DEPARTMENT OF ACCOUNTANCY

Name of Department
  • Commerce
Year of Establishment
  • 2000
B.Com., B. Com. [Banking and Insurance], B. Com. [Accounting and Finance], B. Com. [ Financial Markets]
M.Com. (Account & Finance), M.Com (Banking & Insurance) M.Com( E-commerce)
Credit system
Credit Based Semester and Grading system
Sanctioned Filled
Professors -- --
Associate Professors -- --
Asst. Professors 73 73
SR.NO NAME QUALIFICATION DESIGNATION SPECILIZATION NO. OF YEARS OF EXPERIENCE NO OF PH.D GUIDED FOR THE LAST 4 YEARS
1 PROF. PRAJAKTA PARANJAPE M.A.[EngLit.],M.Com, M.Phil, Ph. D. (Pursuing) VICE PRINCIPAL COMMERCE 14 -
2 PROF. RAKHEE OZA M. Com, M. Phil. HOD Commerce COMMERCE 15 -
3 PROF. NILIMA BHAGWAT M.A. [Eco], M. Phil, NET , Ph. D. (Pursuing) HOD Economics Economics 18 -
4 PROF. SURAJ WADHWA CA , Ph. D. (Pursuing) HOD Accountancy FINANCE, COSTING & AUDITING 16 -
5 PROF. AUDRIN COLACO M.Com, B.Ed., M.A. Ed. , M. Phil. Coordinator BAF COMMERCE/ ACCOUNT 9 -
6 PROF. VASANTI SHENOY M.Com.,M.Phil.,LLB, M.A. (Eco) Coordinator BFM MGNT. Subjects 16 -
7 PROF. ROSHANI NAGAR M.Com, MBA (FIN) Coordinator BBI BANKING & INSURANCE 8 -
8 PROF. NEETA RATH M.A.(Geog) M. Phil, MBA, PGDBM ASST. PROF GEOGRAPHY & MARKETING 14 -
9 PROF. ARCHANA JOSHI M. A. ( ENG. LIT.), M. A. (M&J), M. Phil, PGDM&S ASST. PROF ENGLISH 11 -
10 PROF. PRAKTANA KORE M. Com (BUS.&MGMT.), M.Com (BANKING& FIN.), M. Phil ASST. PROF BUSINESS MGMT.,BANKING 11 -
11 PROF. PADMAJA JOSHI M.A. [English Lit.] , B.Ed. ASST. PROF ENGLISH 10 -
12 PROF. VEENA SIHANA M.Com, M. A. (Eco), B.Ed. M. Phil ASST. PROF COMM./ ECONOMICS 09 -
13 PROF. MABEL LOBO CA, M.Com, GDC&A ASST. PROF FIN. & TAXATION 07 -
14 PROF. ANITA RODRIGUES M.Com, M.A. (Eco), B.Ed. ASST. PROF COMM./ ECONOMICS 09 -
15 PROF. NILESHWARI GHUMRE M.Com , MBA ASST. PROF ACCOUNTS, MGMT. 8 -
16 PROF. AMOL VAZE M.Com, MMS (FIN), Ph. D. (Pursuing) ASST. PROF FINANCE 7 -
17 PROF. VISHAL SAWANT M.Com, PGDFM, DBM ASST. PROF ACCOUNTS 6 -
18 PROF. FIROZ KHAN M.Com ASST. PROF FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING 4 -
19 PROF. KALPANA JAIN M.Com ASST. PROF ACCOUNTS 5 -
20 PROF. NILAMBARI SHIDHAYE M.Com , MBA(HRM) ASST. PROF MANAGEMENT 4 -
21 PROF. PALLAVI NAIK M.A. ( Eco) ASST. PROF ECONOMICS 4 -
22 PROF. SNEHAL SHIRKE M. Sc, B.Ed., PET ASST. PROF ENVT. SCI. 4 -
23 PROF. VERONIKA BARLA M.Com, M.A.Ed. ASST. PROF ACCOUNTANCY 4 -
24 PROF. MEGHAN NAIK M.Com, B.Ed. ASST. PROF ACCOUNTS 4 -
25 PROF. SONAL RAUT M.Com, NET ASST. PROF ACCOUNTS 4 -
26 PROF. SMITA JADHAV M. Sc, B .Ed. ASST. PROF OCEANOGRAPHY (ZOOLOGY) 4 -
26 PROF. SMITA JADHAV M. Sc, B .Ed. ASST. PROF OCEANOGRAPHY (ZOOLOGY) 4 -
26 PROF. SMITA JADHAV M. Sc, B .Ed. ASST. PROF OCEANOGRAPHY (ZOOLOGY) 4 -
27 PROF. SHARMILA PATIL LLB, LLM ASST. PROF ENVIRONMENTAL LAWS 3 -
28 PROF. RASHMI GURUNANI M.Com, NCFM ASST. PROF MGMT 4 -
29 PROF. NAZIA SHAIKH M.Com ASST. PROF ACCOUNTS 5 -
30 PROF. PAYAL CHOLERA B. Com., LLM ASST. PROF CONSTITUTIONAL LAW 5 -
31 PROF.MEGHANA CHAFEKAR MGMT. ASST. PROF ACCOUNTS 4 -
32 PROF.VARDA KATLE M.Com , MBA ASST. PROF BANKING & INSURANCE 3 -
33 PROF.DEEPA DALVI MBA , M. Com. ASST. PROF SALES MARKETING 3 -
34 PROF.KAVITA PURANDARE MBA ASST. PROF BANKING & INSURANCE 3 -
35 PROF.BABLI JHA M.Com , NET ASST. PROF ACCOUNTS 3 -
36 PROF. VISHAKA SAMPAT M.Com , MBA ASST. PROF BANKING 3 -
37 PROF. MALA KHANCHANDANI M.A. [History], B.Ed. ASST. PROF ANICENT INDIAN CULTURE 3 -
38 PROF. ARCHANA PATIL M. Com, SET ASST. PROF ACC. FIN 3 -
39 PROF. JUITA PATIL ICWA ASST. PROF FIN. & COST. 3 -
40 PROF. BRISHTI BISWAS M.A. (Eco) ASST. PROF ECONOMICS 3 -
41 PROF. VISHWANATH PAWAR M.Com, MBA ASST. PROF FINANCE 3 -
42 PROF. MADHURA SURVE M.Com, B.Ed. ASST. PROF COMMERCE 3 -
43 PROF. BHAKTI PURANDARE M.Com ASST. PROF ACCOUNT 2 -
44 PROF. KALPITA CHAUDHARI MBA ASST. PROF MARKETING 2 -
45 PROF.KAUSHIK SAVE M.Com, B.Ed., SET ASST. PROF FINANCE 2 -
46 PROF. SUNITHA NAIR M.Com, B.Ed. ASST. PROF MGMT 2 -
47 PROF. POONAM BAKSHI M.Com, B. Ed, M. Phil ASST. PROF FINANCE 3 -
48 PROF. AMBUJAM KURUP M.Com, B.Ed. ASST. PROF COMMERCE 4 -
49 PROF. GAURI PIMPLE M.Com, NET ASST. PROF ACCOUNTS 4 -
50 PROF. SWEEDAL ALMEDIA MMS ASST. PROF HUMAN RESOURCES 2 -
51 PROF.AKRUTI BOSE M.A., B.Ed. ASST. PROF ECONOMICS 2 -
52 PROF.PRIYANKA SINGH M.Com ASST. PROF MGMT. 2 -
53 PROF. DHANUSHA DESAI M.A. [English Lit.], M. Phil, Ph. D, ASST. PROF ENGLISH 5 -
54 PROF. MADHU SHARMA M. Sc., M. Phil, Ph.D.[Pursuing] ASST. PROF MATHS & STAT 2 -
55 PROF.VAIKHARI PATIL MMS ASST. PROF MARKETING 3 -
56 PROF.SEEMA SIHANA M. Com., B.Ed. ASST. PROF COMMERCE 2 -
57 PROF. GAURI KHADAPKAR M.Com ASST. PROF COMMERCE 5 -
58 PROF. NEELAM RATHOD M. Sc (IT) ASST. PROF INFORMATION TECH. 2 -
59 PROF.SANDRA LOPES M. Com , M. Phil, NET ASST. PROF ENTREPRENEARSHIP & ACCOUNT 3 -
60 PROF. RAKESH NAMBIAR M.A. [English Lit.], NET ASST. PROF ENG. LITERATURE 3 -
61 PROF. MEZBIN LALANI M.Com, CS, NET, SET ASST. PROF FINANCE 1 -
62 PROF.MONALI MOHILE CA ASST. PROF FIN. & TAXATION 1 -
63 PROF.SHWETA CHAUDHARI LLB, LLM ASST. PROF LAW 1 -
64 PROF.ANKITA RAUT M.Com ASST. PROF ACCOUNT & COST 1 -
65 PROF.PRIYANKA DEBNATH M.Com ASST. PROF BUSINESS MGMT. 1 -
66 PROF. SHIKSHA SINGH M.Sc. , B. Ed ASST. PROF MATHEMATICS 1 -
67 PROF. TEJASWINI NAIK M.Com, NET, SET, B.Ed. ASST. PROF ACCOUNT 1 -
68 PROF. REENA BEHERA M.A. ( Eco) ASST. PROF ECONOMICS 1 -
69 PROF. RASHMI SWANT M.A., NET ASST. PROF PSYCHOLOGY 1 -
70 PROF.SHRADHA PRABHU CA ASST. PROF FIN. & TAXATION 1 -
71 PROF. ANIODDIN AGA M.A.[English Lit.], Ph. D, LLM,PGDCL ASST. PROF ENGLISH & LAW 1 -
72 PROF. MANISH PITHADIA M. Sc (MATHS) ASST. PROF MATHS AND STATS 7
73 PROF.PRINCY TINISH MMS ASST. PROF STATISTICS 1 -
1. Prof. Romeo Silvester Mascarenhas, Asst.Professor, Commerce & Management, Sau. Sitabai Ramkrushna Karnadikar senior college of commerce, Dahanu.
2. Dr. Anupama Gawade Head of Dept. Accountancy, S. N. College of Commerce, Bhyander.
3. Dr. M. Satysri Head of Dept. Economics, S. N. College of Commerce, Bhayandar.
4. Dr. Surekha Mishra Head of Dept. Commerce, S. N. College of Commerce, Bhayandar.
Qualifications No. of Staff
Ph.D. 02
M.Phil 14
P.G. 57
*a) Publication per faculty
Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (National/ international) by faculty and students
SR. NO NAME SUBMISSION OF RESEARCH IN JOURNAL
1 PRAJAKTA PARANJAPE 1. Recent Trends in Banking sector & its impact on Indian Economy ISBN 978-93-83072-72-19-4
2. Empowering leanness through higher education ISSN -2277-9310
3. An Overview of Legal Outsourcing ISBN : 978-81-923044-2-7
2 RAKHEE OZA 1. Review of E- Banking (Vasai-Virar Regions) ISSN 2277-9310
2.Recent Trends in Insurance and its impact on Indian Economy ISBN 978-93-83072-19-4
3.Knowledge Process Outsourcing ISBN : 978-81-923044-2-7
3 NILIMA BHAGWAT 1. Paradigm shift in Banking & insurance ISBN -978-93-83072-72-19-4
2. Recent Trends in Banking sector and its impact onIndian Economy ISBN 978-93-83072-72-19-4
3. Empowering learness through higher education ISSN -2277-9310
4. An overview of legal Outsourcing ISBN : 978-81-923044-2-7
5. An overview of recent reforms in Banking industry in India ISBN : 978-93-83072-42-6
4 SURAJ WADHWA 1. Review of E- Banking (Vasai-Virar Regions) ISSN 2277-9310
2. Recent Trends in Insurance and its impact on Indian Economy ISBN 978-93-83072-19-4
3. Knowledge Process Outsourcing ISBN : 978-81-923044-2-7
5 VASANTI SHENOY Women Entrepreneurship : Growth problems and Successful women entrepreneurs ISBN 978 – 93 -83072 – 44 – 6
6 RAKESH NAMBAIR 1. Is research and development just a mirage in India.’ Or is there hope to soar(ISBN 978-93-82429-98-2),
2. Thematic Implications and Metaphorical expression of Marginality in Mamdeo Dhasal’s ‘Poet of the Underworld in Aavartan (ISSN 2320-3544) spring 2013.
3. Re- Negotiating Orientalism through the prism of Edward said vs. Ajaz Ahmed debate on Marx, Europe And India (east), in Aavartan ( ISSN 2320-3544) Winter 2013
4. “Personal and Political Fantasia in the poetry of Kamala Das and Imtiaz Dharker”. Female Fantasia in Indian English Poetry (Ed.) Beena V. Rathi, Pooja Upadhyay. Vital Publication 2015 (ISBN 978-93-81169-48-3)
7 DHANUSHA DESAI 1. Cultural Quagmire & Identity crisis in the novels of Bapsi sidhwa, published in one-line international journal: Higher education & Research Issue 1. Vol.1 October,2013
2. Redefining individuality in the Autobiographic of IndiaGoswami & Binodini Dasi. Literature. ISSN 22316248 Volu.2. July 2012
3. Journey into the self: Binodini Dasi’s. My story & my Life as an Actress. ‘Research Horizon. ISSN 2223985X Vol.2. July 2012
8 NILESHWARI GHMARE 1. Knowledge management and Talent Management (ISSN: 2277-5676 VOL 5 Issue September 2014)
9 NAZIA SHAIKH 1. Knowledge management and Talent Management (ISSN: 2277-5676 VOL 5 Issue September 2014)
10 PAYAL CHOLERA 1. Need for labour law reforms in India (ISSN: 2277-5676 VOL 5 Issue September 2014)
11 MABEL LOBO 1. Analyse the impact of BASEL III norms on the Financial Statement of the Indian (ISBN 978 – 93 -83072 – 44 – 6)
*Number of publication listed in International Database ( For Eg: Web of International Social Sciences Directory, EBSCO host, etc.)
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*Monographs
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*Chapter in Books
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*Books Edited
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*Books with ISBN/ ISSN numbers with details of publishers
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*Citation Index
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*SNIP
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*SJR
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*Impact factor
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*h- index
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SR.NO PROGRAMME 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13 2011-12
1 TYBCOM [B & I] 100 % 100 % 100 % 100 %
2 TYBCOM [ FM ] 100 % 100 % 100 % 100 %
3 M. COM I 100 % 100 % 100 % ----
4 M.COM II 100 % 100 % 100 % ----

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Students :
Swapnil Shirsat- National Republic Day (NRD) Parade return from Delhi Rajpath and also selected as SILVER BOY of Mumbai University.
Mr. Ranjit Khanvilkar- He is State Republic Day (SRD) Return and was also selected as a Parade Commander (26th Jan. 2012).
Mr. Sagar Gavthe- He was selected for Pre-State Republic Day parade camp which will be held at Nagpur.
Mr. Sushant Galvankar- He was awarded as Best Cadet in Parade in Leadership Training Program which was held in Kosbad Hill organized by University of Mumbai.
Mr. Prashant Thorat- He was selected in National Integration Camp which was held in Itnagar, Arunachal Pradesh.
Pravin Khambal of S.Y.B.Com achieved 1st rank in all India Inter University cross country race participant 2012-13.
Devendra Lokhande of T.Y.B.Com got 1st rank in inter college Athletic meet in 100m, 200m running in 2012-13.
Sachin Parmar of S.Y.B.Com achieved inter college carom tournament in Jan 2013.
Tatkare Roshan has achieved various laurels for his physique some of them are as follows
     - First place for best physique (upto 60 kgs) in 2013-14,2012-13
     - Representated Mumbai University At All India Inter University best physique tournament held at Chennai, (2013-14), and at Udaipur (2012-13)

Achievements in Cultural Activity 2013 - 14

Rank Name of student Class
3rd 1.Rashmi Pande F.Y.BCom University of Mumbai(FOLK DANCE)
2.Priyanka Mahtre F.Y.BCom
3.Chitali Bhuwad S.Y.BCom
4.Shaweta Chavan F.Y.BAF
5.monalisa Kadam F.Y.BCom
1st 1.Kavita Pawaskar T.Y.BAF University of Mumbai(MONO ACTING)
Consultation 1.Manish Kuman S.Y.BCom University of Mumbai(Western Solo)

Achievements in Cultural Activity 2014 – 15

Rank Name of student Class
3rd 1.Priyanka Mahtre S.Y.B.Com University of Mumbai(FOLK DANCE)
2.Chitali Bhuwad T.Y.B.Com
3.Abhishekh Humane T.Y.B.Com
4.Vishal Somarde T.Y.B.Com
2nd 1.Ashish Mestry T.Y.B.Com University of Mumbai(ONE ACT PLAY ‘A’)
2.Akshata Gade F.Y.BFM
2nd 1.Abhishekh Humane T.Y.B.Com University of Mumbai(MIME)
2.Vishal Somarde T.Y.B.Com
3.Priyanka Mahtre S.Y.BCom
4.Harishankar Pal S.Y.BCom
Name of the course/ programme Applications received Selected Enrolled M/F Pass percentage
M F
-- -- -- -- -- --
Name of the course % of students from Same State % of students from other State % of students from abroad
B.Com 98 2 --
BAF 98 2 --
B. B. I. 99 1 --
B. F. M 96 4 --
Student progression Against % enrolled
2014-15 2013-14 2012-13 2011-12
UG to PG --- 40 % 25 % 25 %
PG to M. Phil. NA NA NA NA
PG to Ph.D. NA NA NA NA
Ph.D. to Post-Doctoral NA NA NA NA
Employed Campus selection 01% 01% 01% 01%
Other than campus recruitment 40% 40% 40% 40%
Entrepreneurship/ Self-Employment 20% 20% 20% 20%
Library- Available
Internet facilities for staff & student - Available
Class rooms with ICT facility - Available
Laboratories - Available
B. Com.
Year No. of Students
2011 – 12 565
2012 – 13 806
2013 – 14 714
B. Com. [Accounting and Finance]
Year No. of Students
2011 – 12 58
2012 – 13 84
2013 – 14 60
B. Com. [Banking and Insurance]
Year No. of Students
2011 – 12 03
2012 – 13 09
2013 – 14 14
B. Com. [ Financial Markets]
Year No. of Students
2011 – 12 Nil
2012 – 13 04
2013 – 14 04
M. Com.
Year No. of Students
2011 – 12 02
2012 – 13 12
2013 – 14 19
Enrichment Programme Name of Expert Class Subject
Special Lecture Suchita Karvir P. L. Shroff, Chichani T. Y. B. A. F.
M. Com
Cost Accountancy
Advance Cost Accountancy
Work Shop Fin Q Academy T. Y. B. A. F.
T. Y. B. B. I.
T. Y. B. F. M.
Finance
Seminar Harshad Janjarkiya Reheja College, Santacruz T. Y. B. A. F.
T. Y. B. B. I.
T. Y. B. F. M.
Cost Accountancy
Auditing
Portfolio Management
Chalk Talk
Guest Lectures
Subject Experts
Presentations
Study tours
Group Discussions
Remedial Lectures
The department always encourages students to actively participate in ISR activities conducted by college (NSS, NCC etc) such as Blood donation camps, Road safety drive, Tree plantation program etc.
Strengths:
With traditional B. Com Degree Courses, specialization in B. Com [Accounting and Finance] , B. Com [Financial Markets], B. Com [Banking and Insurance] is offered.
College offers maximum courses under the Commerce Department provided by University of Mumbai.
Biggest department of Commerce with highest strength of teachers and students.
Experienced, talented and young teaching faculty who are committed and dedicated towards their work.
In self finance courses (Specialized B. Com courses) healthy student teacher ratio is maintained.

Weakness:
Irregular attendance due to job demands
Regional medium students have to attempt examination in English medium, hence find it difficult specially at university level.
Self supporting nature of the college forfeits all government and related agency support, financially and in other ways.
Most of the part of the syllabus is lacking in industry oriental
Infrastructural constrains in view of the ever- increasing student strength.

Opportunity:
Increase in PG courses.
Undertaking research activity as all are young and dynamic.
Increasing industry linkages.
Students can be encouraged for higher studies.

Challenges:
Constraints of unaided institution with reference to staff development and research.
Controlling student- teacher ratio.
Strengthening technology updated methods of teaching.

Future plan:
To start PG course in Management.
Arranging National or State level conference /seminars in post accreditation period.
To setup Commerce Laboratory.
Introducing Wifi, e-Library for faculty and students.