Various schemes are successfully running under student welfare association

  1. Earn while you Learn Scheme
    1. Earn while u learn
    2. Economical support to poor and needy students
    3. Interdisciplinary working experience for better result
    4. to motivate students for self learning
    5. to make students realize work culture
Sr. No. Academic Year No. of Students Participated Total Expenditure
Boys Girls
1 2015-16 13 10 Rs. 57,660
2 2014-15 28 01 Rs. 1,18,161
3 2013-14 16 Nil Rs. 81,524
4 2012-13 12 03 Rs. 23,450
5 2011-12 13 Nil Rs. 23,800
  1. Special Coaching Scheme
    1. Students which are weak in some of the subjects are getting benefits
    2. Guest lectures from well known personalities
  2. Personality Developement Scheme
    1. To improve the communication skills and soft skills
    2. Group Discussion for leadership
    3. Managerial Abilities
    4. Concentration
  3. Book Bank Facility
  4. Student’s Counseling Cell
    1. Close interaction between students and mentor
    2. Guidance by mentor
    3. Aimed to achieve excellence in academic
Earn While Learn
Library work done by students

Student Scholarship

  • Promotion of External Scholarship schemes/strong>:

We invite various external funding agencies to introduce their respective scholarship programs, beneficial to our students.
Under this scheme we have invited Cummins India Pvt ltd to introduce their “ Cummins scholarship program” . A session on the same was held on 30th Sep 2014 at our college campus.

Some of the reference links of Scholarship:

http://momascholarship.gov.in/minority_scholarship/internalIndex.jsp

http://www.dtemaharashtra.gov.in/EBCScholarship/StaticPages/HomePage.aspx

http://socialjustice.nic.in/schemespro.php

http://www.samiti.org/donation.html

Below given is a broad idea as to the banks which are charging lowest rate of interest in a particular category. Readers are advised to check the same by clicking on the link of relevant bank from where they intend to avail the loan and  also check the websites of the following banks to ensure that they get the best deals.

 

Note:- The above rates are floating rates, and are linked to base rate. Thus, these rates are liable to be changed by bank even during the tenor of the loan.

Name of Bank Rate of Interest Remarks
Central Bank of India 10.25% – 12.25%
United Bank of India 12.25% – 13.00%
IDBI Bank 10.25% – 13.75%
Bank of Maharashtra 11.50% – 12.75%
Bank of India 12.70% – 13.20%
Dena Bank 11.80%
Canara Bank 11.70% – 12.20% Concession of 0.50% will be extended to Girl students.
Allahabad Bank 11.70 – 13.25%
Union Bank of India 11.75% – 12.00%
Punjab National Bank 12.25% – 14.25%