Vivekanand Education Society's College of Arts, Science & Commerce, Mumbai

Type: Government

Affiliated To : University of Mumbai

Established In : 1979

Email: info@vesasc.com

Website : http://www.vesasc.com

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Address: Location : Sindhi Society Chembur Mumbai 400071 INDIA Tel. : +9122 25227470, 252777 91 Fax.: +9122 25227514  

College Facilities :

  • Computer Lab
    Computer Lab
  • Library
    Library
  • Cafeteria
    Cafeteria
  • Auditorium
    Auditorium
  • Hostel
    Hostel
  • Laboratory
    Laboratory
  • Sports
    Sports

Description

The VES College of Arts, Science and Commerce (Degree College) was established in June 1979 with First Year Course in all three faculties. By now it has completed 30 years in all three faculties. The College building stands on the plot of land measuring 6000 sq. mts. & has a big playground. We offer courses leading to graduation degree in B. A., B. Com. & B. Sc. We also offer graduation in specialized subjects namely B. Sc. in Computer Science & B.Sc. in Biotechnology (Self-financing) & other self-financing degree courses namely Bachelor of Management Studies, Bachelor of Mass Media, Bachelor of Science-Information Technology & B.Com. (Banking and Insurance).

  The Institute also introduced post-graduation courses namely M.Sc. Microbiology, M.Sc. Chemistry (Organic & Analytical) by papers & M.Com (Accountancy). Our Microbiology & Chemistry departments are also recognized for enrolling students for M.Sc. by research

 

  • B.A

    Duration:- 3 Years

    Eligibility:- 10+2

    F Y B A

    1. Compulsory Papers :
      1. Foundation Course
      2. English (Communication Skills)
      3. Hindi
    2. Ancillary Group - Social Science : (three subjects)
      1. Economics Paper I : Foundation of Economic Theory.
      2. Sociology Paper I : Basic Sociological Concept & Social Institution.
      3. Psychology Paper I : General Psychology

        OR

      4. Commerce Paper I : Introduction to Commerce & Business Organisation.

        At the S. Y. Level, students have to opt the same ancillary subjects they opted at the first year. At the T. Y. level, students can specialize in any one of the ancillary Subjects they opted for at the F. Y. & S. Y. levels.

    Note : Commerce Ancillary will be allowed, if the minimum required number of students are available as per University rules.

    S. Y. B. A.

    Students have to offer 8 papers of 100 marks (Total 800 marks). The College offers the following subjects :-

    1. Foundation Course Paper - II : Science & Scientific Method, The Dynamics of Science & Technology.
    2. Any one of the following Applied Component subjects (one paper)
      1. Book-keeping & Accountancy.
      2. Investment Analysis
      3. Health Psychology.
    3. Three Ancillary Subjects (Two papers of 100 marks in each subject)
      1. Economics
        Paper II : Macroeconomics
        Paper III : Indian Economy
      2. Sociology
        Paper II : Contemporary Issues of Indian Society
        Paper III : Introduction to Social Theory
      3. Psychology
        Paper II : Social Psychology
        Paper III : Developmental Psychology

        OR
      4. Commerce
        Paper II : Business Management
        Paper III : Principles & Practice of Marketing
      The Number of seats for each of the applied, component subject is fixed. If there are more applications for a particular subject then it will be granted on the basis of merit. The subject will be offered only if the minimum Number of students is available as per University Rules.

    T. Y. B. A.

    At T. Y. B. A., the students have to offer six papers of 100 marks each (total 600 marks) from any one of the following groups :

    Group A Economics 6 papers
    Paper IV Advanced Economics Theory
    Paper V Development and Environmental Economics
    Paper VI Indian Financial System
    Paper VII Research Methodology
    Paper VIII International Economic Policy and Practice
    Paper IX Export Management

    Group B Sociology 6 papers
    Social Theory (Compulsory)
    Sociology of Agrarian Society
    Gender & Society (Applied)
    Urban Sociology
    Environment & Society
    Research Methodology (Applied Component)

    Group C Psychology 6 papers
    Paper IV Psychological testing & statistics (100 marks)
    Paper V Abnormal Psychology (100 marks)
    Paper VI Industrial and organisational Psychology (80 marks)
    Paper VII Cognitive Psychology (100 marks)
    Paper VIII Practicals in Cognitive process and psychological testing (100 marks)
    Paper IX Counselling Psychology (80 marks)

    Group D [Economics 3 papers +Commerce 3 papers]
    Economics 3 papers
    Paper IV Advanced Economics Theory
    Paper V Development and Environmental Economics
    Paper VI Indian Financial System

    Commerce 3 papers
    Paper IV Personnel Management (including human resource development)
    Paper V Fundamentals of Finance (Production Management)
    Paper VI Management of a small scale industry (applied nature related to core subject)

    N.B. Choice of the group is subject to the availability of minimum number of students in the group as prescribed by the University and on merit. At the T.Y.B.A. Level for the Applied Component group (Paper VI & IX) the students have to work on a project, which is a part of each paper. The main paper will carry 80 marks and the project Report will carry 20 marks in order to pass in each paper i.e. Paper VI & IX, a student must secure a minimum of 16 marks out of 80 in theory and minimum of 7 marks out of 20 in the project work separately and a total of 35 marks out of 100.


     

  • B.Com

    Duration:- 3 Years

    Eligibility:- 10+2

    Students have to offer Seven papers. All papers are compulsory carrying 100 marks each.

    1. Foundation Course I : (Social Awareness. Personality Development and Current Affairs)
    2. Business Communication
    3. Business Economics Paper I
    4. Environmental Studies
    5. Mathematics & Statistical Techniques
    6. Accountancy & Financial Management.
    7. Commerce Paper I : Business system and the society

    S. Y. B. Com.

    Students have to offer Six papers carrying 100 marks each

    1. Foundation Course Paper - II (Science & Scientific methods, Dynamics of Science & Technology)
    2. Business Economics Paper - II (Microeconomics)
    3. Commerce paper - II : Marketing & Finance.
    4. Business Law
    5. Accountancy and Financial Management Paper - II
    6. Applied Component : Advertising OR Investment Analysis.

    T. Y. B. Com.

    Students have to offer Seven papers carrying 100 marks each.

    1. Commerce Paper III : Management & Human Resource Development.
    2. Financial Accounting & Auditing Paper I
    3. Financial Accounting & Auditing Paper II
    4. Management Accounting
    5. Business Economics Paper III : Developmental Issues of Indian Economy.
    6. Applied Component : Psychology at work OR Computer Systems.
    7. Export Marketing Or Direct & Indirect Taxation.


     

  • B.Sc

    Duration:- 3 Years

    Eligibility:- 10+2
     

    1st Year

    Group A Chemistry (2 units) (For Bio-Technology 35 seats) 200 marks
      Microbiology (2 units) 200 marks
      Biotechnology (2 units) 200 marks
      OR  
    Group B Physics (2 units) 200 marks
      Chemistry (2 units) 200 marks
      Microbiology (2 units) (For Microbiology 60 seats) 200 marks
      OR  
    Group C Physics (2 units) 200 marks
      Mathematics (2 units) (For Computer Science 48 seats) 200 marks
      Computer Science (2 units) 200 marks
      OR  
    Group D Physics (2 units) 200 marks
      Chemistry (2 units) 200 marks
      Mathematics (2 units) 200 marks

     

     

    2nd Year

    Group A Physics (3 units) 300 marks
      Chemistry (3 units) 300 marks
         
    Group B Chemistry (3 units) 300 marks
      Microbiology (3 units) 300 marks
         
    Group C Biotechnology (3 units) 300 marks
      Chemistry (3 units) 300 marks
         
    Group D Physics (3 units) 300 marks
      Mathematics (3 units) 300 marks
         
    Group E Maths (3 units) 300 marks
      Computer Science (3 units) 300 marks

     

    3rd Year

    1 Physics 6 units 600 marks
           
    2 Chemistry 6 units 600 marks
           
    3 Microbiology 6 units 600 marks
           
    4 Computer Science 6 units 600 marks
           
    5 Biotechnology 6 units 600 marks

    Applied Component subject for the following subjects: -

    1 Electronic Instrumentation (Physics) 2 units 200 marks
           
    2 Heavy and fine Chemicals (Chemistry) 2 units 200 marks
           
    3 Biotechnology (Microbiology) 2 units 200 marks
           
    4 Web Design & Technology & Dot NetTechnology (Computer Science) 2 units 200 marks
           
    5 Medical Laboratory Technology(Biotechnology) 2 units 200 marks

  • B.Sc (Computer Science)

    At the F.Y.B.Sc. level students have to offer 7 papers (Theory 60% & Practicals 40% wherever applicable) having a total of 700 marks.

    NOTE: Group and Subject choice is according to merit.(aggregate of H.S.C. Marks) In addition to the compulsory paper of Foundation course Paper - I (Social awareness, Personality Development and Communication Skills) of 100 marks a student must choose ONE of the following group of subjects offered by the college :-

    Group A Chemistry (2 units) (For Bio-Technology 35 seats) 200 marks
      Microbiology (2 units) 200 marks
      Biotechnology (2 units) 200 marks
      OR  
    Group B Physics (2 units) 200 marks
      Chemistry (2 units) 200 marks
      Microbiology (2 units) (For Microbiology 60 seats) 200 marks
      OR  
    Group C Physics (2 units) 200 marks
      Mathematics (2 units) (For Computer Science 48 seats) 200 marks
      Computer Science (2 units) 200 marks
      OR  
    Group D Physics (2 units) 200 marks
      Chemistry (2 units) 200 marks
      Mathematics (2 units) 200 marks
         

    Documents Required for Admission :

    Students should bring the following documents in original along with duly attested photocopies for verification at the time of admission:

       
    1. .
      1. Original Mark sheet of H.S.C., two xerox copies of Mark sheet and one xerox copy of Leaving Certificate (LC) for F.Y. admission.
      2. Original Mark sheet of First Year along with one xerox copy for S.Y. admission.
      3. Original Mark sheet of First Year & Second Year along with one xerox copy each for T.Y. admission.
      4. For new admission at S.Y. / T.Y.— NOC with enrolment details to be produced from the previous college.
      5. One recent Passport size photography taken with light coloured dress for all classes.
    2. Caste Certificates (if applicable)
    3. Documentary evidence regarding special category status
    4. Eligibility Certificate (students coming from other than Maharashtra Board and Maharashtra Technical Board)
    5. Physically handicapped candidates should produce the relevant certificate from competent authority.

    In case the original mark sheet of H.S.C. has been submitted for admission to any college, a certificate to that effect, signed by the Principal of the College must be produced.

    NOTE: Group and Subject choice is according to merit.
    In addition to the compulsory paper of Foundation course Paper - I (Social awareness, Personality Development and Communication Skills) of 100 marks a student must choose ONE of the following group of subjects offered by the college:

    S. Y. B. Sc.

    At the S.Y.B.Sc. level students have to offer 7 papers (Theory 60% & Practicals 40% wherever applicable) having a total of 700 marks. In addition to the compulsory paper of Foundation Course Paper - II. (Elements of Social and Economic Life in India.) a student must choose any one of the following groups offered by the college :-

    Group A Physics (3 units) 300 marks
      Chemistry (3 units) 300 marks
         
    Group B Chemistry (3 units) 300 marks
      Microbiology (3 units) 300 marks
         
    Group C Biotechnology (3 units) 300 marks
      Chemistry (3 units) 300 marks
         
    Group D Physics (3 units) 300 marks
      Mathematics (3 units) 300 marks
         
    Group E Maths (3 units) 300 marks
      Computer Science (3 units) 300 marks

    T. Y. B. Sc.

    Students have to choose one of the following subjects, which they have offered at F. Y. & S. Y. levels.

    1 Physics 6 units 600 marks
           
    2 Chemistry 6 units 600 marks
           
    3 Microbiology 6 units 600 marks
           
    4 Computer Science 6 units 600 marks
           
    5 Biotechnology 6 units 600 marks

    Applied Component subject for the following subjects: -

    1 Electronic Instrumentation (Physics) 2 units 200 marks
           
    2 Heavy and fine Chemicals (Chemistry) 2 units 200 marks
           
    3 Biotechnology (Microbiology) 2 units 200 marks
           
    4 Web Design & Technology & Dot NetTechnology (Computer Science) 2 units 200 marks
           
    5 Medical Laboratory Technology(Biotechnology) 2 units 2

  • Bachelor of Management Studies (B.M.S)

    Duration:- 3 Years

    Eligibility:- 10+2

    Eligibility :

    1. Secured Minimum 45% marks at the H.S.C. Examination of Maharashtra State Board of Secondary & Higher Secondary Education Pune, or its equivalent for the General Category (at First attempt) and Minimum 40% marks for the reserved category (at First attempt).
    2. Students passing Diploma in Administration Services (Commercial and Secretarial Practices) conducted by Premila Vithaldas Polytechnic , S.N.D.T. Women's University are eligible for admission to F.Y.B.M.S.
    3. A candidate for being eligible for admission to the B.M.S. degree course shall have passed XIIth Std. Examination of the Maharashtra Board of Higher Secondary Education or its equivalent examination or Diploma in any engineering branches with two years or three years of four years duration after the S.S.C. conducted by the Board of Technical Education, Mahrashtra States or equivalent examination.

    Bachelor of Management Studies (B.M.S.) :
    The B.M.S. course shall be a full time course. The duration of the course shall be six semesters spread over three years.

     

    Documents Required for Admission:-

    Students should bring the following documents in original along with duly attested photocopies for verification at the time of admission:-

      1. Original Mark sheet of H.S.C., two xerox copies of Mark sheet and one zerox copy of Leaving Certificate (LC) for F.Y. admission.
      2. Original Mark sheet of Semester I & II along with one xerox copy each for S.Y. admission.
      3. Original Mark sheet of Semester I, II, III & IV along with one xerox copy each for T.Y. admission.
      4. For new admission at S.Y. / T.Y.- NOC with enrolment details to be produced from the previous college.
      5. One recent Passport size photography taken with light coloured dress for all classes.
    1. Caste Certificates (if applicable)
    2. Caste Validity Certificate
    3. Documentary evidence regarding special category status
    4. Eligibility Certificate (issued by University) for students coming from other than Maharashtra Board and Maharashtra Technical Board)
    5. Physically Challenged candidates should produce the relevant certificate from competent authority.

      In case the original mark sheet of H.S.C. has been submitted for admission to any college, a certificate to that effect, signed by the Principal of the College must be produced.

       

    R.4162 (i) The scheme of the modules shall be as follows :-

    FIRST YEAR B.M.S.
    Semester I Semester II
    1:1Foundations of Human Skills
    1:2 Introduction to Financial Accounts
    1:3 Business Law
    1:4 Business Statistics
    1:5 Business Communication
    1:6 Principles of Management
    2:1 Business Environment
    2:2 Industrial Law
    2:3 Computer Applications in Business
    2:4 Managerial Economics - I
    2:5 Business Mathematics
    2:6 Introduction to Cost Accounting
    2:7 Environmental Management
    SECOND YEAR B.M.S.
    Semester III Semester IV
    3:1 Management Accounting
    3:2 Managerial Economics - II
    3:3 Marketing Management
    3:4 Business Aspects in Banking & Insurance
    3:5 Production Management & Materials Management
    3:6 Strategic Management
    4:1 Productivity and Quality Management
    4:2 Direct & Indirect Taxes
    4:3 Export Import Procedure & Documentation
    4:4 Cooperatives & Rural Markets
    4:5 Research Methods in Business
    4:6 Public Relations Management
    THIRD YEAR B.M.S.
    Semester V Semester VI
    5:1 Human Resource Management
    5:2 Indian Management - Thoughts and Practices
    5:3 Financial Management
    5:4 Operations Research
    5:5 International Marketing
    5:6 Elective I
    Special Studies in Marketing
    OR
    Special Studies in Finance
    OR
    E-Commerce

    6:1 Entrepreneurship & Management of Small & Medium Enterprises
    6:2 Elements of Logistics & Supply Chain Management
    6:3 Service Sector Management
    6:4 Business Ethics & Corporate Social Responsibility
    6:5 International Finance
    6:6 Elective II
    Retail Management
    OR
    Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management
    OR
    Econometrics


     

  • Bachelor of Mass Media (B.M.M.)

    Eligibility : A candidate for being eligible for admission to the Degree Course in Bachelor of Mass Media shall have passed XII Std. Examination of the Maharashtra Board of Higher Secondary Education or its equivalent, from the Science, Arts or Commerce Stream.

    Documents Required for Admission :

    Students should bring the following documents in original along with duly attested photocopies for verification at the time of admission :

       
    1. .
      1. Original Mark sheet of H.S.C., two xerox copies of Mark sheet and one zerox copy of Leaving Certificate (LC) for F.Y. admission.
      2. Original Mark sheet of Semester I & II along with one xerox copy each for S.Y. admission.
      3. Original Mark sheet of Semester I, II, III & IV along with one xerox copy each for T.Y. admission.
      4. One recent Passport size photography taken with light coloured dress for all classes.
    2. Caste Certificates (if applicable)
    3. Caste Validity Certificate
    4. Documentary evidence regarding special category status
    5. Eligibility Certificate (students coming from other than Maharashtra Board and Maharashtra Technical Board)
    6. Physically handicapped candidates should produce the relevant certificate from competent authority.
    In case the original mark sheet of H.S.C. has been submitted for admission to any college, a certificate to that effect, signed by the Principal of the College must be produced.

    Bachelor of Mass Media (B.M.M.) Faculty :

    R. 4291 : The scheme of the modules shall be as follows :

    FIRST YEAR
    Semester I Semester II
    • Effective Communication Skills - I
    • Fundamentals of Mass Communication
    • Introduction to Computers
    • Introduction to 20th Century World History
    • Introduction to Sociology
    • Economics
    • Effective Communication Skills - II
    • Political Concepts and Indian Political System
    • Principles of Marketing
    • Introduction to Psychology
    • Principles of Management
    • Introduction to Literature in English
    SECOND YEAR
    Semester III Semester IV
    • Introduction Creative Writing
    • Introduction Culture Studies
    • Introduction to Public Relations
    • Introduction to Media Studies
    • Understanding Cinema
    • Advanced Computers
    • Introduction to Advertising
    • Introduction to Journalism
    • Print Production and Photography
    • Radio and Television
    • Mass Media Research
    • Organisational Behaviour
    THIRD YEAR
    Semester V (Advertising) Semester V (Journalism)
    • Advertising in Contemporary Society
    • Copywriting
    • Advertising Design
    • Consumer Behaviour
    • Media Planning and Buying
    • Brand Building
    • Reporting
    • Editing
    • Feature and Opinion
    • Journalism and Public Opinion
    • Indian Regional Journalism
    • Niche and Magazine Journalism - I
    Semester VI (Advertising)
    Semester VI (Journalism)
    • Advertising and Marketing Research
    • Legal Environment and Advertising Ethics
    • Financial Management for Marketing and Advertising
    • Agency Management
    • The Principles and Practice of Direct Marketing
    • Contemporary Issues
    • Press Laws and Ethics
    • Broadcast Journalism
    • Niche Journalism - II
    • Internet and Issues in Global Media
    • News Media Management
    • Contemporary Issues

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