S K Somaiya Degree College Of Arts, Science And Commerce
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AQAR 2013-14

AQAR 2014-15

AQAR 2015-16

AQAR 2016-17

AQAR 2017-18

SSR Third Cycle 2019

 

Click here : Undertaking for IIQA

 

ACCREDITATION DETAILS

Sr. No.

Cycle

Grade

CGPA

Year of Accreditation

Validity Period

1

1st Cycle

B++

83.00

2004

2004 – 2009

2

2nd Cycle

A

3.15

2012

2012 – 2017

 

ORGANOGRAM OF THE INSTITUTION 

         

 

POLICIES

        Computer Laboratoy Policy

        Library Manual

        Research Policy

        Sports and Gymkhana Policy

        Purchase Committee Manual

        Institutional Perspective Plan

 

CIRCULARS/ NOTIFICATIONS

  1. State government/University letter Indicating the policy of seat allocation for reserved categories for admission/student intake.

             1a  Reserved seats 2.1.3 A

             1b. Reserved seats 2.1.3 B

  1. University circular/policy regarding student grievances & anti-ragging committee

              Anti-ragging circular

  1. University Code of Conduct for students and Teachers

       Code of Professional Conduct

 

OTHER INFORMATION

       1.  Add-on courses

       2.  Mentor List

              2017 - 18

              2018 - 19

       3.  MOUs & collaborations :   

             *  University of Fraser Valley, British Columbia, Canada (student & faculty exchange)

             *  Weber State University, Weber, USA

             *   IIT, Mumbai for NPTEL courses & IIT Super resource centre

            *   KDG Technology for Information Technology related Industry based courses

            *   TCS for conducting C2C programmes

            *   WSN (World Networking Services), Mumbai

            *   eClerx Services Ltd. , Mumbai India ( Association with NASSCOM and Trainer Partner

            *   Mindmap Consultancy, Hyderabad)

            *  Brainsoft Consultancy Service Ltd., Pune

            *  Ibitions Pvt. Ltd, Mumbai

            *  ArthVidya , Banglore

 

Photos and audio-visuals of activities

1   Geotagged Photos of class rooms /seminar halls with ICT

             Media and Language Lab  

2   Faculty participation in various bodied of University

           

Criterion I - CURRICULAR ASPECTS

 

1.1.1   Qualitative Documents

 

Supportive Documents

 

1.1.2   Certificate Courses

 

Program Code

Program Name Name of the Certificate/ diploma introduced in last 5 years

CPR-01

FINANCE AND

ACCOUNTING (TCS)

CERTIFICATE COURSE IN

FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING

CPR-02

STOCK MARKET OPERATIONS

CERTIFICATE COURSE IN

STOCK MARKET OPERATIONS

CPR-03

FOREIGN LANGUAGE COURSES

CERTIFICATE COURSE IN

GERMAN, FRENCH, JAPANESE,SPANISH

CPR-04

PROFESSIONAL SKILL DEVELOPEMENT

CERTIFICATE COURSE IN

PROFESSIONAL SKILL DEVELOPEMENT

CPR-05

ANDROID BASIC

CERTIFICATE COURSE IN

ANDROID BASIC

CPR-06

CAMPUS TO CORPORATE

CERTIFICATE COURSE IN

CAMPUS TO CORPORATE

CPR-07

LAPTOP REPAIR

CERTIFICATE COURSE IN

LAPTOP REPAIR

CPR-08

NUMERICAL APTITUDE

CERTIFICATE COURSE IN

NUMERICAL APTITUDE

CPR-09

SOUND AND FILM

CERTIFICATE COURSE IN

SOUND AND FILM

CPR-10

BAP (ACCOUNTING)

CERTIFICATE COURSE IN

BAP (ACCOUNTING)

CPR-11

ETHICAL HACKING

CERTIFICATE COURSE IN

ETHICAL HACKING

CPR-12

HUMAN RIGHTS

CERTIFICATE COURSE IN

HUMAN RIGHTS

CPR-13

CSR & SUSTAINABILITY

CERTIFICATE COURSE IN

CSR & SUSTAINABILITY

CPR-14

ANDROID TO IOS DEVELOPEMENT

CERTIFICATE COURSE IN

ANDROID TO IOS DEVELOPEMENT

CPR-15

SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT & CORPORATE CULTURE

CERTIFICATE COURSE IN

SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT & CORPORATE CULTURE

CPR-16

DATA ANALYTICS

CERTIFICATE COURSE IN

DATA ANALYTICS (eskills)

 

1.1.3   Board of Studies

BOS Letters

 

1.2.1 Syllabus

1.2.1 Percentage of new courses introduced of the total number of courses across all programs offered during the last five years (10)

Name of the New course introduced in the last 5 years Program Name Course code Year of Introduction
Calculus I B.Sc(CS) USCS205 2014-15
Algebra I B.Sc(CS) USMT302 2014-15
Computer organization, Introduction to microprocessor and computer architecture B.Sc(CS) USCS101 2014-15
Fundamentals of Comp. Org. B.Sc(CS) USCS101 2015-16
Introduction to Program. using python B.Sc(CS) USCS102 2015-16
Calculus III B.Sc(CS) USMT301 2015-16
Algebra III B.Sc(CS) USMT302 2015-16
Discrete mathematics B.Sc(CS) USMT303 2015-16
Calculus and several variables B.Sc(CS) USMT401 2015-16
Algebra IV B.Sc(CS) USMT402 2015-16
Ordinary differential equations B.Sc(CS) USMT403 2015-16
Business environment BFM UFMFSI.4 2015-16
Introduction to financial system BFM UFMFSI.2 2015-16
Business Mathematics BFM UFMFSI.3 2015-16
Business communication BFM UFMFSI.4 2015-16
Environment science BFM UFMFSII.6 2015-16
Analysis of Algorithms and Researching Computing M.Sc (CS) PSCS101 2015-16
Advanced Networking Concepts M.Sc (CS) PSCS102 2015-16
Advanced Database Systems M.Sc (CS) PSCS103 2015-16
Robotics and Artificial Intelligence M.Sc (CS) PSCS104 2015-16
Advanced Operating Systems M.Sc (CS) PSCS201 2015-16
Design and implementation of Modern Compilers M.Sc (CS) PSCS202 2015-16
Elective I- Track B: Cyber and Information Security (Network Security) M.Sc (CS) PSCS 3031 2015-16
Elective I- Track A: Cloud Computing (Concepts and Design of Web services) M.Sc (CS) PSCS 3032 2015-16
Elective II - Track C:Business Intelligence and Big Data Analytics (Business Intelligence) M.Sc (CS) PSCS 3033 2015-16
Elective II - Track D: Machine Intelligence (Fundamentals of Machine Intelligence) M.Sc (CS) PSCS 3034 2015-16
Computer organization and design B.Sc(CS) USCS101 2016-17
Programming with python – I B.Sc(CS) USCS102 2016-17
Free and open source software B.Sc(CS) USCS103 2016-17
Database systems B.Sc(CS) USCS104 2016-17
Discrete mathematics B.Sc(CS) USCS105 2016-17
Descriptive statistics and Introduction to probablity B.Sc(CS) USCS106 2016-17
Soft skills development B.Sc(CS) USCS107 2016-17
Programming with C B.Sc(CS) USCS201 2016-17
Programming with Python-II B.Sc(CS) USCS202 2016-17
Linux B.Sc(CS) USCS203 2016-17
Data structures B.Sc(CS) USCS204 2016-17
Calculus B.Sc(CS) USCS205 2016-17
Statistical methods and testing of Hypothesis B.Sc(CS) USCS206 2016-17
Corporate finance BMS UBMSFSIII.6 2015-16
 Consumer behaviour BMS UBMSFSIII.7 2015-16
Strategic management BMS UBMSFSIII.8 2015-16
Recruitment selection BMS UBMSFSIII.9 2015-16
Motivation and leadership BMS UBMSFSIII.10 2015-16
Management Economics BMS UBMSFSill.11 2015-16
Principles of marketing BMS UBMSFSII.1 2015-16
Accounting for managerial decision BMS UBMSFSIII.3 2015-16
Organisational Behaviour and HRM BMS UBMSFSIII.4 2015-16
BPEM BMS UBMSFSIV.1 2015-16
BRM BMS UBMSFSIV.2 2015-16
 Direct Taxes BMS UBMSFSIV.3 2015-16
PTQM BMS UBMSFSIV.4 2015-16
Adv. Costing and Auditing BMS UBMSFSIV.5 2015-16
Equity and Debt market BMS UBMSFSIV.6 2015-16
IMC BMS UBMSFSIV.7 2015-16
Rural marketing BMS UBMSFSIV.8 2015-16
T& D BMS UBMSFSIV.9 2015-16
Change management BMS UBMSFSIV.10 2015-16
Risk management BBI UBBISFSIV.1 2017-18
Mutual fund management BBI UBBISFSIV.2 2017-18
Wealth management BBI UBBISFSIV.3 2017-18
Fc in Banking BBI UBBISFSIV.4 2017-18
Fc in insurance BBI UBBISFSIV.5 2017-18
Foundation Course I and II BBI UBIFSI.5.1 2017-18
Commodity Derivatives BFM UFMIV.03 2017-18
Organizational Behaviour BFM UFM5.4 (04) 2017-18
Technical Analysis BFM UFM5.2 (02) 2017-18
Corporate Accounting BFM  UFM5.5(05) 2017-18
Venture Capital BFM UFM6.1(01) 2017-18
Strategic Corporate Finance BFM UFM6.4 (04) 2017-18
Econometrics(Sem I) MA (Eco) PAS301 2013-14
Mathematical Economics(Sem II) MA(Eco) PAS302 2013-14
Ubiquitous Computing M.Sc (CS) PSCS301 2016-17
Social Network Analysis M.Sc (CS) PSCS302 2016-17
Elective I - Track B: Cyber and 4.Information Security- II (Cyber Forensics) M.Sc (CS) PSCS3032 2016-17
Elective I - Track A: Cloud Computing –II (Cloud Computing Technologies) M.Sc (CS) PSCS3031 2016-17
Elective II - Track C: Business Intelligence and Big Data Analytics –II (Mining Massive Data sets ) M.Sc (CS) PSCS3033 2016-17
Elective II - Track D: Machine Learning –II (Advanced Machine Learning) M.Sc (CS) PSCS3034 2016-17
Simulation and Modeling M.Sc (CS) PSCS401 2016-17
Specialization - Track A: Cloud Computing –III (Building Clouds and Services) M.Sc (CS) PSCS4021 2016-17
Specialization - Track B: Cyber and Information Security- II (Cryptography and Crypt Analysis) M.Sc (CS) PSCS4022 2016-17
Specialization - Track C: Business Intelligence and Big Data Analytics –III (Intelligent Data Analysis) M.Sc (CS) PSCS4023 2016-17
Specialization - Track D: Machine Learning –III (Computational Intelligence) M.Sc (CS) PSCS4024 2016-17
 Core Java B.Sc(CS) USCS302 2017-18
 Operating system B.Sc(CS) USCS303 2017-18
Database Management System B.Sc(CS) USCS304 2017-18
Combinatorics and Graph Theory B.Sc(CS) USCS305 2017-18
Physical computing and IoT Programming B.Sc(CS) USCS306 2017-18
Skill Development: Web Programming B.Sc(CS) USCS307 2017-18
Fundamentals of Algorithms B.Sc(CS) USCS401 2017-18
Advanced JAVA B.Sc(CS) USCS402 2017-18
 Computer Networks B.Sc(CS) USCS403 2017-18
Software Engineering B.Sc(CS) USCS404 2017-18
Linear Algebra using Python B.Sc(CS) USCS405 2017-18
 Net Technologies B.Sc(CS) USCS406 2017-18
 Android Developer Fundamentals B.Sc(CS) USCS407 2017-18
 Data Communication and networking B.Sc(CS) USCS501 2017-18
 Advanced Java Programming- I B.Sc(CS) USCS502 2017-18
 Mobile Application Development B.Sc(CS) USCS503 2017-18
 Data Management using PL/SQL- I B.Sc(CS) USCS504 2017-18
 Net Technologies B.Sc(CS) USACWD501 2017-18
Advanced Networking & Security B.Sc(CS) USCS601 2017-18
Advanced Java Programming- II B.Sc(CS) USCS602 2017-18
 Software Engineering and Testing B.Sc(CS) USCS603 2017-18
Data Management using PL/SQL- II B.Sc(CS) USCS604 2017-18
Advanced Web Technology B.Sc(CS) USACWD602 2017-18
Social science research design MA(Eco) PAS301 2017-18
Trade Union and Industry relation (Sem III) MA(Eco) PAS302 2017-18
 Industrial Economics (Sem IV) MA(Eco) PAS303 2017-18
International Finance (Sem IV) MA(Eco) PAS304 2017-18
Project (100 marks) MA(Eco) PAS305 2017-18


1.2.2 CBCS 

CBCS Letters

 

1.2.3 List of Students

1.2.3 Average percentage of students enrolled in subject related Certificate/ Diploma /Add-on programs  as against the total number of students during the last five years (10)
 
Year Total number of students enrolled in certificate or diploma or Add-on programs
2013-14 140
2014-15 217
2015-16 417
2016-17 569
2017-18 578

 

1.3.2   Value Added Courses

Value Added Courses

 

1.3.3   Internship and Field Projects

Internship and Field Projects

 

1.4.1   Feedback

Feedback 

 

1.4.2   Feedback Reports

Feedback Reports

 

Criterion II - Documents

 

2.1.1 Average percentage of students from other States and Countries during the last five years

2015-16

   Click Here

2016-17

   Click Here

2017-18

   Click Here

 

2.1.2 Average enrolment Percentage (Average of last five years) (10)

Click Here

 

2.1.3 Average percentage of seats filled  against seats reserved for various categories as per applicable  reservation policy during the last five years

Click Here

 

2.2.3 Percentage of differently abled students (Divyangjan) on rolls (current year)

Click Here

 

2.3.2 Teaching Learning Process

Click Here

 

2.4.1 & 2.4.3 

Click Here

 

2.4.2. & 3.1.2 Percentage of teachers recognised as research guides at present  (Current Year)

Click Here

 

2.4.5 : Average percentage of full time teachers from other States against sanctioned posts during the last five years(20)

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2.6.3 Average pass percentage of students (20) (current year data)

Program Code

Program Name

Number of students appeared in the final year examination

Number of students passed in final year examination

Web links

A0135 & A0136

Third Year B.A.

175

133

Click Here

C0155 & C0156

Third Year B.Com.

661

601

Click Here

 

M0155 & M0156

Third Year B.M.S.

211

203

Click Here

A0945 & A0946

Third Year B.M.M.

138

132

Click Here

 

C0455 & C0456

Third Year B.Com(Accounting& Finance)

145

132

Click Here

 

C0345 & C0346

Third Year B.Com(Banking & Insurance)

75

73

Click Here

 

C0245 & C0246

Third Year B.Com(Financial Markets)

59

52

Click here

S0135 & S0136

Third Year B.Sc.(Computer Science)

84

62

Click Here

 

S0145 & S0146

Third Year B.Sc.(Information Technology)

72

64

Click Here

 

A4833, A4834

Master of Arts(Economics)-Part-II

48

45

Click Here

 

4O00723 & 4O00724

Master of Arts(CJ) Part-II

17

13

Click Here

 

4O00623 & 4O00624

Master of Arts(EMA)- Part-II

9

8

Click Here

 

C0533, C0534

Master of Commerce(A/c) Part-II

76

72

Click Here

 

C0533, C0534

Master of Commerce(B&F) Part-II

47

44

Click Here

 

S01123 & S01124

Master of Science(CS) Part-II

26

25

Click Here

S01143 & S01144

Master of Science(IT) Part-II

45

42


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Staffing Pattern  :  2013-14 to 2016-17

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Staffing Pattern  :  2017-2018

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Criterion IV - Infrastructure and Learning Resources

 

Media Lab Recording Centre

  

 

 

Criterian V - Students Process and Progression

 

5.1.1 Average percentage of students benefited by scholarships and freeships provided by the Government during the last five years

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5.1.2 Average percentage of students benefited by scholarships, freeships, etc. provided by the institution besides government schemes during the last five years

Click Here

 

5.1.3- Capability Enhancement Schemes

Click Here

 

5.1.4 Average percentage of students benefited by guidance for competitive examinations and career counselling offered by the institution during the last five years

Click Here

 

5.1.5 Average percentage of students benefitted by Vocational Education and Training(VET) during the last five years

Click Here

 

 

5.1.6- The institution has a transparent mechanism for timely redressal of student grievances including sexual harassment and ragging cases

Click Here

 

 

5.2.1 Average percentage of placement of outgoing students during the last five years

Click Here

 

 

5.2.2 Percentage of student progression to higher education (previous graduating batch)

Click Here

 

 

5.3.1 Number of awards/medals for outstanding performance in sports/cultural activities at national/international level (award for a team event should be counted as one) during the last five years

Click Here

 

5.3.3 Average number of sports and cultural activities / competitions organised at the institution level per year

Click Here

 

Criterion VI -  Governance, Leadership and Management 

 

6.2.3 Implementation of e-governance in areas of operation
 
 
6.3.2  Average percentage of teachers provided with financial support to attend conferences / workshops and towards membership fee of professional bodies during the last five years  
 
 
6.3.3 Average number of professional development / administrative training programs organized by the Institution for teaching and non teaching staff during the last five years
 
 
6.3.4 Average percentage of teachers attending professional development programs, viz., Orientation Program, Refresher Course, Short Term Course, Faculty Development Programs during the last five years
 
 
6.4.2 Funds / Grants received from non-government bodies, individuals, philanthropers during the last five years
 
 
6.5.3 Average number of quality initiatives by IQAC per year for promoting quality culture
 
 
6.5.4 Quality assurance initiatives of the institution
 
 

Criterion VII - Institutional Values & Best Practices

 

7.1.1 Number of gender equity promotion programs organized by the institution during the last five years

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7.1.3 Alternate Energy initiatives such

Click Here

 

7.1.4 Percentage of annual lighting power requirements met through LED bulbs

Click Here

 

7.1.8 Average percentage expenditure on green initiatives and waste management excluding salary component during the last five years
 
 

 7.1.9 Differently abled (Divyangjan) friendliness

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7.1.10 Number of specific initiatives to address locational advantages and disadvantages during the last five years
 
 
 
 
7.1.11 Number of initiatives taken to engage with and contribute to local community during the last five years (Not addressed elsewhere)
 
 
 
7.1.12 Code of conduct handbook exists for students, teachers, governing body, administration including Vice Chancellor / Director / Principal /Officials and support staff
 
 
 
 

7.1.13 Display of core values in the institution and on its website

Vision and Mission    Click Here

Goals    Click Here

 
7.1.14 The institution plans and organizes appropriate activities to increase consciousness about national identities and symbols; Fundamental Duties and Rights of Indian citizens and other constitutional obligations
 
 
 
7.1.15 The institution offers a course on Human Values and professional ethics
 

 

7.1.16 The institutional functioning is as per professional code of prescribed / suggested by
statutory bodies / regulatory authorities for different professions
 
 
 
7.1.17 Number of activities conducted for promotion of universal values (Truth, Righteous conduct, Love, Non-Violence and peace); national values, human values, national integration, communal harmony and social cohesion as well as for observance of fundamental duties during the last five years
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

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