About Us

"Long roads to walk, destinations yet so far but when capability, conduct and competence form a beautiful blend, roads shorten and destinations become easier in themselves". This has been the history of our college since its birth in 1979.

The Trustees of Marwari Vidayalya, men of steel and vision, took over in 1984, the formidable task of transforming an old college (B.S.S.S.) into a college to reckon with and renamed it as the Marwari Vidyalaya Sanchalit'Smt. Kamaladevi Gauridutt Mittal College of Arts and Commerce1 in 1992.
From a modest strength of 700 students, the college, today, has expanded to accommodate around 3,500 students attending the classes in two shifts and has carved a niche for itself in the suburbs. Over the years, the management's thrust for quality and job oriented education has borne fruit. The college was awarded 'B+' grade by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (Bangalore) in 2004.
Mittal College is affiliated to the University of Mumbai in the faculty of Commerce and is also recognized by the Maharashtra State Government for conducting Junior College classes in the faculty of Commerce. The College has been accorded minority status by the statutory authorities and has been granted permanent affiliation with effect from 1999- 2000.
At Mittal College, we aspire to equip our young students with the finest skills and knowledge to enable them to welcome and vanquish all of life's challenges. With this in mind we have introduced the Bachelor of Management Studies (B.M.S.) course from the academic year 2001-02, BSc. I.T. from 2003-04 and Bachelor of Mass Media (B.M.M.) from 2004-05. We have also introduced M.M.S. course from the Academic Year 2007-08.
Information Technology is the need of the hour. With this in mind, our college has started computer courses for our students, right at the F.Y.J.C. level itself. Here we have the finest faculties, the best equipments and a variety of courses in the field of computers, which will guide our students to take on the world of opportunities that lies ahead. We have also started a new subject "Information Technology"at the junior college level from the academic year 2002-03. We have introduced Mathematics and Statistics in F.Y.J.C. class as an optional subject so that students opting mathematics at junior college level will have an option to choose B.Sc.lTat Degree level.



The College Library:

The Library is central and common to all the academic activities of the college. It provides a place in which to study, gather materials, do research and expand one's horizon of knowledge. The well-maintained College library is housed on the 1 st floor of the college. It is richly equipped with books, maps and a variety of periodicals. With a computerized database of the books in the library, the search and retrieval of books are much easier. The library is open from 9 a.m. to 5.30 p.m. Because of the great demand for textbooks, adequate number of these in each subject is provided. The reading-hall also remains open from 9 a.m. to 5.30 p.m. on all days. Students are allowed entry to the library with a valid Identity Card only. Non-transferable Library cards are issued to the students for issuance of library books! Textbooks, reference books, examination question papers,* periodicals, daily newspapers etc. are issued for reading in the reading hall of the library.


Multi-Media Room:

The College has a well equipped and well designed audio-visual room on the fifth floor of the college premises for the benefit of staff and students.


Counseling Cell:

Regular Counseling sessions are held for the students for better personal and social adjustment. Students are also made aware of various careers and specialized studies available in India and abroad. Orientation programmes for freshers are conducted to keep the students informed about their curriculum and examination patterns. Information on scholarships and financial assistance schemes is also given to the students.


Canteen:

The college canteen is situated on the ground floor. It provides snacks, tea, cold-drinks etc. at reasonable rates. No outsiders are entertained in the college canteen.


Gymkhana:

The College provides gymkhana facilities for indoor games like Table Tennis, Chess and Carrom. The college also provides facilities for outdoor games like Cricket and Football. Students should avail themselves of gymkhana facilities only during notified hours. Every student must maintain discipline in the gymkhana hall and habit of critical thinking and ability for accurate expression.


Network Resource Centre:

There are two computer labs in the college. The one, which is housed on the first floor of the college building has 30 computers which are being made use of by the students. On the fourth floor of the college building, we have a well developed Cyber Lab with 70 computers. Both these labs extend Internet facilities.


Placement Centre:

An organized effort to put the students in touch with reputed Employers and also to train them in writing of resumes and to acquaint them with the Selection Process of Corporate is the need of the hour. Some of our Teaching Staff have taken responsibility for this Centre and it has already received an enthusiastic response from Industry and students. Some of our students are placed in reputed companies like L&T, WIPRO, Infosys, TCS as well as reputed Airlines.


Grievance Redressal Mechanism:

The College would like to facilitate the redressal of grievances that students may have, both academic as well as personal. For academic grievances, the students should first approach the Head of the Department concerned, if the professor in question is not open to dialogue. The student may then approach the Vice Principal or the Principal. A reasonable attempt'at confidentiality will be maintained by the college authorities.


For personal matters or regarding facilities on .campus, students are encouraged to meet their professors or the Vice Principal. The Principal may also be approached if needed. Suggestions and feedbacks to improve the quality of life on campus are welcome. The Students' Council may also be used to channel such communication.


First Aid Centre:

Basic first aid is available with the receptionist of the college. The college administrative office personnel will facilitate the calling of a doctor in case of emergency.


Departmental Associations:

With a view to develop the character and personality of students, the college has established various associations like The Commerce Association, Planning Forum of Economics Department, Literary Associations such as The English Literary club, The Hindi Sahitya Parishad, The Marathi Wangmaya Mandal,The Cultural Associations etc. These associations organize Seminars, Workshops, Industrial Visits, Guest lectures by experts and various competitions to enhance the knowledge of students. These activities also help in confidence building and personality development of the students.




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