagar and Badlapur sponsored by Maharashtra Pollution Control Board in 2005 continued. 8. 1 lakhs fund sanctioned for 2010-11. (2010AQAR (2010-2011) of Smt. Chandibai . Himathmal Mansukhani College, Ulhasnagar, Maharashtra Page 20 of 72 • Dr. Milind Vaidya, Associate Professor in the Department of Physics was awarded with Major Research Project for the title ” Study of Anode and Cathode Materials for the development of Lithium Secondary Battery” on January 4, 2011.

Total amount of Rs. 6,36,800=00 has been sanctioned for the project for the duration of three years. Research paper presentation and publication• Dr Aruna Rai, Associate Professor of the Department of Botany has five research paper presentations- 01 at International and 04 at National level. Effect of NaCl salinity on some physiological parameters of Amaranthus polygamous var pusa Kirti at State level Seminar on applied Aspects of Plant Sciences (Sept 25-26,2010, CKT College, Panvel).

Callus induction in Caesalpinia bonducella Flem. : A medicinal plant, at State level Seminar on applied Aspects of Plant Sciences (Sept 25-26,2010, CKT College, Panvel). The effect of NaCl salinity on some Morphological and Biochemical parameters of Atriplex hortensis var. cv Pusa Bathua No. 1, at International Symposium on The New Horizons of Botany (Nov 10-12, 2010, Shivaji University, Kolhapur). Salinity induces changes in some inorganic and organic constituents of Spinacia oleracea L. var.

All Green, at National Conference on Current Trends in Biological Sciences (Jan 29-30, 2011, RKT College, Ulhasnagar) Screening of phytochemicals in callus and cell suspension cultures of Caesalpinia bonducella Flem. , at National Conference on Current Trends in Biological Sciences (Jan 29-30, 2011, RKT College, Ulhasnagar) Influence of salinity on % germination, chlorophyll and proline contents of Amaranthus polygamous, Atriplex hortensis, Spinacia oleracea and Trigonella foenum-graecum at National conference on Synergy of Biosciences: the new era (Feb 2627, 2011, Birla College, Kalyan). Shri B D Chakradeo Head, Department of Physics gave a demonstration of ‘Innovative Physics Experiments’ at a National conference organized by Indian Association of Physics Teachers at Rajkot. • Dr Meena Khanna , Associate Professor of the Department of Physics presented a paper on ‘Turbulence in Solar Atmosphere’ at a National conference organized by Indian Association of Physics Teachers at Rajkot. Dr Yogini Bamberdekar, Assistant Professor of the Department of Chemistry presented a paper on ‘Determination of Toxicity of Cd+2 in soil sample’ at the UGC sponsored National Symposium at Shivaji University, Kolhapur. • Dr Jogeshwar Purohit , Assistant Professor of the Department of Zoology did a oral presentation on ‘Characterization of a histore H3 spenfiz protease from chicken liver’ at the UGC sponsored National Conference at Birla College, Kalyan. (2010AQAR (2010-2011) of Smt. Chandibai . Himathmal Mansukhani College, Ulhasnagar, Maharashtra Page 21 of 72 • Prof.

Sandhya C Kundani, Assistant Professor of Sindhi, presented 03 papers on “Encouraging the younger Generation for Sindhi Language “at the national level by Sindhi Sahitya Academy, and Myths and Symbols in Post- Independence Sindhi Playfrom(1947-1980) at National Level by Sindhi Sahitya Academy and also organized Satya and Sahityakar at National Level at Smt CHM College. She has also presented “Promotion Of Sindhi Language” at Inter-national Level. • Prof. Roma P Jaisinghani, Assistant Professor of Sindhi, presented “Promotion of Sindhi Language” paper at Inter-national conference organised by the Smt.

Chandibai Himathmal Mansukhani College. • Prof. Moni Alex, Head Department of Economics, presented various papers viz. , “Higher Education In India-A Powerful Tool to Transform Indian Economy”, “Urbanization Climate Change And Forest Resources”, “Kudumbcuhnee-A Tool For Empowerment Of Women In Kerala” at National Level and “Entrepreneurship Education-The Road Map Towards Creating Self-Employment Opportunities” at the Inter-National Level. • Associate Prof. Indira Nair, Head Department of Business Economics, presented various papers viz. “Higher Education In India-A Powerful Tool to Transform Indian Economy”, “Urbanization Climate Change and Forest Resources” “Kudumbcuhnee-A Tool For Empowerment Of Women In Kerala” at National Level and “Entrepreneurship Education-The Road Map Towards Creating SelfEmployment Opportunities” at the Inter-National Level. She also participated in Workshop for TYBCOM at College as well as Inter-national Level. • Prof. S V L Anuradha, Associate Professor in the Department of Economics, presented various papers viz. “World Beating Human Resources-The Role of PPP IN Higher Education”, “Food Security Bill-Hopes and Concerns” at National Level and “Micro-Finance – Major Advances In Women’s Livelihood” at Inter-national Level. She also participated in various workshops at National and College Level. • Prof. Ashwini Gokhale, presented various papers viz. , “World Beating Human Resources-The Role of PPP IN Higher Education”, “Food Security Bill-Hopes And Concerns” at National Level and “Micro-Finance – Major Advances In Women’s Livelihood” at Inter-national Level. Dr. Manju Pathak, Assistant Professor of Economics, presented various papers viz. , “Women Empowerment Through Self-Help Group: Is A Right Intention”, “Economic Reforms: The Road Not Travelled” and “Indian Crisis Management”. She also participated in TYBCOM Semester V 2010 workshop at State level. • Dr. Dipesh Karmakar Assistant Professor of Geography participated in workshops and has also presented a paper on “Globalisation and Livelihood of Fisherman in Vasai” and “”at National Level • Prof.

Laxmi Periyaswamy Assistant Professor of Sociology presented a papers on “Migrants Missing the Mission” at National Level and “Tabelas in Mumbai Thane” (2010AQAR (2010-2011) of Smt. Chandibai . Himathmal Mansukhani College, Ulhasnagar, Maharashtra Page 22 of 72 • Dr. Lali Rajan, Associate Professor in the Department of Commerce presented a research paper on “Assessment of Training needs: A case study” at National level conference organized by the faculty of commerce of Goa University and sponsored by the Indian Commerce Association. A study of rise in the number of shopping malls in Thane city and its impact on consumer behavior” at National Seminar organized by the CKT College, New Panvel and sponsored by the University Grants Commission, “Challenges and Strategies for marketing Management” at International Conference organized by the Department of Commerce, University of Mumbai and Sponsored by the University Grants Commission • Prof.

Reshmi Gurnani, Assistant Professor in the Department of Accounts presented a research paper on ” Urban Environmental Problems: A Closer Look” at National level Conference organized by K. M Agarwal college, Kalyan, sponsored by University Grants Commission ” Global Economy and Human Resource Management: Leadership Challenges at International Conference organized by the University of Mumbai, Sponsored by the University Grants Commission. Corporate Governance and CSR” at National Level organized by the Tolani College and Sponsored by the University Grants Commission ‘Micro Finance: creating a world without poverty” at the National Conference organized by the Pragati College of Dombivali and Sponsored by the University Grants Commission • Prof. Chandani Ahuja: Assistant Professor in the Department of Accounts presented a research paper on ” Role of CSR in Inclusive Growth” at National Level organized by the Tolani College and Sponsored by the University Grants

Commission ” SHG: A do able approach for women empowerment at the National Conference organized by the Pragati College of Dombivali and Sponsored by the University Grants Commission • Prof. Kishore Peshori: Associate Professor in the Department of Accounts has presented a research paper on “Accounting: Teaching Learning in new millennium” at the 12th Annual International Seminar on “Globalization of Higher Education organized by the Delhi school of Professional studies on 4-5 January 201, held at New Delhi. •

Prof Prashant Kelkar : Head , Dept of Political Science presented a research paper on ‘Towards Sustainable development: A Gandhian Perspective’ at the International Seminar ‘Making of Mahatma-M K Gandhi in South Africa’ organized by Gandhian Studies Centre of Shivaji University , Kolhapur ,March ,10-12,2011 • Dr. Deepa Mishra : “Understanding General Semantics; the Concept of Man, Reality and the Theory of Abstractions”, at a workshop conduced for school teachers at Baroda by Balvant Parekh centre for general semantics , 30-july2010. (2010AQAR (2010-2011) of Smt. Chandibai .

Himathmal Mansukhani College, Ulhasnagar, Maharashtra Page 23 of 72 ‘General Semantics and Dimensions of Pedagogy ‘at the workshop conducted by Balvant Parekh Centre for General Semantics , Baroda, 31 July 2010. “Sassure, Derrida and Korzybski: A Linguistic Trajectory” at the workshop on “General Semantics for a Digital Age’ conducted by Balvant Parekh Centre for General Semantics, Baroda. Published an article “Nila Saila(The Blue Mountain) A Chronicle of Oriya Culture and Tradition” Vision, Vol XXX. No. 4 pg no 107-118 As an external referee for Ph. D. in English, Aurangabad University (Assessed Two Ph.

D. Thesis & conducted one Viva- Voce in 2010-2011) • Dr. Pratima Das: Presented a paper titled “caught in the Barbs of Life: Women, web of Emotions and Traps of Relations in Vanaja Banagiri’s Butterflies and Barbed Wires at the National Seminar on New Narratives in Indian English Literature, held at S. B. College of Arts and Commerce, Shahpur on 12. 2. 2011. Presented a paper titled “From the Marginal Spaces in Bangladesh and Australia: Violence, Migration, Nationality and Tribal Culture in Adib Khan’s Spiral Road” at the International Seminar on Re/writing Marginality, held at Dr.

Babhasaheb Ambedkar University, Aurangabad on 26-28 February, 2010. Published a Co-authored book Literary Criticism and Theory, Institute of Distance Education, University of Mumbai, December 2010, Conducted a workshop on stylistics for MA Part I at S. B College Research Articles: a) Caste, Exile and Identity: An Intercultural Reading of Bharti Mukherjee’s Desirable Daughters” in Sunil Kumar Navin and T. Sai Chandra Mouli (Ed. ) Multiplexity of Postcolonial Literature New Delhi: Authorspress, 2010, pp. 07-114, ISBN no 978-81-7273554-8 b) Text, Context and Ethnographic Experience: “Rethinking Cultural Documents in the light of Piya Chatterjee’s views” in Dr. Deepak Nanaware (Ed) Research Spectrum, Solapur, Pallavi Printing Press, A Peer – Reviewed Journal, volume-2:Issue1: Feb-2011,pp. 50-55,ISSN O9765964. c) Jt. Editor of Smt. C. H. M College, an in-house Research Journal Khoj @ C. H. M 201O • Asst. Prof Kailas Aute presented a paper at two day national seminar on ‘Tamil Ethnicity and Multicultural Locations in Rani Manika’s novel The Rice Mother’.

On 7th & 8th, January 2011 at Sub Center of Marathwada University, Osmanabad. He also has registered for Ph. D. University on 27 January, 2011. th in Mumbai (2010AQAR (2010-2011) of Smt. Chandibai . Himathmal Mansukhani College, Ulhasnagar, Maharashtra Page 24 of 72 Participation of teachers in various activities/competitions: Participation of teachers at various competitions such as seminars, conferences, workshops, sports and other curricular and co-curricular activities, not only adds to their creativity, knowledge, exposure and talent, but also makes them updated.

In this respect, it is always an advantage to the Institution. Because, the growth of the teacher means the growth of the students which eventually fosters the growth of the Institution Association of teachers with various academic and Industrial Organizations: Teachers’ visits to various academic centers enable them to share their intellectual experiences with others. Sharing helps open vistas of communication channels.

Likewise, teachers visiting various Industrial Organisations equip the teacher in understanding the hierarchal systems of functioning in organizations and their impact on Fresher’s. This experience can later be transferred to the students. Continuous association of teachers with various academic, industrial, government and Non Government organization is ensured through MOU’s signed with the below mentioned organizations.

No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 Department Involved in activities Microbiology Microbiology Microbiology Microbiology Microbiology Microbiology Microbiology Microbiology Microbiology Microbiology History with Foundation Course staff & students Psychology Chemistry Microbiology Biotechnology Biotechnology Biotechnology Computer Science Computer Science Name of Organisation TMC TMC Jindyasa UAS, Dharwad MPCB BNMC UMC UMC UMC Enviro-Vigil UMC UMC UMC TMC BCP ICT (UDCT) Vaccsyn India Ltd. UMC Data 64 8. Outreach Activities of Various Associations: The Community Outreach Programmes of the College are well entrenched.

The WSC, GSC, NSS and DLLE have an avowed social agenda, the NCC follows a nationalist agenda and the cocurricular activities of the other associations of the College also have strong social components. Among the various COPs, the most successful have been the Adult Education Programme (AEP) of the WSC, the Foundation Course Survey Study Projects “Clean Ulhasnagar- Healthy Ulhasnagar” and “Education for All”, the Diwali Utsav at Shantivan Ashram, Panvel, the annual (2010AQAR (2010-2011) of Smt. Chandibai . Himathmal Mansukhani College, Ulhasnagar, Maharashtra Page 25 of 72

Chandi Utsav in aid of Shantivan Ashram, the Healthcare initiatives in collaboration with the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation, the commemoration of the Human Rights Week, Project “The Good Earth” on World Environment Day, Documentary films on social issues made by the students of Mass Media, the installation of the Weather Station in the College by the UMC, the Waldhuni River Clean up Survey Study Project the Vermicompost Project and the Computer Training Sessions, Personaility Testing and Counselling sessions for employees of the UMC.

Activities of Various Associations: Arts Forum: Encourages and unearths hidden talents of students at both academic and cultural fronts and organizes various competitions to showcase their skills at the intra-collegiate level. • ‘Kaun Banega Interview ka sartaz’ was conducted on 1. 9. 2010. It was an intra-collegiate event. 70 students participated. • The Arts Forum for 2010-11 was inaugurated on 14. 09. 2010. It was an intra-collegiate event. 50 students participated. • • Debate competition was held on 5. 1. 2011. It was an intra-collegiate event. 20 students participated. ‘Test your geography’ was conducted on 10. . 2011. It was an intra-collegiate event. 27 students participated. Cash prizes of Rs. 500 were given to students who stood first in the competition and cash prize of Rs. 300 was given to students who stood second. Certificates were given to all students at valedictory function on 26. 2. 2011. • Literary quiz was conducted on 12. 1. 2011. It was an intra-collegiate event. 50 students participated. Cash prizes of Rs. 500 were given to students who stood first in the competition and cash prize of Rs. 300 was given to students who stood second. Certificates were given to all students at valedictory function on 6. 2. 2011. • Mono acting competition was conducted on 13. 1. 2011. It was an intra-collegiate event. 06 students participated. Cash prizes of Rs. 500 were given to students who stood first in the competition and cash prize of Rs. 300 was given to students who stood second. Certificates were given to all students at valedictory function on 26. 2. 2011. • General quiz was conducted on 17. 1. 2011. It was an intra-collegiate event. 30 students participated. Cash prizes of Rs. 500 were given to students who stood first in the competition and cash prize of Rs. 300 was given to students who stood second.

Certificates were given to all students at valedictory function on 26. 2. 2011. • Rangoli competition was conducted on 18. 1. 2011. It was an intra-collegiate event. 07 students participated. Cash prizes of Rs. 500 were given to students who stood first in the competition and (2010AQAR (2010-2011) of Smt. Chandibai . Himathmal Mansukhani College, Ulhasnagar, Maharashtra Page 26 of 72 cash prize of Rs. 300 was given to students who stood second. Certificates were given to all students at valedictory function on 26. 2. 2011. • Essay writing competition was conducted on 19. 1. 2011. It was an intra-collegiate event. 5 students participated. Cash prizes of Rs. 500 were given to students who stood first in the competition and cash prize of Rs. 300 was given to students who stood second. Certificates were given to all students at valedictory function on 26. 2. 2011. • Poetry reciting competition was conducted on 19. 1. 2011. It was an intra-collegiate event. 06 students participated. Cash prizes of Rs. 500 were given to students who stood first in the competition and cash prize of Rs. 300 was given to students who stood second. Certificates were given to all students at valedictory function on 26. 2. 2011.

Details of the participation by the students of our college in Arts Forum activities • Debate competition was held on 5. 1. 2011. It was an intra-collegiate event organized by Smt. C. H. M. College. 20 students participated. • ‘Test your geography’ was conducted on 10. 1. 2011. It was an intra-collegiate event organized by Smt. C. H. M. College. 27 students participated. Prathamesh Ankalkote of FYBA won first prize and Sachin Vete of F. Y. B. Sc won second prize. • Literary quiz was conducted on 12. 1. 2011. It was an intra-collegiate event organized by Smt. C. H. M. College. 50 students participated.

In Hindi Priyanka Sharma of FYBA won the first prize and Sweta Prajapati of FYBA won second prize. In English Meha Khurana of TYBA won first prize and Rubina Jose of SYBA won second prize. In Sindhi Lakhan Chappru of TYBA won first prize and Aarti Khalsa of FYBA won second prize. In Marathi Neha Bhat of TYBA won first prize and Deepika Adkar of TYBA won second prize. • Mono acting competition was conducted on 13. 1. 2011. It was an intra-collegiate event organized by Smt. C. H. M. College. 06 students participated. Kaushik Inamdar of FYBSc won first prize and Sneha Salvi of FYBA won second prize. General quiz was conducted on 17. 1. 2011. It was an intra-collegiate event organized by Smt. C. H. M. College. 30 students participated. Vikrant Halkandar of TYBA won first prize and Raunak Kochiar of FYJC, Sc won second prize. • Rangoli competition was conducted on 18. 1. 2011. It was an intra-collegiate event organized by Smt. C. H. M. College. 07 students participated. Tanvi Rane of TYBcom won the first prize and Dhwani Mandalik of FYBA won the second prize. • Essay writing competition was conducted on 19. 1. 2011. It was an intra-collegiate event organized by Smt. C. H. M. College. 35 students participated.

In Hindi, Poonam Yadav of FYBA won the first prize and Seetara Yadav of FYBA won the second prize. In Sindhi Barkha Kodwani of SYBA won the first prize and Geeta Rupani of SYBA won the second prize. In Marathi, Pournima JAdhav of TYBA (2010AQAR (2010-2011) of Smt. Chandibai . Himathmal Mansukhani College, Ulhasnagar, Maharashtra Page 27 of 72 won the first prize and Deepika Adkar of TYBA won the second prize. In English Sangeeta Ghosh of FYBcom won the first prize and Soma Das of SYBCom won the second prize. • Poetry reciting competition was conducted on 19. 1. 2011. It was an intra-collegiate event organized by Smt. C. H. M.

College. 06 students participated. Rupali Kamble of TYBA won the first prize and Kaushiki Pandey of FYJC won the second prize. Commerce Association• Counseling session for T. Y. B. Com students by Prof. D. U. Shinde was held on 12th July 2010. It was a college level activity. 2 batches of 350 students participated. • Talk on ‘Case Study’ for T. Y. B. Com students by Prof. D. U. Shinde was held on 6th September 2010. It was an intra-college level activity. 450 students participated. • Marketing Research and Export Marketing, TYBCom project writing workshop was held by Prof. S. S. Kapse and Dr. Lali Rajan on 25th November 2010.

It was a college level activity. 25 students participated. • Elocution competition was conducted on 19th January 2011. It was a college level activity. 10 students participated. • Seminar-Fun with maths was held at the college level. 80 students participated in it. Science Association Details of the activities conducted by the Science Association in 2010-2011 • Nature Club Inauguration programme was organized. There was also awareness programme towards protection of Mother Earth. It was an Inter—collegiate event. The total number of college students who participated was 200. The approximate expenditure incurred by the college was Rs. 000/-. • Inauguration of Science Association was organized on 27/9/10. It was an Intra—collegiate event. The total number of college students who participated was 200. The approximate expenditure incurred by the college was Rs. 6000/-. • Thalessemia workshop was organized on 7/10/10 in co-ordination with local NSS unit. The total number of college students who participated was 300. The approximate expenditure incurred by the college was Rs. 4000/-. • ‘Exciting hot new courses’ was organized on 30/11/10. It was an Intra—collegiate event. The total number of college students who participated was 150.

The approximate expenditure incurred by the college was Rs. 3000/-. Details of the Participation by the Students in Science Association activities- (2010AQAR (2010-2011) of Smt. Chandibai . Himathmal Mansukhani College, Ulhasnagar, Maharashtra Page 28 of 72 • Navgyan- Science Exhibition was organized on 22/23/24. 12. 10. It was an Intra-collegiate event. The organizing institution was Smt. C. H. M College. The total number of college students who participated was 400. The approximate expenditure incurred by the college was Rs. 13,000/-. Cash prizes and certificates were distributed for all departmental exhibits. ‘Sankalp’ was organized. It was an Inter—collegiate event. The organizing institution was Smt. C. H. M College. The total number of college students who participated was 60. The approximate expenditure incurred by the college was Rs. 6,000/-. Cash prizes and certificates were distributed for all departmental exhibits. • Environment awareness walk was organized. It was an Intra-collegiate event. The organizing institution was Smt. C. H. M College. The total number of college students who participated was 800. The approximate expenditure incurred by the college was Rs. 7,000/-.

Students interacted with local people. Sindhi Sahit Sangat “Sindhi sahitya sangat” established by the Sindhi Department in 1965 with a motto to undertake strenuous efforts to spread sindhi language and enhance sindhi literature among the youth of this modern world and to cultivate love and affection for sindhi language and deep devotion for our precious mother tongue. Sindhi sahitya sangat performs many social cultural moral educational programmes and also arranges for the Saminars, Kavisamelans, sindhi Mushairas etc. moreover it keeps “International collegiate competition “Sindhi songs, dance and drama rogrammes elocution to spread sindhi language through entertainment sources. Scholarly students are awarded every year to encourage them for sindhi language and to preserve their mother tongue extant