Re-accredited with ‘A’ Grade by NAAC in third cycle

"Best College Award" by University of Mumbai (2011-12)

Community College (University of Mumbai)

ISO 9001:2015

Re-accredited with ‘A’ Grade by NAAC in third cycle

"Best College Award" by University of Mumbai (2011-12)

Community College (University of Mumbai)

ISO 9001:2015

Rules & Regulations

Rules & Regulations Library Rules Attendance Admission Guidelines

Rules & Regulations

To enable the smooth working of the college, students are expected to observe rules and regulations that are in force.

  1. Students must wear their Identity Card to enter the college through Gate No.2. Six turnstile machines are placed-three for entry and three for exit. If any student forgets to bring their Identity Card they must enter through Gate No. 1 and register their entry in the Security Cabin. Strict action will be taken against any student misusing their Identity Card and allowing unauthorized entry through Gate No.2.
  2. Students must wear and display their college identity card whenever in college or when representing the college at any other place. It should be produced whenever demanded by any of the college staff. Students not adhering to this rule will be asked to pay fine.
  3. ) The use of mobile phones is strictly prohibited in the college buildings, class rooms and corridors.
  4. During lecture hours, students should be present in the class.Students should not loiter around college premises.
  5. Students are expected to observe decorum and decency in clothingand behaviour.
  6. In case of any problem, students can approach the Vice Principal.
  7. ) Students should not collect any fund from other students or from outsiders without the written permission of the Principal.
  8. Students shall not organize on their own picnics, excursion, trips, etc., without prior, written permission of the Principal.
  9. Students should not write on benches/walls and should help in maintaining the learning environment neat and clean.
  10. The powers relating to disciplinary action in the college will vest withthe Principal and her decision in this respect shall be final.

Library Rules

  1. Rules and Regulations of the library (for students)

    Every individual entering the library should be a BONAFIDE STUDENT of the College and must have a valid IDENTITY SMART CARD. Students should wear and display identity card whenever they are on the campus. If any student is found without wearing Identity Smart Card, he/she will be charged fine of Rs.100/- The identity smart card should be produced as and when demanded by any of the library staff.

  2. Duplicate Smart Identity Card

    In case Identity Smart Card is lost, it should be reported to the Librarian immediately. A duplicate Identity card will be issued to the student against a payment of Rs. 300/- on Fridays only, after receiving prescribed application and copy of a police complaint or affidavit onstamp paper in this respect.

  3. Circulation

    Library books are lent to readers for home reading between 8.00 a.m. to 5.00p.m.

    Note: For In-House Reading, books from Reading Hall as well as Home Lending Section and ‘Referance and Research Section’ are providedduring all working hours.

  4. Library Fine

    Books are issued for a period of one week from the Home Lending Section. Books reserved for in-house reading are not allowed to be taken out. A book must be returned on or before the due date shown on the book. In case a student fails to return a book within the time limit, a fine of Re. 1 per day per book will be charged for first 15 days and Rs. 2/-per day per book after 15 days onwards. During Examination days the fine would be Rs. 10/- per day per book. A student may get a book reissued, if it is not in demand.

  5. Mutilation of Books

    It is strictly forbidden to mark library books with pencil or ink or mutilate them in any way. The reader to whom the book was /is issued last will be held responsible for loss of pages or any other damage unless he/she has brought it to the notice of the library staff before borrowing. Any student held responsible for damage of reading materials will be liable to fine equivalent to the damage caused.

  6. Reading Hall

    a. Reading hall copies of the books should be used in reading hall only. A student taking books outside the reading hall without the permission of the librarian will have to pay a fine of Rs. 10.- per day per book.

    b. Reserving of seats is not permitted in the reading hall of the library under any circumstance.

    c. Complete Silence must be observed in and around the library.Disregard of this rule will invite punishment leading to suspension of members.

    d. Please note that Reading Hall is meant for reading purpose and self study only. Students should not discuss anything in the Reading Hall.

  7. Discipline

    The smooth working of the library is possible only if students adhere to the rules and regulations of the library. The Librarian reserves the right to refer cases of breach of discipline to the Principal.

    Note : Although no specific rules and regulations are formulated for the staff, all the members are advised to observe general rules and decorum.


The attendance of the students is regulated by ordinance 119 of Mumbai University.

  1. The ordinance states that, “For granting of terms, attendance of 75% of theory, practical and tutorials (wherever prescribed) separately will be required, and of the total number of lectures, practicals and tutorials conducted in the term.”
  2. Students who fail to maintain the condition of minimum attendance on account of bonafide illness, or any other reason which is deemed right by the Principal, should apply in writing to the Principal for leave of absence, prior or within 2 days from the date of commencement of such leave, failing which they will be treated as defaulters.
  3. ) All applications for leave of absence along with medical certificate, if any are to be submitted to the Vice-Principals.

Admission Guidelines

  1. FYBA /BCOM admissions will be as per the directions issued by the university from time to time and subject to availability of seats in the college. In house students on the rolls of the college during the year 2016-17 will be admitted first.
  2. Admissions for the first year B.A. / B.Com classes will start after the declaration of the results of HSC examination as per the guidelines of the University of Mumbai.
  3. A candidate for being eligible for admission to the three year integrated course leading to the Degree of Bachelor of Arts or Commerce must have passed the higher Secondary School Certificate (SYJC) Examination conducted by the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education, Mumbai or an examination recognised as equivalent with subjects, as may be specified by the university in arts or commerce streams.
  4. Students passing an examination equivalent to SYJC of the higher secondary board, Mumbai, from other states and immigrating from other University, Boards and seeking admission to the FY of the three year Integrated Degree Course will be admitted only on production of a valid “Provisional Eligibility” certificate issued by the university of Mumbai for the current academic year and for the desired course. Such students should submit a migration certificate, statement of marks and passing certificate in original alongwith true copies within two months from the date of admission, failing which their admission is liable to be cancelled.
  5. While taking admission to the first year class of the degree college, a student must submit the following documents duly completed

    i. Admission form to be filled online

    ii. Eligibility certificate (Application form will be provided by office) oreligibility certificate from Mumbai university in case of student passing examination other than that of Maharashtra State Board of Secondary Education.

    iii. Original Mark sheet of the HSC or equivalent examination along with 3 xerox copies of the same.

    iv. Transfer certificate issued by the HSC Board (in case of student coming from other college)

    v. Prescribed fees in full and in CASH (cheques will not be accepted). All admissions are provisional until all the necessary certificates such as the final eligibility certificate, transfer certificate, etc are submitted to the college.