Welfare Schemes:

The College has numerous welfare schemes for the benefit of various stakeholders.
FOR THE STUDENTS:
Some of the welfare schemes that are provided for the students are:

  • The unique Annapurna Scheme provides nutritious and free breakfast to a substantial number of needy students each semester. This scheme aims to provide nutritious and filling breakfast through the college canteen to needy students each year, who attend college early in the morning, often without any provisions for tiffin, and also have to take up part-time employment after college hours to support their family. The Scheme was a brainchild of Late Shri GiteshbhaiMajlani, whose generosity and concern for the student community has been reciprocated by the other kind-hearted Management donors who have made this scheme possible. The scheme commenced in the year 2009-2010 with 30 students. It increased to 60 students in 2010-2011, and to 80 students in the next years. The SanskarSarjan Education Society aims to increase the number of beneficiaries of this scheme to reach out to the maximum number of needy students.
  • As per the University guidelines, the college has introduced a Group Accident Insurance Scheme in which @ Rs. 20/- per student per year is paid as installment. Thus all the students are covered under the Group Insurance Scheme which provides insurance cover of Rs. 50,000/- per student per year.
  • The college provides a range of concessions and merit scholarshipsfor the financial assistance of needy and deserving students.Concession in fees are offered to deserving students.
  • The Library offers Book Bank and Freeship schemes for needy and deserving students each year.
  • The college provides flexibility in payment schedule of fees to needy students.
  • Travelling and daily allowancesare provided to all students participating in intercollegiate sports.
  • The IQAC has instituted a scholarship for a second year student on merit cum need basis.

FOR THE STAFF:
Some of the welfare schemes that are provided for the staff are:

  • The staff are given generous financial assistance (both repayable and non-repayable) as and when required from the D.T.S.S Staff Welfare Fund for health-related and domestic emergencies. Under the Staff Welfare Scheme, the administrative staff members are granted Rs. 5000 p.a. by the management, from the year 2010-2011. The list of beneficiaries is:
  • Mr. PradipPotdar
  • Mr. Nitin Kotmire
  • Mr. Vilas Pednekar
  • Mrs. PranishaMalgaonkar
  • Mr. Jayanti Patel
  • Mrs. Sanjana Salvi
  • Mr. NiranjanBhos
  • Mr. ShrikantVedak
  • Mr. Chandrakant Chavan
  • Mr. Suresh Mahadik
  • Mr. Arjun Gundaye
  • Mr. Prakash Mandavkar
  • Mr. JanardhanPatil
  • Mr. Girish Paithankar
  • Mrs. RadhabaiNishad
  • Mr. PramodVesvikar
  • Mr. Maruti Raul (w.e.f 2014-2015).
  • Under the Staff Welfare Scheme, the management had sanctioned a non-refundable grant of Rs. 12,000 to Mr. Jayanti Patel in 2010, on account of the losses suffered by him owing to electrical short circuit at his place of residence.
  • Under the Staff Welfare Scheme, the management had sanctioned a refundable grant of Rs. 100,000 to Mr. KhatibNoaman on 14.2.2013, on account of expenses incurred in his cardiac operation. The amount forwarded has been subsequently refunded.
  • Under the Staff Welfare Scheme, the management had sanctioned a refundable grant of Rs. 100,000 to Mr. PradipPotdar on 12.9.2014, as financial assistance to meet medical expenses for his mother’s illness. The amount was refunded through monthly installments.
  • Under the Staff Welfare Scheme, the management had sanctioned a non-refundable grant of Rs. 5,000 to Mr. SudarshanPawar on 13.6.2013, as financial assistance to meet medical expenses.
  • Under the Staff Welfare Scheme, the management had sanctioned a refundable grant of Rs. 100,000 to Mr. Vilas Pednekar on 20.3.2015, as financial assistance to meet medical expenses for his brother’s illness. The amount was refunded through monthly installments.
  • Under the Staff Welfare Scheme, the management had sanctioned a refundable grant of Rs. 150,000 to Mr. Chandrakant Borle on 22.8.2015, as financial assistance to meet medical expenses for his wife’s hospitalization and delivery. The amount is being refunded through monthly installments.
  • The children of the staff who are studying in the College are granted waiver of fees.
  • Once in two years, Traveling Allowance is given to the Staff members for their visit to native-place.  This expense is borne by the College.
  • The administrative staff are encouraged to visit places of historical interest. Each year, special leave is granted and the requisite amount is sanctioned from the Staff Welfare Fund for this purpose.
  • The management has instituted Best Teacher Award and Best Employee Award of Rs. 10,000 each, which are awarded every year for the benefit of the staff.
  • The College bears the seminar participation fees for the staff members who attend seminars and workshops as recommended by the College.
  • For the welfare of the staff every year medical camps, eye checkup camps, camps for the health care are arranged.
 
 
 
     
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