Established in 1959, was the first institution in Mumbai to offer Home Science at a degree level. It is also the first college of S.N.D.T. Women's University to be granted autonomous status from the year 1995-96 in the state of Maharashtra.
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Sexual Harassment Committee


PREVENTION OF SEXUAL HARRASSMENT CELL (2013-2014)

SR.

NO.

NAMES OF COMMITTEE MEMBERS

PHONE NUMBER

E.mail.ID

1. Dr. Jagmeet Madan., (Principal)Chairperson 9869239178 dr.jagmeetmadan@gmail.com
2. Mrs. Manjiri Bhalerao., (Vice Principal)Co-Chairperson 9702174607 Manjiri.svt@gmail.com
3. Mrs. Kirti Vaidya., Supervisor., Junior College 9619835649 kirtivaidya18@gmail.com
4. Mrs. Milan DesaiController of Examination 9833151586 milandesai@yahoo.co.in
5. Dr. Suja KoshyHead, Department of Human Development 9820498738 dr.sujakoshy@gmail.com
6. Mr. Ajay BhatiaOffice Superintendent 9869663988 ajaybhatia_62@yahoo.co.in
7.

Dr. Veena Poonacha

Expert., Women’s Studies and Convener of the Complaints Committee for Prevention of Sexual Harassment at work place., S.N.D.T. Women’s University., Mumbai 400 049.

92234177010222661075 rcws@sndt.ac.in
8. Dr. T. J. Mathews

Campus-In-Charge and

Member of the Complaints Committee for Prevention of Sexual Harassment at work place, S.N.D.T. Women’s University., Mumbai 400 049.

9867968096 mathewtj@hotmail.com
9.

Ms. Anusha Singhania President of Student Council

(Senior College)

9769889624 anushasinghania@gmail.com
10.

Ms. Afreen Shaikh President of Student Council

(Junior College)

9773208396 shaikhafreen99@yahoo.com

The College has developed curriculum and activities designed to bring changes in the students’ thoughts, ideas, attitudes, interests, emotions, personality and character. It believes in the value of empowerment to girl students to excel in their field of education. The curriculum offers the students choices of courses to select from core courses to general elective courses from other specializations to foster a holistic approach to development and deeper understanding on issues and challenges.

The College has adapted to the changes required globally for education and develop competencies in the students. The College strives to provide education to all girls from different cultural, religious and socio-economic backgrounds to regular and differently abled students.

Activities for students have been planned in the curriculum to develop the leadership quality in students. NSS activities have been conducted, special camps and training programs organized for students to inculcate values of team work, motivation and leadership.

The College has integrated technology enabled teaching learning process in the curriculum. With the advent of technology and its usage globally, the students are trained to use computer programs, software, information and communication based systems. This helps the students to learn, integrate and use technology to their advantage.

Community development programs, working with women from weaker economic section, and village adopted for training the people is integrated in the curriculum. Every specialization prepares students to promote good practices of their department to teach members of community on new skills, sustainable practices, equality, social justice, literacy skills for employability and development.