Narsee Monjee College of Commerce and Economics

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Narsee Monjee College of Commerce and Economics
Established 1964
President Shri Amrish Patel
Principal Prof. Sunil Mantri
Location Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
19°6′10.31″N 72°50′11.36″E / 19.1028639°N 72.8364889°E / 19.1028639; 72.8364889Coordinates: 19°6′10.31″N 72°50′11.36″E / 19.1028639°N 72.8364889°E / 19.1028639; 72.8364889
Affiliations University of Mumbai
Website nmcollege.in/

Narsee Monjee College of Commerce and Economics (popularly known as NM College) is a college for commercial studies and economics affiliated to the University of Mumbai. It is situated in JVPD scheme, Vile Parle West and was established in 1964 by Shri Vile Parle Kelavani Mandal (SVKM), a charitable trust that runs a number of academic institutions. It was accredited 'B++' grade by NAAC in 2004. The college is known for its difficulty level of examinations, stringent rules for discipline and unfavourable system followed for attendance. It enjoys top positions of commerce colleges in Mumbai as well as in India

Curriculum[edit]

These two-year vocational courses can be started after the Secondary School Certificate (S.S.C.) examinations. At the end the student appears for the Higher Secondary Certificate examinations, but with different subjects than the normal ones. After that there is the opportunity to join the first year of the B.Com.

The college has recently diversified into various extra curricular activities. Its students are actively involved in the various College Festivals of other Mumbai Colleges, such as St.Xavier's "Malhar", Sydenham's "Brouhaha" and IIT-B's "Mood Indigo". And it has its own festival Umang. The college is also associated with Rotary International & worldwide social youth organisation : Rotaract. It has chartered its own, Rotaract Club of N.M. College engaged in various social & self-development activities.

Festivals[edit]

College has around 20 societies and clubs where students can join in according to their interests.

Umang and Drishti are the two festivals held annually by the college. Umang is NM College's cultural festival while the later one is its management festival. Students work enthusiastically to make the festivals a success. The main attractions of Umang are dance, drama, fashion show and of Drishti are pronite, various management events.

Notable alumni[edit]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d Kulkarni, Ronjita (7 November 2002). "Character artiste Deepak Tijori turns filmmaker". Rediff.com. Retrieved 21 November 2014. 

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