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Nowrosjee Wadia College, Pune (Poona), Maharashtra
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19, Late Principal V.K. Joag Path
Bund Garden Road
Pune (Poona) (District Pune (Poona))
Maharashtra, India
Pin Code : 411001


Nowrosjee Wadia College, Pune (Poona) Maharashtra is a recognised institute / college. Nowrosjee Wadia College, Pune (Poona) Maharashtra is managed by Society: Modern Education Society. Nowrosjee Wadia College, Pune (Poona) Maharashtra was established on / in 1932.


Principal of Nowrosjee Wadia College, Pune (Poona) Maharashtra is Dr. Bhagwan Thakur.

Nowrosjee Wadia College is situated in Pune (Poona) of Maharashtra state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Pune (Poona) comes under Pune (Poona) Tehsil, Pune (Poona) District.

email ID(s) is Nowrosjee Wadia College Pune (Poona) Maharashtra

Website of Nowrosjee Wadia College, Pune (Poona) Maharashtra is http://203.199.134.143:8080/nwc/.


Contact Details of Nowrosjee Wadia College, Pune (Poona) Maharashtra are : Telephone: +91-20-26162944
Telephone: 25535927
020 26160892

Contact Numbers:
Principal Dr. Thakur - (020)-26162944
Vice Principal Dr. Andar - (020)-26160892
Vice Principal Dr. Bonde - (020)-26162183

Welcome to Nowrosjee Wadia College, a premier educational institution in Pune, Maharashtra and India.

Situated on the busy Bund Garden road, amidst the hustle and bustle of activity and heavy traffic, stands a huge complex, that no one can miss.

This great center of learning is the Nowrosjee Wadia College of Modern Education Society, which has come a long way since its inception way back in the year 1932. The College started on a high note with hardly more than 250 students in 1932. The College has grown from strength to strength over the years, thereby widening its horizons by offering a number of courses to its students. The number of students is now around 3000 What appeals to one as one enters the premises is the cosmopolitan atmosphere, students coming from all walks of life, diverse cultures and environments, intermingling with each other. Students passing out from this College are true achievers in life.


Other colleges of Modern Education Society Group, Pune (Poona)
DG Ruparel College of Arts Science and Commerce Matunga, Mumbai
Cusrow Wadia Institute of Technology (CWIT), Pune
Ness Wadia College of Commerce, Pune
MES College of Engineering (MES COE), Pune (Poona)


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Nowrosjee Wadia College, Pune (Poona) Maharashtra runs course(s) in Arts, Science stream(s).


Approval details: Nowrosjee Wadia College is affiliated with Savitribai Phule Pune University, Pune (Maharashtra)


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Colleges start admission process for first year courses

Pune: Several city colleges on Monday started the admission process for first year under graduate courses on Monday.Nowrosjee Wadia College having arts and science stream started selling forms and prospectus for the admission in first year Bachelor of Arts and first year Bachelor of Science degree on Monday.

The principal of the college, Bhagwan Thakur, said, We dont have an online system of filling application forms. Hence, the students interested in pursing their undergraduate degree can purchase the application form from the college.
Thakur added that admission process normally continues for a week. We give admission on the basis of merit. We keep some seats reserved for meritorious students who come late for the admission, he said.

Marathwada Mitramandals College of Commerce (MMCC) principal MD Lawrence said, The admission process for MMCC students will start from Tuesday and continue till June 10. We will complete our admission process and after that, we will open the vacant seats for non-MMCC students. The admission for non-MMCC students will be given on purely merit basis, Lawrence said.

Fergusson College which is already running an online admission process for the past three years on its website www.fergusson.edu started the admission process from May 30.Principal RG Pardeshi said, Our first preference for admission in the first year is for the students who have passed the HSC examination from our college. After allotting the seats to Fergusson College students the remaining seats will be allotted to the other students on merit basis.

The students need not go to the college for seeking the admission forms and instead can log on to the college website where an admission link is uploaded.

The students need to fill the online application with filling the form with correct details, and then, they have to submit the filled forms at the college with the photocopy of the mark sheet and necessary documents for physical verification by the college authorities, he said.

After completing the admission applications verification process, the merit list will be uploaded on the website and also displayed at the college notice board.
Like Fergusson College, Brihan Maharashtra College of Commerce (BMCC) too has an online admission process.

BMCC is going to start its online admission process from Wednesday. Students seeking admission in BMCC can log onto www.bmcc.ac.in.

The admission process for BMCC students will be conducted from June 13-15 and for non BMCC HSC passed students, it will be held from June 16 onwards. The first merit list will be prepared on June 17 or 18.
According to a college staffer, the total student intake capacity at BMCC is 600.

Sir Parshurambhau College (SP) will start selling admission forms from Tuesday.

Principal Dilip Sheth said, The admission process will start on June 8 by giving preference to SP College students first. SP College has 480 seats for first year Bachelor of Commerce and most of them are filled by our students only. For the admission in first year BA and BSc courses which have 360 seats each, the admission is based on merit only, he said.
started the admission process from May 30.Principal RG Pardeshi said, Our first preference for admission in the first year is for the students who have passed the HSC examination from our college. After allotting the seats to Fergusson College students the remaining seats will be allotted to the other students on merit basis.
The students need not go to the college for seeking the admission forms and instead can log on to the college website where an admission link is uploaded.
The students need to fill the online application with filling the form with correct details, and then, they have to submit the filled forms at the college with the photocopy of the mark sheet and necessary documents for physical verification by the college authorities, he said.

After completing the admission applications verification process, the merit list will be uploaded on the website and also displayed at the college notice board.
Like Fergusson College, Brihan Maharashtra College of Commerce (BMCC) too has an online admission process.

BMCC is going to start its online admission process from Wednesday. Students seeking admission in BMCC can log onto www.bmcc.ac.in

Students take to streets for just cause

Pune: A large number of college students of Pune and Pimpri-Chinchwad areas participated in different rallies on Tuesday to express their solidarity with anti-corruption crusader Anna Hazare.The youths were echoing their Gandhian leaders demand for a corruption-free India.

Students from various colleges, including Nowrosjee Wadia College (NWC), Maharashtra Institute of Technology (MIT) and Modern College, took to the streets in support for a stronger Lokpal Bill.We are voicing our support outside the campus as the college authorities did not grant permission to protest on the college premises, said Rahul Bhosale, a second year student of NWC.The students were seen wearing black ribbons on their arms to express their protest against Hazares arrest by the Delhi Police.

Many students shouted slogans and displayed banners in support of Hazare on the MIT campus in Kothrud.Annas arrest has exposed the governments weakness and tyranny. We want a strong Lokpal Bill to be passed and will give our complete support to Anna, said Dhruv Ruparel, a second year MBA student of MIT.Students were seen thronging Fergusson College Road. We are expressing our support to Anna in a peaceful manner, without obstructing traffic, said Sameer Sohoni, a first-year biotech student of Modern College, who was raising slogans against the Centre with a large group of students at Dnyaneshwar Paduka Chowk on Tuesday.A large number of students gathered at the protest rally near Balgandharva Rangmandir in the morning before they moved out in groups to cover the entire city.In the Pimpri-Chinchwad area, students of Pimpri-Chinchwad Polytechnic and Dr DY Patil College of Akurdi organised a rally in the morning. The peaceful match started from Akurdi railway station and ended in Nigdi after passing through Sambhaji Chowk, Bhel Chowk and Mhalsakant Chowk.

The protestors were holding posters and raising slogans like Anna Tum aage badho, hum tumhare sath hain and Vande Mataram. Students of other colleges and pedestrians also joined the rally.

Following Hazares message to give eight days of our life to the nation, we have organised the rally to awaken the spirit of people against corruption, the students said.Schoolchildren also lent their voice to the cause of a strong Lokpal Bill at Nal Stop on Tuesday.

Class XII student kidnapped, released

Pune: A standard XII girl student of Nowrosjee Wadia College was allegedly kidnapped in broad daylight by four unidentified suspects at 4 pm on Friday from the busy Mangaldas Road. She was later released in Khadki at 10.30 pm.

The 18-year-old collegian, daughter of a city businessman hailing from Bopodi, was forced into a cream-coloured van. She was repeatedly assaulted by the suspects in the vehicle.After over five hours of the ordeal, the girl was finally set free by the suspects at 10.30 pm at an isolated area near Mariaai Gate in Khadki.The girls father lodged an FIR at the Bund Garden police station on Saturday.He apprehended that Ramgopal Keshavnath Goyal, with whom he had business rivalry, could be behind the act.There are two cases that are going on at the Cantonment court and Shivajinagar court involving the victims father and Goyal.The victim underwent a medical examination, which ruled out any sexual assault. The police claimed that the abductors did not demand any ransom from the victims father. They said the girl had gone to a shop on Mangaldas Road with one of her friends.

A cream coloured van stopped near the shop and called the victim seeking her help in finding an address.
The goons forced her into the car covering her face with a scarf and tying her hands before the vehicle sped away, the police said.The victim told the police that the suspects assaulted her many times and forced her to drink some liquid.
Police sub-inspector MN Sanadi, who is investigating the case, said the goons sent six SMSes to the victims father.In the last SMS sent at around nine in the night, they directed her father to collect her near the Saint High School near Khadki Bazar. The businessman rushed to the area. But could not find her, Sanadi said, adding that one of the suspects spoke to the victim in Hindi.

Later, a patrolling party from the Khadki police station spotted the girl near Mariaai Gate standing alone. At around 10.53 pm the Khadki police alerted the control room. The girl gave her fathers contact number. He rushed to the spot and took his daughter back home. The Bund Garden police have prepared sketches of the four suspects.

3rd phase of Save Loktak Lake campaign at Pune

IMPHAL, Feb 24 – With Save Loktak Lake, lifeline of Manipur as its slogan, the third phase of Worldwide Save Loktak Lake NECEER), Imphal and Department of Geography, Nowrosjee Wadia College, Pune at the latters hall in Pune on February 28. The awareness programme is being initiated by NECEER which is determined to conserve the lake with more than 600 volunteers and 32 city coordinators involved in organising the campaign.

Thus, Pune becomes the 10th city hosting the Save Loktak Lake Campaign. Increasing number of youth involvement is a proof to the success of the ongoing Worldwide Save Loktak Lake Campaign. It can be mentioned here that the first and the second phase of the campaign have been conducted in 2010.

Delhi, Guwahati, Manipur, Silchar and Shillong witnessed the first phase of the campaign. The second phase was conducted in Mumbai, Kolhapur, South Sikkim and Darjeeling. Both the phases have been a huge success with mass involvement all over India.

It may be mentioned that NECEER has taken up the initiative to create awareness about the conservation of Loktak Lake, the largest fresh water lake in north-east India. The campaign is supported by more than 20 international and national organisations. It will conclude in 2012 with a mass campaign at the vicinity of the lake by involving the local inhabitants, NGOs and the government officials, among others.

Keibul Lamjao, the only floating national park in the world is situated at the south west part of the lake. It is home to the endangered antlered deer Sangai (Cervus eldi eldi).

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