Name of the Department: Commerce

                                                             Year of Establishment: 1985

                                                   Names of Programmes / Courses offered:

                                (UG, PG, M.Phil., Ph.D., Integrated Masters; Integrated Ph.D., etc.)

UG PG Other
B.Com. M.Com. Additional 8 + 10 credit courses for UG and PG students.

●                    Human Rights and Value Education

●                    Internet Cyber Security

●                    Skill Development: Communication skills

●                    Employability Skill Enhancement Programme

●                    Computerized Accounting

●                    Field Visit / Industrial Visit

●                    Societal Survey

3.1 Programs Structure:

Under Graduate Programs Post Graduate Programs
Program Years Semester Program Years Semester
B.Com. 3 6 M.Com. 2 4
  1. 4. Names of Interdisciplinary courses and the departments/units involved: Nil
  2. 5. Annual/ semester/choice-based credit system (programme wise)
Annual Semester Credit system
F.Y. B. Com., S.Y. B. Com., T.Y. B. Com., M. Com. F.Y. B. Com., S.Y. B. Com., T.Y. B. Com., M. Com.
  1. 6. Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments:

Marathi, Hindi, English, Economics and Business Mathematics and Statistics

  1. 7. Courses in collaboration with other universities, industries, foreign institutions: Nil
  2. 8. Details of courses/programmes discontinued (if any) with reasons: Nil
  3. 9. Number of teaching posts:
Post Sanctioned Filled
Granted Non-Granted Granted Non-Granted
Full Time Full Time Full Time CHB Grant Full Time
Assistant Professors 03 02 02 02 01
  1. 10. Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, specialization:
Name Qualification Designation Specialization Experience

(In Years)

 Dr. Y. K. Chaudhari M.Com., SET, NET, Ph.D. Head


Assistant Prof.

Advanced Accounting and Taxation 09
 Mr. A. B. Jadhav M.Com., SET, NET Assistant Prof. Banking & Finance 05
 Mr. B. S. Gadakh M.Com., M.Phil., NET Assistant Prof. Business Administration 08
 Mrs. S. D. Sonawane M.Com., SET Assistant Prof. Advanced Costing 08
 Mrs. K. A. Hire M.Com., D.T.L., B.Ed., M.Ed. Assistant Prof. Auditing & Taxation 01
  1. 11. List of Contributory faculty:
Name Designation Area of Research/Expertise
 Dr. Y. P. Jadhav Assistant Prof. Economics
 Mr. K. S. Tidke Assistant Prof. Economics
 Dr. Smt. U. V. Sorte Assistant Prof. Marathi
 Dr. M.W. Waydande Assistant Prof. Hindi
 Dr. P. P. Parmar Assistant Prof. English
 Mrs. D. G. Kaklij Assistant Prof. Mathematics
 Dr. D. P. Saudagar Director of Physical Edu. Physical Education
  1. 12. Percentage of lectures delivered and practical classes handled by temporary faculty:
Programme Total workload of department Total workload of permanent faculty Lectures delivered by Temporary faculty Practical classes Handled by Temporary faculty
No. % No. %
B.Com. 72 20 52 72.22 40 62.5
M.Com. 32 00 32 100
  1. 13. Student -Teacher Ratio (programme wise): 2022-23
Level Class Number of teachers Student –Teacher Ratio
UG ●                    FY + SY + TY B.Com.

(80 + 88 + 96 = 264)

6 44:1
PG ●                    M.Com. (Business Administration)

(60+ 6 = 66)

0 66:0
Note:  PG Workload distributed with UG Faculties
  1. 14. Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff; sanctioned and filled: 
  • Centralized Support
  1. 15. Qualifications of teaching faculty with DSc/ D.Litt/ Ph.D/ MPhil / PG.
Qualifications of teaching faculty
Ph.D. M. Phil. PG with SLET/NET PG
01 01 03 00

Note: Some of the M.Phil./ Ph.D. degree holders have also cleared NET/SLET

  1. 16. Number of faculty with ongoing projects from a) National b) International funding agencies and grants received: Nil
  2. 17. Departmental projects funded by DST – FIST; UGC, DBT, ICSSR, etc. & total grants received: Nil
  3. 18. Research Centre /facility recognized by the University: Nil
  4. 19. Areas of consultancy and income generated: Nil
  1. Faculty as members in a) National Committees b) International Committees c) Editorial Boards: Nil
  2. 22. Student projects: Environmental Awareness (SYBCOM Class)

On-going Mini Research Projects (M. Com-II)

  1. a) Percentage of students who have done in-house projects including inter departmental/programme: 100% (UG and PG)
  2. b) Percentage of students placed for projects in organizations and outside the institution i.e.in Research laboratories/Industry/ other agencies: Nil
  3. 23. Awards / Recognitions received by faculty and students:
Felicitated for outstanding achievements in the field of Education  01 (Dr. Y. K. Chaudhari)
  • D. degree Awarded to eachfaculty member
  • Three faculty member are pursuing Ph.D.
  • Presentation and publication of Research Papers in National/International conferences by student and teachers
  • Students cracked Joint Entrance Test for M.B.A
  1. 24. List of eminent academicians and scientists/visitors to the department:
Sr. No. Name of eminent academicians/ scientists/guests Designation
1 Mr. Santosh Varade Director, Sakar Education Institute, Nashik
2 Santosh Shelar Mahendra Educational Pvt.
3 Suhas Amrutkar
4 Deepak Joshi CMA Institute Ozar (Mig) Chapter
5 Mayur Nikam
6 Sinuta Pathare Mahila Police Nashik (Rural)
7 Jija Chavan
8 Mr. D. R. Patade Ex. Vice Principal and Head, KTHM College, Nashik
9 Mr. A. T. Aher Ex. Head. ASC College, Ozar (Mig)
10 Smt. S. N. Purkar Ex. Head. ASC College, Ozar (Mig)
11 Smt. S. E. Bramhankar Head. KGDM College, Niphad
12 Mr. Harshal Chaudhari Chaudhari Exports, Sonewadi Road, Ozar (Mig)
  1. 25. Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized & the source of funding: (National level workshop): Nil
  2. 26. Student profile programme/course wise:
Name of the Course/programme Applications




Enrolled Pass percentage
*M *F
2021-22 289 289 94 195 88.34 %
2022-23 295 295 78 217 82.13 %
2023-24 255 255 90 165
2022-23 66 66
2023-24 43 43 21 22

*M = Male *F = Female

  1. 27. Diversity of Students:
Name of the


% of students from the same state % of students from other States % of students from abroad
UG 100%
 PG 100%

(66 SPPU University)

  1. 28. How many students have cleared national and state competitive examinations such as NET, SLET, GATE, Civil services, Defence services, etc.?
Examination NET SLET Other
Students 04
  1. 29. Student progression:
Student progression Against % enrolled
UG to PG 100%
  1. 30. Details of Infrastructural facilities:


a) Departmental Library: No. of Books: 346

No of Journals: 07

 b) Internet facilities for Staff & Students: 8 Nodes with Internet Facility
 c) Class rooms with ICT facility 01
  1. 31. Number of students receiving financial assistance from college, university, Government, or other agencies:
  • Scholarships received by students under different schemes by SPPU, Pune.


Year Title/Type of Programme Names of Resource Person(s)


National Level Webinar on The New Language of Publication Mr. P. B. Chobhe
National level Quiz Competition on Consumer Day Mr. S. P. Kamankar


Financial Literacy Workshop Shri. D. R. Patade
Social Survey on COVID -19 vaccination Campaign Mr. P. B. Chobhe
Industrial Visit at Sahyadri farm, Mohadi Nashik Mr. Vilas Shinde
Banking and Insurance workshop Mr. Deepak Joshi
Environmental Awareness Visit Mr. K. B. Mahale
Internship Programme Dr. K. P. Amrutkar (Statistician)
Banking Sector Career Opportunity Mr. Santosh Shelar and Suhas Amrutkar


Internship Programme Mr. Ganesh Barve & Smt. Pallavi Khandve
Free Seminar on Banking Exam Mr. Suresh Varade
Industrial Visit at Chaudhari Export Import Unit, Sonewadi Road, Ozar (Mig) Mr. B. S. Gadakh
Social Survey on Students Enrolment Ratio in Zilha Parishad Schools. Mr. P. B. Chobhe
Carrer Options in Accounting & Taxation CA. Mr. Rajendra Dangi
World Intellectual Property Day Mr. S. P. Kamankar
National Level IP Quiz Competition Mr. S. P. Kamankar


Free Seminar on Banking Exam Mr. Suresh Varade
Social Survey on Government, Semi Government & Private Institutes. Dr. Y. K. Chaudhari & Mr. B. S. Gadakh
Workshop on Research Methodology for PG Dr. Vasant Boraste
Internship Programme Mr. Rajendra Indrekar & Mr. S. P. Kamankar
  1. 33.Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning:
  • Chalk and Talk (Lecture Method)
  • ICT: Use of Power Point Presentations, Audio Lectures, Educational CD, Use of software
  • Guest Lectures by Experts
  • Problem solving method
  • Learning through experiments
  • Seminars
  • Classroom discussions
  • Assignments
  • Projects: Through projects students learn various techniques:
  • Framing questionnaire
  • Conducting surveys
  • Interaction with people
  • Understanding social issues
  • Handling and Interpreting data.
  1. 34. Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) and Extension activities:
  2. 35. SWOC Analysis & Future Roadmap of the Department of Commerce
  • Strengths
  • Qualified, experienced, and dedicated faculty.
  • Active participation in Research Activity.
  • Every year department organized A Special lectures series.
  • Impressive extension and outreach.
  • Career guidance addressed.
  • Weaknesses
  • Lack of rapport with industries with associates
  • Opportunities
  • To produce quality literature through Research
  • Post Graduate Diploma in Banking and Insurance.
  • Challenges
  • About 70% of students are from rural areas, and have no educational background.
  • Inculcating various skills became a challenge before the department.

Ø plans

  • To start the following short-term courses/Diplomas
  • Diploma in Business Communication and Development
  • Diploma in Digital Marketing