Co-curricular Activities

  • Placement:

    Today it’s a need of industries that demands excellent manpower, leaders, managers to compete and to win. It requires efficient handling of comlex, highly unpredictable situations. So naturally to handle all those activities it’s a responsibility of educational organizations to develop a generation of great manager, leaders and loyal citizens. Through an excellent mix of highly qualified faculty and unique teaching methodology, we ensure that our students are well prepared to step into this volatile corporate world and occupy position of stature. We ensure that our students are provided with ample opportunities to learn from the corporate world through our unique Mentorship Programme. Asian believes in industry exposure with inputs of academics that ensure students all round development. Summer Internships provide an opportunity for students to apply academic knowledge to real time business problems.

    Guest lectures, seminars, industry interaction give students a chance to experience a corporate feel. It increases students ability to learn latest management practices. Live projects workshops ensure optimal exposure to first hand knowledge of business processes.

    Asian believes in “Quality of job than the quantity ” students must get the best is simple rule of placement cell. Right job, Right place, Right standard is three layers of placement cell of Asian. What Asian puts into each students is reflected in the quality placement that students gets. Our placement has already cross international boundaries. Many National, International brands are being part of Asian Placement cell so to develop the student career we are always confident and competent.

  • Sports

Extra-curricular Activities

  • NSS:

    National Service Scheme (NSS) is under the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports, Government of India and NSS cell, Higher and technical education, Govt. of Maharashtra, and Savitribai Phule Pune University, Pune.

    Year of establishment of NSS unit in the College 2009
    NSS Program Officer Prof. Ghanasham Devare
    Number of NSS volunteers involved 100 volunteers
    Aim of the NSS ‘Development of the Personality of college Students through Community Service’
    Motto of NSS ‘NOT ME BUT YOU’
    Duration Two years Programme
    Program Special Camp 7 days,
    Regular Activities 120 Hrs.
  • NSS Committee:

    Name Position
    Dr. P.B.Buchade Principal
    Dr. P. D. Sonawane Adviser
    Dr. Avinash N Shelar Program Officer
    Prof. Hari Pawar Asst. Program Officer
    Dr. Gauri Abhyankar Asst. Program Officer
    Shri. Kisan Sable Officiating Registrar

Student Support

  • Earn & Learn:

    The main objective of the scheme is to develop a student as a multifaceted personality with academic excellence and a commitment to an egalitarian society. India lives in her villages and to bridge the gap between rural Bharat and urban India, this scheme is basically undertaken for the benefit of students coming from the rural areas, who are economically backward, intelligent and meritorious but cannot afford higher education, needy and financially hard pressed. It inculcates in the student the idea that no work is big or small and develops a work culture with the right aptitude. It is now been announced by our Vice Chancellor, Dr.Narendra Jadhav that the scheme should be flexible to give work to those who demand it. This is a vision of keeping our youth gainfully employed as well as to contribute from civil society. This is a paradigm shift in the way we see higher education. This will make higher education accessible and available to the poor, meritorious and the marginalized.

    The scheme is at present being undertaken at the post-graduate level on the university campus as well as at the graduate level in the affiliated colleges and recognised institutions under the jurisdiction of the University of Pune. Financial assistance to the extent of fifty percent of the expenditure incurred by the affiliated Colleges/ Institute is reimbursed to the concerned on submitting the necessary papers to the Director, Board of Students’ Welfare. Under this scheme those students who are interested in joining are to fill the necessary application form, which is then scrutinized by an appropriate committee. The list of students who have been finally enrolled in the scheme are to be sent to the Director, Board of Students’ Welfare on or before 15th September every year, subject to the condition that the College / Institution has been given permission to undertake the scheme.

    The students enrolled under the scheme are given the following types of work namely-That increase their skills in areas of their study, office work, technical work and field work. However when the distribution of work is given it is seen that all students get equal opportunity to get all different kinds of work and that each student gets eighty percent of technical work and twenty percent of fieldwork. Office work includes working at the Library or any other office of the institute.

  • Anti-Ragging

  • Anti-Sexual Harrassment

  • Special Guidance

  • Nirbhay Kanya:

    This is a scheme introduced by the University to develop the confidence and personality of a lady student who comes from the rural areas and are deprived sections of society. The marginalization and deprivation is double if you are a woman and from the backward or scheduled castes. The main objective of this scheme is to develop a critical mind, self-confidence and a commitment to society. The lady students are given training in health, law, and social activities. They are also given training in self-employment and all possible other activities that enhance her social confidence. This scheme is open to all regular lady students from all the affiliated colleges / institutes. Funds for organizing these activities are provided by the University.Out of the 6 lakhs students enrolled for different courses at the University there are over 1.5 lakh lady students out of which a majority of them come from rural based background. These student have to travel daily by bus or other means of transport to attend their respective college / institutes. It is very likely that these lady students during their travel may experience all sorts of atrocities in a challenging environment, which prevails today. In order to make them face the prevailing situation and develop self-confidence to face courageously these situations the scheme has been introduced.

    All colleges / institutes interested in organizing this activity are to apply to the Director, Board of Students welfare before 15th September every year and after the sanction is given the activity be started. Names of selected candidates should be submitted through proper channel. The concerned college / institutes have to organize seminars, camps / workshops to fulfill the objectives of the scheme. At the end of the year all necessary papers are to be submitted to the central audit scheme after which necessary payments are made. Financial assistance of Rs.15, 000/- is given for the same by the University.

    The main objectives of this scheme includes development of self confidence how to defend one self in any situation, training in self defense and finally make them fearless and be ready to face any unwanted situation. The scheme is open to all lady students in all colleges and institutes. The university makes available requisite funds for undertaking this activity.

    In the above scheme students from about 8 to 10 colleges / institutes that are proximately and geographically near each other are requested to form a group and out of these one college is selected by the Director, Board of Students’ Welfare who will be responsible to organize this one day activity. The selected college should send the proposal to the university office on or before 15th September every year. The colleges / institutes so selected to form a group should select a total of 10 lady students by inviting applications and then forward them to the organizing college who in turn will forward the combined list to the university. The organizing college should then send a detailed program in respect of the activity to the Director, Board of Students’ Welfare. After the activity has been organized the organizing college should send a detailed report of the same to the Director, Board of Students’ Welfare. All papers as are prescribed in the circular with regard to the activity along with all papers in connection with the financial expenditure should be made available at the time of the central audit after which the necessary payment will be made to the concerned college which organizes the activity. An amount of Rs. 15,000/- is made available to the organizing college.

  • Personality Development