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Brihan Maharashtra College of Commerce (BMCC), Pune, Maharashtra


Brihan Maharashtra College of Commerce (BMCC), Pune, Maharashtra
Address: Plot / Street / Area
845, Shivajinagar
Pune (District Pune)
Maharashtra, India
Pin Code : 411004

Brihan Maharashtra College of Commerce (BMCC), Pune Maharashtra is a recognised institute / college. Brihan Maharashtra College of Commerce (BMCC), Pune Maharashtra is also known as BMCC Pune. Brihan Maharashtra College of Commerce (BMCC), Pune Maharashtra is managed by Society: Deccan Education Society. Brihan Maharashtra College of Commerce (BMCC), Pune Maharashtra was established on / in 1943.

Principal of Brihan Maharashtra College of Commerce (BMCC), Pune Maharashtra is Dr. C.N.Rawal.

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

Fax # of Brihan Maharashtra College of Commerce (BMCC), Pune Maharashtra is +91 020 3086 209.

email ID(s) is Brihan Maharashtra College of Commerce (BMCC) Pune Maharashtra

Website of Brihan Maharashtra College of Commerce (BMCC), Pune Maharashtra is http://www.bmcc.ac.in/.

Contact Details of Brihan Maharashtra College of Commerce (BMCC), Pune Maharashtra are : Telephone: 205654943, Phone : +91 20 3086 6200
Principal :+ 91 020 30866203 11.00 am-1.00pm (by prior appointment)
Commerce Section Senior College
Vice Principal (PGDBF Coordinator)- Dr. J.R.Lanjekar: + 91 020 30866204
CEO Exam Section, Rector (Boys Hostel)-Dr S.V.Waghmare: +91 020 30866284/71
Registrar Mr. Snajay Gosavi:
B.Com Exam Section : Mrs. Ranade : + 91 020 30866273
Administrative Office : + 91 020 30866200
Scholarship: Mr. Ovhal + 91 020 30866208
Commerce Section Junior College
Vice Principal Shri. C.N. Naikwadi : + 91 020 30866202/05
Professional Courses
Incharge BBA BBMIB PGDIB Mrs Bharati Upahye + 91 020 30866215
Incharge BCA : Mrs. Vinaya Hasamnis + 91 020 30866216
Admin Office:+ 91 020 30866216/86/25
Librarian Mrs. Bharati Koparkar + 91 020 30866210/11
Ladies Hostel Assistant Rector:+ 91 020 30866291/92


Brihan Maharashtra College of Commerce (BMCC), Pune Maharashtra runs course(s) in Arts,Commerce, Science stream(s).
BBA etc

Approval details: Brihan Maharashtra College of Commerce (BMCC) is affiliated with Savitribai Phule Pune University, Pune (Maharashtra)

Profile of Brihan Maharashtra College of Commerce (BMCC)

The College was established in 1943 by the Deccan Education Society with a view to providing enlightened leadership and trained manpower in the field of commerce and business to the country which was on the threshold of independence. Prof. D. G. Karve, a renowned economist and some time Deputy Governor, the Reserve Bank of India was the First Principal of the College. He was followed by a line of very able and dedicated principals: Prin. S. V. Kogekar, Prin. Dr. T. M. Joshi, Prin. N. A. Mavlankar, Prin. Dr. N. K. Kulkarni and Prin. Dr. C. G. Vaidya, who led the College from strength to strength in every direction. Late Shri. C. G. Agashe, the Managing Agent of the Brihan Maharashtra Sugar Syndicate Limited, was instrumental in getting a munificent donation of Rs. 2,00,000/- for the College from the Syndicate. Hence the College was named as the Brihan Maharashtra College of Commerce. BMCC celebrated its Golden Jubilee in 1993-94, when an ambitious academic project named CGA - BMTRC (C. G. Agashe Business Motivation, Training and Research Centre) was undertaken. The CGA BMTRC Building, the Nav Maharashtra Hall and the Computer Laboratory were inaugurated on 2nd August, 1998.


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Former Pune resident gets elected to legislature in Canada

Pune: An alumnus of Ness Wadia College and Brihan Maharashtra College of Commerce, Dipika Damerla won the election this month to the Ontario provincial legislature in Canada from a constituency in Mississauga, a city near Toronto.Dipika, daughter of Pune-based DVR Rao, who is a member of the Professionals Party of India, has taken her oath as a member of the provincial Parliament (MPP), which is the equivalent of member of legislative assembly in India. She is the first ever elected member in Canada to take an oath on the Gita.

Rao said that after becoming a chartered accountant, his daughter worked for Alpha Laval in Pune in the early 1990s. But later, she moved to Canada after getting married, the proud father added.Dipika has experience that counts. As senior policy advisor to the minister of economic development and trade, her focus has been bringing good jobs to Ontario during one of the worst recessions to hit the province.As part of her record, she has worked with Mississauga-based companies such as Pratt and Whitney, Novartis, Astra Zeneca and Apotex to help create more jobs and protect existing ones.

Dipika began her career as a social and political commentator for Omni TV, covering many local issues in Mississauga. Prior to her current career, she worked in corporate banking at two of Canadas largest financial institutions - the Royal Bank of Canada and the Bank of Nova Scotia.

She has run a small business in the telecommunications industry and understands that there are few things more rewarding than running a successful enterprise and creating jobs and opportunities for local communities.

Her extensive community involvement includes volunteering with the Mississauga Food Bank, founding the clothing drive Vastra Daan, chairing the India Pavilion, Carrasauga, and hosting a classical music show on the local community radio.Dipika earned her master of business administration (MBA) from the Rotman School of Business, University of Toronto.

As a working mother, Dipika understands the challenges that hard-working families face every day: the challenge of balancing work and family, of getting the best for children and of carving out a secure and stable future in the midst of so much change.

Noted economist Suresh Tendulkar passes away

Pune: One of Indias most distinguished economists, Suresh Tendulkar (70), passed away at a private hospital in the city on Tuesday morning.

He was former chairman of the Prime Ministers economic advisory council and also a former part-time chief of the National Statistical Commission.
Tendulkar, who was admitted to Prayag Hospital in Deccan Gymkhana following cardiac arrest on June 2, breathed his last around 11 am.
Chief minister Prithviraj Chavan and deputy chief minister Ajit Pawar condoled the demise of Tendulkar. His contribution in improving the countrys economy was extremely valuable. He had done commendable work in the field of poverty alleviation, said Pawar.Although based in New Delhi, Tendulkar had undergone bypass surgery at city-based Deenanath Mangeshkar Hospital and Research Centre on April 26.

His last rites were performed at Vaikunth crematorium. He is survived by wife Sumitra and daughters Jui and Sai. Renowned cartoonist Mangesh Tendulkar and deceased playwright Vijay Tendulkar were his elder brothers.
Born on February 15, 1939 in Kolhapur, Tendulkar did his BCom from the Brihan Maharashtra College of Commerce. He stood first in MA from the University of Pune. He was closely associated with city-based Gokhale Institute of Politics and Economics (GIPE) since 1962.

From September 1968 to June 1974, he was an associate professor at the planning unit of Indian Statistical Institute in New Delhi, where he taught courses on economic development, development planning and econometric applications.From July 1974 to July 1976 he worked as an economist in the Development Research Centre at the World Bank. Since February 2004, he was a member of the Centre for Development Economics, the Delhi School of Economics and the University of Delhi. He also served as a member of a panel to suggest the industrial location policy for the state of Maharashtra, and authored many papers and books.

Officiating director of GIPE, Rajas Parchure said, He was associated with GIPE for many years. He had held many refresher programmes for PhD holders, teachers and also gave his valuable advice on research projects. He was also a member of the governing body of GIPE between 1998 and 2006.

Honorary director of the Indian School of Political Economy in Pune, VS Chitre said, Tendulkar gave the recommendations to the government on various policies on logical grounds.

Pune girl courts history at 15

Pune: Fifteen-year-old Rutuja Bhosale of Pune became the youngest state tennis player ever to win the senior national tennis championship. The standard XI student from Punes Brihan Maharashtra College of Commerce (BMCC) beat Isha Lakhani 6-4, 6-3 to win the Fenesta Open National Tennis Championship in New Delhi on Saturday. Joining Rutuja was Arjun Khade, another budding player from Pune who won the boys under-18 title on the same day. Both these Lakshay-Bharat Forge and Maharashtra State Lawn Tennis Association (MSLTA) Vision players from Pune have had a good run in the hard court tennis in the country.

It is a fantastic achievement, Rutujas coach Sandeep Kirtane said on Saturday. Rutuja has become the second youngest in the country to have won the senior national title. Ratnika Batra was the youngest ever to have won the national title in 2008 at the age of 14. Senior south-paw Isha, who has been playing the game for over two decades, was the favourite on paper. But Rutuja played a strong game to outwit her more experienced opponent. She is one of the senior most players in the country. I knew the match would be tough, but I put everything into the game and concentrated on it, Rutuja said.

Kirtane said his ward had made optimum use of her strong forehand to outwit Isha. It is always difficult to play a senior player who is ranked much above you, but Rutuja prepared very well mentally, he said.

Rutujas mother, Neeta was beside herself with joy. She said on Saturday, I was always travelling with her outside Pune, but this time I was not so fortunate to see her win her first maiden senior national title on her debut.

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