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SNDT Women University, Mumbai (Bombay), Maharashtra
Address:1, Nathibai Thackersey Road, New Marine Lines
Mumbai (Bombay) (District Mumbai (Bombay))
Maharashtra, India
Pin Code : 400020


SNDT Women University, Mumbai (Bombay) Maharashtra is a University recognised by UGC.
SNDT Women University is situated in Mumbai (Bombay) of Maharashtra state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Mumbai (Bombay) comes under Mumbai (Bombay) Tehsil, Mumbai (Bombay) District.

Fax # of SNDT Women University, Mumbai (Bombay) Maharashtra is 022-22018226.

email ID(s) is SNDT Women University Mumbai (Bombay) Maharashtra

Website of SNDT Women University, Mumbai (Bombay) Maharashtra is www.sndtwomensuniversity.in, www.sndt.ac.in.

Additional Information about SNDT Women University, Mumbai (Bombay) Maharashtra is : Department
P.V. Polytechnic SNDT Women’s University
Sir Vithaldas Vidya Vihar, Juhu Road, Santacruz (WEST) MUMBAI-400 049 (T.No.26608676)
Contect Person : Mrs. Arati S. Alshi
Email ID: pvpsndt1976@yahoo.com.

Vice Chancellor : Prof. Rupa B. Shah, Tel : 022 22031881(O) 26205927(R), Dr. Chandra Krishnamurthy.

Registrar : Shri Kishor G Bhide, Tel : 022 22004810(O) 22004810(R).


Contact Details of SNDT Women University, Mumbai (Bombay) Maharashtra are : Tel 0091-022-2072792, 22031879 / 22031881 / 22004810
EPABX : 22031879

Department of Law

Dr. Chandra Krishnamurthy
Vice Chancellor
(O): 022-2031881, 2065927, 2004810, 2089117
sndt@bom2.vsnl.net.in

Prof. Vikram Patil
Professor,
(O): 022-26603961 / 26136197
(M): 09820445329
vspatil25@rediffmail.com

Dr. Gaurav Gulrez, Assistant Professor, Department of Pharmacology, Mobile 8054300644, Email Id: gaurav_g88@yahoo.com



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Business Administration
Certificate Course - Business Communication Skills

Commerce
M. Com. - Commerce
Ph. D - Commerce

Computer Applications
MCA - Computer Applications

Computer Science
P. G. Diploma - Computer Aided Design
P. G. Diploma - Computer Applications
Ph. D - Computer Science

Counseling
Ph. D - Guidance & Councilling

Economics
M. A. - Economics
Ph. D - Economics

Education
M. Ed. - Education
M. Ed. - Education
M. Phil - Extension Education
MEM - Education Management
Ph. D - Education

English Language and Literature Certificate Course - Indian Literature in English Translation
M. A. - English
M. Phil - English

Financial Studies
P. G. Diploma - Financial Management

Food Technology
M. Phil - Family Resource Management
M. Phil - Food Science and Nutrition

Gujarati
Certificate Course - History of Gujarat
M. A. - Gujarati
Ph. D - Gujarati

Hindi M. A. - Hindi
M. Phil - Hindi
Ph. D - Hindi

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Advanced P.G. Dip. - Medieval History
Certificate Course - History of Science and Technology in India
Certificate Course - Indian Epic and Culture
M. A. - History
Ph. D - History

Hospital Administration
Certificate Course - Hospitality Administration
P. G. Diploma - Hospitality and Hotel Administration

Human Resource Development
M. Phil - Human Resource Development
P. G. Diploma - Human Resource Management

Language
Certificate Course - Contemporary Critical Theory in Literature Studies
Certificate Course - Diaspora Literature
Certificate Course - Post Colonial Literature Studies

Linguistics
M. A. - Applied Linguistics
P. G. Diploma - Applied Linguistics

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M.P.M.I.R - Personnel Management & Industrial Relation
MCIM - Computer and Information Management
MeB - E-Business
MMS - Management Studies
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P. G. Diploma - Marketing Management

Marathi
Certificate Course - History of Maharashtra
Certificate Course - History of Marathas

Mass Media & Creative Writing
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Music & Dance
M. A. - Music
Ph. D - Music

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Philosophy: Certificate Course - Indian Philosophy

Psychology: M. A. - Psychology

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Certificate Course - spoken Sanskrit
M. A. - Sanskrit
Ph. D - Sanskrit

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Special Education
B. Ed. - Special Education
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Textile Designing & Printing: M. Phil - Textile and Clothing
Translation: P. G. Diploma - Translation

womens studies Advanced P.G. Dip. - Ancient Indian History

Profile of SNDT Women University


About University
The year 1896 marks the beginning of a new era in the history of women's education in India when Dr. Dhondo Keshav Karve established an ashram for widows and helpless women at Hingne near Pune. He realized that to make these women self-sufficient, self- reliant and self- confident, schooling was essential at the ashram.Karve launched a programme of schooling at ashram, which latter became regular school for girls and women. In a society governed by age old customs and conservative attitudes towards women, an institution of this type was bound to face social and economic difficulties. He had a dream of establishing women's university and his friends sent him a booklet on the Japanese women's university at Tokyo. In December 1915 Karve in his presidential address to the National Social reform Congress at Bombay announced his decision to shape his dream into reality. and in 1916 the first college started with the enrollment of five students which gradually took shape as women's university. Karve did not wait for the Government permission for funds.

The vision of Maharashi Karve and the foresight of Sir Vithaldas Thackersey led to the establishment of the first Women's University in India. Recognizing the pioneering work of Dr. Karve . Sir Vithaldas Thackersey made a generous contribution of Rs. 15 lacs to commemorate the memory of his mother, Nathibai. In 1920 after the great benefactor's mother Nathibai, the University was named as Shreemati Nathibai Damodar Thackersey Women's University.

In 1936, the headquarters of the University was shifted to Bombay. The University continued to grow, providing higher education to more and more women. In 1951, the University was granted statutory recognition and was renamed as Shrimati Nathibai Thackersey Women's University now popularly known as SNDT Women's University. The recognition came along with rare privilege of having a jurisdiction across the country.

Today SNDT has become a symbol of excellence in higher educational opportunities for women. The journey has been a long one since 1916. There are three university campuses - two at Mumbai-Churchgate and Juhu and one at Karve Road, Pune.

Introduction
Shreemati Nathibai Damodar Thackersey Women`s University is located in the metrpolitan city of Mumbai.The University has four campuses at, Santacruz-Juhu, Churchgate, Palghar and Pune.The Universitry has several colleges in spread over Maharashtra ,Assam Goa,and Gujarat.It was established by the great social reformer Dr. Dhondo Keshav Karve and was named after his mother, Shreemati Nathibai.His main intention was to make the women, self- reliant self- confident and self-sufficient. The University was started as a women`s college in the first half of 20th century.Later it became a Women`s college.

Shreemati Nathibai Damodar Thackersey Women`s University Shreemati Nathibai Damodar Thackersey Women`s University has been recognised by the University Grant Commission.Now the whole country is the jurisdiction of the University.There are 38 postgraduate departments under 11 faculties.The University has also 11 undergraduate colleges .Apart from that the University runs three secondary schools.In the field of research work the University also made its mark.To improve the standard of the academic programmes and research works the University is associated with British Council, Swedish International Development Agency, Government of India, Government of Maharashtra, Association of Commonwealth Universities and University Grants Commission.The University offers several scholorships to the deserving students.The University received fivestar status from the National Assessment and Accreditation Council as the first University of Maharashtra.

Shreemati Nathibai Damodar Thackersey Women's (SNDT) is a woman's university in the city of Mumbai in India. Their head offices are located at Churchgate in South Mumbai, while the major campus is in Santacruz - Juhu area of Mumbai. SNDT has three campuses: Two in Mumbai and the other in Pune. Since it is a university, there are a number of collages in various parts of Maharashtra, Gujarat, Assam and Goa as well.

At present, the university has an enrolment of over 70.000 scholars. It has got four campuses situated at Churchgate, Santacruz-Juhu, Pune and Palghar. The university has 26 collages, 38 university sections, 11 faculties. There are 11 undergraduate collages and 38 postgraduate departments. It goes on to run three girls' secondary schools which it has taken over from the past. It is aggressively concerned in educating, investigation and expansion. This is the first university in Maharashtra to achieve a Five Star rating from the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) of India.

The university has worked together with state and central governments, industry, national and international organizations to expand and perform academic programs, undertake research and in working with the community. These are the partners in the university; Government of Maharashtra, diverse agencies of the Government of India, University Grants Commission, UNICEF, British Council, Association of Commonwealth Universities and Swedish International Development Agency.

Free ships and scholarships are accessible to students on requirements cum advantage basis, same as to seats which are inadequate and obtainable on advantage cum means basis. The courses offered are from Certificate, Advanced Certificate and Diploma, Post graduate Diploma, Bachelor and Master.

The mission of the SNDT ever since it was recognized is to empower women through education. The aim and purpose of the university are often reinterpreted to make them applicable to the requirements of women and in the situation of current requirements of the society; this is due to socio-cultural changes and technological advances.

It is committed to the cause of women's empowerment through access to education mainly higher education through relevant courses in formal and non formal streams. It is further committed to provide a wide range of professional and vocational courses for women to the evolving socio-economic requirements, with human value and socio responsibility and to attain brilliance with eminence in every activity.

Locales in this busting metropolis include the Gateway of India, Juhu Beach, Marine Drive, Essel World and Bollywood. The film city produces the second largest number of movies in the world which is only next to Hollywood. Nearby tour include Bassein, Elephanta Caves, Matheran and Khandala. There are also achieves of museums, libraries, literary and other cultural institutions, art galleries and theatres.

Profile of University
Shreemati Nathibai Damodar Thackersey Women's University (SNDT) is a women's university in the city of Mumbai, India. The university headquarters are situated at Churchgate in South Mumbai, while the main campus is in Santacruz - Juhu area of Mumbai. SNDT has three campuses: Two in Mumbai and one in Pune. Being a University it has number of colleges in various parts of Maharashtra, Gujarat, Assam, Goa as well.

SNDT Women's University
The year 1896 marks the beginning of a new era in the history of women's education in India when Dr. Dhondo Keshav Karve established an ashram for widows and helpless women at Hingne near Pune. Subsequently, the vision of Maharashi Karve and the foresight of Sir Vithaldas Thackersey led to the establishment of the first Women's University in India.

In 1920 after the great benefactor's mother Nathibai, the University was named as Shreemati Nathibai Damodar Thackersey Women's University.

In 1951, the University was granted statutory recognition and was renamed as Shrimati Nathibai Thackersey Women's University now popularly known as SNDT Women's University.

Today SNDT has become a symbol of excellence in higher educational opportunities for women. There are three university campuses - two at Mumbai-Churchgate and Juhu and one at Karve Road, Pune

History
In 1896 Dr. Dhondo Keshav Karve established an ashram for widows and helpless women at Hingne near Pune to mark the beginning of a new era in the history of women's education in India. Finally in 1916 the first college was which gradually took shape of a women's university. In 1920 the University was named as Shreemati Nathibai Damodar Thackersey Women's University after the great benefactor's mother Nathibai.

Shreemati Nathibai Damodar Thackersey (SNDT) Women's University has been recognized by University Grants Commission (UGC) and accredited with a Five Star Status by National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC). The University offers quality education and has gained recognition as a symbol of excellence in higher educational opportunities for women. SNDT University has its educational jurisdiction spread across Maharashtra, Gujarat, Assam, Madhya Pradesh, Goa, Haryana and Daman. The special provisions of Maharashtra University Act 1994 empowers SNDT University to affiliate any College/Institution without any objection from the local University.

The year 1896 marks the beginning of a new era in the history of women's education in India when Dhondo Keshav Karve established an ashram for widows and helpless women at Hingne near Pune. He realized that to make these women self-sufficient, self- reliant and self- confident, schooling was essential at the ashram. Karve launched a programme of schooling at ashram, which latter became regular school for girls and women. In a society governed by age old customs and conservative attitudes towards women, an institution of this type was bound to face social and economic difficulties. He had a dream of establishing women's university and his friends sent him a booklet on the Japanese women's university at Tokyo. In December 1915 Karve in his presidential address to the National Social reform Congress at Bombay announced his decision to shape his dream into reality. and in 2 July 1916 the first college started with the enrollment of five students which gradually took shape as women's university. Karve did not wait for the Government permission for funds. The vision of Maharashi Karve and the foresight of Sir Vithaldas Thackersey led to the establishment of the first Women's University in India. Recognizing the pioneering work of Dr. Karve . Sir Vithaldas Thackersey made a generous contribution of Rs. 15 lacs to commemorate the memory of his mother, Nathibai. In 1920 after the great benefactor's mother Nathibai, the University was named as Shreemati Nathibai Damodar Thackersey Women's University. In 1936, the headquarters of the University was shifted to Bombay. The University continued to grow, providing higher education to more and more women.

In 1951, the University was granted statutory recognition and was renamed as Shrimati Nathibai Thackersey Women's University now popularly known as SNDT Women's University. The recognition came along with rare privilege of having a jurisdiction across the country. Today SNDT has become a symbol of excellence in higher educational opportunities for women. The journey has been a long one since 1916. There are three university campuses - two at Mumbai-Churchgate and Juhu and one at Karve Road, Pune.

Vission, Mission And Goals
VISION
For over nine decades, the university has been striving for and growing to newer heights of performance and outreach.The vision of Bharat Ratna Dr. D.K.Karve to build a citadel of learning for women is encapsulated in the motto of the university.

MISSION
Empowerment of women, through education, has been the single-minded mission of this University ever since its establishment. With socio-cultural changes and technological advances, the goals and objectives of the University are being continuously reinterpreted to make them relevant to the needs of women and in the context of prevailing needs of the society
"SNDT Women's University is committed to the cause of women's empowerment through access to education particularly higher education through relevant courses in formal and nonformal streams. Further SNDT is committed to provide a wide range of professional and vocational courses for women to the changing socio-economic needs, with human values and purposeful social responsibility and to achieve excellence with quality in every activity "

Goals
To provide for women access to higher Education through formal and non-formal streams including adult and continuing education

To provide for women a wide range of professional and vocational courses to meet the socio-economic demands

To develop Scholarship and research in emerging areas of study particularly with focus on women's perspectives

To inculcate among women positive self concept, awareness of women's issues and rights with a rational outlook towards society

To enhance purposeful education with "Human Values" and "Social Responsiblity" by participating in outreach programmes

To achieve excellence in academic disciplines, research and extension activities through emphasis on "Quality in every activity"

Message from VC
We, in the new millennium now, are in the century of knowledge, where the 'Right to Information', 'Cyber Laws' and many such areas are in the ambit of study as we have consumers in the said and related fields

In the chronological time we women are in today it is most essential we are fully knowledgeable about our primary human rights for women to be succeed by areas where Right to/for Information applies to us-as Women of India, who as yet do not have a level playing ground

The NGOs, women's activist, the advocacy having women's issues at heart, must now be in the forefront to ensure the women's need and Right for Information is sufficed.

We, at the University too should actively move in the said direction. In fact it is here, at this juncture that we can commence our gender demarginalization.

'Information' shall be the ignition for women to accelerate in their causes of fighting injustice, and concept of being taken complacently

Our women's voices by right must stop begging for mercy, stop from being pitied, stop for accepting being infra dig. We must 'inform' others of our pulsating role in the society, of our rejection ofpity to be replaced by empathy as a humane concept, our need to seek our rights and for others to be more perceptive of our changingface and soul, heart and head.

Women and woes are now an old discarded paor, now its women and winning that shall go hand in hand.

Educational Streams
SNDT University conducts various courses in several disciplines. The medium of instruction for study in the colleges affiliated by SNDT University is in multiple languages like Marathi, Gujarati, Hindi and English. The University offers courses in conventional method as well as distance learning mode. It has played a remarkable role in taking education to the villages. Centre for Rural Development is an attempt to make higher education responsive to the needs of the community. The university is running several projects for community development too. It recognizes the importance of adult and continuing education. The university also imparts distance education to the students.

Facilities
SNDT University provides all basic facilities to the students such as hostel accommodation, regular health check-ups, canteen, etc. Doctors are appointed by the University for conducting regular health check-ups of the students. The university has established Fitness Centre Gymkhana Hall and Yoga Centre to ensure overall development of the students. The Department of Students' Welfare at the University conducts various departmental, co-curricular and extra curricular activities for the students of the affiliated colleges. There is a University Library that supports the teaching, research and extension activities of the University by providing to students, faculty and staff, information and documentary resources and services.

Faculties/Departments
* Faculty of Arts
* Faculty of Social Science
* Faculty of Fine Arts
* Faculty of Commerce
* Faculty of Education
* Faculty of Library and Information Science
* Faculty of Management Studies
* Faculty of Home Science
* Faculty of Nursing
* Faculty of Science
* Faculty of Technology

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College postpones exam following hoax call

Mumbai: Searches were conducted and exams were postponed at the SNDT womens college in suburban Malad here on Friday after a hoax phone call stating that an explosive was kept inside the college premises was received, police said.As the exam was about to start, the colleges telephone operator received the phone call on the institutes MTNL landline number, with an unidentified person warning about a bomb planted in the college premises.

Inspector Deepak Phatangare at the Malad police station said, At around 12.40 pm, the call was received when the First Year Junior College students sat inside the rooms and were about to take question papers.
He said the college authorities immediately informed the police control room and local police about the call and started evacuating the premises.

Survey finds city teachers lack EQ

Mumbai: Gone are the days when teachers were authoritative figures who could make naughty children fall in line with just a scathing look. Today, teachers are so tightly wound up that they can barely control their own emotions, much less those of trouble-making students, a survey conducted by the SNDT University revealed.The survey found that 40% of city teachers have very low emotional intelligence. This renders them incapable of controlling students and maintaining discipline. Low emotional intelligence makes teachers anxious, easily aggravated and depressed, and they become dependent on others to make their decisions, the survey stated.

Of the 600 teachers from 100 private, unaided, English-medium schools tested for emotional intelligence, 240 teachers showed an inability to identify, assess, and control their emotions. They were also unable to deal with the emotions of their students and colleagues.

We were shocked that teachers were unable to handle their own emotions. We understand that teachers today face tremendous stress from school authorities as well as students parents. But they need to be able to master their emotions. A teacher who cannot control her emotions is incapable of empathising with students, said Arundhati Chauhan, co-ordinator, department of education, SNDT.The survey also revealed that most of the teachers admitted that they often vent their frustrations on children by meting out corporal punishment and using abusive words with schoolchildren. After teaching for six straight hours, our patience wears thin. I find myself snapping at students to control the classroom, said a teacher from a school in Dadar.

The government tried to train teachers in emotional intelligence. The workshops failed as they are not conducted regularly, said Chauhan.

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