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Garware College of Commerce (GCC), Pune (Poona), Maharashtra


Garware College of Commerce (GCC), Pune (Poona), Maharashtra
Address:Karve Road
Pune (Poona) (District Pune (Poona))
Maharashtra, India

Garware College of Commerce (GCC), Pune (Poona) Maharashtra is a recognised institute / college. Garware College of Commerce (GCC), Pune (Poona) Maharashtra was established on / in 1967.

Garware College of Commerce (GCC) 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.

Fax # of Garware College of Commerce (GCC), Pune (Poona) Maharashtra is +91-20-25441629, 020-3440721.

Contact Details of Garware College of Commerce (GCC), Pune (Poona) Maharashtra are : Telephone: +91-20-25441629
Telephone: 5440311


Garware College of Commerce (GCC), Pune (Poona) Maharashtra runs course(s) in Commerce, Degree stream(s).

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


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Garware College of Commerce, Pune, Maharashtra state is a private co-educational aided institution which was established in the year 1967. It is permanently affiliated to University of Pune and is recognized under section 2f and 12 B of the UGC Act. The college was sponsored by the Maharashtra Education Society (formerly, the Poona Native Institution Association, 1887). The aims and objects of the Society are 'to impart to the younger generation of this country and particularly to the in habitants of the Maharashtra State, efficient pre-primary, primary, secondary and college education, embodying a literary, scientific, technical commercial and industrial training and the training of teachers, in any or all the stages, by the establishment at Poona and other places of the Maharashtra State, of pre-primary schools, primary schools, secondary schools, colleges and other institutions'.

The Maharashtra Education Society is presently managing 28 other educational institutions imparting primary, secondary and college education, most of them are located in and around Pune.

The College is named in honour of Late Shri.Abasaheb Garware a leading industrialist of Pune, who donated substantial amount to the educational activities of the Society.

The college is located on 8 acres of land belonging to the Maharashtra Education Society. Abasaheb Garware College of Arts and Science of the Society is also located on this campus. The two colleges share facilities like play grounds, canteen, hostels located on the campus.

The college is offering Under Graduate and Post Graduate degree programmes in Commerce. At Under Graduate level the college is offering two vocational courses Computer and Taxation as part of B.Com. degree programme on self financing basis.

The total student strength at Under Graduate level is 1786 (943 boys and 843 girls) and at Post Graduate level it is 120 (85 boys and 35 girls).

The College also has a Junior Wing (10+2) located on its premises with nearly 700 students on rolls. The timings of the college are 7.15 A.M. to 11.30 A.M. for II and III year B.Com. and M.Com., 12 noon to 4.30 P.M. for the I year B.Com. and Jr. wing of the college. The Medium of instruction is English.

There are 26 permanent teachers including one Librarian and one Physical Director, all under grant-in-aid and receiving U.G.C. scale of pay. Five teachers are working as part time/ on clock hour basis and are paid out of grants received from the government. Nine part-time teachers/ on clock hour basis teachers are paid out of self finance programmes.

The administration and other supporting staff consists of 27 including 5 class IV employees all under grant-in-aid. Four class IV employees and one class III employee are working on temporary basis and are paid out of the self-finance programmes of the college.

Garware College of Commerce volunteered to be assessed by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) and conducted the preliminary self-study and submitted the self-study report to NAAC. A Peer Team was constituted by the Council to visit the institution and validate the self-study report. The Peer Team consisting of Prof.V.Ramakistayya, former Vice Chancellor, Osmania University, Hyderabad, as Chairman and Prin. Thankachan K.J, Principal, Shri G.H.Gosrani Commerce and Shri D.D. Nagda BBA College, Jamnagar, Gujarat as Member-Convener, visited the institution for two days, 5th and 6th January 2004.

The Peer team perused and analyzed the self-study report submitted by the institution. During institutional visit the team went through all the relevant documents, visited the departmental facilities and interacted with various constituents of the institution. The academic, co-curricular, extra-curricular, sports and extension facilities of the institution were visited. The Peer Team also interacted with the Management, Principal, Faculty, Non-teaching Staff, Students, Parents and Alumni/Alumne of the institution. Based on the above exercise and keeping in mind the criteria identified by NAAC, the Peer Team presents below the assessment of the institution under various criteria, the commendable features of the institution as well as the issues of concern.

Criterion I - Curricular Aspects
In order to give maximum flexibility to the students to select a programme of their option. The college offers One Under Graduate programme under the faculty of commerce with three different areas of specialization such as B.Com. with specialization in general subjects, B.Com. with UGC Vocational Computers, B.Com. with UGC Vocational Taxation, Post Graduate programme of M.Com. and Self financing courses as e-commerce and certificate course in Central Excise. Thus the college ensures maximum academic performance helping the students acquiring knowledge and skill in the right and most suitable way.

The college follows the syllabus prescribed by the University for Commerce faculty at the UG and PG level as it is affiliated to the University of Pune. The college adopts annual system for all the courses.

It takes one year to the college to commence a new programme under the current affiliating system.

For overall development of the personality of students, various committees of the college organize various curricular as well as co-curricular activities and extra curricular activities like debate, quiz competition, group discussion, cultural programmes etc.

Social Awareness and Social Commitment among the students are inculcated by various social and educational activities of NCC, NSS and Vidyartini Manch.

Criterion II - Teaching, Learning and Evaluation
The college follows a transparent admission procedure and the students are admitted to various courses on the basis of their academic records and the prevailing reservation policy of the Government . The students of B.Com. with vocational courses have to undergo an entrance test also.

The college has a mechanism to monitor the overall performance of the students through terminal examinations. Industrial visits, guest lectures, laboratory activities, project works, work shops are arranged for the students to supplement the class room lecture in order to increase the practical knowledge of the students on the subjects.

The overall performance of the students is also monitored by the innovative methods like progress report, resubmission of answer book by failures, Diagnostic Tests and Evaluation of Teachers, Principal and Vice Principals by students. Teachers on probations are confirmed only after their performance is assessed by the Vice Principals.

The Teaching-Learning process is well oriented towards the enhancement of knowledge. The teaching process is based on a unitized syllabus for which a teaching plan is prepared at the beginning of the year. Follow-up of the teaching plan is done by the respective department heads through discussions periodically. Examinations are conducted in each term. The students are informed about the evaluation methods at the beginning of the year. By this planned teaching schedule the teachers ensure systematic and effective implementation of the syllabus. The college also arranges for Entrepreneurial Development Programmes for students. The college makes extensive use of Audio-Visuals and other teaching aids to supplement the class room teaching.

The functioning of Students' Study Circle for students and the Open Book Examination are some of the innovations of the college. Students made the commerce laboratory beautiful with different type of charts.

The college has a standard statutory mechanism for evaluating the performance of the teachers. The college has an open and participative mechanism of evaluation of teaching and work satisfaction of the faculty and other staff members through the students' feedback and exit interviews.

The college believes that the development of faculty is as important as the development of the students and hence the teachers are encouraged to improve their professional expertise by participating in refresher courses, orientation courses, seminars, workshops, national and international conferences. Some of the teachers of this college are honored by outside organizations by Ideal Teacher and Best teacher awards for their outstanding performance.

The college has also conducted state level refresher course for teachers in association with University of Pune. The college conducted two state level seminars for teachers. Teachers of this college are participating in various committees and bodies of the University. The Principal of this college is recently elected as the National President of All India Association of College Principals and he is also a member of the Senate of University of Pune. The college has higher percentage of passing at graduation level. The performance of the college is appreciated by India Today.

The recruitment of the faculty is carried out by a duly constituted selection committee and by following standard selection procedure. Candidates with proper qualification are appointed as per the guidelines of the university.

Teachers are the chief motivating factors in the life of a student. Realizing this fact the teachers of this college guide and support the students in curricular and co-curricular activities. Outstanding students in academic and non-academic fields are honored by the college by giving away awards in a common platform in order to give a moral boost to the excellence.

It is also worth mentioning here that for the benefit of the students and the staff, the college has established its linkages with organizations at the local level.

Criterion III - Research, Consultancy and Extension
Out of 29 teachers of this college sizeable number of teachers are engaged in research activities. The college inculcates research culture among the students by encouraging them to conduct economic and market surveys and its subsequent analysis.

The college has appointed a designated person in charge of extension activities other than N.S.S and N.C.C. officers. The achievements made by N.S.S. and N.C.C. are worth mentioning.

The college carries out extension activities in the areas of community development programmes, social work, health and hygiene activities, blood donation camps, AIDS awareness campaigns, environment awareness programmes, Adult Education and Literacy, Medical Camps etc. in order to develop civic consciousness among the students and fulfill their responsibility towards society. The college gives enough incentives to the staff members for their active participation in the extension activities. The activities of N.S.S. in the adopted villages are appreciable specially the rural library set up by the N.S.S. volunteers and literacy programmes .

Many extension programmes like Rural Development Activities and other social activities for the benefit of the local public have already been organised by the college in collaboration with NGO's and GO's. The participation of the teachers and the students are noteworthy in this regard.

Criterion IV - Infrastructure and Learning Resources
The college is situated in an area of 08 acres (shared by the sister institution also) with an urban setting and has different buildings. It has infrastructural facilities to run the educational programmes and administrative work. The students of the college are provided with the hostel facilities on a shared basis by the parent body. About 20 Boys and 23 Girls are provided with hostel facility. Additional Gymkhana facility by way of Shakti Gymnasium of the Society is given to the students at concessional rate. The College has got a play ground on shared basis for different outdoor games. It has also a facility for indoor game. Students are provided with open vehicle parking area on subsidised charges. Apart from this parent body also provides canteen facility to the students.

The College has a partially computerized central library having about 36,000 books with a major proportion of reference books and 41 journals & periodicals and 10 news papers. The library which works daily from 8 am to 4 pm in normal course and the night reading hall is open from 9 am to 11 pm during the examination time. The library is equipped with Reprography, Computers, VCR, Audio and Video Cassettes, CDs, Television set, Slide Projector, OHP, Lingua Phones, Gramophone and internet facility. The reading room of the library needs to have more space to accommodate the number of students visiting library. The college also maintains book bank scheme to help the weaker sections of the students.

The college has obtained the institutional membership of the reputed libraries like British Council, American Centre for information and Mahratta Chambers of Commerce, Industries and Agriculture. The library has a novel scheme like issuing of additional library cards for advanced learners, organizing book exhibitions and forming library users groups of students.

The entire infrastructure facility is utilized to the maximum by the college by providing the use of infrastructure to various Government Departments and social organisations for conducting examinations and general meetings, Cultural functions etc.

The college has a computer laboratory with 27 computers all are connected with LAN. This laboratory is utilized maximum by working 9 hours in a day.

The college has mechanisms for maintaining the infrastructure. The computer and other equipments of the college are maintained by experts as and when needed .

The college has given special emphasis to sports and games. It provides Gymkhana facilities with wide variety of equipments and has a wide range of sports equipment. The college encourages the students to participate in Local, University and National sports meets and the winning talents are recognized by giving away awards. Some of the students of this college brought laurels to the college by participating the international games like Asian Games, Junior World Cup Tournaments etc. One of the students of this college has won the prestigious Arjuna Award. All these show the spirit generated by the college in the field of sports and games.

Criterion V - Students Support and Progression
The college has sufficient support services. The college provides financial aid in the form of scholarships from Central Govt., State Govt., other external Institutions to the deserved category of students.

The college makes the admission procedure transparent by publishing a prospects annually which contains information about the college, parent Institution, admission procedure, structure of fees, structure of the courses, facilities provided to the students, students' welfare schemes, co-curricular and extra-curricular activities, rules of discipline, academic calendar, progress report etc.

Some active members of Alumni Association have started a 'Learning Center' in the college to help the external students appearing for B.Com. and M.Com. degree examinations. They have also sponsored a state level competition organized by the college. Students participating in cultural activities have brought laurels to the college by winning awards in One Act Play competition held at state level.

The college has deputed a designated staff member for career guidance to the students to keep them aware of the job opportunities in time and to make them prepared.

The College organizes campus interviews by the industries from the surrounding areas and short list the successful students. Some students of this college have been absorbed by the industry during the last few years. Besides this, informal guidance is given to the students as and when they approach.

It is also worth noting that ex-students of this college hold prominent positions in the field of politics, arts and literature, science and technology, education, sports etc. The Alumni Association which runs since last year is planning to organize student support activities.

The college provides for the financial and intellectual support to the students through Vidyarthini Manch & Students' Welfare Committees, Meditation Camps, Financial aids to the weaker sections of the students etc.

The over all development of the personality of the students is taken care of by conducting arts, cultural, literary competitions by various clubs and associations of this college.

The college publishes Wall paper -'Ninad'- periodically and a magazine - 'Shrilekha'- annually in order to promote the literary aptitude of the students.

Criterion VI - Organisation and Management
The Governing Body of the college has set up a College Advisory Committee for taking care of the functioning of the college. The statutory Local Management Committee comprises representatives of parent institution - Maharashtra Education Society, local members nominated by the parent body, Principal, three elected representatives of teachers, one elected representative of administrative staff monitors overall functioning of the college. However, internal co-ordination and monitoring are carried out by the committees of teachers and students appointed at the beginning of each year.

The curricular as well as co-curricular activities and extra curricular activities of the college are carried out by different committees. Administrative decentralization with respect to curricular and co-curricular activities can be seen in the functioning of the college.

The college has developed a mechanism for checking the work efficiency of the non-teaching staff by the way of an administrative calendar for every year and Annual Self Appraisal Reports. Besides this, the college conducts professional development programmes and in-house training programmes for the non teaching staff.

The college plans all curricular and co-curricular activities by preparing an Academic Calendar by a duly constituted committee at the beginning of every academic year.

The college has a Grievance Redressal Mechanism for the staff members and students. The college has a standard statutory internal audit mechanism as per the rules of Maharashtra Government and the UGC.

The college provides financial assistance to teaching and non-teaching staff. Apart from General Provident Fund and Gratuity, the staff members are benefited from Staff Welfare Fund, Member Assistance Scheme, loan facility from Employee Co-Operative Credit Societies and other agencies.

Confidential reports of the administrative staff are maintained. The college has a mechanism for quick disposal of pension and medical reimbursement cases of employees. Financial transparency is achieved by transferring the scholarship amounts directly to individual bank accounts of the backward class students.

The fee structure of the college is transparent which is communicated to the students well in advance through the prospectus. The college has set up different welfare programmes for the benefit of the students like Earn & Learn Scheme, Poor Boys Fund Scheme, Accident Insurance Policy, Concession in fees given to children of employees of Maharashtra Education Society, Students' Insurance Scheme. Besides this, benefits of State and Central Govt. Scholarships as well as internal scholarship schemes are extended to many students of this college.

The office automation helps the college maintain the administrative efficiency in carrying out many of the office functions.

Criterion VII - Healthy Practices
The college has developed several healthy practices which are contributing for achieving the goals and objectives of the institution.

The college has a mechanism for internal quality checks in administrative as well as academic areas.

The college has established industrial linkages at the local level and the management of the college is quite supportive in this regard.

The college is in the process of strengthening its academic programmes by starting some self financing courses.

The college is inculcating a sense of social responsibility and civic sense among its students through NSS activities and other community orientation programmes. It is also organisng cultural meets, competitions etc. for promoting the spirit of unity and integrity among its students.

The college is promoting all round personality development of its students by organizing co-curricular, extra-curricular, sports and games events and also by arranging guest lectures of eminent persons.

Through its various committees and associations the college is promoting a work culture which enables the students to work independently as well as in team.

In case there is a delay in receiving grants from the government, the Society advances funds to the college for payment of salaries on the due dates.

Garware College of Commerce during the last 36 years of its existence played an important role in spreading commerce education in and around Pune. Many of its past students are in professions like chartered accountancy, cost accountancy, legal practice, government service, independent business, etc. On the academic side, the students of the college are doing well by securing high percentages of passes. In the field of co curricular, extra curricular and games and sports activities the college is extending support to the students, thereby contributing to the all round personality development of the students. The performance of NCC unit of the college is good. A good number of its cadets have qualified for 'C' certificate and some of them have obtained 'A+' in 'C' certificate. Three cadets of this college participated in republic day parade last year, and one of them was awarded Gold medal. This year also two cadets have qualified for participation in republic day parade. Some of the NCC cadets of this college joined Defense Services and it is a matter of pride to the college that one of its ex-students who joined Defense Services participated in the Kargil War.

The College is also playing an important role an empowering the rural youth. The Peer Team is informed that nearly 20% of the college students belong to rural areas.

While appreciating the good work the college has been doing, the Peer Team would like to draw its attention to the following areas of concern.

The college premises are under great pressure. While optimum utilization of infrastructure and other facilities in a country like India is good, over utilization creates many administrative and academic problems. At present the two colleges both having senior and junior wings located on the campus have about 6000 students on rolls. In the course of its interaction with the management, the Peer Team made a mention of this problem and the team is happy to note the management is seized of this issue. The Peer Team suggests that steps may be initiated to sort out this problem at the earliest.

The library of the college needs more space. Moreover, it is desirable that the Reading Room is located adjacent to the library. At present, the Reading Room and the Library are located at separate places.

The College may initiate steps to appoint one or two full-time teachers with regular pay scale to look after computer courses. Further the computer center needs strengthening both in terms of space and equipment. This will enable the College to bring greater computer awareness among the students. Short term Certificate Courses of various duration may be organized on self financing basis for the benefit of its students outside their class work.

While appreciating the steps being taking by the college to improve the attendance of students, the Peer Team suggests that student attendance monitoring may further be strengthened, especially among boys. All the infrastructure and the availability of well qualified teaching faculty are of no use, unless the class rooms are full of students with an eagerness to learn.

Out of 26 permanent teachers five teachers hold Ph.D. degree and nine teachers have qualified for M.Phil. degree. Two teachers have submitted dissertations for Ph.D. and three teachers have recently registered for doctoral degree. The Peer Team suggest that the college may encourage younger faculty to complete their doctoral programme within three to five years by availing facilities under Faculty Improvement Programme. The teachers may also be encouraged to apply for more minor/major research projects for which funds are available with the UGC.

The College may also examine the desirability of appointing a full-time lecturer in English Department.

It is good that the college is providing canteen facility to the students. The Peer Team suggests that the college may takes steps to provide greater accommodation to the canteen.

The career Guidance Cell needs strengthening. The cell should have separate and reasonably spacious accommodation for displaying on continuous basis employment opportunities in Central and State Governments/ Undertakings, Public Service Commissions, various sectors of private enterprises and other agencies. The Cell may also be used for creating a small library for competitive examinations and also a coaching centre for these examinations. Parents, Alumni and Alumnae in the course of their interaction with the Peer Team, mentioned the desirability of strengthening the Career Guidance and Competitive Examination centre. These steps will also lead to the strengthening of the Placement Cell.

The Peer Team is happy to know that the college is promoting job making culture among the students by offering an 'Entrepreneurship Development Course'. The team suggests that for strengthening this activity an 'Entrepreneurship Development Cell' may be established which will regularly arrange interactive seminars/sessions between students and successful business persons, industrialists and other entrepreneurs. This will eventually generate more job-making culture among the students which is the need of the hour in India. In the course of its interaction with the management the peer team discussed this issue and the team is happy to note that the Management is eager to take necessary steps in this regard.

Students aspiring to work at national and international level need good proficiency in English language communications. For this purpose the college may imitate steps to establish an English Language Communication Lab. Financial assistance from the UGC may also be sought in this regard.

Higher education in India is under close scrutiny by different sections of the Society. Its relevance to the students and the community is being questioned. It is desirable that the college taking into consideration the changing scenario in higher education prepare a vision document stretching over a period of five to seven years incorporating the strategies it would adopt to meet the emerging challenges in higher education.

The Peer Team places on record its appreciation to the institution for its cooperation during the visit.


(Prin.Thankachan K.J)


He could not clear CDS but wins Mission Army

Pune The Service Selection Board (SSB), which makes recruitments for Armed Forces, rejected him four times. Thats why the Chief of Army Staffs words we need people like you came as a surprise to citys Rohan Takalkar (25) when he met the Army chief at the felicitation function of Mission Army, a docu-reality show telecast on National Geographic channel. Takalkar has been declared the winner of the programme where five contestants competed with one another in adventurous tasks performed at various Army establishments in the country.

Joining Armed Forces has been my dream since childhood. Before giving audition for Mission Army, I appeared thrice for Combined Defence Services Examination (CDSE) and was rejected for all the three. After going through the gruelling regime at Mission Army, when I got the opportunity to meet the Chief Of Army Staff in January, he appreciated my efforts and said the Army needs youngsters like me. Inspired, I appeared for CDSE once again only to be rejected for the fourth time. I am still introspecting as to how I become a great performer in a programme that involves various Army tasks, yet does not qualify for becoming an officer, said Takalkar, a commerce graduate from Garware College.

Throughout the show, my performance was good and somewhere deep within I always felt I could be the winner of the show. And when my name was announced at the Manekshaw Centre in Delhi, I felt like being on the top of the world. I even received a trophy from the Army Chief, said Takalkar, a resident of Narayan Peth.

Though his dream to join the Indian Army remains incomplete till date, not many get to witness what Takalkar has experienced within a short span of about a month. He visited the most elite Army establishments in the country such as Indian Military Academy, Dehradun or the Commando Training School, Belgaum, Combat Aviation Training School, Nashik.
Takalkar and others got the opportunity to perform tasks that only soldiers get to do otherwise. The best experience was para-diving from 4,000 feet at CATS, Nashik. Ideally, the parachute is expected to open in three-four seconds, but in my case, it took some time, leaving my instructor spend a few tensed moments. But thankfully it opened, he said.

With the last attempt of entering the Army exhausted due to his age, Takalkar now plans to join the Territorial Army. I have appeared for the entrance exam and am waiting for further communication. I wish to continue with my business in Pune and join infantry para regiment in TA, he said.

Pune University maintains A grade status

Pune: The University of Pune has succeeded in retaining A grade status from the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC).In the 54th executive committee meeting of NAAC on Saturday, various universities and institutes were given the grades. The NAAC gives A grade to those institutes, which have a high level of academic accomplishment as expected of an institution.The UoP has retained such a high grade for the second consecutive time. Last time, the NAAC had accorded five-star status to the UoP in 2001.

In 2007, the NAAC came up with a new assessment system, in which grades instead of stars are given to institutes after the evaluation of the infrastructure and other aspects.

A 10-member NAAC team had visited the UoP from in December third week under the chairmanship of SP Thyagrajan, former vice-chancellor of University of Madras.The UoP has received 3.10 points. Institutes securing 3.01 to 4 points are considered to be very good and given A grade.Board of College and University Development director WN Gade said the UoP is extremely happy with the results of the assessments.He said although the NAAC is yet to formally communicate about the grade to the UoP, its website has already uploaded the results.Besides the UoP, Maharashtra Education Societys Garware College of Commerce, Nashik-based Gokhale Education Societys HPT Arts and RYK Science College have received the A grade.

Garware College of Commerce

The Garware College of Commerce is all set to introduce a five-year dual degree programme in collaboration with the Canada-based Douglas College (DC) from this year. The programme will allow students attain up to three-year work permit in Canada.

The Maharashtra Education Society (MES) — that started the college — has signed a frame work agreement with the college to offer various under graduate and post graduate courses. BBA graduates from the University of Pune (UoP) will also get a chance to enroll for a two-year course in BBA from DC.

Speaking about the programme, principal N S Umrani said, The dual degree programme will be an international BBA course consisting of financial services and administration. In the third year, the student will get a BBA degree from UoP. After completing the course, students will get job opportunities in Canada and a three-year work permit.

Com graduates, a one-year post graduate diploma course in Canada has been designed in subjects like professional sales, marketing, accounting, international finance and international business.

Ravindra Wanjarwadkar, president, MES, said, As part of a pilot project, students can enroll for a two-year BBA programme in DC from September 2012. These students will undergo an orientation programme at our college and complete the course in DC. Such courses are called bridge courses and will give the students an international exposure.

About 10 students will be given scholarships for the courses, five each from MES and DC. A teachers exchange programme is also on the anvil. Courses like Know India will be a part of the programme, said Wanjarwadkar....

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