Narsee Monjee College of Commerce & Economics is one of the leading college in Mumbai which is affiliated to University of Mumbai. It was established in the year 1964 by Shri Vile Parle Kelavani Mandal (SVKM), a professionally managed trust with a large number of prestigious academic institutions, under its umbrella.
The Status of NM as a minority institution for the Gujarati Linguistic Community, is a significant achievement in providing access to students from the Gujarati Speaking Community, to the most coveted college in the Commerce and Business Management Streams.
Although the College started by focusing on education to make students self-relaint and to prepare them for careers in the commerce field, it gradually extended the scope of its activities to include the moulding of the overall personality of the students. With greater competition in every walk of life it has become a necessity to prepare students to shine in all areas.
Today, Narsee Monjee College is one of the Leading Colleges in the Commerce stream in Mumbai, by assimilating to global development in education, and adopting the technology. N M College was ranked as the top college amongst commerce colleges affiliated to University of Mumbai in a survey conducted in June 2008 by AC Nielsen ORG Marg for the India Today Magazine,
The College has earned laurels in the field of academics, as well as in extra and co-curricular activities.Every year, about half the number of students in the merit list of HSC Board, are from this college. At the TYBCOM examinations, there are 5 rankers, with upto 63 per cent of the students getting a first class. Students from NM perform well not only at the college level, but also in post-graduation examinations in India and abroad, also at the corporate level. N M has a long list of distinguished alumni to prove this. Amongst the first ten rankers at the BMS Examinations conducted in Mach 2008, 4 students were from N M College.
Today, training of students in management skills such as leadership and organizational ability is provided practically by managing activities of a large number of cultural associations / clubs , and the intercollegiate festivals – “Umang”, which in its tenth year, already boasts of playing host to participants and audience of over 35,000 and “Drishti” which is in its eleventh year now. N M students excel in extra-curricular and co-curricular activities too. The literary, cultural and other associations organize events throughout the year and the college encourages students to actively participate in them. N M students have represented the college and the University at the state level and national level and have won many trophies and championships.