Principal V. B. Rokade, Teaching Staff members and Supervisors – Most of these supervisors are our past students. They help us during semester end exams.
Helping hands from left to right Krutika Kanade,Sandesh,Vikrant, Gautam Gamare, Rahul Nitone, Laxman shelar, Jyoti Sakapal and Rohini.
Result will be available on the site tomorrow (19th March 2015) after 5 p.m.
First and Third semester additional examination starts today.
It will begin with FYBA and FYBCOM – from 17th to 25th March.
SYBA and SYBCOM examination will be held between 25th March and 6th April
Results will be declared on 20th April 2015.
Revaluation, Verification applications will be accepted till 27th April 2015.
All the best to all the students appearing for this examination.
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Following are the lists of students failed in internal assessment in the first and third semester exam held in October 2014. All these students should submit their projects on or before 17th March 2015.
- SYBA IPS
- SYBA PA
Gopal Krishna Gokhale, (born May 9, 1866, Ratnagiri district, India—died Feb. 19, 1915, Pune), social reformer who founded a sectarian organization to work for relief of the underprivileged of India. He led the moderate nationalists in the early years of the Indian independence movement.
In 1902 Gokhale resigned as professor of history and political economy at Fergusson College, Pune, to enter politics. As an influential and respected member of the Indian National Congress, the leading nationalist organization, Gokhale advocated moderate and constitutional methods of agitation and gradual reform. Three years later he was elected president of the Congress.
In addition to his political activities, Gokhale’s deep concern with social reform led him to found the Servants of India Society (1905), whose members took vows of poverty and lifelong service to the underprivileged. He opposed the ill-treatment of untouchables, or low-caste Hindus, and also took up the cause of impoverished Indians living in South Africa.
“Gopal Krishna Gokhale”. Encyclopædia Britannica. Encyclopædia Britannica Online.
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