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DEGREE COLLEGES

(Affiliated to SNDT Women’s University, Mumbai)


Degree Programmes offered:

Bachelor of Arts
Bachelor of Commerce
Bachelor of Science (Home Science)
Bachelor of Management Studies
Bachelor of Arts with Mass Media
Bachelor of Computer Application

Examination rules:

  • Degree Course comprises of 6 semesters to be completed in 3 years.
  • 25% weightage will be given to internal assessment & 75% weightage to the semester examination.
  • The standard of passing for all exams is as follows:
    B.A. / B. Com. 35% BCA/BMS/BMM/ B.Sc. (Home Science) 40%
    Internal 9/25 Internal 10/25
    External 26/75 External 30/75
  • Students shall pass internal examination and external examination separately. Unless student pass in internal examination she will not be allowed to appear in external / semesters end examinations (75 marks exam)
  • There will be college examination in first years and university examination in second and third years.
  • Admission to II, IV and VI semester will be automatic.
  • A student is promoted from first year to second year, provided that the total number of credits in which she has failed does not exceed 40% of the total subjects and second year to third year does not exceed 20% of total subjects taken first, second, third and fourth semester together.
  • 75% attendance is mandatory to appear for the final / semester end / external examination even for medical cases 50% attendance is mandatory. If attendance rules are not fulfilled, student will not be allowed to appear for examination.

Smt. P. N. Doshi Women's College Of Arts

(Vice - Principal: Dr. Poonam Singh)


(English and Gujarati medium)


Specializations offered:
Gujarati
Hindi
Economics
Psychology

Discipline: Gujarati
Interest in Gujarati literature is kindled through this course. The principles and perspectives of language are thoroughly discussed in various papers. The students are introduced to the literary works of well known authors and they are taught to analyse and criticize literature. The students' interest is sharpened through novels, short stories and poems.


FIRST YEAR

SEMESTER I
English
History as Heritage (Foundation Course)
Women in Changing India (Foundation Course)
DC I – Bhashakaushal, Gadhyaswaroop ane niyatkrutiono Abhyas
DC II – Anuvaadkala ane Anudit krutiono abhyaas
AC I - Economics
SEMESTER II
English
Personality Development (Foundation Course)
Environmental Studies (Foundation Course)
DC III – Padhya Swaroop ane krutiono Abhyaas
DC IV – Loknatya Bhavaay
AC II -Economics


SECOND YEAR

SEMESTER III
English
Current Concerns (Foundation Course)
DC V - Arvachin gadya kruti
DC VI - Gujarati Sahitya no Itihas
APC I - Apathit Tulanatmak Kavya, Rasadarshan, Chhand, Alankar, Varta Lekhan
AC III - Sociology
SEMESTER IV
English
Current Social Issues and Problems (Foundation Course)
DC VII - Arvachin padya kruti
DC VIII - Gujarati Sahitya no Itihas
APC II - Pustakarlokan and pradeshik Kruti, Sahityik Patratarita, Computer Shikshan
AC IV - Sociology


THIRD YEAR

SEMESTER V
English
DC IX - Kavyashastra
DC X - Gujarati bhasha no ltihas ane dhwani vichar
DC XI - Arvachin gujarati sahitya no itihas (Gandhi Yug)
DC XII - Sahitya Swarup no Udbhav ane Vikas
APC III - Lekhan na vividh prakaro ane anvad, Angeno Prayojan Mulak Abhyas
SEMESTER VI
English
DC XIII - Sahityik Vad ane Paschatya vivechako
DC XIV - Gujarati Bhasha nu Vyakran
DC XV - Gujarati Sahitya no Itihas (Anugandhi yug thi aaj sudhi)
DC XVI - Niyat Sahitya Swarupni Krutino Abhyas
APC IV - Samuh Madhyam ane Sahitya, Computer Shikshan



Discipline: Hindi
To stimulate interest in Hindi language and literature is the aim of this course. Various papers are prescribed with this intention. It also has two papers on Functional Hindi which will help the student take up writing and translation work in Hindi.


FIRST YEAR

SEMESTER I
English
History as Heritage (Foundation Course)
Women in Changing India (Foundation Course)
DC I - Hindi Kahani
DC II - Lekhan Kaushalya
AC I – History / Marathi
SEMESTER II
English
Personality Development (Foundation Course)
Environmental Studies (Foundation Course)
DC III – Hindi Vyakran
DC IV - Upanyas Vidha
AC II - History / Marathi


SECOND YEAR

SEMESTER III
English
Current Concerns (Foundation Course)
DC V - Adhunik Padhya
DC VI - Sahitya Samiksha Tatha Aalochana
APC I - Hindi Bhasha
AC III - History / Marathi
SEMESTER IV
English
Current Social Issues and Problems (Foundation Course)
DC VII - Adhunik Ekanki
DC VIII - Sahitya Siddhanth
APC II - Rachana Kaushal
AC IV - History / Marathi


THIRD YEAR

SEMESTER V
English
DC IX - Adhunik Nibhandh
DC X - Prachin evum madhyakailn kavya
DC XI - Hindi sahitya ka etihas
DC XII - Vishishta Sahityakar
APC III - Hindi Vyakran
SEMESTER VI
English
DC XIII - Katha Sahitya
DC XIV - Adhunik Prabandh Kanya
DC XV - Hindi sahitya ka etihas - Aadhunik Kaal
DC XVI - Vishishta Sahityakar
APC IV - Hindi ki ethihasik Prishtyabhumi



Discipline: Economics
This course aims to create awareness about the economy in which we live. Various papers in this subject help to generatge a distinctly economical perspective and to enhance the knowledge of economical policies and problems. The nature and scope of Economics, theories of Economics, like theory of consumer behaviour, market structures, price formation etc. are extensively covered. The course also imparts information about importance of agricultural, industrial, international and financial markets and institutions.


FIRST YEAR

SEMESTER I
English
History as Heritage (Foundation Course)
Women in Changing India (Foundation Course)
DC I – Economy of Maharashtra since 1991
DC II – Principles of Economics
AC I – History / Marathi OR CApC – I Meal Management or Child Care
SEMESTER II
English
Personality Development (Foundation Course)
Environmental Studies (Foundation Course)
DC III – Macro Level Problems in the Economy of Maharashtra since 1991
DC IV – Basics of Money, Banking, International Trade and Economic Development
AC II - History / Marathi OR CApC – II Meal Management or Child Care


SECOND YEAR

SEMESTER III
English
Current Concerns (Foundation Course)
DC V – Sectors-wise Features of Indian Economy Since 1991
DC VI – Theory of Value
APC I – Entrepreneurship
AC III - History / Marathi OR CApC – III Meal Management or Child Care
SEMESTER IV
English
Current Social Issues and Problems (Foundation Course)
DC VII – Problems and Policies in Economy since 1991
DC VIII – Theory of Distribution and Welfare Economics
APC II - Agriculture Economics II
AC IV - History / Marathi OR CApC – IV Meal Management or Child Care


THIRD YEAR

SEMESTER V
English
DC IX - Macro Economics I
DC X - International Economics I
DC XI - Research Methodology
DC XII - History of Economic Thought I
APC III-Banking and Financial Institution
SEMESTER VI
English
DC XIII - Macro Economics II
DC XIV - International Economics II
DC XV - Statistics
DC XVI - History of Economic Thought II
APC IV-Financial Markets



Discipline: Psychology
This course helps the students understand the basic concepts in Psychology. Papers on different areas like social, organizational, consumer, experimental, abnormal, counseling and health, stress the importance of various domains. This course also covers significant theories which help the students gain an insight into the psychological perspectives. It includes practicum that gives hands on training in administering psychological tests and evaluations.


FIRST YEAR

SEMESTER I
English
History as Heritage (Foundation Course)
Women in Changing India (Foundation Course)
DC I - General Psychology I
DC II - Developmental Psychology I
AC I – History / Marathi OR CApC – I Meal Management or Child Care
SEMESTER II
English
Personality Development (Foundation Course)
Environmental Studies (Foundation Course)
DC III - General Psychology II
DC IV - Developmental Psychology II
AC II - History / Marathi OR CApC – II Meal Management or Child Care


SECOND YEAR

SEMESTER III
English
Current Concerns (Foundation Course)
DC V - Social Psychology
DC VI - Applied Statistics & Research Methods I
APC I Organisational Behaviour
AC III - History / Marathi OR CApC – III Meal Management or Child Care
SEMESTER IV
English
Current Social Issues and Problems (Foundation Course)
DC VII – Interpersonal and Group Processes
DC VIII – Psychological Testing and Assessments
APC II - Health Psychology
AC IV - History / Marathi OR CApC – IV Meal Management or Child Care


THIRD YEAR

SEMESTER V
English
DC IX - Experimental Psychology Theory
DC X - Experimental Psychology Practicals I
DC XI - Abnormal Psychology
DC XII - Counselling Psychology
APC III - Educational Psychology
SEMESTER VI
English
DC XIII - Congnitive Psychology Theory
DC XIV - Experimental Psychology Practicals II
DC XV - Health Psychology
DC XVI - Psychological Assessment
APC IV - Sports Psychology



KUM. U. R. SHAH WOMEN'S COLLEGE OF COMMERCE

(Vice - Principal: Dr. Manju Prabha)

(English and Gujarati medium)


Specialisations offered:

Commerce (General) with following specializations:

• Vocational Office Management and Secretarial Practice
• Financial Accounting and Auditing
• Computer Studies

Commerce with Accounting and Finance


COMMERCE (GENERAL) -- ENGLISH & GUJARATI MEDIUM
FIRST YEAR:

SEMESTER I
English I – HL / LL
Economics I – Analysis of Consumer Behavior
Commerce I – Principals of Business Management
Accountancy I – Financial Accounting
Business Mathematics or Vocational Paper I (Office Mgt.)
Commercial Geography or Vocational Paper II
SEMESTER II
English II – HL / LL
Economics II – Analysis of Marketing
Commerce II – Principals of Marketing Management
Accountancy II – Advance Financial Accounting
Business Mathematics or Vocational
Paper III
Environmental Studies


SECOND YEAR

SEMESTER III
English III – HL / LL
Economics III – Money and Banking
Commerce III – Customer Relationship Marketing & Retailing
Accountancy III – Financial Accounting
Business Law I
Elective* I or Vocational Paper IV
SEMESTER IV
English IV – HL / LL
Economics IV – International Trade
Commerce IV - Introduction to Banking and Finance
Accountancy IV – Advance Financial Accounting
Business Law II
Elective* II or Vocational Paper V

* (Electives: Industrial Psychology /Marathi / Gujarati)


THIRD YEAR

SEMESTER V
Compulsory
English V – HL / LL
Economics V – Public Finance
Commerce V – Modern Finance
Specialization 3 Papers (Anyone) / Vocational
1) Financial Accounting & Auditing
2) Computer Studies
SEMESTER VI
Compulsory
English VI – HL / LL
Economics VI – Indian Economy
Commerce VI – Financial Markets
Specialization 3 Papers (Anyone) / Vocational
1) Financial Accounting & Auditing
2) Computer Studies



FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING & AUDITING

This Course content focuses on application of Accountancy for corporate organizations, Management Accountancy, Cost Accountancy, Income Tax and Conceptual aspect of Auditing, Advanced application of Accounting, Financial Management, Cost Accountancy, Income - Tax and Auditing, principles of different commercial activities.


COMPUTER STUDIES

Computer studies enables students to understand basics of computer, its applications and programming fundamentals, and are designed to help students understand advanced commercial office applications like word Processing, Spreadsheets, Programming, Computerzied Accounting, Internet, E-mail, Flow Charting, Web Designing, D.T.P. etc.

VOCATIONAL OFFICE MANAGEMENT & SECRETARIAL PRACTICE

The specialization starts from Semester I. This includes commercial communication, office stationery, various duplication methods, formalities of meetings, using different types of information, travel management, advance typing, advance shorthand etc. Papers also impart basic transferable skills, communication skills, problem solving skills, basic skills in computer, advance shorthand and entrepreneurship.




COMMERCE WITH ACCOUNTING & FINANCE


This programme aims to familiarize students with accounting concepts, statistical quantitative techniques and tools for business applications, Security Analysis and Portfolio Management, Cost Accounting, Corporate Accounting, Auditing, Capital Markets etc. The course also includes internship with Chartered Accountants or Financial Services organizations which help the students to get hands on experience.

FIRST YEAR

SEMESTER I
Subjects
1) Elements of Accountancy
2) Business Communication
3) Business Statistics
4) Material Management & Personality
Development
5) Enviroment of Financial System
SEMESTER II
Subjects
1) Financial Accounting
2) Skills of Business Communications
3) Quantitative Techniques
4) EVS
5) Financial Market and Women Empowerment


SECOND YEAR

SEMESTER III
1) Corporate Accounting
2) Security Analysis & Portfolio Management
3) Cost Accounting
4) Auditing
5) Micro Economics
SEMESTER IV
1) Advance Corporate Accounting
2) Treasury & Risk Management
3) Advance Cost Accounting
4) Advance Auditing
5) Macro Economics


THIRD YEAR

SEMESTER V
1) Management Accounting
2) Direct Taxation
3) Basis of Business Law
4) Information Technology
5) Internship-I
SEMESTER VI
1) Advance Management Accounting
2) Indirect Taxation
3) Allied Business Laws
4) Advance Information Technology
5) Internship-II



DR. (SMT.) NANAVATI B. M. COLLEGE OF HOME SCIENCE

(Vice - Principal: Dr. Rekha Randive)


Specialisations Offered:
Food Science and Nutrition (Food Science and Nutrition)
Human Development (Early Childhood Education)
Resource Management (Interior Space Design and Management)

Subjects in semester I, II and III are common for all specialization.


SEMESTER I
1. English I (Th)
2) Applied Science (Th & Pr)
3) Design & Aesthetics (Th & Pr)
4) Life Span Development (Th)
5) Environment Studies (Th)
SEMESTER II
1) English II (Th)
2) Human Physiology (Th & Pr)
3) Textile Science & Apparel Design (Th & Pr)
4) Fundamentals of Foods & Nutrition (Th & Pr)
5) Extension & Communication (Th & Pr)
SEMESTER III
1) Nutrition for Life Span (Th & Pr)
2) Consumer Studies (Th)
3) Family Dynamics (Th & Pr)
4) Media Skill Development (Th & Pr)
5) Fabric Ornamentation & Accessory Design (Pr)


Specialisation: Food Science and Nutrition This specialization prepares the student in scientific aspects of food preparation, preservation, analysis, meal planning for normal and therapeutic needs / conditions, adulteration in food and biochemical changes in the human body during normal & pathological conditions. The student is encouraged to develop new food products and also update their knowledge in nutrition via seminar presentations and internship / project placements.

Scope is wide and diverse in nature. Placements are possible in Health & Fitness centres, Pharmaceutical industries, Food industries. Food entrepreneurship is another avenue. This course is a stepping stone for Post-graduate courses related to Nutrition & Dietetics.


SEMESTER - IV
1) Advance Chemistry (Th & Pr)
2) Food Microbiology (Th & Pr)
3) Food Analysis (Pr)
4) Human Nutrition I (Th)
5) Food Preservation (Th & Pr)
SEMESTER - V
1) Biochemistry (Th & Pr)
2) Human Nutrition II (Th)
3) Food Science (Th & Pr)
4) Diet Therapy (Th & Pr)
5) Recent Advances in Food Science
& Nutrition (Seminar) (Th)
SEMESTER - VI
1) Community Nutrition (Th & Pr)
2) Food processing and Development (Th & Pr)
3) Professional applications in Food
Science & Nutrition (Pr)




Specialisation: Early Childhood Education
Specialization in Human Development equips the students to a wide range of career options including teacher educators, teachers, counsellors, remedial educators, social workers, event managers and curriculum designers and developers. The course includes understanding various developmental stages in human life span and providing appropriate environment for optimum development. The course subjects and practicals in a variety of settings develop competencies to work with all age groups. Intensive training and experience in preschools, NGO’s and special schools as a part of the practical training helps develop appropriate knowledge, skills, attitudes, communication strategies and confidence to work as professionals in various settings.


SEMESTER - IV
1) Growth & Development in Early years (0-8 yrs) (a)
2) Curriculum for Young Children (Th) (a)
3) Curriculum for Young Children (Pr) (a)
4) Child Health Nutrition (b)
5) Working With Parents (b)
SEMESTER - V
1) Early Childhood Education I (Th) (a)
2) Early Childhood Education I (Pr) (b)
3) Administration & Management of Centers (a)
4) Trends in ECE (a)
5) Recent Advances in ECE (Seminar) and Women's Issues (b)
SEMESTER - VI
1) Children with special Needs (a)
2) Basics of Guidance and Counseling (a)
3) Management of Centers for children (Practicals) (b)
4) Professional Application in ECCE (Internship) (b)




Specialisation: Interior Space Design and Management
This specialization equips the students to plan, design and create and aesthetic and functional environment at home and at workplace. The unique feature of this course is the application of scientific knowledge of Ergonomics that makes one's living comfortable and work promotive. As a part of the course students will undergo training by working as interns for six weeks under practicing interior designers.

It enables students to work as interior designers, managers, interior decorators, assistant researchers.


SEMESTER - IV
1) Resource Management (TH)
2) Elements of Planning (TH)
3) Drafting & Designing (PR)
4) Application of Ergonomic in Interior Designing (TH AND PR)
5) Basic Auto CAD
SEMESTER - V
1) Interior Designing (TH)
2) Residential Planning & Detailing (PR)
3) Building Construction (PR)
4) Advanced Auto CAD (PR)
5) Recent Advances in Interior Designing (Seminar) (PR)
SEMESTER - VI
1) Commercial Designing & Professional Practice (TH)
2) Advance Interior Design (PR))
3)Building Services (PR)
4) Professional Application & Practices in Interior Designing (PR)




SHRI. G. L. ZAVERI DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES (BMS)

In-charge: Dr. Veena Shete


This programme provides the students with the foundation in Management, Marketing, Human Resource Management, Financial Environment etc. and allows students to develop deeper knowledge in areas of interest. This course helps to train in skills needed to assume management position in corporate. This programme provides comprehensive and practical training to students by way of projects, presentations, industrial visits, lectures by professionals, job orientation and placements.

SEMESTER I
Principles of Management
Business Communication
Financial Accounting
Principles of Marketing
Economics I
SEMESTER II
Marketing Management
Organisational Behavior
Economics II
Management Information System
Quantitative Techniques for Business


SEMESTER III
Business Laws
Cost and Management Accounting
Human Resources Management
Fundamentals of Production and Operations Management
Quantitative Techniques for Business
SEMESTER IV
Strategic Management
Financial Management
Consumer and Buyer Behavior
Quality Management
Entrepreneurship Development


SEMESTER V
Integrated Marketing Communication
Brand Management
Advanced Quantitative Methods for Business
Specialization 2 papers each (Any one)
• Human Resource
• Finance
SEMESTER VI
International Business
Retail Management
Project
Specialization 2 papers each



SMT. DEVILABEN MEHTA DEPARTMENT OF MASS MEDIA (BMM)

In-charge: Dr. Nimisha Kambli


This programme offers myriad opportunities for students in media related areas such as Reporting, Anchoring for TV and Radio, Recording, Audio-Video Editing, Event Management, Photography, Public Relations etc. The students also make documentaries, stage plays, organize exhibition, conduct interviews and learn various skills needed for media. A sound proof media room enables the students to learn editing in the latest MAC machines. Students can opt for Journalism or Animation specialization in the final year.

Specialisations Offered:

  • Journalism
  • Animation
Subjects for Semester I, II, III and IV are common.


SEMESTER I
Effective Communication Skills
Fundamentals of Mass Communication
Modern World History
Traditional media and Folk media
Introduction to Sociology
SEMESTER II
Environmental Studies
Indian Political and Economic Systems
Introduction to Psychology
Effective Writing Skills
Introduction to Computer


SEMESTER III
Introduction to Print Media
Basics of Advertising
Fundamental of Public Relations
Visual Communication
Understanding Cinema
SEMESTER IV
Introduction to Broadcasting
Integrated Marketing Communication
Introduction to New Media
Writing for Media
Women and Media


Specialisation: Journalism
SEMESTER V
Research in Mass Media
Political and Economic Reporting for Print Media
Newspaper Editing, Layout and Design
Press Laws and Ethics
Magazines and Journals
SEMESTER VI
Internship
News Media Organization & Management
Broascast Journalism
Social Developmental Reporting for Print Media


Specialisation: Animation
SEMESTER V
Research in Mass Media
Introduction to Animation
Basics of Art and Drawing
2D & 3D Animation
Flash Scripting
SEMESTER VI
Internship
3D Animation
Advanced Web Design
Video Editing And SFX




SHRI. H. P. DOSHI AND SHRI. P. L. DOSHI DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER APPLICATION (BCA)

In-charge: Ms. Suchita Bhovar


This programme envisages training students in mastering computer applications. The course includes both theory and practical components of computer operating systems, programming, management information system, cyber laws etc. There are two dedicated computer laboratories for this programme with latest computers and necessary software. The students are also required to take up a project in the final semester.

SEMESTER I
Business and Technical Communications Skill
Principles and Practice of Accounting
Introduction to Programming and Problem Solving Using C
Computer Fundamentals and Operating System
Problem Solving using C (Pr)
GNU / Linux (Pr)
SEMESTER II
Introduction to Logic Circuits and Digit Design
Discrete Structure and Graph Theory
Advanced C (Th and Pr)
Environmental Science and RTI
Open Source Operating System and Applications Software’s (Pr)


SEMESTER III
Introduction to Microprocessor
Numerical Methods and Algorithms
Computer Organisation and Architecture
File Structure and Database Management System
Microprocessors (Pr)
Database Management System (Pr)
SEMESTER IV
Data Structure and File Organisation
Information Systems Analysis and Design
Introduction to Software Engineering
Object Oriented Programming using C++ (Th and Pr)
Data Structures (Pr)



SEMESTER V
Data Communication and Networking
JAVA Programming (Th and Pr)
Visual and Database Programming
Internet Programming (Th and Pr)
SEMESTER VI
Management Information System
Enterprise Resource Planning
Intelligent Property Rights, Patents and Cyber Laws
Elective:
1. E-Commerce
2. Artificial Intelligence
3. Web Technology
Project