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Students Corner


SPECIAL PROGRAMS

Extra Curricular & Co-curricular:


JIMS is always committed to the society always. We encourage our students to take active participation to develop their overall skills. Hence we also conduct various extra curricular activities. Few of them are

  1. Corporate Week :

MBA department has organised an event called Corporate week which was Held on 15th, 16th, 17th & 18th Sep-2014 For MBA Students.

Making a successful transition from campus to corporate is the most exciting and phenomenal step in one’s life and that should be handled with utmost care was the main aim of Celebrating Corporate Week.

Some highlights of Corporate Week


  1. Prof.Rameshkumar Mehtha Industry Analysis

2 Mr.Rakesh Meshram                                                              Financial Analysis & Derivatives

3 Prof.Gorakh Wakhare                                                            Technical Analysis Markets

4Prof.Mangesh Javkhedkar                                                     Banking Sector

5 Prof.Deepali Dudhediya                                                         Business Etiquettes & Grooming

6 Prof.Manesh Palav                                                                   Brand Management

  1. Motivational Videos:

This session was organized as a part of Extra-curricular activity by JSPM’S Jayawant Institute of Management Studies, Tathawade, Pune-33 on Thursday 25th Sep 2014 at 02:00 pm to 04:40 pm. The motto of this session was basically to improve the confidence and ability to face the difficult situations in students. In this session total 5 different motivational videos were shown. Each video taught different lesson to students like How to get out from failure, never give up if any obstacles comes in the way of your success, how to set the goal, prepare the plan, and implement it actually (take action) etc. Students have attended in a very active way and enjoyed the videos.

  1. NON –FUEL COOKING Competition

To sharpen student’s grasping ability towards health and environment .It makes them aware of recent environment happenings which is very important for the management students. With this view in mind the JSPM’s JIMS organized one event on the theme “Non –Fuel Cooking Competition” on 06-Sept-2014. Through this Competition, students explored the world of healthy cooking and had opportunities to create dishes by themselves.

Cultural & Sports

Cultural: Synergy


The endeavor to promote student skills in extracurricular areas like sports, cultural events and management events, JSPM had begun the tradition of holding an Inter institute  meet. It also attracts celebrities from various disciplines. This event provides all the students with a common platform to show their talents and provides an opportunity to develop their personality and leadership. It celebrates the fusion of colors, skills and talents. The SYNERGY held every year has various events like singing, Dance, Fashion Show, Skit, Street play and many such activities to cater to everyone’s taste buds.

Sports: Team Building Exercise


The students are taken out for various outdoor excursions, where they are taught to work in teams and organize the entire allotted event. Their skills and leadership qualities are molded through such events.

Various sports indoor and outdoor events also organized like CRICKET, Volley Ball, Table Tennis, Tug of War, Basket Ball, Racing, and Poster Painting etc.

Social Initiatives

Blood Donation Camps


The students, realizing the importance of contributing to the society and creating awareness organize blood donation and work for social cause. The institute had held a Blood Donation camp for all students of JSPM and Faculty members.

Tree Plantation


Learning process is always incomplete without practical implementations. In the Tree plantation program. Students have learned many farm management lessons with actual field training.

CSR – GO GREEN – A step towards NATURE..


Date   :    16th August 2014, Saturday

Event  :    “GO GREEN- A step towards NATURE”

Venue :     Vandevi Mandir,Karve Road, Shramik Vasahat,Karve Nagar, Pune – 411052

Special Thanks to Dr. Prinyanka Singh Ma’am, Director JIMS, for supporting and encouraging the coordinators to organise this event for MBA Students.

Event Coordinator: Dr. Rasika Patil, Prof. Nilambari Moholkar, Dr. Vikas  Barbate, Prof. Deepak Pore

Our Guide:    The team of Green Hills NGO was our guide in this program. The team members were: Mr. Sanjay Aathavale, Mr.  Shivaji Bhosle, Mr. Subhash Raste, Mr. Shrirang Dedge & Mrs. Nandini Devi

Objective:

The main objective behind this program was to do an activity through which we can contribute our efforts to make this world a better place to live. So the program of Go Green came into action.

Short Description:

This program of “Go Green – A Step Towards Nature ” was a tree plantation activity held at Vandevi Mandir, Karve road which was decided by our coordinator and the team of Green Hills group. Our team consisted of 4 coordinators 2 members of supporting staff and 32 students. We started from institute at 9:30 am and reached the venue at 10: 30 am.

The Green Hills group was already there. One member of green hills group Mr Sanjay Aathvale introduced us with his team plan behind starting this NGO Green Hills Group and their objective of Go Green. He introduced us with his team which was mostly of retired person. We met a Old looking young man Mr. Shivaji Bhosle who works dedicatedly towards his passion & still working hard to change this world into and beautiful one. We were been divided in groups & we contributed a bit towards the GREEN HILLS group.

Industrial Visit

Our students visit companies as a part of the management course, during which they get insight of the internal working environment of the company. The industrial visits provide an insight on how companies work, which cannot be visualized in lectures. This academic year JSPM’s JIMS students visited Industries like:

  1. Name of Company: Katraj Milk Dairy, Katraj, Pune

Day and Date:               30th September 2014 , Tuesday

Accompanied By Faculty Members :

Prof. Vikas Barbate,  Prof. NilambariMoholkar,  Prof. Beena John

Students Participated :  MBA Ist Year students

  1. Name of Company: TATA MOTORS, JLR Plant, Pune

Day and Date:               18th Sep. 2014, Thursday

Accompanied By Faculty Members :  :    Prof. Beena Jiby & Prof. Mangesh  Javkhedkar

Students Participated :  MBA II Year students

  1. Name of Company: Inteva Product India Automotive Pvt Ltd. Chakan

Day and Date:               17th Sep. 2014, Wednesday

Accompanied By Faculty Members :  :  Mrs.Vijayshri Mehtha  , Prof.Gorakh Wakhare, Prof. Bipin Bankar

Students Participated :  MBA II & I Year students .

Discipline & Policies

Dress code and Discipline for Students:


Uniform & I Card and Formals: It is mandatory to wear Full Uniform of institute on every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.  I card to be visible is must every day. On non uniform days proper formals is must.

Following formals are recommended for non uniform days. Make the arrangement for the same.

Boys: Light Blue, White Colored full sleeves shirt with Black or Blue color trousers. Black leather shoes and decent tie is must. No jeans will be allowed. No half sleeves shirt will be allowed.

Girls: Western outfit. Trousers with top.  Black leather shoes.

  1. 2. Attendance and Punctuality: 75 % attendance is mandatory for all the subjects. The lecture timings will be from 8.30 am to 4.30 pm. Attendance from first lecture till last lecture is must. Be punctual and regular for the lectures.  Attendance for seminars and guest lecturers is must. Criteria for selecting the students for industrial visit is attendance. If by any genuine reason you are not able to attend the lecture communicate the same to your HOD and GFM. Only genuine reason will be entertained.
  2. Utilizing free time: Properly utilize the free time. Whenever you get free time sit in library or computer lab. Don’t stand in the corridor or sit on the steps unnecessarily.
  3. Studies and submissions: Study on regular basis. Put your sincere efforts. Submit the assignments for respective subjects on time. Don’t keep work assigned pending.
  4. DTE Documents and Fees: Properly plan the submission of your necessary documents for DTE purpose as well paying your all fees in stipulated time. Its must to avoid last moment pressures.

Overall Policies of Discipline


General 

1.1 Students studying in college, if found indulging in anti-national activities contrary to the provisions of Acts and Laws enforced by Government or in any activity contrary to the rules of discipline, will be liable to be expelled from the college without any notice by the Principal of the college

  1. Action against ragging

The Maharashtra prohibition of Ragging Act 1999 which is in effect from 15th May 1999 whose provisions are explained in brief below is applicable to all the students.

Ragging within or outside of any educational institution is strictly Prohibited.

Whosoever directly or indirectly commits, participates in, abets or propagates ragging within or outside any educational institution shall, on conviction, be punished, as per the provision of the Act.

Any student convicted of an offence of ragging shall be dismissed from the educational institution and such student shall not be admitted to any other educational institution for a period of five years from the date of order of such dismissal.

  1. Common Off / Absence

Remaining absent from the institute without prior permission of the authority is strictly prohibited.

The students involved in common off are liable to heavy fine, and punishment decided by the Institute from time to time.

The students involved in common off or having less attendance in class shall be expelled from the hostel. The authorities will lose sympathy towards such students.

If a student is required to remain absent for a period of 5 days or more for an essential reason, he/she is required to apply to the class teacher/head of the department and take prior permission.

Decision about the absence of the student for genuine reasons is reserved with the Head of the Department (HOD).

  1. Behavior

The students are required to move silently through the corridors without disturbing the nearby classes and practicals.

Nobody should sit on the corridor walls.

Give way to teachers, staff and visitors while moving in the corridors, on the staircases and other places in the campus.

Behave in such a manner that suits a cultured professional

  1. Uniform

All the students are required to wear the college uniform on Monday and Thursday

  1. Seeking Guidance

6.1 In case of hostel related problems, the student is required to contact the concerned warden, rector first. For any additional help, he/she should  contact the GFM, class teacher and HOD.

6.2 For any study related matters the student is required to contact the subject teacher first.

6.3 For any other personal grievances/ problems feel free to first contact GFM and then HOD. Do not keep your worries only with you, but share it with your friends, teachers, staff and Director,  Students’ Welfare (DSW).

6.4 For any specific problem the student can contact the Director, Students’ Welfare (DSW) to seek the guidance.

  1. General Awareness

7.1 To use Water and Electricity economically in the institute/hostel.

7.2 To Switch off the light, fan , computers, equipments while going out of the room/ lab.

7.3 To carry the identity card and produce on demand.

7.4  Not to use vehicles to move within the campus as it creates sound and air pollution. It is very simple and possible to avoid this pollution by not using the vehicles to move from one building to another.

7.5 Not to write on benches, walls or doors.

7.6 To throw the garbage only in the dustbins.

7.7 To keep our campus neat and clean for all of us to stay.

  1. Habits

8.1 Smoking/chewing tobacco, spitting and drinking alcohol are strictly prohibited in hostel building and premises. Hence, if anybody is found indulging in these activities, case will be charged as per the IPC rules and a strict action will be taken.

9.Misbehavior

9.1 If anybody is found in infringement of security guard instructions, misbehaving with the faculty or staff of the college, misbehaving in the hostel premises or college premises, on road and doing unfair means, which will damage the image of the college, is liable for the punishment.

  1. Disciplinary action

10.1 Constitution of the Discipline Committee (DC) :

Discipline Committee shall normally consist of

  1. Head of the concerned department
  2. Gurdian Faculty Member
  3. One faculty from the concerned department

10.2 The student should strictly obey the rules and regulations given above. Violation of any of the above rules by the students shall be dealt with disciplinary action to the extent of even expelling him from the college and /or hostel. The decision of Discipline Committee (DC) shall be final and binding for the student and his parents.

10.3 In case of severe and serious matters, if required, a separate Discipline Committee may be formed by the DSW and the Director , depending on the nature of the matter.

Anti Ragging

PREVENTION & PROHIBITION OF RAGGING IN INSTITUTE & ITS PREMISES

MAHARASHTRA PROHIBITION OF RAGGING ACT-1999

Ragging within or outside of institute is prohibited as per the Act.

Whoever directly or indirectly commits, participates in, abets or propagates ragging within or outside any education institution shall, on conviction, be punished with imprisonment for a term which may extend to two years and shall also be liable to a fine which may extend to ten thousand rupees.

Actions to be taken against students for indulging and abetting in Ragging in institution:-

Depending upon the nature and gravity of the offence as established by the Anti-Ragging Committee of the institution, the possible punishments for those found guilty of ragging at the institution level shall be any one or any combination of the following.

(i) Cancellation of admission

(ii) Suspension from attending classes

(iii) Withholding/withdrawing scholarship/fellowship and other benefits

(iv) Debarring from appearing in any test/examination or other evaluation process

(v) Withholding results

(vi) Debarring from representing the institution in any regional, national or international meet, tournament, youth festival

(vii) Suspension/expulsion from the hostel

(viii) Rustication from the institution for period ranging from 1 to 4 semesters

(ix) Expulsion from the institution and consequent debarring from admission to any other institution.

(xi) Collective punishment: when the persons committing or abetting the crime of ragging are not identified, the institution shall resort to collective punishment as a deterrent to ensure community pressure on the potential raggers.

Forms of Ragging-                                                                             

To address seniors as “Sir/Madam”

To perform mass drills

To copy notes for seniors

To serve various errands

Enforcing dress codes.

Robbing juniors of money and valuables, depriving them of regular food at hostels.

To do menial (tedious) jobs for the seniors

To ask/answer vulgar questions

To look at pornographic pictures to “shock the fresher’s out of their innocence”

To strip / kiss etc

To force to drink alcohol, scalding (very hot) tea etc.

To force to do acts with sexual overtones, including homosexual acts

To force to do acts this can lead to physical injury/mental torture or DEATH

Beating the juniors black and blue anytime any senior wishes mercilessly

Helpline Number:                    Prof.Magesh Javkhedkar   –9921151122