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  • About Student Induction Programme
  • Student Induction Programme Committees
  • Institute’s SIP Policies
  • Student’s Responsibilities
  • Student Induction Programme Schedule

Transition from school to university/college life is one of the most challenging events in a student’s life. When new students enter an institution, they come with diverse thoughts, backgrounds and preparations. They come into a new unfamiliar environment, and most of them have little knowledge of a university/college. An important task, therefore, is to welcome new students to Higher Education and prepare them for their new role .Student Induction is designed to help in the whole process.

The term induction is generally used to describe the whole process whereby the incumbents adjust to or acclimatize to their new roles and environment. In other words, it is a well planned event to educate the new entrants about the environment in a particular institution, and connect them with the people in it.

Student Induction Programme engages with the new students as soon as they come into the institution, before regular classes start. At the start of the induction, the incumbents learn about the institutional policies, processes, practices, culture and values, and their mentor groups are formed.

Students Induction could cover a number of different aspects (SAGE)

  • Socializing: Meeting other new students, senior students, students union, and lectures by Eminent People.
  • Associating: Visits to University / college, visits to Dept./Branch/ Programme of study and important places in campus, local area, city and so on.
  • Governing: Rules and regulations, student support etc.
  • Experiencing: Subject lectures, study skills, small-group activities, physical activity, creative and performing arts, literary activities, universal human values, etc.

SIP Committee
Arts Faculty
SIP Committee
Commerce Faculty
SIP Committee
Science Faculty
Dr. G. H. Jain - Principal Dr. G. H. Jain - Principal Dr. G. H. Jain - Principal
Dr. S. S. Patil - Chairman Dr. D. N. Shimpi - Chairman Prof. S. P. Khairnar - Chairman
Prof. Smt. V. R. Jadhav Prof. P. R. Sohani Prof. M. P.Zanje
Prof. A. A. Vakil Prof. A. A. Vakil Prof. S. S. Thakre
Dr. T. Y. Chandwadkar Prof. R. J. Ingole Dr. Sarika Shinde
Prof. S. S. Thakre Prof. S. S. Thakre Dr. Tushar Salve
Dr. C. K. Kudnar Prof. C. K. Kudnar Prof. Anil Gite
Prof. S. K. Pagar Prof. N. P. Jain Prof. Minakshi Todarwal
Prof. P. U. Vetal Prof. D. A. Dagade Prof. Swapnil Wagh
Prof. S. D. Koli Prof. K. R. Dere Prof. Mayur Patil
Prof. D. K. Kedare Prof. Rajesh Gangurde Prof. Safoora Ansari
Prof. Keda Bhadane Prof. Komal Khute Prof. Onkar Pardeshi
Prof. Samadhan Bodhare Prof. Punam Kale Mr. S. K. Burad
Prof. Pravin Bachkar Prof. Punam Thorat (& rest of the First Year Teachers)
Prof. Pallavi Kshirsagar Mr. S. K. Burad  
Mr. S. K. Burad (& rest of the First Year Teachers)  
(& rest of the First Year Teachers)    
Nitin P Jain - SIP- Coordinator

Duties and Responsibilities of SIP Committees

  1. Conducting SIP as per UGC guidelines.
  2. Preparing & publishing SIP activity schedule for students on college website and notice board.
  3. Registration of students for SIP day before starting of SIP.
  4. Preparation of Letter of allotment of Mentors & Mentees.
  5. Taking daily attendance of the students during SIP.
  6. On daily basis preparation of reports by every mentor for his group.
  7. Photographs of SIP.
  8. Taking Students Feedback report on SIP at end of the Programme.
  9. Preparing & maintaining record of Notice of the committee meetings.
  10. Preparing & maintaining record of Minutes of the committee meeting.
  11. Post SIP every mentor should have weekly meeting with his mentees and should keep its attendance record.
  12. Allotment of certificates of participation to students at the end of SIP.
  13. Submission of Brief Report of SIP to Coordinator after concluding the SIP.

  1. Informing Fresher about meaning, purpose and relevance of higher education in realising the purpose of life.
  2. Through SIP Building a bond with faculty and mentoring.
  3. Informing Fresher about Institutional rules and regulations, norms, academic and administrative structure and learning resources.
  4. Teaching Institutional culture ethos, etiquettes and manners and value system.
  5. Using available internal and external sources (curricular, co-curricular and extracurricular) for all-round and holistic development of fresher.
  6. Pursuing sports, cultural, creative counseling, and welfare activities during SIP.
  7. Focusing emerging career opportunities and challenges to the fresher.
  8. Introduction and importance of subjects/courses of study selected by the students.
  9. Awareness about the institutional mechanism that exists with regard to anti-ragging, prevention of sexual harassment, anti-intoxicants awareness etc.
  10. Putting in the picture Health/ hygiene/ yoga/ time management, etc.
  11. Encouraging use of e-learning resources, application of ICT and social media for making education employable.

All students have a responsibility to:

  1. Treat all members of the University / college community with respect.
  2. Represent the University / college as responsible ambassadors through their good conduct on and off campus.
  3. Ensure their actions have a positive impact on the University /College; the local and wider community.
  4. Assimilate with the University / colleges culture.
  5. Pursue the academic and professional studies in a diligent, honest and responsible manner.
  6. Engage with the University / college initiatives to promote well being of humankind.
  7. Comply with the University / College policies and procedures.
  8. Seek appropriate support and guidance by asking for help when it is needed.
  9. Be well informed about their responsibilities and rights as a student.
  10. Work collaboratively with the University / college for sharing of mutual experience.

Academic Year 2019-20

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